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327  /* * Mode: C++; tabwidth: 4; indenttabsmode: nil; cbasicoffset: 4 * */
/*
* This file is part of the LibreOffice project.
*
* This Source Code Form is subject to the terms of the Mozilla Public
* License, v. 2.0. If a copy of the MPL was not distributed with this
* file, You can obtain one at http://mozilla.org/MPL/2.0/.
*/
#include <cassert>
#include <string>
#include <iostream>
#include <unordered_map>
#include <unordered_set>
#include "plugin.hxx"
#include "check.hxx"
#include "clang/AST/CXXInheritance.h"
#include "clang/AST/StmtVisitor.h"
/**
This is a kind of simplified deadstore analysis.
We are looking for patterns like:
Foo x = a;
x = b;
which can be simplified to
x = b
or
Foo x = a;
x = f(x)
which can be simplified to
Foo x = f(a)
TODO Improve this plugin to make it safer. We should really be checking the following
conditions inside the RHS of the second statement:
If the variable is having it's address taken, or a nonconst method called on it,
on passed by nonconstref.
*/
namespace
{
//static bool startswith(const std::string& rStr, const char* pSubStr) {
// return rStr.compare(0, strlen(pSubStr), pSubStr) == 0;
//}
class SequentialAssign : public loplugin::FilteringPlugin<SequentialAssign>
{
public:
explicit SequentialAssign(loplugin::InstantiationData const& data)
: FilteringPlugin(data)
{
}
virtual void run() override
{
std::string fn(handler.getMainFileName());
loplugin::normalizeDotDotInFilePath(fn);
// places where the existing code style just looks better
// TODO lots of these would be unnecessary if I taught the plugin
// to ignore vars which are assigned to repeatedly
if (fn == SRCDIR "/vcl/source/helper/commandinfoprovider.cxx"
 fn == SRCDIR "/basegfx/source/polygon/b2dpolygonclipper.cxx"< Same expression on both sides of ''. [+]Finding the same expression on both sides of an operator is suspicious and might indicate a cut and paste or logic error. Please examine this code carefully to determine if it is correct.
 fn == SRCDIR "/i18nlangtag/source/isolang/insys.cxx"< Same expression on both sides of ''. [+]Finding the same expression on both sides of an operator is suspicious and might indicate a cut and paste or logic error. Please examine this code carefully to determine if it is correct.
 fn == SRCDIR "/vcl/unx/generic/fontmanager/fontconfig.cxx"< Same expression on both sides of ''. [+]Finding the same expression on both sides of an operator is suspicious and might indicate a cut and paste or logic error. Please examine this code carefully to determine if it is correct.
 fn == SRCDIR "/svtools/source/filter/exportdialog.cxx"< Same expression on both sides of ''. [+]Finding the same expression on both sides of an operator is suspicious and might indicate a cut and paste or logic error. Please examine this code carefully to determine if it is correct.
 fn == SRCDIR "/svtools/source/control/ruler.cxx"< Same expression on both sides of ''. [+]Finding the same expression on both sides of an operator is suspicious and might indicate a cut and paste or logic error. Please examine this code carefully to determine if it is correct.
 fn == SRCDIR "/basic/qa/cppunit/test_scanner.cxx"< Same expression on both sides of ''. [+]Finding the same expression on both sides of an operator is suspicious and might indicate a cut and paste or logic error. Please examine this code carefully to determine if it is correct.
 fn == SRCDIR "/basic/source/uno/namecont.cxx"< Same expression on both sides of ''. [+]Finding the same expression on both sides of an operator is suspicious and might indicate a cut and paste or logic error. Please examine this code carefully to determine if it is correct.
 fn == SRCDIR "/test/source/sheet/xnamedrange.cxx"< Same expression on both sides of ''. [+]Finding the same expression on both sides of an operator is suspicious and might indicate a cut and paste or logic error. Please examine this code carefully to determine if it is correct.
 fn == SRCDIR "/i18npool/qa/cppunit/test_breakiterator.cxx"< Same expression on both sides of ''. [+]Finding the same expression on both sides of an operator is suspicious and might indicate a cut and paste or logic error. Please examine this code carefully to determine if it is correct.
