blob: 05d95ea7d6ad8b862a625d17af4029a12fb357aa [file] [log] [blame]
/* Target-vector operations for controlling windows child processes, for GDB.
Copyright (C) 1995-2021 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
Contributed by Cygnus Solutions, A Red Hat Company.
This file is part of GDB.
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
the Free Software Foundation; either version 3 of the License, or
(at your option) any later version.
This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
GNU General Public License for more details.
You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
along with this program. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>. */
/* Originally by Steve Chamberlain, sac@cygnus.com */
#include "defs.h"
#include "frame.h" /* required by inferior.h */
#include "inferior.h"
#include "infrun.h"
#include "target.h"
#include "gdbcore.h"
#include "command.h"
#include "completer.h"
#include "regcache.h"
#include "top.h"
#include <signal.h>
#include <sys/types.h>
#include <fcntl.h>
#include <windows.h>
#include <imagehlp.h>
#ifdef __CYGWIN__
#include <wchar.h>
#include <sys/cygwin.h>
#include <cygwin/version.h>
#endif
#include <algorithm>
#include <vector>
#include "filenames.h"
#include "symfile.h"
#include "objfiles.h"
#include "gdb_bfd.h"
#include "gdb_obstack.h"
#include "gdbthread.h"
#include "gdbcmd.h"
#include <unistd.h>
#include "exec.h"
#include "solist.h"
#include "solib.h"
#include "xml-support.h"
#include "inttypes.h"
#include "i386-tdep.h"
#include "i387-tdep.h"
#include "windows-tdep.h"
#include "windows-nat.h"
#include "x86-nat.h"
#include "complaints.h"
#include "inf-child.h"
#include "gdbsupport/gdb_tilde_expand.h"
#include "gdbsupport/pathstuff.h"
#include "gdbsupport/gdb_wait.h"
#include "nat/windows-nat.h"
#include "gdbsupport/symbol.h"
using namespace windows_nat;
#undef STARTUPINFO
#undef CreateProcess
#undef GetModuleFileNameEx
#ifndef __CYGWIN__
# define __PMAX (MAX_PATH + 1)
# define GetModuleFileNameEx GetModuleFileNameExA
# define STARTUPINFO STARTUPINFOA
# define CreateProcess CreateProcessA
#else
# define __PMAX PATH_MAX
/* The starting and ending address of the cygwin1.dll text segment. */
static CORE_ADDR cygwin_load_start;
static CORE_ADDR cygwin_load_end;
# define __USEWIDE
typedef wchar_t cygwin_buf_t;
# define GetModuleFileNameEx GetModuleFileNameExW
# define STARTUPINFO STARTUPINFOW
# define CreateProcess CreateProcessW
#endif
static int have_saved_context; /* True if we've saved context from a
cygwin signal. */
#ifdef __CYGWIN__
static CONTEXT saved_context; /* Contains the saved context from a
cygwin signal. */
#endif
/* If we're not using the old Cygwin header file set, define the
following which never should have been in the generic Win32 API
headers in the first place since they were our own invention... */
#ifndef _GNU_H_WINDOWS_H
enum
{
FLAG_TRACE_BIT = 0x100,
};
#endif
#ifndef CONTEXT_EXTENDED_REGISTERS
/* This macro is only defined on ia32. It only makes sense on this target,
so define it as zero if not already defined. */
#define CONTEXT_EXTENDED_REGISTERS 0
#endif
#define CONTEXT_DEBUGGER_DR CONTEXT_FULL | CONTEXT_FLOATING_POINT \
| CONTEXT_SEGMENTS | CONTEXT_DEBUG_REGISTERS \
| CONTEXT_EXTENDED_REGISTERS
static uintptr_t dr[8];
static int debug_registers_changed;
static int debug_registers_used;
static int windows_initialization_done;
#define DR6_CLEAR_VALUE 0xffff0ff0
/* The string sent by cygwin when it processes a signal.
FIXME: This should be in a cygwin include file. */
#ifndef _CYGWIN_SIGNAL_STRING
#define _CYGWIN_SIGNAL_STRING "cYgSiGw00f"
#endif
#define CHECK(x) check (x, __FILE__,__LINE__)
#define DEBUG_EXEC(fmt, ...) \
debug_prefixed_printf_cond (debug_exec, "windows exec", fmt, ## __VA_ARGS__)
#define DEBUG_EVENTS(fmt, ...) \
debug_prefixed_printf_cond (debug_events, "windows events", fmt, \
## __VA_ARGS__)
#define DEBUG_MEM(fmt, ...) \
debug_prefixed_printf_cond (debug_memory, "windows mem", fmt, \
## __VA_ARGS__)
#define DEBUG_EXCEPT(fmt, ...) \
debug_prefixed_printf_cond (debug_exceptions, "windows except", fmt, \
## __VA_ARGS__)
static void cygwin_set_dr (int i, CORE_ADDR addr);
static void cygwin_set_dr7 (unsigned long val);
static CORE_ADDR cygwin_get_dr (int i);
static unsigned long cygwin_get_dr6 (void);
static unsigned long cygwin_get_dr7 (void);
static std::vector<windows_thread_info *> thread_list;
/* Counts of things. */
static int saw_create;
static int open_process_used = 0;
#ifdef __x86_64__
static void *wow64_dbgbreak;
#endif
/* User options. */
static bool new_console = false;
#ifdef __CYGWIN__
static bool cygwin_exceptions = false;
#endif
static bool new_group = true;
static bool debug_exec = false; /* show execution */
static bool debug_events = false; /* show events from kernel */
static bool debug_memory = false; /* show target memory accesses */
static bool debug_exceptions = false; /* show target exceptions */
static bool useshell = false; /* use shell for subprocesses */
/* This vector maps GDB's idea of a register's number into an offset
in the windows exception context vector.
It also contains the bit mask needed to load the register in question.
The contents of this table can only be computed by the units
that provide CPU-specific support for Windows native debugging.
These units should set the table by calling
windows_set_context_register_offsets.
