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Subject[PATCH v2 02/13] KVM: selftests: sparsebit: add const where appropriate
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Subsequent patches will introduce an encryption bitmap in kvm_util that
would be useful to allow tests to access in read-only fashion. This
will be done via a const sparsebit*. To avoid warnings or the need to
add casts everywhere, add const to the various sparsebit functions that
are applicable for read-only usage of sparsebit.

Signed-off-by: Michael Roth <michael.roth@amd.com>
---
.../testing/selftests/kvm/include/sparsebit.h | 36 +++++++-------
tools/testing/selftests/kvm/lib/sparsebit.c | 48 +++++++++----------
2 files changed, 42 insertions(+), 42 deletions(-)

diff --git a/tools/testing/selftests/kvm/include/sparsebit.h b/tools/testing/selftests/kvm/include/sparsebit.h
index 12a9a4b9cead..fb5170d57fcb 100644
--- a/tools/testing/selftests/kvm/include/sparsebit.h
+++ b/tools/testing/selftests/kvm/include/sparsebit.h
@@ -30,26 +30,26 @@ typedef uint64_t sparsebit_num_t;

struct sparsebit *sparsebit_alloc(void);
void sparsebit_free(struct sparsebit **sbitp);
-void sparsebit_copy(struct sparsebit *dstp, struct sparsebit *src);
+void sparsebit_copy(struct sparsebit *dstp, const struct sparsebit *src);

-bool sparsebit_is_set(struct sparsebit *sbit, sparsebit_idx_t idx);
-bool sparsebit_is_set_num(struct sparsebit *sbit,
+bool sparsebit_is_set(const struct sparsebit *sbit, sparsebit_idx_t idx);
+bool sparsebit_is_set_num(const struct sparsebit *sbit,
sparsebit_idx_t idx, sparsebit_num_t num);
-bool sparsebit_is_clear(struct sparsebit *sbit, sparsebit_idx_t idx);
-bool sparsebit_is_clear_num(struct sparsebit *sbit,
+bool sparsebit_is_clear(const struct sparsebit *sbit, sparsebit_idx_t idx);
+bool sparsebit_is_clear_num(const struct sparsebit *sbit,
sparsebit_idx_t idx, sparsebit_num_t num);
-sparsebit_num_t sparsebit_num_set(struct sparsebit *sbit);
-bool sparsebit_any_set(struct sparsebit *sbit);
-bool sparsebit_any_clear(struct sparsebit *sbit);
-bool sparsebit_all_set(struct sparsebit *sbit);
-bool sparsebit_all_clear(struct sparsebit *sbit);
-sparsebit_idx_t sparsebit_first_set(struct sparsebit *sbit);
-sparsebit_idx_t sparsebit_first_clear(struct sparsebit *sbit);
-sparsebit_idx_t sparsebit_next_set(struct sparsebit *sbit, sparsebit_idx_t prev);
-sparsebit_idx_t sparsebit_next_clear(struct sparsebit *sbit, sparsebit_idx_t prev);
-sparsebit_idx_t sparsebit_next_set_num(struct sparsebit *sbit,
+sparsebit_num_t sparsebit_num_set(const struct sparsebit *sbit);
+bool sparsebit_any_set(const struct sparsebit *sbit);
+bool sparsebit_any_clear(const struct sparsebit *sbit);
+bool sparsebit_all_set(const struct sparsebit *sbit);
+bool sparsebit_all_clear(const struct sparsebit *sbit);
+sparsebit_idx_t sparsebit_first_set(const struct sparsebit *sbit);
+sparsebit_idx_t sparsebit_first_clear(const struct sparsebit *sbit);
+sparsebit_idx_t sparsebit_next_set(const struct sparsebit *sbit, sparsebit_idx_t prev);
+sparsebit_idx_t sparsebit_next_clear(const struct sparsebit *sbit, sparsebit_idx_t prev);
+sparsebit_idx_t sparsebit_next_set_num(const struct sparsebit *sbit,
sparsebit_idx_t start, sparsebit_num_t num);
-sparsebit_idx_t sparsebit_next_clear_num(struct sparsebit *sbit,
+sparsebit_idx_t sparsebit_next_clear_num(const struct sparsebit *sbit,
sparsebit_idx_t start, sparsebit_num_t num);

void sparsebit_set(struct sparsebit *sbitp, sparsebit_idx_t idx);
@@ -62,9 +62,9 @@ void sparsebit_clear_num(struct sparsebit *sbitp,
sparsebit_idx_t start, sparsebit_num_t num);
void sparsebit_clear_all(struct sparsebit *sbitp);

-void sparsebit_dump(FILE *stream, struct sparsebit *sbit,
+void sparsebit_dump(FILE *stream, const struct sparsebit *sbit,
unsigned int indent);
-void sparsebit_validate_internal(struct sparsebit *sbit);
+void sparsebit_validate_internal(const struct sparsebit *sbit);

