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# Test that annotations support doesn't leave GDB's terminal settings
# into effect when we run a foreground command.
if {[prepare_for_testing "failed to prepare" $testfile $srcfile debug] == -1} {
return -1
# Because runto_main doesn't know how to handle the prompt with annotations,
# run to main before we set the annotation level.
if ![runto_main] then {
return 1
# NOTE: this prompt is OK only when the annotation level is > 1
# NOTE: When this prompt is in use the gdb_test procedure cannot be
# used because it assumes that the last char after the gdb_prompt is a
# white space. This is not true with this annotated prompt. So we
# must use the gdb_annota_test replacement below, or
# gdb_test_multiple.
set old_gdb_prompt $gdb_prompt
set gdb_prompt "\r\n\032\032pre-prompt\r\n$gdb_prompt \r\n\032\032prompt\r\n"
# Like gdb_test, but cope with the annotation prompt.
proc gdb_annota_test {command pattern message} {
global gdb_prompt
gdb_test_multiple $command $message {
-re "$pattern$gdb_prompt$" {
pass "$message"
-re "$gdb_prompt$" {
fail "$message"
# Set the annotation level to 2.
gdb_annota_test "set annotate 2" ".*" "annotation set at level 2"
set test "delete breakpoints"
gdb_test_multiple "delete" $test {
-re "Delete all breakpoints. .y or n." {
send_gdb "y\n"
-re "$gdb_prompt$" {
pass $test
# Set the target running, and then type something. GDB used to have a
# bug where it'd be accepting input even though the target was
# supposedly resumed in the foreground. This ultimately resulted in
# readline aborting.
set linenum [gdb_get_line_number "set break here"]
gdb_annota_test "break $linenum" \
"Breakpoint .*$srcfile, line .*" \
"break after sleep"
# Continue, and wait a bit to make sure the inferior really starts
# running. Wait less than much the program sleeps, which is 5
# seconds, though.
set saw_continuing 0
set test "continue"
gdb_test_multiple $test $test {
-timeout 2
-re "Continuing\\." {
set saw_continuing 1
timeout {
gdb_assert $saw_continuing $test
# Type something.
send_gdb "print 1\n"
# Poor buggy GDB would crash before the breakpoint was hit.
set test "breakpoint hit"
gdb_test_multiple "" $test {
-re "stopped\r\n$gdb_prompt" {
pass $test
set test "print command result"
gdb_test_multiple "" $test {
-re "\r\n1\r\n\r\n\032\032value-history-end\r\n$gdb_prompt" {
pass $test
# Restore the original prompt for the rest of the testsuite.
set gdb_prompt $old_gdb_prompt