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[clang] Specify type of pthread_create builtin
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Authored by jrtc27 on Feb 21 2019, 4:13 PM.



Currently, pthread_create's type string is empty, so GetBuiltinType
fails and any header declaring it gives a -Wbuiltin-requires-header
warning, which gives a false-positive when including pthread.h itself
with -Wsystem-headers. By specifying its type, this false-positive goes
away and it behaves like every other builtin declared in system headers,
only warning when the declaration does not match the expected type.

This requires introducing a way to declare function pointer types in
builtin type strings, which requires refactoring GetBuiltinType to allow
recursive parsing of function types, expressed as a type string within

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A separate point is whether it makes sense to be emitting this warning in the first place for GE_Missing_type. I'd argue that, if we don't know the type of the builtin, we should never emit the warning, since otherwise we always emit the warning even for legitimate instances, though that's not really important now we're not hitting that case any more.

srhines added inline comments.Mar 20 2019, 8:43 AM

I would just remove "of function" here, since it isn't correct when you are not decoding a function, and the two words don't make that much more meaningful even in the original case, so I don't think it justifies something like "of intrinsic/function".