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2014-12-13simplify getopt_long argv permutation loop logicRich Felker-3/+1
2014-12-13fix handling of "--" with getopt_long argv permutationRich Felker-1/+0
if argv permutation is used, the option terminator "--" should be moved before any skipped non-option arguments rather than being left in the argv tail where the caller will see and interpret it.
2014-12-11accept null longopts pointer in getopt_longRich Felker-1/+1
this is an undocumented feature of GNU getopt_long that the BSD version also mimics, and is reportedly needed by some programs.
2014-12-10fix getopt handling of initial '+' in optstringRich Felker-1/+1
in the case where an initial '+' was passed in optstring (a getopt_long feature to suppress argv permutation), getopt would fail to see a possible subsequent ':', resulting in incorrect handling of missing arguments.
2014-12-10support abbreviated options in getopt_longRich Felker-7/+18
2014-12-10support options after non-option arguments in getopt_long (argv permutation)Rich Felker-0/+39
2014-12-09don't shadow functions with macros in C++Bobby Bingham-0/+6
C++ programmers typically expect something like "::function(x,y)" to work and may be surprised to find that "(::function)(x,y)" is actually required due to the headers declaring a macro version of some standard functions. We already omit function-like macros for C++ in most cases where there is a real function available. This commit extends this to the remaining function-like macros which have a real function version.
2014-12-05use direct syscall rather than write function in posix_spawn childRich Felker-1/+1
the write function is a cancellation point and accesses thread-local state belonging to the calling thread in the parent process. since cancellation is blocked for the duration of posix_spawn, this is probably safe, but it's fragile and unnecessary. making the syscall directly is just as easy and clearly safe.
2014-12-05don't fail posix_spawn on failed closeRich Felker-2/+1
the resolution of austin group issue #370 removes the requirement that posix_spawn fail when the close file action is performed on an already-closed fd. since there are no other meaningful errors for close, just ignoring the return value completely is the simplest fix.
2014-12-04fix getopt handling of ':' modifier for multibyte option charactersRich Felker-4/+9
the previous hard-coded offsets of +1 and +2 contained a hidden assumption that the option character matched was single-byte, despite this implementation of getopt attempting to support multibyte option characters. this patch reworks the matching logic to leave the final index pointing just past the matched character so that fixed offsets can be used to check for ':'.
2014-12-03add arm private syscall numbersTimo Teräs-0/+5
it is part of kernel uapi, and some programs (e.g. nodejs) do use them
2014-12-02fix return value of pthread_getaffinity_np and pthread_setaffinity_npRich Felker-8/+11
these functions are expected to return an error code rather than setting errno and returning -1.
2014-12-02fix uninitialized output from sched_getaffinityRich Felker-1/+5
the sched_getaffinity syscall only fills a cpu set up to the set size used/supported by the kernel. the rest is left untouched and userspace is responsible for zero-filling it based on the return value of the syscall.
2014-12-02add support for non-option arguments extension to getoptGianluca Anzolin-4/+20
this is a GNU extension, activated by including '-' as the first character of the options string, whereby non-option arguments are processed as if they were arguments to an option character '\1' rather than ending option processing.
2014-11-23adapt dynamic linker for new binutils versions that omit DT_RPATHRich Felker-0/+2
the new DT_RUNPATH semantics for search order are always used, and since binutils had always set both DT_RPATH and DT_RUNPATH when the latter was used, processing only DT_RPATH worked fine. however, recent binutils has stopped generating DT_RPATH when DT_RUNPATH is used, which broke support for this feature completely.
2014-11-23fix tabs/spaces in memcpy.sRich Felker-279/+279
this file had been a mess that went unnoticed ever since it was imported. some lines used spaces for indention while others used tabs, and tabs were used for alignment.
2014-11-23fix build regression in arm asm for setjmp/longjmp with old assemblersRich Felker-2/+2
2014-11-23fix build regression in arm asm for memcpyRich Felker-30/+30
commit 27828f7e9adb6b4f93ca56f6f98ef4c44bb5ed4e fixed compatibility with clang's internal assembler, but broke compatibility with gas and the traditional arm asm syntax by switching to the arm "unified assembler language" (UAL). recent versions of gas also support UAL, but require the .syntax directive to be used to switch to it. clang on the other hand defaults to UAL. and old versions of gas (still relevant) don't support UAL at all. for the conditional ldm/stm instructions, "ia" is default and can just be omitted, resulting in a mnemonic that's compatible with both traditional and UAL syntax. but for byte/halfword loads and stores, there seems to be no mnemonic compatible with both, and thus .word is used to produce the desired opcode explicitly. the .inst directive is not used because it is not compatible with older assemblers.
