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/* Gdb/Python header for private use by Python module.
Copyright (C) 2008-2021 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
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 <>. */
#include "extension.h"
#include "extension-priv.h"
/* These WITH_* macros are defined by the CPython API checker that
comes with the Python plugin for GCC. See:
The checker defines a WITH_ macro for each attribute it
exposes. Note that we intentionally do not use
'cpychecker_returns_borrowed_ref' -- that idiom is forbidden in
gdb. */
__attribute__ ((cpychecker_type_object_for_typedef (ARG)))
#define CPYCHECKER_SETS_EXCEPTION __attribute__ ((cpychecker_sets_exception))
__attribute__ ((cpychecker_negative_result_sets_exception))
/* /usr/include/features.h on linux systems will define _POSIX_C_SOURCE
if it sees _GNU_SOURCE (which config.h will define).
pyconfig.h defines _POSIX_C_SOURCE to a different value than
/usr/include/features.h does causing compilation to fail.
To work around this, undef _POSIX_C_SOURCE before we include Python.h.
Same problem with _XOPEN_SOURCE. */
/* On sparc-solaris, /usr/include/sys/feature_tests.h defines
_FILE_OFFSET_BITS, which pyconfig.h also defines. Same work
around technique as above. */
/* A kludge to avoid redefinition of snprintf on Windows by pyerrors.h. */
#if defined(_WIN32) && defined(HAVE_DECL_SNPRINTF)
/* Another kludge to avoid compilation errors because MinGW defines
'hypot' to '_hypot', but the C++ headers says "using ::hypot". */
#ifdef __MINGW32__
# define _hypot hypot
/* Request clean size types from Python. */
/* Include the Python header files using angle brackets rather than
double quotes. On case-insensitive filesystems, this prevents us
from including our python/python.h header file. */
#include <Python.h>
#include <frameobject.h>
#include "py-ref.h"
#define IS_PY3K 1
#ifdef IS_PY3K
#define PyInt_Check PyLong_Check
#define PyInt_AsLong PyLong_AsLong
#define PyInt_AsSsize_t PyLong_AsSsize_t
#define PyString_FromString PyUnicode_FromString
#define PyString_Decode PyUnicode_Decode
#define PyString_FromFormat PyUnicode_FromFormat
#define PyString_Check PyUnicode_Check
/* If Python.h does not define WITH_THREAD, then the various
GIL-related functions will not be defined. However,
PyGILState_STATE will be. */
#define PyGILState_Ensure() ((PyGILState_STATE) 0)
#define PyGILState_Release(ARG) ((void)(ARG))
#define PyEval_InitThreads()
#define PyThreadState_Swap(ARG) ((void)(ARG))
#define PyEval_ReleaseLock()
/* Python supplies HAVE_LONG_LONG and some `long long' support when it
is available. These defines let us handle the differences more
cleanly. */
#define GDB_PY_LL_ARG "L"
#define GDB_PY_LLU_ARG "K"
typedef PY_LONG_LONG gdb_py_longest;
typedef unsigned PY_LONG_LONG gdb_py_ulongest;
#define gdb_py_long_as_ulongest PyLong_AsUnsignedLongLong
#else /* HAVE_LONG_LONG */
#define GDB_PY_LL_ARG "L"
#define GDB_PY_LLU_ARG "K"
typedef long gdb_py_longest;
typedef unsigned long gdb_py_ulongest;
#define gdb_py_long_as_ulongest PyLong_AsUnsignedLong
#endif /* HAVE_LONG_LONG */
#if PY_VERSION_HEX < 0x03020000
typedef long Py_hash_t;
/* PyMem_RawMalloc appeared in Python 3.4. For earlier versions, we can just
fall back to PyMem_Malloc. */
#if PY_VERSION_HEX < 0x03040000
#define PyMem_RawMalloc PyMem_Malloc
/* Python 2.6 did not wrap Py_DECREF in 'do {...} while (0)', leading
to 'suggest explicit braces to avoid ambiguous ‘else’' gcc errors.
Wrap it ourselves, so that callers don't need to care. */
static inline void
gdb_Py_DECREF (void *op) /* ARI: editCase function */
Py_DECREF (op);
#undef Py_DECREF
#define Py_DECREF(op) gdb_Py_DECREF (op)
/* PyObject_CallMethod's 'method' and 'format' parameters were missing
the 'const' qualifier before Python 3.4. Hence, we wrap the
function in our own version to avoid errors with string literals.
