Commit 8ad72163 authored by Mauro Carvalho Chehab's avatar Mauro Carvalho Chehab Committed by Jonathan Corbet

scripts: kernel-doc: parse next structs/unions

There are several places within the Kernel tree with nested
structs/unions, like this one:

  struct ingenic_cgu_clk_info {
    const char *name;
    enum {
      CGU_CLK_NONE = 0,
      CGU_CLK_EXT = BIT(0),
      CGU_CLK_PLL = BIT(1),
      CGU_CLK_GATE = BIT(2),
      CGU_CLK_MUX = BIT(3),
      CGU_CLK_MUX_GLITCHFREE = BIT(4),
      CGU_CLK_DIV = BIT(5),
      CGU_CLK_FIXDIV = BIT(6),
      CGU_CLK_CUSTOM = BIT(7),
    } type;
    int parents[4];
    union {
      struct ingenic_cgu_pll_info pll;
      struct {
        struct ingenic_cgu_gate_info gate;
        struct ingenic_cgu_mux_info mux;
        struct ingenic_cgu_div_info div;
        struct ingenic_cgu_fixdiv_info fixdiv;
      };
      struct ingenic_cgu_custom_info custom;
    };
  };

Currently, such struct is documented as:

	**Definition**

	::
	struct ingenic_cgu_clk_info {
	    const char * name;
	};

	**Members**

	``name``
	  name of the clock

With is obvioulsy wrong. It also generates an error:
	drivers/clk/ingenic/cgu.h:169: warning: No description found for parameter 'enum'

However, there's nothing wrong with this kernel-doc markup: everything
is documented there.

It makes sense to document all fields there. So, add a
way for the core to parse those structs.

