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/* This test program is part of GDB, the GNU debugger.
Copyright 2017-2021 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
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This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
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You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
along with this program. If not, see <>. */
/* Define typedefs of different types, for testing the "whatis" and
"ptype" commands. */
/* Helper macro used to consistently define variables/typedefs using
the same name scheme. BASE is the shared part of the name of all
typedefs/variables generated. Defines a variable of the given
typedef type, and then a typedef of that typedef and a variable of
that new typedef type. The "double typedef" is useful to checking
that whatis only strips one typedef level. For example, if BASE is
"int", we get:
int_typedef v_int_typedef; // "v_" stands for variable of typedef type
typedef int_typedef int_typedef2; // typedef-of-typedef
int_typedef2 v_int_typedef2; // var of typedef-of-typedef
#define DEF(base) \
base ## _typedef v_ ## base ## _typedef; \
typedef base ## _typedef base ## _typedef2; \
base ## _typedef2 v_ ## base ## _typedef2
/* Void. */
/* (Can't have variables of void type.) */
typedef void void_typedef;
typedef void_typedef void_typedef2;
void_typedef *v_void_typedef_ptr;
void_typedef2 *v_void_typedef_ptr2;
/* Integers. */
typedef int int_typedef;
DEF (int);
/* Floats. */
typedef float float_typedef;
DEF (float);
/* Double floats. */
typedef double double_typedef;
DEF (double);
/* Long doubles. */
typedef long double long_double_typedef;
DEF (long_double);
/* Enums. */
typedef enum colors {red, green, blue} colors_typedef;
DEF (colors);
/* Structures. */
typedef struct t_struct
int member;
} t_struct_typedef;
DEF (t_struct);
/* Unions. */
typedef union t_union
int member;
} t_union_typedef;
DEF (t_union);
/* Arrays. */
typedef int int_array_typedef[3];
DEF (int_array);
/* An array the same size of t_struct_typedef, so we can test casting. */
typedef unsigned char uchar_array_t_struct_typedef[sizeof (t_struct_typedef)];
DEF (uchar_array_t_struct);
/* A struct and a eunion the same size as t_struct, so we can test
casting. */
typedef struct t_struct_wrapper
struct t_struct base;
} t_struct_wrapper_typedef;
DEF (t_struct_wrapper);
typedef union t_struct_union_wrapper
struct t_struct base;
} t_struct_union_wrapper_typedef;
DEF (t_struct_union_wrapper);
/* Functions / function pointers. */
typedef void func_ftype (void);
func_ftype *v_func_ftype;
typedef func_ftype func_ftype2;
func_ftype2 *v_func_ftype2;
/* C++ methods / method pointers. */
#ifdef __cplusplus
namespace ns {
struct Struct { void method (); };
void Struct::method () {}
typedef Struct Struct_typedef;
DEF (Struct);
/* Typedefs/vars in a namespace. */
typedef void (Struct::*method_ptr_typedef) ();
DEF (method_ptr);
/* Similar, but in the global namespace. */
typedef ns::Struct ns_Struct_typedef;
DEF (ns_Struct);
typedef void (ns::Struct::*ns_method_ptr_typedef) ();
DEF (ns_method_ptr);
main (void)
return 0;