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# Test for PR gdb/1056.
# 2003-10-18 Michael Chastain <>
# test SIGFPE (such as division by 0) inside gdb itself
# When SIGFPE happens, the operating system may restart the
# offending instruction after the signal handler returns,
# rather than proceeding to the next instruction. This happens
# on i686-pc-linux-gnu with a linux kernel. If gdb has a naive
# signal handler that just returns, then it will restart the
# broken instruction and gdb gets an endless stream of SIGFPE's
# and makes no progress.
# On a broken gdb this test will just time out.
gdb_test_multiple "print 1/0" "" {
-re ".*$gdb_prompt $" {
pass "print 1/0"
timeout {
kfail "gdb/1056" "print 1/0"
gdb_test "print 1U/0" ".*Division by zero.*" "test unsigned division by zero"