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# Test for PR tui/25126.
# The bug is about a regression that makes GDB not reload its source
# code cache when the inferior's symbols are reloaded, which leads to
# wrong backtraces/listings.
# This bug is reproducible even without using the TUI.
# Only run on native boards.
if { [use_gdb_stub] || [target_info gdb_protocol] == "extended-remote" } {
return -1
# Because we need to modify the source file later, it's better if we
# just copy it to our output directory (instead of messing with the
# user's source directory).
set newsrc [standard_output_file $testfile].c
file copy -force -- $srcdir/$subdir/$srcfile $newsrc
set srcfile $newsrc
if { [prepare_for_testing "failed to prepare" $testfile $srcfile] } {
return -1
# Get the line number for the line with the "break-here" marker.
set bp_line [gdb_get_line_number "break-here" $srcfile]
gdb_assert { [runto "$srcfile:$bp_line"] } \
"run to break-here marker"
# Do a "list" and check that the printed line matches the line of the
# original source file.
gdb_test_no_output "set listsize 1"
gdb_test "list" "$bp_line\[ \t\]+printf \\(\"hello\\\\n\"\\); /\\* break-here \\*/" \
"check the first version of the source file"
# Modify the original source file, and add an extra line into it.
# This only works locally because of the TCL commands.
set bkpsrc [standard_output_file $testfile].c.bkp
set bkpsrcfd [open $bkpsrc w]
set srcfd [open $srcfile r]
while { [gets $srcfd line] != -1 } {
if { [string first "break-here" $line] != -1 } {
# Put a "printf" line before the "break-here" line.
puts $bkpsrcfd " printf (\"foo\\n\"); /* new-marker */"
puts $bkpsrcfd $line
close $bkpsrcfd
close $srcfd
file rename -force -- $bkpsrc $srcfile
# We have to wait 1 second because of the way GDB checks whether the
# binary has changed or not. GDB uses stat(2) and currently checks
# 'st_mtime', whose precision is measured in seconds. Since the copy,
# rename, and rebuild can take less than 1 second, GDB might mistakenly
# assume that the binary is unchanged.
sleep 1
# Recompile the modified source. We use "gdb_compile" here instead of
# "prepare_for_testing" because we don't want to call "clean_restart".
if { [gdb_compile "${srcfile}" "${binfile}" executable {debug}] != "" } {
return -1
# Rerun the program. This should not only force GDB to reload the
# source cache, but also to break at BP_LINE again, which now has
# different contents.
gdb_test_multiple "run" "rerun program" {
-re {The program being debugged has been started already\.\r\nStart it from the beginning\? \(y or n\) $} {
set binregex [string_to_regexp $binfile]
gdb_test "y" "\\`$binregex\\' has changed; re-reading symbols\.\r\nStarting program: ${binregex}.*" \
"rerun program"
# Again, perform the listing and check that the line indeed has
# changed for GDB.
gdb_test "list" "${bp_line}\[ \t\]+printf \\(\"foo\\\\n\"\\); /\\\* new-marker \\\*/.*" \
"verify that the source code is properly reloaded"