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# 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
# the Free Software Foundation; either version 3 of the License, or
# (at your option) any later version.
# This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
# but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
# GNU General Public License for more details.
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# along with this program. If not, see <>.
# Test that -list-thread-groups --available works.
load_lib mi-support.exp
set MIFLAGS "-i=mi"
# Support for XML is needed to run this test.
if [gdb_skip_xml_test] then {
unsupported "list-thread-groups-available.exp"
return -1
if { [gdb_compile "${srcdir}/${subdir}/${srcfile}" "${binfile}" executable {debug}] != "" } {
untested "failed to compile"
return -1
if [mi_gdb_start] {
if ![can_spawn_for_attach] {
set string_re {(?:[^\\"]|\\.)*}
set id_re "id=\"$decimal\""
set type_re "type=\"process\""
set description_re "description=\"$string_re\""
set user_re "user=\"$string_re\""
# The CORES_RE regexp allows a process to be running on zero or more
# cores. The former can happen if a process exits while GDB is
# reading information out of /proc.
set cores_re "cores=\\\[(\"$decimal\"(,\"$decimal\")*)?\\\]"
# List all available processes.
set process_entry_re "{${id_re},${type_re}(,$description_re)?(,$user_re)?(,$cores_re)?}"
# The list can be long, so read entries one by one to avoid hitting the
# timeout (especially when running with check-read1).
set cmd "-list-thread-groups --available"
set test "list available thread groups"
gdb_test_multiple $cmd $test -prompt "$mi_gdb_prompt" {
-re "\\^done,groups=\\\[" {
# The beginning of the response.
-re "${process_entry_re}," {
# All entries except the last one.
-re "${process_entry_re}\\\]\r\n${mi_gdb_prompt}" {
# The last entry.
pass $gdb_test_name
# List specific processes, make sure there are two entries.
set spawn_id_1 [remote_spawn target $binfile]
set pid_1 [spawn_id_get_pid $spawn_id_1]
set id_re_1 "id=\"$pid_1\""
set spawn_id_2 [remote_spawn target $binfile]
set pid_2 [spawn_id_get_pid $spawn_id_2]
set id_re_2 "id=\"$pid_2\""
# Unlike the earlier CORES_RE this list must contain at least one
# core. Given that we know these processes will not exit while GDB is
# reading their information from /proc we can expect at least one core
# for each process.
set cores_re "cores=\\\[\"$decimal\"(,\"$decimal\")*\\\]"
set process_entry_re_1 "{${id_re_1},${type_re}(,$description_re)?(,$user_re)?(,$cores_re)?}"
set process_entry_re_2 "{${id_re_2},${type_re}(,$description_re)?(,$user_re)?(,$cores_re)?}"
set process_list_re "(${process_entry_re_1},${process_entry_re_2}|${process_entry_re_2},${process_entry_re_1})"
mi_gdb_test \
"-list-thread-groups --available i${pid_1} i${pid_2}" \
"\\^done,groups=\\\[${process_list_re}\\\]" \
"list available thread groups with filter"
kill_wait_spawned_process $spawn_id_1
kill_wait_spawned_process $spawn_id_2