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/* Print values for GNU debugger GDB.
Copyright (C) 1986-2021 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
This file is part of GDB.
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
MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
GNU General Public License for more details.
You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
along with this program. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>. */
#include "defs.h"
#include "frame.h"
#include "symtab.h"
#include "gdbtypes.h"
#include "value.h"
#include "language.h"
#include "c-lang.h"
#include "expression.h"
#include "gdbcore.h"
#include "gdbcmd.h"
#include "target.h"
#include "breakpoint.h"
#include "demangle.h"
#include "gdb-demangle.h"
#include "valprint.h"
#include "annotate.h"
#include "symfile.h" /* for overlay functions */
#include "objfiles.h" /* ditto */
#include "completer.h" /* for completion functions */
#include "ui-out.h"
#include "block.h"
#include "disasm.h"
#include "target-float.h"
#include "observable.h"
#include "solist.h"
#include "parser-defs.h"
#include "charset.h"
#include "arch-utils.h"
#include "cli/cli-utils.h"
#include "cli/cli-option.h"
#include "cli/cli-script.h"
#include "cli/cli-style.h"
#include "gdbsupport/format.h"
#include "source.h"
#include "gdbsupport/byte-vector.h"
#include "gdbsupport/gdb_optional.h"
#include "safe-ctype.h"
#include "gdbsupport/rsp-low.h"
/* Chain containing all defined memory-tag subcommands. */
static struct cmd_list_element *memory_tag_list;
/* Last specified output format. */
static char last_format = 0;
/* Last specified examination size. 'b', 'h', 'w' or `q'. */
static char last_size = 'w';
/* Last specified count for the 'x' command. */
static int last_count;
/* Last specified tag-printing option. */
static bool last_print_tags = false;
/* Default address to examine next, and associated architecture. */
static struct gdbarch *next_gdbarch;
static CORE_ADDR next_address;
/* Number of delay instructions following current disassembled insn. */
static int branch_delay_insns;
/* Last address examined. */
static CORE_ADDR last_examine_address;
/* Contents of last address examined.
This is not valid past the end of the `x' command! */
static value_ref_ptr last_examine_value;
/* Largest offset between a symbolic value and an address, that will be
printed as `0x1234 <symbol+offset>'. */
static unsigned int max_symbolic_offset = UINT_MAX;
static void
show_max_symbolic_offset (struct ui_file *file, int from_tty,
struct cmd_list_element *c, const char *value)
{
fprintf_filtered (file,
_("The largest offset that will be "
"printed in <symbol+1234> form is %s.\n"),
value);
}
/* Append the source filename and linenumber of the symbol when
printing a symbolic value as `<symbol at filename:linenum>' if set. */
static bool print_symbol_filename = false;
static void
show_print_symbol_filename (struct ui_file *file, int from_tty,
struct cmd_list_element *c, const char *value)
{
fprintf_filtered (file, _("Printing of source filename and "
"line number with <symbol> is %s.\n"),
value);
}
/* Number of auto-display expression currently being displayed.
So that we can disable it if we get a signal within it.
-1 when not doing one. */
static int current_display_number;
/* Last allocated display number. */
static int display_number;
struct display
{
display (const char *exp_string_, expression_up &&exp_,
const struct format_data &format_, struct program_space *pspace_,
const struct block *block_)
: exp_string (exp_string_),
exp (std::move (exp_)),
number (++display_number),
format (format_),
pspace (pspace_),
block (block_),
enabled_p (true)
{
}
/* The expression as the user typed it. */
std::string exp_string;
/* Expression to be evaluated and displayed. */
expression_up exp;
/* Item number of this auto-display item. */
int number;
/* Display format specified. */
struct format_data format;
/* Program space associated with `block'. */
struct program_space *pspace;
/* Innermost block required by this expression when evaluated. */
const struct block *block;
/* Status of this display (enabled or disabled). */
bool enabled_p;
};
/* Expressions whose values should be displayed automatically each
time the program stops. */
static std::vector<std::unique_ptr<struct display>> all_displays;
/* Prototypes for local functions. */
static void do_one_display (struct display *);
/* Decode a format specification. *STRING_PTR should point to it.
OFORMAT and OSIZE are used as defaults for the format and size
if none are given in the format specification.
If OSIZE is zero, then the size field of the returned value
should be set only if a size is explicitly specified by the
user.
The structure returned describes all the data
found in the specification. In addition, *STRING_PTR is advanced
past the specification and past all whitespace following it. */
static struct format_data
decode_format (const char **string_ptr, int oformat, int osize)
{
struct format_data val;
const char *p = *string_ptr;
val.format = '?';
val.size = '?';
val.count = 1;
val.raw = 0;
val.print_tags = false;
if (*p == '-')
{
val.count = -1;
p++;
}
if (*p >= '0' && *p <= '9')
val.count *= atoi (p);
while (*p >= '0' && *p <= '9')
p++;
/* Now process size or format letters that follow. */
while (1)
{
if (*p == 'b' || *p == 'h' || *p == 'w' || *p == 'g')
val.size = *p++;
else if (*p == 'r')
{
val.raw = 1;
p++;
}
else if (*p == 'm')
{
val.print_tags = true;
p++;
}
else if (*p >= 'a' && *p <= 'z')
val.format = *p++;
else
break;
}
*string_ptr = skip_spaces (p);
/* Set defaults for format and size if not specified. */
if (val.format == '?')
{
if (val.size == '?')
{
/* Neither has been specified. */
val.format = oformat;
val.size = osize;
}
else
/* If a size is specified, any format makes a reasonable
default except 'i'. */
val.format = oformat == 'i' ? 'x' : oformat;
}
else if (val.size == '?')
switch (val.format)
{
case 'a':
/* Pick the appropriate size for an address. This is deferred
until do_examine when we know the actual architecture to use.
A special size value of 'a' is used to indicate this case. */
val.size = osize ? 'a' : osize;
break;
case 'f':
/* Floating point has to be word or giantword. */
if (osize == 'w' || osize == 'g')
val.size = osize;
else
/* Default it to giantword if the last used size is not
appropriate. */
val.size = osize ? 'g' : osize;
break;
case 'c':
/* Characters default to one byte. */
val.size = osize ? 'b' : osize;
break;
case 's':
/* Display strings with byte size chars unless explicitly
specified. */
val.size = '\0';
break;
default:
/* The default is the size most recently specified. */
val.size = osize;
}
return val;
}
/* Print value VAL on stream according to OPTIONS.
Do not end with a newline.
SIZE is the letter for the size of datum being printed.
This is used to pad hex numbers so they line up. SIZE is 0
for print / output and set for examine. */
static void
print_formatted (struct value *val, int size,
const struct value_print_options *options,
struct ui_file *stream)
{
struct type *type = check_typedef (value_type (val));
int len = TYPE_LENGTH (type);
if (VALUE_LVAL (val) == lval_memory)
next_address = value_address (val) + len;
if (size)
{
switch (options->format)
{
case 's':
{
struct type *elttype = value_type (val);
next_address = (value_address (val)
+ val_print_string (elttype, NULL,
value_address (val), -1,
stream, options) * len);
}
return;
case 'i':
/* We often wrap here if there are long symbolic names. */
wrap_here (" ");
next_address = (value_address (val)
+ gdb_print_insn (type->arch (),
value_address (val), stream,
&branch_delay_insns));
return;
}
}
if (options->format == 0 || options->format == 's'
|| type->code () == TYPE_CODE_VOID
|| type->code () == TYPE_CODE_REF
|| type->code () == TYPE_CODE_ARRAY
|| type->code () == TYPE_CODE_STRING
|| type->code () == TYPE_CODE_STRUCT
|| type->code () == TYPE_CODE_UNION
|| type->code () == TYPE_CODE_NAMESPACE)
value_print (val, stream, options);
else
/* User specified format, so don't look to the type to tell us
what to do. */
value_print_scalar_formatted (val, options, size, stream);
}
/* Return builtin floating point type of same length as TYPE.
If no such type is found, return TYPE itself. */
static struct type *
float_type_from_length (struct type *type)
{
struct gdbarch *gdbarch = type->arch ();
const struct builtin_type *builtin = builtin_type (gdbarch);
if (TYPE_LENGTH (type) == TYPE_LENGTH (builtin->builtin_float))
type = builtin->builtin_float;
else if (TYPE_LENGTH (type) == TYPE_LENGTH (builtin->builtin_double))
type = builtin->builtin_double;
else if (TYPE_LENGTH (type) == TYPE_LENGTH (builtin->builtin_long_double))
type = builtin->builtin_long_double;
return type;
}
/* Print a scalar of data of type TYPE, pointed to in GDB by VALADDR,
according to OPTIONS and SIZE on STREAM. Formats s and i are not
supported at this level. */
void
print_scalar_formatted (const gdb_byte *valaddr, struct type *type,
const struct value_print_options *options,
int size, struct ui_file *stream)
{
struct gdbarch *gdbarch = type->arch ();
unsigned int len = TYPE_LENGTH (type);
enum bfd_endian byte_order = type_byte_order (type);
/* String printing should go through val_print_scalar_formatted. */
gdb_assert (options->format != 's');
/* If the value is a pointer, and pointers and addresses are not the
same, then at this point, the value's length (in target bytes) is
gdbarch_addr_bit/TARGET_CHAR_BIT, not TYPE_LENGTH (type). */
if (type->code () == TYPE_CODE_PTR)
len = gdbarch_addr_bit (gdbarch) / TARGET_CHAR_BIT;
/* If we are printing it as unsigned, truncate it in case it is actually
a negative signed value (e.g. "print/u (short)-1" should print 65535
(if shorts are 16 bits) instead of 4294967295). */
if (options->format != 'c'
&& (options->format != 'd' || type->is_unsigned ()))
{
if (len < TYPE_LENGTH (type) && byte_order == BFD_ENDIAN_BIG)
valaddr += TYPE_LENGTH (type) - len;
}
/* Allow LEN == 0, and in this case, don't assume that VALADDR is
valid. */
const gdb_byte zero = 0;
if (len == 0)
{
len = 1;
valaddr = &zero;
}
if (size != 0 && (options->format == 'x' || options->format == 't'))
{
/* Truncate to fit. */
unsigned newlen;
switch (size)
{
case 'b':
newlen = 1;
break;
case 'h':
newlen = 2;
break;
case 'w':
newlen = 4;
break;
case 'g':
newlen = 8;
break;
default:
error (_("Undefined output size \"%c\"."), size);
}
if (newlen < len && byte_order == BFD_ENDIAN_BIG)
valaddr += len - newlen;
len = newlen;
}
/* Historically gdb has printed floats by first casting them to a
long, and then printing the long. PR cli/16242 suggests changing
this to using C-style hex float format.
