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// Copyright (c) 2019, the Dart project authors. Please see the AUTHORS file
// for details. All rights reserved. Use of this source code is governed by a
// BSD-style license that can be found in the LICENSE file.
#include "platform/allocation.h"
#include "platform/growable_array.h"
#include "vm/compiler/stub_code_compiler.h"
#include "vm/flag_list.h"
#include "vm/virtual_memory.h"
namespace dart {
// In JIT mode, when write-protection is enabled without dual-mapping, we cannot
// rely on Instructions generated in the Isolate's heap to be executable while
// native code is running in a safepoint. This means that native code cannot
// directly invoke FFI callback trampolines.
// To solve this, we create trampolines tied to consecutive sequences of
// callback IDs which leave the safepoint before invoking the FFI callback,
// and re-enter the safepoint on return from the callback.
// Since we can never map these trampolines RX -> RW, we eagerly generate as
// many as will fit on a single page, since pages are the smallest granularity
// of memory protection.
// See also:
// - StubCodeCompiler::GenerateJITCallbackTrampolines
// - {NativeEntryInstr, NativeReturnInstr}::EmitNativeCode
DECLARE_FLAG(bool, write_protect_code);
class NativeCallbackTrampolines : public ValueObject {
static bool Enabled() { return !FLAG_precompiled_mode; }
static intptr_t NumCallbackTrampolinesPerPage() {
return (VirtualMemory::PageSize() -
compiler::StubCodeCompiler::kNativeCallbackSharedStubSize) /
NativeCallbackTrampolines() {}
~NativeCallbackTrampolines() {
// Unmap all the trampoline pages. 'VirtualMemory's are new-allocated.
for (intptr_t i = 0; i < trampoline_pages_.length(); ++i) {
delete trampoline_pages_[i];
// For each callback ID, we have an entry in Thread::ffi_callback_code_ and
// a trampoline here. These arrays must be kept in sync and this method is
// exposed to assert that.
intptr_t next_callback_id() const { return next_callback_id_; }
// Allocates a callback trampoline corresponding to the callback id
// 'next_callback_id()'. Returns an entrypoint to the trampoline.
void AllocateTrampoline();
// Get the entrypoint for a previously allocated callback ID.
uword TrampolineForId(int32_t callback_id);
MallocGrowableArray<VirtualMemory*> trampoline_pages_;
intptr_t trampolines_left_on_page_ = 0;
intptr_t next_callback_id_ = 0;
#endif // !defined(DART_PRECOMPILED_RUNTIME) && !defined(TARGET_ARCH_DBC)
} // namespace dart