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/* -*- Mode: C++; tab-width: 8; indent-tabs-mode: nil; c-basic-offset: 2 -*-
* vim: set ts=8 sts=2 et sw=2 tw=80:
* This Source Code Form is subject to the terms of the Mozilla Public
* License, v. 2.0. If a copy of the MPL was not distributed with this
* file, You can obtain one at */
#include "jit/WarpOracle.h"
#include "mozilla/ScopeExit.h"
#include <algorithm>
#include "jit/CacheIR.h"
#include "jit/CacheIRCompiler.h"
#include "jit/CacheIRReader.h"
#include "jit/CompileInfo.h"
#include "jit/InlineScriptTree.h"
#include "jit/JitRealm.h"
#include "jit/JitScript.h"
#include "jit/JitSpewer.h"
#include "jit/MIRGenerator.h"
#include "jit/TrialInlining.h"
#include "jit/TypeData.h"
#include "jit/WarpBuilder.h"
#include "vm/BuiltinObjectKind.h"
#include "vm/BytecodeIterator.h"
#include "vm/BytecodeLocation.h"
#include "jit/InlineScriptTree-inl.h"
#include "vm/BytecodeIterator-inl.h"
#include "vm/BytecodeLocation-inl.h"
#include "vm/EnvironmentObject-inl.h"
#include "vm/Interpreter-inl.h"
using namespace js;
using namespace js::jit;
using mozilla::Maybe;
// WarpScriptOracle creates a WarpScriptSnapshot for a single JSScript. Note
// that a single WarpOracle can use multiple WarpScriptOracles when scripts are
// inlined.
class MOZ_STACK_CLASS WarpScriptOracle {
JSContext* cx_;
WarpOracle* oracle_;
MIRGenerator& mirGen_;
TempAllocator& alloc_;
HandleScript script_;
const CompileInfo* info_;
ICScript* icScript_;
// Index of the next ICEntry for getICEntry. This assumes the script's
// bytecode is processed from first to last instruction.
uint32_t icEntryIndex_ = 0;
template <typename... Args>
mozilla::GenericErrorResult<AbortReason> abort(Args&&... args) {
return oracle_->abort(script_, args...);
WarpEnvironment createEnvironment();
AbortReasonOr<Ok> maybeInlineIC(WarpOpSnapshotList& snapshots,
BytecodeLocation loc);
AbortReasonOr<bool> maybeInlineCall(WarpOpSnapshotList& snapshots,
BytecodeLocation loc, ICCacheIRStub* stub,
ICFallbackStub* fallbackStub,
uint8_t* stubDataCopy);
AbortReasonOr<bool> maybeInlinePolymorphicTypes(WarpOpSnapshotList& snapshots,
BytecodeLocation loc,
ICCacheIRStub* firstStub,
ICFallbackStub* fallbackStub);
[[nodiscard]] bool replaceNurseryAndAllocSitePointers(
ICCacheIRStub* stub, const CacheIRStubInfo* stubInfo,
uint8_t* stubDataCopy);
WarpScriptOracle(JSContext* cx, WarpOracle* oracle, HandleScript script,
const CompileInfo* info, ICScript* icScript)
: cx_(cx),
icScript_(icScript) {}
AbortReasonOr<WarpScriptSnapshot*> createScriptSnapshot();
ICEntry& getICEntryAndFallback(BytecodeLocation loc,
ICFallbackStub** fallback);
WarpOracle::WarpOracle(JSContext* cx, MIRGenerator& mirGen,
HandleScript outerScript)
: cx_(cx),
outerScript_(outerScript) {}
mozilla::GenericErrorResult<AbortReason> WarpOracle::abort(HandleScript script,
AbortReason r) {
auto res = mirGen_.abort(r);
JitSpew(JitSpew_IonAbort, "aborted @ %s", script->filename());
return res;
mozilla::GenericErrorResult<AbortReason> WarpOracle::abort(HandleScript script,
AbortReason r,
const char* message,
...) {
va_list ap;
va_start(ap, message);
auto res = mirGen_.abortFmt(r, message, ap);
JitSpew(JitSpew_IonAbort, "aborted @ %s", script->filename());
return res;
void WarpOracle::addScriptSnapshot(WarpScriptSnapshot* scriptSnapshot) {
AbortReasonOr<WarpSnapshot*> WarpOracle::createSnapshot() {
const char* mode;
if (outerScript_->hasIonScript()) {
mode = "Recompiling";
} else {
mode = "Compiling";
"Warp %s script %s:%u:%u (%p) (warmup-counter=%" PRIu32 ",%s%s)",
mode, outerScript_->filename(), outerScript_->lineno(),
outerScript_->column(), static_cast<JSScript*>(outerScript_),
outerScript_->isGenerator() ? " isGenerator" : "",
outerScript_->isAsync() ? " isAsync" : "");
ICScript* icScript = outerScript_->jitScript()->icScript();
WarpScriptOracle scriptOracle(cx_, this, outerScript_, &mirGen_.outerInfo(),
WarpScriptSnapshot* scriptSnapshot;
MOZ_TRY_VAR(scriptSnapshot, scriptOracle.createScriptSnapshot());
// Insert the outermost scriptSnapshot at the front of the list.