One day we could read a reg, we could inspect the context we
already have loaded, if it doesn't have the bit set that we need,
we read that set of registers in using GetThreadContext. If the
context already contains what we need, we just unpack it. Then to
write a register, first we have to ensure that the context contains
the other regs of the group, and then we copy the info in and set
out bit. */
static const int *mappings;
/* The function to use in order to determine whether a register is
a segment register or not. */
static segment_register_p_ftype *segment_register_p;
/* See windows_nat_target::resume to understand why this is commented
out. */
#if 0
/* This vector maps the target's idea of an exception (extracted
from the DEBUG_EVENT structure) to GDB's idea. */
struct xlate_exception
{
DWORD them;
enum gdb_signal us;
};
static const struct xlate_exception xlate[] =
{
{EXCEPTION_ACCESS_VIOLATION, GDB_SIGNAL_SEGV},
{STATUS_STACK_OVERFLOW, GDB_SIGNAL_SEGV},
{EXCEPTION_BREAKPOINT, GDB_SIGNAL_TRAP},
{DBG_CONTROL_C, GDB_SIGNAL_INT},
{EXCEPTION_SINGLE_STEP, GDB_SIGNAL_TRAP},
{STATUS_FLOAT_DIVIDE_BY_ZERO, GDB_SIGNAL_FPE}
};
#endif /* 0 */
struct windows_nat_target final : public x86_nat_target<inf_child_target>
{
void close () override;
void attach (const char *, int) override;
bool attach_no_wait () override
{ return true; }
void detach (inferior *, int) override;
void resume (ptid_t, int , enum gdb_signal) override;
ptid_t wait (ptid_t, struct target_waitstatus *, target_wait_flags) override;
void fetch_registers (struct regcache *, int) override;
void store_registers (struct regcache *, int) override;
bool stopped_by_sw_breakpoint () override
{
windows_thread_info *th
= thread_rec (inferior_ptid, DONT_INVALIDATE_CONTEXT);
return th->stopped_at_software_breakpoint;
}
bool supports_stopped_by_sw_breakpoint () override
{
return true;
}
enum target_xfer_status xfer_partial (enum target_object object,
const char *annex,
gdb_byte *readbuf,
const gdb_byte *writebuf,
ULONGEST offset, ULONGEST len,
ULONGEST *xfered_len) override;
void files_info () override;
void kill () override;
void create_inferior (const char *, const std::string &,
char **, int) override;
void mourn_inferior () override;
bool thread_alive (ptid_t ptid) override;
std::string pid_to_str (ptid_t) override;
void interrupt () override;
char *pid_to_exec_file (int pid) override;
ptid_t get_ada_task_ptid (long lwp, long thread) override;
bool get_tib_address (ptid_t ptid, CORE_ADDR *addr) override;
const char *thread_name (struct thread_info *) override;
int get_windows_debug_event (int pid, struct target_waitstatus *ourstatus);
void do_initial_windows_stuff (DWORD pid, bool attaching);
};
static windows_nat_target the_windows_nat_target;
/* Set the MAPPINGS static global to OFFSETS.
See the description of MAPPINGS for more details. */
static void
windows_set_context_register_offsets (const int *offsets)
{
mappings = offsets;
}
/* Set the function that should be used by this module to determine
whether a given register is a segment register or not. */
static void
windows_set_segment_register_p (segment_register_p_ftype *fun)
{
segment_register_p = fun;
}
static void
check (BOOL ok, const char *file, int line)
{
if (!ok)
printf_filtered ("error return %s:%d was %u\n", file, line,
(unsigned) GetLastError ());
}
/* See nat/windows-nat.h. */
windows_thread_info *
windows_nat::thread_rec (ptid_t ptid, thread_disposition_type disposition)
{
for (windows_thread_info *th : thread_list)
if (th->tid == ptid.lwp ())
{
if (!th->suspended)
{
switch (disposition)
{
case DONT_INVALIDATE_CONTEXT:
/* Nothing. */
break;
case INVALIDATE_CONTEXT:
if (ptid.lwp () != current_event.dwThreadId)
th->suspend ();
th->reload_context = true;
break;
case DONT_SUSPEND:
th->reload_context = true;
th->suspended = -1;
break;
}
}
return th;
}
return NULL;
}
/* Add a thread to the thread list.
PTID is the ptid of the thread to be added.
H is its Windows handle.
TLB is its thread local base.
MAIN_THREAD_P should be true if the thread to be added is
the main thread, false otherwise. */
static windows_thread_info *
windows_add_thread (ptid_t ptid, HANDLE h, void *tlb, bool main_thread_p)
{
windows_thread_info *th;
gdb_assert (ptid.lwp () != 0);
if ((th = thread_rec (ptid, DONT_INVALIDATE_CONTEXT)))
return th;
CORE_ADDR base = (CORE_ADDR) (uintptr_t) tlb;
#ifdef __x86_64__
/* For WOW64 processes, this is actually the pointer to the 64bit TIB,
and the 32bit TIB is exactly 2 pages after it. */
if (wow64_process)
base += 0x2000;
#endif
th = new windows_thread_info (ptid.lwp (), h, base);
thread_list.push_back (th);
/* Add this new thread to the list of threads.
To be consistent with what's done on other platforms, we add
the main thread silently (in reality, this thread is really
more of a process to the user than a thread). */
if (main_thread_p)
add_thread_silent (&the_windows_nat_target, ptid);
else
add_thread (&the_windows_nat_target, ptid);
/* Set the debug registers for the new thread if they are used. */
if (debug_registers_used)
{
#ifdef __x86_64__
if (wow64_process)
{
/* Only change the value of the debug registers. */
th->wow64_context.ContextFlags = CONTEXT_DEBUG_REGISTERS;
CHECK (Wow64GetThreadContext (th->h, &th->wow64_context));
th->wow64_context.Dr0 = dr[0];
th->wow64_context.Dr1 = dr[1];
th->wow64_context.Dr2 = dr[2];
th->wow64_context.Dr3 = dr[3];
th->wow64_context.Dr6 = DR6_CLEAR_VALUE;
th->wow64_context.Dr7 = dr[7];
CHECK (Wow64SetThreadContext (th->h, &th->wow64_context));
th->wow64_context.ContextFlags = 0;
}
else
#endif
{
/* Only change the value of the debug registers. */
th->context.ContextFlags = CONTEXT_DEBUG_REGISTERS;
CHECK (GetThreadContext (th->h, &th->context));
th->context.Dr0 = dr[0];
th->context.Dr1 = dr[1];
th->context.Dr2 = dr[2];
th->context.Dr3 = dr[3];
th->context.Dr6 = DR6_CLEAR_VALUE;
th->context.Dr7 = dr[7];
CHECK (SetThreadContext (th->h, &th->context));
th->context.ContextFlags = 0;
}
}
return th;
}
/* Clear out any old thread list and reinitialize it to a
pristine state. */
static void
windows_init_thread_list (void)
{
DEBUG_EVENTS ("called");
init_thread_list ();
for (windows_thread_info *here : thread_list)
delete here;
thread_list.clear ();
}
/* Delete a thread from the list of threads.
