[PATCH v8 1/3] jscript: Lookup and ref the named item's dispatch first, during interpretion.
jacek at codeweavers.com
Thu Mar 12 08:33:22 CDT 2020
On 12.03.2020 14:29, Gabriel Ivăncescu wrote:
> Hi Jacek,
> On 12/03/2020 13:02, Jacek Caban wrote:
>> Hi Gabriel,
>> On 11/03/2020 14:06, Gabriel Ivăncescu wrote:
>>> @@ -2995,6 +3008,8 @@ HRESULT exec_source(script_ctx_t *ctx, DWORD
>>> flags, bytecode_t *bytecode, functi
>>> hres = create_named_item_script_obj(ctx,
>>> if(FAILED(hres)) return hres;
>>> + if(variable_obj == ctx->global)
>>> + variable_obj = bytecode->named_item->script_obj;
>> This could be a separated patch. If in this case caller can't handle
>> variable_obj in many cases, maybe it shouldn't handle it at all. It
>> seems to me that we could get rid of that argument. exec_source has
>> all information needed to handle it by itself.
> I can split it of course, but I have some doubts when it comes to
> removing it. What should we do in function.c's InterpretedFunction_call?
> A possible solution I came up with would be to add a new exec_flag,
> say EXEC_NEW_VARIABLE_OBJ and use it in InterpretedFunction_call --
> then create it in exec_source if the flag is set.
Unless I'm missing something, a new variable object is needed always for
non-global non-eval code. You don't need a new flag for that.
> In rest of cases, we take the frame->variable_obj if a frame is
> available, otherwise the ctx->global or named item's dispatch. All of
> this in exec_source of course, then we get rid of the parameter
> Does that sound like a good approach?
Sounds good, yes.
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