[PATCH] analyzer: Impose recursion limit on indirect calls.

Martin Liška mliska@suse.cz
Wed Aug 25 13:54:53 GMT 2021

On 8/25/21 15:22, David Malcolm via Gcc-patches wrote:
> On Wed, 2021-08-25 at 13:39 +0530, Ankur Saini wrote:
>> This should also fix the failing regression found in PR
>> analyzer/101980.
>> - The patch is in sync with current master
>> - successfully bootstrapped and tested on x86_64-linux-gnu.
> The patch is OK for trunk.
> Thanks for fixing this
> Dave


Quite accidentally, but I noticed the patch violates GNU coding style:

$ git show 43a5d46feabd93ba78983919234f05f5fc9a0982 | ./contrib/check_GNU_style.py -

=== ERROR type #1: blocks of 8 spaces should be replaced with tabs (8 error(s)) ===

gcc/analyzer/engine.cc:3064:0:████████ that exceed it further.

gcc/analyzer/engine.cc:3065:0:████████ This is something of a blunt workaround, but it only

gcc/analyzer/engine.cc:3066:0:████████ applies to recursion (and mutual recursion), not to

gcc/analyzer/engine.cc:3067:0:████████ general call stacks.  */

gcc/analyzer/engine.cc:3069:0:████████  > param_analyzer_max_recursion_depth)

gcc/analyzer/engine.cc:3071:0:████████if (logger)

gcc/analyzer/engine.cc:3072:0:████████  logger->log ("rejecting call edge: recursion limit exceeded");

gcc/analyzer/engine.cc:3073:0:████████return false;


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