Biased range types and sub-word scalar types must also be handled
here; the value is correctly computed by unpack_long. */
gdb::byte_vector converted_bytes;
/* Some cases below will unpack the value again. In the biased
range case, we want to avoid this, so we store the unpacked value
here for possible use later. */
gdb::optional<LONGEST> val_long;
if (((type->code () == TYPE_CODE_FLT
|| is_fixed_point_type (type))
&& (options->format == 'o'
|| options->format == 'x'
|| options->format == 't'
|| options->format == 'z'
|| options->format == 'd'
|| options->format == 'u'))
|| (type->code () == TYPE_CODE_RANGE && type->bounds ()->bias != 0)
|| type->bit_size_differs_p ())
{
val_long.emplace (unpack_long (type, valaddr));
converted_bytes.resize (TYPE_LENGTH (type));
store_signed_integer (converted_bytes.data (), TYPE_LENGTH (type),
byte_order, *val_long);
valaddr = converted_bytes.data ();
}
/* Printing a non-float type as 'f' will interpret the data as if it were
of a floating-point type of the same length, if that exists. Otherwise,
the data is printed as integer. */
char format = options->format;
if (format == 'f' && type->code () != TYPE_CODE_FLT)
{
type = float_type_from_length (type);
if (type->code () != TYPE_CODE_FLT)
format = 0;
}
switch (format)
{
case 'o':
print_octal_chars (stream, valaddr, len, byte_order);
break;
case 'd':
print_decimal_chars (stream, valaddr, len, true, byte_order);
break;
case 'u':
print_decimal_chars (stream, valaddr, len, false, byte_order);
break;
case 0:
if (type->code () != TYPE_CODE_FLT)
{
print_decimal_chars (stream, valaddr, len, !type->is_unsigned (),
byte_order);
break;
}
/* FALLTHROUGH */
case 'f':
print_floating (valaddr, type, stream);
break;
case 't':
print_binary_chars (stream, valaddr, len, byte_order, size > 0);
break;
case 'x':
print_hex_chars (stream, valaddr, len, byte_order, size > 0);
break;
case 'z':
print_hex_chars (stream, valaddr, len, byte_order, true);
break;
case 'c':
{
struct value_print_options opts = *options;
if (!val_long.has_value ())
val_long.emplace (unpack_long (type, valaddr));
opts.format = 0;
if (type->is_unsigned ())
type = builtin_type (gdbarch)->builtin_true_unsigned_char;
else
type = builtin_type (gdbarch)->builtin_true_char;
value_print (value_from_longest (type, *val_long), stream, &opts);
}
break;
case 'a':
{
if (!val_long.has_value ())
val_long.emplace (unpack_long (type, valaddr));
print_address (gdbarch, *val_long, stream);
}
break;
default:
error (_("Undefined output format \"%c\"."), format);
}
}
/* Specify default address for `x' command.
The `info lines' command uses this. */
void
set_next_address (struct gdbarch *gdbarch, CORE_ADDR addr)
{
struct type *ptr_type = builtin_type (gdbarch)->builtin_data_ptr;
next_gdbarch = gdbarch;
next_address = addr;
/* Make address available to the user as $_. */
set_internalvar (lookup_internalvar ("_"),
value_from_pointer (ptr_type, addr));
}
/* Optionally print address ADDR symbolically as <SYMBOL+OFFSET> on STREAM,
after LEADIN. Print nothing if no symbolic name is found nearby.
Optionally also print source file and line number, if available.
DO_DEMANGLE controls whether to print a symbol in its native "raw" form,
or to interpret it as a possible C++ name and convert it back to source
form. However note that DO_DEMANGLE can be overridden by the specific
settings of the demangle and asm_demangle variables. Returns
non-zero if anything was printed; zero otherwise. */
int
print_address_symbolic (struct gdbarch *gdbarch, CORE_ADDR addr,
struct ui_file *stream,
int do_demangle, const char *leadin)
{
std::string name, filename;
int unmapped = 0;
int offset = 0;
int line = 0;
if (build_address_symbolic (gdbarch, addr, do_demangle, false, &name,
&offset, &filename, &line, &unmapped))
return 0;
fputs_filtered (leadin, stream);
if (unmapped)
fputs_filtered ("<*", stream);
else
fputs_filtered ("<", stream);
fputs_styled (name.c_str (), function_name_style.style (), stream);
if (offset != 0)
fprintf_filtered (stream, "%+d", offset);
/* Append source filename and line number if desired. Give specific
line # of this addr, if we have it; else line # of the nearest symbol. */
if (print_symbol_filename && !filename.empty ())
{
fputs_filtered (line == -1 ? " in " : " at ", stream);
fputs_styled (filename.c_str (), file_name_style.style (), stream);
if (line != -1)
fprintf_filtered (stream, ":%d", line);
}
if (unmapped)
fputs_filtered ("*>", stream);
else
fputs_filtered (">", stream);
return 1;
}
/* See valprint.h. */
int
build_address_symbolic (struct gdbarch *gdbarch,
CORE_ADDR addr, /* IN */
bool do_demangle, /* IN */
bool prefer_sym_over_minsym, /* IN */
std::string *name, /* OUT */
int *offset, /* OUT */
std::string *filename, /* OUT */
int *line, /* OUT */
int *unmapped) /* OUT */
{
struct bound_minimal_symbol msymbol;
struct symbol *symbol;
CORE_ADDR name_location = 0;
struct obj_section *section = NULL;
const char *name_temp = "";
/* Let's say it is mapped (not unmapped). */
*unmapped = 0;
/* Determine if the address is in an overlay, and whether it is
mapped. */
if (overlay_debugging)
{
section = find_pc_overlay (addr);
if (pc_in_unmapped_range (addr, section))
{
*unmapped = 1;
addr = overlay_mapped_address (addr, section);
}
}
/* Try to find the address in both the symbol table and the minsyms.
In most cases, we'll prefer to use the symbol instead of the
minsym. However, there are cases (see below) where we'll choose
to use the minsym instead. */
/* This is defective in the sense that it only finds text symbols. So
really this is kind of pointless--we should make sure that the
minimal symbols have everything we need (by changing that we could
save some memory, but for many debug format--ELF/DWARF or
anything/stabs--it would be inconvenient to eliminate those minimal
symbols anyway). */
msymbol = lookup_minimal_symbol_by_pc_section (addr, section);
symbol = find_pc_sect_function (addr, section);
if (symbol)
{
/* If this is a function (i.e. a code address), strip out any
non-address bits. For instance, display a pointer to the
first instruction of a Thumb function as <function>; the
second instruction will be <function+2>, even though the
pointer is <function+3>. This matches the ISA behavior. */
addr = gdbarch_addr_bits_remove (gdbarch, addr);
name_location = BLOCK_ENTRY_PC (SYMBOL_BLOCK_VALUE (symbol));
if (do_demangle || asm_demangle)
name_temp = symbol->print_name ();
else
name_temp = symbol->linkage_name ();
}
if (msymbol.minsym != NULL
&& MSYMBOL_HAS_SIZE (msymbol.minsym)
&& MSYMBOL_SIZE (msymbol.minsym) == 0
&& MSYMBOL_TYPE (msymbol.minsym) != mst_text
&& MSYMBOL_TYPE (msymbol.minsym) != mst_text_gnu_ifunc
&& MSYMBOL_TYPE (msymbol.minsym) != mst_file_text)
msymbol.minsym = NULL;
if (msymbol.minsym != NULL)
{
/* Use the minsym if no symbol is found.
Additionally, use the minsym instead of a (found) symbol if
the following conditions all hold:
1) The prefer_sym_over_minsym flag is false.
2) The minsym address is identical to that of the address under
consideration.
3) The symbol address is not identical to that of the address
under consideration. */
if (symbol == NULL ||
(!prefer_sym_over_minsym
&& BMSYMBOL_VALUE_ADDRESS (msymbol) == addr
&& name_location != addr))
{
/* If this is a function (i.e. a code address), strip out any
non-address bits. For instance, display a pointer to the
first instruction of a Thumb function as <function>; the
second instruction will be <function+2>, even though the
pointer is <function+3>. This matches the ISA behavior. */
if (MSYMBOL_TYPE (msymbol.minsym) == mst_text
|| MSYMBOL_TYPE (msymbol.minsym) == mst_text_gnu_ifunc
|| MSYMBOL_TYPE (msymbol.minsym) == mst_file_text
|| MSYMBOL_TYPE (msymbol.minsym) == mst_solib_trampoline)
addr = gdbarch_addr_bits_remove (gdbarch, addr);
symbol = 0;
name_location = BMSYMBOL_VALUE_ADDRESS (msymbol);
if (do_demangle || asm_demangle)
name_temp = msymbol.minsym->print_name ();
else
name_temp = msymbol.minsym->linkage_name ();
}
}
if (symbol == NULL && msymbol.minsym == NULL)
return 1;
/* If the nearest symbol is too far away, don't print anything symbolic. */
/* For when CORE_ADDR is larger than unsigned int, we do math in
CORE_ADDR. But when we detect unsigned wraparound in the
CORE_ADDR math, we ignore this test and print the offset,
because addr+max_symbolic_offset has wrapped through the end
of the address space back to the beginning, giving bogus comparison. */
if (addr > name_location + max_symbolic_offset
&& name_location + max_symbolic_offset > name_location)
return 1;
*offset = (LONGEST) addr - name_location;
*name = name_temp;
if (print_symbol_filename)
{
struct symtab_and_line sal;
sal = find_pc_sect_line (addr, section, 0);
if (sal.symtab)
{
*filename = symtab_to_filename_for_display (sal.symtab);
*line = sal.line;
}
}
return 0;
}
/* Print address ADDR symbolically on STREAM.
