%{
/******************************************************************************
*
* Module Name: dtparser.y - Bison input file for table compiler parser
*
*****************************************************************************/
/******************************************************************************
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#include "aslcompiler.h"
#define _COMPONENT DT_COMPILER
ACPI_MODULE_NAME ("dtparser")
void * AslLocalAllocate (unsigned int Size);
/* Bison/yacc configuration */
#undef alloca
#define alloca AslLocalAllocate
int DtParserlex (void);
int DtParserparse (void);
void DtParsererror (char const *msg);
extern char *DtParsertext;
extern DT_FIELD *Gbl_CurrentField;
UINT64 DtParserResult; /* Expression return value */
/* Bison/yacc configuration */
#define yytname DtParsername
#define YYDEBUG 1 /* Enable debug output */
#define YYERROR_VERBOSE 1 /* Verbose error messages */
#define YYFLAG -32768
/* Define YYMALLOC/YYFREE to prevent redefinition errors */
#define YYMALLOC malloc
#define YYFREE free
%}
%union
{
UINT64 value;
UINT32 op;
}
/*! [Begin] no source code translation */
%type Expression
%token OP_EXP_EOF
%token OP_EXP_NEW_LINE
%token OP_EXP_NUMBER
%token OP_EXP_HEX_NUMBER
%token OP_EXP_DECIMAL_NUMBER
%token OP_EXP_LABEL
%token OP_EXP_PAREN_OPEN
%token OP_EXP_PAREN_CLOSE
%left OP_EXP_LOGICAL_OR
%left OP_EXP_LOGICAL_AND
%left OP_EXP_OR
%left OP_EXP_XOR
%left OP_EXP_AND
%left OP_EXP_EQUAL OP_EXP_NOT_EQUAL
%left OP_EXP_GREATER OP_EXP_LESS OP_EXP_GREATER_EQUAL OP_EXP_LESS_EQUAL
%left OP_EXP_SHIFT_RIGHT OP_EXP_SHIFT_LEFT
%left OP_EXP_ADD OP_EXP_SUBTRACT
%left OP_EXP_MULTIPLY OP_EXP_DIVIDE OP_EXP_MODULO
%right OP_EXP_ONES_COMPLIMENT OP_EXP_LOGICAL_NOT
%%
/*
* Operator precedence rules (from K&R)
*
* 1) ( )
* 2) ! ~ (unary operators that are supported here)
* 3) * / %
* 4) + -
* 5) >> <<
* 6) < > <= >=
* 7) == !=
* 8) &
* 9) ^
* 10) |
* 11) &&
* 12) ||
*/
Value
: Expression OP_EXP_NEW_LINE { DtParserResult=$1; return 0; } /* End of line (newline) */
| Expression OP_EXP_EOF { DtParserResult=$1; return 0; } /* End of string (0) */
;
Expression
/* Unary operators */
: OP_EXP_LOGICAL_NOT Expression { $$ = DtDoOperator ($2, OP_EXP_LOGICAL_NOT, $2);}
| OP_EXP_ONES_COMPLIMENT Expression { $$ = DtDoOperator ($2, OP_EXP_ONES_COMPLIMENT, $2);}
/* Binary operators */
| Expression OP_EXP_MULTIPLY Expression { $$ = DtDoOperator ($1, OP_EXP_MULTIPLY, $3);}
| Expression OP_EXP_DIVIDE Expression { $$ = DtDoOperator ($1, OP_EXP_DIVIDE, $3);}
| Expression OP_EXP_MODULO Expression { $$ = DtDoOperator ($1, OP_EXP_MODULO, $3);}
| Expression OP_EXP_ADD Expression { $$ = DtDoOperator ($1, OP_EXP_ADD, $3);}
| Expression OP_EXP_SUBTRACT Expression { $$ = DtDoOperator ($1, OP_EXP_SUBTRACT, $3);}
| Expression OP_EXP_SHIFT_RIGHT Expression { $$ = DtDoOperator ($1, OP_EXP_SHIFT_RIGHT, $3);}
| Expression OP_EXP_SHIFT_LEFT Expression { $$ = DtDoOperator ($1, OP_EXP_SHIFT_LEFT, $3);}
| Expression OP_EXP_GREATER Expression { $$ = DtDoOperator ($1, OP_EXP_GREATER, $3);}
| Expression OP_EXP_LESS Expression { $$ = DtDoOperator ($1, OP_EXP_LESS, $3);}
| Expression OP_EXP_GREATER_EQUAL Expression { $$ = DtDoOperator ($1, OP_EXP_GREATER_EQUAL, $3);}
| Expression OP_EXP_LESS_EQUAL Expression { $$ = DtDoOperator ($1, OP_EXP_LESS_EQUAL, $3);}
| Expression OP_EXP_EQUAL Expression { $$ = DtDoOperator ($1, OP_EXP_EQUAL, $3);}
| Expression OP_EXP_NOT_EQUAL Expression { $$ = DtDoOperator ($1, OP_EXP_NOT_EQUAL, $3);}
