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/* -*- Mode: C++; tab-width: 8; indent-tabs-mode: nil; c-basic-offset: 4 -*-
 * vim: set ts=8 sts=4 et sw=4 tw=99:
 * This Source Code Form is subject to the terms of the Mozilla Public
 * License, v. 2.0. If a copy of the MPL was not distributed with this
 * file, You can obtain one at http://mozilla.org/MPL/2.0/. */

#ifndef jsopcode_h
#define jsopcode_h

/*
 * JS bytecode definitions.
 */

#include "jsbytecode.h"
#include "jstypes.h"
#include "NamespaceImports.h"

#include "frontend/SourceNotes.h"
#include "vm/Opcodes.h"

/*
 * JS operation bytecodes.
 */
typedef enum JSOp {
#define ENUMERATE_OPCODE(op, val, ...) op = val,
FOR_EACH_OPCODE(ENUMERATE_OPCODE)
#undef ENUMERATE_OPCODE

    JSOP_LIMIT,

    /*
     * These pseudo-ops help js_DecompileValueGenerator decompile JSOP_SETPROP,
     * JSOP_SETELEM, and comprehension-tails, respectively.  They are never
     * stored in bytecode, so they don't preempt valid opcodes.
     */
    JSOP_GETPROP2 = JSOP_LIMIT,
    JSOP_GETELEM2 = JSOP_LIMIT + 1,
    JSOP_FORLOCAL = JSOP_LIMIT + 2,
    JSOP_FAKE_LIMIT = JSOP_FORLOCAL
} JSOp;

/*
 * JS bytecode formats.
 */
#define JOF_BYTE          0       /* single bytecode, no immediates */
#define JOF_JUMP          1       /* signed 16-bit jump offset immediate */
#define JOF_ATOM          2       /* unsigned 16-bit constant index */
#define JOF_UINT16        3       /* unsigned 16-bit immediate operand */
#define JOF_TABLESWITCH   4       /* table switch */
/* 5 is unused */
#define JOF_QARG          6       /* quickened get/set function argument ops */
#define JOF_LOCAL         7       /* var or block-local variable */
#define JOF_DOUBLE        8       /* uint32_t index for double value */
#define JOF_UINT24        12      /* extended unsigned 24-bit literal (index) */
#define JOF_UINT8         13      /* uint8_t immediate, e.g. top 8 bits of 24-bit
                                     atom index */
#define JOF_INT32         14      /* int32_t immediate operand */
#define JOF_OBJECT        15      /* unsigned 16-bit object index */
/* 16 is unused */
#define JOF_REGEXP        17      /* unsigned 32-bit regexp index */
#define JOF_INT8          18      /* int8_t immediate operand */
#define JOF_ATOMOBJECT    19      /* uint16_t constant index + object index */
/* 20 is unused */
#define JOF_SCOPECOORD    21      /* embedded ScopeCoordinate immediate */
#define JOF_TYPEMASK      0x001f  /* mask for above immediate types */

#define JOF_NAME          (1U<<5) /* name operation */
#define JOF_PROP          (2U<<5) /* obj.prop operation */
#define JOF_ELEM          (3U<<5) /* obj[index] operation */
#define JOF_MODEMASK      (7U<<5) /* mask for above addressing modes */
#define JOF_SET           (1U<<8) /* set (i.e., assignment) operation */
/* (1U<<9) is unused*/
/* (1U<<10) is unused*/
/* (1U<<11) is unused*/
/* (1U<<12) is unused*/
/* (1U<<13) is unused*/
#define JOF_DETECTING    (1U<<14) /* object detection for warning-quelling */
/* (1U<<15) is unused*/
#define JOF_LEFTASSOC    (1U<<16) /* left-associative operator */
/* (1U<<17) is unused */
/* (1U<<18) is unused */
/* (1U<<19) is unused*/
/* (1U<<20) is unused*/
#define JOF_INVOKE       (1U<<21) /* JSOP_CALL, JSOP_FUNCALL, JSOP_FUNAPPLY,
                                     JSOP_NEW, JSOP_EVAL */
#define JOF_TMPSLOT      (1U<<22) /* interpreter uses extra temporary slot
                                     to root intermediate objects besides
                                     the slots opcode uses */
#define JOF_TMPSLOT2     (2U<<22) /* interpreter uses extra 2 temporary slot
                                     besides the slots opcode uses */
#define JOF_TMPSLOT3     (3U<<22) /* interpreter uses extra 3 temporary slot
                                     besides the slots opcode uses */
#define JOF_TMPSLOT_SHIFT 22
#define JOF_TMPSLOT_MASK  (JS_BITMASK(2) << JOF_TMPSLOT_SHIFT)

