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#ifndef yarr_OSAllocator_h
#define yarr_OSAllocator_h

#include <stdlib.h>
#include "yarr/wtfbridge.h"
#include "assembler/wtf/VMTags.h"
#include "assembler/wtf/Assertions.h"

namespace WTF {

class OSAllocator {
public:
    enum Usage {
        UnknownUsage = -1,
        FastMallocPages = VM_TAG_FOR_TCMALLOC_MEMORY,
        JSGCHeapPages = VM_TAG_FOR_COLLECTOR_MEMORY,
        JSVMStackPages = VM_TAG_FOR_REGISTERFILE_MEMORY,
        JSJITCodePages = VM_TAG_FOR_EXECUTABLEALLOCATOR_MEMORY
    };

    // These methods are symmetric; reserveUncommitted allocates VM in an uncommitted state,
    // releaseDecommitted should be called on a region of VM allocated by a single reservation,
    // the memory must all currently be in a decommitted state.
    static void* reserveUncommitted(size_t, Usage = UnknownUsage, bool writable = true, bool executable = false);
    static void releaseDecommitted(void*, size_t);

    // These methods are symmetric; they commit or decommit a region of VM (uncommitted VM should
    // never be accessed, since the OS may not have attached physical memory for these regions).
    // Clients should only call commit on uncommitted regions and decommit on committed regions.
    static void commit(void*, size_t, bool writable, bool executable);
    static void decommit(void*, size_t);

    // These methods are symmetric; reserveAndCommit allocates VM in an committed state,
    // decommitAndRelease should be called on a region of VM allocated by a single reservation,
    // the memory must all currently be in a committed state.
    static void* reserveAndCommit(size_t, Usage = UnknownUsage, bool writable = true, bool executable = false);
    static void decommitAndRelease(void* base, size_t size);

    // These methods are akin to reserveAndCommit/decommitAndRelease, above - however rather than
    // committing/decommitting the entire region additional parameters allow a subregion to be
    // specified.
    static void* reserveAndCommit(size_t reserveSize, size_t commitSize, Usage = UnknownUsage, bool writable = true, bool executable = false);
    static void decommitAndRelease(void* releaseBase, size_t releaseSize, void* decommitBase, size_t decommitSize);
};

inline void* OSAllocator::reserveAndCommit(size_t reserveSize, size_t commitSize, Usage usage, bool writable, bool executable)
{
    void* base = reserveUncommitted(reserveSize, usage, writable, executable);
    commit(base, commitSize, writable, executable);
    return base;
}

inline void OSAllocator::decommitAndRelease(void* releaseBase, size_t releaseSize, void* decommitBase, size_t decommitSize)
{
    ASSERT(decommitBase >= releaseBase && (static_cast<char*>(decommitBase) + decommitSize) <= (static_cast<char*>(releaseBase) + releaseSize));
#if WTF_OS_WINCE || WTF_OS_SYMBIAN
    // On most platforms we can actually skip this final decommit; releasing the VM will
    // implicitly decommit any physical memory in the region. This is not true on WINCE.
    // On Symbian, this makes implementation simpler and better aligned with the RChunk API
    decommit(decommitBase, decommitSize);
#endif
    releaseDecommitted(releaseBase, releaseSize);
}

inline void OSAllocator::decommitAndRelease(void* base, size_t size)
{
    decommitAndRelease(base, size, base, size);
}

} // namespace WTF

using WTF::OSAllocator;

#endif /* yarr_OSAllocator_h */