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# Ensure that 'layout asm' can scroll away from the last line of a
# very short program using a page up sized scroll.
standard_testfile tui-layout-asm-short-prog.S
if {[build_executable "failed to prepare" ${testfile} ${srcfile} \
{debug additional_flags=-nostdlib \
additional_flags=-nostartfiles}] == -1} {
return -1
Term::clean_restart 24 80 $testfile
if {![Term::prepare_for_tui]} {
unsupported "TUI not supported"
# This puts us into TUI mode, and should display the ASM window.
Term::command_no_prompt_prefix "layout asm"
Term::check_box_contents "check asm box contents" 0 0 80 15 "<_start>"
# Record the first line of output, we'll need this later.
set first_line [Term::get_line 1]
# Scroll forward a large amount, this should take us to the last
# instruction in the program.
Term::command "+ 13"
Term::check_box_contents "check asm box contents again" 0 0 80 15 \
[multi_line \
"^ *$hex\[^\r\n\]+" \
# Now scroll backward again, we should return to the start of the
# program.
Term::command "- 13"
gdb_assert {[string eq "$first_line" [Term::get_line 1]]} \
"check first line is back"