First print it as a number. Then perhaps print
<SYMBOL + OFFSET> after the number. */
void
print_address (struct gdbarch *gdbarch,
CORE_ADDR addr, struct ui_file *stream)
{
fputs_styled (paddress (gdbarch, addr), address_style.style (), stream);
print_address_symbolic (gdbarch, addr, stream, asm_demangle, " ");
}
/* Return a prefix for instruction address:
"=> " for current instruction, else " ". */
const char *
pc_prefix (CORE_ADDR addr)
{
if (has_stack_frames ())
{
struct frame_info *frame;
CORE_ADDR pc;
frame = get_selected_frame (NULL);
if (get_frame_pc_if_available (frame, &pc) && pc == addr)
return "=> ";
}
return " ";
}
/* Print address ADDR symbolically on STREAM. Parameter DEMANGLE
controls whether to print the symbolic name "raw" or demangled.
Return non-zero if anything was printed; zero otherwise. */
int
print_address_demangle (const struct value_print_options *opts,
struct gdbarch *gdbarch, CORE_ADDR addr,
struct ui_file *stream, int do_demangle)
{
if (opts->addressprint)
{
fputs_styled (paddress (gdbarch, addr), address_style.style (), stream);
print_address_symbolic (gdbarch, addr, stream, do_demangle, " ");
}
else
{
return print_address_symbolic (gdbarch, addr, stream, do_demangle, "");
}
return 1;
}
/* Find the address of the instruction that is INST_COUNT instructions before
the instruction at ADDR.
Since some architectures have variable-length instructions, we can't just
simply subtract INST_COUNT * INSN_LEN from ADDR. Instead, we use line
number information to locate the nearest known instruction boundary,
and disassemble forward from there. If we go out of the symbol range
during disassembling, we return the lowest address we've got so far and
set the number of instructions read to INST_READ. */
static CORE_ADDR
find_instruction_backward (struct gdbarch *gdbarch, CORE_ADDR addr,
int inst_count, int *inst_read)
{
/* The vector PCS is used to store instruction addresses within
a pc range. */
CORE_ADDR loop_start, loop_end, p;
std::vector<CORE_ADDR> pcs;
struct symtab_and_line sal;
*inst_read = 0;
loop_start = loop_end = addr;
/* In each iteration of the outer loop, we get a pc range that ends before
LOOP_START, then we count and store every instruction address of the range
iterated in the loop.
If the number of instructions counted reaches INST_COUNT, return the
stored address that is located INST_COUNT instructions back from ADDR.
If INST_COUNT is not reached, we subtract the number of counted
instructions from INST_COUNT, and go to the next iteration. */
do
{
pcs.clear ();
sal = find_pc_sect_line (loop_start, NULL, 1);
if (sal.line <= 0)
{
/* We reach here when line info is not available. In this case,
we print a message and just exit the loop. The return value
is calculated after the loop. */
printf_filtered (_("No line number information available "
"for address "));
wrap_here (" ");
print_address (gdbarch, loop_start - 1, gdb_stdout);
printf_filtered ("\n");
break;
}
loop_end = loop_start;
loop_start = sal.pc;
/* This loop pushes instruction addresses in the range from
LOOP_START to LOOP_END. */
for (p = loop_start; p < loop_end;)
{
pcs.push_back (p);
p += gdb_insn_length (gdbarch, p);
}
inst_count -= pcs.size ();
*inst_read += pcs.size ();
}
while (inst_count > 0);
/* After the loop, the vector PCS has instruction addresses of the last
source line we processed, and INST_COUNT has a negative value.
We return the address at the index of -INST_COUNT in the vector for
the reason below.
Let's assume the following instruction addresses and run 'x/-4i 0x400e'.
Line X of File
0x4000
0x4001
0x4005
Line Y of File
0x4009
0x400c
=> 0x400e
0x4011
find_instruction_backward is called with INST_COUNT = 4 and expected to
return 0x4001. When we reach here, INST_COUNT is set to -1 because
it was subtracted by 2 (from Line Y) and 3 (from Line X). The value
4001 is located at the index 1 of the last iterated line (= Line X),
which is simply calculated by -INST_COUNT.
The case when the length of PCS is 0 means that we reached an area for
which line info is not available. In such case, we return LOOP_START,
which was the lowest instruction address that had line info. */
p = pcs.size () > 0 ? pcs[-inst_count] : loop_start;
/* INST_READ includes all instruction addresses in a pc range. Need to
exclude the beginning part up to the address we're returning. That
is, exclude {0x4000} in the example above. */
if (inst_count < 0)
*inst_read += inst_count;
return p;
}
/* Backward read LEN bytes of target memory from address MEMADDR + LEN,
placing the results in GDB's memory from MYADDR + LEN. Returns
a count of the bytes actually read. */
static int
read_memory_backward (struct gdbarch *gdbarch,
CORE_ADDR memaddr, gdb_byte *myaddr, int len)
{
int errcode;
int nread; /* Number of bytes actually read. */
/* First try a complete read. */
errcode = target_read_memory (memaddr, myaddr, len);
if (errcode == 0)
{
/* Got it all. */
nread = len;
}
else
{
/* Loop, reading one byte at a time until we get as much as we can. */
memaddr += len;
myaddr += len;
for (nread = 0; nread < len; ++nread)
{
errcode = target_read_memory (--memaddr, --myaddr, 1);
if (errcode != 0)
{
/* The read was unsuccessful, so exit the loop. */
printf_filtered (_("Cannot access memory at address %s\n"),
paddress (gdbarch, memaddr));
break;
}
}
}
return nread;
}
/* Returns true if X (which is LEN bytes wide) is the number zero. */
static int
integer_is_zero (const gdb_byte *x, int len)
{
int i = 0;
while (i < len && x[i] == 0)
++i;
return (i == len);
}
/* Find the start address of a string in which ADDR is included.
Basically we search for '\0' and return the next address,
but if OPTIONS->PRINT_MAX is smaller than the length of a string,
we stop searching and return the address to print characters as many as
PRINT_MAX from the string. */
static CORE_ADDR
find_string_backward (struct gdbarch *gdbarch,
CORE_ADDR addr, int count, int char_size,
const struct value_print_options *options,
int *strings_counted)
{
const int chunk_size = 0x20;
int read_error = 0;
int chars_read = 0;
int chars_to_read = chunk_size;
int chars_counted = 0;
int count_original = count;
CORE_ADDR string_start_addr = addr;
gdb_assert (char_size == 1 || char_size == 2 || char_size == 4);
gdb::byte_vector buffer (chars_to_read * char_size);
while (count > 0 && read_error == 0)
{
int i;
addr -= chars_to_read * char_size;
chars_read = read_memory_backward (gdbarch, addr, buffer.data (),
chars_to_read * char_size);
chars_read /= char_size;
read_error = (chars_read == chars_to_read) ? 0 : 1;
/* Searching for '\0' from the end of buffer in backward direction. */
for (i = 0; i < chars_read && count > 0 ; ++i, ++chars_counted)
{
int offset = (chars_to_read - i - 1) * char_size;
if (integer_is_zero (&buffer[offset], char_size)
|| chars_counted == options->print_max)
{
/* Found '\0' or reached print_max. As OFFSET is the offset to
'\0', we add CHAR_SIZE to return the start address of
a string. */
--count;
string_start_addr = addr + offset + char_size;
chars_counted = 0;
}
}
}
/* Update STRINGS_COUNTED with the actual number of loaded strings. */
*strings_counted = count_original - count;
if (read_error != 0)
{
/* In error case, STRING_START_ADDR is pointing to the string that
was last successfully loaded. Rewind the partially loaded string. */
string_start_addr -= chars_counted * char_size;
}
return string_start_addr;
}
/* Examine data at address ADDR in format FMT.
Fetch it from memory and print on gdb_stdout. */
static void
do_examine (struct format_data fmt, struct gdbarch *gdbarch, CORE_ADDR addr)
{
char format = 0;
char size;
int count = 1;
struct type *val_type = NULL;
int i;
int maxelts;
struct value_print_options opts;
int need_to_update_next_address = 0;
CORE_ADDR addr_rewound = 0;
format = fmt.format;
size = fmt.size;
count = fmt.count;
next_gdbarch = gdbarch;
next_address = addr;
/* Instruction format implies fetch single bytes
regardless of the specified size.