| Expression OP_EXP_AND Expression { $$ = DtDoOperator ($1, OP_EXP_AND, $3);}
| Expression OP_EXP_XOR Expression { $$ = DtDoOperator ($1, OP_EXP_XOR, $3);}
| Expression OP_EXP_OR Expression { $$ = DtDoOperator ($1, OP_EXP_OR, $3);}
| Expression OP_EXP_LOGICAL_AND Expression { $$ = DtDoOperator ($1, OP_EXP_LOGICAL_AND, $3);}
| Expression OP_EXP_LOGICAL_OR Expression { $$ = DtDoOperator ($1, OP_EXP_LOGICAL_OR, $3);}
/* Parentheses: '(' Expression ')' */
| OP_EXP_PAREN_OPEN Expression
OP_EXP_PAREN_CLOSE { $$ = $2;}
/* Label references (prefixed with $) */
| OP_EXP_LABEL { $$ = DtResolveLabel (DtParsertext);}
/*
* All constants for the data table compiler are in hex, whether a (optional) 0x
* prefix is present or not. For example, these two input strings are equivalent:
* 1234
* 0x1234
*/
/* Non-prefixed hex number */
| OP_EXP_NUMBER { $$ = DtDoConstant (DtParsertext);}
/* Standard hex number (0x1234) */
| OP_EXP_HEX_NUMBER { $$ = DtDoConstant (DtParsertext);}
/* Possible TBD: Decimal number with prefix (0d1234) - Not supported this time */
| OP_EXP_DECIMAL_NUMBER { $$ = DtDoConstant (DtParsertext);}
;
%%
/*! [End] no source code translation !*/
/*
* Local support functions, including parser entry point
*/
#define PR_FIRST_PARSE_OPCODE OP_EXP_EOF
#define PR_YYTNAME_START 3
/******************************************************************************
*
* FUNCTION: DtParsererror
*
* PARAMETERS: Message - Parser-generated error message
*
* RETURN: None
*
* DESCRIPTION: Handler for parser errors
*
*****************************************************************************/
void
DtParsererror (
char const *Message)
{
DtError (ASL_ERROR, ASL_MSG_SYNTAX,
Gbl_CurrentField, (char *) Message);
}
/******************************************************************************
*
* FUNCTION: DtGetOpName
*
* PARAMETERS: ParseOpcode - Parser token (OP_EXP_*)
*
* RETURN: Pointer to the opcode name
*
* DESCRIPTION: Get the ascii name of the parse opcode for debug output
*
*****************************************************************************/
char *
DtGetOpName (
UINT32 ParseOpcode)
{
#ifdef ASL_YYTNAME_START
/*
* First entries (PR_YYTNAME_START) in yytname are special reserved names.
* Ignore first 6 characters of name (OP_EXP_)
*/
return ((char *) yytname
[(ParseOpcode - PR_FIRST_PARSE_OPCODE) + PR_YYTNAME_START] + 6);
#else
return ("[Unknown parser generator]");
#endif
}
/******************************************************************************
*
* FUNCTION: DtEvaluateExpression
*
* PARAMETERS: ExprString - Expression to be evaluated. Must be
* terminated by either a newline or a NUL
* string terminator
*
* RETURN: 64-bit value for the expression
*
* DESCRIPTION: Main entry point for the DT expression parser
*
*****************************************************************************/
UINT64
DtEvaluateExpression (
char *ExprString)
{
DbgPrint (ASL_DEBUG_OUTPUT,
"**** Input expression: %s (Base 16)\n", ExprString);
/* Point lexer to the input string */
if (DtInitLexer (ExprString))
{
DtError (ASL_ERROR, ASL_MSG_COMPILER_INTERNAL,
Gbl_CurrentField, "Could not initialize lexer");
return (0);
}
/* Parse/Evaluate the input string (value returned in DtParserResult) */
DtParserparse ();
DtTerminateLexer ();
DbgPrint (ASL_DEBUG_OUTPUT,
"**** Parser returned value: %u (%8.8X%8.8X)\n",
(UINT32) DtParserResult, ACPI_FORMAT_UINT64 (DtParserResult));
return (DtParserResult);
}