2014-11-23arm assembly changes for clang compatibilityJoakim Sindholt-32/+32
2014-11-22unify non-inline version of syscall code across archsRich Felker-104/+16
except powerpc, which still lacks inline syscalls simply because nobody has written the code, these are all fallbacks used to work around a clang bug that probably does not exist in versions of clang that can compile musl. however, it's useful to have the generic non-inline code anyway, as it eases the task of porting to new archs: writing inline syscall code is now optional. this approach could also help support compilers which don't understand inline asm or lack support for the needed register constraints. mips could not be unified because it has special fixup code for broken layout of the kernel's struct stat.
2014-11-22inline 5- and 6-argument syscalls on armRich Felker-2/+15
2014-11-22remove old clang workarounds from arm syscall implementationRich Felker-31/+0
the register constraints in the non-clang case were tested to work on clang back to 3.2, and earlier versions of clang have known bugs that preclude building musl. there may be other reasons to prefer not to use inline syscalls, but if so the function-call-based implementations should be added back in a unified way for all archs.
2014-11-22fix __aeabi_read_tp oversight in arm atomics/tls overhaulRich Felker-10/+5
calls to __aeabi_read_tp may be generated by the compiler to access TLS on pre-v6 targets. previously, this function was hard-coded to call the kuser helper, which would crash on kernels with kuser helper removed. to fix the problem most efficiently, the definition of __aeabi_read_tp is moved so that it's an alias for the new __a_gettp. however, on v7+ targets, code to initialize the runtime choice of thread-pointer loading code is not even compiled, meaning that defining __aeabi_read_tp would have caused an immediate crash due to using the default implementation of __a_gettp with a HCF instruction. fortunately there is an elegant solution which reduces overall code size: putting the native thread-pointer loading instruction in the default code path for __a_gettp, so that separate default/native code paths are not needed. this function should never be called before __set_thread_area anyway, and if it is called early on pre-v6 hardware, the old behavior (crashing) is maintained. ideally __aeabi_read_tp would not be called at all on v7+ targets anyway -- in fact, prior to the overhaul, the same problem existed, but it was never caught by users building for v7+ with kuser disabled. however, it's possible for calls to __aeabi_read_tp to end up in a v7+ binary if some of the object files were built for pre-v7 targets, e.g. in the case of static libraries that were built separately, so this case needs to be handled.
2014-11-19overhaul ARM atomics/tls for performance and compatibilityRich Felker-56/+331
previously, builds for pre-armv6 targets hard-coded use of the "kuser helper" system for atomics and thread-pointer access, resulting in binaries that fail to run (crash) on systems where this functionality has been disabled (as a security/hardening measure) in the kernel. additionally, builds for armv6 hard-coded an outdated/deprecated memory barrier instruction which may require emulation (extremely slow) on future models. this overhaul replaces the behavior for all pre-armv7 builds (both of the above cases) to perform runtime detection of the appropriate mechanisms for barrier, atomic compare-and-swap, and thread pointer access. detection is based on information provided by the kernel in auxv: presence of the HWCAP_TLS bit for AT_HWCAP and the architecture version encoded in AT_PLATFORM. direct use of the instructions is preferred when possible, since probing for the existence of the kuser helper page would be difficult and would incur runtime cost. for builds targeting armv7 or later, the runtime detection code is not compiled at all, and much more efficient versions of the non-cas atomic operations are provided by using ldrex/strex directly rather than wrapping cas.
2014-11-19save auxv pointer into libc struct early in dynamic linker startupRich Felker-0/+1
this allows most code to assume it has already been saved, and is a prerequisite for upcoming changes for arm atomic/tls operations.
2014-11-15getopt: fix optional argument processingFelix Fietkau-2/+2
Processing an option character with optional argument fails if the option is last on the command line. This happens because the if (optind >= argc) check runs first before testing for optional argument.