Note, this is a variadic template because PyObject_CallMethod is a
varargs function and Python doesn't have a "PyObject_VaCallMethod"
variant taking a va_list that we could defer to instead. */
template<typename... Args>
static inline PyObject *
gdb_PyObject_CallMethod (PyObject *o, const char *method, const char *format,
Args... args) /* ARI: editCase function */
return PyObject_CallMethod (o,
const_cast<char *> (method),
const_cast<char *> (format),
#undef PyObject_CallMethod
#define PyObject_CallMethod gdb_PyObject_CallMethod
/* The 'name' parameter of PyErr_NewException was missing the 'const'
qualifier in Python <= 3.4. Hence, we wrap it in a function to
avoid errors when compiled with -Werror. */
static inline PyObject*
gdb_PyErr_NewException (const char *name, PyObject *base, PyObject *dict)
return PyErr_NewException (const_cast<char *> (name), base, dict);
#define PyErr_NewException gdb_PyErr_NewException
/* PySys_GetObject's 'name' parameter was missing the 'const'
qualifier before Python 3.4. Hence, we wrap it in a function to
avoid errors when compiled with -Werror. */
static inline PyObject *
gdb_PySys_GetObject (const char *name)
return PySys_GetObject (const_cast<char *> (name));
#define PySys_GetObject gdb_PySys_GetObject
/* PySys_SetPath's 'path' parameter was missing the 'const' qualifier
before Python 3.6. Hence, we wrap it in a function to avoid errors
when compiled with -Werror. */
#ifdef IS_PY3K
# define GDB_PYSYS_SETPATH_CHAR wchar_t
static inline void
gdb_PySys_SetPath (const GDB_PYSYS_SETPATH_CHAR *path)
PySys_SetPath (const_cast<GDB_PYSYS_SETPATH_CHAR *> (path));
#define PySys_SetPath gdb_PySys_SetPath
/* Wrap PyGetSetDef to allow convenient construction with string
literals. Unfortunately, PyGetSetDef's 'name' and 'doc' members
are 'char *' instead of 'const char *', meaning that in order to
list-initialize PyGetSetDef arrays with string literals (and
without the wrapping below) would require writing explicit 'char *'
casts. Instead, we extend PyGetSetDef and add constexpr
constructors that accept const 'name' and 'doc', hiding the ugly
casts here in a single place. */
struct gdb_PyGetSetDef : PyGetSetDef
constexpr gdb_PyGetSetDef (const char *name_, getter get_, setter set_,
const char *doc_, void *closure_)
: PyGetSetDef {const_cast<char *> (name_), get_, set_,
const_cast<char *> (doc_), closure_}
/* Alternative constructor that allows omitting the closure in list
initialization. */
constexpr gdb_PyGetSetDef (const char *name_, getter get_, setter set_,
const char *doc_)
: gdb_PyGetSetDef {name_, get_, set_, doc_, NULL}
/* Constructor for the sentinel entries. */
constexpr gdb_PyGetSetDef (std::nullptr_t)
: gdb_PyGetSetDef {NULL, NULL, NULL, NULL, NULL}
/* The 'keywords' parameter of PyArg_ParseTupleAndKeywords has type
'char **'. However, string literals are const in C++, and so to
avoid casting at every keyword array definition, we'll need to make
the keywords array an array of 'const char *'. To avoid having all
callers add a 'const_cast<char **>' themselves when passing such an
array through 'char **', we define our own version of
PyArg_ParseTupleAndKeywords here with a corresponding 'keywords'
parameter type that does the cast in a single place. (This is not
an overload of PyArg_ParseTupleAndKeywords in order to make it
clearer that we're calling our own function instead of a function
that exists in some newer Python version.) */
static inline int
gdb_PyArg_ParseTupleAndKeywords (PyObject *args, PyObject *kw,
const char *format, const char **keywords, ...)
