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# This testcase is part of GDB, the GNU debugger.
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# Test GDB's "source" command - reads in a GDB script.
standard_testfile structs.c
gdb_test "source -v ${srcdir}/${subdir}/source-test.gdb" \
"echo test source options.*" \
"source -v"
# There was a bug where -v got stuck in the "on" position.
# Verify "source script", without the -v, is not verbose.
set test "source after -v"
gdb_test_multiple "source ${srcdir}/${subdir}/source-test.gdb" $test {
-re "echo test source options.*$gdb_prompt $" {
fail "$test"
-re "test source options.*$gdb_prompt $" {
pass "$test"
gdb_test "dir ${srcdir}/${subdir}" "Source directories searched: .*" \
"set search directories"
gdb_test "source -s ./source-test.gdb" \
"test source options" \
"source -s"
# Test -v and -s in either order.
gdb_test "source -s -v ./source-test.gdb" \
"echo test source options.*" \
"source -s -v"
gdb_test "source -v -s ./source-test.gdb" \
"echo test source options.*" \
"source -v -s"
# Test sourcing a non-existant file, both when the source command
# comes from the a command entered at the GDB prompt, and when
# it comes from a script being sourced.
gdb_test "source for-sure-nonexistant-file" \
"for-sure-nonexistant-file: No such file or directory\."
gdb_test "source source-nofile.gdb" \
"warning: for-sure-nonexistant-file: No such file or directory\.\[\r\n\]*source error not fatal"
# Test commands that error out in sourced files, including in nested sourced
# files.
# This needs to come after the "dir" command tested above for source-error.gdb
# to find source-error-1.gdb.
gdb_test "source ${srcdir}/${subdir}/source-error.gdb" \
[multi_line ".*source-error.gdb:20: Error in sourced command file:" \
"source-error-1.gdb:21: Error in sourced command file:" \
"Cannot access memory at address 0x0" ] \
"script contains error"