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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 http://mozilla.org/MPL/2.0/. */
#ifndef vm_StringType_h
#define vm_StringType_h
#include "mozilla/Maybe.h"
#include "mozilla/MemoryReporting.h"
#include "mozilla/Range.h"
#include "mozilla/Span.h"
#include "mozilla/TextUtils.h"
#include <string_view> // std::basic_string_view
#include "jstypes.h" // js::Bit
#include "gc/Cell.h"
#include "gc/MaybeRooted.h"
#include "gc/Nursery.h"
#include "gc/RelocationOverlay.h"
#include "gc/StoreBuffer.h"
#include "js/CharacterEncoding.h"
#include "js/RootingAPI.h"
#include "js/shadow/String.h" // JS::shadow::String
#include "js/String.h" // JS::MaxStringLength
#include "js/UniquePtr.h"
#include "util/Text.h"
class JSDependentString;
class JSExtensibleString;
class JSExternalString;
class JSInlineString;
class JSRope;
namespace JS {
class JS_PUBLIC_API AutoStableStringChars;
} // namespace JS
namespace js {
class ArrayObject;
class JS_PUBLIC_API GenericPrinter;
class JSONPrinter;
class PropertyName;
class StringBuffer;
namespace frontend {
class ParserAtomsTable;
class TaggedParserAtomIndex;
class WellKnownParserAtoms;
struct CompilationAtomCache;
} // namespace frontend
namespace jit {
class MacroAssembler;
} // namespace jit
/* The buffer length required to contain any unsigned 32-bit integer. */
static const size_t UINT32_CHAR_BUFFER_LENGTH = sizeof("4294967295") - 1;
// Maximum array index. This value is defined in the spec (ES2021 draft, 6.1.7):
//
// An array index is an integer index whose numeric value i is in the range
// +0𝔽 ≤ i < 𝔽(2^32 - 1).
const uint32_t MAX_ARRAY_INDEX = 4294967294u; // 2^32-2 (= UINT32_MAX-1)
// Returns true if the characters of `s` store an unsigned 32-bit integer value
// less than or equal to MAX_ARRAY_INDEX, initializing `*indexp` to that value
// if so. Leading '0' isn't allowed except 0 itself.
template <typename CharT>
bool CheckStringIsIndex(const CharT* s, size_t length, uint32_t* indexp);
} /* namespace js */
// clang-format off
/*
* [SMDOC] JavaScript Strings
*
* Conceptually, a JS string is just an array of chars and a length. This array
* of chars may or may not be null-terminated and, if it is, the null character
* is not included in the length.
*
* To improve performance of common operations, the following optimizations are
* made which affect the engine's representation of strings:
*
* - The plain vanilla representation is a "linear" string which consists of a
* string header in the GC heap and a malloc'd char array.
*
* - To avoid copying a substring of an existing "base" string , a "dependent"
* string (JSDependentString) can be created which points into the base
* string's char array.
*
* - To avoid O(n^2) char buffer copying, a "rope" node (JSRope) can be created
* to represent a delayed string concatenation. Concatenation (called
* flattening) is performed if and when a linear char array is requested. In
* general, ropes form a binary dag whose internal nodes are JSRope string
* headers with no associated char array and whose leaf nodes are linear
* strings.
*
* - To avoid copying the leftmost string when flattening, we may produce an
* "extensible" string, which tracks not only its actual length but also its
* buffer's overall size. If such an "extensible" string appears as the
* leftmost string in a subsequent flatten, and its buffer has enough unused
* space, we can simply flatten the rest of the ropes into its buffer,
* leaving its text in place. We then transfer ownership of its buffer to the
* flattened rope, and mutate the donor extensible string into a dependent
* string referencing its original buffer.
*
* (The term "extensible" does not imply that we ever 'realloc' the buffer.
* Extensible strings may have dependent strings pointing into them, and the
* JSAPI hands out pointers to linear strings' buffers, so resizing with
* 'realloc' is generally not possible.)
*
* - To avoid allocating small char arrays, short strings can be stored inline
* in the string header (JSInlineString). These come in two flavours:
* JSThinInlineString, which is the same size as JSString; and
* JSFatInlineString, which has a larger header and so can fit more chars.
*
* - To avoid comparing O(n) string equality comparison, strings can be
* canonicalized to "atoms" (JSAtom) such that there is a single atom with a
* given (length,chars).
*
* - To avoid copying all strings created through the JSAPI, an "external"
* string (JSExternalString) can be created whose chars are managed by the
* JSAPI client.
*
* - To avoid using two bytes per character for every string, string
* characters are stored as Latin1 instead of TwoByte if all characters are
* representable in Latin1.
*
* - To avoid slow conversions from strings to integer indexes, we cache 16 bit
* unsigned indexes on strings representing such numbers.
*
* Although all strings share the same basic memory layout, we can conceptually
* arrange them into a hierarchy of operations/invariants and represent this
* hierarchy in C++ with classes:
*
* C++ type operations+fields / invariants+properties
* ========================== =========================================
* JSString (abstract) get(Latin1|TwoByte)CharsZ, get(Latin1|TwoByte)Chars, length / -
* | \
* | JSRope leftChild, rightChild / -
* |
* JSLinearString latin1Chars, twoByteChars / -
* |
* +-- JSDependentString base / -
* | |
* | +-- JSAtomRefString - / base points to an atom
* |
* +-- JSExternalString - / char array memory managed by embedding
* |
* +-- JSExtensibleString - / tracks total buffer capacity (including current text)
* |
* +-- JSInlineString (abstract) - / chars stored in header
* | |
* | +-- JSThinInlineString - / header is normal
* | |
* | +-- JSFatInlineString - / header is fat
* |
* JSAtom (abstract) - / string equality === pointer equality
* | |
* | +-- js::NormalAtom JSLinearString + atom hash code / -
* | | |
* | | +-- js::ThinInlineAtom
* | | possibly larger JSThinInlineString + atom hash code / -
* | |
* | +-- js::FatInlineAtom JSFatInlineString w/atom hash code / -
* |
* js::PropertyName - / chars don't contain an index (uint32_t)
*
* Classes marked with (abstract) above are not literally C++ Abstract Base
* Classes (since there are no virtual functions, pure or not, in this
* hierarchy), but have the same meaning: there are no strings with this type as
* its most-derived type.
*
* Atoms can additionally be permanent, i.e. unable to be collected, and can
* be combined with other string types to create additional most-derived types
* that satisfy the invariants of more than one of the abovementioned
* most-derived types. Furthermore, each atom stores a hash number (based on its
* chars). This hash number is used as key in the atoms table and when the atom
* is used as key in a JS Map/Set.
*
* Derived string types can be queried from ancestor types via isX() and
* retrieved with asX() debug-only-checked casts.
*
* The ensureX() operations mutate 'this' in place to effectively make the type
* be at least X (e.g., ensureLinear will change a JSRope to be a JSLinearString).
*/
// clang-format on
class JSString : public js::gc::CellWithLengthAndFlags {
protected:
using Base = js::gc::CellWithLengthAndFlags;
static const size_t NUM_INLINE_CHARS_LATIN1 =
2 * sizeof(void*) / sizeof(JS::Latin1Char);
static const size_t NUM_INLINE_CHARS_TWO_BYTE =
2 * sizeof(void*) / sizeof(char16_t);
public:
// String length and flags are stored in the cell header.