The case of strings is handled in decode_format, only explicit
size operator are not changed to 'b'. */
if (format == 'i')
size = 'b';
if (size == 'a')
{
/* Pick the appropriate size for an address. */
if (gdbarch_ptr_bit (next_gdbarch) == 64)
size = 'g';
else if (gdbarch_ptr_bit (next_gdbarch) == 32)
size = 'w';
else if (gdbarch_ptr_bit (next_gdbarch) == 16)
size = 'h';
else
/* Bad value for gdbarch_ptr_bit. */
internal_error (__FILE__, __LINE__,
_("failed internal consistency check"));
}
if (size == 'b')
val_type = builtin_type (next_gdbarch)->builtin_int8;
else if (size == 'h')
val_type = builtin_type (next_gdbarch)->builtin_int16;
else if (size == 'w')
val_type = builtin_type (next_gdbarch)->builtin_int32;
else if (size == 'g')
val_type = builtin_type (next_gdbarch)->builtin_int64;
if (format == 's')
{
struct type *char_type = NULL;
/* Search for "char16_t" or "char32_t" types or fall back to 8-bit char
if type is not found. */
if (size == 'h')
char_type = builtin_type (next_gdbarch)->builtin_char16;
else if (size == 'w')
char_type = builtin_type (next_gdbarch)->builtin_char32;
if (char_type)
val_type = char_type;
else
{
if (size != '\0' && size != 'b')
warning (_("Unable to display strings with "
"size '%c', using 'b' instead."), size);
size = 'b';
val_type = builtin_type (next_gdbarch)->builtin_int8;
}
}
maxelts = 8;
if (size == 'w')
maxelts = 4;
if (size == 'g')
maxelts = 2;
if (format == 's' || format == 'i')
maxelts = 1;
get_formatted_print_options (&opts, format);
if (count < 0)
{
/* This is the negative repeat count case.
We rewind the address based on the given repeat count and format,
then examine memory from there in forward direction. */
count = -count;
if (format == 'i')
{
next_address = find_instruction_backward (gdbarch, addr, count,
&count);
}
else if (format == 's')
{
next_address = find_string_backward (gdbarch, addr, count,
TYPE_LENGTH (val_type),
&opts, &count);
}
else
{
next_address = addr - count * TYPE_LENGTH (val_type);
}
/* The following call to print_formatted updates next_address in every
iteration. In backward case, we store the start address here
and update next_address with it before exiting the function. */
addr_rewound = (format == 's'
? next_address - TYPE_LENGTH (val_type)
: next_address);
need_to_update_next_address = 1;
}
/* Whether we need to print the memory tag information for the current
address range. */
bool print_range_tag = true;
uint32_t gsize = gdbarch_memtag_granule_size (gdbarch);
/* Print as many objects as specified in COUNT, at most maxelts per line,
with the address of the next one at the start of each line. */
while (count > 0)
{
QUIT;
CORE_ADDR tag_laddr = 0, tag_haddr = 0;
/* Print the memory tag information if requested. */
if (fmt.print_tags && print_range_tag
&& target_supports_memory_tagging ())
{
tag_laddr = align_down (next_address, gsize);
tag_haddr = align_down (next_address + gsize, gsize);
struct value *v_addr
= value_from_ulongest (builtin_type (gdbarch)->builtin_data_ptr,
tag_laddr);
if (gdbarch_tagged_address_p (target_gdbarch (), v_addr))
{
/* Fetch the allocation tag. */
struct value *tag
= gdbarch_get_memtag (gdbarch, v_addr, memtag_type::allocation);
std::string atag
= gdbarch_memtag_to_string (gdbarch, tag);
if (!atag.empty ())
{
printf_filtered (_("<Allocation Tag %s for range [%s,%s)>\n"),
atag.c_str (),
paddress (gdbarch, tag_laddr),
paddress (gdbarch, tag_haddr));
}
}
print_range_tag = false;
}
if (format == 'i')
fputs_filtered (pc_prefix (next_address), gdb_stdout);
print_address (next_gdbarch, next_address, gdb_stdout);
printf_filtered (":");
for (i = maxelts;
i > 0 && count > 0;
i--, count--)
{
printf_filtered ("\t");
/* Note that print_formatted sets next_address for the next
object. */
last_examine_address = next_address;
/* The value to be displayed is not fetched greedily.
Instead, to avoid the possibility of a fetched value not
being used, its retrieval is delayed until the print code
uses it. When examining an instruction stream, the
disassembler will perform its own memory fetch using just
the address stored in LAST_EXAMINE_VALUE. FIXME: Should
the disassembler be modified so that LAST_EXAMINE_VALUE
is left with the byte sequence from the last complete
instruction fetched from memory? */
last_examine_value
= release_value (value_at_lazy (val_type, next_address));
print_formatted (last_examine_value.get (), size, &opts, gdb_stdout);
/* Display any branch delay slots following the final insn. */
if (format == 'i' && count == 1)
count += branch_delay_insns;
/* Update the tag range based on the current address being
processed. */
if (tag_haddr <= next_address)
print_range_tag = true;
}
printf_filtered ("\n");
}
if (need_to_update_next_address)
next_address = addr_rewound;
}
static void
validate_format (struct format_data fmt, const char *cmdname)
{
if (fmt.size != 0)
error (_("Size letters are meaningless in \"%s\" command."), cmdname);
if (fmt.count != 1)
error (_("Item count other than 1 is meaningless in \"%s\" command."),
cmdname);
if (fmt.format == 'i')
error (_("Format letter \"%c\" is meaningless in \"%s\" command."),
fmt.format, cmdname);
}
/* Parse print command format string into *OPTS and update *EXPP.
CMDNAME should name the current command. */
void
print_command_parse_format (const char **expp, const char *cmdname,
value_print_options *opts)
{
const char *exp = *expp;
/* opts->raw value might already have been set by 'set print raw-values'
or by using 'print -raw-values'.
So, do not set opts->raw to 0, only set it to 1 if /r is given. */
if (exp && *exp == '/')
{
format_data fmt;
exp++;
fmt = decode_format (&exp, last_format, 0);
validate_format (fmt, cmdname);
last_format = fmt.format;
opts->format = fmt.format;
opts->raw = opts->raw || fmt.raw;
}
else
{
opts->format = 0;
}
*expp = exp;
}
/* See valprint.h. */
void
print_value (value *val, const value_print_options &opts)
{
int histindex = record_latest_value (val);
annotate_value_history_begin (histindex, value_type (val));
printf_filtered ("$%d = ", histindex);
annotate_value_history_value ();
print_formatted (val, 0, &opts, gdb_stdout);
printf_filtered ("\n");
annotate_value_history_end ();
}
/* Returns true if memory tags should be validated. False otherwise. */
static bool
should_validate_memtags (struct value *value)
{
gdb_assert (value != nullptr && value_type (value) != nullptr);
if (!target_supports_memory_tagging ())
return false;
enum type_code code = value_type (value)->code ();
/* Skip non-address values. */
if (code != TYPE_CODE_PTR
&& !TYPE_IS_REFERENCE (value_type (value)))
return false;
/* OK, we have an address value. Check we have a complete value we
can extract. */
if (value_optimized_out (value)
|| !value_entirely_available (value))
return false;
/* We do. Check whether it includes any tags. */
return gdbarch_tagged_address_p (target_gdbarch (), value);
}
/* Helper for parsing arguments for print_command_1. */
static struct value *
process_print_command_args (const char *args, value_print_options *print_opts,
bool voidprint)
{
get_user_print_options (print_opts);
/* Override global settings with explicit options, if any. */
auto group = make_value_print_options_def_group (print_opts);
gdb::option::process_options
(&args, gdb::option::PROCESS_OPTIONS_REQUIRE_DELIMITER, group);
print_command_parse_format (&args, "print", print_opts);
const char *exp = args;
if (exp != nullptr && *exp)
{
/* VOIDPRINT is true to indicate that we do want to print a void
value, so invert it for parse_expression. */
expression_up expr = parse_expression (exp, nullptr, !voidprint);
return evaluate_expression (expr.get ());
}
return access_value_history (0);
}
/* Implementation of the "print" and "call" commands. */
static void
print_command_1 (const char *args, int voidprint)
{
value_print_options print_opts;
struct value *val = process_print_command_args (args, &print_opts, voidprint);
if (voidprint || (val && value_type (val) &&
value_type (val)->code () != TYPE_CODE_VOID))
{
/* If memory tagging validation is on, check if the tag is valid. */
if (print_opts.memory_tag_violations)
{
try
{
if (should_validate_memtags (val)
&& !gdbarch_memtag_matches_p (target_gdbarch (), val))
{
/* Fetch the logical tag. */
struct value *tag
= gdbarch_get_memtag (target_gdbarch (), val,
memtag_type::logical);
std::string ltag
= gdbarch_memtag_to_string (target_gdbarch (), tag);
/* Fetch the allocation tag. */
tag = gdbarch_get_memtag (target_gdbarch (), val,
memtag_type::allocation);
std::string atag
= gdbarch_memtag_to_string (target_gdbarch (), tag);
printf_filtered (_("Logical tag (%s) does not match the "
"allocation tag (%s).\n"),
ltag.c_str (), atag.c_str ());
}
}
catch (gdb_exception_error &ex)
{
if (ex.error == TARGET_CLOSE_ERROR)
throw;
fprintf_filtered (gdb_stderr,
_("Could not validate memory tag: %s\n"),
ex.message->c_str ());
}
}
print_value (val, print_opts);
}
}
/* Called from command completion function to skip over /FMT
specifications, allowing the rest of the line to be completed. Returns
true if the /FMT is at the end of the current line and there is nothing
left to complete, otherwise false is returned.
In either case *ARGS can be updated to point after any part of /FMT that
is present.