bool recordFinalWarmUpCount = false;
recordFinalWarmUpCount = outerScript_->needsFinalWarmUpCount();
auto* snapshot = new (alloc_.fallible())
WarpSnapshot(cx_, alloc_, std::move(scriptSnapshots_), bailoutInfo_,
if (!snapshot) {
return abort(outerScript_, AbortReason::Alloc);
if (!snapshot->nurseryObjects().appendAll(nurseryObjects_)) {
return abort(outerScript_, AbortReason::Alloc);
if (JitSpewEnabled(JitSpew_WarpSnapshots)) {
Fprinter& out = JitSpewPrinter();
#ifdef DEBUG
// When transpiled CacheIR bails out, we do not want to recompile
// with the exact same data and get caught in an invalidation loop.
// To avoid this, we store a hash of the stub pointers and entry
// counts in this snapshot, save that hash in the JitScript if we
// have a TranspiledCacheIR bailout, and assert that the hash has
// changed when we recompile.
// Note: this assertion catches potential performance issues.
// Failing this assertion is not a correctness/security problem.
// We therefore ignore cases involving OOM, stack overflow, or
// stubs purged by GC.
HashNumber hash = icScript->hash();
if (outerScript_->jitScript()->hasFailedICHash()) {
HashNumber oldHash = outerScript_->jitScript()->getFailedICHash();
MOZ_ASSERT_IF(hash == oldHash, cx_->hadNondeterministicException());
return snapshot;
template <typename T, typename... Args>
[[nodiscard]] static bool AddOpSnapshot(TempAllocator& alloc,
WarpOpSnapshotList& snapshots,
uint32_t offset, Args&&... args) {
T* snapshot = new (alloc.fallible()) T(offset, std::forward<Args>(args)...);
if (!snapshot) {
return false;
return true;
[[nodiscard]] static bool AddWarpGetImport(TempAllocator& alloc,
WarpOpSnapshotList& snapshots,
uint32_t offset, JSScript* script,
PropertyName* name) {
ModuleEnvironmentObject* env = GetModuleEnvironmentForScript(script);
mozilla::Maybe<PropertyInfo> prop;
ModuleEnvironmentObject* targetEnv;
MOZ_ALWAYS_TRUE(env->lookupImport(NameToId(name), &targetEnv, &prop));
uint32_t numFixedSlots = targetEnv->numFixedSlots();
uint32_t slot = prop->slot();
// In the rare case where this import hasn't been initialized already (we have
// an import cycle where modules reference each other's imports), we need a
// check.
bool needsLexicalCheck =
return AddOpSnapshot<WarpGetImport>(alloc, snapshots, offset, targetEnv,
numFixedSlots, slot, needsLexicalCheck);
ICEntry& WarpScriptOracle::getICEntryAndFallback(BytecodeLocation loc,
ICFallbackStub** fallback) {
const uint32_t offset = loc.bytecodeToOffset(script_);
do {
*fallback = icScript_->fallbackStub(icEntryIndex_);
} while ((*fallback)->pcOffset() < offset);
MOZ_ASSERT((*fallback)->pcOffset() == offset);
return icScript_->icEntry(icEntryIndex_ - 1);
WarpEnvironment WarpScriptOracle::createEnvironment() {
// Don't do anything if the script doesn't use the environment chain.
// Always make an environment chain if the script needs an arguments object
// because ArgumentsObject construction requires the environment chain to be
// passed in.
if (!script_->jitScript()->usesEnvironmentChain() &&
!script_->needsArgsObj()) {
return WarpEnvironment(NoEnvironment());
if (script_->isModule()) {
ModuleObject* module = script_->module();
JSObject* obj = &module->initialEnvironment();
return WarpEnvironment(ConstantObjectEnvironment(obj));
JSFunction* fun = script_->function();
if (!fun) {
// For global scripts without a non-syntactic global scope, the environment
// chain is the global lexical environment.
