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/******************************************************************************
*
* Module Name: nsarguments - Validation of args for ACPI predefined methods
*
*****************************************************************************/
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#include <contrib/dev/acpica/include/acpi.h>
#include <contrib/dev/acpica/include/accommon.h>
#include <contrib/dev/acpica/include/acnamesp.h>
#include <contrib/dev/acpica/include/acpredef.h>
#define _COMPONENT ACPI_NAMESPACE
ACPI_MODULE_NAME ("nsarguments")
/*******************************************************************************
*
* FUNCTION: AcpiNsCheckArgumentTypes
*
* PARAMETERS: Info - Method execution information block
*
* RETURN: None
*
* DESCRIPTION: Check the incoming argument count and all argument types
* against the argument type list for a predefined name.
*
******************************************************************************/
void
AcpiNsCheckArgumentTypes (
ACPI_EVALUATE_INFO *Info)
{
UINT16 ArgTypeList;
UINT8 ArgCount;
UINT8 ArgType;
UINT8 UserArgType;
UINT32 i;
/* If not a predefined name, cannot typecheck args */
if (!Info->Predefined)
{
return;
}
ArgTypeList = Info->Predefined->Info.ArgumentList;
ArgCount = METHOD_GET_ARG_COUNT (ArgTypeList);
/* Typecheck all arguments */
for (i = 0; ((i < ArgCount) && (i < Info->ParamCount)); i++)
{
ArgType = METHOD_GET_NEXT_TYPE (ArgTypeList);
UserArgType = Info->Parameters[i]->Common.Type;
if (UserArgType != ArgType)
{
ACPI_WARN_PREDEFINED ((AE_INFO, Info->FullPathname, ACPI_WARN_ALWAYS,
"Argument #%u type mismatch - "
"Found [%s], ACPI requires [%s]", (i + 1),
AcpiUtGetTypeName (UserArgType),
AcpiUtGetTypeName (ArgType)));
}
}
}
/*******************************************************************************
*
* FUNCTION: AcpiNsCheckAcpiCompliance
*
* PARAMETERS: Pathname - Full pathname to the node (for error msgs)
* Node - Namespace node for the method/object
* Predefined - Pointer to entry in predefined name table
*
* RETURN: None
*
* DESCRIPTION: Check that the declared parameter count (in ASL/AML) for a
* predefined name is what is expected (matches what is defined in
* the ACPI specification for this predefined name.)
*
******************************************************************************/
void
AcpiNsCheckAcpiCompliance (
char *Pathname,
ACPI_NAMESPACE_NODE *Node,
const ACPI_PREDEFINED_INFO *Predefined)
{
UINT32 AmlParamCount;
UINT32 RequiredParamCount;
if (!Predefined)
{
return;
}
/* Get the ACPI-required arg count from the predefined info table */
RequiredParamCount = METHOD_GET_ARG_COUNT (Predefined->Info.ArgumentList);
/*
* If this object is not a control method, we can check if the ACPI
* spec requires that it be a method.
*/
if (Node->Type != ACPI_TYPE_METHOD)
{
if (RequiredParamCount > 0)
{
/* Object requires args, must be implemented as a method */
ACPI_BIOS_ERROR_PREDEFINED ((AE_INFO, Pathname, ACPI_WARN_ALWAYS,
"Object (%s) must be a control method with %u arguments",
AcpiUtGetTypeName (Node->Type), RequiredParamCount));
}
else if (!RequiredParamCount && !Predefined->Info.ExpectedBtypes)
{
/* Object requires no args and no return value, must be a method */
ACPI_BIOS_ERROR_PREDEFINED ((AE_INFO, Pathname, ACPI_WARN_ALWAYS,
"Object (%s) must be a control method "
"with no arguments and no return value",
AcpiUtGetTypeName (Node->Type)));
}
return;
}
/*
* This is a control method.
* Check that the ASL/AML-defined parameter count for this method
* matches the ACPI-required parameter count
*
* Some methods are allowed to have a "minimum" number of args (_SCP)
* because their definition in ACPI has changed over time.
