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// Copyright 2018 The Go Authors. All rights reserved.
// Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style
// license that can be found in the LICENSE file.
// +build !purego,!appengine
package impl
import (
const UnsafeEnabled = true
// Pointer is an opaque pointer type.
type Pointer unsafe.Pointer
// offset represents the offset to a struct field, accessible from a pointer.
// The offset is the byte offset to the field from the start of the struct.
type offset uintptr
// offsetOf returns a field offset for the struct field.
func offsetOf(f reflect.StructField, x exporter) offset {
return offset(f.Offset)
// IsValid reports whether the offset is valid.
func (f offset) IsValid() bool { return f != invalidOffset }
// invalidOffset is an invalid field offset.
var invalidOffset = ^offset(0)
// zeroOffset is a noop when calling pointer.Apply.
var zeroOffset = offset(0)
// pointer is a pointer to a message struct or field.
type pointer struct{ p unsafe.Pointer }
// pointerOf returns p as a pointer.
func pointerOf(p Pointer) pointer {
return pointer{p: unsafe.Pointer(p)}
// pointerOfValue returns v as a pointer.
func pointerOfValue(v reflect.Value) pointer {
return pointer{p: unsafe.Pointer(v.Pointer())}
// pointerOfIface returns the pointer portion of an interface.
func pointerOfIface(v interface{}) pointer {
type ifaceHeader struct {
Type unsafe.Pointer
Data unsafe.Pointer
return pointer{p: (*ifaceHeader)(unsafe.Pointer(&v)).Data}
// IsNil reports whether the pointer is nil.
func (p pointer) IsNil() bool {
return p.p == nil
// Apply adds an offset to the pointer to derive a new pointer
// to a specified field. The pointer must be valid and pointing at a struct.
func (p pointer) Apply(f offset) pointer {
if p.IsNil() {
panic("invalid nil pointer")
return pointer{p: unsafe.Pointer(uintptr(p.p) + uintptr(f))}
// AsValueOf treats p as a pointer to an object of type t and returns the value.
// It is equivalent to reflect.ValueOf(p.AsIfaceOf(t))
func (p pointer) AsValueOf(t reflect.Type) reflect.Value {
return reflect.NewAt(t, p.p)
// AsIfaceOf treats p as a pointer to an object of type t and returns the value.
// It is equivalent to p.AsValueOf(t).Interface()
func (p pointer) AsIfaceOf(t reflect.Type) interface{} {
// TODO: Use tricky unsafe magic to directly create ifaceHeader.
return p.AsValueOf(t).Interface()
func (p pointer) Bool() *bool { return (*bool)(p.p) }
func (p pointer) BoolPtr() **bool { return (**bool)(p.p) }
func (p pointer) BoolSlice() *[]bool { return (*[]bool)(p.p) }
func (p pointer) Int32() *int32 { return (*int32)(p.p) }
func (p pointer) Int32Ptr() **int32 { return (**int32)(p.p) }
func (p pointer) Int32Slice() *[]int32 { return (*[]int32)(p.p) }
func (p pointer) Int64() *int64 { return (*int64)(p.p) }
func (p pointer) Int64Ptr() **int64 { return (**int64)(p.p) }
func (p pointer) Int64Slice() *[]int64 { return (*[]int64)(p.p) }
func (p pointer) Uint32() *uint32 { return (*uint32)(p.p) }
func (p pointer) Uint32Ptr() **uint32 { return (**uint32)(p.p) }
func (p pointer) Uint32Slice() *[]uint32 { return (*[]uint32)(p.p) }
func (p pointer) Uint64() *uint64 { return (*uint64)(p.p) }
func (p pointer) Uint64Ptr() **uint64 { return (**uint64)(p.p) }
func (p pointer) Uint64Slice() *[]uint64 { return (*[]uint64)(p.p) }
func (p pointer) Float32() *float32 { return (*float32)(p.p) }
func (p pointer) Float32Ptr() **float32 { return (**float32)(p.p) }
func (p pointer) Float32Slice() *[]float32 { return (*[]float32)(p.p) }
func (p pointer) Float64() *float64 { return (*float64)(p.p) }
func (p pointer) Float64Ptr() **float64 { return (**float64)(p.p) }
func (p pointer) Float64Slice() *[]float64 { return (*[]float64)(p.p) }
func (p pointer) String() *string { return (*string)(p.p) }
func (p pointer) StringPtr() **string { return (**string)(p.p) }
func (p pointer) StringSlice() *[]string { return (*[]string)(p.p) }
func (p pointer) Bytes() *[]byte { return (*[]byte)(p.p) }
func (p pointer) BytesPtr() **[]byte { return (**[]byte)(p.p) }
func (p pointer) BytesSlice() *[][]byte { return (*[][]byte)(p.p) }
func (p pointer) WeakFields() *weakFields { return (*weakFields)(p.p) }
func (p pointer) Extensions() *map[int32]ExtensionField { return (*map[int32]ExtensionField)(p.p) }
func (p pointer) Elem() pointer {
return pointer{p: *(*unsafe.Pointer)(p.p)}
// PointerSlice loads []*T from p as a []pointer.
// The value returned is aliased with the original slice.
// This behavior differs from the implementation in pointer_reflect.go.
func (p pointer) PointerSlice() []pointer {
// Super-tricky - p should point to a []*T where T is a
// message type. We load it as []pointer.
return *(*[]pointer)(p.p)
// AppendPointerSlice appends v to p, which must be a []*T.
func (p pointer) AppendPointerSlice(v pointer) {
*(*[]pointer)(p.p) = append(*(*[]pointer)(p.p), v)
// SetPointer sets *p to v.
func (p pointer) SetPointer(v pointer) {
*(*unsafe.Pointer)(p.p) = (unsafe.Pointer)(v.p)
// Static check that MessageState does not exceed the size of a pointer.
const _ = uint(unsafe.Sizeof(unsafe.Pointer(nil)) - unsafe.Sizeof(MessageState{}))
func (Export) MessageStateOf(p Pointer) *messageState {
// Super-tricky - see documentation on MessageState.
return (*messageState)(unsafe.Pointer(p))
func (ms *messageState) pointer() pointer {
// Super-tricky - see documentation on MessageState.
return pointer{p: unsafe.Pointer(ms)}
func (ms *messageState) messageInfo() *MessageInfo {
mi := ms.LoadMessageInfo()
if mi == nil {
panic("invalid nil message info; this suggests memory corruption due to a race or shallow copy on the message struct")
return mi
func (ms *messageState) LoadMessageInfo() *MessageInfo {
return (*MessageInfo)(atomic.LoadPointer((*unsafe.Pointer)(unsafe.Pointer(&ms.atomicMessageInfo))))
func (ms *messageState) StoreMessageInfo(mi *MessageInfo) {
atomic.StorePointer((*unsafe.Pointer)(unsafe.Pointer(&ms.atomicMessageInfo)), unsafe.Pointer(mi))
type atomicNilMessage struct{ p unsafe.Pointer } // p is a *messageReflectWrapper
func (m *atomicNilMessage) Init(mi *MessageInfo) *messageReflectWrapper {
if p := atomic.LoadPointer(&m.p); p != nil {
return (*messageReflectWrapper)(p)
w := &messageReflectWrapper{mi: mi}
atomic.CompareAndSwapPointer(&m.p, nil, (unsafe.Pointer)(w))
return (*messageReflectWrapper)(atomic.LoadPointer(&m.p))