JSObject* obj = &script_->global().lexicalEnvironment();
return WarpEnvironment(ConstantObjectEnvironment(obj));
JSObject* templateEnv = script_->jitScript()->templateEnvironment();
CallObject* callObjectTemplate = nullptr;
if (fun->needsCallObject()) {
callObjectTemplate = &templateEnv->as<CallObject>();
NamedLambdaObject* namedLambdaTemplate = nullptr;
if (fun->needsNamedLambdaEnvironment()) {
if (callObjectTemplate) {
templateEnv = templateEnv->enclosingEnvironment();
namedLambdaTemplate = &templateEnv->as<NamedLambdaObject>();
return WarpEnvironment(
FunctionEnvironment(callObjectTemplate, namedLambdaTemplate));
AbortReasonOr<WarpScriptSnapshot*> WarpScriptOracle::createScriptSnapshot() {
if (!script_->jitScript()->ensureHasCachedIonData(cx_, script_)) {
return abort(AbortReason::Error);
if (script_->failedBoundsCheck()) {
if (script_->failedLexicalCheck()) {
WarpEnvironment environment = createEnvironment();
// Unfortunately LinkedList<> asserts the list is empty in its destructor.
// Clear the list if we abort compilation.
WarpOpSnapshotList opSnapshots;
auto autoClearOpSnapshots =
mozilla::MakeScopeExit([&] { opSnapshots.clear(); });
ModuleObject* moduleObject = nullptr;
// Analyze the bytecode. Abort compilation for unsupported ops and create
// WarpOpSnapshots.
for (BytecodeLocation loc : AllBytecodesIterable(script_)) {
JSOp op = loc.getOp();
uint32_t offset = loc.bytecodeToOffset(script_);
switch (op) {
case JSOp::Arguments: {
bool mapped = script_->hasMappedArgsObj();
ArgumentsObject* templateObj =
if (!AddOpSnapshot<WarpArguments>(alloc_, opSnapshots, offset,
templateObj)) {
return abort(AbortReason::Alloc);
case JSOp::RegExp: {
bool hasShared = loc.getRegExp(script_)->hasShared();
if (!AddOpSnapshot<WarpRegExp>(alloc_, opSnapshots, offset,
hasShared)) {
return abort(AbortReason::Alloc);
case JSOp::FunctionThis:
if (!script_->strict() && script_->hasNonSyntacticScope()) {
// Abort because MBoxNonStrictThis doesn't support non-syntactic
// scopes (a deprecated SpiderMonkey mechanism). If this becomes an
// issue we could support it by refactoring GetFunctionThis to not
// take a frame pointer and then call that.
return abort(AbortReason::Disable,
"JSOp::FunctionThis with non-syntactic scope");
case JSOp::GlobalThis:
case JSOp::BuiltinObject: {
// If we already resolved this built-in we can bake it in.
auto kind = loc.getBuiltinObjectKind();
if (JSObject* proto = MaybeGetBuiltinObject(cx_->global(), kind)) {
if (!AddOpSnapshot<WarpBuiltinObject>(alloc_, opSnapshots, offset,
proto)) {
return abort(AbortReason::Alloc);
case JSOp::GetIntrinsic: {
// If we already cloned this intrinsic we can bake it in.
// NOTE: When the initializer runs in a content global, we also have to
// worry about nursery objects. These quickly tenure and stay that
// way so this is only a temporary problem.
PropertyName* name = loc.getPropertyName(script_);
Value val;
if (cx_->global()->maybeGetIntrinsicValue(name, &val, cx_) &&
JS::GCPolicy<Value>::isTenured(val)) {
if (!AddOpSnapshot<WarpGetIntrinsic>(alloc_, opSnapshots, offset,
val)) {
return abort(AbortReason::Alloc);
case JSOp::ImportMeta: {
if (!moduleObject) {
moduleObject = GetModuleObjectForScript(script_);
case JSOp::CallSiteObj: {
// Prepare the object so that WarpBuilder can just push it as constant.
if (!ProcessCallSiteObjOperation(cx_, script_, loc.toRawBytecode())) {
return abort(AbortReason::Error);
case JSOp::GetImport: {
PropertyName* name = loc.getPropertyName(script_);
if (!AddWarpGetImport(alloc_, opSnapshots, offset, script_, name)) {
return abort(AbortReason::Alloc);
case JSOp::Lambda: {
JSFunction* fun = loc.getFunction(script_);
if (IsAsmJSModule(fun)) {
return abort(AbortReason::Disable, "asm.js module function lambda");
case JSOp::GetElemSuper: {
#if defined(JS_CODEGEN_X86)
// x86 does not have enough registers.
