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/* dwarf2dbg.c - DWARF2 debug support
Copyright (C) 1999-2021 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
Contributed by David Mosberger-Tang <davidm@hpl.hp.com>
This file is part of GAS, the GNU Assembler.
GAS 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, or (at your option)
any later version.
GAS 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 GAS; see the file COPYING. If not, write to the Free
Software Foundation, 51 Franklin Street - Fifth Floor, Boston, MA
02110-1301, USA. */
/* Logical line numbers can be controlled by the compiler via the
following directives:
.file FILENO "file.c"
.loc FILENO LINENO [COLUMN] [basic_block] [prologue_end] \
[epilogue_begin] [is_stmt VALUE] [isa VALUE] \
[discriminator VALUE]
*/
#include "as.h"
#include "safe-ctype.h"
#include <limits.h>
#include "dwarf2dbg.h"
#include <filenames.h>
#ifdef HAVE_DOS_BASED_FILE_SYSTEM
/* We need to decide which character to use as a directory separator.
Just because HAVE_DOS_BASED_FILE_SYSTEM is defined, it does not
necessarily mean that the backslash character is the one to use.
Some environments, eg Cygwin, can support both naming conventions.
So we use the heuristic that we only need to use the backslash if
the path is an absolute path starting with a DOS style drive
selector. eg C: or D: */
# define INSERT_DIR_SEPARATOR(string, offset) \
do \
{ \
if (offset > 1 \
&& string[0] != 0 \
&& string[1] == ':') \
string [offset] = '\\'; \
else \
string [offset] = '/'; \
} \
while (0)
#else
# define INSERT_DIR_SEPARATOR(string, offset) string[offset] = '/'
#endif
#ifndef DWARF2_FORMAT
# define DWARF2_FORMAT(SEC) dwarf2_format_32bit
#endif
#ifndef DWARF2_ADDR_SIZE
# define DWARF2_ADDR_SIZE(bfd) (bfd_arch_bits_per_address (bfd) / 8)
#endif
#ifndef DWARF2_FILE_NAME
#define DWARF2_FILE_NAME(FILENAME, DIRNAME) FILENAME
#endif
#ifndef DWARF2_FILE_TIME_NAME
#define DWARF2_FILE_TIME_NAME(FILENAME,DIRNAME) -1
#endif
#ifndef DWARF2_FILE_SIZE_NAME
#define DWARF2_FILE_SIZE_NAME(FILENAME,DIRNAME) -1
#endif
#ifndef DWARF2_VERSION
#define DWARF2_VERSION dwarf_level
#endif
/* The .debug_aranges version has been 2 in DWARF version 2, 3 and 4. */
#ifndef DWARF2_ARANGES_VERSION
#define DWARF2_ARANGES_VERSION 2
#endif
/* This implementation outputs version 3 .debug_line information. */
#ifndef DWARF2_LINE_VERSION
#define DWARF2_LINE_VERSION (dwarf_level > 3 ? dwarf_level : 3)
#endif
/* The .debug_rnglists has only been in DWARF version 5. */
#ifndef DWARF2_RNGLISTS_VERSION
#define DWARF2_RNGLISTS_VERSION 5
#endif
#include "subsegs.h"
#include "dwarf2.h"
/* Since we can't generate the prolog until the body is complete, we
use three different subsegments for .debug_line: one holding the
prolog, one for the directory and filename info, and one for the
body ("statement program"). */
#define DL_PROLOG 0
#define DL_FILES 1
#define DL_BODY 2
/* If linker relaxation might change offsets in the code, the DWARF special
opcodes and variable-length operands cannot be used. If this macro is
nonzero, use the DW_LNS_fixed_advance_pc opcode instead. */
#ifndef DWARF2_USE_FIXED_ADVANCE_PC
# define DWARF2_USE_FIXED_ADVANCE_PC linkrelax
#endif
/* First special line opcode - leave room for the standard opcodes.
Note: If you want to change this, you'll have to update the
"standard_opcode_lengths" table that is emitted below in
out_debug_line(). */
#define DWARF2_LINE_OPCODE_BASE 13
#ifndef DWARF2_LINE_BASE
/* Minimum line offset in a special line info. opcode. This value
was chosen to give a reasonable range of values. */
# define DWARF2_LINE_BASE -5
#endif
/* Range of line offsets in a special line info. opcode. */
#ifndef DWARF2_LINE_RANGE
# define DWARF2_LINE_RANGE 14
#endif
#ifndef DWARF2_LINE_MIN_INSN_LENGTH
/* Define the architecture-dependent minimum instruction length (in
bytes). This value should be rather too small than too big. */
# define DWARF2_LINE_MIN_INSN_LENGTH 1
#endif
/* Flag that indicates the initial value of the is_stmt_start flag. */
#define DWARF2_LINE_DEFAULT_IS_STMT 1
#ifndef DWARF2_LINE_MAX_OPS_PER_INSN
#define DWARF2_LINE_MAX_OPS_PER_INSN 1
#endif
/* Given a special op, return the line skip amount. */
#define SPECIAL_LINE(op) \
(((op) - DWARF2_LINE_OPCODE_BASE)%DWARF2_LINE_RANGE + DWARF2_LINE_BASE)
/* Given a special op, return the address skip amount (in units of
DWARF2_LINE_MIN_INSN_LENGTH. */
#define SPECIAL_ADDR(op) (((op) - DWARF2_LINE_OPCODE_BASE)/DWARF2_LINE_RANGE)
/* The maximum address skip amount that can be encoded with a special op. */
#define MAX_SPECIAL_ADDR_DELTA SPECIAL_ADDR(255)
#ifndef TC_PARSE_CONS_RETURN_NONE
#define TC_PARSE_CONS_RETURN_NONE BFD_RELOC_NONE
#endif
struct line_entry
{
struct line_entry *next;
symbolS *label;
struct dwarf2_line_info loc;
};
/* Don't change the offset of next in line_entry. set_or_check_view
calls in dwarf2_gen_line_info_1 depend on it. */
static char unused[offsetof(struct line_entry, next) ? -1 : 1]
ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED;
struct line_subseg
{
struct line_subseg *next;
subsegT subseg;
struct line_entry *head;
struct line_entry **ptail;
struct line_entry **pmove_tail;
};
struct line_seg
{
struct line_seg *next;
segT seg;
struct line_subseg *head;
symbolS *text_start;
symbolS *text_end;
};
/* Collects data for all line table entries during assembly. */
static struct line_seg *all_segs;
static struct line_seg **last_seg_ptr;
#define NUM_MD5_BYTES 16
struct file_entry
{
const char * filename;
unsigned int dir;
unsigned char md5[NUM_MD5_BYTES];
};
/* Table of files used by .debug_line. */
static struct file_entry *files;
static unsigned int files_in_use;
static unsigned int files_allocated;
static unsigned int num_of_auto_assigned;
/* Table of directories used by .debug_line. */
static char ** dirs = NULL;
static unsigned int dirs_in_use = 0;
static unsigned int dirs_allocated = 0;
/* TRUE when we've seen a .loc directive recently. Used to avoid
doing work when there's nothing to do. Will be reset by
dwarf2_consume_line_info. */
bool dwarf2_loc_directive_seen;
/* TRUE when we've seen any .loc directive at any time during parsing.
Indicates the user wants us to generate a .debug_line section.
Used in dwarf2_finish as sanity check. */
static bool dwarf2_any_loc_directive_seen;
/* TRUE when we're supposed to set the basic block mark whenever a
label is seen. */
bool dwarf2_loc_mark_labels;
/* Current location as indicated by the most recent .loc directive. */
static struct dwarf2_line_info current =
{
1, 1, 0, 0,
DWARF2_LINE_DEFAULT_IS_STMT ? DWARF2_FLAG_IS_STMT : 0,
0, NULL
};
/* This symbol is used to recognize view number forced resets in loc
lists. */
static symbolS *force_reset_view;
/* This symbol evaluates to an expression that, if nonzero, indicates
some view assert check failed. */
static symbolS *view_assert_failed;
/* The size of an address on the target. */
static unsigned int sizeof_address;
#ifndef TC_DWARF2_EMIT_OFFSET
#define TC_DWARF2_EMIT_OFFSET generic_dwarf2_emit_offset
/* Create an offset to .dwarf2_*. */
static void
generic_dwarf2_emit_offset (symbolS *symbol, unsigned int size)
{
expressionS exp;
memset (&exp, 0, sizeof exp);
exp.X_op = O_symbol;
exp.X_add_symbol = symbol;
exp.X_add_number = 0;
emit_expr (&exp, size);
}
#endif
/* Find or create (if CREATE_P) an entry for SEG+SUBSEG in ALL_SEGS. */
static struct line_subseg *
get_line_subseg (segT seg, subsegT subseg, bool create_p)
{
struct line_seg *s = seg_info (seg)->dwarf2_line_seg;
struct line_subseg **pss, *lss;
if (s == NULL)
{
if (!create_p)
return NULL;
s = XNEW (struct line_seg);
s->next = NULL;
s->seg = seg;
s->head = NULL;
*last_seg_ptr = s;
last_seg_ptr = &s->next;
seg_info (seg)->dwarf2_line_seg = s;
}
gas_assert (seg == s->seg);
for (pss = &s->head; (lss = *pss) != NULL ; pss = &lss->next)
{
if (lss->subseg == subseg)
goto found_subseg;
if (lss->subseg > subseg)
break;
}
lss = XNEW (struct line_subseg);
lss->next = *pss;
lss->subseg = subseg;
lss->head = NULL;
lss->ptail = &lss->head;
lss->pmove_tail = &lss->head;
*pss = lss;
found_subseg:
return lss;
}
/* (Un)reverse the line_entry list starting from H. */
static struct line_entry *
reverse_line_entry_list (struct line_entry *h)
{
struct line_entry *p = NULL, *e, *n;
for (e = h; e; e = n)
{
n = e->next;
e->next = p;
p = e;
}
return p;
}
/* Compute the view for E based on the previous entry P. If we
introduce an (undefined) view symbol for P, and H is given (P must
be the tail in this case), introduce view symbols for earlier list
entries as well, until one of them is constant. */
static void
set_or_check_view (struct line_entry *e, struct line_entry *p,
struct line_entry *h)
{
expressionS viewx;
memset (&viewx, 0, sizeof (viewx));
viewx.X_unsigned = 1;
/* First, compute !(E->label > P->label), to tell whether or not
we're to reset the view number. If we can't resolve it to a
constant, keep it symbolic. */
if (!p || (e->loc.view == force_reset_view && force_reset_view))
