[PATCH 03/10] tree-object-size: Use tree instead of HOST_WIDE_INT
Fri Nov 19 19:16:37 GMT 2021
On Sat, Nov 20, 2021 at 12:31:19AM +0530, Siddhesh Poyarekar wrote:
> > Neither of these are equivalent to what it used to do before.
> > If some target has e.g. pointers wider than size_t, then previously we could
> > compute bytes that doesn't fit into size_t and would return NULL which
> > eventually would result in object_sizes_execute or expand_builtin_object_size
> > resolving it to the unknown value. But fold_convert will perform modulo
> > arithmetics on it, so say if size_t is 24-bit and bytes is 0x1000001, it
> > will fold to (size_t) 1. I think we should still punt if it doesn't fit.
> > Or do we ensure that what it returns always has sizetype type?
> compute_builtin_object_size should always return sizetype. I probably
> haven't strictly ensured that but I could do that. Would it be necessary to
> check for fit in sizetype -> size_type_node conversion too? I've been
> assuming that they'd have the same precision.
sizetype and size_type_node should be indeed always the same precision.
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