2014-11-15implement a private state for the uchar.h functionsJens Gustedt-0/+6
The C standard is imperative on that: 7.28.1 ... If ps is a null pointer, each function uses its own internal mbstate_t object instead, which is initialized at program startup to the initial conversion state; and these functions are also not supposed to implicitly use the state of the wchar.h functions: ... The implementation behaves as if no library function calls these functions with a null pointer for ps. Previously this resulted in two bugs. - The functions c16rtomb and mbrtoc16 would crash when called with ps set to null. - The function mbrtoc32 used the private state of mbrtowc, which it is not allowed to do.
2014-11-15fix behavior of printf with alt-form octal, zero precision, zero valueRich Felker-1/+1
in this case there are two conflicting rules in play: that an explicit precision of zero with the value zero produces no output, and that the '#' modifier for octal increases the precision sufficiently to yield a leading zero. ISO C ( paragraph 6 in C99+TC3) includes a parenthetical remark to clarify that the precision-increasing behavior takes precedence, but the corresponding text in POSIX off of which I based the implementation is missing this remark. this issue was covered in WG14 DR#151.
2014-11-05math: use fnstsw consistently instead of fstsw in x87 asmSzabolcs Nagy-11/+11
fnstsw does not wait for pending unmasked x87 floating-point exceptions and it is the same as fstsw when all exceptions are masked which is the only environment libc supports.
2014-11-05math: fix x86_64 and x32 asm not to use sahf instructionSzabolcs Nagy-28/+14
Some early x86_64 cpus (released before 2006) did not support sahf/lahf instructions so they should be avoided (intel manual says they are only supported if CPUID.80000001H:ECX.LAHF-SAHF[bit 0] = 1). The workaround simplifies exp2l and expm1l because fucomip can be used instead of the fucomp;fnstsw;sahf sequence copied from i386. In fmodl and remainderl sahf is replaced by a simple bit test.
2014-11-05fix 64-bit syscall argument passing on or1kRich Felker-1/+1
the kernel syscall interface for or1k does not expect 64-bit arguments to be aligned to "even" register boundaries. this incorrect alignment broke truncate/ftruncate and as well as a few less-common syscalls.
2014-10-31fix uninitialized mode variable in openat functionRich Felker-1/+1
this was introduced in commit 2da3ab1382ca8e39eb1e4428103764a81fba73d3 as an oversight while making the variadic argument access conditional.
2014-10-31math: use the rounding idiom consistentlySzabolcs Nagy-58/+89
the idiomatic rounding of x is n = x + toint - toint; where toint is either 1/EPSILON (x is non-negative) or 1.5/EPSILON (x may be negative and nearest rounding mode is assumed) and EPSILON is according to the evaluation precision (the type of toint is not very important, because single precision float can represent the 1/EPSILON of ieee binary128). in case of FLT_EVAL_METHOD!=0 this avoids a useless store to double or float precision, and the long double code became cleaner with 1/LDBL_EPSILON instead of ifdefs for toint. __rem_pio2f and __rem_pio2 functions slightly changed semantics: on i386 a double-rounding is avoided so close to half-way cases may get evaluated differently eg. as sin(pi/4-eps) instead of cos(pi/4+eps)
2014-10-31fix rint.c and rintf.c when FLT_EVAL_METHOD!=0Szabolcs Nagy-4/+22
The old code used the rounding idiom incorrectly: y = (double)(x + 0x1p52) - 0x1p52; the cast is useless if FLT_EVAL_METHOD==0 and causes a second rounding if FLT_EVAL_METHOD==2 which can give incorrect result in nearest rounding mode, so the correct idiom is to add/sub a power-of-2 according to the characteristics of double_t. This did not cause actual bug because only i386 is affected where rint is implemented in asm. Other rounding functions use a similar idiom, but they give correct results because they only rely on getting a neighboring integer result and the rounding direction is fixed up separately independently of the current rounding mode. However they should be fixed to use the idiom correctly too.
2014-10-30fix invalid access by openat to possibly-missing variadic mode argumentRich Felker-4/+8
the mode argument is only required to be present when the O_CREAT or O_TMPFILE flag is used.
2014-10-30fix failure of open to read variadic mode argument for O_TMPFILERich Felker-1/+1
2014-10-20manually "shrink wrap" fast path in pthread_onceRich Felker-8/+12
this change is a workaround for the inability of current compilers to perform "shrink wrapping" optimizations. in casual testing, it roughly doubled the performance of pthread_once when called on an already-finished once control object.
2014-10-14release 1.1.5v1.1.5Rich Felker-1/+39
2014-10-14suppress macro definitions of ctype functions under C++Rich Felker-0/+7
based on patch by Sergey Dmitrouk.