/* (1U<<24) is unused */
#define JOF_GNAME        (1U<<25) /* predicted global name */
#define JOF_TYPESET      (1U<<26) /* has an entry in a script's type sets */
#define JOF_ARITH        (1U<<27) /* unary or binary arithmetic opcode */

/* Shorthands for type from format and type from opcode. */
#define JOF_TYPE(fmt)   ((fmt) & JOF_TYPEMASK)
#define JOF_OPTYPE(op)  JOF_TYPE(js_CodeSpec[op].format)

/* Shorthands for mode from format and mode from opcode. */
#define JOF_MODE(fmt)   ((fmt) & JOF_MODEMASK)
#define JOF_OPMODE(op)  JOF_MODE(js_CodeSpec[op].format)

/*
 * Immediate operand getters, setters, and bounds.
 */

static MOZ_ALWAYS_INLINE uint8_t
GET_UINT8(jsbytecode* pc)
{
    return (uint8_t) pc[1];
}

static MOZ_ALWAYS_INLINE void
SET_UINT8(jsbytecode* pc, uint8_t u)
{
    pc[1] = (jsbytecode) u;
}

/* Common uint16_t immediate format helpers. */
#define UINT16_LEN              2
#define UINT16_HI(i)            ((jsbytecode)((i) >> 8))
#define UINT16_LO(i)            ((jsbytecode)(i))
#define GET_UINT16(pc)          ((unsigned)(((pc)[1] << 8) | (pc)[2]))
#define SET_UINT16(pc,i)        ((pc)[1] = UINT16_HI(i), (pc)[2] = UINT16_LO(i))
#define UINT16_LIMIT            ((unsigned)1 << 16)

/* Helpers for accessing the offsets of jump opcodes. */
#define JUMP_OFFSET_LEN         4
#define JUMP_OFFSET_MIN         INT32_MIN
#define JUMP_OFFSET_MAX         INT32_MAX

static MOZ_ALWAYS_INLINE int32_t
GET_JUMP_OFFSET(jsbytecode* pc)
{
    return (pc[1] << 24) | (pc[2] << 16) | (pc[3] << 8) | pc[4];
}

static MOZ_ALWAYS_INLINE void
SET_JUMP_OFFSET(jsbytecode* pc, int32_t off)
{
    pc[1] = (jsbytecode)(off >> 24);
    pc[2] = (jsbytecode)(off >> 16);
    pc[3] = (jsbytecode)(off >> 8);
    pc[4] = (jsbytecode)off;
}

#define UINT32_INDEX_LEN        4

static MOZ_ALWAYS_INLINE uint32_t
GET_UINT32_INDEX(const jsbytecode* pc)
{
    return (pc[1] << 24) | (pc[2] << 16) | (pc[3] << 8) | pc[4];
}

static MOZ_ALWAYS_INLINE void
SET_UINT32_INDEX(jsbytecode* pc, uint32_t index)
{
    pc[1] = (jsbytecode)(index >> 24);
    pc[2] = (jsbytecode)(index >> 16);
    pc[3] = (jsbytecode)(index >> 8);
    pc[4] = (jsbytecode)index;
}

#define UINT24_HI(i)            ((jsbytecode)((i) >> 16))
#define UINT24_MID(i)           ((jsbytecode)((i) >> 8))
#define UINT24_LO(i)            ((jsbytecode)(i))
#define GET_UINT24(pc)          ((unsigned)(((pc)[1] << 16) |                 \
                                            ((pc)[2] << 8) |                  \
                                            (pc)[3]))
#define SET_UINT24(pc,i)        ((pc)[1] = UINT24_HI(i),                      \
                                 (pc)[2] = UINT24_MID(i),                     \
                                 (pc)[3] = UINT24_LO(i))

#define GET_INT8(pc)            (int8_t((pc)[1]))