#ifdef __cplusplus
}
diff --git a/tools/testing/selftests/kvm/lib/sparsebit.c b/tools/testing/selftests/kvm/lib/sparsebit.c
index 50e0cf41a7dd..6777a5b1fbd2 100644
--- a/tools/testing/selftests/kvm/lib/sparsebit.c
+++ b/tools/testing/selftests/kvm/lib/sparsebit.c
@@ -202,7 +202,7 @@ static sparsebit_num_t node_num_set(struct node *nodep)
/* Returns a pointer to the node that describes the
* lowest bit index.
*/
-static struct node *node_first(struct sparsebit *s)
+static struct node *node_first(const struct sparsebit *s)
{
struct node *nodep;

@@ -216,7 +216,7 @@ static struct node *node_first(struct sparsebit *s)
* lowest bit index > the index of the node pointed to by np.
* Returns NULL if no node with a higher index exists.
*/
-static struct node *node_next(struct sparsebit *s, struct node *np)
+static struct node *node_next(const struct sparsebit *s, struct node *np)
{
struct node *nodep = np;

@@ -244,7 +244,7 @@ static struct node *node_next(struct sparsebit *s, struct node *np)
* highest index < the index of the node pointed to by np.
* Returns NULL if no node with a lower index exists.
*/
-static struct node *node_prev(struct sparsebit *s, struct node *np)
+static struct node *node_prev(const struct sparsebit *s, struct node *np)
{
struct node *nodep = np;

@@ -273,7 +273,7 @@ static struct node *node_prev(struct sparsebit *s, struct node *np)
* subtree and duplicates the bit settings to the newly allocated nodes.
* Returns the newly allocated copy of subtree.
*/
-static struct node *node_copy_subtree(struct node *subtree)
+static struct node *node_copy_subtree(const struct node *subtree)
{
struct node *root;

@@ -307,7 +307,7 @@ static struct node *node_copy_subtree(struct node *subtree)
* index is within the bits described by the mask bits or the number of
* contiguous bits set after the mask. Returns NULL if there is no such node.
*/
-static struct node *node_find(struct sparsebit *s, sparsebit_idx_t idx)
+static struct node *node_find(const struct sparsebit *s, sparsebit_idx_t idx)
{
struct node *nodep;

@@ -393,7 +393,7 @@ static struct node *node_add(struct sparsebit *s, sparsebit_idx_t idx)
}

/* Returns whether all the bits in the sparsebit array are set. */
-bool sparsebit_all_set(struct sparsebit *s)
+bool sparsebit_all_set(const struct sparsebit *s)
{
/*
* If any nodes there must be at least one bit set. Only case
@@ -776,7 +776,7 @@ static void node_reduce(struct sparsebit *s, struct node *nodep)
/* Returns whether the bit at the index given by idx, within the
* sparsebit array is set or not.
*/
-bool sparsebit_is_set(struct sparsebit *s, sparsebit_idx_t idx)
+bool sparsebit_is_set(const struct sparsebit *s, sparsebit_idx_t idx)
{
struct node *nodep;

@@ -922,7 +922,7 @@ static inline sparsebit_idx_t node_first_clear(struct node *nodep, int start)
* used by test cases after they detect an unexpected condition, as a means
* to capture diagnostic information.
*/
-static void sparsebit_dump_internal(FILE *stream, struct sparsebit *s,
+static void sparsebit_dump_internal(FILE *stream, const struct sparsebit *s,
unsigned int indent)
{
/* Dump the contents of s */
@@ -970,7 +970,7 @@ void sparsebit_free(struct sparsebit **sbitp)
* sparsebit_alloc(). It can though already have bits set, which
* if different from src will be cleared.
*/
-void sparsebit_copy(struct sparsebit *d, struct sparsebit *s)
+void sparsebit_copy(struct sparsebit *d, const struct sparsebit *s)
{
/* First clear any bits already set in the destination */
sparsebit_clear_all(d);
@@ -982,7 +982,7 @@ void sparsebit_copy(struct sparsebit *d, struct sparsebit *s)
}

/* Returns whether num consecutive bits starting at idx are all set. */
-bool sparsebit_is_set_num(struct sparsebit *s,
+bool sparsebit_is_set_num(const struct sparsebit *s,
sparsebit_idx_t idx, sparsebit_num_t num)
{
sparsebit_idx_t next_cleared;
@@ -1006,14 +1006,14 @@ bool sparsebit_is_set_num(struct sparsebit *s,
}

/* Returns whether the bit at the index given by idx. */
-bool sparsebit_is_clear(struct sparsebit *s,
+bool sparsebit_is_clear(const struct sparsebit *s,
sparsebit_idx_t idx)
{
return !sparsebit_is_set(s, idx);
}