2014-10-13implement uchar.h (C11 UTF-16/32 conversion) interfacesRich Felker-5/+109
2014-10-13eliminate global waiters count in pthread_onceRich Felker-9/+13
2014-10-10fix missing barrier in pthread_once/call_once shortcut pathRich Felker-2/+6
these functions need to be fast when the init routine has already run, since they may be called very often from code which depends on global initialization having taken place. as such, a fast path bypassing atomic cas on the once control object was used to avoid heavy memory contention. however, on archs with weakly ordered memory, the fast path failed to ensure that the caller actually observes the side effects of the init routine. preliminary performance testing showed that simply removing the fast path was not practical; a performance drop of roughly 85x was observed with 20 threads hammering the same once control on a 24-core machine. so the new explicit barrier operation from atomic.h is used to retain the fast path while ensuring memory visibility. performance may be reduced on some archs where the barrier actually makes a difference, but the previous behavior was unsafe and incorrect on these archs. future improvements to the implementation of a_barrier should reduce the impact.
2014-10-10add explicit barrier operation to internal atomic.h APIRich Felker-6/+33
2014-10-09fix handling of negative offsets in timezone spec stringsRich Felker-10/+7
previously, the hours were considered as a signed quantity while minutes and seconds were always treated as positive offsets. however, semantically the '-' sign should negate the whole hh:mm:ss offset. this bug only affected timezones east of GMT with non-whole-hours offsets, such as those used in India and Nepal.
2014-10-08add new linux file sealing api to fcntl.hSzabolcs Nagy-0/+7
new in linux v3.17 commit 40e041a2c858b3caefc757e26cb85bfceae5062b sealing allows some operations to be blocked on a file which makes file access safer when fds are shared between processes (only supported for shared mem fds currently) flags: F_SEAL_SEAL prevents further sealing F_SEAL_SHRINK prevents file from shrinking F_SEAL_GROW prevents file from growing F_SEAL_WRITE prevents writes fcntl commands: F_GET_SEALS get the current seal flags F_ADD_SEALS add new seal flags
2014-10-08add new IPV6_AUTOFLOWLABEL socket option in netinet/in.hSzabolcs Nagy-0/+1
added in linux v3.17 commit 753a2ad54ef45e3417a9d49537c2b42b04a2e1be enables automatic flow label generation on transmit
2014-10-08add new syscall numbers for seccomp, getrandom, memfd_createSzabolcs Nagy-0/+50
these syscalls are new in linux v3.17 and present on all supported archs except sh. seccomp was added in commit 48dc92b9fc3926844257316e75ba11eb5c742b2c it has operation, flags and pointer arguments (if flags==0 then it is the same as prctl(PR_SET_SECCOMP,...)), the uapi header for flag definitions is linux/seccomp.h getrandom was added in commit c6e9d6f38894798696f23c8084ca7edbf16ee895 it provides an entropy source when open("/dev/urandom",..) would fail, the uapi header for flags is linux/random.h memfd_create was added in commit 9183df25fe7b194563db3fec6dc3202a5855839c it allows anon mmap to have an fd, that can be shared, sealed and needs no mount point, the uapi header for flags is linux/memfd.h
2014-10-08always provide __fpclassifyl and __signbitl definitionsRich Felker-1/+9
previously the external definitions of these functions were omitted on archs where long double is the same as double, since the code paths in the math.h macros which would call them are unreachable. however, even if they are unreachable, the definitions are still mandatory. omitting them is invalid C, and in the case of a non-optimizing compiler, will result in a link error.
2014-10-06ignore access mode bits of flags in mkostemps and functions that use itRich Felker-0/+1
per the text accepted for inclusion in POSIX, behavior is unspecified when any of the access mode bits are set. since it's impossible to consistently report this usage error (O_RDONLY could not be detected since its value happens to be zero), the most consistent way to handle them is just to ignore them. previously, if a caller erroneously passed O_WRONLY, the resulting access mode would be O_WRONLY|O_RDWR, which has the value 3, and this resulted in a file descriptor which rejects both read and write attempts when it is subsequently used.
2014-10-04fix handling of odd lengths in swab functionRich Felker-1/+1
this function is specified to leave the last byte with "unspecified disposition" when the length is odd, so for the most part correct programs should not be calling swab with odd lengths. however, doing so is permitted, and should not write past the end of the destination buffer.