#define GET_INT32(pc)           (((uint32_t((pc)[1]) << 24) |                 \
                                  (uint32_t((pc)[2]) << 16) |                 \
                                  (uint32_t((pc)[3]) << 8)  |                 \
                                  uint32_t((pc)[4])))
#define SET_INT32(pc,i)         ((pc)[1] = (jsbytecode)(uint32_t(i) >> 24),   \
                                 (pc)[2] = (jsbytecode)(uint32_t(i) >> 16),   \
                                 (pc)[3] = (jsbytecode)(uint32_t(i) >> 8),    \
                                 (pc)[4] = (jsbytecode)uint32_t(i))

/* Index limit is determined by SN_4BYTE_OFFSET_FLAG, see frontend/BytecodeEmitter.h. */
#define INDEX_LIMIT_LOG2        31
#define INDEX_LIMIT             (uint32_t(1) << INDEX_LIMIT_LOG2)

#define ARGC_HI(argc)           UINT16_HI(argc)
#define ARGC_LO(argc)           UINT16_LO(argc)
#define GET_ARGC(pc)            GET_UINT16(pc)
#define ARGC_LIMIT              UINT16_LIMIT

#define GET_ARGNO(pc)           GET_UINT16(pc)
#define SET_ARGNO(pc,argno)     SET_UINT16(pc,argno)
#define ARGNO_LEN               2
#define ARGNO_LIMIT             UINT16_LIMIT

#define GET_LOCALNO(pc)         GET_UINT24(pc)
#define SET_LOCALNO(pc,varno)   SET_UINT24(pc,varno)
#define LOCALNO_LEN             3
#define LOCALNO_BITS            24
#define LOCALNO_LIMIT           (1 << LOCALNO_BITS)

static inline unsigned
LoopEntryDepthHint(jsbytecode* pc)
{
    JS_ASSERT(*pc == JSOP_LOOPENTRY);
    return GET_UINT8(pc) & 0x7f;
}
static inline bool
LoopEntryCanIonOsr(jsbytecode* pc)
{
    JS_ASSERT(*pc == JSOP_LOOPENTRY);
    return GET_UINT8(pc) & 0x80;
}
static inline uint8_t
PackLoopEntryDepthHintAndFlags(unsigned loopDepth, bool canIonOsr)
{
    return (loopDepth < 0x80 ? uint8_t(loopDepth) : 0x7f) | (canIonOsr ? 0x80 : 0);
}

/*
 * Describes the 'hops' component of a JOF_SCOPECOORD opcode.
 *
 * Note: this component is only 8 bits wide, limiting the maximum number of
 * scopes between a use and def to roughly 255. This is a pretty small limit but
 * note that SpiderMonkey's recursive descent parser can only parse about this
 * many functions before hitting the C-stack recursion limit so this shouldn't
 * be a significant limitation in practice.
 */
#define GET_SCOPECOORD_HOPS(pc) GET_UINT8(pc)
#define SET_SCOPECOORD_HOPS(pc,hops) SET_UINT8(pc,hops)
#define SCOPECOORD_HOPS_LEN     1
#define SCOPECOORD_HOPS_BITS    8
#define SCOPECOORD_HOPS_LIMIT   (1 << SCOPECOORD_HOPS_BITS)

/* Describes the 'slot' component of a JOF_SCOPECOORD opcode. */
#define GET_SCOPECOORD_SLOT(pc) GET_UINT24(pc)
#define SET_SCOPECOORD_SLOT(pc,slot) SET_UINT24(pc,slot)
#define SCOPECOORD_SLOT_LEN     3
#define SCOPECOORD_SLOT_BITS    24
#define SCOPECOORD_SLOT_LIMIT   (1 << SCOPECOORD_SLOT_BITS)

struct JSCodeSpec {
    int8_t              length;         /* length including opcode byte */
    int8_t              nuses;          /* arity, -1 if variadic */
    int8_t              ndefs;          /* number of stack results */
    uint32_t            format;         /* immediate operand format */

    uint32_t type() const { return JOF_TYPE(format); }
};

extern const JSCodeSpec js_CodeSpec[];
extern const unsigned   js_NumCodeSpecs;
extern const char       * const js_CodeName[];
extern const char       js_EscapeMap[];

/* Silence unreferenced formal parameter warnings */
#ifdef _MSC_VER
#pragma warning(push)
#pragma warning(disable:4100)
#endif