{
viewx.X_op = O_constant;
viewx.X_add_number = 0;
viewx.X_add_symbol = NULL;
viewx.X_op_symbol = NULL;
}
else
{
viewx.X_op = O_gt;
viewx.X_add_number = 0;
viewx.X_add_symbol = e->label;
viewx.X_op_symbol = p->label;
resolve_expression (&viewx);
if (viewx.X_op == O_constant)
viewx.X_add_number = !viewx.X_add_number;
else
{
viewx.X_add_symbol = make_expr_symbol (&viewx);
viewx.X_add_number = 0;
viewx.X_op_symbol = NULL;
viewx.X_op = O_logical_not;
}
}
if (S_IS_DEFINED (e->loc.view) && symbol_constant_p (e->loc.view))
{
expressionS *value = symbol_get_value_expression (e->loc.view);
/* We can't compare the view numbers at this point, because in
VIEWX we've only determined whether we're to reset it so
far. */
if (viewx.X_op == O_constant)
{
if (!value->X_add_number != !viewx.X_add_number)
as_bad (_("view number mismatch"));
}
/* Record the expression to check it later. It is the result of
a logical not, thus 0 or 1. We just add up all such deferred
expressions, and resolve it at the end. */
else if (!value->X_add_number)
{
symbolS *deferred = make_expr_symbol (&viewx);
if (view_assert_failed)
{
expressionS chk;
memset (&chk, 0, sizeof (chk));
chk.X_unsigned = 1;
chk.X_op = O_add;
chk.X_add_number = 0;
chk.X_add_symbol = view_assert_failed;
chk.X_op_symbol = deferred;
deferred = make_expr_symbol (&chk);
}
view_assert_failed = deferred;
}
}
if (viewx.X_op != O_constant || viewx.X_add_number)
{
expressionS incv;
if (!p->loc.view)
{
p->loc.view = symbol_temp_make ();
gas_assert (!S_IS_DEFINED (p->loc.view));
}
memset (&incv, 0, sizeof (incv));
incv.X_unsigned = 1;
incv.X_op = O_symbol;
incv.X_add_symbol = p->loc.view;
incv.X_add_number = 1;
if (viewx.X_op == O_constant)
{
gas_assert (viewx.X_add_number == 1);
viewx = incv;
}
else
{
viewx.X_add_symbol = make_expr_symbol (&viewx);
viewx.X_add_number = 0;
viewx.X_op_symbol = make_expr_symbol (&incv);
viewx.X_op = O_multiply;
}
}
if (!S_IS_DEFINED (e->loc.view))
{
symbol_set_value_expression (e->loc.view, &viewx);
S_SET_SEGMENT (e->loc.view, expr_section);
symbol_set_frag (e->loc.view, &zero_address_frag);
}
/* Define and attempt to simplify any earlier views needed to
compute E's. */
if (h && p && p->loc.view && !S_IS_DEFINED (p->loc.view))
{
struct line_entry *h2;
/* Reverse the list to avoid quadratic behavior going backwards
in a single-linked list. */
struct line_entry *r = reverse_line_entry_list (h);
gas_assert (r == p);
/* Set or check views until we find a defined or absent view. */
do
{
/* Do not define the head of a (sub?)segment view while
handling others. It would be defined too early, without
regard to the last view of other subsegments.
set_or_check_view will be called for every head segment
that needs it. */
if (r == h)
break;
set_or_check_view (r, r->next, NULL);
}
while (r->next && r->next->loc.view && !S_IS_DEFINED (r->next->loc.view)
&& (r = r->next));
/* Unreverse the list, so that we can go forward again. */
h2 = reverse_line_entry_list (p);
gas_assert (h2 == h);
/* Starting from the last view we just defined, attempt to
simplify the view expressions, until we do so to P. */
do
{
/* The head view of a subsegment may remain undefined while
handling other elements, before it is linked to the last
view of the previous subsegment. */
if (r == h)
continue;
gas_assert (S_IS_DEFINED (r->loc.view));
resolve_expression (symbol_get_value_expression (r->loc.view));
}
while (r != p && (r = r->next));
/* Now that we've defined and computed all earlier views that might
be needed to compute E's, attempt to simplify it. */
resolve_expression (symbol_get_value_expression (e->loc.view));
}
}
/* Record an entry for LOC occurring at LABEL. */
static void
dwarf2_gen_line_info_1 (symbolS *label, struct dwarf2_line_info *loc)
{
struct line_subseg *lss;
struct line_entry *e;
flagword need_flags = SEC_LOAD | SEC_CODE;
/* PR 26850: Do not record LOCs in non-executable or non-loaded
sections. SEC_ALLOC isn't tested for non-ELF because obj-coff.c
obj_coff_section is careless in setting SEC_ALLOC. */
if (IS_ELF)
need_flags |= SEC_ALLOC;
if ((now_seg->flags & need_flags) != need_flags)
{
/* FIXME: Add code to suppress multiple warnings ? */
if (debug_type != DEBUG_DWARF2)
as_warn ("dwarf line number information for %s ignored",
segment_name (now_seg));
return;
}
e = XNEW (struct line_entry);
e->next = NULL;
e->label = label;
e->loc = *loc;
lss = get_line_subseg (now_seg, now_subseg, true);
/* Subseg heads are chained to previous subsegs in
dwarf2_finish. */
if (loc->view && lss->head)
set_or_check_view (e,
(struct line_entry *)lss->ptail,
lss->head);
*lss->ptail = e;
lss->ptail = &e->next;
}
/* Record an entry for LOC occurring at OFS within the current fragment. */
void
dwarf2_gen_line_info (addressT ofs, struct dwarf2_line_info *loc)
{
static unsigned int line = -1;
static unsigned int filenum = -1;
symbolS *sym;
/* Early out for as-yet incomplete location information. */
if (loc->line == 0)
return;
if (loc->filenum == 0)
{
if (dwarf_level < 5)
dwarf_level = 5;
if (DWARF2_LINE_VERSION < 5)
return;
}
/* Don't emit sequences of line symbols for the same line when the
symbols apply to assembler code. It is necessary to emit
duplicate line symbols when a compiler asks for them, because GDB
uses them to determine the end of the prologue. */
if (debug_type == DEBUG_DWARF2
&& line == loc->line && filenum == loc->filenum)
return;
line = loc->line;
filenum = loc->filenum;
if (linkrelax)
{
char name[120];
/* Use a non-fake name for the line number location,
so that it can be referred to by relocations. */
sprintf (name, ".Loc.%u.%u", line, filenum);
sym = symbol_new (name, now_seg, frag_now, ofs);
}
else
sym = symbol_temp_new (now_seg, frag_now, ofs);
dwarf2_gen_line_info_1 (sym, loc);
}
static const char *
get_basename (const char * pathname)
{
const char * file;
file = lbasename (pathname);
/* Don't make empty string from / or A: from A:/ . */
#ifdef HAVE_DOS_BASED_FILE_SYSTEM
if (file <= pathname + 3)
file = pathname;
#else
if (file == pathname + 1)
file = pathname;
#endif
return file;
}
static unsigned int
get_directory_table_entry (const char *dirname,
size_t dirlen,
bool can_use_zero)
{
unsigned int d;
if (dirlen == 0)
return 0;
#ifndef DWARF2_DIR_SHOULD_END_WITH_SEPARATOR
if (IS_DIR_SEPARATOR (dirname[dirlen - 1]))
{
-- dirlen;
if (dirlen == 0)
return 0;
}
#endif
for (d = 0; d < dirs_in_use; ++d)
{
if (dirs[d] != NULL
&& filename_ncmp (dirname, dirs[d], dirlen) == 0
&& dirs[d][dirlen] == '\0')
return d;
}
if (can_use_zero)
{
if (dirs == NULL || dirs[0] == NULL)
d = 0;
}
else if (d == 0)
d = 1;
if (d >= dirs_allocated)
{
unsigned int old = dirs_allocated;
dirs_allocated = d + 32;
dirs = XRESIZEVEC (char *, dirs, dirs_allocated);
memset (dirs + old, 0, (dirs_allocated - old) * sizeof (char *));
}
dirs[d] = xmemdup0 (dirname, dirlen);
if (dirs_in_use <= d)
dirs_in_use = d + 1;
return d;
}
static bool
assign_file_to_slot (unsigned long i, const char *file, unsigned int dir)
{
if (i >= files_allocated)
{
unsigned int old = files_allocated;
files_allocated = i + 32;
/* Catch wraparound. */
if (files_allocated <= old)
{
as_bad (_("file number %lu is too big"), (unsigned long) i);
return false;
}
files = XRESIZEVEC (struct file_entry, files, files_allocated);
memset (files + old, 0, (i + 32 - old) * sizeof (struct file_entry));
}
files[i].filename = file;
files[i].dir = dir;
memset (files[i].md5, 0, NUM_MD5_BYTES);
if (files_in_use < i + 1)
files_in_use = i + 1;
return true;
}
/* Get a .debug_line file number for PATHNAME. If there is a
directory component to PATHNAME, then this will be stored
in the directory table, if it is not already present.
Returns the slot number allocated to that filename or -1
if there was a problem. */
static signed int
allocate_filenum (const char * pathname)
{
static signed int last_used = -1, last_used_dir_len = 0;
const char *file;
size_t dir_len;
unsigned int i, dir;
/* Short circuit the common case of adding the same pathname
as last time. */
if (last_used != -1)
{
const char * dirname = NULL;
if (dirs != NULL)
dirname = dirs[files[last_used].dir];
if (dirname == NULL)
{
if (filename_cmp (pathname, files[last_used].filename) == 0)
return last_used;
}
else
{
if (filename_ncmp (pathname, dirname, last_used_dir_len) == 0
&& IS_DIR_SEPARATOR (pathname [last_used_dir_len])
&& filename_cmp (pathname + last_used_dir_len + 1,
files[last_used].filename) == 0)
return last_used;
}
}
file = get_basename (pathname);
dir_len = file - pathname;
dir = get_directory_table_entry (pathname, dir_len, false);
/* Do not use slot-0. That is specifically reserved for use by
the '.file 0 "name"' directive. */
for (i = 1; i < files_in_use; ++i)
if (files[i].dir == dir
&& files[i].filename
&& filename_cmp (file, files[i].filename) == 0)
{
last_used = i;
last_used_dir_len = dir_len;
return i;
}
if (!assign_file_to_slot (i, file, dir))
return -1;
num_of_auto_assigned++;
last_used = i;
last_used_dir_len = dir_len;
return i;
}
/* Allocate slot NUM in the .debug_line file table to FILENAME.
