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/*=========================================================================

  Program:   CABLE - CABLE Automates Bindings for Language Extension
  Module:    $RCSfile: cxxConversions.cxx,v $
  Language:  C++
  Date:      $Date: 2002/10/23 21:35:02 $
  Version:   $Revision: 1.10 $

  Copyright (c) 2002 Kitware, Inc., Insight Consortium.  All rights reserved.
  See Copyright.txt for details.

     This software is distributed WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even 
     the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR 
     PURPOSE.  See the above copyright notices for more information.

=========================================================================*/
#include "cxxConversions.h"

namespace _cxx_
{

// public functions:

/**
 * Determine whether the given ReferenceType "to" can bind to the given
 * type "from" as an identity.  That is, without any conversion other than
 * cv-qualifier adjustment.  Not even a derived-to-base conversion.
 */
00029 bool Conversions::ReferenceCanBindAsIdentity(const CvQualifiedType& from,
                                             const ReferenceType* to)
{
  CvQualifiedType toType = to->GetReferencedType();
  // See if the reference can bind directly to an object.
  if((toType == from)
     || (toType == from.GetMoreQualifiedType(true, false))
     || (toType == from.GetMoreQualifiedType(false, true))
     || (toType == from.GetMoreQualifiedType(true, true)))
    {
    return true;
    }
  if(from.GetType()->IsReferenceType())
    {
    CvQualifiedType fromType = ReferenceType::SafeDownCast(from.GetType())->GetReferencedType();
    if((toType == fromType)
       || (toType == fromType.GetMoreQualifiedType(true, false))
       || (toType == fromType.GetMoreQualifiedType(false, true))
       || (toType == fromType.GetMoreQualifiedType(true, true)))
      {
      return true;
      }
    }
 
  return false;
}

  
/**
 * Determine whether the given ReferenceType "to" can bind to the given
 * type "from" with only a derived-to-base conversion and (possibly)
 * cv-qualifier adjustment.
 */
00062 bool Conversions::ReferenceCanBindAsDerivedToBase(const CvQualifiedType& from,
                                                  const ReferenceType* to)
{
  CvQualifiedType toCvType = to->GetReferencedType();
  
  // Only a ClassType can have a derived-to-base reference binding.
  if(!(toCvType.GetType()->IsClassType() && from.GetType()->IsClassType()))
    {
    return false;
    }
  
  // Make sure cv-qualifiers match up.
  if(!toCvType.IsEquallyOrMoreCvQualifiedThan(from))
    {
    return false;
    }
  
  // Get the ClassType information.
  const ClassType* toType = ClassType::SafeDownCast(toCvType.GetType());
  const ClassType* fromType = ClassType::SafeDownCast(from.GetType());
  
  // See if "fromType" is a subclass of "toType".
  return fromType->IsSubclassOf(toType);
}


/**
 * Determine if the given PointerType "from" can conver to the given
 * PointerType "to" according to section 4.4 of the C++ standard.
 */
00092 bool Conversions::IsValidQualificationConversion(const PointerType* from,
                                                 const PointerType* to)
{
  bool allConst = true;
  const Type* t1 = from;
  const Type* t2 = to;
  
  // Follow each PointerType until two identical types are reached.
  while(!Type::Equal(t1, t2))
    {
    // Make sure they are not conflicting pointer types.
    if((t1->IsPointerType() && t2->IsPointerType())
       || ((t1->IsPointerToMemberType() && t2->IsPointerToMemberType())
           && Type::Equal(PointerToMemberType::SafeDownCast(t1)->GetClassType(),
                          PointerToMemberType::SafeDownCast(t2)->GetClassType())))
      {
      // Dereference the pointer types.
      const PointerType* p1 = PointerType::SafeDownCast(t1);
      const PointerType* p2 = PointerType::SafeDownCast(t2);
      CvQualifiedType deRef1 = p1->GetPointedToType();
      CvQualifiedType deRef2 = p2->GetPointedToType();
      t1 = deRef1.GetType();
      t2 = deRef2.GetType();      
      
      // Check for cv-qualifier adjustment correctness.
      // See 4.4/4.
      bool t1_const = deRef1.IsConst();
      bool t1_volatile = deRef1.IsVolatile();
      bool t2_const = deRef2.IsConst();
      bool t2_volatile = deRef2.IsVolatile();
      // If const is in cv_1_j, then const is in cv_2_j, and similarly
      // for volatile.
      if((t1_const && !t2_const) || (t1_volatile && !t2_volatile))
        {
        return false;
        }
      // If cv_1_j and cv_2_j are different, then const is in every
      // cv_2_k for k < j.
      if(((t1_const != t2_const) || (t1_volatile != t2_volatile)) 
         && !allConst)
        {
        return false;
        }
      if(!t2_const)
        {
        allConst = false;
        }
      }
    else
      {
      // Mismatch of Type.  Given types are not similar.
      return false;
      }
    }
  return true;
}


/**
 * Test if an object of type "from" can be bound to a function parameter
 * of type "to".
 *
 * This test is specified in 13.3.3.1 of the C++ Standard.
 */
00156 bool Conversions::CanConvert(const CvQualifiedType& from,
                             const CvQualifiedType& to)
{
  // 13.3.3.1/5
  // For the case where the parameter type is a reference, see 13.3.3.1.4
  if(to.IsReferenceType())
    {
    const ReferenceType* toReferenceType = dynamic_cast<const ReferenceType*>(to.GetType());
    return ReferenceBinding(from, toReferenceType->GetReferencedType());
    }

  // 13.3.3.1/6
  // When the parameter type is not a reference, the implicit conversion
  // sequence models a copy-initialization of the parameter from the
  // argument expression.
  
  // --- hacked below here --- reimplement later
  
  // If the arguments are identical, we are done.
  if(to == from)
    {
    return true;
    }
  
#if 0
  // Branch based on the target type.
  switch (to.GetTypeRepresentation())
    {
    case ArrayType_id:           return false;
    case ClassType_id:           return false;
    case PointerType_id:         return false;
    case PointerToMemberType_id: return false;
    case FunctionType_id:        return false;
    case FundamentalType_id:
      return false;
    case Undefined_id:
    default:
      return false;
   }
#endif
  return false;
}

// private helpers:
  
/**
 * Determine if an object of type "from" can be bound to a reference to
 * the given type "to".
 *
 * This test is specified in 13.3.3.1.4 of the C++ Standard.
 */
00207 bool Conversions::ReferenceBinding(const CvQualifiedType& from,
                                   const CvQualifiedType& to)
{
  // See if there is a direct binding.
  // 8.5.3/4
  return to == from;
}

  
} // namespace _cxx_


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