alloca seems buggy on M4

crypto-aes
Dan Halbert 5 years ago
parent fe851fc15e
commit 4b1e9d8f92

@ -144,7 +144,7 @@ STATIC mp_obj_t re_split(size_t n_args, const mp_obj_t *args) {
}
mp_obj_t retval = mp_obj_new_list(0, NULL);
const char **caps = alloca(caps_num * sizeof(char*));
const char* caps[caps_num];
while (true) {
// cast is a workaround for a bug in msvc: it treats const char** as a const pointer instead of a pointer to pointer to const char
memset((char**)caps, 0, caps_num * sizeof(char*));

@ -330,7 +330,7 @@ mp_obj_t mp_builtin___import__(size_t n_args, const mp_obj_t *args) {
}
uint new_mod_l = (mod_len == 0 ? (size_t)(p - this_name) : (size_t)(p - this_name) + 1 + mod_len);
char *new_mod = alloca(new_mod_l);
char new_mod[new_mod_l];
memcpy(new_mod, this_name, p - this_name);
if (mod_len != 0) {
new_mod[p - this_name] = '.';

@ -1428,9 +1428,10 @@ import_error:
mp_load_method_maybe(module, MP_QSTR___name__, dest);
size_t pkg_name_len;
const char *pkg_name = mp_obj_str_get_data(dest[0], &pkg_name_len);
const uint dot_name_len = pkg_name_len + 1 + qstr_len(name);
char *dot_name = alloca(dot_name_len);
// Previously dot_name was created using alloca(), but that caused run-time crashes on M4 due to
// stack corruption (compiler bug, it appears), so use an array instead.
char dot_name[dot_name_len];
memcpy(dot_name, pkg_name, pkg_name_len);
dot_name[pkg_name_len] = '.';
memcpy(dot_name + pkg_name_len + 1, qstr_str(name), qstr_len(name));

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