If DIRNAME is not NULL or there is a directory component to FILENAME
then this will be stored in the directory table, if not already present.
if WITH_MD5 is TRUE then there is a md5 value in generic_bignum.
Returns TRUE if allocation succeeded, FALSE otherwise. */
static bool
allocate_filename_to_slot (const char *dirname,
const char *filename,
unsigned int num,
bool with_md5)
{
const char *file;
size_t dirlen;
unsigned int i, d;
/* Short circuit the common case of adding the same pathname
as last time. */
if (num < files_allocated && files[num].filename != NULL)
{
const char * dir = NULL;
if (dirs != NULL)
dir = dirs[files[num].dir];
if (with_md5
&& memcmp (generic_bignum, files[num].md5, NUM_MD5_BYTES) != 0)
goto fail;
if (dirname != NULL)
{
if (dir != NULL && filename_cmp (dir, dirname) != 0)
goto fail;
if (filename_cmp (filename, files[num].filename) != 0)
goto fail;
/* If the filenames match, but the directory table entry was
empty, then fill it with the provided directory name. */
if (dir == NULL)
{
if (dirs == NULL)
{
dirs_allocated = files[num].dir + 32;
dirs = XCNEWVEC (char *, dirs_allocated);
}
dirs[files[num].dir] = xmemdup0 (dirname, strlen (dirname));
}
return true;
}
else if (dir != NULL)
{
dirlen = strlen (dir);
if (filename_ncmp (filename, dir, dirlen) == 0
&& IS_DIR_SEPARATOR (filename [dirlen])
&& filename_cmp (filename + dirlen + 1, files[num].filename) == 0)
return true;
}
else /* dir == NULL */
{
file = get_basename (filename);
if (filename_cmp (file, files[num].filename) == 0)
{
/* The filenames match, but the directory table entry is empty.
Fill it with the provided directory name. */
if (file > filename)
{
if (dirs == NULL)
{
dirs_allocated = files[num].dir + 32;
dirs = XCNEWVEC (char *, dirs_allocated);
}
dirs[files[num].dir] = xmemdup0 (filename, file - filename);
}
return true;
}
}
fail:
as_bad (_("file table slot %u is already occupied by a different file (%s%s%s vs %s%s%s)"),
num,
dir == NULL ? "" : dir,
dir == NULL ? "" : "/",
files[num].filename,
dirname == NULL ? "" : dirname,
dirname == NULL ? "" : "/",
filename);
return false;
}
if (dirname == NULL)
{
dirname = filename;
file = get_basename (filename);
dirlen = file - filename;
}
else
{
dirlen = strlen (dirname);
file = filename;
}
d = get_directory_table_entry (dirname, dirlen, num == 0);
i = num;
if (! assign_file_to_slot (i, file, d))
return false;
if (with_md5)
{
if (target_big_endian)
{
/* md5's are stored in litte endian format. */
unsigned int bits_remaining = NUM_MD5_BYTES * BITS_PER_CHAR;
unsigned int byte = NUM_MD5_BYTES;
unsigned int bignum_index = 0;
while (bits_remaining)
{
unsigned int bignum_bits_remaining = LITTLENUM_NUMBER_OF_BITS;
valueT bignum_value = generic_bignum [bignum_index];
bignum_index ++;
while (bignum_bits_remaining)
{
files[i].md5[--byte] = bignum_value & 0xff;
bignum_value >>= 8;
bignum_bits_remaining -= 8;
bits_remaining -= 8;
}
}
}
else
{
unsigned int bits_remaining = NUM_MD5_BYTES * BITS_PER_CHAR;
unsigned int byte = 0;
unsigned int bignum_index = 0;
while (bits_remaining)
{
unsigned int bignum_bits_remaining = LITTLENUM_NUMBER_OF_BITS;
valueT bignum_value = generic_bignum [bignum_index];
bignum_index ++;
while (bignum_bits_remaining)
{
files[i].md5[byte++] = bignum_value & 0xff;
bignum_value >>= 8;
bignum_bits_remaining -= 8;
bits_remaining -= 8;
}
}
}
}
else
memset (files[i].md5, 0, NUM_MD5_BYTES);
return true;
}
/* Returns the current source information. If .file directives have
been encountered, the info for the corresponding source file is
returned. Otherwise, the info for the assembly source file is
returned. */
void
dwarf2_where (struct dwarf2_line_info *line)
{
if (debug_type == DEBUG_DWARF2)
{
const char *filename;
memset (line, 0, sizeof (*line));
filename = as_where (&line->line);
line->filenum = allocate_filenum (filename);
/* FIXME: We should check the return value from allocate_filenum. */
line->column = 0;
line->flags = DWARF2_FLAG_IS_STMT;
line->isa = current.isa;
line->discriminator = current.discriminator;
line->view = NULL;
}
else
*line = current;
}
/* A hook to allow the target backend to inform the line number state
machine of isa changes when assembler debug info is enabled. */
void
dwarf2_set_isa (unsigned int isa)
{
current.isa = isa;
}
/* Called for each machine instruction, or relatively atomic group of
machine instructions (ie built-in macro). The instruction or group
is SIZE bytes in length. If dwarf2 line number generation is called
for, emit a line statement appropriately. */
void
dwarf2_emit_insn (int size)
{
struct dwarf2_line_info loc;
if (debug_type != DEBUG_DWARF2
? !dwarf2_loc_directive_seen
: !seen_at_least_1_file ())
return;
dwarf2_where (&loc);
dwarf2_gen_line_info ((frag_now_fix_octets () - size) / OCTETS_PER_BYTE, &loc);
dwarf2_consume_line_info ();
}
/* Move all previously-emitted line entries for the current position by
DELTA bytes. This function cannot be used to move the same entries
twice. */
void
dwarf2_move_insn (int delta)
{
struct line_subseg *lss;
struct line_entry *e;
valueT now;
if (delta == 0)
return;
lss = get_line_subseg (now_seg, now_subseg, false);
if (!lss)
return;
now = frag_now_fix ();
while ((e = *lss->pmove_tail))
{
if (S_GET_VALUE (e->label) == now)
S_SET_VALUE (e->label, now + delta);
lss->pmove_tail = &e->next;
}
}
/* Called after the current line information has been either used with
dwarf2_gen_line_info or saved with a machine instruction for later use.
This resets the state of the line number information to reflect that
it has been used. */
void
dwarf2_consume_line_info (void)
{
/* Unless we generate DWARF2 debugging information for each
assembler line, we only emit one line symbol for one LOC. */
dwarf2_loc_directive_seen = false;
current.flags &= ~(DWARF2_FLAG_BASIC_BLOCK
| DWARF2_FLAG_PROLOGUE_END
| DWARF2_FLAG_EPILOGUE_BEGIN);
current.discriminator = 0;
current.view = NULL;
}
/* Called for each (preferably code) label. If dwarf2_loc_mark_labels
is enabled, emit a basic block marker. */
void
dwarf2_emit_label (symbolS *label)
{
struct dwarf2_line_info loc;
if (!dwarf2_loc_mark_labels)
return;
if (S_GET_SEGMENT (label) != now_seg)
return;
if (!(bfd_section_flags (now_seg) & SEC_CODE))
return;
if (files_in_use == 0 && debug_type != DEBUG_DWARF2)
return;
dwarf2_where (&loc);
loc.flags |= DWARF2_FLAG_BASIC_BLOCK;
dwarf2_gen_line_info_1 (label, &loc);
dwarf2_consume_line_info ();
}
/* Handle two forms of .file directive:
- Pass .file "source.c" to s_app_file
- Handle .file 1 "source.c" by adding an entry to the DWARF-2 file table
If an entry is added to the file table, return a pointer to the filename. */
char *
dwarf2_directive_filename (void)
{
bool with_md5 = false;
valueT num;
char *filename;
const char * dirname = NULL;
int filename_len;
unsigned int i;
/* Continue to accept a bare string and pass it off. */
SKIP_WHITESPACE ();
if (*input_line_pointer == '"')
{
s_app_file (0);
return NULL;
}
num = get_absolute_expression ();
if ((offsetT) num < 1)
{
if (num == 0 && dwarf_level < 5)
dwarf_level = 5;
if ((offsetT) num < 0 || DWARF2_LINE_VERSION < 5)
{
as_bad (_("file number less than one"));
ignore_rest_of_line ();
return NULL;
}
}
/* FIXME: Should we allow ".file <N>\n" as an expression meaning
"switch back to the already allocated file <N> as the current
file" ? */
filename = demand_copy_C_string (&filename_len);
if (filename == NULL)
/* demand_copy_C_string will have already generated an error message. */
return NULL;
/* For DWARF-5 support we also accept:
.file <NUM> ["<dir>"] "<file>" [md5 <NUM>] */
if (DWARF2_LINE_VERSION > 4)
{
SKIP_WHITESPACE ();
if (*input_line_pointer == '"')
{
dirname = filename;
filename = demand_copy_C_string (&filename_len);
SKIP_WHITESPACE ();
}
if (startswith (input_line_pointer, "md5"))
{
input_line_pointer += 3;
SKIP_WHITESPACE ();
expressionS exp;
expression_and_evaluate (& exp);
if (exp.X_op != O_big)
as_bad (_("md5 value too small or not a constant"));
else
with_md5 = true;
}
}
demand_empty_rest_of_line ();
/* A .file directive implies compiler generated debug information is
being supplied. Turn off gas generated debug info. */
debug_type = DEBUG_NONE;
if (num != (unsigned int) num
|| num >= (size_t) -1 / sizeof (struct file_entry) - 32)
{
as_bad (_("file number %lu is too big"), (unsigned long) num);
return NULL;
}
if (num_of_auto_assigned)
{
/* Clear slots auto-assigned before the first .file <NUMBER>
directive was seen. */
if (files_in_use != (num_of_auto_assigned + 1))
abort ();
for (i = 1; i < files_in_use; i++)
files[i].filename = NULL;
files_in_use = 0;
num_of_auto_assigned = 0;
}
if (! allocate_filename_to_slot (dirname, filename, (unsigned int) num,
with_md5))
return NULL;
return filename;
}
/* Calls dwarf2_directive_filename, but discards its result.
