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;;;; This file is for compiler tests which have side effects (e.g.
;;;; executing DEFUN) but which don't need any special side-effecting
;;;; environmental stuff (e.g. DECLAIM of particular optimization
;;;; settings). Similar tests which *do* expect special settings may
;;;; be in files compiler-1.impure.lisp, compiler-2.impure.lisp, etc.
;;;; This software is part of the SBCL system. See the README file for
;;;; more information.
;;;;
;;;; While most of SBCL is derived from the CMU CL system, the test
;;;; files (like this one) were written from scratch after the fork
;;;; from CMU CL.
;;;;
;;;; This software is in the public domain and is provided with
;;;; absolutely no warranty. See the COPYING and CREDITS files for
;;;; more information.
(cl:in-package :cl-user)
;;; In sbcl-0.6.10, Douglas Brebner reported that (SETF EXTERN-ALIEN)
;;; was messed up so badly that trying to execute expressions like
;;; this signalled an error.
(setf (sb-alien:extern-alien "current_control_stack_pointer" sb-alien:unsigned)
(sb-alien:extern-alien "current_control_stack_pointer" sb-alien:unsigned))
;;; bug 133, fixed in 0.7.0.5: Somewhere in 0.pre7.*, C void returns
;;; were broken ("unable to use values types here") when
;;; auto-PROCLAIM-of-return-value was added to DEFINE-ALIEN-ROUTINE.
(sb-alien:define-alien-routine ("free" free) void (ptr (* t) :in))
;;; Types of alien functions were being incorrectly DECLAIMED when
;;; docstrings were included in the definition until sbcl-0.7.6.15.
(sb-alien:define-alien-routine ("getenv" ftype-correctness) c-string
"docstring"
(name c-string))
(multiple-value-bind (function warningsp failurep)
(compile nil '(lambda () (ftype-correctness)))
(assert warningsp))
(multiple-value-bind (function warningsp failurep)
(compile nil '(lambda () (ftype-correctness "FOO")))
(assert (not warningsp)))
(multiple-value-bind (function warningsp failurep)
(compile nil '(lambda () (ftype-correctness "FOO" "BAR")))
(assert warningsp))
;;; This used to break due to too eager auxiliary type twiddling in
;;; parse-alien-record-type.
(defparameter *maybe* nil)
(defun with-alien-test-for-struct-plus-funcall ()
(with-alien ((x (struct bar (x unsigned) (y unsigned)))
;; bogus definition, but we just need the symbol
(f (function int (* (struct bar))) :extern "printf"))
(when *maybe*
(alien-funcall f (addr x)))))
;;; Mutually referent structures
(define-alien-type struct.1 (struct struct.1 (x (* (struct struct.2))) (y int)))
(define-alien-type struct.2 (struct struct.2 (x (* (struct struct.1))) (y int)))
(let ((s1 (make-alien struct.1))
(s2 (make-alien struct.2)))
(setf (slot s1 'x) s2
(slot s2 'x) s1
(slot (slot s1 'x) 'y) 1
(slot (slot s2 'x) 'y) 2)
(assert (= 1 (slot (slot s1 'x) 'y)))
(assert (= 2 (slot (slot s2 'x) 'y))))
;;; "Alien bug" on sbcl-devel 2004-10-11 by Thomas F. Burdick caused
;;; by recursive struct definition.
(let ((fname "alien-bug-2004-10-11.tmp.lisp"))
(unwind-protect
(progn
(with-open-file (f fname :direction :output)
(mapc (lambda (form) (print form f))
'((defpackage :alien-bug
(:use :cl :sb-alien))
(in-package :alien-bug)
(define-alien-type objc-class
(struct objc-class
(protocols
(* (struct protocol-list
(list (array (* (struct objc-class))))))))))))
(load fname)
(load fname)
(load (compile-file fname))
(load (compile-file fname)))
(delete-file (compile-file-pathname fname))
(delete-file fname)))
;;; enumerations with only one enum resulted in division-by-zero
;;; reported on sbcl-help 2004-11-16 by John Morrison
(define-alien-type enum.1 (enum nil (:val0 0)))
(define-alien-type enum.2 (enum nil (zero 0) (one 1) (two 2) (three 3)
(four 4) (five 5) (six 6) (seven 7)
(eight 8) (nine 9)))
(with-alien ((integer-array (array integer 3)))
(let ((enum-array (cast integer-array (array enum.2 3))))
(setf (deref enum-array 0) 'three
(deref enum-array 1) 'four)
(setf (deref integer-array 2) (+ (deref integer-array 0)
(deref integer-array 1)))
(assert (eql (deref enum-array 2) 'seven))))
;; The code that is used for mapping from integers to symbols depends on the
;; `density' of the set of used integers, so test with a sparse set as well.
(define-alien-type enum.3 (enum nil (zero 0) (one 1) (k-one 1001) (k-two 1002)))
(with-alien ((integer-array (array integer 3)))
(let ((enum-array (cast integer-array (array enum.3 3))))
(setf (deref enum-array 0) 'one
(deref enum-array 1) 'k-one)
(setf (deref integer-array 2) (+ (deref integer-array 0)
(deref integer-array 1)))
(assert (eql (deref enum-array 2) 'k-two))))
;;; success
(quit :unix-status 104)