MOZ_ALWAYS_INLINE
size_t length() const { return headerLengthField(); }
MOZ_ALWAYS_INLINE
uint32_t flags() const { return headerFlagsField(); }
// Class for temporarily holding character data that will be used for JSString
// contents. The data may be allocated in the nursery, the malloc heap, or in
// externally owned memory (perhaps on the stack). The class instance must be
// passed to the JSString constructor as a MutableHandle, so that if a GC
// occurs between the construction of the content and the construction of the
// JSString Cell to hold it, the contents can be transparently moved to the
// malloc heap before the nursery is reset.
template <typename CharT>
class OwnedChars {
mozilla::Span<CharT> chars_;
bool needsFree_;
bool isMalloced_;
public:
// needsFree: the chars pointer should be passed to js_free() if OwnedChars
// dies while still possessing ownership.
//
// isMalloced: the chars pointer does not point into the nursery.
//
// These are not quite the same, since you might have non-nursery characters
// that are owned by something else. needsFree implies isMalloced.
OwnedChars(CharT* chars, size_t length, bool isMalloced, bool needsFree);
OwnedChars(js::UniquePtr<CharT[], JS::FreePolicy>&& chars, size_t length,
bool isMalloced);
OwnedChars(OwnedChars&&);
OwnedChars(const OwnedChars&) = delete;
~OwnedChars() { reset(); }
explicit operator bool() const { return !chars_.empty(); }
mozilla::Span<CharT> span() const { return chars_; }
CharT* data() const { return chars_.data(); }
size_t length() const { return chars_.Length(); }
size_t size() const { return length() * sizeof(CharT); }
bool isMalloced() const { return isMalloced_; }
// Return the data and release ownership to the caller.
inline CharT* release();
// Discard any owned data.
inline void reset();
// Move any nursery data into the malloc heap.
inline void ensureNonNursery();
// If we GC with a live OwnedChars, copy the data out of the nursery to a
// safely malloced location.
void trace(JSTracer* trc) { ensureNonNursery(); }
};
protected:
/* Fields only apply to string types commented on the right. */
struct Data {
// Note: 32-bit length and flags fields are inherited from
// CellWithLengthAndFlags.
union {
union {
/* JS(Fat)InlineString */
JS::Latin1Char inlineStorageLatin1[NUM_INLINE_CHARS_LATIN1];
char16_t inlineStorageTwoByte[NUM_INLINE_CHARS_TWO_BYTE];
};
struct {
union {
const JS::Latin1Char* nonInlineCharsLatin1; /* JSLinearString, except
JS(Fat)InlineString */
const char16_t* nonInlineCharsTwoByte; /* JSLinearString, except
JS(Fat)InlineString */
JSString* left; /* JSRope */
JSRope* parent; /* Used in flattening */
} u2;
union {
JSLinearString* base; /* JSDependentString */
JSAtom* atom; /* JSAtomRefString */
JSString* right; /* JSRope */
size_t capacity; /* JSLinearString (extensible) */
const JSExternalStringCallbacks*
externalCallbacks; /* JSExternalString */
} u3;
} s;
};
} d;
public:
/* Flags exposed only for jits */
/*
* Flag Encoding
*
* The first word of a JSString stores flags, index, and (on some
* platforms) the length. The flags store both the string's type and its
* character encoding.
*
* If LATIN1_CHARS_BIT is set, the string's characters are stored as Latin1
* instead of TwoByte. This flag can also be set for ropes, if both the
* left and right nodes are Latin1. Flattening will result in a Latin1
* string in this case. When we flatten a TwoByte rope, we turn child ropes
* (including Latin1 ropes) into TwoByte dependent strings. If one of these
* strings is also part of another Latin1 rope tree, we can have a Latin1 rope
* with a TwoByte descendent.
*
* The other flags store the string's type. Instead of using a dense index
* to represent the most-derived type, string types are encoded to allow
* single-op tests for hot queries (isRope, isDependent, isAtom) which, in
* view of subtyping, would require slower (isX() || isY() || isZ()).
*
* The string type encoding can be summarized as follows. The "instance
* encoding" entry for a type specifies the flag bits used to create a
* string instance of that type. Abstract types have no instances and thus
* have no such entry. The "subtype predicate" entry for a type specifies
* the predicate used to query whether a JSString instance is subtype
* (reflexively) of that type.
*
* String Instance Subtype
* type encoding predicate
* -----------------------------------------
* Rope 0000000 000 xxxxx0x xxx
* Linear 0000010 000 xxxxx1x xxx
* Dependent 0000110 000 xxxx1xx xxx
* AtomRef 1000110 000 1xxxxxx xxx
* External 0100010 000 x100010 xxx
* Extensible 0010010 000 x010010 xxx
* Inline 0001010 000 xxx1xxx xxx
* FatInline 0011010 000 xx11xxx xxx
* JSAtom - xxxxxx1 xxx
* NormalAtom 0000011 000 xxx0xx1 xxx
* PermanentAtom 0100011 000 x1xxxx1 xxx
* ThinInlineAtom 0001011 000 xx01xx1 xxx
* FatInlineAtom 0011011 000 xx11xx1 xxx
* ||||||| |||
* ||||||| ||\- [0] reserved (FORWARD_BIT)
* ||||||| |\-- [1] reserved
* ||||||| \--- [2] reserved
* ||||||\----- [3] IsAtom
* |||||\------ [4] IsLinear
* ||||\------- [5] IsDependent
* |||\-------- [6] IsInline
* ||\--------- [7] FatInlineAtom/Extensible
* |\---------- [8] External/Permanent
* \----------- [9] AtomRef
*
* Bits 0..2 are reserved for use by the GC (see
* gc::CellFlagBitsReservedForGC). In particular, bit 0 is currently used for
* FORWARD_BIT for forwarded nursery cells. The other 2 bits are currently
* unused.
*
* Note that the first 4 flag bits 3..6 (from right to left in the previous
* table) have the following meaning and can be used for some hot queries:
*
* Bit 3: IsAtom (Atom, PermanentAtom)
* Bit 4: IsLinear
* Bit 5: IsDependent
* Bit 6: IsInline (Inline, FatInline, ThinInlineAtom, FatInlineAtom)
*
* If INDEX_VALUE_BIT is set, bits 16 and up will also hold an integer index.
*/
// The low bits of flag word are reserved by GC.
static_assert(js::gc::CellFlagBitsReservedForGC <= 3,
"JSString::flags must reserve enough bits for Cell");
static const uint32_t ATOM_BIT = js::Bit(3);
static const uint32_t LINEAR_BIT = js::Bit(4);
static const uint32_t DEPENDENT_BIT = js::Bit(5);
static const uint32_t INLINE_CHARS_BIT = js::Bit(6);
// Indicates a dependent string pointing to an atom
static const uint32_t ATOM_REF_BIT = js::Bit(9);
static const uint32_t LINEAR_IS_EXTENSIBLE_BIT = js::Bit(7);
static const uint32_t INLINE_IS_FAT_BIT = js::Bit(7);
static const uint32_t LINEAR_IS_EXTERNAL_BIT = js::Bit(8);
static const uint32_t ATOM_IS_PERMANENT_BIT = js::Bit(8);
static const uint32_t EXTENSIBLE_FLAGS =
LINEAR_BIT | LINEAR_IS_EXTENSIBLE_BIT;
static const uint32_t EXTERNAL_FLAGS = LINEAR_BIT | LINEAR_IS_EXTERNAL_BIT;
static const uint32_t FAT_INLINE_MASK = INLINE_CHARS_BIT | INLINE_IS_FAT_BIT;
/* Initial flags for various types of strings. */
static const uint32_t INIT_THIN_INLINE_FLAGS = LINEAR_BIT | INLINE_CHARS_BIT;
static const uint32_t INIT_FAT_INLINE_FLAGS = LINEAR_BIT | FAT_INLINE_MASK;
static const uint32_t INIT_ROPE_FLAGS = 0;
static const uint32_t INIT_LINEAR_FLAGS = LINEAR_BIT;
static const uint32_t INIT_DEPENDENT_FLAGS = LINEAR_BIT | DEPENDENT_BIT;
static const uint32_t INIT_ATOM_REF_FLAGS =
INIT_DEPENDENT_FLAGS | ATOM_REF_BIT;
static const uint32_t TYPE_FLAGS_MASK = js::BitMask(10) - js::BitMask(3);
static_assert((TYPE_FLAGS_MASK & js::gc::HeaderWord::RESERVED_MASK) == 0,
"GC reserved bits must not be used for Strings");
// Whether this atom's characters store an uint32 index value less than or
// equal to MAX_ARRAY_INDEX. This bit means something different if the
// string is not an atom (see ATOM_REF_BIT)
// See JSLinearString::isIndex.
static const uint32_t ATOM_IS_INDEX_BIT = js::Bit(9);
// Linear strings:
// - Content and representation are Latin-1 characters.