Used in pseudo-op tables where the function result is ignored. */
void
dwarf2_directive_file (int dummy ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED)
{
(void) dwarf2_directive_filename ();
}
void
dwarf2_directive_loc (int dummy ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED)
{
offsetT filenum, line;
/* If we see two .loc directives in a row, force the first one to be
output now. */
if (dwarf2_loc_directive_seen)
dwarf2_emit_insn (0);
filenum = get_absolute_expression ();
SKIP_WHITESPACE ();
line = get_absolute_expression ();
if (filenum < 1)
{
if (filenum == 0 && dwarf_level < 5)
dwarf_level = 5;
if (filenum < 0 || DWARF2_LINE_VERSION < 5)
{
as_bad (_("file number less than one"));
return;
}
}
if ((valueT) filenum >= files_in_use || files[filenum].filename == NULL)
{
as_bad (_("unassigned file number %ld"), (long) filenum);
return;
}
current.filenum = filenum;
current.line = line;
current.discriminator = 0;
#ifndef NO_LISTING
if (listing)
{
if (files[filenum].dir)
{
size_t dir_len = strlen (dirs[files[filenum].dir]);
size_t file_len = strlen (files[filenum].filename);
char *cp = XNEWVEC (char, dir_len + 1 + file_len + 1);
memcpy (cp, dirs[files[filenum].dir], dir_len);
INSERT_DIR_SEPARATOR (cp, dir_len);
memcpy (cp + dir_len + 1, files[filenum].filename, file_len);
cp[dir_len + file_len + 1] = '\0';
listing_source_file (cp);
free (cp);
}
else
listing_source_file (files[filenum].filename);
listing_source_line (line);
}
#endif
SKIP_WHITESPACE ();
if (ISDIGIT (*input_line_pointer))
{
current.column = get_absolute_expression ();
SKIP_WHITESPACE ();
}
while (ISALPHA (*input_line_pointer))
{
char *p, c;
offsetT value;
c = get_symbol_name (& p);
if (strcmp (p, "basic_block") == 0)
{
current.flags |= DWARF2_FLAG_BASIC_BLOCK;
*input_line_pointer = c;
}
else if (strcmp (p, "prologue_end") == 0)
{
current.flags |= DWARF2_FLAG_PROLOGUE_END;
*input_line_pointer = c;
}
else if (strcmp (p, "epilogue_begin") == 0)
{
current.flags |= DWARF2_FLAG_EPILOGUE_BEGIN;
*input_line_pointer = c;
}
else if (strcmp (p, "is_stmt") == 0)
{
(void) restore_line_pointer (c);
value = get_absolute_expression ();
if (value == 0)
current.flags &= ~DWARF2_FLAG_IS_STMT;
else if (value == 1)
current.flags |= DWARF2_FLAG_IS_STMT;
else
{
as_bad (_("is_stmt value not 0 or 1"));
return;
}
}
else if (strcmp (p, "isa") == 0)
{
(void) restore_line_pointer (c);
value = get_absolute_expression ();
if (value >= 0)
current.isa = value;
else
{
as_bad (_("isa number less than zero"));
return;
}
}
else if (strcmp (p, "discriminator") == 0)
{
(void) restore_line_pointer (c);
value = get_absolute_expression ();
if (value >= 0)
current.discriminator = value;
else
{
as_bad (_("discriminator less than zero"));
return;
}
}
else if (strcmp (p, "view") == 0)
{
symbolS *sym;
(void) restore_line_pointer (c);
SKIP_WHITESPACE ();
if (ISDIGIT (*input_line_pointer)
|| *input_line_pointer == '-')
{
bool force_reset = *input_line_pointer == '-';
value = get_absolute_expression ();
if (value != 0)
{
as_bad (_("numeric view can only be asserted to zero"));
return;
}
if (force_reset && force_reset_view)
sym = force_reset_view;
else
{
sym = symbol_temp_new (absolute_section, &zero_address_frag,
value);
if (force_reset)
force_reset_view = sym;
}
}
else
{
char *name = read_symbol_name ();
if (!name)
return;
sym = symbol_find_or_make (name);
if (S_IS_DEFINED (sym) || symbol_equated_p (sym))
{
if (S_IS_VOLATILE (sym))
sym = symbol_clone (sym, 1);
else if (!S_CAN_BE_REDEFINED (sym))
{
as_bad (_("symbol `%s' is already defined"), name);
return;
}
}
S_SET_SEGMENT (sym, undefined_section);
S_SET_VALUE (sym, 0);
symbol_set_frag (sym, &zero_address_frag);
}
current.view = sym;
}
else
{
as_bad (_("unknown .loc sub-directive `%s'"), p);
(void) restore_line_pointer (c);
return;
}
SKIP_WHITESPACE_AFTER_NAME ();
}
demand_empty_rest_of_line ();
dwarf2_any_loc_directive_seen = dwarf2_loc_directive_seen = true;
debug_type = DEBUG_NONE;
/* If we were given a view id, emit the row right away. */
if (current.view)
dwarf2_emit_insn (0);
}
void
dwarf2_directive_loc_mark_labels (int dummy ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED)
{
offsetT value = get_absolute_expression ();
if (value != 0 && value != 1)
{
as_bad (_("expected 0 or 1"));
ignore_rest_of_line ();
}
else
{
dwarf2_loc_mark_labels = value != 0;
demand_empty_rest_of_line ();
}
}
static struct frag *
first_frag_for_seg (segT seg)
{
return seg_info (seg)->frchainP->frch_root;
}
static struct frag *
last_frag_for_seg (segT seg)
{
frchainS *f = seg_info (seg)->frchainP;
while (f->frch_next != NULL)
f = f->frch_next;
return f->frch_last;
}
/* Emit a single byte into the current segment. */
static inline void
out_byte (int byte)
{
FRAG_APPEND_1_CHAR (byte);
}
/* Emit a statement program opcode into the current segment. */
static inline void
out_opcode (int opc)
{
out_byte (opc);
}
/* Emit a two-byte word into the current segment. */
static inline void
out_two (int data)
{
md_number_to_chars (frag_more (2), data, 2);
}
/* Emit a four byte word into the current segment. */
static inline void
out_four (int data)
{
md_number_to_chars (frag_more (4), data, 4);
}
/* Emit an unsigned "little-endian base 128" number. */
static void
out_uleb128 (addressT value)
{
output_leb128 (frag_more (sizeof_leb128 (value, 0)), value, 0);
}
/* Emit a signed "little-endian base 128" number. */
static void
out_leb128 (addressT value)
{
output_leb128 (frag_more (sizeof_leb128 (value, 1)), value, 1);
}
/* Emit a tuple for .debug_abbrev. */
static inline void
out_abbrev (int name, int form)
{
out_uleb128 (name);
out_uleb128 (form);
}
/* Get the size of a fragment. */
static offsetT
get_frag_fix (fragS *frag, segT seg)
{
frchainS *fr;
if (frag->fr_next)
return frag->fr_fix;
/* If a fragment is the last in the chain, special measures must be
taken to find its size before relaxation, since it may be pending
on some subsegment chain. */
for (fr = seg_info (seg)->frchainP; fr; fr = fr->frch_next)
if (fr->frch_last == frag)
return (char *) obstack_next_free (&fr->frch_obstack) - frag->fr_literal;
abort ();
}
/* Set an absolute address (may result in a relocation entry). */
static void
out_set_addr (symbolS *sym)
{
expressionS exp;
memset (&exp, 0, sizeof exp);
out_opcode (DW_LNS_extended_op);
out_uleb128 (sizeof_address + 1);
out_opcode (DW_LNE_set_address);
exp.X_op = O_symbol;
exp.X_add_symbol = sym;
exp.X_add_number = 0;
emit_expr (&exp, sizeof_address);
}
static void scale_addr_delta (addressT *);
static void
scale_addr_delta (addressT *addr_delta)
{
static int printed_this = 0;
if (DWARF2_LINE_MIN_INSN_LENGTH > 1)
{
if (*addr_delta % DWARF2_LINE_MIN_INSN_LENGTH != 0 && !printed_this)
{
as_bad("unaligned opcodes detected in executable segment");
printed_this = 1;
}
*addr_delta /= DWARF2_LINE_MIN_INSN_LENGTH;
}
}
/* Encode a pair of line and address skips as efficiently as possible.
Note that the line skip is signed, whereas the address skip is unsigned.
The following two routines *must* be kept in sync. This is
enforced by making emit_inc_line_addr abort if we do not emit
exactly the expected number of bytes. */
static int
size_inc_line_addr (int line_delta, addressT addr_delta)
{
unsigned int tmp, opcode;
int len = 0;
/* Scale the address delta by the minimum instruction length. */
scale_addr_delta (&addr_delta);
/* INT_MAX is a signal that this is actually a DW_LNE_end_sequence.
We cannot use special opcodes here, since we want the end_sequence
to emit the matrix entry. */
if (line_delta == INT_MAX)
{
if (addr_delta == MAX_SPECIAL_ADDR_DELTA)
len = 1;
else if (addr_delta)
len = 1 + sizeof_leb128 (addr_delta, 0);
return len + 3;
}
/* Bias the line delta by the base. */
tmp = line_delta - DWARF2_LINE_BASE;
/* If the line increment is out of range of a special opcode, we
must encode it with DW_LNS_advance_line. */
if (tmp >= DWARF2_LINE_RANGE)
{
len = 1 + sizeof_leb128 (line_delta, 1);
line_delta = 0;
tmp = 0 - DWARF2_LINE_BASE;
}
/* Bias the opcode by the special opcode base. */
tmp += DWARF2_LINE_OPCODE_BASE;
/* Avoid overflow when addr_delta is large. */
if (addr_delta < 256 + MAX_SPECIAL_ADDR_DELTA)
{
/* Try using a special opcode. */
opcode = tmp + addr_delta * DWARF2_LINE_RANGE;
if (opcode <= 255)
return len + 1;
/* Try using DW_LNS_const_add_pc followed by special op. */
opcode = tmp + (addr_delta - MAX_SPECIAL_ADDR_DELTA) * DWARF2_LINE_RANGE;
if (opcode <= 255)
return len + 2;
}
/* Otherwise use DW_LNS_advance_pc. */
len += 1 + sizeof_leb128 (addr_delta, 0);
/* DW_LNS_copy or special opcode. */
len += 1;
return len;
}
static void
emit_inc_line_addr (int line_delta, addressT addr_delta, char *p, int len)
{
unsigned int tmp, opcode;
int need_copy = 0;
char *end = p + len;
/* Line number sequences cannot go backward in addresses. This means
we've incorrectly ordered the statements in the sequence. */
gas_assert ((offsetT) addr_delta >= 0);
/* Scale the address delta by the minimum instruction length. */
scale_addr_delta (&addr_delta);
/* INT_MAX is a signal that this is actually a DW_LNE_end_sequence.