va_list ap;
int res;
va_start (ap, keywords);
res = PyArg_VaParseTupleAndKeywords (args, kw, format,
const_cast<char **> (keywords),
va_end (ap);
return res;
/* In order to be able to parse symtab_and_line_to_sal_object function
a real symtab_and_line structure is needed. */
#include "symtab.h"
/* Also needed to parse enum var_types. */
#include "command.h"
#include "breakpoint.h"
enum gdbpy_iter_kind { iter_keys, iter_values, iter_items };
struct block;
struct value;
struct language_defn;
struct program_space;
struct bpstats;
struct inferior;
extern int gdb_python_initialized;
extern PyObject *gdb_module;
extern PyObject *gdb_python_module;
extern PyTypeObject value_object_type
extern PyTypeObject block_object_type
extern PyTypeObject symbol_object_type
extern PyTypeObject event_object_type
extern PyTypeObject breakpoint_object_type
extern PyTypeObject frame_object_type
extern PyTypeObject thread_object_type
struct gdbpy_breakpoint_object
/* The breakpoint number according to gdb. */
int number;
/* The gdb breakpoint object, or NULL if the breakpoint has been
deleted. */
struct breakpoint *bp;
/* 1 is this is a FinishBreakpoint object, 0 otherwise. */
int is_finish_bp;
/* Require that BREAKPOINT be a valid breakpoint ID; throw a Python
exception if it is invalid. */
#define BPPY_REQUIRE_VALID(Breakpoint) \
do { \
if ((Breakpoint)->bp == NULL) \
return PyErr_Format (PyExc_RuntimeError, \
_("Breakpoint %d is invalid."), \
(Breakpoint)->number); \
} while (0)
/* Require that BREAKPOINT be a valid breakpoint ID; throw a Python
exception if it is invalid. This macro is for use in setter functions. */
#define BPPY_SET_REQUIRE_VALID(Breakpoint) \
do { \
if ((Breakpoint)->bp == NULL) \
{ \
PyErr_Format (PyExc_RuntimeError, _("Breakpoint %d is invalid."), \
(Breakpoint)->number); \
return -1; \
} \
} while (0)
/* Variables used to pass information between the Breakpoint
constructor and the breakpoint-created hook function. */
extern gdbpy_breakpoint_object *bppy_pending_object;
struct thread_object
/* The thread we represent. */
struct thread_info *thread;
/* The Inferior object to which this thread belongs. */
PyObject *inf_obj;
struct inferior_object;
extern struct cmd_list_element *set_python_list;
extern struct cmd_list_element *show_python_list;
/* extension_language_script_ops "methods". */
/* Return true if auto-loading Python scripts is enabled.
This is the extension_language_script_ops.auto_load_enabled "method". */
extern bool gdbpy_auto_load_enabled (const struct extension_language_defn *);
/* extension_language_ops "methods". */
extern enum ext_lang_rc gdbpy_apply_val_pretty_printer
(const struct extension_language_defn *,
struct value *value,
struct ui_file *stream, int recurse,
const struct value_print_options *options,
const struct language_defn *language);
extern enum ext_lang_bt_status gdbpy_apply_frame_filter
(const struct extension_language_defn *,
struct frame_info *frame, frame_filter_flags flags,
enum ext_lang_frame_args args_type,
struct ui_out *out, int frame_low, int frame_high);
extern void gdbpy_preserve_values (const struct extension_language_defn *,
struct objfile *objfile,
htab_t copied_types);
extern enum ext_lang_bp_stop gdbpy_breakpoint_cond_says_stop
(const struct extension_language_defn *, struct breakpoint *);
extern int gdbpy_breakpoint_has_cond (const struct extension_language_defn *,
struct breakpoint *b);
extern enum ext_lang_rc gdbpy_get_matching_xmethod_workers
(const struct extension_language_defn *extlang,
struct type *obj_type, const char *method_name,
std::vector<xmethod_worker_up> *dm_vec);
PyObject *gdbpy_history (PyObject *self, PyObject *args);
PyObject *gdbpy_add_history (PyObject *self, PyObject *args);
PyObject *gdbpy_convenience_variable (PyObject *self, PyObject *args);
PyObject *gdbpy_set_convenience_variable (PyObject *self, PyObject *args);
PyObject *gdbpy_breakpoints (PyObject *, PyObject *);
