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/* ScummVM - Graphic Adventure Engine
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 * file distributed with this source distribution.
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 * modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License
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#include "common/scummsys.h"

#if defined(DYNAMIC_MODULES) && defined(USE_ELF_LOADER)

#include <cxxabi.h>

#include "backends/plugins/elf/elf-provider.h"
#include "backends/plugins/dynamic-plugin.h"
#include "backends/plugins/elf/memory-manager.h"

#include "common/debug.h"
#include "common/fs.h"

 * consider the code:
 * class Foobar {
 *   const char *work() {
 *     static String foo = "bar";
 *     return s.c_str();
 *   }
 * }
 * When instantiating Foobar and calling work() for the first time the String
 * foo will be constructed. GCC automatically registers its destruction via
 * either atexit() or __cxa_atexit(). Only the latter will add information
 * about which DSO did the construction (Using &__dso_handle).
 * __cxa_atexit allows plugins to reference C++ ABI symbols in the main
 * executable without code duplication (No need to link the plugin against
 * libstdc++), since we can distinguish which registered exit functions belong
 * to a specific DSO. When unloading a plugin, we just use the C++ ABI call
 * __cxa_finalize(&__dso_handle) to call all destructors of only that DSO.
 * Prerequisites:
 * - The used libc needs to support __cxa_atexit
 * - -fuse-cxa-atexit in CXXFLAGS
 * - Every plugin needs its own hidden __dso_handle symbol
 *   This is automatically done via REGISTER_PLUGIN_DYNAMIC, see base/plugins.h
 * When __cxa_atexit can not be used, each plugin needs to link against
 * libstdc++ to embed its own set of C++ ABI symbols. When not doing so,
 * registered destructors of already unloaded plugins will crash the
 * application upon returning from main().
 * See "3.3.5 DSO Object Destruction API" of the C++ ABI

DynamicPlugin::VoidFunc ELFPlugin::findSymbol(const char *symbol) {
      void *func = 0;

      if (_dlHandle)
            func = _dlHandle->symbol(symbol);

      if (!func) {
            if (!_dlHandle)
                  warning("elfloader: Failed loading symbol '%s' from plugin '%s' (Handle is NULL)", symbol, _filename.c_str());
                  warning("elfloader: Failed loading symbol '%s' from plugin '%s'", symbol, _filename.c_str());

      // FIXME HACK: This is a HACK to circumvent a clash between the ISO C++
      // standard and POSIX: ISO C++ disallows casting between function pointers
      // and data pointers, but dlsym always returns a void pointer. For details,
      // see e.g. <http://www.trilithium.com/johan/2004/12/problem-with-dlsym/>.
      assert(sizeof(VoidFunc) == sizeof(func));
      VoidFunc tmp;
      memcpy(&tmp, &func, sizeof(VoidFunc));
      return tmp;

  * Test the size of the plugin.
void ELFPlugin::trackSize() {
      // All we need to do is create our object, track its size, then delete it
      DLObject *obj = makeDLObject();
      delete obj;

bool ELFPlugin::loadPlugin() {

      DLObject *obj = makeDLObject();
      if (obj->open(_filename.c_str())) {
            _dlHandle = obj;
      } else {
            delete obj;
            _dlHandle = 0;

      if (!_dlHandle) {
            warning("elfloader: Failed loading plugin '%s'", _filename.c_str());
            return false;

      CharFunc buildDateFunc = (CharFunc)findSymbol("PLUGIN_getBuildDate");
      if (!buildDateFunc) {
            warning("elfloader: plugin '%s' is missing symbols", _filename.c_str());
            return false;

      if (strncmp(gScummVMPluginBuildDate, buildDateFunc(), strlen(gScummVMPluginBuildDate))) {
            warning("elfloader: plugin '%s' has a different build date", _filename.c_str());
            return false;

      bool ret = DynamicPlugin::loadPlugin();

      if (ret) {
            // FIXME HACK: Reverse HACK of findSymbol() :P
            VoidFunc tmp;
            tmp = findSymbol("__dso_handle");
            memcpy(&_dso_handle, &tmp, sizeof(VoidFunc));
            debug(2, "elfloader: __dso_handle is %p", _dso_handle);


      return ret;

void ELFPlugin::unloadPlugin() {

      if (_dlHandle) {
            if (_dso_handle) {
                  debug(2, "elfloader: calling __cxa_finalize");
                  _dso_handle = 0;

            if (!_dlHandle->close())
                  warning("elfloader: Failed unloading plugin '%s'", _filename.c_str());

            delete _dlHandle;
            _dlHandle = 0;

  * We override this function in FilePluginProvider to allow the single
  * plugin method to create a non-fragmenting memory allocation. We take
  * the plugins found and tell the memory manager to allocate space for
  * them.
PluginList ELFPluginProvider::getPlugins() {
      PluginList pl = FilePluginProvider::getPlugins();

#if defined(UNCACHED_PLUGINS) && !defined(ELF_NO_MEM_MANAGER)     
      // This static downcast is safe because all of the plugins must
      // be ELF plugins
      for (PluginList::iterator p = pl.begin(); p != pl.end(); ++p) {
            (static_cast<ELFPlugin *>(*p))->trackSize();

      // The Memory Manager should now allocate space based on the information
      // it collected
      return pl;

bool ELFPluginProvider::isPluginFilename(const Common::FSNode &node) const {
      // Check the plugin suffix
      Common::String filename = node.getName();

      if (!filename.hasSuffix(".PLG") && !filename.hasSuffix(".plg") &&
                  !filename.hasSuffix(".PLUGIN") && !filename.hasSuffix(".plugin"))
            return false;

      return true;

#endif // defined(DYNAMIC_MODULES) && defined(USE_ELF_LOADER)

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