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Patch: PR java/9685, 13098, 15073 - Catch Illegal Package-PrivateAccesses


Hi,

    This patch is a revision of my proposed fix for
PR java/9685 to accommodate my proposed fix for
PR java/15073. Doing this allows me to remove the
kludge in my previous patch to not_accessible_p()
in parse.y to take care of TYPE_DECLs being passed
to it, despite it being present only to handle
fields/methods - classes and interfaces are supposed
to be handled by check_pkg_class_access().

The previous patch and subsequent discussion about
it can be found in:

Bootstrapped with no regressions (libjava) on
i686-pc-linux-gnu. The Jacks testsuite shows 5
additional successes and 2 new failures because of
this patch - see the above thread for discussion
on this.

PR java/13098 is essentially a duplicate of 9685.

Ok for mainline?

Ranjit.

Index: ChangeLog
from  Ranjit Mathew  <rmathew@hotmail.com>

	Fixes PR java/9685, PR java/13098, PR java/15073
	* parse.y (accessibility_string): New method.
	(not_accessible_field_error): Use accessibility_string()
	instead of java_accstring_lookup().
	(resolve_qualified_expression_name): Check with
	check_pkg_class_access() before allowing access using
	qualified names.
	Fix comment typo.
	Use check_pkg_class_access() instead of not_accessible_p()
	for unqualified types.
	(not_accessible_p): Use DECL_CONTEXT (member) instead of
	REFERENCE for package-private access checking.
	(patch_method_invocation): Use accessibility_string() instead
	of java_accstring_lookup().

Index: parse.y
===================================================================
--- parse.y	2004-04-24 20:43:39.000000000 +0530
+++ parse.y	2004-04-24 22:32:10.000000000 +0530
@@ -76,6 +76,7 @@ definitions and other extensions.  */

 /* Local function prototypes */
 static char *java_accstring_lookup (int);
+static const char *accessibility_string (int);
 static void  classitf_redefinition_error (const char *,tree, tree, tree);
 static void  variable_redefinition_error (tree, tree, tree, int);
 static tree  create_class (int, tree, tree, tree);
@@ -3182,7 +3183,7 @@ not_accessible_field_error (tree wfl, tr
 {
   parse_error_context
     (wfl, "Can't access %s field `%s.%s' from `%s'",
-     java_accstring_lookup (get_access_flags_from_decl (decl)),
+     accessibility_string (get_access_flags_from_decl (decl)),
      GET_TYPE_NAME (DECL_CONTEXT (decl)),
      IDENTIFIER_POINTER (DECL_NAME (decl)),
      IDENTIFIER_POINTER (DECL_NAME (TYPE_NAME (current_class))));
@@ -3228,6 +3229,22 @@ java_accstring_lookup (int flags)
 #undef COPY_RETURN
 }

+/* Returns a string denoting the accessibility of a class or a member as
+   indicated by FLAGS.  We need a separate function from
+   java_accstring_lookup, as the latter can return spurious "static", etc.
+   if package-private access is defined (in which case none of the
+   relevant access control bits in FLAGS is set).  */
+
+static const char *
+accessibility_string (int flags)
+{
+  if (flags & ACC_PRIVATE) return "private";
+  if (flags & ACC_PROTECTED) return "protected";
+  if (flags & ACC_PUBLIC) return "public";
+
+  return "package-private";
+}
+
 /* Issuing error messages upon redefinition of classes, interfaces or
    variables. */

@@ -9819,6 +9836,8 @@ resolve_qualified_expression_name (tree
 	      tree list;
 	      *where_found = decl;

+	      check_pkg_class_access (DECL_NAME (decl), qual_wfl, true);
+
 	      /* We want to be absolutely sure that the class is laid
                  out. We're going to search something inside it. */
 	      *type_found = type = TREE_TYPE (decl);
@@ -9859,8 +9878,8 @@ resolve_qualified_expression_name (tree
 	  decl = QUAL_RESOLUTION (q);

 	  /* Sneak preview. If next we see a `new', we're facing a
-	     qualification with resulted in a type being selected
-	     instead of a field.  Report the error */
+	     qualification which resulted in a type being selected
+	     instead of a field.  Report the error.  */
 	  if(TREE_CHAIN (q)
 	     && TREE_CODE (TREE_PURPOSE (TREE_CHAIN (q))) == NEW_CLASS_EXPR)
 	    {
@@ -9869,15 +9888,8 @@ resolve_qualified_expression_name (tree
 	      return 1;
 	    }

-	  if (not_accessible_p (TREE_TYPE (decl), decl, type, 0))
-	    {
-	      parse_error_context
-		(qual_wfl, "Can't access %s class '%s' from '%s'",
-		 java_accstring_lookup (get_access_flags_from_decl (decl)),
-		 IDENTIFIER_POINTER (DECL_NAME (decl)),
-		 IDENTIFIER_POINTER (DECL_NAME (TYPE_NAME (current_class))));
-	      return 1;
-	    }
+	  check_pkg_class_access (DECL_NAME (decl), qual_wfl, true);
+
 	  check_deprecation (qual_wfl, decl);

 	  type = TREE_TYPE (decl);
@@ -10140,14 +10152,9 @@ not_accessible_p (tree reference, tree m
       return 1;
     }

-  /* Default access are permitted only when occurring within the
-     package in which the type (REFERENCE) is declared. In other words,
-     REFERENCE is defined in the current package */
-  if (ctxp->package)
-    return !class_in_current_package (reference);
-
-  /* Otherwise, access is granted */
-  return 0;
+  /* Default access is permitted only when occurring from within the
+     package in which the context (MEMBER) is declared.  */
+  return !class_in_current_package (DECL_CONTEXT (member));
 }

 /* Test deprecated decl access.  */
@@ -10540,7 +10547,7 @@ patch_method_invocation (tree patch, tre
     {
       const char *const fct_name = IDENTIFIER_POINTER (DECL_NAME (list));
       const char *const access =
-	java_accstring_lookup (get_access_flags_from_decl (list));
+	accessibility_string (get_access_flags_from_decl (list));
       const char *const klass =
 	IDENTIFIER_POINTER (DECL_NAME (TYPE_NAME (DECL_CONTEXT (list))));
       const char *const refklass =


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