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r123594 - /trunk/gcc/ada/sem_ch4.adb
- From: charlet at gcc dot gnu dot org
- To: gcc-cvs at gcc dot gnu dot org
- Date: Fri, 06 Apr 2007 09:26:20 -0000
- Subject: r123594 - /trunk/gcc/ada/sem_ch4.adb
Date: Fri Apr 6 10:26:20 2007
New Revision: 123594
2007-04-06 Ed Schonberg <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Bob Duff <email@example.com>
Gary Dismukes <firstname.lastname@example.org>
* sem_ch4.adb (Try_Primitive_Operation): The call is legal if the
prefix type is a discriminated subtype of the type of the formal.
(Analyze_Allocator): Collect all coextensions regardless of the context.
Whether they can be allocated statically is determined in exp_ch4.
(Analyze_Selected_Component): If the prefix is a limited view and the
non-limited view is available, use the non-limited one.
(Operator_Check): For "X'Access = Y'Access" (which is ambiguous, and
therefore illegal), suggest a qualified expression rather than a type
conversion, because a type conversion would be illegal in this context.
(Anayze_Allocator): Trace recursively all nested allocators so that all
coextensions are on the corresponding list for the root. Do no mark
coextensions if the root allocator is within a declaration for a stack-
allocated object, because the access discriminants will be allocated on
the stack as well.
(Analyze_Call): Remove restriction on calls to limited functions for the
cases of generic actuals for formal objects, defaults for formal objects
and defaults for record components.
(Analyze_Allocator): Before analysis, chain coextensions on the proper
element list. Their expansion is delayed until the enclosing allocator
is processed and its finalization list constructed.
(Try_Primitive_Operation): If the prefix is a concurrent type, looks
for an operation with the given name among the primitive operations of
the corresponding record type.
(Analyze_Selected_Component): If the prefix is a task type that
implements an interface, and there is no entry with the given name,
check whether there is another primitive operation (e.g. a function)
with that name.
(Try_Object_Operation, Analyze_One_Call, Try_Indexed_Call): Handle
properly the indexing of a function call written in prefix form, where
the function returns an array type, and all parameters of the function
except the first have defaults.
(Analyze_Equality_Op): If this is a call to an implicit inequality, keep
the original operands, rather than relocating them, for efficiency and
to work properly when an operand is overloaded.
Is_Abstract flag into Is_Abstract_Subprogram and Is_Abstract_Type.
(Analyze_Selected_Component): If the prefix is a private extension, only
scan the visible components, not those of the full view.
(Try_Primitive_Operation): If the operation is a procedure, collect all
possible interpretations, as for a function, because in the presence of
classwide parameters several primitive operations of the type can match
the given arguments.