 fn == SRCDIR "/i18npool/source/localedata/LocaleNode.cxx"< Same expression on both sides of ''. [+]Finding the same expression on both sides of an operator is suspicious and might indicate a cut and paste or logic error. Please examine this code carefully to determine if it is correct.
 fn == SRCDIR "/i18npool/source/transliteration/transliteration_Ignore.cxx"< Same expression on both sides of ''. [+]Finding the same expression on both sides of an operator is suspicious and might indicate a cut and paste or logic error. Please examine this code carefully to determine if it is correct.
 fn == SRCDIR "/i18npool/qa/cppunit/test_textsearch.cxx"< Same expression on both sides of ''. [+]Finding the same expression on both sides of an operator is suspicious and might indicate a cut and paste or logic error. Please examine this code carefully to determine if it is correct.
 fn == SRCDIR "/framework/source/jobs/jobdata.cxx"< Same expression on both sides of ''. [+]Finding the same expression on both sides of an operator is suspicious and might indicate a cut and paste or logic error. Please examine this code carefully to determine if it is correct.
 fn == SRCDIR "/framework/source/services/pathsettings.cxx"< Same expression on both sides of ''. [+]Finding the same expression on both sides of an operator is suspicious and might indicate a cut and paste or logic error. Please examine this code carefully to determine if it is correct.
 fn == SRCDIR "/xmloff/source/chart/SchXMLTools.cxx"< Same expression on both sides of ''. [+]Finding the same expression on both sides of an operator is suspicious and might indicate a cut and paste or logic error. Please examine this code carefully to determine if it is correct.
 fn == SRCDIR "/svx/source/tbxctrls/Palette.cxx"< Same expression on both sides of ''. [+]Finding the same expression on both sides of an operator is suspicious and might indicate a cut and paste or logic error. Please examine this code carefully to determine if it is correct.
 fn == SRCDIR "/svx/source/sdr/contact/objectcontactofpageview.cxx"< Same expression on both sides of ''. [+]Finding the same expression on both sides of an operator is suspicious and might indicate a cut and paste or logic error. Please examine this code carefully to determine if it is correct.
 fn == SRCDIR "/svx/source/form/fmservs.cxx"< Same expression on both sides of ''. [+]Finding the same expression on both sides of an operator is suspicious and might indicate a cut and paste or logic error. Please examine this code carefully to determine if it is correct.
 fn == SRCDIR "/svx/source/svdraw/svdograf.cxx"< Same expression on both sides of ''. [+]Finding the same expression on both sides of an operator is suspicious and might indicate a cut and paste or logic error. Please examine this code carefully to determine if it is correct.
 fn == SRCDIR "/svx/source/accessibility/AccessibleShape.cxx"< Same expression on both sides of ''. [+]Finding the same expression on both sides of an operator is suspicious and might indicate a cut and paste or logic error. Please examine this code carefully to determine if it is correct.
 fn == SRCDIR "/svx/source/fmcomp/fmgridcl.cxx"< Same expression on both sides of ''. [+]Finding the same expression on both sides of an operator is suspicious and might indicate a cut and paste or logic error. Please examine this code carefully to determine if it is correct.
 fn == SRCDIR "/chart2/source/tools/CharacterProperties.cxx"< Same expression on both sides of ''. [+]Finding the same expression on both sides of an operator is suspicious and might indicate a cut and paste or logic error. Please examine this code carefully to determine if it is correct.
 fn == SRCDIR "/svx/source/dialog/dialcontrol.cxx"< Same expression on both sides of ''. [+]Finding the same expression on both sides of an operator is suspicious and might indicate a cut and paste or logic error. Please examine this code carefully to determine if it is correct.
 fn == SRCDIR "/connectivity/source/commontools/TTableHelper.cxx"< Same expression on both sides of ''. [+]Finding the same expression on both sides of an operator is suspicious and might indicate a cut and paste or logic error. Please examine this code carefully to determine if it is correct.
 fn == SRCDIR "/svx/source/dialog/_bmpmask.cxx"< Same expression on both sides of ''. [+]Finding the same expression on both sides of an operator is suspicious and might indicate a cut and paste or logic error. Please examine this code carefully to determine if it is correct.
 fn == SRCDIR "/media/noel/disk2/libo4/cui/source/dialogs/SignSignatureLineDialog.cxx"< Same expression on both sides of ''. [+]Finding the same expression on both sides of an operator is suspicious and might indicate a cut and paste or logic error. Please examine this code carefully to determine if it is correct.