/*
 * Return a GC'ed string containing the chars in str, with any non-printing
 * chars or quotes (' or " as specified by the quote argument) escaped, and
 * with the quote character at the beginning and end of the result string.
 */
extern JSString*
js_QuoteString(js::ExclusiveContext* cx, JSString* str, jschar quote);

namespace js {

static inline bool
IsJumpOpcode(JSOp op)
{
    uint32_t type = JOF_TYPE(js_CodeSpec[op].format);

    /*
     * LABEL opcodes have type JOF_JUMP but are no-ops, don't treat them as
     * jumps to avoid degrading precision.
     */
    return type == JOF_JUMP && op != JSOP_LABEL;
}

static inline bool
BytecodeFallsThrough(JSOp op)
{
    switch (op) {
      case JSOP_GOTO:
      case JSOP_DEFAULT:
      case JSOP_RETURN:
      case JSOP_RETRVAL:
      case JSOP_THROW:
      case JSOP_TABLESWITCH:
        return false;
      case JSOP_GOSUB:
        /* These fall through indirectly, after executing a 'finally'. */
        return true;
      default:
        return true;
    }
}

class SrcNoteLineScanner
{
    /* offset of the current JSOp in the bytecode */
    ptrdiff_t offset;

    /* next src note to process */
    jssrcnote* sn;

    /* line number of the current JSOp */
    uint32_t lineno;

    /*
     * Is the current op the first one after a line change directive? Note that
     * multiple ops may be "first" if a line directive is used to return to a
     * previous line (eg, with a for loop increment expression.)
     */
    bool lineHeader;

public:
    SrcNoteLineScanner(jssrcnote* sn, uint32_t lineno)
        : offset(0), sn(sn), lineno(lineno)
    {
    }

    /*
     * This is called repeatedly with always-advancing relpc values. The src
     * notes are tuples of <PC offset from prev src note, type, args>. Scan
     * through, updating the lineno, until the next src note is for a later
     * bytecode.
     *
     * When looking at the desired PC offset ('relpc'), the op is first in that
     * line iff there is a SRC_SETLINE or SRC_NEWLINE src note for that exact
     * bytecode.
     *
     * Note that a single bytecode may have multiple line-modifying notes (even
     * though only one should ever be needed.)
     */
    void advanceTo(ptrdiff_t relpc) {
        // Must always advance! If the same or an earlier PC is erroneously
        // passed in, we will already be past the relevant src notes
        JS_ASSERT_IF(offset > 0, relpc > offset);

        // Next src note should be for after the current offset
        JS_ASSERT_IF(offset > 0, SN_IS_TERMINATOR(sn) || SN_DELTA(sn) > 0);

        // The first PC requested is always considered to be a line header
        lineHeader = (offset == 0);

        if (SN_IS_TERMINATOR(sn))
            return;

        ptrdiff_t nextOffset;
        while ((nextOffset = offset + SN_DELTA(sn)) <= relpc && !SN_IS_TERMINATOR(sn)) {
            offset = nextOffset;
            SrcNoteType type = (SrcNoteType) SN_TYPE(sn);
            if (type == SRC_SETLINE || type == SRC_NEWLINE) {
                if (type == SRC_SETLINE)
                    lineno = js_GetSrcNoteOffset(sn, 0);
                else
                    lineno++;

                if (offset == relpc)
                    lineHeader = true;
            }

            sn = SN_NEXT(sn);
        }
    }

    bool isLineHeader() const {
        return lineHeader;
    }

    uint32_t getLine() const { return lineno; }
};

extern unsigned
StackUses(JSScript* script, jsbytecode* pc);

extern unsigned
StackDefs(JSScript* script, jsbytecode* pc);

#ifdef DEBUG
/*
 * Given bytecode address pc in script's main program code, compute the operand
 * stack depth just before (JSOp) *pc executes.  If *pc is not reachable, return
 * false.
 */
extern bool
ReconstructStackDepth(JSContext* cx, JSScript* script, jsbytecode* pc, uint32_t* depth, bool* reachablePC);
#endif