PTID is the ptid of the thread to be deleted.
EXIT_CODE is the thread's exit code.
MAIN_THREAD_P should be true if the thread to be deleted is
the main thread, false otherwise. */
static void
windows_delete_thread (ptid_t ptid, DWORD exit_code, bool main_thread_p)
{
DWORD id;
gdb_assert (ptid.lwp () != 0);
id = ptid.lwp ();
/* Emit a notification about the thread being deleted.
Note that no notification was printed when the main thread
was created, and thus, unless in verbose mode, we should be
symmetrical, and avoid that notification for the main thread
here as well. */
if (info_verbose)
printf_unfiltered ("[Deleting %s]\n", target_pid_to_str (ptid).c_str ());
else if (print_thread_events && !main_thread_p)
printf_unfiltered (_("[%s exited with code %u]\n"),
target_pid_to_str (ptid).c_str (),
(unsigned) exit_code);
delete_thread (find_thread_ptid (&the_windows_nat_target, ptid));
auto iter = std::find_if (thread_list.begin (), thread_list.end (),
[=] (windows_thread_info *th)
{
return th->tid == id;
});
if (iter != thread_list.end ())
{
delete *iter;
thread_list.erase (iter);
}
}
/* Fetches register number R from the given windows_thread_info,
and supplies its value to the given regcache.
This function assumes that R is non-negative. A failed assertion
is raised if that is not true.
This function assumes that TH->RELOAD_CONTEXT is not set, meaning
that the windows_thread_info has an up-to-date context. A failed
assertion is raised if that assumption is violated. */
static void
windows_fetch_one_register (struct regcache *regcache,
windows_thread_info *th, int r)
{
gdb_assert (r >= 0);
gdb_assert (!th->reload_context);
char *context_ptr = (char *) &th->context;
#ifdef __x86_64__
if (wow64_process)
context_ptr = (char *) &th->wow64_context;
#endif
char *context_offset = context_ptr + mappings[r];
struct gdbarch *gdbarch = regcache->arch ();
struct gdbarch_tdep *tdep = gdbarch_tdep (gdbarch);
gdb_assert (!gdbarch_read_pc_p (gdbarch));
gdb_assert (gdbarch_pc_regnum (gdbarch) >= 0);
gdb_assert (!gdbarch_write_pc_p (gdbarch));
if (r == I387_FISEG_REGNUM (tdep))
{
long l = *((long *) context_offset) & 0xffff;
regcache->raw_supply (r, (char *) &l);
}
else if (r == I387_FOP_REGNUM (tdep))
{
long l = (*((long *) context_offset) >> 16) & ((1 << 11) - 1);
regcache->raw_supply (r, (char *) &l);
}
else if (segment_register_p (r))
{
/* GDB treats segment registers as 32bit registers, but they are
in fact only 16 bits long. Make sure we do not read extra
bits from our source buffer. */
long l = *((long *) context_offset) & 0xffff;
regcache->raw_supply (r, (char *) &l);
}
else
{
if (th->stopped_at_software_breakpoint
&& !th->pc_adjusted
&& r == gdbarch_pc_regnum (gdbarch))
{
int size = register_size (gdbarch, r);
if (size == 4)
{
uint32_t value;
memcpy (&value, context_offset, size);
value -= gdbarch_decr_pc_after_break (gdbarch);
memcpy (context_offset, &value, size);
}
else
{
gdb_assert (size == 8);
uint64_t value;
memcpy (&value, context_offset, size);
value -= gdbarch_decr_pc_after_break (gdbarch);
memcpy (context_offset, &value, size);
}
/* Make sure we only rewrite the PC a single time. */
th->pc_adjusted = true;
}
regcache->raw_supply (r, context_offset);
}
}
void
windows_nat_target::fetch_registers (struct regcache *regcache, int r)
{
windows_thread_info *th = thread_rec (regcache->ptid (), INVALIDATE_CONTEXT);
/* Check if TH exists. Windows sometimes uses a non-existent
thread id in its events. */
if (th == NULL)
return;
if (th->reload_context)
{
#ifdef __CYGWIN__
if (have_saved_context)
{
/* Lie about where the program actually is stopped since
cygwin has informed us that we should consider the signal
to have occurred at another location which is stored in
"saved_context. */
memcpy (&th->context, &saved_context,
__COPY_CONTEXT_SIZE);
have_saved_context = 0;
}
else
#endif
#ifdef __x86_64__
if (wow64_process)
{
th->wow64_context.ContextFlags = CONTEXT_DEBUGGER_DR;
CHECK (Wow64GetThreadContext (th->h, &th->wow64_context));
/* Copy dr values from that thread.
But only if there were not modified since last stop.
PR gdb/2388 */
if (!debug_registers_changed)
{
dr[0] = th->wow64_context.Dr0;
dr[1] = th->wow64_context.Dr1;
dr[2] = th->wow64_context.Dr2;
dr[3] = th->wow64_context.Dr3;
dr[6] = th->wow64_context.Dr6;
dr[7] = th->wow64_context.Dr7;
}
}
else
#endif
{
th->context.ContextFlags = CONTEXT_DEBUGGER_DR;
CHECK (GetThreadContext (th->h, &th->context));
/* Copy dr values from that thread.
But only if there were not modified since last stop.
PR gdb/2388 */
if (!debug_registers_changed)
{
dr[0] = th->context.Dr0;
dr[1] = th->context.Dr1;
dr[2] = th->context.Dr2;
dr[3] = th->context.Dr3;
dr[6] = th->context.Dr6;
dr[7] = th->context.Dr7;
}
}
th->reload_context = false;
}
if (r < 0)
for (r = 0; r < gdbarch_num_regs (regcache->arch()); r++)
windows_fetch_one_register (regcache, th, r);
else
windows_fetch_one_register (regcache, th, r);
}
/* Collect the register number R from the given regcache, and store
its value into the corresponding area of the given thread's context.