We cannot use special opcodes here, since we want the end_sequence
to emit the matrix entry. */
if (line_delta == INT_MAX)
{
if (addr_delta == MAX_SPECIAL_ADDR_DELTA)
*p++ = DW_LNS_const_add_pc;
else if (addr_delta)
{
*p++ = DW_LNS_advance_pc;
p += output_leb128 (p, addr_delta, 0);
}
*p++ = DW_LNS_extended_op;
*p++ = 1;
*p++ = DW_LNE_end_sequence;
goto done;
}
/* Bias the line delta by the base. */
tmp = line_delta - DWARF2_LINE_BASE;
/* If the line increment is out of range of a special opcode, we
must encode it with DW_LNS_advance_line. */
if (tmp >= DWARF2_LINE_RANGE)
{
*p++ = DW_LNS_advance_line;
p += output_leb128 (p, line_delta, 1);
line_delta = 0;
tmp = 0 - DWARF2_LINE_BASE;
need_copy = 1;
}
/* Prettier, I think, to use DW_LNS_copy instead of a "line +0, addr +0"
special opcode. */
if (line_delta == 0 && addr_delta == 0)
{
*p++ = DW_LNS_copy;
goto done;
}
/* Bias the opcode by the special opcode base. */
tmp += DWARF2_LINE_OPCODE_BASE;
/* Avoid overflow when addr_delta is large. */
if (addr_delta < 256 + MAX_SPECIAL_ADDR_DELTA)
{
/* Try using a special opcode. */
opcode = tmp + addr_delta * DWARF2_LINE_RANGE;
if (opcode <= 255)
{
*p++ = opcode;
goto done;
}
/* Try using DW_LNS_const_add_pc followed by special op. */
opcode = tmp + (addr_delta - MAX_SPECIAL_ADDR_DELTA) * DWARF2_LINE_RANGE;
if (opcode <= 255)
{
*p++ = DW_LNS_const_add_pc;
*p++ = opcode;
goto done;
}
}
/* Otherwise use DW_LNS_advance_pc. */
*p++ = DW_LNS_advance_pc;
p += output_leb128 (p, addr_delta, 0);
if (need_copy)
*p++ = DW_LNS_copy;
else
*p++ = tmp;
done:
gas_assert (p == end);
}
/* Handy routine to combine calls to the above two routines. */
static void
out_inc_line_addr (int line_delta, addressT addr_delta)
{
int len = size_inc_line_addr (line_delta, addr_delta);
emit_inc_line_addr (line_delta, addr_delta, frag_more (len), len);
}
/* Write out an alternative form of line and address skips using
DW_LNS_fixed_advance_pc opcodes. This uses more space than the default
line and address information, but it is required if linker relaxation
could change the code offsets. The following two routines *must* be
kept in sync. */
#define ADDR_DELTA_LIMIT 50000
static int
size_fixed_inc_line_addr (int line_delta, addressT addr_delta)
{
int len = 0;
/* INT_MAX is a signal that this is actually a DW_LNE_end_sequence. */
if (line_delta != INT_MAX)
len = 1 + sizeof_leb128 (line_delta, 1);
if (addr_delta > ADDR_DELTA_LIMIT)
{
/* DW_LNS_extended_op */
len += 1 + sizeof_leb128 (sizeof_address + 1, 0);
/* DW_LNE_set_address */
len += 1 + sizeof_address;
}
else
/* DW_LNS_fixed_advance_pc */
len += 3;
if (line_delta == INT_MAX)
/* DW_LNS_extended_op + DW_LNE_end_sequence */
len += 3;
else
/* DW_LNS_copy */
len += 1;
return len;
}
static void
emit_fixed_inc_line_addr (int line_delta, addressT addr_delta, fragS *frag,
char *p, int len)
{
expressionS *pexp;
char *end = p + len;
/* Line number sequences cannot go backward in addresses. This means
we've incorrectly ordered the statements in the sequence. */
gas_assert ((offsetT) addr_delta >= 0);
/* Verify that we have kept in sync with size_fixed_inc_line_addr. */
gas_assert (len == size_fixed_inc_line_addr (line_delta, addr_delta));
/* INT_MAX is a signal that this is actually a DW_LNE_end_sequence. */
if (line_delta != INT_MAX)
{
*p++ = DW_LNS_advance_line;
p += output_leb128 (p, line_delta, 1);
}
pexp = symbol_get_value_expression (frag->fr_symbol);
/* The DW_LNS_fixed_advance_pc opcode has a 2-byte operand so it can
advance the address by at most 64K. Linker relaxation (without
which this function would not be used) could change the operand by
an unknown amount. If the address increment is getting close to
the limit, just reset the address. */
if (addr_delta > ADDR_DELTA_LIMIT)
{
symbolS *to_sym;
expressionS exp;
memset (&exp, 0, sizeof exp);
gas_assert (pexp->X_op == O_subtract);
to_sym = pexp->X_add_symbol;
*p++ = DW_LNS_extended_op;
p += output_leb128 (p, sizeof_address + 1, 0);
*p++ = DW_LNE_set_address;
exp.X_op = O_symbol;
exp.X_add_symbol = to_sym;
exp.X_add_number = 0;
emit_expr_fix (&exp, sizeof_address, frag, p, TC_PARSE_CONS_RETURN_NONE);
p += sizeof_address;
}
else
{
*p++ = DW_LNS_fixed_advance_pc;
emit_expr_fix (pexp, 2, frag, p, TC_PARSE_CONS_RETURN_NONE);
p += 2;
}
if (line_delta == INT_MAX)
{
*p++ = DW_LNS_extended_op;
*p++ = 1;
*p++ = DW_LNE_end_sequence;
}
else
*p++ = DW_LNS_copy;
gas_assert (p == end);
}
/* Generate a variant frag that we can use to relax address/line
increments between fragments of the target segment. */
static void
relax_inc_line_addr (int line_delta, symbolS *to_sym, symbolS *from_sym)
{
expressionS exp;
int max_chars;
memset (&exp, 0, sizeof exp);
exp.X_op = O_subtract;
exp.X_add_symbol = to_sym;
exp.X_op_symbol = from_sym;
exp.X_add_number = 0;
/* The maximum size of the frag is the line delta with a maximum
sized address delta. */
if (DWARF2_USE_FIXED_ADVANCE_PC)
max_chars = size_fixed_inc_line_addr (line_delta,
-DWARF2_LINE_MIN_INSN_LENGTH);
else
max_chars = size_inc_line_addr (line_delta, -DWARF2_LINE_MIN_INSN_LENGTH);
frag_var (rs_dwarf2dbg, max_chars, max_chars, 1,
make_expr_symbol (&exp), line_delta, NULL);
}
/* The function estimates the size of a rs_dwarf2dbg variant frag
based on the current values of the symbols. It is called before
the relaxation loop. We set fr_subtype to the expected length. */
int
dwarf2dbg_estimate_size_before_relax (fragS *frag)
{
offsetT addr_delta;
int size;
addr_delta = resolve_symbol_value (frag->fr_symbol);
if (DWARF2_USE_FIXED_ADVANCE_PC)
size = size_fixed_inc_line_addr (frag->fr_offset, addr_delta);
else
size = size_inc_line_addr (frag->fr_offset, addr_delta);
frag->fr_subtype = size;
return size;
}
/* This function relaxes a rs_dwarf2dbg variant frag based on the
current values of the symbols. fr_subtype is the current length
of the frag. This returns the change in frag length. */
int
dwarf2dbg_relax_frag (fragS *frag)
{
int old_size, new_size;
old_size = frag->fr_subtype;
new_size = dwarf2dbg_estimate_size_before_relax (frag);
return new_size - old_size;
}
/* This function converts a rs_dwarf2dbg variant frag into a normal
fill frag. This is called after all relaxation has been done.
fr_subtype will be the desired length of the frag. */
void
dwarf2dbg_convert_frag (fragS *frag)
{
offsetT addr_diff;
if (DWARF2_USE_FIXED_ADVANCE_PC)
{
/* If linker relaxation is enabled then the distance between the two
symbols in the frag->fr_symbol expression might change. Hence we
cannot rely upon the value computed by resolve_symbol_value.
Instead we leave the expression unfinalized and allow
emit_fixed_inc_line_addr to create a fixup (which later becomes a
relocation) that will allow the linker to correctly compute the
actual address difference. We have to use a fixed line advance for
this as we cannot (easily) relocate leb128 encoded values. */
int saved_finalize_syms = finalize_syms;
finalize_syms = 0;
addr_diff = resolve_symbol_value (frag->fr_symbol);
finalize_syms = saved_finalize_syms;
}
else
addr_diff = resolve_symbol_value (frag->fr_symbol);
/* fr_var carries the max_chars that we created the fragment with.
fr_subtype carries the current expected length. We must, of
course, have allocated enough memory earlier. */
gas_assert (frag->fr_var >= (int) frag->fr_subtype);
if (DWARF2_USE_FIXED_ADVANCE_PC)
emit_fixed_inc_line_addr (frag->fr_offset, addr_diff, frag,
frag->fr_literal + frag->fr_fix,
frag->fr_subtype);
else
emit_inc_line_addr (frag->fr_offset, addr_diff,
frag->fr_literal + frag->fr_fix, frag->fr_subtype);
frag->fr_fix += frag->fr_subtype;
frag->fr_type = rs_fill;
frag->fr_var = 0;
frag->fr_offset = 0;
}
/* Generate .debug_line content for the chain of line number entries
beginning at E, for segment SEG. */
static void
process_entries (segT seg, struct line_entry *e)
{
unsigned filenum = 1;
unsigned line = 1;
unsigned column = 0;
unsigned isa = 0;
unsigned flags = DWARF2_LINE_DEFAULT_IS_STMT ? DWARF2_FLAG_IS_STMT : 0;
fragS *last_frag = NULL, *frag;
addressT last_frag_ofs = 0, frag_ofs;
symbolS *last_lab = NULL, *lab;
struct line_entry *next;
if (flag_dwarf_sections)
{
char * name;
const char * sec_name;
/* Switch to the relevant sub-section before we start to emit
the line number table.