This function is designed so that trying to complete '/' will offer no
completions, the user needs to insert the format specification
themselves. Trying to complete '/FMT' (where FMT is any non-empty set
of alpha-numeric characters) will cause readline to insert a single
space, setting the user up to enter the expression. */
static bool
skip_over_slash_fmt (completion_tracker &tracker, const char **args)
{
const char *text = *args;
if (text[0] == '/')
{
bool in_fmt;
tracker.set_use_custom_word_point (true);
if (text[1] == '\0')
{
/* The user tried to complete after typing just the '/' character
of the /FMT string. Step the completer past the '/', but we
don't offer any completions. */
in_fmt = true;
++text;
}
else
{
/* The user has typed some characters after the '/', we assume
this is a complete /FMT string, first skip over it. */
text = skip_to_space (text);
if (*text == '\0')
{
/* We're at the end of the input string. The user has typed
'/FMT' and asked for a completion. Push an empty
completion string, this will cause readline to insert a
space so the user now has '/FMT '. */
in_fmt = true;
tracker.add_completion (make_unique_xstrdup (text));
}
else
{
/* The user has already typed things after the /FMT, skip the
whitespace and return false. Whoever called this function
should then try to complete what comes next. */
in_fmt = false;
text = skip_spaces (text);
}
}
tracker.advance_custom_word_point_by (text - *args);
*args = text;
return in_fmt;
}
return false;
}
/* See valprint.h. */
void
print_command_completer (struct cmd_list_element *ignore,
completion_tracker &tracker,
const char *text, const char * /*word*/)
{
const auto group = make_value_print_options_def_group (nullptr);
if (gdb::option::complete_options
(tracker, &text, gdb::option::PROCESS_OPTIONS_REQUIRE_DELIMITER, group))
return;
if (skip_over_slash_fmt (tracker, &text))
return;
const char *word = advance_to_expression_complete_word_point (tracker, text);
expression_completer (ignore, tracker, text, word);
}
static void
print_command (const char *exp, int from_tty)
{
print_command_1 (exp, true);
}
/* Same as print, except it doesn't print void results. */
static void
call_command (const char *exp, int from_tty)
{
print_command_1 (exp, false);
}
/* Implementation of the "output" command. */
void
output_command (const char *exp, int from_tty)
{
char format = 0;
struct value *val;
struct format_data fmt;
struct value_print_options opts;
fmt.size = 0;
fmt.raw = 0;
if (exp && *exp == '/')
{
exp++;
fmt = decode_format (&exp, 0, 0);
validate_format (fmt, "output");
format = fmt.format;
}
expression_up expr = parse_expression (exp);
val = evaluate_expression (expr.get ());
annotate_value_begin (value_type (val));
get_formatted_print_options (&opts, format);
opts.raw = fmt.raw;
print_formatted (val, fmt.size, &opts, gdb_stdout);
annotate_value_end ();
wrap_here ("");
gdb_flush (gdb_stdout);
}
static void
set_command (const char *exp, int from_tty)
{
expression_up expr = parse_expression (exp);
switch (expr->op->opcode ())
{
case UNOP_PREINCREMENT:
case UNOP_POSTINCREMENT:
case UNOP_PREDECREMENT:
case UNOP_POSTDECREMENT:
case BINOP_ASSIGN:
case BINOP_ASSIGN_MODIFY:
case BINOP_COMMA:
break;
default:
warning
(_("Expression is not an assignment (and might have no effect)"));
}
evaluate_expression (expr.get ());
}
static void
info_symbol_command (const char *arg, int from_tty)
{
struct minimal_symbol *msymbol;
struct obj_section *osect;
CORE_ADDR addr, sect_addr;
int matches = 0;
unsigned int offset;
if (!arg)
error_no_arg (_("address"));
addr = parse_and_eval_address (arg);
for (objfile *objfile : current_program_space->objfiles ())
ALL_OBJFILE_OSECTIONS (objfile, osect)
{
/* Only process each object file once, even if there's a separate
debug file. */
if (objfile->separate_debug_objfile_backlink)
continue;
sect_addr = overlay_mapped_address (addr, osect);
if (osect->addr () <= sect_addr && sect_addr < osect->endaddr ()
&& (msymbol
= lookup_minimal_symbol_by_pc_section (sect_addr,
osect).minsym))
{
const char *obj_name, *mapped, *sec_name, *msym_name;
const char *loc_string;
matches = 1;
offset = sect_addr - MSYMBOL_VALUE_ADDRESS (objfile, msymbol);
mapped = section_is_mapped (osect) ? _("mapped") : _("unmapped");
sec_name = osect->the_bfd_section->name;
msym_name = msymbol->print_name ();
/* Don't print the offset if it is zero.
We assume there's no need to handle i18n of "sym + offset". */
std::string string_holder;
if (offset)
{
string_holder = string_printf ("%s + %u", msym_name, offset);
loc_string = string_holder.c_str ();
}
else
loc_string = msym_name;
gdb_assert (osect->objfile && objfile_name (osect->objfile));
obj_name = objfile_name (osect->objfile);
if (current_program_space->multi_objfile_p ())
if (pc_in_unmapped_range (addr, osect))
if (section_is_overlay (osect))
printf_filtered (_("%s in load address range of "
"%s overlay section %s of %s\n"),
loc_string, mapped, sec_name, obj_name);
else
printf_filtered (_("%s in load address range of "
"section %s of %s\n"),
loc_string, sec_name, obj_name);
else
if (section_is_overlay (osect))
printf_filtered (_("%s in %s overlay section %s of %s\n"),
loc_string, mapped, sec_name, obj_name);
else
printf_filtered (_("%s in section %s of %s\n"),
loc_string, sec_name, obj_name);
else
if (pc_in_unmapped_range (addr, osect))
if (section_is_overlay (osect))
printf_filtered (_("%s in load address range of %s overlay "
"section %s\n"),
loc_string, mapped, sec_name);
else
printf_filtered
(_("%s in load address range of section %s\n"),
loc_string, sec_name);
else
if (section_is_overlay (osect))
printf_filtered (_("%s in %s overlay section %s\n"),
loc_string, mapped, sec_name);
else
printf_filtered (_("%s in section %s\n"),
loc_string, sec_name);
}
}
if (matches == 0)
printf_filtered (_("No symbol matches %s.\n"), arg);
}
static void
info_address_command (const char *exp, int from_tty)
{
struct gdbarch *gdbarch;
int regno;
struct symbol *sym;
struct bound_minimal_symbol msymbol;
long val;
struct obj_section *section;
CORE_ADDR load_addr, context_pc = 0;
struct field_of_this_result is_a_field_of_this;
if (exp == 0)
error (_("Argument required."));
sym = lookup_symbol (exp, get_selected_block (&context_pc), VAR_DOMAIN,
&is_a_field_of_this).symbol;
if (sym == NULL)
{
if (is_a_field_of_this.type != NULL)
{
printf_filtered ("Symbol \"");
fprintf_symbol_filtered (gdb_stdout, exp,
current_language->la_language, DMGL_ANSI);
printf_filtered ("\" is a field of the local class variable ");
if (current_language->la_language == language_objc)
printf_filtered ("`self'\n"); /* ObjC equivalent of "this" */
else
printf_filtered ("`this'\n");
return;
}
msymbol = lookup_bound_minimal_symbol (exp);
if (msymbol.minsym != NULL)
{
struct objfile *objfile = msymbol.objfile;
gdbarch = objfile->arch ();
load_addr = BMSYMBOL_VALUE_ADDRESS (msymbol);
printf_filtered ("Symbol \"");
fprintf_symbol_filtered (gdb_stdout, exp,
current_language->la_language, DMGL_ANSI);
printf_filtered ("\" is at ");
fputs_styled (paddress (gdbarch, load_addr), address_style.style (),
gdb_stdout);
printf_filtered (" in a file compiled without debugging");
section = msymbol.minsym->obj_section (objfile);
if (section_is_overlay (section))
{
load_addr = overlay_unmapped_address (load_addr, section);
printf_filtered (",\n -- loaded at ");
fputs_styled (paddress (gdbarch, load_addr),
address_style.style (),
gdb_stdout);
printf_filtered (" in overlay section %s",
section->the_bfd_section->name);
}
printf_filtered (".\n");
}
else
error (_("No symbol \"%s\" in current context."), exp);
return;
}
printf_filtered ("Symbol \"");
fputs_filtered (sym->print_name (), gdb_stdout);
printf_filtered ("\" is ");
val = SYMBOL_VALUE (sym);
if (SYMBOL_OBJFILE_OWNED (sym))
section = sym->obj_section (symbol_objfile (sym));
else
section = NULL;
gdbarch = symbol_arch (sym);
if (SYMBOL_COMPUTED_OPS (sym) != NULL)
{
SYMBOL_COMPUTED_OPS (sym)->describe_location (sym, context_pc,
gdb_stdout);
printf_filtered (".\n");
return;
}
switch (SYMBOL_CLASS (sym))
{
case LOC_CONST:
case LOC_CONST_BYTES:
printf_filtered ("constant");
break;
case LOC_LABEL:
printf_filtered ("a label at address ");
load_addr = SYMBOL_VALUE_ADDRESS (sym);
fputs_styled (paddress (gdbarch, load_addr), address_style.style (),
gdb_stdout);
if (section_is_overlay (section))
{
load_addr = overlay_unmapped_address (load_addr, section);
printf_filtered (",\n -- loaded at ");
fputs_styled (paddress (gdbarch, load_addr), address_style.style (),
gdb_stdout);
printf_filtered (" in overlay section %s",
section->the_bfd_section->name);
}
break;
case LOC_COMPUTED:
gdb_assert_not_reached (_("LOC_COMPUTED variable missing a method"));
case LOC_REGISTER:
/* GDBARCH is the architecture associated with the objfile the symbol
is defined in; the target architecture may be different, and may