/* Returns whether num consecutive bits starting at idx are all cleared. */
-bool sparsebit_is_clear_num(struct sparsebit *s,
+bool sparsebit_is_clear_num(const struct sparsebit *s,
sparsebit_idx_t idx, sparsebit_num_t num)
{
sparsebit_idx_t next_set;
@@ -1042,13 +1042,13 @@ bool sparsebit_is_clear_num(struct sparsebit *s,
* value. Use sparsebit_any_set(), instead of sparsebit_num_set() > 0,
* to determine if the sparsebit array has any bits set.
*/
-sparsebit_num_t sparsebit_num_set(struct sparsebit *s)
+sparsebit_num_t sparsebit_num_set(const struct sparsebit *s)
{
return s->num_set;
}

/* Returns whether any bit is set in the sparsebit array. */
-bool sparsebit_any_set(struct sparsebit *s)
+bool sparsebit_any_set(const struct sparsebit *s)
{
/*
* Nodes only describe set bits. If any nodes then there
@@ -1071,20 +1071,20 @@ bool sparsebit_any_set(struct sparsebit *s)
}

/* Returns whether all the bits in the sparsebit array are cleared. */
-bool sparsebit_all_clear(struct sparsebit *s)
+bool sparsebit_all_clear(const struct sparsebit *s)
{
return !sparsebit_any_set(s);
}

/* Returns whether all the bits in the sparsebit array are set. */
-bool sparsebit_any_clear(struct sparsebit *s)
+bool sparsebit_any_clear(const struct sparsebit *s)
{
return !sparsebit_all_set(s);
}

/* Returns the index of the first set bit. Abort if no bits are set.
*/
-sparsebit_idx_t sparsebit_first_set(struct sparsebit *s)
+sparsebit_idx_t sparsebit_first_set(const struct sparsebit *s)
{
struct node *nodep;

@@ -1098,7 +1098,7 @@ sparsebit_idx_t sparsebit_first_set(struct sparsebit *s)
/* Returns the index of the first cleared bit. Abort if
* no bits are cleared.
*/
-sparsebit_idx_t sparsebit_first_clear(struct sparsebit *s)
+sparsebit_idx_t sparsebit_first_clear(const struct sparsebit *s)
{
struct node *nodep1, *nodep2;

@@ -1152,7 +1152,7 @@ sparsebit_idx_t sparsebit_first_clear(struct sparsebit *s)
/* Returns index of next bit set within s after the index given by prev.
* Returns 0 if there are no bits after prev that are set.
*/
-sparsebit_idx_t sparsebit_next_set(struct sparsebit *s,
+sparsebit_idx_t sparsebit_next_set(const struct sparsebit *s,
sparsebit_idx_t prev)
{
sparsebit_idx_t lowest_possible = prev + 1;
@@ -1245,7 +1245,7 @@ sparsebit_idx_t sparsebit_next_set(struct sparsebit *s,
/* Returns index of next bit cleared within s after the index given by prev.
* Returns 0 if there are no bits after prev that are cleared.
*/
-sparsebit_idx_t sparsebit_next_clear(struct sparsebit *s,
+sparsebit_idx_t sparsebit_next_clear(const struct sparsebit *s,
sparsebit_idx_t prev)
{
sparsebit_idx_t lowest_possible = prev + 1;
@@ -1301,7 +1301,7 @@ sparsebit_idx_t sparsebit_next_clear(struct sparsebit *s,
* and returns the index of the first sequence of num consecutively set
* bits. Returns a value of 0 of no such sequence exists.
*/
-sparsebit_idx_t sparsebit_next_set_num(struct sparsebit *s,
+sparsebit_idx_t sparsebit_next_set_num(const struct sparsebit *s,
sparsebit_idx_t start, sparsebit_num_t num)
{
sparsebit_idx_t idx;
@@ -1336,7 +1336,7 @@ sparsebit_idx_t sparsebit_next_set_num(struct sparsebit *s,
* and returns the index of the first sequence of num consecutively cleared
* bits. Returns a value of 0 of no such sequence exists.
*/
-sparsebit_idx_t sparsebit_next_clear_num(struct sparsebit *s,
+sparsebit_idx_t sparsebit_next_clear_num(const struct sparsebit *s,
sparsebit_idx_t start, sparsebit_num_t num)
{
sparsebit_idx_t idx;
@@ -1584,7 +1584,7 @@ static size_t display_range(FILE *stream, sparsebit_idx_t low,
* contiguous bits. This is done because '-' is used to specify command-line
* options, and sometimes ranges are specified as command-line arguments.
*/
-void sparsebit_dump(FILE *stream, struct sparsebit *s,
+void sparsebit_dump(FILE *stream, const struct sparsebit *s,
unsigned int indent)
{
size_t current_line_len = 0;
@@ -1682,7 +1682,7 @@ void sparsebit_dump(FILE *stream, struct sparsebit *s,
* s. On error, diagnostic information is printed to stderr and
* abort is called.
*/
-void sparsebit_validate_internal(struct sparsebit *s)
+void sparsebit_validate_internal(const struct sparsebit *s)
{
bool error_detected = false;
struct node *nodep, *prev = NULL;
--
2.25.1
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