ada: Fix missing call to Finalize_Protection for simple protected objects There is a glitch in Exp_Ch7.Build_Finalizer causing the finalizer to do nothing for simple protected objects. The change also removes redundant calls to the Is_Simple_Protected_Type predicate and fixes a minor inconsistency between Requires_Cleanup_Actions and Build_Finalizer for this case. gcc/ada/ * exp_ch7.adb (Build_Finalizer.Process_Declarations): Remove call to Is_Simple_Protected_Type as redundant. (Build_Finalizer.Process_Object_Declaration): Do not retrieve the corresponding record type for simple protected objects. Make the flow of control more explicit in their specific processing. * exp_util.adb (Requires_Cleanup_Actions): Return false for simple protected objects present in library-level package bodies for the sake of consistency with Build_Finalizer and remove call to Is_Simple_Protected_Type as redundant.
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ada: Fix deferred constant wrongly rejected This recent regression occurs when the nominal subtype of the constant is a discriminated record type with default discriminants. gcc/ada/ PR ada/110488 * sem_ch3.adb (Analyze_Object_Declaration): Do not build a default subtype for a deferred constant in the definite case too.
ada: Fix missing finalization of extended return object on abnormal completion This happens in the case of a nonlimited return type and is a fallout of the optimization recently implemented for them. gcc/ada/ * einfo.ads (Status_Flag_Or_Transient_Decl): Remove ??? comment. * exp_ch6.adb (Expand_N_Extended_Return_Statement): Extend the handling of finalizable return objects to the non-BIP case. * exp_ch7.adb (Build_Finalizer.Process_Declarations): Adjust the comment accordingly. * exp_util.adb (Requires_Cleanup_Actions): Likewise.
ada: Fix unnesting generated loops with nested finalization procedure The compiler can generate loops for creating array aggregates, for example used during the initialization of variable. If the component type of the array element requires finalization, the compiler also creates a block and a nested procedure that need to be correctly unnested if unnesting is enabled. During the unnesting transformation, the scopes for these inner blocks need to be fixed and set to the enclosing loop entity. gcc/ada/ * exp_ch7.adb (Contains_Subprogram): Recursively search for subp in loop's statements. (Unnest_Loop)<Fixup_Inner_Scopes>: New. (Unnest_Loop): Rename local variable for more clarity. * exp_unst.ads: Refresh comment.
ada: Define CHERI exception types These exception types map to the CHERI hardware exceptions that are triggered due to misuse of capabilities. gcc/ada/ * libgnat/i-cheri.ads (Capability_Bound_Error) (Capability_Permission_Error, Capability_Sealed_Error) (Capability_Tag_Error): New, define CHERI exception types.
ada: Dimensional analysis when used with elementary functions gcc/ada/ * doc/gnat_ugn/gnat_and_program_execution.rst: Add more details on using Generic Elementary Functions with dimensional analysis. * gnat_ugn.texi: Regenerate.
ada: Add CHERI variant of System.Stream_Attributes Reading and writing System.Address to a stream on CHERI targets does not preserve the capability tag; it will always be invalid since a valid capability cannot be created out of thin air. Reading an Address from a stream would therefore never yield a capability that can be dereferenced. This patch introduces a CHERI variant of System.Stream_Attributes that raises Program_Error when attempting to read a System.Address from a stream. gcc/ada/ * libgnat/s-stratt__cheri.adb: New file
ada: Update personality function for CHERI purecap This makes two changes to the GNAT personality function to reflect differences for pure capability CHERI/Morello. The first is to use __builtin_code_address_from_pointer to drop the LSB from Morello code pointers when searching through call-site tables (without this we would never find the right landing pad when unwinding). The second change is to reflect the change in the exception table format for pure-capability Morello where the landing pad is a capability indirected by an offset in the call-site table. gcc/ada/ * raise-gcc.c (get_ip_from_context): Adapt for CHERI purecap (get_call_site_action_for): Adapt for CHERI purecap
ada: Fix conversions between addresses and integers On CHERI targets the size of System.Address and Integer_Address (or similar) are not the same. The operations in System.Storage_Elements should be used to convert between integers and addresses. gcc/ada/ * libgnat/a-tags.adb (To_Tag): Use System.Storage_Elements for integer to address conversion. * libgnat/s-putima.adb (Put_Image_Pointer): Likewise.
ada: TSS finalize address subprogram generation for constrained... ...subtypes of unconstrained synchronized private extensions should take care to designate the corresponding record of the underlying concurrent type. When generating TSS finalize address subprograms for class-wide types of constrained root types, it follows the parent chain looking for the first "non-constrained" type. It is possible that such a type is a private extension with the “synchronized” keyword, in which case the underlying type is a concurrent type. When that happens, the designated type of the finalize address subprogram should be the corresponding record’s class-wide-type. gcc/ada/ChangeLog: * exp_ch3.adb (Expand_Freeze_Class_Wide_Type): Expanded comments explaining why TSS Finalize_Address is not generated for concurrent class-wide types. * exp_ch7.adb (Make_Finalize_Address_Stmts): Handle cases where the underlying non-constrained parent type is a concurrent type, and adjust the designated type to be the corresponding record’s class-wide type. gcc/testsuite/ChangeLog: * gnat.dg/sync_tag_finalize.adb: New test. Signed-off-by: Richard Wai <[email protected]>
ada: Refine upper array bound for bit packed array When using bit-packed arrays, the compiler creates new array subtypes of 1-bit component indexed by integers. The existing routine checks the index subtype to find the min/max values. Bit-packed arrays being indexed by integers, the routines gives up as returning the maximum possible integer carries no useful information. This change adds a simple max_value routine that can evaluate very simple expressions by substituting variables by their min/max value. Bit-packed array subtypes are currently declared as: subtype bp_array is packed_bytes1 (0 .. integer((1 * Var + 7) / 8 - 1)); The simple max_value evaluator handles the bare minimum for this expression pattern. gcc/ada/ChangeLog: * gcc-interface/utils.cc (max_value): New. * gcc-interface/gigi.h (max_value): New. * gcc-interface/decl.cc (gnat_to_gnu_entity) <E_Array_Subtype>: When computing gnu_min/gnu_max, try to use max_value if there is an initial expression.