With this patch, all documented fields will properly generate
documentation.
Signed-off-by: default avatarMauro Carvalho Chehab <mchehab@s-opensource.com>
Signed-off-by: default avatarJonathan Corbet <corbet@lwn.net>
parent 7c9aa015
......@@ -281,6 +281,52 @@ comment block.
The kernel-doc data structure comments describe each member of the structure,
in order, with the member descriptions.
Nested structs/unions
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
It is possible to document nested structs unions, like::
/**
* struct nested_foobar - a struct with nested unions and structs
* @arg1: - first argument of anonymous union/anonymous struct
* @arg2: - second argument of anonymous union/anonymous struct
* @arg3: - third argument of anonymous union/anonymous struct
* @arg4: - fourth argument of anonymous union/anonymous struct
* @bar.st1.arg1 - first argument of struct st1 on union bar
* @bar.st1.arg2 - second argument of struct st1 on union bar
* @bar.st2.arg1 - first argument of struct st2 on union bar
* @bar.st2.arg2 - second argument of struct st2 on union bar
struct nested_foobar {
/* Anonymous union/struct*/
union {
struct {
int arg1;
int arg2;
}
struct {
void *arg3;
int arg4;
}
}
union {
struct {
int arg1;
int arg2;
} st1;
struct {
void *arg1;
int arg2;
} st2;
} bar;
};
.. note::
#) When documenting nested structs or unions, if the struct/union ``foo``
is named, the argument ``bar`` inside it should be documented as
``@foo.bar:``
#) When the nested struct/union is anonymous, the argument ``bar`` on it
should be documented as ``@bar:``
Typedef documentation
---------------------
......
......@@ -211,7 +211,7 @@ my $anon_struct_union = 0;
my $type_constant = '\b``([^\`]+)``\b';
my $type_constant2 = '\%([-_\w]+)';
my $type_func = '(\w+)\(\)';
my $type_param = '\@(\w+(\.\.\.)?)';
my $type_param = '\@(\w*(\.\w+)*(\.\.\.)?)';
my $type_fp_param = '\@(\w+)\(\)'; # Special RST handling for func ptr params
my $type_env = '(\$\w+)';
my $type_enum = '\&(enum\s*([_\w]+))';
......@@ -670,32 +670,12 @@ sub output_struct_man(%) {
print ".SH NAME\n";
print $args{'type'} . " " . $args{'struct'} . " \\- " . $args{'purpose'} . "\n";
my $declaration = $args{'definition'};
$declaration =~ s/\t/ /g;
$declaration =~ s/\n/"\n.br\n.BI \"/g;
print ".SH SYNOPSIS\n";
print $args{'type'} . " " . $args{'struct'} . " {\n.br\n";
foreach my $parameter (@{$args{'parameterlist'}}) {
if ($parameter =~ /^#/) {
print ".BI \"$parameter\"\n.br\n";
next;
}
my $parameter_name = $parameter;
$parameter_name =~ s/\[.*//;
($args{'parameterdescs'}{$parameter_name} ne $undescribed) || next;
$type = $args{'parametertypes'}{$parameter};
if ($type =~ m/([^\(]*\(\*)\s*\)\s*\(([^\)]*)\)/) {
# pointer-to-function
print ".BI \" " . $1 . "\" " . $parameter . " \") (" . $2 . ")" . "\"\n;\n";
} elsif ($type =~ m/^(.*?)\s*(:.*)/) {
# bitfield
print ".BI \" " . $1 . "\ \" " . $parameter . $2 . " \"" . "\"\n;\n";
} else {
$type =~ s/([^\*])$/$1 /;
print ".BI \" " . $type . "\" " . $parameter . " \"" . "\"\n;\n";
}
print "\n.br\n";
}
print "};\n.br\n";
print ".BI \"$declaration\n};\n.br\n\n";
print ".SH Members\n";
foreach $parameter (@{$args{'parameterlist'}}) {
......@@ -933,29 +913,9 @@ sub output_struct_rst(%) {
print "**Definition**\n\n";
print "::\n\n";
print " " . $args{'type'} . " " . $args{'struct'} . " {\n";
foreach $parameter (@{$args{'parameterlist'}}) {
if ($parameter =~ /^#/) {
print " " . "$parameter\n";
next;
}
my $parameter_name = $parameter;
$parameter_name =~ s/\[.*//;
($args{'parameterdescs'}{$parameter_name} ne $undescribed) || next;
$type = $args{'parametertypes'}{$parameter};
if ($type =~ m/([^\(]*\(\*)\s*\)\s*\(([^\)]*)\)/) {
# pointer-to-function
print " $1 $parameter) ($2);\n";
} elsif ($type =~ m/^(.*?)\s*(:.*)/) {
# bitfield
print " $1 $parameter$2;\n";
} else {
print " " . $type . " " . $parameter . ";\n";
}
}
print " };\n\n";
my $declaration = $args{'definition'};
$declaration =~ s/\t/ /g;
print " " . $args{'type'} . " " . $args{'struct'} . " {\n$declaration };\n\n";
print "**Members**\n\n";
$lineprefix = " ";
......@@ -1050,16 +1010,11 @@ sub dump_struct($$) {
$declaration_name = $2;
my $members = $3;
# ignore embedded structs or unions
$members =~ s/({.*})//g;
$nested = $1;
# ignore members marked private:
$members =~ s/\/\*\s*private:.*?\/\*\s*public:.*?\*\///gosi;
$members =~ s/\/\*\s*private:.*//gosi;
# strip comments:
$members =~ s/\/\*.*?\*\///gos;
$nested =~ s/\/\*.*?\*\///gos;
# strip attributes
$members =~ s/__attribute__\s*\(\([a-z,_\*\s\(\)]*\)\)//i;
$members =~ s/__aligned\s*\([^;]*\)//gos;
......@@ -1073,13 +1028,73 @@ sub dump_struct($$) {
# replace DECLARE_KFIFO_PTR
$members =~ s/DECLARE_KFIFO_PTR\s*\(([^,)]+),\s*([^,)]+)\)/$2 \*$1/gos;
my $declaration = $members;
# Split nested struct/union elements as newer ones
my $cont = 1;
while ($cont) {
$cont = 0;
while ($members =~ m/(struct|union)([^{};]+){([^{}]*)}([^{}\;]*)\;/) {
my $newmember = "$1 $4;";
my $id = $4;
my $content = $3;
$id =~ s/[:\[].*//;
$id =~ s/^\*+//;
foreach my $arg (split /;/, $content) {
next if ($arg =~ m/^\s*$/);
my $type = $arg;
my $name = $arg;
$type =~ s/\s\S+$//;
$name =~ s/.*\s//;
$name =~ s/[:\[].*//;
$name =~ s/^\*+//;
next if (($name =~ m/^\s*$/));
if ($id =~ m/^\s*$/) {
# anonymous struct/union
$newmember .= "$type $name;";
} else {
$newmember .= "$type $id.$name;";
}
}
$members =~ s/(struct|union)([^{};]+){([^{}]*)}([^{}\;]*)\;/$newmember/;
$cont = 1;
};
};
# Ignore other nested elements, like enums
$members =~ s/({[^\{\}]*})//g;
$nested = $decl_type;
$nested =~ s/\/\*.*?\*\///gos;
create_parameterlist($members, ';', $file);
check_sections($file, $declaration_name, $decl_type, $sectcheck, $struct_actual, $nested);
# Adjust declaration for better display
$declaration =~ s/([{;])/$1\n/g;
$declaration =~ s/}\s+;/};/g;
# Better handle inlined enums
do {} while ($declaration =~ s/(enum\s+{[^}]+),([^\n])/$1,\n$2/);
my @def_args = split /\n/, $declaration;
my $level = 1;
$declaration = "";
foreach my $clause (@def_args) {
$clause =~ s/^\s+//;
$clause =~ s/\s+$//;
$clause =~ s/\s+/ /;
next if (!$clause);
$level-- if ($clause =~ m/(})/ && $level > 1);
if (!($clause =~ m/^\s*#/)) {
$declaration .= "\t" x $level;
}
$declaration .= "\t" . $clause . "\n";
$level++ if ($clause =~ m/({)/ && !($clause =~m/}/));
}
output_declaration($declaration_name,
'struct',
{'struct' => $declaration_name,
'module' => $modulename,
'definition' => $declaration,
'parameterlist' => \@parameterlist,
'parameterdescs' => \%parameterdescs,
'parametertypes' => \%parametertypes,
......
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