return abort(AbortReason::Disable,
"GetElemSuper is not supported on x86");
MOZ_TRY(maybeInlineIC(opSnapshots, loc));
case JSOp::Rest: {
if (Shape* shape =
script_->global().maybeArrayShapeWithDefaultProto()) {
if (!AddOpSnapshot<WarpRest>(alloc_, opSnapshots, offset, shape)) {
return abort(AbortReason::Alloc);
case JSOp::BindGName: {
RootedGlobalObject global(cx_, &script_->global());
RootedPropertyName name(cx_, loc.getPropertyName(script_));
if (JSObject* env = MaybeOptimizeBindGlobalName(cx_, global, name)) {
if (!AddOpSnapshot<WarpBindGName>(alloc_, opSnapshots, offset, env)) {
return abort(AbortReason::Alloc);
} else {
MOZ_TRY(maybeInlineIC(opSnapshots, loc));
case JSOp::GetName:
case JSOp::GetGName:
case JSOp::GetProp:
case JSOp::GetElem:
case JSOp::SetProp:
case JSOp::StrictSetProp:
case JSOp::Call:
case JSOp::CallIgnoresRv:
case JSOp::CallIter:
case JSOp::New:
case JSOp::SuperCall:
case JSOp::SpreadCall:
case JSOp::SpreadNew:
case JSOp::SpreadSuperCall:
case JSOp::ToNumeric:
case JSOp::Pos:
case JSOp::Inc:
case JSOp::Dec:
case JSOp::Neg:
case JSOp::BitNot:
case JSOp::Iter:
case JSOp::Eq:
case JSOp::Ne:
case JSOp::Lt:
case JSOp::Le:
case JSOp::Gt:
case JSOp::Ge:
case JSOp::StrictEq:
case JSOp::StrictNe:
case JSOp::BindName:
case JSOp::Add:
case JSOp::Sub:
case JSOp::Mul:
case JSOp::Div:
case JSOp::Mod:
case JSOp::Pow:
case JSOp::BitAnd:
case JSOp::BitOr:
case JSOp::BitXor:
case JSOp::Lsh:
case JSOp::Rsh:
case JSOp::Ursh:
case JSOp::In:
case JSOp::HasOwn:
case JSOp::CheckPrivateField:
case JSOp::Instanceof:
case JSOp::GetPropSuper:
case JSOp::InitProp:
case JSOp::InitLockedProp:
case JSOp::InitHiddenProp:
case JSOp::InitElem:
case JSOp::InitHiddenElem:
case JSOp::InitLockedElem:
case JSOp::InitElemInc:
case JSOp::SetName:
case JSOp::StrictSetName:
case JSOp::SetGName:
case JSOp::StrictSetGName:
case JSOp::InitGLexical:
case JSOp::SetElem:
case JSOp::StrictSetElem:
case JSOp::ToPropertyKey:
case JSOp::OptimizeSpreadCall:
case JSOp::Typeof:
case JSOp::TypeofExpr:
case JSOp::NewObject:
case JSOp::NewInit:
case JSOp::NewArray:
case JSOp::JumpIfFalse:
case JSOp::JumpIfTrue:
case JSOp::And:
case JSOp::Or:
case JSOp::Not:
MOZ_TRY(maybeInlineIC(opSnapshots, loc));
case JSOp::Nop:
case JSOp::NopDestructuring:
case JSOp::TryDestructuring:
case JSOp::Lineno:
case JSOp::DebugLeaveLexicalEnv:
case JSOp::Undefined:
case JSOp::Void:
case JSOp::Null:
case JSOp::Hole:
case JSOp::Uninitialized:
case JSOp::IsConstructing:
case JSOp::False:
case JSOp::True:
case JSOp::Zero:
case JSOp::One:
case JSOp::Int8:
case JSOp::Uint16:
case JSOp::Uint24:
case JSOp::Int32:
case JSOp::Double:
case JSOp::BigInt:
case JSOp::String:
case JSOp::Symbol:
case JSOp::Pop:
case JSOp::PopN:
case JSOp::Dup:
case JSOp::Dup2:
case JSOp::DupAt:
case JSOp::Swap:
case JSOp::Pick:
case JSOp::Unpick:
case JSOp::GetLocal:
case JSOp::SetLocal:
case JSOp::InitLexical:
case JSOp::GetArg:
case JSOp::SetArg:
case JSOp::JumpTarget:
case JSOp::LoopHead:
case JSOp::Case:
case JSOp::Default:
case JSOp::Coalesce:
case JSOp::Goto:
case JSOp::DebugCheckSelfHosted:
case JSOp::DynamicImport:
case JSOp::ToString:
case JSOp::GlobalOrEvalDeclInstantiation:
case JSOp::BindVar:
