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// Copyright (c) 2021 The Chromium Authors. All rights reserved.
// Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license that can be
// found in the LICENSE file.
#ifndef TOOLS_CLANG_PLUGINS_TESTS_ATOMIC_MEMBER_H_
#define TOOLS_CLANG_PLUGINS_TESTS_ATOMIC_MEMBER_H_
#include <atomic>
#include <memory>
// The standard says that std::atomic<Integral> (where Integral is a built-in
// integral type, including raw pointers) is a standard-layout struct, and has a
// trivial destructor:
// https://eel.is/c++draft/atomics.types.generic#atomics.types.int-2 Because of
// that, we classify std::atomic<Integral> as a trivial template.
struct NineAtomicIntAliasesOk {
std::atomic_int one;
std::atomic_int two;
std::atomic_int three;
std::atomic_int four;
std::atomic_int five;
std::atomic_int six;
std::atomic_int seven;
std::atomic_int eight;
std::atomic_int nine;
};
struct TenAtomicIntAliasesWarns {
std::atomic_int one;
std::atomic_int two;
std::atomic_int three;
std::atomic_int four;
std::atomic_int five;
std::atomic_int six;
std::atomic_int seven;
std::atomic_int eight;
std::atomic_int nine;
std::atomic_int ten;
};
struct NineAtomicIntTemplatesOk {
std::atomic<int> one;
std::atomic<int> two;
std::atomic<int> three;
std::atomic<int> four;
std::atomic<int> five;
std::atomic<int> six;
std::atomic<int> seven;
std::atomic<int> eight;
std::atomic<int> nine;
};
struct TenAtomicIntTemplatesWarns {
std::atomic<int> one;
std::atomic<int> two;
std::atomic<int> three;
std::atomic<int> four;
std::atomic<int> five;
std::atomic<int> six;
std::atomic<int> seven;
std::atomic<int> eight;
std::atomic<int> nine;
std::atomic<int> ten;
};
struct NineAtomicPtrsOk {
std::atomic<int*> one;
std::atomic<int*> two;
std::atomic<int*> three;
std::atomic<int*> four;
std::atomic<int*> five;
std::atomic<int*> six;
std::atomic<int*> seven;
std::atomic<int*> eight;
std::atomic<int*> nine;
};
struct TenAtomicPtrsWarns {
std::atomic<int*> one;
std::atomic<int*> two;
std::atomic<int*> three;
std::atomic<int*> four;
std::atomic<int*> five;
std::atomic<int*> six;
std::atomic<int*> seven;
std::atomic<int*> eight;
std::atomic<int*> nine;
std::atomic<int*> ten;
};
struct OneAtomicSharedPtrWarns {
std::atomic<std::shared_ptr<int>> one;
};
#endif // TOOLS_CLANG_PLUGINS_TESTS_ATOMIC_MEMBER_H_