Commit ec63cce4 authored by Damien's avatar Damien
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Add simple support for C modules.

parent 92c06561
......@@ -1499,14 +1499,18 @@ no_attr:
void rt_store_attr(py_obj_t base, qstr attr, py_obj_t value) {
DEBUG_OP_printf("store attr %p.%s <- %p\n", base, qstr_str(attr), value);
if (IS_O(base, O_OBJ)) {
if (IS_O(base, O_CLASS)) {
// TODO CPython allows STORE_ATTR to a class, but is this the correct implementation?
py_obj_base_t *o = base;
py_qstr_map_lookup(o->u_class.locals, attr, true)->value = value;
} else if (IS_O(base, O_OBJ)) {
// logic: look in class locals (no add) then obj members (add) (TODO check this against CPython)
py_obj_base_t *o = base;
py_map_elem_t *elem = py_qstr_map_lookup(o->u_obj.class->u_class.locals, attr, false);
if (elem != NULL) {
elem->value = value;
} else {
elem = py_qstr_map_lookup(o->u_obj.class->u_class.locals, attr, true)->value = value;
py_qstr_map_lookup(o->u_obj.members, attr, true)->value = value;
}
} else {
printf("?AttributeError: '%s' object has no attribute '%s'\n", py_obj_get_type_str(base), qstr_str(attr));
......@@ -1618,3 +1622,13 @@ void rt_f_vector(rt_fun_kind_t fun_kind) {
(rt_f_table[fun_kind])();
}
*/
// temporary way of making C modules
// hack: use class to mimic a module
py_obj_t py_module_new() {
py_obj_base_t *o = m_new(py_obj_base_t, 1);
o->kind = O_CLASS;
o->u_class.locals = py_map_new(MAP_QSTR, 0);
return o;
}
......@@ -95,12 +95,10 @@ int rt_get_unique_code_id(bool is_main_module);
void rt_assign_byte_code(int unique_code_id, byte *code, uint len, int n_args, int n_locals, int n_stack, bool is_generator);
void rt_assign_native_code(int unique_code_id, py_fun_t f, uint len, int n_args);
void rt_assign_inline_asm_code(int unique_code_id, py_fun_t f, uint len, int n_args);
py_fun_t rt_get_code(qstr id);
void py_obj_print(py_obj_t o);
int rt_is_true(py_obj_t arg);
int rt_get_int(py_obj_t arg);
py_obj_t rt_load_const_str(qstr qstr);
//py_obj_t rt_load_const_code(qstr qstr);
py_obj_t rt_load_name(qstr qstr);
py_obj_t rt_load_global(qstr qstr);
py_obj_t rt_load_build_class();
......@@ -118,8 +116,6 @@ py_obj_t rt_call_function_0(py_obj_t fun);
py_obj_t rt_call_function_1(py_obj_t fun, py_obj_t arg);
py_obj_t rt_call_function_2(py_obj_t fun, py_obj_t arg1, py_obj_t arg2);
py_obj_t rt_call_function_n(py_obj_t fun, int n_args, const py_obj_t *args);
py_obj_t rt_call_method_1(py_obj_t fun, py_obj_t self);
py_obj_t rt_call_method_2(py_obj_t fun, py_obj_t self, py_obj_t arg);
py_obj_t rt_call_method_n(int n_args, const py_obj_t *args);
py_obj_t rt_build_tuple(int n_args, py_obj_t *items);
py_obj_t rt_build_list(int n_args, py_obj_t *items);
......@@ -134,3 +130,6 @@ void rt_store_attr(py_obj_t base, qstr attr, py_obj_t val);
void rt_store_subscr(py_obj_t base, py_obj_t index, py_obj_t val);
py_obj_t rt_getiter(py_obj_t o);
py_obj_t rt_iternext(py_obj_t o);
// temporary way of making C modules
py_obj_t py_module_new();
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