FIXME: These sub-sections do not have a normal Line Number
Program Header, thus strictly speaking they are not valid
DWARF sections. Unfortunately the DWARF standard assumes
a one-to-one relationship between compilation units and
line number tables. Thus we have to have a .debug_line
section, as well as our sub-sections, and we have to ensure
that all of the sub-sections are merged into a proper
.debug_line section before a debugger sees them. */
sec_name = bfd_section_name (seg);
if (strcmp (sec_name, ".text") != 0)
{
name = concat (".debug_line", sec_name, (char *) NULL);
subseg_set (subseg_get (name, false), 0);
}
else
/* Don't create a .debug_line.text section -
that is redundant. Instead just switch back to the
normal .debug_line section. */
subseg_set (subseg_get (".debug_line", false), 0);
}
do
{
int line_delta;
if (filenum != e->loc.filenum)
{
filenum = e->loc.filenum;
out_opcode (DW_LNS_set_file);
out_uleb128 (filenum);
}
if (column != e->loc.column)
{
column = e->loc.column;
out_opcode (DW_LNS_set_column);
out_uleb128 (column);
}
if (e->loc.discriminator != 0)
{
out_opcode (DW_LNS_extended_op);
out_leb128 (1 + sizeof_leb128 (e->loc.discriminator, 0));
out_opcode (DW_LNE_set_discriminator);
out_uleb128 (e->loc.discriminator);
}
if (isa != e->loc.isa)
{
isa = e->loc.isa;
out_opcode (DW_LNS_set_isa);
out_uleb128 (isa);
}
if ((e->loc.flags ^ flags) & DWARF2_FLAG_IS_STMT)
{
flags = e->loc.flags;
out_opcode (DW_LNS_negate_stmt);
}
if (e->loc.flags & DWARF2_FLAG_BASIC_BLOCK)
out_opcode (DW_LNS_set_basic_block);
if (e->loc.flags & DWARF2_FLAG_PROLOGUE_END)
out_opcode (DW_LNS_set_prologue_end);
if (e->loc.flags & DWARF2_FLAG_EPILOGUE_BEGIN)
out_opcode (DW_LNS_set_epilogue_begin);
/* Don't try to optimize away redundant entries; gdb wants two
entries for a function where the code starts on the same line as
the {, and there's no way to identify that case here. Trust gcc
to optimize appropriately. */
line_delta = e->loc.line - line;
lab = e->label;
frag = symbol_get_frag (lab);
frag_ofs = S_GET_VALUE (lab);
if (last_frag == NULL
|| (e->loc.view == force_reset_view && force_reset_view
/* If we're going to reset the view, but we know we're
advancing the PC, we don't have to force with
set_address. We know we do when we're at the same
address of the same frag, and we know we might when
we're in the beginning of a frag, and we were at the
end of the previous frag. */
&& (frag == last_frag
? (last_frag_ofs == frag_ofs)
: (frag_ofs == 0
&& ((offsetT)last_frag_ofs
>= get_frag_fix (last_frag, seg))))))
{
out_set_addr (lab);
out_inc_line_addr (line_delta, 0);
}
else if (frag == last_frag && ! DWARF2_USE_FIXED_ADVANCE_PC)
out_inc_line_addr (line_delta, frag_ofs - last_frag_ofs);
else
relax_inc_line_addr (line_delta, lab, last_lab);
line = e->loc.line;
last_lab = lab;
last_frag = frag;
last_frag_ofs = frag_ofs;
next = e->next;
free (e);
e = next;
}
while (e);
/* Emit a DW_LNE_end_sequence for the end of the section. */
frag = last_frag_for_seg (seg);
frag_ofs = get_frag_fix (frag, seg);
if (frag == last_frag && ! DWARF2_USE_FIXED_ADVANCE_PC)
out_inc_line_addr (INT_MAX, frag_ofs - last_frag_ofs);
else
{
lab = symbol_temp_new (seg, frag, frag_ofs);
relax_inc_line_addr (INT_MAX, lab, last_lab);
}
}
/* Switch to LINE_STR_SEG and output the given STR. Return the
symbol pointing to the new string in the section. */
static symbolS *
add_line_strp (segT line_str_seg, const char *str)
{
char *cp;
size_t size;
symbolS *sym;
subseg_set (line_str_seg, 0);
sym = symbol_temp_new_now_octets ();
size = strlen (str) + 1;
cp = frag_more (size);
memcpy (cp, str, size);
return sym;
}
/* Emit the directory and file tables for .debug_line. */
static void
out_dir_and_file_list (segT line_seg, int sizeof_offset)
{
size_t size;
const char *dir;
char *cp;
unsigned int i;
bool emit_md5 = false;
bool emit_timestamps = true;
bool emit_filesize = true;
segT line_str_seg = NULL;
symbolS *line_strp;
/* Output the Directory Table. */
if (DWARF2_LINE_VERSION >= 5)
{
/* We only have one column in the directory table. */
out_byte (1);
/* Describe the purpose and format of the column. */
out_uleb128 (DW_LNCT_path);
/* Store these strings in the .debug_line_str section so they
can be shared. */
out_uleb128 (DW_FORM_line_strp);
/* Now state how many rows there are in the table. We need at
least 1 if there is one or more file names to store the
"working directory". */
if (dirs_in_use == 0 && files_in_use > 0)
out_uleb128 (1);
else
out_uleb128 (dirs_in_use);
}
/* Emit directory list. */
if (DWARF2_LINE_VERSION >= 5 && (dirs_in_use > 0 || files_in_use > 0))
{
line_str_seg = subseg_new (".debug_line_str", 0);
bfd_set_section_flags (line_str_seg,
SEC_READONLY | SEC_DEBUGGING | SEC_OCTETS
| SEC_MERGE | SEC_STRINGS);
line_str_seg->entsize = 1;
/* DWARF5 uses slot zero, but that is only set explicitly
using a .file 0 directive. If that isn't used, but dir
one is used, then use that as main file directory.
Otherwise use pwd as main file directory. */
if (dirs_in_use > 0 && dirs != NULL && dirs[0] != NULL)
dir = remap_debug_filename (dirs[0]);
else if (dirs_in_use > 1 && dirs != NULL && dirs[1] != NULL)
dir = remap_debug_filename (dirs[1]);
else
dir = remap_debug_filename (getpwd ());
line_strp = add_line_strp (line_str_seg, dir);
subseg_set (line_seg, 0);
TC_DWARF2_EMIT_OFFSET (line_strp, sizeof_offset);
}
for (i = 1; i < dirs_in_use; ++i)
{
dir = remap_debug_filename (dirs[i]);
if (DWARF2_LINE_VERSION < 5)
{
size = strlen (dir) + 1;
cp = frag_more (size);
memcpy (cp, dir, size);
}
else
{
line_strp = add_line_strp (line_str_seg, dir);
subseg_set (line_seg, 0);
TC_DWARF2_EMIT_OFFSET (line_strp, sizeof_offset);
}
}
if (DWARF2_LINE_VERSION < 5)
/* Terminate it. */
out_byte ('\0');
/* Output the File Name Table. */
if (DWARF2_LINE_VERSION >= 5)
{
unsigned int columns = 4;
if (((unsigned long) DWARF2_FILE_TIME_NAME ("", "")) == -1UL)
{
emit_timestamps = false;
-- columns;
}
if (DWARF2_FILE_SIZE_NAME ("", "") == -1)
{
emit_filesize = false;
-- columns;
}
for (i = 0; i < files_in_use; ++i)
if (files[i].md5[0] != 0)
break;
if (i < files_in_use)
{
emit_md5 = true;
++ columns;
}
/* The number of format entries to follow. */
out_byte (columns);
/* The format of the file name. */
out_uleb128 (DW_LNCT_path);
/* Store these strings in the .debug_line_str section so they
can be shared. */
out_uleb128 (DW_FORM_line_strp);
/* The format of the directory index. */
out_uleb128 (DW_LNCT_directory_index);
out_uleb128 (DW_FORM_udata);
if (emit_timestamps)
{
/* The format of the timestamp. */
out_uleb128 (DW_LNCT_timestamp);
out_uleb128 (DW_FORM_udata);
}
if (emit_filesize)
{
/* The format of the file size. */
out_uleb128 (DW_LNCT_size);
out_uleb128 (DW_FORM_udata);
}
if (emit_md5)
{
/* The format of the MD5 sum. */
out_uleb128 (DW_LNCT_MD5);
out_uleb128 (DW_FORM_data16);
}
/* The number of entries in the table. */
out_uleb128 (files_in_use);
}
for (i = DWARF2_LINE_VERSION > 4 ? 0 : 1; i < files_in_use; ++i)
{
const char *fullfilename;
if (files[i].filename == NULL)
{
/* Prevent a crash later, particularly for file 1. DWARF5
uses slot zero, but that is only set explicitly using a
.file 0 directive. If that isn't used, but file 1 is,
then use that as main file name. */
if (DWARF2_LINE_VERSION >= 5 && i == 0 && files_in_use >= 1)
files[0].filename = files[1].filename;
else
files[i].filename = "";
if (DWARF2_LINE_VERSION < 5 || i != 0)
{
as_bad (_("unassigned file number %ld"), (long) i);
continue;
}
}
fullfilename = DWARF2_FILE_NAME (files[i].filename,
files[i].dir ? dirs [files [i].dir] : "");
if (DWARF2_LINE_VERSION < 5)
{
size = strlen (fullfilename) + 1;
cp = frag_more (size);
memcpy (cp, fullfilename, size);
}
else
{
line_strp = add_line_strp (line_str_seg, fullfilename);
subseg_set (line_seg, 0);
TC_DWARF2_EMIT_OFFSET (line_strp, sizeof_offset);
}
/* Directory number. */
out_uleb128 (files[i].dir);
/* Output the last modification timestamp. */
if (emit_timestamps)
{
offsetT timestamp;
timestamp = DWARF2_FILE_TIME_NAME (files[i].filename,
files[i].dir ? dirs [files [i].dir] : "");
if (timestamp == -1)
timestamp = 0;
out_uleb128 (timestamp);
}
/* Output the filesize. */
if (emit_filesize)
{
offsetT filesize;
filesize = DWARF2_FILE_SIZE_NAME (files[i].filename,
files[i].dir ? dirs [files [i].dir] : "");
if (filesize == -1)
filesize = 0;
out_uleb128 (filesize);
}
/* Output the md5 sum. */
if (emit_md5)
{
int b;
for (b = 0; b < NUM_MD5_BYTES; b++)
out_byte (files[i].md5[b]);
}
}
if (DWARF2_LINE_VERSION < 5)
/* Terminate filename list. */
