Commit 58676fc2 authored by Paul Sokolovsky's avatar Paul Sokolovsky
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objstr: Allow to define statically allocated str objects.

Similar to tuples, lists, dicts. Statically allocated strings don't have hash
computed.
parent 59e269cf
......@@ -10,13 +10,7 @@
#include "runtime0.h"
#include "runtime.h"
#include "pfenv.h"
typedef struct _mp_obj_str_t {
mp_obj_base_t base;
machine_uint_t hash : 16; // XXX here we assume the hash size is 16 bits (it is at the moment; see qstr.c)
machine_uint_t len : 16; // len == number of bytes used in data, alloc = len + 1 because (at the moment) we also append a null byte
const byte *data;
} mp_obj_str_t;
#include "objstr.h"
STATIC mp_obj_t str_modulo_format(mp_obj_t pattern, uint n_args, const mp_obj_t *args);
const mp_obj_t mp_const_empty_bytes;
......
typedef struct _mp_obj_str_t {
mp_obj_base_t base;
// XXX here we assume the hash size is 16 bits (it is at the moment; see qstr.c)
machine_uint_t hash : 16;
// len == number of bytes used in data, alloc = len + 1 because (at the moment) we also append a null byte
machine_uint_t len : 16;
const byte *data;
} mp_obj_str_t;
#define MP_DEFINE_STR_OBJ(obj_name, str) mp_obj_str_t obj_name = {{&mp_type_str}, 0, sizeof(str) - 1, (const byte*)str};
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