case JSOp::MutateProto:
case JSOp::Callee:
case JSOp::ToAsyncIter:
case JSOp::ObjWithProto:
case JSOp::GetAliasedVar:
case JSOp::SetAliasedVar:
case JSOp::InitAliasedLexical:
case JSOp::EnvCallee:
case JSOp::MoreIter:
case JSOp::EndIter:
case JSOp::IsNoIter:
case JSOp::IsNullOrUndefined:
case JSOp::DelProp:
case JSOp::StrictDelProp:
case JSOp::DelElem:
case JSOp::StrictDelElem:
case JSOp::SetFunName:
case JSOp::PushLexicalEnv:
case JSOp::PopLexicalEnv:
case JSOp::FreshenLexicalEnv:
case JSOp::RecreateLexicalEnv:
case JSOp::PushVarEnv:
case JSOp::PushClassBodyEnv:
case JSOp::ImplicitThis:
case JSOp::CheckClassHeritage:
case JSOp::CheckThis:
case JSOp::CheckThisReinit:
case JSOp::Generator:
case JSOp::AfterYield:
case JSOp::FinalYieldRval:
case JSOp::AsyncResolve:
case JSOp::CheckResumeKind:
case JSOp::CanSkipAwait:
case JSOp::MaybeExtractAwaitValue:
case JSOp::AsyncAwait:
case JSOp::Await:
case JSOp::CheckReturn:
case JSOp::CheckLexical:
case JSOp::CheckAliasedLexical:
case JSOp::InitHomeObject:
case JSOp::SuperBase:
case JSOp::SuperFun:
case JSOp::InitElemArray:
case JSOp::InitPropGetter:
case JSOp::InitPropSetter:
case JSOp::InitHiddenPropGetter:
case JSOp::InitHiddenPropSetter:
case JSOp::InitElemGetter:
case JSOp::InitElemSetter:
case JSOp::InitHiddenElemGetter:
case JSOp::InitHiddenElemSetter:
case JSOp::NewTarget:
case JSOp::Object:
case JSOp::CheckIsObj:
case JSOp::CheckObjCoercible:
case JSOp::FunWithProto:
case JSOp::Debugger:
case JSOp::TableSwitch:
case JSOp::Exception:
case JSOp::Throw:
case JSOp::ThrowSetConst:
case JSOp::SetRval:
case JSOp::GetRval:
case JSOp::Return:
case JSOp::RetRval:
case JSOp::InitialYield:
case JSOp::Yield:
case JSOp::ResumeKind:
case JSOp::ThrowMsg:
case JSOp::Try:
case JSOp::Finally:
case JSOp::NewPrivateName:
// Supported by WarpBuilder. Nothing to do.
// Unsupported ops. Don't use a 'default' here, we want to trigger a
// compiler warning when adding a new JSOp.
#define DEF_CASE(OP) case JSOp::OP:
#undef DEF_CASE
#ifdef DEBUG
return abort(AbortReason::Disable, "Unsupported opcode: %s",
return abort(AbortReason::Disable, "Unsupported opcode: %u",
auto* scriptSnapshot = new (alloc_.fallible()) WarpScriptSnapshot(
script_, environment, std::move(opSnapshots), moduleObject);
if (!scriptSnapshot) {
return abort(AbortReason::Alloc);
return scriptSnapshot;
static void LineNumberAndColumn(HandleScript script, BytecodeLocation loc,
unsigned* line, unsigned* column) {
#ifdef DEBUG
*line = PCToLineNumber(script, loc.toRawBytecode(), column);
*line = script->lineno();
*column = script->column();
AbortReasonOr<Ok> WarpScriptOracle::maybeInlineIC(WarpOpSnapshotList& snapshots,
BytecodeLocation loc) {
// Do one of the following:
// * If the Baseline IC has a single ICStub we can inline, add a WarpCacheIR
// snapshot to transpile it to MIR.
// * If that single ICStub is a call IC with a known target, instead add a
// WarpInline snapshot to transpile the guards to MIR and inline the target.
// * If the Baseline IC is cold (never executed), add a WarpBailout snapshot
// so that we can collect information in Baseline.
// * Else, don't add a snapshot and rely on WarpBuilder adding an Ion IC.