provide additional registers. However, we do not know the target
architecture at this point. We assume the objfile architecture
will contain all the standard registers that occur in debug info
in that objfile. */
regno = SYMBOL_REGISTER_OPS (sym)->register_number (sym, gdbarch);
if (SYMBOL_IS_ARGUMENT (sym))
printf_filtered (_("an argument in register %s"),
gdbarch_register_name (gdbarch, regno));
else
printf_filtered (_("a variable in register %s"),
gdbarch_register_name (gdbarch, regno));
break;
case LOC_STATIC:
printf_filtered (_("static storage at address "));
load_addr = SYMBOL_VALUE_ADDRESS (sym);
fputs_styled (paddress (gdbarch, load_addr), address_style.style (),
gdb_stdout);
if (section_is_overlay (section))
{
load_addr = overlay_unmapped_address (load_addr, section);
printf_filtered (_(",\n -- loaded at "));
fputs_styled (paddress (gdbarch, load_addr), address_style.style (),
gdb_stdout);
printf_filtered (_(" in overlay section %s"),
section->the_bfd_section->name);
}
break;
case LOC_REGPARM_ADDR:
/* Note comment at LOC_REGISTER. */
regno = SYMBOL_REGISTER_OPS (sym)->register_number (sym, gdbarch);
printf_filtered (_("address of an argument in register %s"),
gdbarch_register_name (gdbarch, regno));
break;
case LOC_ARG:
printf_filtered (_("an argument at offset %ld"), val);
break;
case LOC_LOCAL:
printf_filtered (_("a local variable at frame offset %ld"), val);
break;
case LOC_REF_ARG:
printf_filtered (_("a reference argument at offset %ld"), val);
break;
case LOC_TYPEDEF:
printf_filtered (_("a typedef"));
break;
case LOC_BLOCK:
printf_filtered (_("a function at address "));
load_addr = BLOCK_ENTRY_PC (SYMBOL_BLOCK_VALUE (sym));
fputs_styled (paddress (gdbarch, load_addr), address_style.style (),
gdb_stdout);
if (section_is_overlay (section))
{
load_addr = overlay_unmapped_address (load_addr, section);
printf_filtered (_(",\n -- loaded at "));
fputs_styled (paddress (gdbarch, load_addr), address_style.style (),
gdb_stdout);
printf_filtered (_(" in overlay section %s"),
section->the_bfd_section->name);
}
break;
case LOC_UNRESOLVED:
{
struct bound_minimal_symbol msym;
msym = lookup_bound_minimal_symbol (sym->linkage_name ());
if (msym.minsym == NULL)
printf_filtered ("unresolved");
else
{
section = msym.obj_section ();
if (section
&& (section->the_bfd_section->flags & SEC_THREAD_LOCAL) != 0)
{
load_addr = MSYMBOL_VALUE_RAW_ADDRESS (msym.minsym);
printf_filtered (_("a thread-local variable at offset %s "
"in the thread-local storage for `%s'"),
paddress (gdbarch, load_addr),
objfile_name (section->objfile));
}
else
{
load_addr = BMSYMBOL_VALUE_ADDRESS (msym);
printf_filtered (_("static storage at address "));
fputs_styled (paddress (gdbarch, load_addr),
address_style.style (), gdb_stdout);
if (section_is_overlay (section))
{
load_addr = overlay_unmapped_address (load_addr, section);
printf_filtered (_(",\n -- loaded at "));
fputs_styled (paddress (gdbarch, load_addr),
address_style.style (),
gdb_stdout);
printf_filtered (_(" in overlay section %s"),
section->the_bfd_section->name);
}
}
}
}
break;
case LOC_OPTIMIZED_OUT:
printf_filtered (_("optimized out"));
break;
default:
printf_filtered (_("of unknown (botched) type"));
break;
}
printf_filtered (".\n");
}
static void
x_command (const char *exp, int from_tty)
{
struct format_data fmt;
struct value *val;
fmt.format = last_format ? last_format : 'x';
fmt.print_tags = last_print_tags;
fmt.size = last_size;
fmt.count = 1;
fmt.raw = 0;
/* If there is no expression and no format, use the most recent
count. */
if (exp == nullptr && last_count > 0)
fmt.count = last_count;
if (exp && *exp == '/')
{
const char *tmp = exp + 1;
fmt = decode_format (&tmp, last_format, last_size);
exp = (char *) tmp;
}
last_count = fmt.count;
/* If we have an expression, evaluate it and use it as the address. */
if (exp != 0 && *exp != 0)
{
expression_up expr = parse_expression (exp);
/* Cause expression not to be there any more if this command is
repeated with Newline. But don't clobber a user-defined
command's definition. */
if (from_tty)
set_repeat_arguments ("");
val = evaluate_expression (expr.get ());
if (TYPE_IS_REFERENCE (value_type (val)))
val = coerce_ref (val);
/* In rvalue contexts, such as this, functions are coerced into
pointers to functions. This makes "x/i main" work. */
if (value_type (val)->code () == TYPE_CODE_FUNC
&& VALUE_LVAL (val) == lval_memory)
next_address = value_address (val);
else
next_address = value_as_address (val);
next_gdbarch = expr->gdbarch;
}
if (!next_gdbarch)
error_no_arg (_("starting display address"));
do_examine (fmt, next_gdbarch, next_address);
/* If the examine succeeds, we remember its size and format for next
time. Set last_size to 'b' for strings. */
if (fmt.format == 's')
last_size = 'b';
else
last_size = fmt.size;
last_format = fmt.format;
/* Remember tag-printing setting. */
last_print_tags = fmt.print_tags;
/* Set a couple of internal variables if appropriate. */
if (last_examine_value != nullptr)
{
/* Make last address examined available to the user as $_. Use
the correct pointer type. */
struct type *pointer_type
= lookup_pointer_type (value_type (last_examine_value.get ()));
set_internalvar (lookup_internalvar ("_"),
value_from_pointer (pointer_type,
last_examine_address));
/* Make contents of last address examined available to the user
as $__. If the last value has not been fetched from memory
then don't fetch it now; instead mark it by voiding the $__
variable. */
if (value_lazy (last_examine_value.get ()))
clear_internalvar (lookup_internalvar ("__"));
else
set_internalvar (lookup_internalvar ("__"), last_examine_value.get ());
}
}
/* Command completion for the 'display' and 'x' commands. */
static void
display_and_x_command_completer (struct cmd_list_element *ignore,
completion_tracker &tracker,
const char *text, const char * /*word*/)
{
if (skip_over_slash_fmt (tracker, &text))
return;
const char *word = advance_to_expression_complete_word_point (tracker, text);
expression_completer (ignore, tracker, text, word);
}
/* Add an expression to the auto-display chain.
Specify the expression. */
static void
display_command (const char *arg, int from_tty)
{
struct format_data fmt;
struct display *newobj;
const char *exp = arg;
if (exp == 0)
{
do_displays ();
return;
}
if (*exp == '/')
{
exp++;
fmt = decode_format (&exp, 0, 0);
if (fmt.size && fmt.format == 0)
fmt.format = 'x';
if (fmt.format == 'i' || fmt.format == 's')
fmt.size = 'b';
}
else
{
fmt.format = 0;
fmt.size = 0;
fmt.count = 0;
fmt.raw = 0;
}
innermost_block_tracker tracker;
expression_up expr = parse_expression (exp, &tracker);
newobj = new display (exp, std::move (expr), fmt,
current_program_space, tracker.block ());
all_displays.emplace_back (newobj);
if (from_tty)
do_one_display (newobj);
dont_repeat ();
}
/* Clear out the display_chain. Done when new symtabs are loaded,
since this invalidates the types stored in many expressions. */
void
clear_displays ()
{
all_displays.clear ();
}
/* Delete the auto-display DISPLAY. */
static void
delete_display (struct display *display)
{
gdb_assert (display != NULL);
auto iter = std::find_if (all_displays.begin (),
all_displays.end (),
[=] (const std::unique_ptr<struct display> &item)
{
return item.get () == display;
});
gdb_assert (iter != all_displays.end ());
all_displays.erase (iter);
}
/* Call FUNCTION on each of the displays whose numbers are given in
ARGS. DATA is passed unmodified to FUNCTION. */
static void
map_display_numbers (const char *args,
gdb::function_view<void (struct display *)> function)
{
int num;
if (args == NULL)
error_no_arg (_("one or more display numbers"));
number_or_range_parser parser (args);
while (!parser.finished ())
{
const char *p = parser.cur_tok ();
num = parser.get_number ();
if (num == 0)
warning (_("bad display number at or near '%s'"), p);
else
{
auto iter = std::find_if (all_displays.begin (),
all_displays.end (),
[=] (const std::unique_ptr<display> &item)
{
return item->number == num;
});
if (iter == all_displays.end ())
printf_unfiltered (_("No display number %d.\n"), num);
else
function (iter->get ());
}
}
}
/* "undisplay" command. */
static void
undisplay_command (const char *args, int from_tty)
{
if (args == NULL)
{
if (query (_("Delete all auto-display expressions? ")))
clear_displays ();
dont_repeat ();
return;
}
map_display_numbers (args, delete_display);
dont_repeat ();
}
/* Display a single auto-display.
Do nothing if the display cannot be printed in the current context,
or if the display is disabled. */
static void
do_one_display (struct display *d)
{
int within_current_scope;
if (!d->enabled_p)
return;
/* The expression carries the architecture that was used at parse time.
This is a problem if the expression depends on architecture features
(e.g. register numbers), and the current architecture is now different.