// - Unmodifiable after construction.
//
// Ropes:
// - Content are Latin-1 characters.
// - Flag may be cleared when the rope is changed into a dependent string.
//
// Also see LATIN1_CHARS_BIT description under "Flag Encoding".
static const uint32_t LATIN1_CHARS_BIT = js::Bit(10);
static const uint32_t INDEX_VALUE_BIT = js::Bit(11);
static const uint32_t INDEX_VALUE_SHIFT = 16;
// NON_DEDUP_BIT is used in string deduplication during tenuring. This bit is
// shared with both FLATTEN_FINISH_NODE and ATOM_IS_PERMANENT_BIT, since it
// only applies to linear non-atoms.
static const uint32_t NON_DEDUP_BIT = js::Bit(15);
// If IN_STRING_TO_ATOM_CACHE is set, this string had an entry in the
// StringToAtomCache at some point. Note that GC can purge the cache without
// clearing this bit.
static const uint32_t IN_STRING_TO_ATOM_CACHE = js::Bit(13);
// Flags used during rope flattening that indicate what action to perform when
// returning to the rope's parent rope.
static const uint32_t FLATTEN_VISIT_RIGHT = js::Bit(14);
static const uint32_t FLATTEN_FINISH_NODE = js::Bit(15);
static const uint32_t FLATTEN_MASK =
FLATTEN_VISIT_RIGHT | FLATTEN_FINISH_NODE;
// Indicates that this string is depended on by another string. A rope should
// never be depended on, and this should never be set during flattening, so
// we can reuse the FLATTEN_VISIT_RIGHT bit.
static const uint32_t DEPENDED_ON_BIT = FLATTEN_VISIT_RIGHT;
static const uint32_t PINNED_ATOM_BIT = js::Bit(15);
static const uint32_t PERMANENT_ATOM_MASK =
ATOM_BIT | PINNED_ATOM_BIT | ATOM_IS_PERMANENT_BIT;
static const uint32_t MAX_LENGTH = JS::MaxStringLength;
static const JS::Latin1Char MAX_LATIN1_CHAR = 0xff;
/*
* Helper function to validate that a string of a given length is
* representable by a JSString. An allocation overflow is reported if false
* is returned.
*/
static inline bool validateLength(JSContext* maybecx, size_t length);
template <js::AllowGC allowGC>
static inline bool validateLengthInternal(JSContext* maybecx, size_t length);
static constexpr size_t offsetOfFlags() { return offsetOfHeaderFlags(); }
static constexpr size_t offsetOfLength() { return offsetOfHeaderLength(); }
bool sameLengthAndFlags(const JSString& other) const {
return length() == other.length() && flags() == other.flags();
}
static void staticAsserts() {
static_assert(JSString::MAX_LENGTH < UINT32_MAX,
"Length must fit in 32 bits");
static_assert(
sizeof(JSString) == (offsetof(JSString, d.inlineStorageLatin1) +
NUM_INLINE_CHARS_LATIN1 * sizeof(char)),
"Inline Latin1 chars must fit in a JSString");
static_assert(
sizeof(JSString) == (offsetof(JSString, d.inlineStorageTwoByte) +
NUM_INLINE_CHARS_TWO_BYTE * sizeof(char16_t)),
"Inline char16_t chars must fit in a JSString");
/* Ensure js::shadow::String has the same layout. */
using JS::shadow::String;
static_assert(
JSString::offsetOfRawHeaderFlagsField() == offsetof(String, flags_),
"shadow::String flags offset must match JSString");
#if JS_BITS_PER_WORD == 32
static_assert(JSString::offsetOfLength() == offsetof(String, length_),
"shadow::String length offset must match JSString");
#endif
static_assert(offsetof(JSString, d.s.u2.nonInlineCharsLatin1) ==
offsetof(String, nonInlineCharsLatin1),
"shadow::String nonInlineChars offset must match JSString");
static_assert(offsetof(JSString, d.s.u2.nonInlineCharsTwoByte) ==
offsetof(String, nonInlineCharsTwoByte),
"shadow::String nonInlineChars offset must match JSString");
static_assert(
offsetof(JSString, d.s.u3.externalCallbacks) ==
offsetof(String, externalCallbacks),
"shadow::String externalCallbacks offset must match JSString");
static_assert(offsetof(JSString, d.inlineStorageLatin1) ==
offsetof(String, inlineStorageLatin1),
"shadow::String inlineStorage offset must match JSString");
static_assert(offsetof(JSString, d.inlineStorageTwoByte) ==
offsetof(String, inlineStorageTwoByte),
"shadow::String inlineStorage offset must match JSString");
static_assert(ATOM_BIT == String::ATOM_BIT,
"shadow::String::ATOM_BIT must match JSString::ATOM_BIT");
static_assert(LINEAR_BIT == String::LINEAR_BIT,
"shadow::String::LINEAR_BIT must match JSString::LINEAR_BIT");
static_assert(INLINE_CHARS_BIT == String::INLINE_CHARS_BIT,
"shadow::String::INLINE_CHARS_BIT must match "
"JSString::INLINE_CHARS_BIT");
static_assert(LATIN1_CHARS_BIT == String::LATIN1_CHARS_BIT,
"shadow::String::LATIN1_CHARS_BIT must match "
"JSString::LATIN1_CHARS_BIT");
static_assert(
TYPE_FLAGS_MASK == String::TYPE_FLAGS_MASK,
"shadow::String::TYPE_FLAGS_MASK must match JSString::TYPE_FLAGS_MASK");
static_assert(
EXTERNAL_FLAGS == String::EXTERNAL_FLAGS,
"shadow::String::EXTERNAL_FLAGS must match JSString::EXTERNAL_FLAGS");
}
/* Avoid silly compile errors in JSRope::flatten */
friend class JSRope;
friend class js::gc::RelocationOverlay;
protected:
template <typename CharT>
MOZ_ALWAYS_INLINE void setNonInlineChars(const CharT* chars);
template <typename CharT>
static MOZ_ALWAYS_INLINE void checkStringCharsArena(const CharT* chars) {
#ifdef MOZ_DEBUG
js::AssertJSStringBufferInCorrectArena(chars);
#endif
}
// Get correct non-inline chars enum arm for given type
template <typename CharT>
MOZ_ALWAYS_INLINE const CharT* nonInlineCharsRaw() const;
public:
MOZ_ALWAYS_INLINE
bool empty() const { return length() == 0; }
inline bool getChar(JSContext* cx, size_t index, char16_t* code);
inline bool getCodePoint(JSContext* cx, size_t index, char32_t* codePoint);
/* Strings have either Latin1 or TwoByte chars. */
bool hasLatin1Chars() const { return flags() & LATIN1_CHARS_BIT; }
bool hasTwoByteChars() const { return !(flags() & LATIN1_CHARS_BIT); }
/* Strings might contain cached indexes. */
bool hasIndexValue() const { return flags() & INDEX_VALUE_BIT; }
uint32_t getIndexValue() const {
MOZ_ASSERT(hasIndexValue());
MOZ_ASSERT(isLinear());
return flags() >> INDEX_VALUE_SHIFT;
}
/*
* Whether any dependent strings point to this string's chars. This is needed
* so that we don't replace the string with a forwarded atom and free its
* buffer.