This function assumes that R is non-negative. A failed assertion
assertion is raised if that is not true. */
static void
windows_store_one_register (const struct regcache *regcache,
windows_thread_info *th, int r)
{
gdb_assert (r >= 0);
char *context_ptr = (char *) &th->context;
#ifdef __x86_64__
if (wow64_process)
context_ptr = (char *) &th->wow64_context;
#endif
regcache->raw_collect (r, context_ptr + mappings[r]);
}
/* Store a new register value into the context of the thread tied to
REGCACHE. */
void
windows_nat_target::store_registers (struct regcache *regcache, int r)
{
windows_thread_info *th = thread_rec (regcache->ptid (), INVALIDATE_CONTEXT);
/* Check if TH exists. Windows sometimes uses a non-existent
thread id in its events. */
if (th == NULL)
return;
if (r < 0)
for (r = 0; r < gdbarch_num_regs (regcache->arch ()); r++)
windows_store_one_register (regcache, th, r);
else
windows_store_one_register (regcache, th, r);
}
/* Maintain a linked list of "so" information. */
struct lm_info_windows : public lm_info_base
{
LPVOID load_addr = 0;
CORE_ADDR text_offset = 0;
};
static struct so_list solib_start, *solib_end;
static struct so_list *
windows_make_so (const char *name, LPVOID load_addr)
{
struct so_list *so;
char *p;
#ifndef __CYGWIN__
char buf[__PMAX];
char cwd[__PMAX];
WIN32_FIND_DATA w32_fd;
HANDLE h = FindFirstFile(name, &w32_fd);
if (h == INVALID_HANDLE_VALUE)
strcpy (buf, name);
else
{
FindClose (h);
strcpy (buf, name);
if (GetCurrentDirectory (MAX_PATH + 1, cwd))
{
p = strrchr (buf, '\\');
if (p)
p[1] = '\0';
SetCurrentDirectory (buf);
GetFullPathName (w32_fd.cFileName, MAX_PATH, buf, &p);
SetCurrentDirectory (cwd);
}
}
if (strcasecmp (buf, "ntdll.dll") == 0)
{
GetSystemDirectory (buf, sizeof (buf));
strcat (buf, "\\ntdll.dll");
}
#else
cygwin_buf_t buf[__PMAX];
buf[0] = 0;
if (access (name, F_OK) != 0)
{
if (strcasecmp (name, "ntdll.dll") == 0)
#ifdef __USEWIDE
{
GetSystemDirectoryW (buf, sizeof (buf) / sizeof (wchar_t));
wcscat (buf, L"\\ntdll.dll");
}
#else
{
GetSystemDirectoryA (buf, sizeof (buf) / sizeof (wchar_t));
strcat (buf, "\\ntdll.dll");
}
#endif
}
#endif
so = XCNEW (struct so_list);
lm_info_windows *li = new lm_info_windows;
so->lm_info = li;
li->load_addr = load_addr;
strcpy (so->so_original_name, name);
#ifndef __CYGWIN__
strcpy (so->so_name, buf);
#else
if (buf[0])
cygwin_conv_path (CCP_WIN_W_TO_POSIX, buf, so->so_name,
SO_NAME_MAX_PATH_SIZE);
else
{
char *rname = realpath (name, NULL);
if (rname && strlen (rname) < SO_NAME_MAX_PATH_SIZE)
{
strcpy (so->so_name, rname);
free (rname);
}
else
{
warning (_("dll path for \"%s\" too long or inaccessible"), name);
strcpy (so->so_name, so->so_original_name);
}
}
/* Record cygwin1.dll .text start/end. */
p = strchr (so->so_name, '\0') - (sizeof ("/cygwin1.dll") - 1);
if (p >= so->so_name && strcasecmp (p, "/cygwin1.dll") == 0)
{
asection *text = NULL;
gdb_bfd_ref_ptr abfd (gdb_bfd_open (so->so_name, "pei-i386"));
if (abfd == NULL)
return so;
if (bfd_check_format (abfd.get (), bfd_object))
text = bfd_get_section_by_name (abfd.get (), ".text");
if (!text)
return so;
/* The symbols in a dll are offset by 0x1000, which is the
offset from 0 of the first byte in an image - because of the
file header and the section alignment. */
cygwin_load_start = (CORE_ADDR) (uintptr_t) ((char *)
load_addr + 0x1000);
cygwin_load_end = cygwin_load_start + bfd_section_size (text);
}
#endif
return so;
}
/* See nat/windows-nat.h. */
void
windows_nat::handle_load_dll (const char *dll_name, LPVOID base)
{
solib_end->next = windows_make_so (dll_name, base);
solib_end = solib_end->next;
lm_info_windows *li = (lm_info_windows *) solib_end->lm_info;
DEBUG_EVENTS ("Loading dll \"%s\" at %s.", solib_end->so_name,
host_address_to_string (li->load_addr));
}
static void
windows_free_so (struct so_list *so)
{
lm_info_windows *li = (lm_info_windows *) so->lm_info;
delete li;
xfree (so);
}
/* See nat/windows-nat.h. */
void
windows_nat::handle_unload_dll ()
{
LPVOID lpBaseOfDll = current_event.u.UnloadDll.lpBaseOfDll;
struct so_list *so;
for (so = &solib_start; so->next != NULL; so = so->next)
{
lm_info_windows *li_next = (lm_info_windows *) so->next->lm_info;
if (li_next->load_addr == lpBaseOfDll)
{
struct so_list *sodel = so->next;
so->next = sodel->next;
if (!so->next)
solib_end = so;
DEBUG_EVENTS ("Unloading dll \"%s\".", sodel->so_name);
windows_free_so (sodel);
return;
}
}
/* We did not find any DLL that was previously loaded at this address,
so register a complaint. We do not report an error, because we have
observed that this may be happening under some circumstances. For
instance, running 32bit applications on x64 Windows causes us to receive
4 mysterious UNLOAD_DLL_DEBUG_EVENTs during the startup phase (these
events are apparently caused by the WOW layer, the interface between
32bit and 64bit worlds). */
complaint (_("dll starting at %s not found."),
host_address_to_string (lpBaseOfDll));
}
/* Call FUNC wrapped in a TRY/CATCH that swallows all GDB
exceptions. */
static void
catch_errors (void (*func) ())
{
try
{
func ();
}
catch (const gdb_exception &ex)
{
exception_print (gdb_stderr, ex);
}
}
/* Clear list of loaded DLLs. */
static void
windows_clear_solib (void)
{
struct so_list *so;
for (so = solib_start.next; so; so = solib_start.next)
{
solib_start.next = so->next;
windows_free_so (so);
}
solib_end = &solib_start;
}
static void
signal_event_command (const char *args, int from_tty)
{
uintptr_t event_id = 0;
char *endargs = NULL;