// Don't create snapshots when testing ICs.
if (JitOptions.forceInlineCaches) {
return Ok();
ICFallbackStub* fallbackStub;
const ICEntry& entry = getICEntryAndFallback(loc, &fallbackStub);
ICStub* firstStub = entry.firstStub();
uint32_t offset = loc.bytecodeToOffset(script_);
// Clear the used-by-transpiler flag on the IC. It can still be set from a
// previous compilation because we don't clear the flag on every IC when
// invalidating.
if (firstStub == fallbackStub) {
[[maybe_unused]] unsigned line, column;
LineNumberAndColumn(script_, loc, &line, &column);
// No optimized stubs.
"fallback stub (entered-count: %" PRIu32
") for JSOp::%s @ %s:%u:%u",
fallbackStub->enteredCount(), CodeName(loc.getOp()),
script_->filename(), line, column);
// If the fallback stub was used but there's no optimized stub, use an IC.
if (fallbackStub->enteredCount() != 0) {
return Ok();
// Cold IC. Bailout to collect information.
if (!AddOpSnapshot<WarpBailout>(alloc_, snapshots, offset)) {
return abort(AbortReason::Alloc);
return Ok();
ICCacheIRStub* stub = firstStub->toCacheIRStub();
// Don't transpile if there are other stubs with entered-count > 0. Counters
// are reset when a new stub is attached so this means the stub that was added
// most recently didn't handle all cases.
// If this code is changed, ICScript::hash may also need changing.
bool firstStubHandlesAllCases = true;
for (ICStub* next = stub->next(); next; next = next->maybeNext()) {
if (next->enteredCount() != 0) {
firstStubHandlesAllCases = false;
if (!firstStubHandlesAllCases) {
// In some polymorphic cases, we can generate better code than the
// default fallback if we know the observed types of the operands
// and their relative frequency.
if (ICSupportsPolymorphicTypeData(loc.getOp()) &&
fallbackStub->enteredCount() == 0) {
bool inlinedPolymorphicTypes = false;
maybeInlinePolymorphicTypes(snapshots, loc, stub, fallbackStub));
if (inlinedPolymorphicTypes) {
return Ok();
[[maybe_unused]] unsigned line, column;
LineNumberAndColumn(script_, loc, &line, &column);
"multiple active stubs for JSOp::%s @ %s:%u:%u",
CodeName(loc.getOp()), script_->filename(), line, column);
return Ok();
const CacheIRStubInfo* stubInfo = stub->stubInfo();
const uint8_t* stubData = stub->stubDataStart();
// Only create a snapshot if all opcodes are supported by the transpiler.
CacheIRReader reader(stubInfo);
while (reader.more()) {
CacheOp op = reader.readOp();
CacheIROpInfo opInfo = CacheIROpInfos[size_t(op)];
if (!opInfo.transpile) {
[[maybe_unused]] unsigned line, column;
LineNumberAndColumn(script_, loc, &line, &column);
fallbackStub->trialInliningState() != TrialInliningState::Inlined,
"Trial-inlined stub not supported by transpiler");
// Unsupported CacheIR opcode.
"unsupported CacheIR opcode %s for JSOp::%s @ %s:%u:%u",
CacheIROpNames[size_t(op)], CodeName(loc.getOp()),
script_->filename(), line, column);
return Ok();
// While on the main thread, ensure code stubs exist for ops that require
// them.
switch (op) {
case CacheOp::CallRegExpMatcherResult:
if (!cx_->realm()->jitRealm()->ensureRegExpMatcherStubExists(cx_)) {
return abort(AbortReason::Error);
case CacheOp::CallRegExpSearcherResult:
if (!cx_->realm()->jitRealm()->ensureRegExpSearcherStubExists(cx_)) {
return abort(AbortReason::Error);
case CacheOp::CallRegExpTesterResult:
if (!cx_->realm()->jitRealm()->ensureRegExpTesterStubExists(cx_)) {
return abort(AbortReason::Error);
// Copy the ICStub data to protect against the stub being unlinked or mutated.
