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# Regression test for PR 20494 (User input stops being echoed in CLI).
# Before that bug was fixed, starting an inferior in a non-main UI
# would result in GDB saving readline's prepped terminal state as
# gdb's "own" terminal state (i.e., target_terminal_ours state),
# resulting in subsequent synchronous execution commands in the main
# UI disabling input echo.
set compile_options "debug"
if {[build_executable $testfile.exp $testfile ${srcfile} ${compile_options}] == -1} {
untested "failed to compile"
return -1
# Start gdb and create an extra console UI. Start the inferior in the
# DRIVER console (either "main" or "extra"), and then enter a
# synchronous execution command in the extra console. Before PR 20494
# was fixed, if DRIVER was a secondary UI, GDB would lose input echo
# on the main UI after the synchronous execution command. We test
# with both main and extra UIs as driver consoles for completeness.
proc echo_test {driver} {
global srcfile testfile
global gdb_prompt
global gdb_spawn_id
global gdb_main_spawn_id extra_spawn_id
global decimal
clean_restart $testfile
# Save the main UI's spawn ID.
set gdb_main_spawn_id $gdb_spawn_id
# Create the new PTY for the secondary console UI.
spawn -pty
set extra_spawn_id $spawn_id
set extra_tty_name $spawn_out(slave,name)
gdb_test_multiple "new-ui console $extra_tty_name" "new-ui" {
-re "New UI allocated\r\n$gdb_prompt $" {
with_spawn_id $extra_spawn_id {
set test "initial prompt on extra console"
gdb_test_multiple "" $test {
-re "$gdb_prompt $" {
pass $test
set main_console [list $gdb_main_spawn_id "main console"]
set extra_console [list $extra_spawn_id "extra console"]
if {$driver == "main"} {
set con1 $main_console
set con2 $extra_console
} else {
set con1 $extra_console
set con2 $main_console
set con1_spawn_id [lindex $con1 0]
set con2_spawn_id [lindex $con2 0]
set con1_name [lindex $con1 1]
set con2_name [lindex $con2 1]
set bp_lineno [gdb_get_line_number "set break $con1_name here"]
with_spawn_id $con1_spawn_id {
gdb_test "break $srcfile:$bp_lineno" \
"Breakpoint $decimal .*$srcfile, line $bp_lineno\\." \
"set breakpoint using $con1_name"
gdb_test "" "set break $con1_name here .*" "run to breakpoint on $con1_name"
with_spawn_id $con2_spawn_id {
set test "breakpoint hit reported on $con2_name too"
gdb_test_multiple "" $test {
-re "Breakpoint $decimal, .* set break $con1_name here " {
pass $test
gdb_test "next" "global = 1;" "next on $con2_name"
# Ensure echo remains enabled in both consoles.
with_spawn_id $con1_spawn_id {
gdb_test "print 1" "^print 1\r\n\\\$1 = 1" "print on $con1_name echoes"
with_spawn_id $con2_spawn_id {
gdb_test "print 2" "^print 2\r\n\\\$2 = 2" "print on $con2_name echoes"
# The test driver.
proc test_driver {} {
with_test_prefix "extra console as driver" {
echo_test "extra"
with_test_prefix "main console as driver" {
echo_test "main"