}  /* namespace js */

#ifdef _MSC_VER
#pragma warning(pop)
#endif

#define JSDVG_IGNORE_STACK      0
#define JSDVG_SEARCH_STACK      1

/*
 * Get the length of variable-length bytecode like JSOP_TABLESWITCH.
 */
extern size_t
js_GetVariableBytecodeLength(jsbytecode* pc);

namespace js {

/*
 * Find the source expression that resulted in v, and return a newly allocated
 * C-string containing it.  Fall back on v's string conversion (fallback) if we
 * can't find the bytecode that generated and pushed v on the operand stack.
 *
 * Search the current stack frame if spindex is JSDVG_SEARCH_STACK.  Don't
 * look for v on the stack if spindex is JSDVG_IGNORE_STACK.  Otherwise,
 * spindex is the negative index of v, measured from cx->fp->sp, or from a
 * lower frame's sp if cx->fp is native.
 *
 * The optional argument skipStackHits can be used to skip a hit in the stack
 * frame. This can be useful in self-hosted code that wants to report value
 * errors containing decompiled values that are useful for the user, instead of
 * values used internally by the self-hosted code.
 *
 * The caller must call JS_free on the result after a successful call.
 */
char*
DecompileValueGenerator(JSContext* cx, int spindex, HandleValue v,
                        HandleString fallback, int skipStackHits = 0);

/*
 * Decompile the formal argument at formalIndex in the nearest non-builtin
 * stack frame, falling back with converting v to source.
 */
char*
DecompileArgument(JSContext* cx, int formalIndex, HandleValue v);

/*
 * Sprintf, but with unlimited and automatically allocated buffering.
 */
class Sprinter
{
  public:
    struct InvariantChecker
    {
        const Sprinter* parent;

        explicit InvariantChecker(const Sprinter* p) : parent(p) {
            parent->checkInvariants();
        }

        ~InvariantChecker() {
            parent->checkInvariants();
        }
    };

    ExclusiveContext*       context;       /* context executing the decompiler */

  private:
    static const size_t     DefaultSize;
#ifdef DEBUG
    bool                    initialized;    /* true if this is initialized, use for debug builds */
#endif
    char*                   base;          /* malloc'd buffer address */
    size_t                  size;           /* size of buffer allocated at base */
    ptrdiff_t               offset;         /* offset of next free char in buffer */
    bool                    reportedOOM;    /* this sprinter has reported OOM in string ops */

    bool realloc_(size_t newSize);

  public:
    explicit Sprinter(ExclusiveContext* cx);
    ~Sprinter();

    /* Initialize this sprinter, returns false on error */
    bool init();

    void checkInvariants() const;

    const char* string() const;
    const char* stringEnd() const;
    /* Returns the string at offset |off| */
    char* stringAt(ptrdiff_t off) const;
    /* Returns the char at offset |off| */
    char& operator[](size_t off);

    /*
     * Attempt to reserve len + 1 space (for a trailing nullptr byte). If the
     * attempt succeeds, return a pointer to the start of that space and adjust the
     * internal content. The caller *must* completely fill this space on success.
     */
    char* reserve(size_t len);

    /*
     * Puts |len| characters from |s| at the current position and return an offset to
     * the beginning of this new data
     */
    ptrdiff_t put(const char* s, size_t len);
    ptrdiff_t put(const char* s);
    ptrdiff_t putString(JSString* str);

    /* Prints a formatted string into the buffer */
    int printf(const char* fmt, ...);

    ptrdiff_t getOffset() const;

    /*
     * Report that a string operation failed to get the memory it requested. The
     * first call to this function calls JS_ReportOutOfMemory, and sets this
     * Sprinter's outOfMemory flag; subsequent calls do nothing.
     */
    void reportOutOfMemory();

    /* Return true if this Sprinter ran out of memory. */
    bool hadOutOfMemory() const;
};

extern ptrdiff_t
Sprint(Sprinter* sp, const char* format, ...);

extern bool
CallResultEscapes(jsbytecode* pc);

static inline unsigned
GetDecomposeLength(jsbytecode* pc, size_t len)
{
    /*
     * The last byte of a DECOMPOSE op stores the decomposed length.  This is a
     * constant: perhaps we should just hardcode values instead?
     */
    JS_ASSERT(size_t(js_CodeSpec[*pc].length) == len);
    return (unsigned) pc[len - 1];
}