// We don't need to copy the CacheIRStubInfo: because we store and trace the
// stub's JitCode*, the baselineCacheIRStubCodes_ map in JitZone will keep it
// alive.
uint8_t* stubDataCopy = nullptr;
size_t bytesNeeded = stubInfo->stubDataSize();
if (bytesNeeded > 0) {
stubDataCopy = alloc_.allocateArray<uint8_t>(bytesNeeded);
if (!stubDataCopy) {
return abort(AbortReason::Alloc);
// Note: nursery pointers are handled below so we don't need to trigger any
// GC barriers and can do a bitwise copy.
std::copy_n(stubData, bytesNeeded, stubDataCopy);
if (!replaceNurseryAndAllocSitePointers(stub, stubInfo, stubDataCopy)) {
return abort(AbortReason::Alloc);
JitCode* jitCode = stub->jitCode();
if (fallbackStub->trialInliningState() == TrialInliningState::Inlined) {
bool inlinedCall;
MOZ_TRY_VAR(inlinedCall, maybeInlineCall(snapshots, loc, stub, fallbackStub,
if (inlinedCall) {
return Ok();
if (!AddOpSnapshot<WarpCacheIR>(alloc_, snapshots, offset, jitCode, stubInfo,
stubDataCopy)) {
return abort(AbortReason::Alloc);
return Ok();
AbortReasonOr<bool> WarpScriptOracle::maybeInlineCall(
WarpOpSnapshotList& snapshots, BytecodeLocation loc, ICCacheIRStub* stub,
ICFallbackStub* fallbackStub, uint8_t* stubDataCopy) {
Maybe<InlinableOpData> inlineData = FindInlinableOpData(stub, loc);
if (inlineData.isNothing() || !inlineData->icScript) {
return false;
RootedFunction targetFunction(cx_, inlineData->target);
if (!TrialInliner::canInline(targetFunction, script_, loc)) {
return false;
RootedScript targetScript(cx_, targetFunction->nonLazyScript());
ICScript* icScript = inlineData->icScript;
// Add the inlined script to the inline script tree.
LifoAlloc* lifoAlloc = alloc_.lifoAlloc();
InlineScriptTree* inlineScriptTree = info_->inlineScriptTree()->addCallee(
&alloc_, loc.toRawBytecode(), targetScript);
if (!inlineScriptTree) {
return abort(AbortReason::Alloc);
// Create a CompileInfo for the inlined script.
jsbytecode* osrPc = nullptr;
bool needsArgsObj = targetScript->needsArgsObj();
CompileInfo* info = lifoAlloc->new_<CompileInfo>(
mirGen_.runtime, targetScript, targetFunction, osrPc, needsArgsObj,
if (!info) {
return abort(AbortReason::Alloc);
// Take a snapshot of the CacheIR.
uint32_t offset = loc.bytecodeToOffset(script_);
JitCode* jitCode = stub->jitCode();
const CacheIRStubInfo* stubInfo = stub->stubInfo();
WarpCacheIR* cacheIRSnapshot = new (alloc_.fallible())
WarpCacheIR(offset, jitCode, stubInfo, stubDataCopy);
if (!cacheIRSnapshot) {
return abort(AbortReason::Alloc);
// Take a snapshot of the inlined script (which may do more
// inlining recursively).
WarpScriptOracle scriptOracle(cx_, oracle_, targetScript, info, icScript);
AbortReasonOr<WarpScriptSnapshot*> maybeScriptSnapshot =
if (maybeScriptSnapshot.isErr()) {
JitSpew(JitSpew_WarpTranspiler, "Can't create snapshot for JSOp::%s",
switch (maybeScriptSnapshot.unwrapErr()) {
case AbortReason::Disable: {
// If the target script can't be warp-compiled, mark it as
// uninlineable, clean up, and fall through to the non-inlined path.
ICEntry* entry = icScript_->icEntryForStub(fallbackStub);
fallbackStub->unlinkStub(cx_->zone(), entry, /*prev=*/nullptr, stub);
return false;
case AbortReason::Error:
case AbortReason::Alloc:
return Err(maybeScriptSnapshot.unwrapErr());
MOZ_CRASH("Unexpected abort reason");
WarpScriptSnapshot* scriptSnapshot = maybeScriptSnapshot.unwrap();
if (!AddOpSnapshot<WarpInlinedCall>(alloc_, snapshots, offset,
cacheIRSnapshot, scriptSnapshot, info)) {
return abort(AbortReason::Alloc);
return true;
struct TypeFrequency {
TypeData typeData_;
uint32_t successCount_;
TypeFrequency(TypeData typeData, uint32_t successCount)
: typeData_(typeData), successCount_(successCount) {}
// Sort highest frequency first.
bool operator<(const TypeFrequency& other) const {
return other.successCount_ < successCount_;
AbortReasonOr<bool> WarpScriptOracle::maybeInlinePolymorphicTypes(
WarpOpSnapshotList& snapshots, BytecodeLocation loc,
ICCacheIRStub* firstStub, ICFallbackStub* fallbackStub) {
// We use polymorphic type data if there are multiple active stubs,
// all of which have type data available.
