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clang::serialization::UnderalignedInt64 Struct Reference

Offset in the AST file. More...

#include "clang/Serialization/ASTBitCodes.h"

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Public Member Functions

 UnderalignedInt64 ()=default
 
 UnderalignedInt64 (uint64_t BitOffset)
 
void setBitOffset (uint64_t Offset)
 
uint64_t getBitOffset () const
 

Public Attributes

uint32_t BitOffsetLow = 0
 
uint32_t BitOffsetHigh = 0
 

Detailed Description

Offset in the AST file.

Use splitted 64-bit integer into low/high parts to keep structure alignment 32-bit (it is important because blobs in bitstream are 32-bit aligned). This structure is serialized "as is" to the AST file.

Definition at line 223 of file ASTBitCodes.h.

Constructor & Destructor Documentation

◆ UnderalignedInt64() [1/2]

clang::serialization::UnderalignedInt64::UnderalignedInt64 ( )
default

◆ UnderalignedInt64() [2/2]

clang::serialization::UnderalignedInt64::UnderalignedInt64 ( uint64_t  BitOffset)
inline

Definition at line 228 of file ASTBitCodes.h.

References setBitOffset().

Member Function Documentation

◆ getBitOffset()

uint64_t clang::serialization::UnderalignedInt64::getBitOffset ( ) const
inline

Definition at line 235 of file ASTBitCodes.h.

References BitOffsetHigh, and BitOffsetLow.

Referenced by clang::serialization::DeclOffset::getBitOffset().

◆ setBitOffset()

void clang::serialization::UnderalignedInt64::setBitOffset ( uint64_t  Offset)
inline

Member Data Documentation

◆ BitOffsetHigh

uint32_t clang::serialization::UnderalignedInt64::BitOffsetHigh = 0

Definition at line 225 of file ASTBitCodes.h.

Referenced by getBitOffset(), and setBitOffset().

◆ BitOffsetLow

uint32_t clang::serialization::UnderalignedInt64::BitOffsetLow = 0

Definition at line 224 of file ASTBitCodes.h.

Referenced by getBitOffset(), and setBitOffset().


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