 fn == SRCDIR "/filter/source/msfilter/msdffimp.cxx"< Same expression on both sides of ''. [+]Finding the same expression on both sides of an operator is suspicious and might indicate a cut and paste or logic error. Please examine this code carefully to determine if it is correct.
 fn == SRCDIR "/cui/source/dialogs/SignSignatureLineDialog.cxx"< Same expression on both sides of ''. [+]Finding the same expression on both sides of an operator is suspicious and might indicate a cut and paste or logic error. Please examine this code carefully to determine if it is correct.
 fn == SRCDIR "/cui/source/dialogs/screenshotannotationdlg.cxx"< Same expression on both sides of ''. [+]Finding the same expression on both sides of an operator is suspicious and might indicate a cut and paste or logic error. Please examine this code carefully to determine if it is correct.
 fn == SRCDIR "/cui/source/options/optupdt.cxx"< Same expression on both sides of ''. [+]Finding the same expression on both sides of an operator is suspicious and might indicate a cut and paste or logic error. Please examine this code carefully to determine if it is correct.
 fn == SRCDIR "/dbaccess/source/ui/querydesign/querycontroller.cxx"< Same expression on both sides of ''. [+]Finding the same expression on both sides of an operator is suspicious and might indicate a cut and paste or logic error. Please examine this code carefully to determine if it is correct.
 fn == SRCDIR "/dbaccess/source/ui/dlg/DbAdminImpl.cxx"< Same expression on both sides of ''. [+]Finding the same expression on both sides of an operator is suspicious and might indicate a cut and paste or logic error. Please examine this code carefully to determine if it is correct.
 fn == SRCDIR "/dbaccess/source/ui/querydesign/JoinController.cxx"< Same expression on both sides of ''. [+]Finding the same expression on both sides of an operator is suspicious and might indicate a cut and paste or logic error. Please examine this code carefully to determine if it is correct.
 fn == SRCDIR "/dbaccess/source/ui/misc/TokenWriter.cxx"< Same expression on both sides of ''. [+]Finding the same expression on both sides of an operator is suspicious and might indicate a cut and paste or logic error. Please examine this code carefully to determine if it is correct.
 fn == SRCDIR "/dbaccess/source/ui/misc/TokenWriter.cxx"< Same expression on both sides of ''. [+]Finding the same expression on both sides of an operator is suspicious and might indicate a cut and paste or logic error. Please examine this code carefully to determine if it is correct.
 fn == SRCDIR "/dbaccess/source/ui/misc/dbsubcomponentcontroller.cxx"< Same expression on both sides of ''. [+]Finding the same expression on both sides of an operator is suspicious and might indicate a cut and paste or logic error. Please examine this code carefully to determine if it is correct.
 fn == SRCDIR "/dbaccess/source/core/api/querycomposer.cxx"< Same expression on both sides of ''. [+]Finding the same expression on both sides of an operator is suspicious and might indicate a cut and paste or logic error. Please examine this code carefully to determine if it is correct.
 fn == SRCDIR "/desktop/source/lib/init.cxx"< Same expression on both sides of ''. [+]Finding the same expression on both sides of an operator is suspicious and might indicate a cut and paste or logic error. Please examine this code carefully to determine if it is correct.
 fn == SRCDIR "/lotuswordpro/source/filter/lwpfribmark.cxx"< Same expression on both sides of ''. [+]Finding the same expression on both sides of an operator is suspicious and might indicate a cut and paste or logic error. Please examine this code carefully to determine if it is correct.
 fn == SRCDIR "/tools/qa/cppunit/test_color.cxx"< Same expression on both sides of ''. [+]Finding the same expression on both sides of an operator is suspicious and might indicate a cut and paste or logic error. Please examine this code carefully to determine if it is correct.
 fn == SRCDIR "/sc/qa/unit/ucalc.cxx"< Same expression on both sides of ''. [+]Finding the same expression on both sides of an operator is suspicious and might indicate a cut and paste or logic error. Please examine this code carefully to determine if it is correct.
 fn == SRCDIR "/sc/source/ui/view/printfun.cxx"< Same expression on both sides of ''. [+]Finding the same expression on both sides of an operator is suspicious and might indicate a cut and paste or logic error. Please examine this code carefully to determine if it is correct.
