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/* Shared library declarations for GDB, the GNU Debugger.
Copyright (C) 1990-2021 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
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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 <>. */
#ifndef SOLIST_H
#define SOLIST_H
#define SO_NAME_MAX_PATH_SIZE 512 /* FIXME: Should be dynamic */
/* For domain_enum domain. */
#include "symtab.h"
#include "gdb_bfd.h"
#include "target-section.h"
/* Base class for target-specific link map information. */
struct lm_info_base
struct so_list
/* The following fields of the structure come directly from the
dynamic linker's tables in the inferior, and are initialized by
current_sos. */
struct so_list *next; /* next structure in linked list */
/* A pointer to target specific link map information. Often this
will be a copy of struct link_map from the user process, but
it need not be; it can be any collection of data needed to
traverse the dynamic linker's data structures. */
lm_info_base *lm_info;
/* Shared object file name, exactly as it appears in the
inferior's link map. This may be a relative path, or something
which needs to be looked up in LD_LIBRARY_PATH, etc. We use it
to tell which entries in the inferior's dynamic linker's link
map we've already loaded. */
char so_original_name[SO_NAME_MAX_PATH_SIZE];
/* Shared object file name, expanded to something GDB can open. */
char so_name[SO_NAME_MAX_PATH_SIZE];
/* Program space this shared library belongs to. */
struct program_space *pspace;
/* The following fields of the structure are built from
information gathered from the shared object file itself, and
are set when we actually add it to our symbol tables.
current_sos must initialize these fields to 0. */
bfd *abfd;
char symbols_loaded; /* flag: symbols read in yet? */
/* objfile with symbols for a loaded library. Target memory is read from
ABFD. OBJFILE may be NULL either before symbols have been loaded, if
the file cannot be found or after the command "nosharedlibrary". */
struct objfile *objfile;
target_section_table *sections;
/* Record the range of addresses belonging to this shared library.
There may not be just one (e.g. if two segments are relocated
differently). This is used for "info sharedlibrary" and
the MI command "-file-list-shared-libraries". The latter has a format
that supports outputting multiple segments once the related code
supports them. */
CORE_ADDR addr_low, addr_high;
struct target_so_ops
/* Adjust the section binding addresses by the base address at
which the object was actually mapped. */
void (*relocate_section_addresses) (struct so_list *so,
struct target_section *);
/* Free the link map info and any other private data structures
associated with a so_list entry. */
void (*free_so) (struct so_list *so);
/* Reset private data structures associated with SO.
This is called when SO is about to be reloaded.
It is also called before free_so when SO is about to be freed. */
void (*clear_so) (struct so_list *so);
/* Reset or free private data structures not associated with
so_list entries. */
void (*clear_solib) (void);
/* Target dependent code to run after child process fork. */
void (*solib_create_inferior_hook) (int from_tty);
/* Construct a list of the currently loaded shared objects. This
list does not include an entry for the main executable file.
Note that we only gather information directly available from the
inferior --- we don't examine any of the shared library files
themselves. The declaration of `struct so_list' says which fields
we provide values for. */
struct so_list *(*current_sos) (void);
/* Find, open, and read the symbols for the main executable. If
FROM_TTY is non-zero, allow messages to be printed. */
int (*open_symbol_file_object) (int from_ttyp);
/* Determine if PC lies in the dynamic symbol resolution code of
the run time loader. */
int (*in_dynsym_resolve_code) (CORE_ADDR pc);
/* Find and open shared library binary file. */
gdb_bfd_ref_ptr (*bfd_open) (const char *pathname);
/* Optional extra hook for finding and opening a solib.
If TEMP_PATHNAME is non-NULL: If the file is successfully opened a
pointer to a malloc'd and realpath'd copy of SONAME is stored there,
otherwise NULL is stored there. */
int (*find_and_open_solib) (const char *soname,
unsigned o_flags,
gdb::unique_xmalloc_ptr<char> *temp_pathname);
/* Given two so_list objects, one from the GDB thread list
and another from the list returned by current_sos, return 1
if they represent the same library.
Falls back to using strcmp on so_original_name field when set
to NULL. */
int (*same) (struct so_list *gdb, struct so_list *inferior);
/* Return whether a region of memory must be kept in a core file
for shared libraries loaded before "gcore" is used to be
handled correctly when the core file is loaded. This only
applies when the section would otherwise not be kept in the
core file (in particular, for readonly sections). */
int (*keep_data_in_core) (CORE_ADDR vaddr,
unsigned long size);
/* Enable or disable optional solib event breakpoints as
appropriate. This should be called whenever
stop_on_solib_events is changed. This pointer can be
NULL, in which case no enabling or disabling is necessary
for this target. */
void (*update_breakpoints) (void);
/* Target-specific processing of solib events that will be
performed before solib_add is called. This pointer can be
NULL, in which case no specific preprocessing is necessary
for this target. */
void (*handle_event) (void);
using so_list_range = next_range<so_list>;
/* Free the memory associated with a (so_list *). */
void free_so (struct so_list *so);
/* A deleter that calls free_so. */
struct so_deleter
void operator() (struct so_list *so) const
free_so (so);
/* A unique pointer to a so_list. */
typedef std::unique_ptr<so_list, so_deleter> so_list_up;
/* Find main executable binary file. */
extern gdb::unique_xmalloc_ptr<char> exec_file_find (const char *in_pathname,
int *fd);
/* Find shared library binary file. */
extern gdb::unique_xmalloc_ptr<char> solib_find (const char *in_pathname,
int *fd);
/* Open BFD for shared library file. */
extern gdb_bfd_ref_ptr solib_bfd_fopen (const char *pathname, int fd);
/* Find solib binary file and open it. */
extern gdb_bfd_ref_ptr solib_bfd_open (const char *in_pathname);
/* FIXME: gdbarch needs to control this variable. */
extern struct target_so_ops *current_target_so_ops;