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Re: [PATCH] Add a character size parameter to c_strlen/get_range_strlen
On 08/21/2018 09:59 AM, Jeff Law wrote:
On 08/21/2018 09:57 AM, Martin Sebor wrote:
On 08/21/2018 02:59 AM, Richard Biener wrote:
On Tue, 21 Aug 2018, Bernd Edlinger wrote:
gcc -S -O2 -Wall -Wformat-overflow -ftrack-macro-expansion=0
builtin-sprintf-warn-20.c: In function 'test':
builtin-sprintf-warn-20.c:19:39: warning: hex escape sequence out of
19 | ? (char*)L"\x4142\x4344" : (char*)L"\x41424344\x45464748";
Hmm, this test might create some noise on short-wchar targets.
I would prefer a warning here, about the wrong type of the parameter.
The buffer overflow is only a secondary thing.
For constant objects like those, the GIMPLE type is still guaranteed
to be reliable,
TREE_TYPE of tcc_declaration and tcc_constant trees should more-or-less
(minus qualifications not affecting semantics) be those set by
A warning for these cases should be relatively straightforward
to add to the sprintf pass. It would require c_strlen() to return
the type of the string argument to the caller. That way sprintf's
format_string() function could compare the string type to the
expected type of the directive.
Umm, why would c_strlen need to return that? We should be able to get
to it directly from the argument?!? What am I missing here?
The sprintf pass sees the type of the argument. In the literal
case above the cast is folded away and so sprintf does see
the type of the argument. In more interesting cases like
the one below it sees the type of the argument (i.e., wchar_t*)
but c_strlen() has the smarts to get at the underlying object:
const char a = "1234";
int f (int i)
__WCHAR_TYPE__ *p = a;
return __builtin_snprintf (0, 0, "%ls", &p[i]);