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[AIX] ctype_inline.h cast and thread-safe access to __lc_type

Message ID CAGWvnykRsEaYac5+nfRLzrcP5F5ip4oiwTphLjC1Kx1Gx13SrQ@mail.gmail.com
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Series [AIX] ctype_inline.h cast and thread-safe access to __lc_type | expand

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David Edelsohn Jan. 20, 2021, 11:04 p.m. UTC
aix: make ctype_inline.h thread-safe and avoid _OBJ_DATA char subscript.

    g++.dg/warn/Wstringop-overflow-6.C tests for a bogus overflow warning in
    system headers.  This testcase was generating a -Wchar-subscript warning
    on AIX because ctype_inline.h was subscripting AIX _OBJ_DATA using a char.
    The _M_table case cast the subscript to unsigned char, but the _OBJ_DATA
    case did not.

    The investigation also exposed that AIX has added a thread-safe variant
    of access to __lc_type that had not been applied to the libstdc++

    This patch casts the subscript to unsigned char and adds the THREAD_SAFE
    variant.  libstdc++ always is compiled with pthreads, but it is good
    to make the situation explicit and to document the appropriate usage.

    Bootstrapped on powerpc-ibm-aix7.2.3.0.

            * config/os/aix/ctype_inline.h (bool ctype<char>:: is): Cast
            _OBJ_DATA subscript to unsigned char. Add _THREAD_SAFE access to
            (const char* ctype<char>:: is): Same.

   const char*
        *__vec++ = _M_table[static_cast<unsigned char>(*__low++)];
       while (__low < __high)
-        *__vec++ = __OBJ_DATA(__lc_ctype)->mask[*__low++];
+#ifdef _THREAD_SAFE
+       *__vec++ =
+        *__vec++ = __OBJ_DATA(__lc_ctype)->mask[static_cast<unsigned
     return __high;
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diff --git a/libstdc++-v3/config/os/aix/ctype_inline.h
index 1faa19d8678..696fcfbf85a 100644
--- a/libstdc++-v3/config/os/aix/ctype_inline.h
+++ b/libstdc++-v3/config/os/aix/ctype_inline.h
       return _M_table[static_cast<unsigned char>(__c)] & __m;
-      return __OBJ_DATA(__lc_ctype)->mask[__c] & __m;
+#ifdef _THREAD_SAFE
+      return __OBJ_DATA((*__lc_ctype_ptr))->mask[static_cast<unsigned
char>(__c)] & __m;
+      return __OBJ_DATA(__lc_ctype)->mask[static_cast<unsigned
char>(__c)] & __m;