PyObject *gdbpy_frame_stop_reason_string (PyObject *, PyObject *);
PyObject *gdbpy_lookup_symbol (PyObject *self, PyObject *args, PyObject *kw);
PyObject *gdbpy_lookup_global_symbol (PyObject *self, PyObject *args,
PyObject *kw);
PyObject *gdbpy_lookup_static_symbol (PyObject *self, PyObject *args,
PyObject *kw);
PyObject *gdbpy_lookup_static_symbols (PyObject *self, PyObject *args,
PyObject *kw);
PyObject *gdbpy_start_recording (PyObject *self, PyObject *args);
PyObject *gdbpy_current_recording (PyObject *self, PyObject *args);
PyObject *gdbpy_stop_recording (PyObject *self, PyObject *args);
PyObject *gdbpy_newest_frame (PyObject *self, PyObject *args);
PyObject *gdbpy_selected_frame (PyObject *self, PyObject *args);
PyObject *gdbpy_lookup_type (PyObject *self, PyObject *args, PyObject *kw);
int gdbpy_is_field (PyObject *obj);
PyObject *gdbpy_create_lazy_string_object (CORE_ADDR address, long length,
const char *encoding,
struct type *type);
PyObject *gdbpy_inferiors (PyObject *unused, PyObject *unused2);
PyObject *gdbpy_create_ptid_object (ptid_t ptid);
PyObject *gdbpy_selected_thread (PyObject *self, PyObject *args);
PyObject *gdbpy_selected_inferior (PyObject *self, PyObject *args);
PyObject *gdbpy_string_to_argv (PyObject *self, PyObject *args);
PyObject *gdbpy_parameter_value (enum var_types type, void *var);
gdb::unique_xmalloc_ptr<char> gdbpy_parse_command_name
(const char *name, struct cmd_list_element ***base_list,
struct cmd_list_element **start_list);
PyObject *gdbpy_register_tui_window (PyObject *self, PyObject *args,
PyObject *kw);
PyObject *symtab_and_line_to_sal_object (struct symtab_and_line sal);
PyObject *symtab_to_symtab_object (struct symtab *symtab);
PyObject *symbol_to_symbol_object (struct symbol *sym);
PyObject *block_to_block_object (const struct block *block,
struct objfile *objfile);
PyObject *value_to_value_object (struct value *v);
PyObject *value_to_value_object_no_release (struct value *v);
PyObject *type_to_type_object (struct type *);
PyObject *frame_info_to_frame_object (struct frame_info *frame);
PyObject *symtab_to_linetable_object (PyObject *symtab);
gdbpy_ref<> pspace_to_pspace_object (struct program_space *);
PyObject *pspy_get_printers (PyObject *, void *);
PyObject *pspy_get_frame_filters (PyObject *, void *);
PyObject *pspy_get_frame_unwinders (PyObject *, void *);
PyObject *pspy_get_xmethods (PyObject *, void *);
gdbpy_ref<> objfile_to_objfile_object (struct objfile *);
PyObject *objfpy_get_printers (PyObject *, void *);
PyObject *objfpy_get_frame_filters (PyObject *, void *);
PyObject *objfpy_get_frame_unwinders (PyObject *, void *);
PyObject *objfpy_get_xmethods (PyObject *, void *);
PyObject *gdbpy_lookup_objfile (PyObject *self, PyObject *args, PyObject *kw);
PyObject *gdbarch_to_arch_object (struct gdbarch *gdbarch);
PyObject *gdbpy_new_register_descriptor_iterator (struct gdbarch *gdbarch,
const char *group_name);
PyObject *gdbpy_new_reggroup_iterator (struct gdbarch *gdbarch);
gdbpy_ref<thread_object> create_thread_object (struct thread_info *tp);
gdbpy_ref<> thread_to_thread_object (thread_info *thr);;
gdbpy_ref<inferior_object> inferior_to_inferior_object (inferior *inf);
const struct block *block_object_to_block (PyObject *obj);
struct symbol *symbol_object_to_symbol (PyObject *obj);
struct value *value_object_to_value (PyObject *self);
struct value *convert_value_from_python (PyObject *obj);
struct type *type_object_to_type (PyObject *obj);
struct symtab *symtab_object_to_symtab (PyObject *obj);
struct symtab_and_line *sal_object_to_symtab_and_line (PyObject *obj);
struct frame_info *frame_object_to_frame_info (PyObject *frame_obj);
struct gdbarch *arch_object_to_gdbarch (PyObject *obj);
void gdbpy_initialize_gdb_readline (void);
int gdbpy_initialize_auto_load (void)
int gdbpy_initialize_values (void)
int gdbpy_initialize_frames (void)