*
* NOTE: we specifically do not set this for atoms, because they are accessed
* on many threads and we don't want to mess with their flags if we don't
* have to, and it is safe because atoms will never be replaced by an atom
* ref.
*/
bool isDependedOn() const {
bool result = flags() & DEPENDED_ON_BIT;
MOZ_ASSERT_IF(result, !isRope() && !isAtom());
return result;
}
bool assertIsValidBase() const {
// See isDependedOn comment for why we're excluding atoms
return isAtom() || isDependedOn();
}
void setDependedOn() {
MOZ_ASSERT(!isRope());
if (isAtom()) {
return;
}
setFlagBit(DEPENDED_ON_BIT);
}
inline size_t allocSize() const;
/* Fallible conversions to more-derived string types. */
inline JSLinearString* ensureLinear(JSContext* cx);
/* Type query and debug-checked casts */
MOZ_ALWAYS_INLINE
bool isRope() const { return !(flags() & LINEAR_BIT); }
MOZ_ALWAYS_INLINE
JSRope& asRope() const {
MOZ_ASSERT(isRope());
return *(JSRope*)this;
}
MOZ_ALWAYS_INLINE
bool isLinear() const { return flags() & LINEAR_BIT; }
MOZ_ALWAYS_INLINE
JSLinearString& asLinear() const {
MOZ_ASSERT(JSString::isLinear());
return *(JSLinearString*)this;
}
MOZ_ALWAYS_INLINE
bool isDependent() const { return flags() & DEPENDENT_BIT; }
MOZ_ALWAYS_INLINE
bool isAtomRef() const {
return (flags() & ATOM_REF_BIT) && !(flags() & ATOM_BIT);
}
MOZ_ALWAYS_INLINE
JSDependentString& asDependent() const {
MOZ_ASSERT(isDependent());
return *(JSDependentString*)this;
}
MOZ_ALWAYS_INLINE
bool isExtensible() const {
return (flags() & TYPE_FLAGS_MASK) == EXTENSIBLE_FLAGS;
}
MOZ_ALWAYS_INLINE
JSExtensibleString& asExtensible() const {
MOZ_ASSERT(isExtensible());
return *(JSExtensibleString*)this;
}
MOZ_ALWAYS_INLINE
bool isInline() const { return flags() & INLINE_CHARS_BIT; }
MOZ_ALWAYS_INLINE
JSInlineString& asInline() const {
MOZ_ASSERT(isInline());
return *(JSInlineString*)this;
}
MOZ_ALWAYS_INLINE
bool isFatInline() const {
return (flags() & FAT_INLINE_MASK) == FAT_INLINE_MASK;
}
/* For hot code, prefer other type queries. */
bool isExternal() const {
return (flags() & TYPE_FLAGS_MASK) == EXTERNAL_FLAGS;
}
MOZ_ALWAYS_INLINE
JSExternalString& asExternal() const {
MOZ_ASSERT(isExternal());
return *(JSExternalString*)this;
}
MOZ_ALWAYS_INLINE
bool isAtom() const { return flags() & ATOM_BIT; }
MOZ_ALWAYS_INLINE
bool isPermanentAtom() const {
return (flags() & PERMANENT_ATOM_MASK) == PERMANENT_ATOM_MASK;
}
MOZ_ALWAYS_INLINE
JSAtom& asAtom() const {
MOZ_ASSERT(isAtom());
return *(JSAtom*)this;
}
MOZ_ALWAYS_INLINE
void setNonDeduplicatable() {
MOZ_ASSERT(isLinear());
MOZ_ASSERT(!isAtom());
setFlagBit(NON_DEDUP_BIT);
}
// After copying a string from the nursery to the tenured heap, adjust bits
// that no longer apply.
MOZ_ALWAYS_INLINE
void clearBitsOnTenure() {
MOZ_ASSERT(!isAtom());
clearFlagBit(NON_DEDUP_BIT | IN_STRING_TO_ATOM_CACHE);
}
// NON_DEDUP_BIT is only valid for linear non-atoms.
MOZ_ALWAYS_INLINE
bool isDeduplicatable() const {
MOZ_ASSERT(isLinear());
MOZ_ASSERT(!isAtom());
return !(flags() & NON_DEDUP_BIT);
}
void setInStringToAtomCache() {
MOZ_ASSERT(!isAtom());
setFlagBit(IN_STRING_TO_ATOM_CACHE);
}
bool inStringToAtomCache() const { return flags() & IN_STRING_TO_ATOM_CACHE; }
// Fills |array| with various strings that represent the different string
// kinds and character encodings.
static bool fillWithRepresentatives(JSContext* cx,
JS::Handle<js::ArrayObject*> array);
/* Only called by the GC for dependent strings. */
inline bool hasBase() const { return isDependent(); }
inline JSLinearString* base() const;
inline JSAtom* atom() const;
// The base may be forwarded and becomes a relocation overlay.
// The return value can be a relocation overlay when the base is forwarded,
// or the return value can be the actual base when it is not forwarded.
inline JSLinearString* nurseryBaseOrRelocOverlay() const;
inline bool canOwnDependentChars() const;
// Only called by the GC during nursery collection.
inline void setBase(JSLinearString* newBase);
bool tryReplaceWithAtomRef(JSAtom* atom);
void traceBase(JSTracer* trc);
/* Only called by the GC for strings with the AllocKind::STRING kind. */
inline void finalize(JS::GCContext* gcx);
/* Gets the number of bytes that the chars take on the heap. */
size_t sizeOfExcludingThis(mozilla::MallocSizeOf mallocSizeOf);
bool hasOutOfLineChars() const {
return isLinear() && !isInline() && !isDependent() && !isExternal();
}
inline bool ownsMallocedChars() const;
/* Encode as many scalar values of the string as UTF-8 as can fit
* into the caller-provided buffer replacing unpaired surrogates
* with the REPLACEMENT CHARACTER.
*
* Returns the number of code units read and the number of code units
* written.
*
* The semantics of this method match the semantics of
* TextEncoder.encodeInto().
*
* This function doesn't modify the representation -- rope, linear,
* flat, atom, etc. -- of this string. If this string is a rope,
* it also doesn't modify the representation of left or right halves
* of this string, or of those halves, and so on.
*
* Returns mozilla::Nothing on OOM.