if (args == NULL)
error (_("signal-event requires an argument (integer event id)"));
event_id = strtoumax (args, &endargs, 10);
if ((errno == ERANGE) || (event_id == 0) || (event_id > UINTPTR_MAX) ||
((HANDLE) event_id == INVALID_HANDLE_VALUE))
error (_("Failed to convert `%s' to event id"), args);
SetEvent ((HANDLE) event_id);
CloseHandle ((HANDLE) event_id);
}
/* See nat/windows-nat.h. */
int
windows_nat::handle_output_debug_string (struct target_waitstatus *ourstatus)
{
int retval = 0;
gdb::unique_xmalloc_ptr<char> s
= (target_read_string
((CORE_ADDR) (uintptr_t) current_event.u.DebugString.lpDebugStringData,
1024));
if (s == nullptr || !*(s.get ()))
/* nothing to do */;
else if (!startswith (s.get (), _CYGWIN_SIGNAL_STRING))
{
#ifdef __CYGWIN__
if (!startswith (s.get (), "cYg"))
#endif
{
char *p = strchr (s.get (), '\0');
if (p > s.get () && *--p == '\n')
*p = '\0';
warning (("%s"), s.get ());
}
}
#ifdef __CYGWIN__
else
{
/* Got a cygwin signal marker. A cygwin signal is followed by
the signal number itself and then optionally followed by the
thread id and address to saved context within the DLL. If
these are supplied, then the given thread is assumed to have
issued the signal and the context from the thread is assumed
to be stored at the given address in the inferior. Tell gdb
to treat this like a real signal. */
char *p;
int sig = strtol (s.get () + sizeof (_CYGWIN_SIGNAL_STRING) - 1, &p, 0);
gdb_signal gotasig = gdb_signal_from_host (sig);
ourstatus->value.sig = gotasig;
if (gotasig)
{
LPCVOID x;
SIZE_T n;
ourstatus->kind = TARGET_WAITKIND_STOPPED;
retval = strtoul (p, &p, 0);
if (!retval)
retval = current_event.dwThreadId;
else if ((x = (LPCVOID) (uintptr_t) strtoull (p, NULL, 0))
&& ReadProcessMemory (current_process_handle, x,
&saved_context,
__COPY_CONTEXT_SIZE, &n)
&& n == __COPY_CONTEXT_SIZE)
have_saved_context = 1;
}
}
#endif
return retval;
}
static int
display_selector (HANDLE thread, DWORD sel)
{
LDT_ENTRY info;
BOOL ret;
#ifdef __x86_64__
if (wow64_process)
ret = Wow64GetThreadSelectorEntry (thread, sel, &info);
else
#endif
ret = GetThreadSelectorEntry (thread, sel, &info);
if (ret)
{
int base, limit;
printf_filtered ("0x%03x: ", (unsigned) sel);
if (!info.HighWord.Bits.Pres)
{
puts_filtered ("Segment not present\n");
return 0;
}
base = (info.HighWord.Bits.BaseHi << 24) +
(info.HighWord.Bits.BaseMid << 16)
+ info.BaseLow;
limit = (info.HighWord.Bits.LimitHi << 16) + info.LimitLow;
if (info.HighWord.Bits.Granularity)
limit = (limit << 12) | 0xfff;
printf_filtered ("base=0x%08x limit=0x%08x", base, limit);
if (info.HighWord.Bits.Default_Big)
puts_filtered(" 32-bit ");
else
puts_filtered(" 16-bit ");
switch ((info.HighWord.Bits.Type & 0xf) >> 1)
{
case 0:
puts_filtered ("Data (Read-Only, Exp-up");
break;
case 1:
puts_filtered ("Data (Read/Write, Exp-up");
break;
case 2:
puts_filtered ("Unused segment (");
break;
case 3:
puts_filtered ("Data (Read/Write, Exp-down");
break;
case 4:
puts_filtered ("Code (Exec-Only, N.Conf");
break;
case 5:
puts_filtered ("Code (Exec/Read, N.Conf");
break;
case 6:
puts_filtered ("Code (Exec-Only, Conf");
break;
case 7:
puts_filtered ("Code (Exec/Read, Conf");
break;
default:
printf_filtered ("Unknown type 0x%lx",
(unsigned long) info.HighWord.Bits.Type);
}
if ((info.HighWord.Bits.Type & 0x1) == 0)
puts_filtered(", N.Acc");
puts_filtered (")\n");
if ((info.HighWord.Bits.Type & 0x10) == 0)
puts_filtered("System selector ");
printf_filtered ("Priviledge level = %ld. ",
(unsigned long) info.HighWord.Bits.Dpl);
if (info.HighWord.Bits.Granularity)
puts_filtered ("Page granular.\n");
else
puts_filtered ("Byte granular.\n");
return 1;
}
else
{
DWORD err = GetLastError ();
if (err == ERROR_NOT_SUPPORTED)
printf_filtered ("Function not supported\n");
else
printf_filtered ("Invalid selector 0x%x.\n", (unsigned) sel);
return 0;
}
}
static void
display_selectors (const char * args, int from_tty)
{
if (inferior_ptid == null_ptid)
{
puts_filtered ("Impossible to display selectors now.\n");
return;
}
windows_thread_info *current_windows_thread
= thread_rec (inferior_ptid, DONT_INVALIDATE_CONTEXT);
if (!args)
{
#ifdef __x86_64__
if (wow64_process)
{
puts_filtered ("Selector $cs\n");
display_selector (current_windows_thread->h,
current_windows_thread->wow64_context.SegCs);
puts_filtered ("Selector $ds\n");
display_selector (current_windows_thread->h,
current_windows_thread->wow64_context.SegDs);
puts_filtered ("Selector $es\n");
display_selector (current_windows_thread->h,
current_windows_thread->wow64_context.SegEs);
puts_filtered ("Selector $ss\n");
display_selector (current_windows_thread->h,
current_windows_thread->wow64_context.SegSs);
puts_filtered ("Selector $fs\n");
display_selector (current_windows_thread->h,
current_windows_thread->wow64_context.SegFs);
puts_filtered ("Selector $gs\n");
display_selector (current_windows_thread->h,
current_windows_thread->wow64_context.SegGs);
}
else
#endif
{
puts_filtered ("Selector $cs\n");
display_selector (current_windows_thread->h,
current_windows_thread->context.SegCs);
puts_filtered ("Selector $ds\n");
display_selector (current_windows_thread->h,
current_windows_thread->context.SegDs);
puts_filtered ("Selector $es\n");
display_selector (current_windows_thread->h,
current_windows_thread->context.SegEs);
puts_filtered ("Selector $ss\n");
display_selector (current_windows_thread->h,
current_windows_thread->context.SegSs);
puts_filtered ("Selector $fs\n");
display_selector (current_windows_thread->h,
