The generic compilation component: a tree interpreter

The program
The Input
Setting up the environment
The command file
The Output

Sample tree-walking routine: traverse the tree created by a previous compilation, and identify some of the components of the program. In this case, list the kind of all nodes traversed, and list the names of the subprograms declared in the visible part of package declarations, both for the main unit and for the units that appear in its context clause. ('withed' units).
The program
with Ada.Command_Line; use Ada.Command_Line;
with Atree; use Atree;
with GNAT.OS_Lib; use GNAT.OS_Lib;
with GNAT.Io;
with Lib;
with Nlists; use Nlists;
with Sinfo; use Sinfo;
with Sinput;
with Namet; use Namet;
with Tree_In;
with Types; use Types;

procedure Test_Walker is
   N              : Node_Id;
   Tree_File_Name : String    := Argument (1) & Ascii.Nul;
   Error_Msg      : String    := " had unhandled exception"
                                  & Ascii.LF & Ascii.Nul;
   Result         : Integer;
   FD             : File_Descriptor;
   procedure Walk (N : Node_Id);
   --  Recursive procedure that does the work.
   procedure Walk (N : Node_Id) is
      Line       : Integer;
      Loc        : Source_Ptr;
      Kind       : Node_Kind;
      Kids       : List_Id;
      L          : Node_Id;
      F          : Node_Id;

      Kind := Nkind (N);
      Gnat.IO.Put ("Encountered Node Kind : ");
      Gnat.IO.Put_Line (Node_Kind'Image (Kind));

      case Kind is
	 when N_Compilation_Unit =>
	    Walk (Unit (N));
	    Kids := Context_Items (N);        --  list of withed units
	    F := First (Kids);
	    L := F;

	    while L /= Empty loop
	       Walk (L);
	       L := Next (L);
	       exit when L = F;
	    end loop;

	 when N_With_Clause =>
	    Walk (Library_Unit(N));

	 when N_Package_Declaration =>
	    Walk (Specification (N));

	 when N_Package_Specification =>
	    Kids := Visible_Declarations (N);
	    F := First (Kids);
	    L := F;

	    while L /= Empty loop
	       Walk (L);
	       L := Next (L);
	       exit when L = F;
	    end loop;

	 when N_Subprogram_Declaration =>
 	       Subprog_Id : Node_Id := Defining_Unit_Name (Specification (N));
	       Subprog_Name_Id : Name_Id := Chars (Subprog_Id);
	       Loc := Sloc (Subprog_Id);
	       Line := Integer (Sinput.Get_Line_Number (Loc));
	       Get_Name_String (Chars (Subprog_Id));
	       Gnat.IO.Put ("Declaration of ");
	       Gnat.IO.Put (Name_Buffer (1 .. Name_Len));
	       Gnat.IO.Put (" found on Line ");
	       Gnat.IO.Put (Line);

	 when others =>
      end case;
   end Walk;


   FD := Open_Read (Tree_File_Name'Address, Binary);
   Tree_In (FD);
   N := Lib.Cunit (Types.Main_Unit);
   Walk (N);

   when others =>
      Result := GNAT.OS_Lib.Write (Standerr, Tree_File_Name'Address,
				   Tree_File_Name'Length - 1);
      Result := GNAT.OS_Lib.Write (Standerr, Error_Msg'Address,
				   Error_Msg'Length - 1);
end Test_Walker;

test program for tree walker

package Tiny is I: Integer; procedure Foo (J : Integer); procedure Bar; end Tiny;

Setting Up the environment

a) Create a directory called ada, which will hold the source files for the compiler. b) Create a directory walk, which will hold the tree_walking routine and the test cases. c) Into the ada directory copy everyting from /usr/local/pkg/gnat-3.10p/src/ada i.e., assuming you are in the parent directory from ada, do: cp /usr/local/pkg/gnat-3.10p/src/ada/* ada d) Modify your path so that the GNAT commands are ahead of others: set path=(/usr/local/pkg/gnat-3.10p/bin $path) then execute source /usr/local/pkg/gnat-3.10p/env-vals in order to set up the environment variables that the compiler needs. You might want to copy this file locally, or place it in your .cshrc file so that the environment is set whenever you log in. e) Go into the walk directory, and compile the tree-walker routine: gnatmake -I../ada test_walker A number of .o files and .ali files will appear in that directory. These will be created the first time you build test_walker. You will notice that subsequent compilations will be much faster. f) place the example provided above into file g) Build the tree for this ada program: gcc -c -gnatt h) Run tree-walker on the tree file you just created: tree_walker tiny.ats i) Modify the tree-walker routine and have it do something more useful. Apply it to a larger program.

File-Naming rules

A package specification appears in a file with extension .ads (ada specification), a package body appears in a file with extension .adb (ada body). The tree for a .ads file appears in a file with extension .ats (ada tree specification) and of course a tree for a .adb file appears in a file with extension .atb, as you would expect.

Command file

#!/bin/csh source ../env-vals gcc -c -gnatv -gnatt gnatmake -gnatv -I../ada -gnatv test_walker ./test_walker tiny.ats

Output of tree walker

spunky% ./test_walker tiny.ats Encountered Node Kind : N_COMPILATION_UNIT Encountered Node Kind : N_PACKAGE_DECLARATION Encountered Node Kind : N_PACKAGE_SPECIFICATION Encountered Node Kind : N_OBJECT_DECLARATION Encountered Node Kind : N_SUBPROGRAM_DECLARATION Declaration of foo found on Line 3 Encountered Node Kind : N_SUBPROGRAM_DECLARATION Declaration of bar found on Line 4