*/
mozilla::Maybe<std::tuple<size_t, size_t>> encodeUTF8Partial(
const JS::AutoRequireNoGC& nogc, mozilla::Span<char> buffer) const;
private:
// To help avoid writing Spectre-unsafe code, we only allow MacroAssembler
// to call the method below.
friend class js::jit::MacroAssembler;
static size_t offsetOfNonInlineChars() {
static_assert(
offsetof(JSString, d.s.u2.nonInlineCharsTwoByte) ==
offsetof(JSString, d.s.u2.nonInlineCharsLatin1),
"nonInlineCharsTwoByte and nonInlineCharsLatin1 must have same offset");
return offsetof(JSString, d.s.u2.nonInlineCharsTwoByte);
}
public:
static const JS::TraceKind TraceKind = JS::TraceKind::String;
JS::Zone* zone() const {
if (isTenured()) {
// Allow permanent atoms to be accessed across zones and runtimes.
if (isPermanentAtom()) {
return zoneFromAnyThread();
}
return asTenured().zone();
}
return nurseryZone();
}
void setLengthAndFlags(uint32_t len, uint32_t flags) {
setHeaderLengthAndFlags(len, flags);
}
void setFlagBit(uint32_t flag) { setHeaderFlagBit(flag); }
void clearFlagBit(uint32_t flag) { clearHeaderFlagBit(flag); }
void fixupAfterMovingGC() {}
js::gc::AllocKind getAllocKind() const {
using js::gc::AllocKind;
AllocKind kind;
if (isAtom()) {
if (isFatInline()) {
kind = AllocKind::FAT_INLINE_ATOM;
} else {
kind = AllocKind::ATOM;
}
} else if (isFatInline()) {
kind = AllocKind::FAT_INLINE_STRING;
} else if (isExternal()) {
kind = AllocKind::EXTERNAL_STRING;
} else {
kind = AllocKind::STRING;
}
MOZ_ASSERT_IF(isTenured(), kind == asTenured().getAllocKind());
return kind;
}
#if defined(DEBUG) || defined(JS_JITSPEW) || defined(JS_CACHEIR_SPEW)
void dump() const;
void dump(js::GenericPrinter& out) const;
void dump(js::JSONPrinter& json) const;
void dumpCommonFields(js::JSONPrinter& json) const;
void dumpCharsFields(js::JSONPrinter& json) const;
void dumpFields(js::JSONPrinter& json) const;
void dumpStringContent(js::GenericPrinter& out) const;
void dumpPropertyName(js::GenericPrinter& out) const;
void dumpChars(js::GenericPrinter& out) const;
void dumpCharsSingleQuote(js::GenericPrinter& out) const;
void dumpCharsNoQuote(js::GenericPrinter& out) const;
template <typename CharT>
static void dumpCharsNoQuote(const CharT* s, size_t len,
js::GenericPrinter& out);
void dumpRepresentation() const;
void dumpRepresentation(js::GenericPrinter& out) const;
void dumpRepresentation(js::JSONPrinter& json) const;
void dumpRepresentationFields(js::JSONPrinter& json) const;
bool equals(const char* s);
#endif
void traceChildren(JSTracer* trc);
inline void traceBaseFromStoreBuffer(JSTracer* trc);
// Override base class implementation to tell GC about permanent atoms.
bool isPermanentAndMayBeShared() const { return isPermanentAtom(); }
static void addCellAddressToStoreBuffer(js::gc::StoreBuffer* buffer,
js::gc::Cell** cellp) {
buffer->putCell(reinterpret_cast<JSString**>(cellp));
}
static void removeCellAddressFromStoreBuffer(js::gc::StoreBuffer* buffer,
js::gc::Cell** cellp) {
buffer->unputCell(reinterpret_cast<JSString**>(cellp));
}
private:
JSString(const JSString& other) = delete;
void operator=(const JSString& other) = delete;
protected:
JSString() = default;
};
namespace js {
template <typename Wrapper, typename CharT>
class WrappedPtrOperations<JSString::OwnedChars<CharT>, Wrapper> {
const JSString::OwnedChars<CharT>& get() const {
return static_cast<const Wrapper*>(this)->get();
}
public:
explicit operator bool() const { return !!get(); }
mozilla::Span<CharT> span() const { return get().span(); }
CharT* data() const { return get().data(); }
size_t length() const { return get().length(); }
size_t size() const { return get().size(); }
bool isMalloced() const { return get().isMalloced(); }
};
template <typename Wrapper, typename CharT>
class MutableWrappedPtrOperations<JSString::OwnedChars<CharT>, Wrapper>
: public WrappedPtrOperations<JSString::OwnedChars<CharT>, Wrapper> {
JSString::OwnedChars<CharT>& get() {
return static_cast<Wrapper*>(this)->get();
}
public:
CharT* release() { return get().release(); }
void reset() { get().reset(); }
void ensureNonNursery() { get().ensureNonNursery(); }
};
} /* namespace js */
class JSRope : public JSString {
friend class js::gc::CellAllocator;
template <typename CharT>
js::UniquePtr<CharT[], JS::FreePolicy> copyCharsInternal(
JSContext* cx, arena_id_t destArenaId) const;
enum UsingBarrier : bool { NoBarrier = false, WithIncrementalBarrier = true };
friend class JSString;
JSLinearString* flatten(JSContext* maybecx);
JSLinearString* flattenInternal();
template <UsingBarrier usingBarrier>
JSLinearString* flattenInternal();
template <UsingBarrier usingBarrier, typename CharT>
static JSLinearString* flattenInternal(JSRope* root);
template <UsingBarrier usingBarrier>
static void ropeBarrierDuringFlattening(JSRope* rope);
JSRope(JSString* left, JSString* right, size_t length);
public:
template <js::AllowGC allowGC>
static inline JSRope* new_(
JSContext* cx,
typename js::MaybeRooted<JSString*, allowGC>::HandleType left,
typename js::MaybeRooted<JSString*, allowGC>::HandleType right,
size_t length, js::gc::Heap = js::gc::Heap::Default);
js::UniquePtr<JS::Latin1Char[], JS::FreePolicy> copyLatin1Chars(
JSContext* maybecx, arena_id_t destArenaId) const;
JS::UniqueTwoByteChars copyTwoByteChars(JSContext* maybecx,
arena_id_t destArenaId) const;
template <typename CharT>
js::UniquePtr<CharT[], JS::FreePolicy> copyChars(
JSContext* maybecx, arena_id_t destArenaId) const;
// Hash function specific for ropes that avoids allocating a temporary
// string. There are still allocations internally so it's technically
// fallible.
//
// Returns the same value as if this were a linear string being hashed.
[[nodiscard]] bool hash(uint32_t* outhHash) const;
// The process of flattening a rope temporarily overwrites the left pointer of
// interior nodes in the rope DAG with the parent pointer.
bool isBeingFlattened() const { return flags() & FLATTEN_MASK; }
JSString* leftChild() const {
MOZ_ASSERT(isRope());
MOZ_ASSERT(!isBeingFlattened()); // Flattening overwrites this field.
return d.s.u2.left;
}
JSString* rightChild() const {
MOZ_ASSERT(isRope());
return d.s.u3.right;
}
void traceChildren(JSTracer* trc);
#if defined(DEBUG) || defined(JS_JITSPEW) || defined(JS_CACHEIR_SPEW)
void dumpOwnRepresentationFields(js::JSONPrinter& json) const;
#endif
private:
// To help avoid writing Spectre-unsafe code, we only allow MacroAssembler
// to call the methods below.
friend class js::jit::MacroAssembler;
static size_t offsetOfLeft() { return offsetof(JSRope, d.s.u2.left); }
static size_t offsetOfRight() { return offsetof(JSRope, d.s.u3.right); }
};
static_assert(sizeof(JSRope) == sizeof(JSString),
"string subclasses must be binary-compatible with JSString");
/*
* There are optimized entry points for some string allocation functions.
*
* The meaning of suffix:
* * "MaybeDeflate": for char16_t variant, characters can fit Latin1
* * "DontDeflate": for char16_t variant, characters don't fit Latin1
* * "NonStatic": characters don't match StaticStrings
* * "ValidLength": length fits JSString::MAX_LENGTH
*/
class JSLinearString : public JSString {
friend class JSString;
friend class JS::AutoStableStringChars;
friend class js::gc::TenuringTracer;
friend class js::gc::CellAllocator;
friend class JSDependentString; // To allow access when used as base.
/* Vacuous and therefore unimplemented. */
JSLinearString* ensureLinear(JSContext* cx) = delete;
bool isLinear() const = delete;
JSLinearString& asLinear() const = delete;
JSLinearString(const char16_t* chars, size_t length);
JSLinearString(const JS::Latin1Char* chars, size_t length);
template <typename CharT>
explicit inline JSLinearString(JS::MutableHandle<OwnedChars<CharT>> chars);
protected:
// Used to construct subclasses that do a full initialization themselves.