For example, a display statement like "display/i $pc" is expected to
display the PC register of the current architecture, not the arch at
the time the display command was given. Therefore, we re-parse the
expression if the current architecture has changed. */
if (d->exp != NULL && d->exp->gdbarch != get_current_arch ())
{
d->exp.reset ();
d->block = NULL;
}
if (d->exp == NULL)
{
try
{
innermost_block_tracker tracker;
d->exp = parse_expression (d->exp_string.c_str (), &tracker);
d->block = tracker.block ();
}
catch (const gdb_exception &ex)
{
/* Can't re-parse the expression. Disable this display item. */
d->enabled_p = false;
warning (_("Unable to display \"%s\": %s"),
d->exp_string.c_str (), ex.what ());
return;
}
}
if (d->block)
{
if (d->pspace == current_program_space)
within_current_scope = contained_in (get_selected_block (0), d->block,
true);
else
within_current_scope = 0;
}
else
within_current_scope = 1;
if (!within_current_scope)
return;
scoped_restore save_display_number
= make_scoped_restore (&current_display_number, d->number);
annotate_display_begin ();
printf_filtered ("%d", d->number);
annotate_display_number_end ();
printf_filtered (": ");
if (d->format.size)
{
annotate_display_format ();
printf_filtered ("x/");
if (d->format.count != 1)
printf_filtered ("%d", d->format.count);
printf_filtered ("%c", d->format.format);
if (d->format.format != 'i' && d->format.format != 's')
printf_filtered ("%c", d->format.size);
printf_filtered (" ");
annotate_display_expression ();
puts_filtered (d->exp_string.c_str ());
annotate_display_expression_end ();
if (d->format.count != 1 || d->format.format == 'i')
printf_filtered ("\n");
else
printf_filtered (" ");
annotate_display_value ();
try
{
struct value *val;
CORE_ADDR addr;
val = evaluate_expression (d->exp.get ());
addr = value_as_address (val);
if (d->format.format == 'i')
addr = gdbarch_addr_bits_remove (d->exp->gdbarch, addr);
do_examine (d->format, d->exp->gdbarch, addr);
}
catch (const gdb_exception_error &ex)
{
fprintf_filtered (gdb_stdout, _("%p[<error: %s>%p]\n"),
metadata_style.style ().ptr (), ex.what (),
nullptr);
}
}
else
{
struct value_print_options opts;
annotate_display_format ();
if (d->format.format)
printf_filtered ("/%c ", d->format.format);
annotate_display_expression ();
puts_filtered (d->exp_string.c_str ());
annotate_display_expression_end ();
printf_filtered (" = ");
annotate_display_expression ();
get_formatted_print_options (&opts, d->format.format);
opts.raw = d->format.raw;
try
{
struct value *val;
val = evaluate_expression (d->exp.get ());
print_formatted (val, d->format.size, &opts, gdb_stdout);
}
catch (const gdb_exception_error &ex)
{
fprintf_styled (gdb_stdout, metadata_style.style (),
_("<error: %s>"), ex.what ());
}
printf_filtered ("\n");
}
annotate_display_end ();
gdb_flush (gdb_stdout);
}
/* Display all of the values on the auto-display chain which can be
evaluated in the current scope. */
void
do_displays (void)
{
for (auto &d : all_displays)
do_one_display (d.get ());
}
/* Delete the auto-display which we were in the process of displaying.
This is done when there is an error or a signal. */
void
disable_display (int num)
{
for (auto &d : all_displays)
if (d->number == num)
{
d->enabled_p = false;
return;
}
printf_unfiltered (_("No display number %d.\n"), num);
}
void
disable_current_display (void)
{
if (current_display_number >= 0)
{
disable_display (current_display_number);
fprintf_unfiltered (gdb_stderr,
_("Disabling display %d to "
"avoid infinite recursion.\n"),
current_display_number);
}
current_display_number = -1;
}
static void
info_display_command (const char *ignore, int from_tty)
{
if (all_displays.empty ())
printf_unfiltered (_("There are no auto-display expressions now.\n"));
else
printf_filtered (_("Auto-display expressions now in effect:\n\
Num Enb Expression\n"));
for (auto &d : all_displays)
{
printf_filtered ("%d: %c ", d->number, "ny"[(int) d->enabled_p]);
if (d->format.size)
printf_filtered ("/%d%c%c ", d->format.count, d->format.size,
d->format.format);
else if (d->format.format)
printf_filtered ("/%c ", d->format.format);
puts_filtered (d->exp_string.c_str ());
if (d->block && !contained_in (get_selected_block (0), d->block, true))
printf_filtered (_(" (cannot be evaluated in the current context)"));
printf_filtered ("\n");
}
}
/* Implementation of both the "disable display" and "enable display"
commands. ENABLE decides what to do. */
static void
enable_disable_display_command (const char *args, int from_tty, bool enable)
{
if (args == NULL)
{
for (auto &d : all_displays)
d->enabled_p = enable;
return;
}
map_display_numbers (args,
[=] (struct display *d)
{
d->enabled_p = enable;
});
}
/* The "enable display" command. */
static void
enable_display_command (const char *args, int from_tty)
{
enable_disable_display_command (args, from_tty, true);
}
/* The "disable display" command. */
static void
disable_display_command (const char *args, int from_tty)
{
enable_disable_display_command (args, from_tty, false);
}
/* display_chain items point to blocks and expressions. Some expressions in
turn may point to symbols.
Both symbols and blocks are obstack_alloc'd on objfile_stack, and are
obstack_free'd when a shared library is unloaded.
Clear pointers that are about to become dangling.
Both .exp and .block fields will be restored next time we need to display
an item by re-parsing .exp_string field in the new execution context. */
static void
clear_dangling_display_expressions (struct objfile *objfile)
{
struct program_space *pspace;
/* With no symbol file we cannot have a block or expression from it. */
if (objfile == NULL)
return;
pspace = objfile->pspace;
if (objfile->separate_debug_objfile_backlink)
{
objfile = objfile->separate_debug_objfile_backlink;
gdb_assert (objfile->pspace == pspace);
}
for (auto &d : all_displays)
{
if (d->pspace != pspace)
continue;
struct objfile *bl_objf = nullptr;
if (d->block != nullptr)
{
bl_objf = block_objfile (d->block);
if (bl_objf->separate_debug_objfile_backlink != nullptr)
bl_objf = bl_objf->separate_debug_objfile_backlink;
}
if (bl_objf == objfile
|| (d->exp != NULL && exp_uses_objfile (d->exp.get (), objfile)))
{
d->exp.reset ();
d->block = NULL;
}
}
}
/* Print the value in stack frame FRAME of a variable specified by a
struct symbol. NAME is the name to print; if NULL then VAR's print
name will be used. STREAM is the ui_file on which to print the
value. INDENT specifies the number of indent levels to print
before printing the variable name.
This function invalidates FRAME. */
void
print_variable_and_value (const char *name, struct symbol *var,
struct frame_info *frame,
struct ui_file *stream, int indent)
{
if (!name)
name = var->print_name ();
fprintf_filtered (stream, "%*s%ps = ", 2 * indent, "",
styled_string (variable_name_style.style (), name));
try
{
struct value *val;
struct value_print_options opts;
/* READ_VAR_VALUE needs a block in order to deal with non-local
references (i.e. to handle nested functions). In this context, we
print variables that are local to this frame, so we can avoid passing
a block to it. */
val = read_var_value (var, NULL, frame);
get_user_print_options (&opts);
opts.deref_ref = 1;
common_val_print_checked (val, stream, indent, &opts, current_language);
/* common_val_print invalidates FRAME when a pretty printer calls inferior
function. */
frame = NULL;
}
catch (const gdb_exception_error &except)
{
fprintf_styled (stream, metadata_style.style (),
"<error reading variable %s (%s)>", name,
except.what ());
}
fprintf_filtered (stream, "\n");
}
/* Subroutine of ui_printf to simplify it.
Print VALUE to STREAM using FORMAT.
VALUE is a C-style string either on the target or
in a GDB internal variable. */
static void
printf_c_string (struct ui_file *stream, const char *format,
struct value *value)
{
const gdb_byte *str;
if (value_type (value)->code () != TYPE_CODE_PTR
&& VALUE_LVAL (value) == lval_internalvar
&& c_is_string_type_p (value_type (value)))
{
size_t len = TYPE_LENGTH (value_type (value));
/* Copy the internal var value to TEM_STR and append a terminating null
character. This protects against corrupted C-style strings that lack
the terminating null char. It also allows Ada-style strings (not
null terminated) to be printed without problems. */
gdb_byte *tem_str = (gdb_byte *) alloca (len + 1);
memcpy (tem_str, value_contents (value), len);
tem_str [len] = 0;
str = tem_str;
}
else
{
CORE_ADDR tem = value_as_address (value);;
if (tem == 0)
{
DIAGNOSTIC_PUSH
DIAGNOSTIC_IGNORE_FORMAT_NONLITERAL
fprintf_filtered (stream, format, "(null)");
DIAGNOSTIC_POP
return;
}
/* This is a %s argument. Find the length of the string. */
size_t len;
for (len = 0;; len++)
{
gdb_byte c;
QUIT;
read_memory (tem + len, &c, 1);
if (c == 0)
break;
}
/* Copy the string contents into a string inside GDB. */
gdb_byte *tem_str = (gdb_byte *) alloca (len + 1);
if (len != 0)
read_memory (tem, tem_str, len);
tem_str[len] = 0;
str = tem_str;
}
DIAGNOSTIC_PUSH
DIAGNOSTIC_IGNORE_FORMAT_NONLITERAL
fprintf_filtered (stream, format, (char *) str);
DIAGNOSTIC_POP
}
/* Subroutine of ui_printf to simplify it.
Print VALUE to STREAM using FORMAT.