int gdbpy_initialize_instruction (void)
int gdbpy_initialize_btrace (void)
int gdbpy_initialize_record (void)
int gdbpy_initialize_symtabs (void)
int gdbpy_initialize_commands (void)
int gdbpy_initialize_symbols (void)
int gdbpy_initialize_symtabs (void)
int gdbpy_initialize_blocks (void)
int gdbpy_initialize_types (void)
int gdbpy_initialize_functions (void)
int gdbpy_initialize_pspace (void)
int gdbpy_initialize_objfile (void)
int gdbpy_initialize_breakpoints (void)
int gdbpy_initialize_finishbreakpoints (void)
int gdbpy_initialize_lazy_string (void)
int gdbpy_initialize_linetable (void)
int gdbpy_initialize_parameters (void)
int gdbpy_initialize_thread (void)
int gdbpy_initialize_inferior (void)
int gdbpy_initialize_eventregistry (void)
int gdbpy_initialize_event (void)
int gdbpy_initialize_py_events (void)
int gdbpy_initialize_arch (void)
int gdbpy_initialize_registers ()
int gdbpy_initialize_xmethods (void)
int gdbpy_initialize_unwind (void)
int gdbpy_initialize_tui ()
/* A wrapper for PyErr_Fetch that handles reference counting for the
caller. */
class gdbpy_err_fetch
gdbpy_err_fetch ()
PyErr_Fetch (&m_error_type, &m_error_value, &m_error_traceback);
~gdbpy_err_fetch ()
Py_XDECREF (m_error_type);
Py_XDECREF (m_error_value);
Py_XDECREF (m_error_traceback);
/* Call PyErr_Restore using the values stashed in this object.
After this call, this object is invalid and neither the to_string
nor restore methods may be used again. */
void restore ()
PyErr_Restore (m_error_type, m_error_value, m_error_traceback);
m_error_type = nullptr;
m_error_value = nullptr;
m_error_traceback = nullptr;
/* Return the string representation of the exception represented by
this object. If the result is NULL a python error occurred, the
caller must clear it. */
gdb::unique_xmalloc_ptr<char> to_string () const;
/* Return the string representation of the type of the exception
represented by this object. If the result is NULL a python error
occurred, the caller must clear it. */
gdb::unique_xmalloc_ptr<char> type_to_string () const;
/* Return true if the stored type matches TYPE, false otherwise. */
bool type_matches (PyObject *type) const
return PyErr_GivenExceptionMatches (m_error_type, type);
PyObject *m_error_type, *m_error_value, *m_error_traceback;
/* Called before entering the Python interpreter to install the
current language and architecture to be used for Python values.
Also set the active extension language for GDB so that SIGINT's
are directed our way, and if necessary install the right SIGINT
handler. */
class gdbpy_enter
gdbpy_enter (struct gdbarch *gdbarch, const struct language_defn *language);
~gdbpy_enter ();
struct active_ext_lang_state *m_previous_active;
PyGILState_STATE m_state;
struct gdbarch *m_gdbarch;
const struct language_defn *m_language;
/* An optional is used here because we don't want to call
PyErr_Fetch too early. */
gdb::optional<gdbpy_err_fetch> m_error;
/* Like gdbpy_enter, but takes a varobj. This is a subclass just to
make constructor delegation a little nicer. */
class gdbpy_enter_varobj : public gdbpy_enter
/* This is defined in varobj.c, where it can access varobj
internals. */
gdbpy_enter_varobj (const struct varobj *var);
/* The opposite of gdb_enter: this releases the GIL around a region,
allowing other Python threads to run. No Python APIs may be used
while this is active. */
class gdbpy_allow_threads
gdbpy_allow_threads ()
: m_save (PyEval_SaveThread ())
gdb_assert (m_save != nullptr);
~gdbpy_allow_threads ()
PyEval_RestoreThread (m_save);
DISABLE_COPY_AND_ASSIGN (gdbpy_allow_threads);
PyThreadState *m_save;
extern struct gdbarch *python_gdbarch;
extern const struct language_defn *python_language;
/* Use this after a TRY_EXCEPT to throw the appropriate Python
exception. */
#define GDB_PY_HANDLE_EXCEPTION(Exception) \
do { \
if (Exception.reason < 0) \
{ \
gdbpy_convert_exception (Exception); \
return NULL; \
} \
