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if {[gdb_skip_xml_test]} {
unsupported "arc-tdesc-cpu.exp"
return -1
# Test whether it is OK to have `arc:HS` in the target description
# architecture. `HS` is a valid BFD architecture name, however the
# disassembler doesn't accept it as a CPU name. This test checks that GDB
# doesn't pass architecture from the target description directly to the
# disassembler and instead uses one of the valid CPU names.
gdb_test \
"set tdesc filename $srcdir/$subdir/arc-tdesc-cpu.xml" \
".*" \
"set tdesc filename \$srcdir/$subdir/arc-tdesc-cpu.xml"
# An error message is emitted by the disassembler, therefore it is not shown
# unless the disassembler is actually invoked. Address "0" is not invalid,
# but that doesn't matter for this test case, because it is only the
# disassembler error message that is interesting.
set cmd "x /i 0"
set msg "setting HS architecture"
gdb_test_multiple $cmd $msg {
-re "Unrecognised disassembler CPU option: HS.*$gdb_prompt" {
fail $msg
-re "^$cmd\r\n\\s*$hex:\\s+Cannot access memory at address $hex\r\n$gdb_prompt"
pass $msg