out_byte (0);
}
/* Switch to SEC and output a header length field. Return the size of
offsets used in SEC. The caller must set EXPR->X_add_symbol value
to the end of the section. EXPR->X_add_number will be set to the
negative size of the header. */
static int
out_header (asection *sec, expressionS *exp)
{
symbolS *start_sym;
symbolS *end_sym;
subseg_set (sec, 0);
if (flag_dwarf_sections)
{
/* If we are going to put the start and end symbols in different
sections, then we need real symbols, not just fake, local ones. */
frag_now_fix ();
start_sym = symbol_make (".Ldebug_line_start");
end_sym = symbol_make (".Ldebug_line_end");
symbol_set_value_now (start_sym);
}
else
{
start_sym = symbol_temp_new_now_octets ();
end_sym = symbol_temp_make ();
}
/* Total length of the information. */
exp->X_op = O_subtract;
exp->X_add_symbol = end_sym;
exp->X_op_symbol = start_sym;
switch (DWARF2_FORMAT (sec))
{
case dwarf2_format_32bit:
exp->X_add_number = -4;
emit_expr (exp, 4);
return 4;
case dwarf2_format_64bit:
exp->X_add_number = -12;
out_four (-1);
emit_expr (exp, 8);
return 8;
case dwarf2_format_64bit_irix:
exp->X_add_number = -8;
emit_expr (exp, 8);
return 8;
}
as_fatal (_("internal error: unknown dwarf2 format"));
return 0;
}
/* Emit the collected .debug_line data. */
static void
out_debug_line (segT line_seg)
{
expressionS exp;
symbolS *prologue_start, *prologue_end;
symbolS *line_end;
struct line_seg *s;
int sizeof_offset;
memset (&exp, 0, sizeof exp);
sizeof_offset = out_header (line_seg, &exp);
line_end = exp.X_add_symbol;
/* Version. */
out_two (DWARF2_LINE_VERSION);
if (DWARF2_LINE_VERSION >= 5)
{
out_byte (sizeof_address);
out_byte (0); /* Segment Selector size. */
}
/* Length of the prologue following this length. */
prologue_start = symbol_temp_make ();
prologue_end = symbol_temp_make ();
exp.X_op = O_subtract;
exp.X_add_symbol = prologue_end;
exp.X_op_symbol = prologue_start;
exp.X_add_number = 0;
emit_expr (&exp, sizeof_offset);
symbol_set_value_now (prologue_start);
/* Parameters of the state machine. */
out_byte (DWARF2_LINE_MIN_INSN_LENGTH);
if (DWARF2_LINE_VERSION >= 4)
out_byte (DWARF2_LINE_MAX_OPS_PER_INSN);
out_byte (DWARF2_LINE_DEFAULT_IS_STMT);
out_byte (DWARF2_LINE_BASE);
out_byte (DWARF2_LINE_RANGE);
out_byte (DWARF2_LINE_OPCODE_BASE);
/* Standard opcode lengths. */
out_byte (0); /* DW_LNS_copy */
out_byte (1); /* DW_LNS_advance_pc */
out_byte (1); /* DW_LNS_advance_line */
out_byte (1); /* DW_LNS_set_file */
out_byte (1); /* DW_LNS_set_column */
out_byte (0); /* DW_LNS_negate_stmt */
out_byte (0); /* DW_LNS_set_basic_block */
out_byte (0); /* DW_LNS_const_add_pc */
out_byte (1); /* DW_LNS_fixed_advance_pc */
out_byte (0); /* DW_LNS_set_prologue_end */
out_byte (0); /* DW_LNS_set_epilogue_begin */
out_byte (1); /* DW_LNS_set_isa */
/* We have emitted 12 opcode lengths, so make that this
matches up to the opcode base value we have been using. */
gas_assert (DWARF2_LINE_OPCODE_BASE == 13);
out_dir_and_file_list (line_seg, sizeof_offset);
symbol_set_value_now (prologue_end);
/* For each section, emit a statement program. */
for (s = all_segs; s; s = s->next)
/* Paranoia - this check should have already have
been handled in dwarf2_gen_line_info_1(). */
if (SEG_NORMAL (s->seg))
process_entries (s->seg, s->head->head);
if (flag_dwarf_sections)
/* We have to switch to the special .debug_line_end section
before emitting the end-of-debug_line symbol. The linker
script arranges for this section to be placed after all the
(potentially garbage collected) .debug_line.<foo> sections.
This section contains the line_end symbol which is used to
compute the size of the linked .debug_line section, as seen
in the DWARF Line Number header. */
subseg_set (subseg_get (".debug_line_end", false), 0);
symbol_set_value_now (line_end);
}
static void
out_debug_ranges (segT ranges_seg, symbolS **ranges_sym)
{
unsigned int addr_size = sizeof_address;
struct line_seg *s;
expressionS exp;
unsigned int i;
memset (&exp, 0, sizeof exp);
subseg_set (ranges_seg, 0);
/* For DW_AT_ranges to point at (there is no header, so really start
of section, but see out_debug_rnglists). */
*ranges_sym = symbol_temp_new_now_octets ();
/* Base Address Entry. */
for (i = 0; i < addr_size; i++)
out_byte (0xff);
for (i = 0; i < addr_size; i++)
out_byte (0);
/* Range List Entry. */
for (s = all_segs; s; s = s->next)
{
fragS *frag;
symbolS *beg, *end;
frag = first_frag_for_seg (s->seg);
beg = symbol_temp_new (s->seg, frag, 0);
s->text_start = beg;
frag = last_frag_for_seg (s->seg);
end = symbol_temp_new (s->seg, frag, get_frag_fix (frag, s->seg));
s->text_end = end;
exp.X_op = O_symbol;
exp.X_add_symbol = beg;
exp.X_add_number = 0;
emit_expr (&exp, addr_size);
exp.X_op = O_symbol;
exp.X_add_symbol = end;
exp.X_add_number = 0;
emit_expr (&exp, addr_size);
}
/* End of Range Entry. */
for (i = 0; i < addr_size; i++)
out_byte (0);
for (i = 0; i < addr_size; i++)
out_byte (0);
}
static void
out_debug_rnglists (segT ranges_seg, symbolS **ranges_sym)
{
expressionS exp;
symbolS *ranges_end;
struct line_seg *s;
/* Unit length. */
memset (&exp, 0, sizeof exp);
out_header (ranges_seg, &exp);
ranges_end = exp.X_add_symbol;
out_two (DWARF2_RNGLISTS_VERSION);
out_byte (sizeof_address);
out_byte (0); /* Segment Selector size. */
out_four (0); /* Offset entry count. */
/* For DW_AT_ranges to point at (must be after the header). */
*ranges_sym = symbol_temp_new_now_octets ();
for (s = all_segs; s; s = s->next)
{
fragS *frag;
symbolS *beg, *end;
out_byte (DW_RLE_start_length);
frag = first_frag_for_seg (s->seg);
beg = symbol_temp_new (s->seg, frag, 0);
s->text_start = beg;
frag = last_frag_for_seg (s->seg);
end = symbol_temp_new (s->seg, frag, get_frag_fix (frag, s->seg));
s->text_end = end;
exp.X_op = O_symbol;
exp.X_add_symbol = beg;
exp.X_add_number = 0;
emit_expr (&exp, sizeof_address);
exp.X_op = O_symbol;
exp.X_add_symbol = end;
exp.X_add_number = 0;
emit_leb128_expr (&exp, 0);
}
out_byte (DW_RLE_end_of_list);
symbol_set_value_now (ranges_end);
}
/* Emit data for .debug_aranges. */
static void
out_debug_aranges (segT aranges_seg, segT info_seg)
{
unsigned int addr_size = sizeof_address;
offsetT size;
struct line_seg *s;
expressionS exp;
symbolS *aranges_end;
char *p;
int sizeof_offset;
memset (&exp, 0, sizeof exp);
sizeof_offset = out_header (aranges_seg, &exp);
aranges_end = exp.X_add_symbol;
size = -exp.X_add_number;
/* Version. */
out_two (DWARF2_ARANGES_VERSION);
size += 2;
/* Offset to .debug_info. */
TC_DWARF2_EMIT_OFFSET (section_symbol (info_seg), sizeof_offset);
size += sizeof_offset;
/* Size of an address (offset portion). */
out_byte (addr_size);
size++;
/* Size of a segment descriptor. */
out_byte (0);
size++;
/* Align the header. */
while ((size++ % (2 * addr_size)) > 0)
out_byte (0);
for (s = all_segs; s; s = s->next)
{
fragS *frag;
symbolS *beg, *end;
frag = first_frag_for_seg (s->seg);
beg = symbol_temp_new (s->seg, frag, 0);
s->text_start = beg;
frag = last_frag_for_seg (s->seg);
end = symbol_temp_new (s->seg, frag, get_frag_fix (frag, s->seg));
s->text_end = end;
exp.X_op = O_symbol;
exp.X_add_symbol = beg;
exp.X_add_number = 0;
emit_expr (&exp, addr_size);
exp.X_op = O_subtract;
exp.X_add_symbol = end;
exp.X_op_symbol = beg;
exp.X_add_number = 0;
emit_expr (&exp, addr_size);
}
p = frag_more (2 * addr_size);
md_number_to_chars (p, 0, addr_size);
md_number_to_chars (p + addr_size, 0, addr_size);
symbol_set_value_now (aranges_end);
}
/* Emit data for .debug_abbrev. Note that this must be kept in
sync with out_debug_info below. */
static void
out_debug_abbrev (segT abbrev_seg,
segT info_seg ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED,
segT line_seg ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED)
{
int secoff_form;
subseg_set (abbrev_seg, 0);
out_uleb128 (1);
out_uleb128 (DW_TAG_compile_unit);
out_byte (DW_CHILDREN_no);
if (DWARF2_VERSION < 4)
{
if (DWARF2_FORMAT (line_seg) == dwarf2_format_32bit)
secoff_form = DW_FORM_data4;
else
secoff_form = DW_FORM_data8;
}
else
secoff_form = DW_FORM_sec_offset;
out_abbrev (DW_AT_stmt_list, secoff_form);
if (all_segs->next == NULL)
{
out_abbrev (DW_AT_low_pc, DW_FORM_addr);
if (DWARF2_VERSION < 4)
out_abbrev (DW_AT_high_pc, DW_FORM_addr);
else
out_abbrev (DW_AT_high_pc, DW_FORM_udata);
}
else
out_abbrev (DW_AT_ranges, secoff_form);
out_abbrev (DW_AT_name, DW_FORM_strp);
out_abbrev (DW_AT_comp_dir, DW_FORM_strp);
out_abbrev (DW_AT_producer, DW_FORM_strp);
out_abbrev (DW_AT_language, DW_FORM_data2);
out_abbrev (0, 0);