} while (0)
/* Use this after a TRY_EXCEPT to throw the appropriate Python
exception. This macro is for use inside setter functions. */
#define GDB_PY_SET_HANDLE_EXCEPTION(Exception) \
do { \
if (Exception.reason < 0) \
{ \
gdbpy_convert_exception (Exception); \
return -1; \
} \
} while (0)
int gdbpy_print_python_errors_p (void);
void gdbpy_print_stack (void);
void gdbpy_print_stack_or_quit ();
void gdbpy_handle_exception () ATTRIBUTE_NORETURN;
gdbpy_ref<> python_string_to_unicode (PyObject *obj);
gdb::unique_xmalloc_ptr<char> unicode_to_target_string (PyObject *unicode_str);
gdb::unique_xmalloc_ptr<char> python_string_to_target_string (PyObject *obj);
gdbpy_ref<> python_string_to_target_python_string (PyObject *obj);
gdb::unique_xmalloc_ptr<char> python_string_to_host_string (PyObject *obj);
gdbpy_ref<> host_string_to_python_string (const char *str);
int gdbpy_is_string (PyObject *obj);
gdb::unique_xmalloc_ptr<char> gdbpy_obj_to_string (PyObject *obj);
int gdbpy_is_lazy_string (PyObject *result);
void gdbpy_extract_lazy_string (PyObject *string, CORE_ADDR *addr,
struct type **str_type,
long *length,
gdb::unique_xmalloc_ptr<char> *encoding);
int gdbpy_is_value_object (PyObject *obj);
/* Note that these are declared here, and not in python.h with the
other pretty-printer functions, because they refer to PyObject. */
gdbpy_ref<> apply_varobj_pretty_printer (PyObject *print_obj,
struct value **replacement,
struct ui_file *stream);
gdbpy_ref<> gdbpy_get_varobj_pretty_printer (struct value *value);
gdb::unique_xmalloc_ptr<char> gdbpy_get_display_hint (PyObject *printer);
PyObject *gdbpy_default_visualizer (PyObject *self, PyObject *args);
void bpfinishpy_pre_stop_hook (struct gdbpy_breakpoint_object *bp_obj);
void bpfinishpy_post_stop_hook (struct gdbpy_breakpoint_object *bp_obj);
extern PyObject *gdbpy_doc_cst;
extern PyObject *gdbpy_children_cst;
extern PyObject *gdbpy_to_string_cst;
extern PyObject *gdbpy_display_hint_cst;
extern PyObject *gdbpy_enabled_cst;
extern PyObject *gdbpy_value_cst;
/* Exception types. */
extern PyObject *gdbpy_gdb_error;
extern PyObject *gdbpy_gdb_memory_error;
extern PyObject *gdbpy_gdberror_exc;
extern void gdbpy_convert_exception (const struct gdb_exception &)
int get_addr_from_python (PyObject *obj, CORE_ADDR *addr)
gdbpy_ref<> gdb_py_object_from_longest (LONGEST l);
gdbpy_ref<> gdb_py_object_from_ulongest (ULONGEST l);
int gdb_py_int_as_long (PyObject *, long *);
PyObject *gdb_py_generic_dict (PyObject *self, void *closure);
int gdb_pymodule_addobject (PyObject *module, const char *name,
PyObject *object)
struct varobj_iter;
struct varobj;
std::unique_ptr<varobj_iter> py_varobj_get_iterator (struct varobj *var,
PyObject *printer);
/* Deleter for Py_buffer unique_ptr specialization. */
struct Py_buffer_deleter
void operator() (Py_buffer *b) const
PyBuffer_Release (b);
/* A unique_ptr specialization for Py_buffer. */
typedef std::unique_ptr<Py_buffer, Py_buffer_deleter> Py_buffer_up;
/* Parse a register number from PYO_REG_ID and place the register number
into *REG_NUM. The register is a register for GDBARCH.
If a register is parsed successfully then *REG_NUM will have been
updated, and true is returned. Otherwise the contents of *REG_NUM are
undefined, and false is returned.
The PYO_REG_ID object can be a string, the name of the register. This
is the slowest approach as GDB has to map the name to a number for each
call. Alternatively PYO_REG_ID can be an internal GDB register
number. This is quick but should not be encouraged as this means
Python scripts are now dependent on GDB's internal register numbering.
Final PYO_REG_ID can be a gdb.RegisterDescriptor object, these objects
can be looked up by name once, and then cache the register number so
should be as quick as using a register number. */
extern bool gdbpy_parse_register_id (struct gdbarch *gdbarch,
PyObject *pyo_reg_id, int *reg_num);