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# This testcase is part of GDB, the GNU debugger.
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# Test that when setting breakpoints, setting a breakpoint on "foo"
# creates locations for all external and static functions called "foo"
# in the program, with and without debug info.
standard_testfile .c msym-bp-2.c
# Run "info breakpoints", and check that we find the two locations,
# LOC_A and LOC_B, in either order.
proc test_info_break_2 {loc_a loc_b} {
set re1 ".*\.1.*${loc_a}\r\n.*\.2.*${loc_b}"
set re2 ".*\.1.*${loc_b}\r\n.*\.2.*${loc_a}"
gdb_test "info breakpoint" "$re1|$re2"
proc test {debug} {
global testfile srcfile srcfile2
global decimal
if {$debug} {
set options "debug"
} else {
set options ""
if { [prepare_for_testing "failed to prepare" $testfile-$debug \
[list $srcfile $srcfile2] $options] } {
return -1
# Should find two locations: the static foo in the msym-bp.c file,
# and the extern foo in the msym-bp-2.c file. Same result
# expected before and after running to main.
proc test_break {prefix} {
global decimal
upvar debug debug
with_test_prefix $prefix {
gdb_test "break foo" "\\(2 locations\\)"
if {$debug} {
test_info_break_2 \
"in foo at .*msym-bp.c:$decimal" \
"in foo at .*msym-bp-2.c:$decimal"
} else {
test_info_break_2 \
"<foo(\\+$decimal)?>" \
test_break "before run"
if ![runto_main] {
test_break "at main"
foreach_with_prefix debug {0 1} {
test $debug