current_windows_thread->context.SegFs);
puts_filtered ("Selector $gs\n");
display_selector (current_windows_thread->h,
current_windows_thread->context.SegGs);
}
}
else
{
int sel;
sel = parse_and_eval_long (args);
printf_filtered ("Selector \"%s\"\n",args);
display_selector (current_windows_thread->h, sel);
}
}
/* See nat/windows-nat.h. */
bool
windows_nat::handle_ms_vc_exception (const EXCEPTION_RECORD *rec)
{
if (rec->NumberParameters >= 3
&& (rec->ExceptionInformation[0] & 0xffffffff) == 0x1000)
{
DWORD named_thread_id;
windows_thread_info *named_thread;
CORE_ADDR thread_name_target;
thread_name_target = rec->ExceptionInformation[1];
named_thread_id = (DWORD) (0xffffffff & rec->ExceptionInformation[2]);
if (named_thread_id == (DWORD) -1)
named_thread_id = current_event.dwThreadId;
named_thread = thread_rec (ptid_t (current_event.dwProcessId,
named_thread_id, 0),
DONT_INVALIDATE_CONTEXT);
if (named_thread != NULL)
{
int thread_name_len;
gdb::unique_xmalloc_ptr<char> thread_name
= target_read_string (thread_name_target, 1025, &thread_name_len);
if (thread_name_len > 0)
{
thread_name.get ()[thread_name_len - 1] = '\0';
named_thread->name = std::move (thread_name);
}
}
return true;
}
return false;
}
/* See nat/windows-nat.h. */
bool
windows_nat::handle_access_violation (const EXCEPTION_RECORD *rec)
{
#ifdef __CYGWIN__
/* See if the access violation happened within the cygwin DLL
itself. Cygwin uses a kind of exception handling to deal with
passed-in invalid addresses. gdb should not treat these as real
SEGVs since they will be silently handled by cygwin. A real SEGV
will (theoretically) be caught by cygwin later in the process and
will be sent as a cygwin-specific-signal. So, ignore SEGVs if
they show up within the text segment of the DLL itself. */
const char *fn;
CORE_ADDR addr = (CORE_ADDR) (uintptr_t) rec->ExceptionAddress;
if ((!cygwin_exceptions && (addr >= cygwin_load_start
&& addr < cygwin_load_end))
|| (find_pc_partial_function (addr, &fn, NULL, NULL)
&& startswith (fn, "KERNEL32!IsBad")))
return true;
#endif
return false;
}
/* Resume thread specified by ID, or all artificially suspended
threads, if we are continuing execution. KILLED non-zero means we
have killed the inferior, so we should ignore weird errors due to
threads shutting down. */
static BOOL
windows_continue (DWORD continue_status, int id, int killed)
{
BOOL res;
desired_stop_thread_id = id;
if (matching_pending_stop (debug_events))
return TRUE;
for (windows_thread_info *th : thread_list)
if (id == -1 || id == (int) th->tid)
{
if (!th->suspended)
continue;
#ifdef __x86_64__
if (wow64_process)
{
if (debug_registers_changed)
{
th->wow64_context.ContextFlags |= CONTEXT_DEBUG_REGISTERS;
th->wow64_context.Dr0 = dr[0];
th->wow64_context.Dr1 = dr[1];
th->wow64_context.Dr2 = dr[2];
th->wow64_context.Dr3 = dr[3];
th->wow64_context.Dr6 = DR6_CLEAR_VALUE;
th->wow64_context.Dr7 = dr[7];
}
if (th->wow64_context.ContextFlags)
{
DWORD ec = 0;
if (GetExitCodeThread (th->h, &ec)
&& ec == STILL_ACTIVE)
{
BOOL status = Wow64SetThreadContext (th->h,
&th->wow64_context);
if (!killed)
CHECK (status);
}
th->wow64_context.ContextFlags = 0;
}
}
else
#endif
{
if (debug_registers_changed)
{
th->context.ContextFlags |= CONTEXT_DEBUG_REGISTERS;
th->context.Dr0 = dr[0];
th->context.Dr1 = dr[1];
th->context.Dr2 = dr[2];
th->context.Dr3 = dr[3];
th->context.Dr6 = DR6_CLEAR_VALUE;
th->context.Dr7 = dr[7];
}
if (th->context.ContextFlags)
{
DWORD ec = 0;
if (GetExitCodeThread (th->h, &ec)
&& ec == STILL_ACTIVE)
{
BOOL status = SetThreadContext (th->h, &th->context);
if (!killed)
CHECK (status);
}
th->context.ContextFlags = 0;
}
}
th->resume ();
}
else
{
/* When single-stepping a specific thread, other threads must
be suspended. */
th->suspend ();
}
res = continue_last_debug_event (continue_status, debug_events);
if (!res)
error (_("Failed to resume program execution"
" (ContinueDebugEvent failed, error %u)"),
(unsigned int) GetLastError ());
debug_registers_changed = 0;
return res;
}
/* Called in pathological case where Windows fails to send a
CREATE_PROCESS_DEBUG_EVENT after an attach. */
static DWORD
fake_create_process (void)
{
current_process_handle = OpenProcess (PROCESS_ALL_ACCESS, FALSE,
current_event.dwProcessId);
if (current_process_handle != NULL)
open_process_used = 1;
else
{
error (_("OpenProcess call failed, GetLastError = %u"),
(unsigned) GetLastError ());
/* We can not debug anything in that case. */
}
windows_add_thread (ptid_t (current_event.dwProcessId, 0,
current_event.dwThreadId),
current_event.u.CreateThread.hThread,
current_event.u.CreateThread.lpThreadLocalBase,
true /* main_thread_p */);
return current_event.dwThreadId;
}
void
windows_nat_target::resume (ptid_t ptid, int step, enum gdb_signal sig)
{
windows_thread_info *th;
DWORD continue_status = DBG_CONTINUE;
/* A specific PTID means `step only this thread id'. */
int resume_all = ptid == minus_one_ptid;
/* If we're continuing all threads, it's the current inferior that
should be handled specially. */
if (resume_all)
ptid = inferior_ptid;
if (sig != GDB_SIGNAL_0)
{
if (current_event.dwDebugEventCode != EXCEPTION_DEBUG_EVENT)
{
DEBUG_EXCEPT ("Cannot continue with signal %d here.", sig);
}
else if (sig == last_sig)
continue_status = DBG_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED;
else
#if 0
/* This code does not seem to work, because
the kernel does probably not consider changes in the ExceptionRecord
structure when passing the exception to the inferior.