 fn == SRCDIR "/sc/source/ui/view/preview.cxx"< Same expression on both sides of ''. [+]Finding the same expression on both sides of an operator is suspicious and might indicate a cut and paste or logic error. Please examine this code carefully to determine if it is correct.
 fn == SRCDIR "/sw/source/core/doc/tblafmt.cxx"< Same expression on both sides of ''. [+]Finding the same expression on both sides of an operator is suspicious and might indicate a cut and paste or logic error. Please examine this code carefully to determine if it is correct.
 fn == SRCDIR "/sw/source/core/draw/dflyobj.cxx"< Same expression on both sides of ''. [+]Finding the same expression on both sides of an operator is suspicious and might indicate a cut and paste or logic error. Please examine this code carefully to determine if it is correct.
 fn == SRCDIR "/sw/source/core/doc/DocumentDrawModelManager.cxx"< Same expression on both sides of ''. [+]Finding the same expression on both sides of an operator is suspicious and might indicate a cut and paste or logic error. Please examine this code carefully to determine if it is correct.
 fn == SRCDIR "/sw/source/core/edit/edfcol.cxx"< Same expression on both sides of ''. [+]Finding the same expression on both sides of an operator is suspicious and might indicate a cut and paste or logic error. Please examine this code carefully to determine if it is correct.
 fn == SRCDIR "/sw/source/filter/ww8/ww8toolbar.cxx"< Same expression on both sides of ''. [+]Finding the same expression on both sides of an operator is suspicious and might indicate a cut and paste or logic error. Please examine this code carefully to determine if it is correct.
 fn == SRCDIR "/sw/source/ui/fldui/fldvar.cxx"< Same expression on both sides of ''. [+]Finding the same expression on both sides of an operator is suspicious and might indicate a cut and paste or logic error. Please examine this code carefully to determine if it is correct.
 fn == SRCDIR "/sw/source/filter/ww8/ww8atr.cxx"< Same expression on both sides of ''. [+]Finding the same expression on both sides of an operator is suspicious and might indicate a cut and paste or logic error. Please examine this code carefully to determine if it is correct.
 fn == SRCDIR "/sd/source/ui/accessibility/AccessiblePageShape.cxx"< Same expression on both sides of ''. [+]Finding the same expression on both sides of an operator is suspicious and might indicate a cut and paste or logic error. Please examine this code carefully to determine if it is correct.
 fn == SRCDIR "/xmlsecurity/source/xmlsec/nss/nssinitializer.cxx"< Same expression on both sides of ''. [+]Finding the same expression on both sides of an operator is suspicious and might indicate a cut and paste or logic error. Please examine this code carefully to determine if it is correct.
 fn == SRCDIR "/sd/source/ui/slidesorter/cache/SlsRequestFactory.cxx"< Same expression on both sides of ''. [+]Finding the same expression on both sides of an operator is suspicious and might indicate a cut and paste or logic error. Please examine this code carefully to determine if it is correct.
 fn == SRCDIR "/sd/source/ui/framework/configuration/ResourceId.cxx"< Same expression on both sides of ''. [+]Finding the same expression on both sides of an operator is suspicious and might indicate a cut and paste or logic error. Please examine this code carefully to determine if it is correct.
 fn == SRCDIR "/sd/source/filter/html/htmlex.cxx"< Same expression on both sides of ''. [+]Finding the same expression on both sides of an operator is suspicious and might indicate a cut and paste or logic error. Please examine this code carefully to determine if it is correct.
 fn == SRCDIR "/starmath/source/cfgitem.cxx"< Same expression on both sides of ''. [+]Finding the same expression on both sides of an operator is suspicious and might indicate a cut and paste or logic error. Please examine this code carefully to determine if it is correct.
 fn == SRCDIR "/ucb/source/ucp/ftp/ftpurl.cxx"< Same expression on both sides of ''. [+]Finding the same expression on both sides of an operator is suspicious and might indicate a cut and paste or logic error. Please examine this code carefully to determine if it is correct.
 fn == SRCDIR "/starmath/source/node.cxx"< Same expression on both sides of ''. [+]Finding the same expression on both sides of an operator is suspicious and might indicate a cut and paste or logic error. Please examine this code carefully to determine if it is correct.
