Commit b2f00837 authored by Ondřej Zajíček's avatar Ondřej Zajíček

Allows more constants in set literals.

Thanks to Michael Fincham for the bugreport.
parent 0479b443
......@@ -646,7 +646,7 @@ cf_walk_symbols(struct config *cf, struct symbol *sym, int *pos)
char *
cf_symbol_class_name(struct symbol *sym)
{
if ((sym->class & 0xff00) == SYM_CONSTANT)
if (cf_symbol_is_constant(sym))
return "constant";
switch (sym->class)
......
......@@ -149,6 +149,10 @@ void cf_pop_scope(void);
struct symbol *cf_walk_symbols(struct config *cf, struct symbol *sym, int *pos);
char *cf_symbol_class_name(struct symbol *sym);
static inline int cf_symbol_is_constant(struct symbol *sym)
{ return (sym->class & 0xff00) == SYM_CONSTANT; }
/* Parser */
int cf_parse(void);
......
......@@ -25,6 +25,23 @@ static inline u32 pair_b(u32 p) { return p & 0xFFFF; }
* to the last item in a list (right ptr). For convenience, even items
* are handled as one-item lists. Lists are merged by f_merge_items().
*/
static int
f_valid_set_type(int type)
{
switch (type)
{
case T_INT:
case T_PAIR:
case T_QUAD:
case T_ENUM:
case T_IP:
case T_EC:
return 1;
default:
return 0;
}
}
static inline struct f_tree *
f_new_item(struct f_val from, struct f_val to)
......@@ -473,10 +490,19 @@ fipa:
*/
set_atom:
expr { $$.type = T_INT; $$.val.i = $1; }
NUM { $$.type = T_INT; $$.val.i = $1; }
| RTRID { $$.type = T_QUAD; $$.val.i = $1; }
| fipa { $$ = $1; }
| ENUM { $$.type = pair_a($1); $$.val.i = pair_b($1); }
| '(' term ')' {
$$ = f_eval($2, cfg_mem);
if (!f_valid_set_type($$.type)) cf_error("Set-incompatible type");
}
| SYM {
if (!cf_symbol_is_constant($1)) cf_error("%s: constant expected", $1->name);
if (!f_valid_set_type(SYM_TYPE($1))) cf_error("%s: set-incompatible type", $1->name);
$$ = *(struct f_val *)($1->def);
}
;
switch_atom:
......
......@@ -13,6 +13,9 @@ define '1a-a1' = (20+10);
define one = 1;
define ten = 10;
define p23 = (2, 3);
define ip1222 = 1.2.2.2;
function onef(int a)
{
return 1;
......@@ -98,7 +101,7 @@ eclist el2;
print "Should be true: ", p2 ~ pm1, " ", p2 ~ pm2, " ", 3 ~ p2, " ", p2 ~ [2, 10..20], " ", p2 ~ [4, 10..20];
print "4 = ", p2.len;
p2 = prepend( p2, 5 );
print "Should be false: ", p2 ~ pm1, " ", p2 ~ pm2, " ", 10 ~ p2, " ", p2 ~ [8, 10..20],;
print "Should be false: ", p2 ~ pm1, " ", p2 ~ pm2, " ", 10 ~ p2, " ", p2 ~ [8, ten..(2*ten)];
print "Should be true: ", p2 ~ / ? 4 3 2 1 /, " ", p2, " ", / ? 4 3 2 1 /;
print "Should be true: ", p2 ~ [= * 4 3 * 1 =], " ", p2, " ", [= * 4 3 * 1 =];
print "Should be true: ", p2 ~ [= (3+2) (2*2) 3 2 1 =], " ", p2 ~ mkpath(5, 4);
......@@ -124,7 +127,7 @@ eclist el2;
print "Should be always true: ", l ~ [(*,*)];
l = add( l, (2,one+2) );
print "Community list (1,2) (2,3) ", l;
print "Should be true: ", (2,3) ~ l, " ", l ~ [(1,*)], " ", l ~ [(2,3)]," ", l ~ [(2,2..3)], " ", l ~ [(1,1..2)], " ", l ~ [(1,1)..(1,2)];
print "Should be true: ", (2,3) ~ l, " ", l ~ [(1,*)], " ", l ~ [p23]," ", l ~ [(2,2..3)], " ", l ~ [(1,1..2)], " ", l ~ [(1,1)..(1,2)];
l = add( l, (2,5) );
l = add( l, (5,one) );
l = add( l, (6,one) );
......@@ -361,7 +364,7 @@ string st;
if ( b = true ) then print "Testing bool comparison b = true: ", b;
else { print "*** FAIL: TRUE test failed" ; quitbird; }
ips = [ 1.1.1.0 .. 1.1.1.255, 1.2.2.2];
ips = [ 1.1.1.0 .. 1.1.1.255, ip1222];
print "Testing IP sets: ";
print ips;
print " must be true: ", 1.1.1.0 ~ ips, ",", 1.1.1.100 ~ ips, ",", 1.2.2.2 ~ ips;
......
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