JSLinearString() = default;
/* Returns void pointer to latin1/twoByte chars, for finalizers. */
MOZ_ALWAYS_INLINE
void* nonInlineCharsRaw() const {
MOZ_ASSERT(!isInline());
static_assert(
offsetof(JSLinearString, d.s.u2.nonInlineCharsTwoByte) ==
offsetof(JSLinearString, d.s.u2.nonInlineCharsLatin1),
"nonInlineCharsTwoByte and nonInlineCharsLatin1 must have same offset");
return (void*)d.s.u2.nonInlineCharsTwoByte;
}
MOZ_ALWAYS_INLINE const JS::Latin1Char* rawLatin1Chars() const;
MOZ_ALWAYS_INLINE const char16_t* rawTwoByteChars() const;
public:
template <js::AllowGC allowGC, typename CharT>
static inline JSLinearString* new_(JSContext* cx,
JS::MutableHandle<OwnedChars<CharT>> chars,
js::gc::Heap heap);
template <js::AllowGC allowGC, typename CharT>
static inline JSLinearString* newValidLength(
JSContext* cx, JS::MutableHandle<OwnedChars<CharT>> chars,
js::gc::Heap heap);
// Convert a plain linear string to an extensible string. For testing. The
// caller must ensure that it is a plain or extensible string already, and
// that `capacity` is adequate.
JSExtensibleString& makeExtensible(size_t capacity);
template <typename CharT>
MOZ_ALWAYS_INLINE const CharT* nonInlineChars(
const JS::AutoRequireNoGC& nogc) const;
MOZ_ALWAYS_INLINE
const JS::Latin1Char* nonInlineLatin1Chars(
const JS::AutoRequireNoGC& nogc) const {
MOZ_ASSERT(!isInline());
MOZ_ASSERT(hasLatin1Chars());
return d.s.u2.nonInlineCharsLatin1;
}
MOZ_ALWAYS_INLINE
const char16_t* nonInlineTwoByteChars(const JS::AutoRequireNoGC& nogc) const {
MOZ_ASSERT(!isInline());
MOZ_ASSERT(hasTwoByteChars());
return d.s.u2.nonInlineCharsTwoByte;
}
template <typename CharT>
MOZ_ALWAYS_INLINE const CharT* chars(const JS::AutoRequireNoGC& nogc) const;
MOZ_ALWAYS_INLINE
const JS::Latin1Char* latin1Chars(const JS::AutoRequireNoGC& nogc) const {
return rawLatin1Chars();
}
MOZ_ALWAYS_INLINE
const char16_t* twoByteChars(const JS::AutoRequireNoGC& nogc) const {
return rawTwoByteChars();
}
mozilla::Range<const JS::Latin1Char> latin1Range(
const JS::AutoRequireNoGC& nogc) const {
MOZ_ASSERT(JSString::isLinear());
return mozilla::Range<const JS::Latin1Char>(latin1Chars(nogc), length());
}
mozilla::Range<const char16_t> twoByteRange(
const JS::AutoRequireNoGC& nogc) const {
MOZ_ASSERT(JSString::isLinear());
return mozilla::Range<const char16_t>(twoByteChars(nogc), length());
}
MOZ_ALWAYS_INLINE
char16_t latin1OrTwoByteChar(size_t index) const {
MOZ_ASSERT(JSString::isLinear());
MOZ_ASSERT(index < length());
JS::AutoCheckCannotGC nogc;
return hasLatin1Chars() ? latin1Chars(nogc)[index]
: twoByteChars(nogc)[index];
}
bool isIndexSlow(uint32_t* indexp) const {
MOZ_ASSERT(JSString::isLinear());
size_t len = length();
if (len == 0 || len > js::UINT32_CHAR_BUFFER_LENGTH) {
return false;
}
JS::AutoCheckCannotGC nogc;
if (hasLatin1Chars()) {
const JS::Latin1Char* s = latin1Chars(nogc);
return mozilla::IsAsciiDigit(*s) &&
js::CheckStringIsIndex(s, len, indexp);
}
const char16_t* s = twoByteChars(nogc);
return mozilla::IsAsciiDigit(*s) && js::CheckStringIsIndex(s, len, indexp);
}
// Returns true if this string's characters store an unsigned 32-bit integer
// value less than or equal to MAX_ARRAY_INDEX, initializing *indexp to that
// value if so. Leading '0' isn't allowed except 0 itself.
// (Thus if calling isIndex returns true, js::IndexToString(cx, *indexp) will
// be a string equal to this string.)
inline bool isIndex(uint32_t* indexp) const;
// Return whether the characters of this string can be moved by minor or
// compacting GC.
inline bool hasMovableChars() const;
void maybeInitializeIndexValue(uint32_t index, bool allowAtom = false) {
MOZ_ASSERT(JSString::isLinear());
MOZ_ASSERT_IF(hasIndexValue(), getIndexValue() == index);
MOZ_ASSERT_IF(!allowAtom, !isAtom());
if (hasIndexValue() || index > UINT16_MAX) {
return;
}
mozilla::DebugOnly<uint32_t> containedIndex;
MOZ_ASSERT(isIndexSlow(&containedIndex));
MOZ_ASSERT(index == containedIndex);
setFlagBit((index << INDEX_VALUE_SHIFT) | INDEX_VALUE_BIT);
MOZ_ASSERT(getIndexValue() == index);
}
/*
* Returns a property name represented by this string, or null on failure.
* You must verify that this is not an index per isIndex before calling
* this method.
*/
inline js::PropertyName* toPropertyName(JSContext* cx);
// Make sure chars are not in the nursery, mallocing and copying if necessary.
// Should only be called during minor GC on a string that has been promoted
// to the tenured heap and may still point to nursery-allocated chars.
template <typename CharT>
inline size_t maybeMallocCharsOnPromotion(js::Nursery* nursery);
inline void finalize(JS::GCContext* gcx);
inline size_t allocSize() const;
#if defined(DEBUG) || defined(JS_JITSPEW) || defined(JS_CACHEIR_SPEW)
void dumpOwnRepresentationFields(js::JSONPrinter& json) const;
#endif
// Make a partially-initialized string safe for finalization.
inline void disownCharsBecauseError();
};
static_assert(sizeof(JSLinearString) == sizeof(JSString),
"string subclasses must be binary-compatible with JSString");
class JSDependentString : public JSLinearString {
friend class JSString;
friend class js::gc::CellAllocator;
JSDependentString(JSLinearString* base, size_t start, size_t length);
// For JIT string allocation.