Vector<TypeFrequency, 6, SystemAllocPolicy> candidates;
for (ICStub* stub = firstStub; !stub->isFallback();
stub = stub->maybeNext()) {
ICCacheIRStub* cacheIRStub = stub->toCacheIRStub();
uint32_t successCount =
cacheIRStub->enteredCount() - cacheIRStub->next()->enteredCount();
if (successCount == 0) {
TypeData types = cacheIRStub->typeData();
if (!types.hasData()) {
return false;
if (!candidates.append(TypeFrequency(types, successCount))) {
return abort(AbortReason::Alloc);
if (candidates.length() < 2) {
return false;
// Sort candidates by success frequency.
std::sort(candidates.begin(), candidates.end());
TypeDataList list;
for (auto& candidate : candidates) {
uint32_t offset = loc.bytecodeToOffset(script_);
if (!AddOpSnapshot<WarpPolymorphicTypes>(alloc_, snapshots, offset, list)) {
return abort(AbortReason::Alloc);
return true;
bool WarpScriptOracle::replaceNurseryAndAllocSitePointers(
ICCacheIRStub* stub, const CacheIRStubInfo* stubInfo,
uint8_t* stubDataCopy) {
// If the stub data contains nursery object pointers, replace them with the
// corresponding nursery index. See WarpObjectField.
// If the stub data contains allocation site pointers replace them with the
// initial heap to use, because the site's state may be mutated by the main
// thread while we are compiling.
// Also asserts non-object fields don't contain nursery pointers.
uint32_t field = 0;
size_t offset = 0;
while (true) {
StubField::Type fieldType = stubInfo->fieldType(field);
switch (fieldType) {
case StubField::Type::RawInt32:
case StubField::Type::RawPointer:
case StubField::Type::RawInt64:
case StubField::Type::Double:
case StubField::Type::Shape:
static_assert(std::is_convertible_v<Shape*, gc::TenuredCell*>,
"Code assumes shapes are tenured");
case StubField::Type::GetterSetter:
static_assert(std::is_convertible_v<GetterSetter*, gc::TenuredCell*>,
"Code assumes GetterSetters are tenured");
case StubField::Type::Symbol:
static_assert(std::is_convertible_v<JS::Symbol*, gc::TenuredCell*>,
"Code assumes symbols are tenured");
case StubField::Type::BaseScript:
static_assert(std::is_convertible_v<BaseScript*, gc::TenuredCell*>,
"Code assumes scripts are tenured");
case StubField::Type::JSObject: {
JSObject* obj =
stubInfo->getStubField<ICCacheIRStub, JSObject*>(stub, offset);
if (IsInsideNursery(obj)) {
uint32_t nurseryIndex;
if (!oracle_->registerNurseryObject(obj, &nurseryIndex)) {
return false;
uintptr_t oldWord = WarpObjectField::fromObject(obj).rawData();
uintptr_t newWord =
stubInfo->replaceStubRawWord(stubDataCopy, offset, oldWord, newWord);
case StubField::Type::String: {
#ifdef DEBUG
JSString* str =
stubInfo->getStubField<ICCacheIRStub, JSString*>(stub, offset);
case StubField::Type::Id: {
#ifdef DEBUG
// jsid never contains nursery-allocated things.
jsid id = stubInfo->getStubField<ICCacheIRStub, jsid>(stub, offset);
case StubField::Type::Value: {
#ifdef DEBUG
Value v =
stubInfo->getStubField<ICCacheIRStub, JS::Value>(stub, offset);
MOZ_ASSERT_IF(v.isGCThing(), !IsInsideNursery(v.toGCThing()));
case StubField::Type::AllocSite: {
uintptr_t oldWord = stubInfo->getStubRawWord(stub, offset);
auto* site = reinterpret_cast<gc::AllocSite*>(oldWord);
gc::InitialHeap initialHeap = site->initialHeap();
uintptr_t newWord = uintptr_t(initialHeap);
stubInfo->replaceStubRawWord(stubDataCopy, offset, oldWord, newWord);
case StubField::Type::Limit:
return true; // Done.
offset += StubField::sizeInBytes(fieldType);
bool WarpOracle::registerNurseryObject(JSObject* obj, uint32_t* nurseryIndex) {
auto p = nurseryObjectsMap_.lookupForAdd(obj);
if (p) {
*nurseryIndex = p->value();
return true;
if (!nurseryObjects_.append(obj)) {
return false;
*nurseryIndex = nurseryObjects_.length() - 1;
return nurseryObjectsMap_.add(p, obj, *nurseryIndex);