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Detailed Description

This file is a GNU debug extension to the Standard C++ Library.

Definition in file macros.h.


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#define __glibcxx_check_erase ( _Position   ) 

Verify that we can erase the element referenced by the iterator _Position. We can erase the element if the _Position iterator is dereferenceable and references this sequence.

Definition at line 102 of file macros.h.

#define __glibcxx_check_erase_range ( _First,
_Last   ) 

Verify that we can erase the elements in the iterator range [_First, _Last). We can erase the elements if [_First, _Last) is a valid iterator range within this sequence.

Definition at line 116 of file macros.h.

#define __glibcxx_check_heap_pred ( _First,
_Last,
_Pred   ) 

Verify that the iterator range [_First, _Last) is a heap w.r.t. the predicate _Pred.

Definition at line 229 of file macros.h.

#define __glibcxx_check_insert ( _Position   ) 

Verify that we can insert into *this with the iterator _Position. Insertion into a container at a specific position requires that the iterator be nonsingular (i.e., either dereferenceable or past-the-end) and that it reference the sequence we are inserting into. Note that this macro is only valid when the container is a _Safe_sequence and the iterator is a _Safe_iterator.

Definition at line 64 of file macros.h.

#define __glibcxx_check_insert_range ( _Position,
_First,
_Last   ) 

Verify that we can insert the values in the iterator range [_First, _Last) into *this with the iterator _Position. Insertion into a container at a specific position requires that the iterator be nonsingular (i.e., either dereferenceable or past-the-end), that it reference the sequence we are inserting into, and that the iterator range [_First, Last) is a valid (possibly empty) range. Note that this macro is only valid when the container is a _Safe_sequence and the iterator is a _Safe_iterator.

We would like to be able to check for noninterference of _Position and the range [_First, _Last), but that can't (in general) be done.

Definition at line 87 of file macros.h.

#define __glibcxx_check_partitioned_lower ( _First,
_Last,
_Value   ) 

Verify that the iterator range [_First, _Last) is partitioned w.r.t. the value _Value.

Definition at line 177 of file macros.h.

#define __glibcxx_check_partitioned_lower_pred ( _First,
_Last,
_Value,
_Pred   ) 

Verify that the iterator range [_First, _Last) is partitioned w.r.t. the value _Value and predicate _Pred.

Definition at line 197 of file macros.h.

#define __glibcxx_check_partitioned_upper_pred ( _First,
_Last,
_Value,
_Pred   ) 

Verify that the iterator range [_First, _Last) is partitioned w.r.t. the value _Value and predicate _Pred.

Definition at line 209 of file macros.h.

#define __glibcxx_check_sorted_pred ( _First,
_Last,
_Pred   ) 

Verify that the iterator range [_First, _Last) is sorted by the predicate _Pred.

Definition at line 148 of file macros.h.

#define _GLIBCXX_DEBUG_VERIFY ( _Condition,
_ErrorMessage   ) 

Macros used by the implementation to verify certain properties. These macros may only be used directly by the debug wrappers. Note that these are macros (instead of the more obviously "correct" choice of making them functions) because we need line and file information at the call site, to minimize the distance between the user error and where the error is reported.

Definition at line 42 of file macros.h.

Referenced by __gnu_debug::_Safe_iterator< _Iterator, _Sequence >::_Safe_iterator(), __gnu_debug::_Safe_iterator< _Iterator, _Sequence >::operator*(), __gnu_debug::_Safe_iterator< _Iterator, _Sequence >::operator++(), __gnu_debug::_Safe_iterator< _Iterator, _Sequence >::operator--(), __gnu_debug::_Safe_iterator< _Iterator, _Sequence >::operator->(), and __gnu_debug::_Safe_iterator< _Iterator, _Sequence >::operator=().


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