Commit 05fe66f6 authored by Damien George's avatar Damien George
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py: Move locals/globals dicts to the thread-specific state.

Each threads needs to have its own private references to its current
locals/globals dicts, otherwise functions running within different
contexts (eg imported from different files) can behave very strangely.
parent fe866d99
......@@ -143,6 +143,8 @@ STATIC mp_obj_t mod_thread_stack_size(size_t n_args, const mp_obj_t *args) {
STATIC MP_DEFINE_CONST_FUN_OBJ_VAR_BETWEEN(mod_thread_stack_size_obj, 0, 1, mod_thread_stack_size);
typedef struct _thread_entry_args_t {
mp_obj_dict_t *dict_locals;
mp_obj_dict_t *dict_globals;
size_t stack_size;
mp_obj_t fun;
size_t n_args;
......@@ -161,6 +163,10 @@ STATIC void *thread_entry(void *args_in) {
mp_stack_set_top(&ts + 1); // need to include ts in root-pointer scan
// set locals and globals from the calling context
// signal that we are set up and running
......@@ -169,7 +175,6 @@ STATIC void *thread_entry(void *args_in) {
// TODO set more thread-specific state here:
// mp_pending_exception? (root pointer)
// cur_exception (root pointer)
// dict_locals? (root pointer) uPy doesn't make a new locals dict for functions, just for classes, so it's different to CPy
DEBUG_printf("[thread] start ts=%p args=%p stack=%p\n", &ts, &args, MP_STATE_THREAD(stack_top));
......@@ -240,6 +245,10 @@ STATIC mp_obj_t mod_thread_start_new_thread(size_t n_args, const mp_obj_t *args)
th_args->n_args = pos_args_len;
memcpy(th_args->args, pos_args_items, pos_args_len * sizeof(mp_obj_t));
// pass our locals and globals into the new thread
th_args->dict_locals = mp_locals_get();
th_args->dict_globals = mp_globals_get();
// set the stack size to use
th_args->stack_size = thread_stack_size;
......@@ -196,11 +196,13 @@ typedef struct _mp_state_vm_t {
// This structure holds state that is specific to a given thread.
// Everything in this structure is scanned for root pointers.
typedef struct _mp_state_thread_t {
mp_obj_dict_t *dict_locals;
mp_obj_dict_t *dict_globals;
// Note: nlr asm code has the offset of this hard-coded
nlr_buf_t *nlr_top; // ROOT POINTER
// Stack top at the start of program
// Note: this entry is used to locate the end of the root pointer section.
char *stack_top;
......@@ -208,15 +210,11 @@ typedef struct _mp_state_thread_t {
} mp_state_thread_t;
// This structure combines the above 3 structures, and adds the local
// and global dicts.
// This structure combines the above 3 structures.
// The order of the entries are important for root pointer scanning in the GC to work.
// Note: if this structure changes then revisit all nlr asm code since they
// have the offset of nlr_top hard-coded.
typedef struct _mp_state_ctx_t {
// these must come first for root pointer scanning in GC to work
mp_obj_dict_t *dict_locals;
mp_obj_dict_t *dict_globals;
// these must come next in this order for root pointer scanning in GC to work
mp_state_thread_t thread;
mp_state_vm_t vm;
mp_state_mem_t mem;
......@@ -224,7 +222,7 @@ typedef struct _mp_state_ctx_t {
extern mp_state_ctx_t mp_state_ctx;
#define MP_STATE_CTX(x) (mp_state_ctx.x)
#define MP_STATE_VM(x) (mp_state_ctx.vm.x)
#define MP_STATE_MEM(x) (mp_state_ctx.mem.x)
......@@ -44,7 +44,7 @@
// offset of nlr_top within mp_state_thread_t structure
#define NLR_TOP_TH_OFF (0)
#define NLR_TOP_TH_OFF (2 * 8)
#if defined(_WIN32) || defined(__CYGWIN__)
......@@ -52,7 +52,7 @@
// offset of nlr_top within mp_state_thread_t structure
#define NLR_TOP_TH_OFF (0)
#define NLR_TOP_TH_OFF (2 * 4)
.file "nlr.s"
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