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# Copyright 2020-2021 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
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# along with this program. If not, see <>.
# Check for an issue in GDB where buildsym_compunit::record_line was
# removing duplicate line table entries, but skip_prologue_using_sal
# depends on these duplicates to spot the end of the prologue.
# When the de-duplication was added this regression was not spotted as
# it requires a particular combination of a (very) small function
# being inlined into an also very small outer function.
# See also gdb.dwarf/dw2-inline-small-func.exp for a version of this
# test that makes use of the Dejagnu DWARF compiler.
# This test simply compiles with optimization and checks that GDB can
# do something suitable with the compiled binary. Problems with this
# test are most likely to occur when GDB asks the target specific code
# to skip the prologue (gdbarch_skip_prologue). Some targets make use
# of skip_prologue_using_sal, which should be fine, however, some
# targets make a poor attempt to duplicate parts of
# skip_prologue_using_sal, these targets could easily fail this test.
# This is not (necessarily) a problem with this test, but could
# indicate a weakness with the target in question.
standard_testfile inline-small-func.c inline-small-func.h
if { [prepare_for_testing "failed to prepare" ${testfile} \
[list $srcfile] {debug optimize=-O1}] } {
return -1
if ![runto_main] {
return -1
# Delete all breakpoints so that the output of "info breakpoints"
# below will only contain a single breakpoint.
# Place a breakpoint within the function in the header file.
set linenum [gdb_get_line_number "callee: body" $srcfile2]
gdb_breakpoint "${srcfile2}:${linenum}"
# Check that the breakpoint was placed where we expected. It should
# appear at the requested line. When the bug in GDB was present the
# breakpoint would be placed on one of the following lines instead.
gdb_test "info breakpoints" \
".* in callee at \[^\r\n\]+${srcfile2}:${linenum}\\y.*"