*
* Note: These are BIOS errors in the declaration of the object
*/
AmlParamCount = Node->Object->Method.ParamCount;
if (AmlParamCount < RequiredParamCount)
{
ACPI_BIOS_ERROR_PREDEFINED ((AE_INFO, Pathname, ACPI_WARN_ALWAYS,
"Insufficient arguments - "
"ASL declared %u, ACPI requires %u",
AmlParamCount, RequiredParamCount));
}
else if ((AmlParamCount > RequiredParamCount) &&
!(Predefined->Info.ArgumentList & ARG_COUNT_IS_MINIMUM))
{
ACPI_BIOS_ERROR_PREDEFINED ((AE_INFO, Pathname, ACPI_WARN_ALWAYS,
"Excess arguments - "
"ASL declared %u, ACPI requires %u",
AmlParamCount, RequiredParamCount));
}
}
/*******************************************************************************
*
* FUNCTION: AcpiNsCheckArgumentCount
*
* PARAMETERS: Pathname - Full pathname to the node (for error msgs)
* Node - Namespace node for the method/object
* UserParamCount - Number of args passed in by the caller
* Predefined - Pointer to entry in predefined name table
*
* RETURN: None
*
* DESCRIPTION: Check that incoming argument count matches the declared
* parameter count (in the ASL/AML) for an object.
*
******************************************************************************/
void
AcpiNsCheckArgumentCount (
char *Pathname,
ACPI_NAMESPACE_NODE *Node,
UINT32 UserParamCount,
const ACPI_PREDEFINED_INFO *Predefined)
{
UINT32 AmlParamCount;
UINT32 RequiredParamCount;
if (!Predefined)
{
/*
* Not a predefined name. Check the incoming user argument count
* against the count that is specified in the method/object.
*/
if (Node->Type != ACPI_TYPE_METHOD)
{
if (UserParamCount)
{
ACPI_INFO_PREDEFINED ((AE_INFO, Pathname, ACPI_WARN_ALWAYS,
"%u arguments were passed to a non-method ACPI object (%s)",
UserParamCount, AcpiUtGetTypeName (Node->Type)));
}
return;
}
/*
* This is a control method. Check the parameter count.
* We can only check the incoming argument count against the
* argument count declared for the method in the ASL/AML.
*
* Emit a message if too few or too many arguments have been passed
* by the caller.
*
* Note: Too many arguments will not cause the method to
* fail. However, the method will fail if there are too few
* arguments and the method attempts to use one of the missing ones.
*/
AmlParamCount = Node->Object->Method.ParamCount;
if (UserParamCount < AmlParamCount)
{
ACPI_WARN_PREDEFINED ((AE_INFO, Pathname, ACPI_WARN_ALWAYS,
"Insufficient arguments - "
"Caller passed %u, method requires %u",
UserParamCount, AmlParamCount));
}
else if (UserParamCount > AmlParamCount)
{
ACPI_INFO_PREDEFINED ((AE_INFO, Pathname, ACPI_WARN_ALWAYS,
"Excess arguments - "
"Caller passed %u, method requires %u",
UserParamCount, AmlParamCount));
}
return;
}
/*
* This is a predefined name. Validate the user-supplied parameter
* count against the ACPI specification. We don't validate against
* the method itself because what is important here is that the
* caller is in conformance with the spec. (The arg count for the
* method was checked against the ACPI spec earlier.)
*
* Some methods are allowed to have a "minimum" number of args (_SCP)
* because their definition in ACPI has changed over time.
*/
RequiredParamCount = METHOD_GET_ARG_COUNT (Predefined->Info.ArgumentList);
if (UserParamCount < RequiredParamCount)
{
ACPI_WARN_PREDEFINED ((AE_INFO, Pathname, ACPI_WARN_ALWAYS,
"Insufficient arguments - "
"Caller passed %u, ACPI requires %u",
UserParamCount, RequiredParamCount));
}
else if ((UserParamCount > RequiredParamCount) &&
!(Predefined->Info.ArgumentList & ARG_COUNT_IS_MINIMUM))
{
ACPI_INFO_PREDEFINED ((AE_INFO, Pathname, ACPI_WARN_ALWAYS,
"Excess arguments - "
"Caller passed %u, ACPI requires %u",
UserParamCount, RequiredParamCount));
}
}