Note that this seems possible in the exception handler itself. */
{
for (const xlate_exception &x : xlate)
if (x.us == sig)
{
current_event.u.Exception.ExceptionRecord.ExceptionCode
= x.them;
continue_status = DBG_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED;
break;
}
if (continue_status == DBG_CONTINUE)
{
DEBUG_EXCEPT ("Cannot continue with signal %d.", sig);
}
}
#endif
DEBUG_EXCEPT ("Can only continue with received signal %d.",
last_sig);
}
last_sig = GDB_SIGNAL_0;
DEBUG_EXEC ("pid=%d, tid=0x%x, step=%d, sig=%d",
ptid.pid (), (unsigned) ptid.lwp (), step, sig);
/* Get context for currently selected thread. */
th = thread_rec (inferior_ptid, DONT_INVALIDATE_CONTEXT);
if (th)
{
#ifdef __x86_64__
if (wow64_process)
{
if (step)
{
/* Single step by setting t bit. */
struct regcache *regcache = get_current_regcache ();
struct gdbarch *gdbarch = regcache->arch ();
fetch_registers (regcache, gdbarch_ps_regnum (gdbarch));
th->wow64_context.EFlags |= FLAG_TRACE_BIT;
}
if (th->wow64_context.ContextFlags)
{
if (debug_registers_changed)
{
th->wow64_context.Dr0 = dr[0];
th->wow64_context.Dr1 = dr[1];
th->wow64_context.Dr2 = dr[2];
th->wow64_context.Dr3 = dr[3];
th->wow64_context.Dr6 = DR6_CLEAR_VALUE;
th->wow64_context.Dr7 = dr[7];
}
CHECK (Wow64SetThreadContext (th->h, &th->wow64_context));
th->wow64_context.ContextFlags = 0;
}
}
else
#endif
{
if (step)
{
/* Single step by setting t bit. */
struct regcache *regcache = get_current_regcache ();
struct gdbarch *gdbarch = regcache->arch ();
fetch_registers (regcache, gdbarch_ps_regnum (gdbarch));
th->context.EFlags |= FLAG_TRACE_BIT;
}
if (th->context.ContextFlags)
{
if (debug_registers_changed)
{
th->context.Dr0 = dr[0];
th->context.Dr1 = dr[1];
th->context.Dr2 = dr[2];
th->context.Dr3 = dr[3];
th->context.Dr6 = DR6_CLEAR_VALUE;
th->context.Dr7 = dr[7];
}
CHECK (SetThreadContext (th->h, &th->context));
th->context.ContextFlags = 0;
}
}
}
/* Allow continuing with the same signal that interrupted us.
Otherwise complain. */
if (resume_all)
windows_continue (continue_status, -1, 0);
else
windows_continue (continue_status, ptid.lwp (), 0);
}
/* Ctrl-C handler used when the inferior is not run in the same console. The
handler is in charge of interrupting the inferior using DebugBreakProcess.
Note that this function is not available prior to Windows XP. In this case
we emit a warning. */
static BOOL WINAPI
ctrl_c_handler (DWORD event_type)
{
const int attach_flag = current_inferior ()->attach_flag;
/* Only handle Ctrl-C and Ctrl-Break events. Ignore others. */
if (event_type != CTRL_C_EVENT && event_type != CTRL_BREAK_EVENT)
return FALSE;
/* If the inferior and the debugger share the same console, do nothing as
the inferior has also received the Ctrl-C event. */
if (!new_console && !attach_flag)
return TRUE;
#ifdef __x86_64__
if (wow64_process)
{
/* Call DbgUiRemoteBreakin of the 32bit ntdll.dll in the target process.
DebugBreakProcess would call the one of the 64bit ntdll.dll, which
can't be correctly handled by gdb. */
if (wow64_dbgbreak == nullptr)
{
CORE_ADDR addr;
if (!find_minimal_symbol_address ("ntdll!DbgUiRemoteBreakin",
&addr, 0))
wow64_dbgbreak = (void *) addr;
}
if (wow64_dbgbreak != nullptr)
{
HANDLE thread = CreateRemoteThread (current_process_handle, NULL,
0, (LPTHREAD_START_ROUTINE)
wow64_dbgbreak, NULL, 0, NULL);
if (thread)
CloseHandle (thread);
}
}
else
#endif
{
if (!DebugBreakProcess (current_process_handle))
warning (_("Could not interrupt program. "
"Press Ctrl-c in the program console."));
}
/* Return true to tell that Ctrl-C has been handled. */
return TRUE;
}
/* Get the next event from the child. Returns a non-zero thread id if the event
requires handling by WFI (or whatever). */
int
windows_nat_target::get_windows_debug_event (int pid,
struct target_waitstatus *ourstatus)
{
BOOL debug_event;
DWORD continue_status, event_code;
DWORD thread_id = 0;
/* If there is a relevant pending stop, report it now. See the
comment by the definition of "pending_stops" for details on why
this is needed. */
gdb::optional<pending_stop> stop = fetch_pending_stop (debug_events);
if (stop.has_value ())
{
thread_id = stop->thread_id;
*ourstatus = stop->status;
ptid_t ptid (current_event.dwProcessId, thread_id);
windows_thread_info *th = thread_rec (ptid, INVALIDATE_CONTEXT);
th->reload_context = 1;
return thread_id;
}
last_sig = GDB_SIGNAL_0;
if (!(debug_event = wait_for_debug_event (&current_event, 1000)))
goto out;
continue_status = DBG_CONTINUE;
event_code = current_event.dwDebugEventCode;
ourstatus->kind = TARGET_WAITKIND_SPURIOUS;
have_saved_context = 0;
switch (event_code)
{
case CREATE_THREAD_DEBUG_EVENT:
DEBUG_EVENTS ("kernel event for pid=%u tid=0x%x code=%s",
(unsigned) current_event.dwProcessId,
(unsigned) current_event.dwThreadId,
"CREATE_THREAD_DEBUG_EVENT");
if (saw_create != 1)
{
inferior *inf = find_inferior_pid (this, current_event.dwProcessId);
if (!saw_create && inf->attach_flag)
{
/* Kludge around a Windows bug where first event is a create
thread event. Caused when attached process does not have