/* Terminate the abbreviations for this compilation unit. */
out_byte (0);
}
/* Emit a description of this compilation unit for .debug_info. */
static void
out_debug_info (segT info_seg, segT abbrev_seg, segT line_seg,
symbolS *ranges_sym, symbolS *name_sym,
symbolS *comp_dir_sym, symbolS *producer_sym)
{
expressionS exp;
symbolS *info_end;
int sizeof_offset;
memset (&exp, 0, sizeof exp);
sizeof_offset = out_header (info_seg, &exp);
info_end = exp.X_add_symbol;
/* DWARF version. */
out_two (DWARF2_VERSION);
if (DWARF2_VERSION < 5)
{
/* .debug_abbrev offset */
TC_DWARF2_EMIT_OFFSET (section_symbol (abbrev_seg), sizeof_offset);
}
else
{
/* unit (header) type */
out_byte (DW_UT_compile);
}
/* Target address size. */
out_byte (sizeof_address);
if (DWARF2_VERSION >= 5)
{
/* .debug_abbrev offset */
TC_DWARF2_EMIT_OFFSET (section_symbol (abbrev_seg), sizeof_offset);
}
/* DW_TAG_compile_unit DIE abbrev */
out_uleb128 (1);
/* DW_AT_stmt_list */
TC_DWARF2_EMIT_OFFSET (section_symbol (line_seg),
(DWARF2_FORMAT (line_seg) == dwarf2_format_32bit
? 4 : 8));
/* These two attributes are emitted if all of the code is contiguous. */
if (all_segs->next == NULL)
{
/* DW_AT_low_pc */
exp.X_op = O_symbol;
exp.X_add_symbol = all_segs->text_start;
exp.X_add_number = 0;
emit_expr (&exp, sizeof_address);
/* DW_AT_high_pc */
if (DWARF2_VERSION < 4)
exp.X_op = O_symbol;
else
{
exp.X_op = O_subtract;
exp.X_op_symbol = all_segs->text_start;
}
exp.X_add_symbol = all_segs->text_end;
exp.X_add_number = 0;
if (DWARF2_VERSION < 4)
emit_expr (&exp, sizeof_address);
else
emit_leb128_expr (&exp, 0);
}
else
{
/* This attribute is emitted if the code is disjoint. */
/* DW_AT_ranges. */
TC_DWARF2_EMIT_OFFSET (ranges_sym, sizeof_offset);
}
/* DW_AT_name, DW_AT_comp_dir and DW_AT_producer. Symbols in .debug_str
setup in out_debug_str below. */
TC_DWARF2_EMIT_OFFSET (name_sym, sizeof_offset);
TC_DWARF2_EMIT_OFFSET (comp_dir_sym, sizeof_offset);
TC_DWARF2_EMIT_OFFSET (producer_sym, sizeof_offset);
/* DW_AT_language. Yes, this is probably not really MIPS, but the
dwarf2 draft has no standard code for assembler. */
out_two (DW_LANG_Mips_Assembler);
symbol_set_value_now (info_end);
}
/* Emit the three debug strings needed in .debug_str and setup symbols
to them for use in out_debug_info. */
static void
out_debug_str (segT str_seg, symbolS **name_sym, symbolS **comp_dir_sym,
symbolS **producer_sym)
{
char producer[128];
const char *comp_dir;
const char *dirname;
char *p;
int len;
int first_file = DWARF2_LINE_VERSION > 4 ? 0 : 1;
subseg_set (str_seg, 0);
/* DW_AT_name. We don't have the actual file name that was present
on the command line, so assume files[first_file] is the main input file.
We're not supposed to get called unless at least one line number
entry was emitted, so this should always be defined. */
*name_sym = symbol_temp_new_now_octets ();
if (files_in_use == 0)
abort ();
if (files[first_file].dir)
{
dirname = remap_debug_filename (dirs[files[first_file].dir]);
len = strlen (dirname);
#ifdef TE_VMS
/* Already has trailing slash. */
p = frag_more (len);
memcpy (p, dirname, len);
#else
p = frag_more (len + 1);
memcpy (p, dirname, len);
INSERT_DIR_SEPARATOR (p, len);
#endif
}
len = strlen (files[first_file].filename) + 1;
p = frag_more (len);
memcpy (p, files[first_file].filename, len);
/* DW_AT_comp_dir */
*comp_dir_sym = symbol_temp_new_now_octets ();
comp_dir = remap_debug_filename (getpwd ());
len = strlen (comp_dir) + 1;
p = frag_more (len);
memcpy (p, comp_dir, len);
/* DW_AT_producer */
*producer_sym = symbol_temp_new_now_octets ();
sprintf (producer, "GNU AS %s", VERSION);
len = strlen (producer) + 1;
p = frag_more (len);
memcpy (p, producer, len);
}
void
dwarf2_init (void)
{
last_seg_ptr = &all_segs;
/* Select the default CIE version to produce here. The global
starts with a value of -1 and will be modified to a valid value
either by the user providing a command line option, or some
targets will select their own default in md_after_parse_args. If
we get here and the global still contains -1 then it is up to us
to pick a sane default. The default we choose is 1, this is the
CIE version gas has produced for a long time, and there seems no
reason to change it yet. */
if (flag_dwarf_cie_version == -1)
flag_dwarf_cie_version = 1;
}
/* Finish the dwarf2 debug sections. We emit .debug.line if there
were any .file/.loc directives, or --gdwarf2 was given, and if the
file has a non-empty .debug_info section and an empty .debug_line
section. If we emit .debug_line, and the .debug_info section is
empty, we also emit .debug_info, .debug_aranges and .debug_abbrev.
ALL_SEGS will be non-null if there were any .file/.loc directives,
or --gdwarf2 was given and there were any located instructions
emitted. */
void
dwarf2_finish (void)
{
segT line_seg;
struct line_seg *s;
segT info_seg;
int emit_other_sections = 0;
int empty_debug_line = 0;
info_seg = bfd_get_section_by_name (stdoutput, ".debug_info");
emit_other_sections = info_seg == NULL || !seg_not_empty_p (info_seg);
line_seg = bfd_get_section_by_name (stdoutput, ".debug_line");
empty_debug_line = line_seg == NULL || !seg_not_empty_p (line_seg);
/* We can't construct a new debug_line section if we already have one.
Give an error if we have seen any .loc, otherwise trust the user
knows what they are doing and want to generate the .debug_line
(and all other debug sections) themselves. */
if (all_segs && !empty_debug_line && dwarf2_any_loc_directive_seen)
as_fatal ("duplicate .debug_line sections");
if ((!all_segs && emit_other_sections)
|| (!emit_other_sections && !empty_debug_line))
/* If there is no line information and no non-empty .debug_info
section, or if there is both a non-empty .debug_info and a non-empty
.debug_line, then we do nothing. */
return;
/* Calculate the size of an address for the target machine. */
sizeof_address = DWARF2_ADDR_SIZE (stdoutput);
/* Create and switch to the line number section. */
if (empty_debug_line)
{
line_seg = subseg_new (".debug_line", 0);
bfd_set_section_flags (line_seg,
SEC_READONLY | SEC_DEBUGGING | SEC_OCTETS);
}
/* For each subsection, chain the debug entries together. */
for (s = all_segs; s; s = s->next)
{
struct line_subseg *lss = s->head;
struct line_entry **ptail = lss->ptail;
/* Reset the initial view of the first subsection of the
section. */
if (lss->head && lss->head->loc.view)
set_or_check_view (lss->head, NULL, NULL);
while ((lss = lss->next) != NULL)
{
/* Link the first view of subsequent subsections to the
previous view. */
if (lss->head && lss->head->loc.view)
set_or_check_view (lss->head,
!s->head ? NULL : (struct line_entry *)ptail,
s->head ? s->head->head : NULL);
*ptail = lss->head;
ptail = lss->ptail;
}
}
if (empty_debug_line)
out_debug_line (line_seg);
/* If this is assembler generated line info, and there is no
debug_info already, we need .debug_info, .debug_abbrev and
.debug_str sections as well. */
if (emit_other_sections)
{
segT abbrev_seg;
segT aranges_seg;
segT str_seg;
symbolS *name_sym, *comp_dir_sym, *producer_sym, *ranges_sym;
gas_assert (all_segs);
info_seg = subseg_new (".debug_info", 0);
abbrev_seg = subseg_new (".debug_abbrev", 0);
aranges_seg = subseg_new (".debug_aranges", 0);
str_seg = subseg_new (".debug_str", 0);
bfd_set_section_flags (info_seg,
SEC_READONLY | SEC_DEBUGGING | SEC_OCTETS);
bfd_set_section_flags (abbrev_seg,
SEC_READONLY | SEC_DEBUGGING | SEC_OCTETS);
bfd_set_section_flags (aranges_seg,
SEC_READONLY | SEC_DEBUGGING | SEC_OCTETS);
bfd_set_section_flags (str_seg,
SEC_READONLY | SEC_DEBUGGING | SEC_OCTETS
| SEC_MERGE | SEC_STRINGS);
str_seg->entsize = 1;
record_alignment (aranges_seg, ffs (2 * sizeof_address) - 1);
if (all_segs->next == NULL)
ranges_sym = NULL;
else
{
if (DWARF2_VERSION < 5)
{
segT ranges_seg = subseg_new (".debug_ranges", 0);
bfd_set_section_flags (ranges_seg, (SEC_READONLY
| SEC_DEBUGGING
| SEC_OCTETS));
record_alignment (ranges_seg, ffs (2 * sizeof_address) - 1);
out_debug_ranges (ranges_seg, &ranges_sym);
}
else
{
segT rnglists_seg = subseg_new (".debug_rnglists", 0);
bfd_set_section_flags (rnglists_seg, (SEC_READONLY
| SEC_DEBUGGING
| SEC_OCTETS));
out_debug_rnglists (rnglists_seg, &ranges_sym);
}
}
out_debug_aranges (aranges_seg, info_seg);
out_debug_abbrev (abbrev_seg, info_seg, line_seg);
out_debug_str (str_seg, &name_sym, &comp_dir_sym, &producer_sym);
out_debug_info (info_seg, abbrev_seg, line_seg, ranges_sym,
name_sym, comp_dir_sym, producer_sym);
}
}
/* Perform any deferred checks pertaining to debug information. */
void
dwarf2dbg_final_check (void)