static inline unsigned
GetBytecodeLength(jsbytecode* pc)
{
    JSOp op = (JSOp)*pc;
    JS_ASSERT(op < JSOP_LIMIT);

    if (js_CodeSpec[op].length != -1)
        return js_CodeSpec[op].length;
    return js_GetVariableBytecodeLength(pc);
}

static inline bool
BytecodeIsPopped(jsbytecode* pc)
{
    jsbytecode* next = pc + GetBytecodeLength(pc);
    return JSOp(*next) == JSOP_POP;
}

static inline bool
BytecodeFlowsToBitop(jsbytecode* pc)
{
    // Look for simple bytecode for integer conversions like (x | 0) or (x & -1).
    jsbytecode* next = pc + GetBytecodeLength(pc);
    if (*next == JSOP_BITOR || *next == JSOP_BITAND)
        return true;
    if (*next == JSOP_INT8 && GET_INT8(next) == -1) {
        next += GetBytecodeLength(next);
        if (*next == JSOP_BITAND)
            return true;
        return false;
    }
    if (*next == JSOP_ONE) {
        next += GetBytecodeLength(next);
        if (*next == JSOP_NEG) {
            next += GetBytecodeLength(next);
            if (*next == JSOP_BITAND)
                return true;
        }
        return false;
    }
    if (*next == JSOP_ZERO) {
        next += GetBytecodeLength(next);
        if (*next == JSOP_BITOR)
            return true;
        return false;
    }
    return false;
}

extern bool
IsValidBytecodeOffset(JSContext* cx, JSScript* script, size_t offset);

inline bool
FlowsIntoNext(JSOp op)
{
    /* JSOP_YIELD is considered to flow into the next instruction, like JSOP_CALL. */
    return op != JSOP_RETRVAL && op != JSOP_RETURN && op != JSOP_THROW &&
           op != JSOP_GOTO && op != JSOP_RETSUB;
}

inline bool
IsArgOp(JSOp op)
{
    return JOF_OPTYPE(op) == JOF_QARG;
}

inline bool
IsLocalOp(JSOp op)
{
    return JOF_OPTYPE(op) == JOF_LOCAL;
}

inline bool
IsAliasedVarOp(JSOp op)
{
    return JOF_OPTYPE(op) == JOF_SCOPECOORD;
}

inline bool
IsGlobalOp(JSOp op)
{
    return js_CodeSpec[op].format & JOF_GNAME;
}

inline bool
IsEqualityOp(JSOp op)
{
    return op == JSOP_EQ || op == JSOP_NE || op == JSOP_STRICTEQ || op == JSOP_STRICTNE;
}

inline bool
IsGetPropPC(jsbytecode* pc)
{
    JSOp op = JSOp(*pc);
    return op == JSOP_LENGTH  || op == JSOP_GETPROP || op == JSOP_CALLPROP;
}

inline bool
IsSetPropPC(jsbytecode* pc)
{
    JSOp op = JSOp(*pc);
    return op == JSOP_SETPROP || op == JSOP_SETNAME || op == JSOP_SETGNAME;
}

inline bool
IsGetElemPC(jsbytecode* pc)
{
    JSOp op = JSOp(*pc);
    return op == JSOP_GETELEM || op == JSOP_CALLELEM;
}

inline bool
IsSetElemPC(jsbytecode* pc)
{
    JSOp op = JSOp(*pc);
    return op == JSOP_SETELEM;
}

inline bool
IsCallPC(jsbytecode* pc)
{
    return js_CodeSpec[*pc].format & JOF_INVOKE;
}

static inline int32_t
GetBytecodeInteger(jsbytecode* pc)
{
    switch (JSOp(*pc)) {
      case JSOP_ZERO:   return 0;
      case JSOP_ONE:    return 1;
      case JSOP_UINT16: return GET_UINT16(pc);
      case JSOP_UINT24: return GET_UINT24(pc);
      case JSOP_INT8:   return GET_INT8(pc);
      case JSOP_INT32:  return GET_INT32(pc);
      default:
        MOZ_ASSUME_UNREACHABLE("Bad op");
    }
}