 fn == SRCDIR "/ucb/source/ucp/cmis/certvalidation_handler.cxx"< Same expression on both sides of ''. [+]Finding the same expression on both sides of an operator is suspicious and might indicate a cut and paste or logic error. Please examine this code carefully to determine if it is correct.
 fn == SRCDIR "/reportdesign/source/ui/inspection/GeometryHandler.cxx"< Same expression on both sides of ''. [+]Finding the same expression on both sides of an operator is suspicious and might indicate a cut and paste or logic error. Please examine this code carefully to determine if it is correct.
 fn == SRCDIR "/reportdesign/source/core/api/ReportDefinition.cxx"< Same expression on both sides of ''. [+]Finding the same expression on both sides of an operator is suspicious and might indicate a cut and paste or logic error. Please examine this code carefully to determine if it is correct.
 fn == SRCDIR "/test/source/table/tablerow.cxx"< Same expression on both sides of ''. [+]Finding the same expression on both sides of an operator is suspicious and might indicate a cut and paste or logic error. Please examine this code carefully to determine if it is correct.
 fn == SRCDIR "/basegfx/test/B2DHomMatrixTest.cxx"< Same expression on both sides of ''. [+]Finding the same expression on both sides of an operator is suspicious and might indicate a cut and paste or logic error. Please examine this code carefully to determine if it is correct.
 fn == SRCDIR "/comphelper/qa/unit/base64_test.cxx"< Same expression on both sides of ''. [+]Finding the same expression on both sides of an operator is suspicious and might indicate a cut and paste or logic error. Please examine this code carefully to determine if it is correct.
 fn == SRCDIR "/testtools/source/bridgetest/bridgetest.cxx"< Same expression on both sides of ''. [+]Finding the same expression on both sides of an operator is suspicious and might indicate a cut and paste or logic error. Please examine this code carefully to determine if it is correct.
 fn == SRCDIR "/comphelper/qa/string/test_string.cxx"< Same expression on both sides of ''. [+]Finding the same expression on both sides of an operator is suspicious and might indicate a cut and paste or logic error. Please examine this code carefully to determine if it is correct.
 fn == SRCDIR "/cppu/qa/test_unotype.cxx"< Same expression on both sides of ''. [+]Finding the same expression on both sides of an operator is suspicious and might indicate a cut and paste or logic error. Please examine this code carefully to determine if it is correct.
 fn == SRCDIR "/cppu/qa/cppumaker/test_cppumaker.cxx"< Same expression on both sides of ''. [+]Finding the same expression on both sides of an operator is suspicious and might indicate a cut and paste or logic error. Please examine this code carefully to determine if it is correct.
 fn == SRCDIR "/o3tl/qa/testlru_map.cxx"  fn == SRCDIR "/svl/qa/unit/svl.cxx"< Same expression on both sides of ''. [+]Finding the same expression on both sides of an operator is suspicious and might indicate a cut and paste or logic error. Please examine this code carefully to determine if it is correct.
 fn == SRCDIR "/chart2/qa/extras/PivotChartTest.cxx"< Same expression on both sides of ''. [+]Finding the same expression on both sides of an operator is suspicious and might indicate a cut and paste or logic error. Please examine this code carefully to determine if it is correct.
 fn == SRCDIR "/chart2/qa/extras/chart2export.cxx"< Same expression on both sides of ''. [+]Finding the same expression on both sides of an operator is suspicious and might indicate a cut and paste or logic error. Please examine this code carefully to determine if it is correct.
 fn == SRCDIR "/writerfilter/qa/cppunittests/misc/misc.cxx"< Same expression on both sides of ''. [+]Finding the same expression on both sides of an operator is suspicious and might indicate a cut and paste or logic error. Please examine this code carefully to determine if it is correct.
 fn == SRCDIR "/sw/qa/extras/ww8export/ww8export.cxx"< Same expression on both sides of ''. [+]Finding the same expression on both sides of an operator is suspicious and might indicate a cut and paste or logic error. Please examine this code carefully to determine if it is correct.
 fn == SRCDIR "/sw/qa/extras/uiwriter/uiwriter.cxx")< Same expression on both sides of ''. [+]Finding the same expression on both sides of an operator is suspicious and might indicate a cut and paste or logic error. Please examine this code carefully to determine if it is correct.