JSDependentString() = default;
/* Vacuous and therefore unimplemented. */
bool isDependent() const = delete;
JSDependentString& asDependent() const = delete;
/* The offset of this string's chars in base->chars(). */
MOZ_ALWAYS_INLINE size_t baseOffset() const {
MOZ_ASSERT(JSString::isDependent());
JS::AutoCheckCannotGC nogc;
size_t offset;
if (hasTwoByteChars()) {
offset = twoByteChars(nogc) - base()->twoByteChars(nogc);
} else {
offset = latin1Chars(nogc) - base()->latin1Chars(nogc);
}
MOZ_ASSERT(offset < base()->length());
return offset;
}
public:
// This will always return a dependent string, and will assert if the chars
// could fit into an inline string.
static inline JSLinearString* new_(JSContext* cx, JSLinearString* base,
size_t start, size_t length,
js::gc::Heap heap);
template <typename T>
void relocateNonInlineChars(T chars, size_t offset) {
setNonInlineChars(chars + offset);
}
inline JSLinearString* rootBaseDuringMinorGC();
template <typename CharT>
inline void sweepTypedAfterMinorGC();
inline void sweepAfterMinorGC();
#if defined(DEBUG) || defined(JS_JITSPEW) || defined(JS_CACHEIR_SPEW)
void dumpOwnRepresentationFields(js::JSONPrinter& json) const;
#endif
private:
// To help avoid writing Spectre-unsafe code, we only allow MacroAssembler
// to call the method below.
friend class js::jit::MacroAssembler;
inline static size_t offsetOfBase() {
return offsetof(JSDependentString, d.s.u3.base);
}
};
static_assert(sizeof(JSDependentString) == sizeof(JSString),
"string subclasses must be binary-compatible with JSString");
class JSAtomRefString : public JSDependentString {
friend class JSString;
friend class js::gc::CellAllocator;
friend class js::jit::MacroAssembler;
public:
inline static size_t offsetOfAtom() {
return offsetof(JSAtomRefString, d.s.u3.atom);
}
};
static_assert(sizeof(JSAtomRefString) == sizeof(JSString),
"string subclasses must be binary-compatible with JSString");
class JSExtensibleString : public JSLinearString {
/* Vacuous and therefore unimplemented. */
bool isExtensible() const = delete;
JSExtensibleString& asExtensible() const = delete;
public:
MOZ_ALWAYS_INLINE
size_t capacity() const {
MOZ_ASSERT(JSString::isExtensible());
return d.s.u3.capacity;
}
#if defined(DEBUG) || defined(JS_JITSPEW) || defined(JS_CACHEIR_SPEW)
void dumpOwnRepresentationFields(js::JSONPrinter& json) const;
#endif
};
static_assert(sizeof(JSExtensibleString) == sizeof(JSString),
"string subclasses must be binary-compatible with JSString");
class JSInlineString : public JSLinearString {
public:
MOZ_ALWAYS_INLINE
const JS::Latin1Char* latin1Chars(const JS::AutoRequireNoGC& nogc) const {
MOZ_ASSERT(JSString::isInline());
MOZ_ASSERT(hasLatin1Chars());
return d.inlineStorageLatin1;
}
MOZ_ALWAYS_INLINE
const char16_t* twoByteChars(const JS::AutoRequireNoGC& nogc) const {
MOZ_ASSERT(JSString::isInline());
MOZ_ASSERT(hasTwoByteChars());
return d.inlineStorageTwoByte;
}
template <typename CharT>
static bool lengthFits(size_t length);
#if defined(DEBUG) || defined(JS_JITSPEW) || defined(JS_CACHEIR_SPEW)
void dumpOwnRepresentationFields(js::JSONPrinter& json) const;
#endif
private:
// To help avoid writing Spectre-unsafe code, we only allow MacroAssembler
// to call the method below.
friend class js::jit::MacroAssembler;
static size_t offsetOfInlineStorage() {
return offsetof(JSInlineString, d.inlineStorageTwoByte);
}
};
static_assert(sizeof(JSInlineString) == sizeof(JSString),
"string subclasses must be binary-compatible with JSString");
/*
* On 32-bit platforms, JSThinInlineString can store 8 Latin1 characters or 4
* TwoByte characters inline. On 64-bit platforms, these numbers are 16 and 8,
* respectively.
*/
class JSThinInlineString : public JSInlineString {
friend class js::gc::CellAllocator;
// The constructors return a mutable pointer to the data, because the first
// thing any creator will do is copy in the string value. This also
// conveniently allows doing overload resolution on CharT.
explicit JSThinInlineString(size_t length, JS::Latin1Char** chars);
explicit JSThinInlineString(size_t length, char16_t** chars);
// For JIT string allocation.
JSThinInlineString() = default;
public:
static constexpr size_t InlineBytes = NUM_INLINE_CHARS_LATIN1;
static const size_t MAX_LENGTH_LATIN1 = NUM_INLINE_CHARS_LATIN1;
static const size_t MAX_LENGTH_TWO_BYTE = NUM_INLINE_CHARS_TWO_BYTE;
template <js::AllowGC allowGC>
static inline JSThinInlineString* new_(JSContext* cx, js::gc::Heap heap);
template <typename CharT>
static bool lengthFits(size_t length);
};
static_assert(sizeof(JSThinInlineString) == sizeof(JSString),
"string subclasses must be binary-compatible with JSString");
/*
* On both 32-bit and 64-bit platforms, MAX_LENGTH_TWO_BYTE is 12 and
* MAX_LENGTH_LATIN1 is 24. This is deliberate, in order to minimize potential
* performance differences between 32-bit and 64-bit platforms.
*
* There are still some differences due to NUM_INLINE_CHARS_* being different.
* E.g. TwoByte strings of length 5--8 will be JSFatInlineStrings on 32-bit
* platforms and JSThinInlineStrings on 64-bit platforms. But the more
* significant transition from inline strings to non-inline strings occurs at
* length 12 (for TwoByte strings) and 24 (Latin1 strings) on both 32-bit and
* 64-bit platforms.
*/
class JSFatInlineString : public JSInlineString {
friend class js::gc::CellAllocator;
static const size_t INLINE_EXTENSION_CHARS_LATIN1 =
24 - NUM_INLINE_CHARS_LATIN1;
static const size_t INLINE_EXTENSION_CHARS_TWO_BYTE =
12 - NUM_INLINE_CHARS_TWO_BYTE;
// The constructors return a mutable pointer to the data, because the first
// thing any creator will do is copy in the string value. This also
// conveniently allows doing overload resolution on CharT.
explicit JSFatInlineString(size_t length, JS::Latin1Char** chars);
explicit JSFatInlineString(size_t length, char16_t** chars);
// For JIT string allocation.
JSFatInlineString() = default;
protected: /* to fool clang into not warning this is unused */
union {
char inlineStorageExtensionLatin1[INLINE_EXTENSION_CHARS_LATIN1];
char16_t inlineStorageExtensionTwoByte[INLINE_EXTENSION_CHARS_TWO_BYTE];
};
public:
template <js::AllowGC allowGC>
static inline JSFatInlineString* new_(JSContext* cx, js::gc::Heap heap);
static const size_t MAX_LENGTH_LATIN1 =
JSString::NUM_INLINE_CHARS_LATIN1 + INLINE_EXTENSION_CHARS_LATIN1;
static const size_t MAX_LENGTH_TWO_BYTE =
JSString::NUM_INLINE_CHARS_TWO_BYTE + INLINE_EXTENSION_CHARS_TWO_BYTE;
template <typename CharT>
static bool lengthFits(size_t length);
// Only called by the GC for strings with the AllocKind::FAT_INLINE_STRING
// kind.