VALUE is a wide C-style string on the target or
in a GDB internal variable. */
static void
printf_wide_c_string (struct ui_file *stream, const char *format,
struct value *value)
{
const gdb_byte *str;
size_t len;
struct gdbarch *gdbarch = value_type (value)->arch ();
struct type *wctype = lookup_typename (current_language,
"wchar_t", NULL, 0);
int wcwidth = TYPE_LENGTH (wctype);
if (VALUE_LVAL (value) == lval_internalvar
&& c_is_string_type_p (value_type (value)))
{
str = value_contents (value);
len = TYPE_LENGTH (value_type (value));
}
else
{
CORE_ADDR tem = value_as_address (value);
if (tem == 0)
{
DIAGNOSTIC_PUSH
DIAGNOSTIC_IGNORE_FORMAT_NONLITERAL
fprintf_filtered (stream, format, "(null)");
DIAGNOSTIC_POP
return;
}
/* This is a %s argument. Find the length of the string. */
enum bfd_endian byte_order = gdbarch_byte_order (gdbarch);
gdb_byte *buf = (gdb_byte *) alloca (wcwidth);
for (len = 0;; len += wcwidth)
{
QUIT;
read_memory (tem + len, buf, wcwidth);
if (extract_unsigned_integer (buf, wcwidth, byte_order) == 0)
break;
}
/* Copy the string contents into a string inside GDB. */
gdb_byte *tem_str = (gdb_byte *) alloca (len + wcwidth);
if (len != 0)
read_memory (tem, tem_str, len);
memset (&tem_str[len], 0, wcwidth);
str = tem_str;
}
auto_obstack output;
convert_between_encodings (target_wide_charset (gdbarch),
host_charset (),
str, len, wcwidth,
&output, translit_char);
obstack_grow_str0 (&output, "");
DIAGNOSTIC_PUSH
DIAGNOSTIC_IGNORE_FORMAT_NONLITERAL
fprintf_filtered (stream, format, obstack_base (&output));
DIAGNOSTIC_POP
}
/* Subroutine of ui_printf to simplify it.
Print VALUE, a floating point value, to STREAM using FORMAT. */
static void
printf_floating (struct ui_file *stream, const char *format,
struct value *value, enum argclass argclass)
{
/* Parameter data. */
struct type *param_type = value_type (value);
struct gdbarch *gdbarch = param_type->arch ();
/* Determine target type corresponding to the format string. */
struct type *fmt_type;
switch (argclass)
{
case double_arg:
fmt_type = builtin_type (gdbarch)->builtin_double;
break;
case long_double_arg:
fmt_type = builtin_type (gdbarch)->builtin_long_double;
break;
case dec32float_arg:
fmt_type = builtin_type (gdbarch)->builtin_decfloat;
break;
case dec64float_arg:
fmt_type = builtin_type (gdbarch)->builtin_decdouble;
break;
case dec128float_arg:
fmt_type = builtin_type (gdbarch)->builtin_declong;
break;
default:
gdb_assert_not_reached ("unexpected argument class");
}
/* To match the traditional GDB behavior, the conversion is
done differently depending on the type of the parameter:
- if the parameter has floating-point type, it's value
is converted to the target type;
- otherwise, if the parameter has a type that is of the
same size as a built-in floating-point type, the value
bytes are interpreted as if they were of that type, and
then converted to the target type (this is not done for
decimal floating-point argument classes);
- otherwise, if the source value has an integer value,
it's value is converted to the target type;
- otherwise, an error is raised.
In either case, the result of the conversion is a byte buffer
formatted in the target format for the target type. */
if (fmt_type->code () == TYPE_CODE_FLT)
{
param_type = float_type_from_length (param_type);
if (param_type != value_type (value))
value = value_from_contents (param_type, value_contents (value));
}
value = value_cast (fmt_type, value);
/* Convert the value to a string and print it. */
std::string str
= target_float_to_string (value_contents (value), fmt_type, format);
fputs_filtered (str.c_str (), stream);
}
/* Subroutine of ui_printf to simplify it.
Print VALUE, a target pointer, to STREAM using FORMAT. */
static void
printf_pointer (struct ui_file *stream, const char *format,
struct value *value)
{
/* We avoid the host's %p because pointers are too
likely to be the wrong size. The only interesting
modifier for %p is a width; extract that, and then
handle %p as glibc would: %#x or a literal "(nil)". */
const char *p;
char *fmt, *fmt_p;
#ifdef PRINTF_HAS_LONG_LONG
long long val = value_as_long (value);
#else
long val = value_as_long (value);
#endif
fmt = (char *) alloca (strlen (format) + 5);
/* Copy up to the leading %. */
p = format;
fmt_p = fmt;
while (*p)
{
int is_percent = (*p == '%');
*fmt_p++ = *p++;
if (is_percent)
{
if (*p == '%')
*fmt_p++ = *p++;
else
break;
}
}
if (val != 0)
*fmt_p++ = '#';
/* Copy any width or flags. Only the "-" flag is valid for pointers
-- see the format_pieces constructor. */
while (*p == '-' || (*p >= '0' && *p < '9'))
*fmt_p++ = *p++;
gdb_assert (*p == 'p' && *(p + 1) == '\0');
if (val != 0)
{
#ifdef PRINTF_HAS_LONG_LONG
*fmt_p++ = 'l';
#endif
*fmt_p++ = 'l';
*fmt_p++ = 'x';
*fmt_p++ = '\0';
DIAGNOSTIC_PUSH
DIAGNOSTIC_IGNORE_FORMAT_NONLITERAL
fprintf_filtered (stream, fmt, val);
DIAGNOSTIC_POP
}
else
{
*fmt_p++ = 's';
*fmt_p++ = '\0';
DIAGNOSTIC_PUSH
DIAGNOSTIC_IGNORE_FORMAT_NONLITERAL
fprintf_filtered (stream, fmt, "(nil)");
DIAGNOSTIC_POP
}
}
/* printf "printf format string" ARG to STREAM. */
static void
ui_printf (const char *arg, struct ui_file *stream)
{
const char *s = arg;
std::vector<struct value *> val_args;
if (s == 0)
error_no_arg (_("format-control string and values to print"));
s = skip_spaces (s);
/* A format string should follow, enveloped in double quotes. */
if (*s++ != '"')
error (_("Bad format string, missing '\"'."));
format_pieces fpieces (&s);
if (*s++ != '"')
error (_("Bad format string, non-terminated '\"'."));
s = skip_spaces (s);
if (*s != ',' && *s != 0)
error (_("Invalid argument syntax"));
if (*s == ',')
s++;
s = skip_spaces (s);
{
int nargs_wanted;
int i;
const char *current_substring;
nargs_wanted = 0;
for (auto &&piece : fpieces)
if (piece.argclass != literal_piece)
++nargs_wanted;
/* Now, parse all arguments and evaluate them.
Store the VALUEs in VAL_ARGS. */
while (*s != '\0')
{
const char *s1;
s1 = s;
val_args.push_back (parse_to_comma_and_eval (&s1));
s = s1;
if (*s == ',')
s++;
}
if (val_args.size () != nargs_wanted)
error (_("Wrong number of arguments for specified format-string"));
/* Now actually print them. */
i = 0;
for (auto &&piece : fpieces)
{
current_substring = piece.string;
switch (piece.argclass)
{
case string_arg:
printf_c_string (stream, current_substring, val_args[i]);
break;
case wide_string_arg:
printf_wide_c_string (stream, current_substring, val_args[i]);
break;
case wide_char_arg:
{
struct gdbarch *gdbarch = value_type (val_args[i])->arch ();
struct type *wctype = lookup_typename (current_language,
"wchar_t", NULL, 0);
struct type *valtype;
const gdb_byte *bytes;
valtype = value_type (val_args[i]);
if (TYPE_LENGTH (valtype) != TYPE_LENGTH (wctype)
|| valtype->code () != TYPE_CODE_INT)
error (_("expected wchar_t argument for %%lc"));
bytes = value_contents (val_args[i]);
auto_obstack output;
convert_between_encodings (target_wide_charset (gdbarch),
host_charset (),
bytes, TYPE_LENGTH (valtype),
TYPE_LENGTH (valtype),
&output, translit_char);
obstack_grow_str0 (&output, "");
DIAGNOSTIC_PUSH
DIAGNOSTIC_IGNORE_FORMAT_NONLITERAL
fprintf_filtered (stream, current_substring,
obstack_base (&output));
DIAGNOSTIC_POP
}
break;
case long_long_arg:
#ifdef PRINTF_HAS_LONG_LONG
{
long long val = value_as_long (val_args[i]);
DIAGNOSTIC_PUSH
DIAGNOSTIC_IGNORE_FORMAT_NONLITERAL
fprintf_filtered (stream, current_substring, val);
DIAGNOSTIC_POP
break;
}
#else
error (_("long long not supported in printf"));
#endif
case int_arg:
{
int val = value_as_long (val_args[i]);
DIAGNOSTIC_PUSH
DIAGNOSTIC_IGNORE_FORMAT_NONLITERAL
fprintf_filtered (stream, current_substring, val);
DIAGNOSTIC_POP
break;
}
case long_arg:
{
long val = value_as_long (val_args[i]);
DIAGNOSTIC_PUSH
DIAGNOSTIC_IGNORE_FORMAT_NONLITERAL
fprintf_filtered (stream, current_substring, val);
DIAGNOSTIC_POP
break;
}
case size_t_arg:
{
size_t val = value_as_long (val_args[i]);
DIAGNOSTIC_PUSH
DIAGNOSTIC_IGNORE_FORMAT_NONLITERAL
fprintf_filtered (stream, current_substring, val);
DIAGNOSTIC_POP
break;
}
/* Handles floating-point values. */
case double_arg:
case long_double_arg:
case dec32float_arg:
case dec64float_arg:
case dec128float_arg:
printf_floating (stream, current_substring, val_args[i],
piece.argclass);
break;
case ptr_arg:
printf_pointer (stream, current_substring, val_args[i]);
break;
case literal_piece:
/* Print a portion of the format string that has no
directives. Note that this will not include any
ordinary %-specs, but it might include "%%". That is
why we use printf_filtered and not puts_filtered here.
Also, we pass a dummy argument because some platforms
have modified GCC to include -Wformat-security by
default, which will warn here if there is no
argument. */
DIAGNOSTIC_PUSH
DIAGNOSTIC_IGNORE_FORMAT_NONLITERAL
fprintf_filtered (stream, current_substring, 0);
DIAGNOSTIC_POP
break;
default:
internal_error (__FILE__, __LINE__,
_("failed internal consistency check"));
}
/* Maybe advance to the next argument. */
if (piece.argclass != literal_piece)
++i;
}
}
}
/* Implement the