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Inline bug in Norcroft C 5.53?

Hi!

I'm not sure, but I think I have found a bug in Norcroft C 5.53
concerning inline functions. I made up a small example (not a minimal
one, I'm sure you could trim it a little bit, but it's an easy to
understand real-world example):

----->8---------->8---------->8---------->8---------->8---------->8-----
#include <ctype.h>
#include <stdio.h>
#include <string.h>

#define STRING "This is some test string\0"

static inline int is_base64char( int c )
{
    return ( isalnum(c) || (c == '/' || c == '+') );
}

static inline int is_base64( char *p, int len )
{
    while( len > 0 )
    {
        if( *p != '\n' && *p != '\r' && !is_base64char(*p) )
        {
            printf("a\n");  /* THIS STATEMENT MAKES THE BUG VISIBLE */
            return 0;
        }
        p++;
        len--;
    }
    return 1;
}

int main( int argc, char** argv )
{
    int len = is_base64( STRING, strlen(STRING) );
    return 0;
}
----->8---------->8---------->8---------->8---------->8---------->8-----

The problem now is the inline for is_base64(). First, try to compile
the example in the following way and you'll see what you'd expect:

*cc -Dinline="" -o example example.c
Norcroft RISC OS ARM C vsn 5.53 [14 Jan 2003]                          
*example
a

Fine so far. But without inlining the functions. Now try with inlining
them:

*cc -o example example.c
Norcroft RISC OS ARM C vsn 5.53 [14 Jan 2003]                          
*example
oflaoflaoflaofla

(I replaced the actual garbage with "ofla" as we're on usenet here ;-)

So, somehow the compiler has a problem with inlining the function
correctly. It only depends on inlining is_base64, you can make
is_base64char non-inlined, but the problem still occurs. Interestingly,
you have to assign the return value of is_base64 to a variable as
otherwise the bug doesn't show up.

So, I really think it's a bug. Is it known?

TIA.

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Stefan Bellon wrote:

> I'm not sure, but I think I have found a bug in Norcroft C 5.53
> concerning inline functions.

[snipped example code and instructions of how to reproduce it]

> So, I really think it's a bug. Is it known?

I take this as a "no, it's not known yet". Is Castle the right place to
report those bugs?

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6/29/2003 7:50:18 AM
In message <4c0a0da8f7sbellon@sbellon.de>
          Stefan Bellon <sbellon@sbellon.de> wrote:

> Stefan Bellon wrote:
> 
> > I'm not sure, but I think I have found a bug in Norcroft C 5.53
> > concerning inline functions.
> 
> [snipped example code and instructions of how to reproduce it]
> 
> > So, I really think it's a bug. Is it known?
> 
> I take this as a "no, it's not known yet". Is Castle the right place to
> report those bugs?

Yes, try c-support at their new domain (Iyonix dot com).

Martin
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AECB » AECB History - AECB - The sustainable building association
1989 AECB – the Sustainable Building Association was founded by Keith and Sally Hall as The Association of Environment Conscious Builders , with ...

2014 news - University of Bradford
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