return;
// inside ifdef
if (fn == SRCDIR "/vcl/source/filter/png/pngread.cxx"
 fn == SRCDIR "/vcl/source/window/syschild.cxx"< Same expression on both sides of ''. [+]Finding the same expression on both sides of an operator is suspicious and might indicate a cut and paste or logic error. Please examine this code carefully to determine if it is correct.
 fn == SRCDIR "/sal/osl/unx/security.cxx"< Same expression on both sides of ''. [+]Finding the same expression on both sides of an operator is suspicious and might indicate a cut and paste or logic error. Please examine this code carefully to determine if it is correct.
 fn == SRCDIR "/vcl/source/filter/png/pngwrite.cxx"< Same expression on both sides of ''. [+]Finding the same expression on both sides of an operator is suspicious and might indicate a cut and paste or logic error. Please examine this code carefully to determine if it is correct.
 fn == SRCDIR "/svtools/source/control/inettbc.cxx"< Same expression on both sides of ''. [+]Finding the same expression on both sides of an operator is suspicious and might indicate a cut and paste or logic error. Please examine this code carefully to determine if it is correct.
 fn == SRCDIR "/canvas/source/cairo/cairo_textlayout.cxx"< Same expression on both sides of ''. [+]Finding the same expression on both sides of an operator is suspicious and might indicate a cut and paste or logic error. Please examine this code carefully to determine if it is correct.
 fn == SRCDIR "/sal/qa/osl/file/osl_File.cxx")< Same expression on both sides of ''. [+]Finding the same expression on both sides of an operator is suspicious and might indicate a cut and paste or logic error. Please examine this code carefully to determine if it is correct.
return;
// taking address of variable
if (fn == SRCDIR "/vcl/unx/generic/dtrans/X11_selection.cxx")< If condition 'fn==SRCDIR' is true, the function will return/exit< If condition 'fn==SRCDIR' is true, the function will return/exit
return;
// other
if (fn == SRCDIR "/sc/source/core/tool/scmatrix.cxx"< Testing identical condition 'fn==SRCDIR'
 fn == SRCDIR "/sal/qa/rtl/oustringbuffer/test_oustringbuffer_assign.cxx")< Testing identical condition 'fn==SRCDIR'< Same expression on both sides of ''. [+]Finding the same expression on both sides of an operator is suspicious and might indicate a cut and paste or logic error. Please examine this code carefully to determine if it is correct.
return;
TraverseDecl(compiler.getASTContext().getTranslationUnitDecl());
}
bool VisitCompoundStmt(CompoundStmt const*);
private:
const VarDecl* findSimpleAssign(Stmt const*);
bool isSimpleRHS(Expr const*);
Expr const* ignore(Expr const*);
void checkForSecondAssign(Stmt const* stmt, VarDecl const* varDecl);
};
bool SequentialAssign::VisitCompoundStmt(CompoundStmt const* compoundStmt)
{
if (ignoreLocation(compoundStmt))
return true;
auto it = compoundStmt>body_begin();
while (true)
{
if (it == compoundStmt>body_end())
break;
auto firstStmt = *it;
const VarDecl* foundVars = findSimpleAssign(firstStmt);
// reference types have slightly weird behaviour
if (!foundVars  foundVars>getType()>isReferenceType())
{
++it;
continue;
}
++it;
if (it == compoundStmt>body_end())
break;
checkForSecondAssign(*it, foundVars);
}
return true;
}
void SequentialAssign::checkForSecondAssign(Stmt const* stmt, VarDecl const* varDecl)
{
if (auto exprCleanup = dyn_cast<ExprWithCleanups>(stmt))
stmt = exprCleanup>getSubExpr();
if (auto operatorCall = dyn_cast<CXXOperatorCallExpr>(stmt))
{
if (operatorCall>getOperator() == OO_Equal)