/*
 * Counts accumulated for a single opcode in a script. The counts tracked vary
 * between opcodes, and this structure ensures that counts are accessed in a
 * coherent fashion.
 */
class PCCounts
{
    friend class ::JSScript;
    double* counts;
#ifdef DEBUG
    size_t capacity;
#elif JS_BITS_PER_WORD == 32
    void* padding;
#endif

 public:

    enum BaseCounts {
        BASE_INTERP = 0,

        BASE_LIMIT
    };

    enum AccessCounts {
        ACCESS_MONOMORPHIC = BASE_LIMIT,
        ACCESS_DIMORPHIC,
        ACCESS_POLYMORPHIC,

        ACCESS_BARRIER,
        ACCESS_NOBARRIER,

        ACCESS_UNDEFINED,
        ACCESS_NULL,
        ACCESS_BOOLEAN,
        ACCESS_INT32,
        ACCESS_DOUBLE,
        ACCESS_STRING,
        ACCESS_OBJECT,

        ACCESS_LIMIT
    };

    static bool accessOp(JSOp op) {
        /*
         * Access ops include all name, element and property reads, as well as
         * SETELEM and SETPROP (for ElementCounts/PropertyCounts alignment).
         */
        if (op == JSOP_SETELEM || op == JSOP_SETPROP)
            return true;
        int format = js_CodeSpec[op].format;
        return !!(format & (JOF_NAME | JOF_GNAME | JOF_ELEM | JOF_PROP))
            && !(format & JOF_SET);
    }

    enum ElementCounts {
        ELEM_ID_INT = ACCESS_LIMIT,
        ELEM_ID_DOUBLE,
        ELEM_ID_OTHER,
        ELEM_ID_UNKNOWN,

        ELEM_OBJECT_TYPED,
        ELEM_OBJECT_PACKED,
        ELEM_OBJECT_DENSE,
        ELEM_OBJECT_OTHER,

        ELEM_LIMIT
    };

    static bool elementOp(JSOp op) {
        return accessOp(op) && (JOF_MODE(js_CodeSpec[op].format) == JOF_ELEM);
    }

    enum PropertyCounts {
        PROP_STATIC = ACCESS_LIMIT,
        PROP_DEFINITE,
        PROP_OTHER,

        PROP_LIMIT
    };

    static bool propertyOp(JSOp op) {
        return accessOp(op) && (JOF_MODE(js_CodeSpec[op].format) == JOF_PROP);
    }

    enum ArithCounts {
        ARITH_INT = BASE_LIMIT,
        ARITH_DOUBLE,
        ARITH_OTHER,
        ARITH_UNKNOWN,

        ARITH_LIMIT
    };

    static bool arithOp(JSOp op) {
        return !!(js_CodeSpec[op].format & JOF_ARITH);
    }

    static size_t numCounts(JSOp op)
    {
        if (accessOp(op)) {
            if (elementOp(op))
                return ELEM_LIMIT;
            if (propertyOp(op))
                return PROP_LIMIT;
            return ACCESS_LIMIT;
        }
        if (arithOp(op))
            return ARITH_LIMIT;
        return BASE_LIMIT;
    }

    static const char* countName(JSOp op, size_t which);

    double* rawCounts() const { return counts; }

    double& get(size_t which) {
        JS_ASSERT(which < capacity);
        return counts[which];
    }

    /* Boolean conversion, for 'if (counters) ...' */
    operator void*() const {
        return counts;
    }
};

/* Necessary for alignment with the script. */
JS_STATIC_ASSERT(sizeof(PCCounts) % sizeof(Value) == 0);

static inline jsbytecode*
GetNextPc(jsbytecode* pc)
{
    return pc + GetBytecodeLength(pc);
}

} /* namespace js */

#if defined(DEBUG)
/*
 * Disassemblers, for debugging only.
 */
bool
js_Disassemble(JSContext* cx, JS::Handle<JSScript*> script, bool lines, js::Sprinter* sp);

unsigned
js_Disassemble1(JSContext* cx, JS::Handle<JSScript*> script, jsbytecode* pc, unsigned loc,
                bool lines, js::Sprinter* sp);

#endif

void
js_DumpPCCounts(JSContext* cx, JS::Handle<JSScript*> script, js::Sprinter* sp);

#ifdef JS_ION
namespace js {
namespace jit { struct IonScriptCounts; }
void
DumpIonScriptCounts(js::Sprinter* sp, jit::IonScriptCounts* ionCounts);
}
#endif

#endif /* jsopcode_h */