[lldb] Don't create duplicate declarations when completing a forward declaration with a definition from another source
I noticed this strange line in ASTImporterDelegate::ImportDefinitionTo which doesn't make a lot of sense:
It forcibly sets the imported TagDecl to be defined if the source TagDecl was defined. This doesn't make any
sense as in this code we already forced the ASTImporter to import the definition so this should always be
Turns out this is hiding two bugs:
- The way we handle forward declarations in the debug info that might be completed later is that we import them and then mark them as having external lexical storage. This makes Clang ask for the definition later when it needs it (at which point we hopefully have the definition around and can complete it). However, this is currently not completing the forward decls with external storage but instead creates a duplicated decl in the target AST which is then defined. The forward decl is kept incomplete after the import and we just forcibly make it a definition of the record without any content with our workaround. The TestSharedLib* tests is only passing because of this.
- Minimal import of lambdas is broken and never imports the definition it seems. That appears to be a bug in the ASTImporter which gives the definition of lambda's some special treatment. TestLambdas.py is actually broken but is passing because of this workaround.
This patch fixes the first bug by forcing the ASTImporter to import to the target forward declaration. We can't
delete the workaround as the second bug is still around but that will be a follow up review for the ASTImporter.
However it will get rid of all the duplicated RecordDecls that are in our expression AST that are strangely defined
but don't have any of the fields they are supposed to have.
Reviewers: shafik, labath
Reviewed By: shafik
Subscribers: aprantl, abidh, JDevlieghere, lldb-commits
Differential Revision: https://reviews.llvm.org/D73345