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# advance.exp -- Expect script to test 'advance' in gdb
if {[prepare_for_testing "failed to prepare" $testfile $srcfile debug]} {
return -1
if ![runto_main] then {
return 0
# Verify that "advance <location>" works. (This is really just syntactic
# sugar for "tbreak <location>; continue".)
gdb_test "advance [gdb_get_line_number "advance this location"]" \
"main .* at .*:.*b = 3.*advance this location.*" \
"advance line number"
# Verify that a malformed "advance" is gracefully caught.
gdb_test "advance [gdb_get_line_number "advance malformed"] then stop" \
"malformed linespec error: unexpected string, \"then stop\"" \
"malformed advance"
# Verify that "advance <funcname>" works.
gdb_test "advance func" \
"func.*at.*x = x \\+ 5."
# Verify that "advance <funcname>" when funcname is NOT called by the current
# frame, stops at the end of the current frame.
# gdb can legitimately stop on either the current line or the next line,
# depending on whether the machine instruction for 'call' on the current
# line has more instructions after it or not.
gdb_test "advance func3" \
"(in main|).*(func \\(c\\)|marker1 \\(\\)).*stop here after leaving current frame..."\
"advance function not called by current frame"
# break at main again
gdb_test "break [gdb_get_line_number "break here"]" \
".*Breakpoint.* at .*" \
"set breakpoint at call to func3"
gdb_test "continue" \
".*Breakpoint ${decimal}, main.*func3.*break here.*" \
"continue to call to func3 in main"
# Verify that "advance <funcname>" when funcname is called as parameter to
# another function works.
gdb_test "advance foo" \
"foo \\(a=5\\).*int b = a \\+ 10;"\
"advance function called as param"
# Verify that we get an error if we use 'advance' w/o argument
gdb_test "advance" \
"Argument required \\(a location\\)."\
"advance with no argument"