MOZ_ALWAYS_INLINE void finalize(JS::GCContext* gcx);
};
static_assert(sizeof(JSFatInlineString) % js::gc::CellAlignBytes == 0,
"fat inline strings shouldn't waste space up to the next cell "
"boundary");
class JSExternalString : public JSLinearString {
friend class js::gc::CellAllocator;
JSExternalString(const JS::Latin1Char* chars, size_t length,
const JSExternalStringCallbacks* callbacks);
JSExternalString(const char16_t* chars, size_t length,
const JSExternalStringCallbacks* callbacks);
/* Vacuous and therefore unimplemented. */
bool isExternal() const = delete;
JSExternalString& asExternal() const = delete;
template <typename CharT>
static inline JSExternalString* newImpl(
JSContext* cx, const CharT* chars, size_t length,
const JSExternalStringCallbacks* callbacks);
public:
static inline JSExternalString* new_(
JSContext* cx, const JS::Latin1Char* chars, size_t length,
const JSExternalStringCallbacks* callbacks);
static inline JSExternalString* new_(
JSContext* cx, const char16_t* chars, size_t length,
const JSExternalStringCallbacks* callbacks);
const JSExternalStringCallbacks* callbacks() const {
MOZ_ASSERT(JSString::isExternal());
return d.s.u3.externalCallbacks;
}
// External chars are never allocated inline or in the nursery, so we can
// safely expose this without requiring an AutoCheckCannotGC argument.
const JS::Latin1Char* latin1Chars() const { return rawLatin1Chars(); }
const char16_t* twoByteChars() const { return rawTwoByteChars(); }
// Only called by the GC for strings with the AllocKind::EXTERNAL_STRING
// kind.
inline void finalize(JS::GCContext* gcx);
#if defined(DEBUG) || defined(JS_JITSPEW) || defined(JS_CACHEIR_SPEW)
void dumpOwnRepresentationFields(js::JSONPrinter& json) const;
#endif
};
static_assert(sizeof(JSExternalString) == sizeof(JSString),
"string subclasses must be binary-compatible with JSString");
class JSAtom : public JSLinearString {
/* Vacuous and therefore unimplemented. */
bool isAtom() const = delete;
JSAtom& asAtom() const = delete;
public:
template <typename CharT>
static inline JSAtom* newValidLength(
JSContext* cx, js::UniquePtr<CharT[], JS::FreePolicy> chars,
size_t length, js::HashNumber hash);
/* Returns the PropertyName for this. isIndex() must be false. */
inline js::PropertyName* asPropertyName();
MOZ_ALWAYS_INLINE
bool isPermanent() const { return JSString::isPermanentAtom(); }
MOZ_ALWAYS_INLINE
void makePermanent() {
MOZ_ASSERT(JSString::isAtom());
setFlagBit(PERMANENT_ATOM_MASK);
}
MOZ_ALWAYS_INLINE bool isIndex() const {
MOZ_ASSERT(JSString::isAtom());
mozilla::DebugOnly<uint32_t> index;
MOZ_ASSERT(!!(flags() & ATOM_IS_INDEX_BIT) == isIndexSlow(&index));
return flags() & ATOM_IS_INDEX_BIT;
}
MOZ_ALWAYS_INLINE bool isIndex(uint32_t* index) const {
MOZ_ASSERT(JSString::isAtom());
if (!isIndex()) {
return false;
}
*index = hasIndexValue() ? getIndexValue() : getIndexSlow();
return true;
}
uint32_t getIndexSlow() const;
void setIsIndex(uint32_t index) {
MOZ_ASSERT(JSString::isAtom());
setFlagBit(ATOM_IS_INDEX_BIT);
maybeInitializeIndexValue(index, /* allowAtom = */ true);
}
MOZ_ALWAYS_INLINE bool isPinned() const { return flags() & PINNED_ATOM_BIT; }
void setPinned() {
MOZ_ASSERT(!isPinned());
setFlagBit(PINNED_ATOM_BIT);
}
inline js::HashNumber hash() const;
inline void initHash(js::HashNumber hash);
template <typename CharT>
static bool lengthFitsInline(size_t length);
#if defined(DEBUG) || defined(JS_JITSPEW) || defined(JS_CACHEIR_SPEW)
void dump(js::GenericPrinter& out);
void dump();
#endif
};
namespace js {
class NormalAtom : public JSAtom {
friend class gc::CellAllocator;
protected:
static constexpr size_t ExtensionBytes =
js::gc::CellAlignBytes - sizeof(js::HashNumber);
char inlineStorage_[ExtensionBytes];
HashNumber hash_;
// For subclasses to call.
explicit NormalAtom(js::HashNumber hash) : hash_(hash) {}
// Out of line atoms, mimicking JSLinearString constructors.
NormalAtom(const char16_t* chars, size_t length, js::HashNumber hash);
NormalAtom(const JS::Latin1Char* chars, size_t length, js::HashNumber hash);
public:
HashNumber hash() const { return hash_; }
void initHash(HashNumber hash) { hash_ = hash; }
static constexpr size_t offsetOfHash() { return offsetof(NormalAtom, hash_); }
};
static_assert(sizeof(NormalAtom) ==
js::RoundUp(sizeof(JSString) + sizeof(js::HashNumber),
js::gc::CellAlignBytes),
"NormalAtom must have size of a string + HashNumber, "
"aligned to gc::CellAlignBytes");
class ThinInlineAtom : public NormalAtom {
friend class gc::CellAllocator;
public:
static constexpr size_t MAX_LENGTH_LATIN1 =
NUM_INLINE_CHARS_LATIN1 + ExtensionBytes / sizeof(JS::Latin1Char);
static constexpr size_t MAX_LENGTH_TWO_BYTE =
NUM_INLINE_CHARS_TWO_BYTE + ExtensionBytes / sizeof(char16_t);
#ifdef JS_64BIT
// Fat and Thin inline atoms are the same size. Only use fat.
static constexpr bool EverInstantiated = false;
#else
static constexpr bool EverInstantiated = true;
#endif
protected:
// Mimicking JSThinInlineString constructors.
#ifdef JS_64BIT
ThinInlineAtom(size_t length, JS::Latin1Char** chars,
js::HashNumber hash) = delete;
ThinInlineAtom(size_t length, char16_t** chars, js::HashNumber hash) = delete;
#else
ThinInlineAtom(size_t length, JS::Latin1Char** chars, js::HashNumber hash);
ThinInlineAtom(size_t length, char16_t** chars, js::HashNumber hash);
#endif
public:
template <typename CharT>
static bool lengthFits(size_t length) {
if constexpr (sizeof(CharT) == sizeof(JS::Latin1Char)) {
return length <= MAX_LENGTH_LATIN1;
} else {
return length <= MAX_LENGTH_TWO_BYTE;
}
}
};
// FatInlineAtom is basically a JSFatInlineString, except it has a hash value in
// the last word that reduces the inline char storage.
class FatInlineAtom : public JSAtom {
friend class gc::CellAllocator;
// The space available for storing inline characters. It's the same amount of
// space as a JSFatInlineString, except we take the hash value out of it.
static constexpr size_t InlineBytes = sizeof(JSFatInlineString) -
sizeof(JSString::Base) -
sizeof(js::HashNumber);
static constexpr size_t ExtensionBytes =
InlineBytes - JSThinInlineString::InlineBytes;
public:
static constexpr size_t MAX_LENGTH_LATIN1 =
InlineBytes / sizeof(JS::Latin1Char);
static constexpr size_t MAX_LENGTH_TWO_BYTE = InlineBytes / sizeof(char16_t);
protected: // Silence Clang unused-field warning.
char inlineStorage_[ExtensionBytes];
HashNumber hash_;
// Mimicking JSFatInlineString constructors.
explicit FatInlineAtom(size_t length, JS::Latin1Char** chars,
js::HashNumber hash);
explicit FatInlineAtom(size_t length, char16_t** chars, js::HashNumber hash);
public:
HashNumber hash() const { return hash_; }
void initHash(HashNumber hash) { hash_ = hash; }
inline void finalize(JS::GCContext* gcx);
static constexpr size_t offsetOfHash() {
static_assert(
sizeof(FatInlineAtom) ==
js::RoundUp(sizeof(JSThinInlineString) +
FatInlineAtom::ExtensionBytes + sizeof(HashNumber),
gc::CellAlignBytes),
"FatInlineAtom must have size of a thin inline string + "
"extension bytes if any + HashNumber, "
"aligned to gc::CellAlignBytes");
return offsetof(FatInlineAtom, hash_);
}
template <typename CharT>
static bool lengthFits(size_t length) {
return length * sizeof(CharT) <= InlineBytes;
}
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