{
if (auto declRefExprLHS = dyn_cast<DeclRefExpr>(ignore(operatorCall>getArg(0))))
if (declRefExprLHS>getDecl() == varDecl)
{
report(DiagnosticsEngine::Warning,
"simplify by merging with the preceding assignment",
compat::getBeginLoc(stmt))
<< stmt>getSourceRange();
}
}
return;
}
if (auto binaryOp = dyn_cast<BinaryOperator>(stmt))
{
if (binaryOp>getOpcode() == BO_Assign)
{
if (auto declRefExpr = dyn_cast<DeclRefExpr>(ignore(binaryOp>getLHS())))
if (declRefExpr>getDecl() == varDecl)
{
report(DiagnosticsEngine::Warning,
"simplify by merging with the preceding assignment",
compat::getBeginLoc(stmt))
<< stmt>getSourceRange();
}
}
}
}
const VarDecl* SequentialAssign::findSimpleAssign(Stmt const* stmt)
{
if (auto declStmt = dyn_cast<DeclStmt>(stmt))
if (declStmt>isSingleDecl())
if (auto varDeclLHS = dyn_cast_or_null<VarDecl>(declStmt>getSingleDecl()))
{
if (varDeclLHS>getStorageDuration() == SD_Static)
return nullptr;
// if it's callstyle init (e.g. OUString s("xxx")), we only treat
// it as simple if it only contains a variable in the call
// (e.g. OUString s(x))
if (varDeclLHS>getInitStyle() == VarDecl::InitializationStyle::CallInit)
{
auto cxxConstructExpr
= dyn_cast<CXXConstructExpr>(ignore(varDeclLHS>getInit()));
if (cxxConstructExpr)
{
if (cxxConstructExpr>getNumArgs() == 0)
return varDeclLHS;
if (cxxConstructExpr>getNumArgs() > 1)
return nullptr;
if (!isa<DeclRefExpr>(ignore(cxxConstructExpr>getArg(0))))
return nullptr;
}
}
if (auto init = varDeclLHS>getInit())
if (isSimpleRHS(init))
return varDeclLHS;
}
if (auto operatorCall = dyn_cast<CXXOperatorCallExpr>(stmt))
if (operatorCall>getOperator() == OO_Equal)
if (auto declRefExprLHS = dyn_cast<DeclRefExpr>(ignore(operatorCall>getArg(0))))
if (auto varDeclLHS = dyn_cast<VarDecl>(declRefExprLHS>getDecl()))
if (isSimpleRHS(operatorCall>getArg(1)))
return varDeclLHS;
if (auto binaryOp = dyn_cast<BinaryOperator>(stmt))
if (binaryOp>getOpcode() == BO_Assign)
if (auto declRefExprLHS = dyn_cast<DeclRefExpr>(ignore(binaryOp>getLHS())))
if (auto varDeclLHS = dyn_cast<VarDecl>(declRefExprLHS>getDecl()))
if (isSimpleRHS(binaryOp>getRHS()))
return varDeclLHS;
return nullptr;
}
/**
Does the first statement have a relatively simply RHS we can inline into the second statement?
*/
bool SequentialAssign::isSimpleRHS(Expr const* expr)
{
expr = ignore(expr);
// code like
// Point aCurPos = rGlyphs
// always has a CXXConstructExpr wrapping the RHS
if (auto cxxConstructExpr = dyn_cast<CXXConstructExpr>(expr))
if (cxxConstructExpr>getNumArgs() == 1)
expr = ignore(cxxConstructExpr>getArg(0));
if (!expr>isValueDependent()
&& expr>isConstantInitializer(compiler.getASTContext(), false /*ForRef*/))
return true;
if (isa<CXXMemberCallExpr>(expr))
return false;
if (isa<CXXOperatorCallExpr>(expr))
return false;
if (isa<UserDefinedLiteral>(expr))
return true;
if (isa<CallExpr>(expr))
return false;
if (isa<CastExpr>(expr))
return false;
if (isa<ArraySubscriptExpr>(expr))
return false;
if (isa<BinaryOperator>(expr))
return false;
if (isa<ConditionalOperator>(expr))
return false;
if (isa<UnaryOperator>(expr))
return false;
if (isa<CXXNewExpr>(expr))
return false;
if (auto memberExpr = dyn_cast<MemberExpr>(expr))
return isSimpleRHS(memberExpr>getBase());
return true;
}
Expr const* SequentialAssign::ignore(Expr const* expr)
{
return expr>IgnoreImplicit()>IgnoreParens()>IgnoreImplicit();
}
// Off by default because of safety concerns, see TODO at top
loplugin::Plugin::Registration<SequentialAssign> X("sequentialassign", false);
}
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