a main thread. */
thread_id = fake_create_process ();
if (thread_id)
saw_create++;
}
break;
}
/* Record the existence of this thread. */
thread_id = current_event.dwThreadId;
windows_add_thread
(ptid_t (current_event.dwProcessId, current_event.dwThreadId, 0),
current_event.u.CreateThread.hThread,
current_event.u.CreateThread.lpThreadLocalBase,
false /* main_thread_p */);
break;
case EXIT_THREAD_DEBUG_EVENT:
DEBUG_EVENTS ("kernel event for pid=%u tid=0x%x code=%s",
(unsigned) current_event.dwProcessId,
(unsigned) current_event.dwThreadId,
"EXIT_THREAD_DEBUG_EVENT");
windows_delete_thread (ptid_t (current_event.dwProcessId,
current_event.dwThreadId, 0),
current_event.u.ExitThread.dwExitCode,
false /* main_thread_p */);
break;
case CREATE_PROCESS_DEBUG_EVENT:
DEBUG_EVENTS ("kernel event for pid=%u tid=0x%x code=%s",
(unsigned) current_event.dwProcessId,
(unsigned) current_event.dwThreadId,
"CREATE_PROCESS_DEBUG_EVENT");
CloseHandle (current_event.u.CreateProcessInfo.hFile);
if (++saw_create != 1)
break;
current_process_handle = current_event.u.CreateProcessInfo.hProcess;
/* Add the main thread. */
windows_add_thread
(ptid_t (current_event.dwProcessId,
current_event.dwThreadId, 0),
current_event.u.CreateProcessInfo.hThread,
current_event.u.CreateProcessInfo.lpThreadLocalBase,
true /* main_thread_p */);
thread_id = current_event.dwThreadId;
break;
case EXIT_PROCESS_DEBUG_EVENT:
DEBUG_EVENTS ("kernel event for pid=%u tid=0x%x code=%s",
(unsigned) current_event.dwProcessId,
(unsigned) current_event.dwThreadId,
"EXIT_PROCESS_DEBUG_EVENT");
if (!windows_initialization_done)
{
target_terminal::ours ();
target_mourn_inferior (inferior_ptid);
error (_("During startup program exited with code 0x%x."),
(unsigned int) current_event.u.ExitProcess.dwExitCode);
}
else if (saw_create == 1)
{
windows_delete_thread (ptid_t (current_event.dwProcessId,
current_event.dwThreadId, 0),
0, true /* main_thread_p */);
DWORD exit_status = current_event.u.ExitProcess.dwExitCode;
/* If the exit status looks like a fatal exception, but we
don't recognize the exception's code, make the original
exit status value available, to avoid losing
information. */
int exit_signal
= WIFSIGNALED (exit_status) ? WTERMSIG (exit_status) : -1;
if (exit_signal == -1)
{
ourstatus->kind = TARGET_WAITKIND_EXITED;
ourstatus->value.integer = exit_status;
}
else
{
ourstatus->kind = TARGET_WAITKIND_SIGNALLED;
ourstatus->value.sig = gdb_signal_from_host (exit_signal);
}
thread_id = current_event.dwThreadId;
}
break;
case LOAD_DLL_DEBUG_EVENT:
DEBUG_EVENTS ("kernel event for pid=%u tid=0x%x code=%s",
(unsigned) current_event.dwProcessId,
(unsigned) current_event.dwThreadId,
"LOAD_DLL_DEBUG_EVENT");
CloseHandle (current_event.u.LoadDll.hFile);
if (saw_create != 1 || ! windows_initialization_done)
break;
catch_errors (dll_loaded_event);
ourstatus->kind = TARGET_WAITKIND_LOADED;
ourstatus->value.integer = 0;
thread_id = current_event.dwThreadId;
break;
case UNLOAD_DLL_DEBUG_EVENT:
DEBUG_EVENTS ("kernel event for pid=%u tid=0x%x code=%s",
(unsigned) current_event.dwProcessId,
(unsigned) current_event.dwThreadId,
"UNLOAD_DLL_DEBUG_EVENT");
if (saw_create != 1 || ! windows_initialization_done)
break;
catch_errors (handle_unload_dll);
ourstatus->kind = TARGET_WAITKIND_LOADED;
ourstatus->value.integer = 0;
thread_id = current_event.dwThreadId;
break;
case EXCEPTION_DEBUG_EVENT:
DEBUG_EVENTS ("kernel event for pid=%u tid=0x%x code=%s",
(unsigned) current_event.dwProcessId,
(unsigned) current_event.dwThreadId,
"EXCEPTION_DEBUG_EVENT");
if (saw_create != 1)
break;
switch (handle_exception (ourstatus, debug_exceptions))
{
case HANDLE_EXCEPTION_UNHANDLED:
default:
continue_status = DBG_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED;
break;
case HANDLE_EXCEPTION_HANDLED:
thread_id = current_event.dwThreadId;
break;
case HANDLE_EXCEPTION_IGNORED:
continue_status = DBG_CONTINUE;
break;
}
break;
case OUTPUT_DEBUG_STRING_EVENT: /* Message from the kernel. */
DEBUG_EVENTS ("kernel event for pid=%u tid=0x%x code=%s",
(unsigned) current_event.dwProcessId,
(unsigned) current_event.dwThreadId,
"OUTPUT_DEBUG_STRING_EVENT");
if (saw_create != 1)
break;
thread_id = handle_output_debug_string (ourstatus);
break;
default:
if (saw_create != 1)
break;
printf_unfiltered ("gdb: kernel event for pid=%u tid=0x%x\n",
(unsigned) current_event.dwProcessId,
(unsigned) current_event.dwThreadId);
printf_unfiltered (" unknown event code %u\n",
(unsigned) current_event.dwDebugEventCode);
break;
}
if (!thread_id || saw_create != 1)
{
CHECK (windows_continue (continue_status, desired_stop_thread_id, 0));
}
else if (desired_stop_thread_id != -1 && desired_stop_thread_id != thread_id)
{
/* Pending stop. See the comment by the definition of
"pending_stops" for details on why this is needed. */
DEBUG_EVENTS ("get_windows_debug_event - "
"unexpected stop in 0x%x (expecting 0x%x)",
thread_id, desired_stop_thread_id);
if (current_event.dwDebugEventCode == EXCEPTION_DEBUG_EVENT
&& ((current_event.u.Exception.ExceptionRecord.ExceptionCode
== EXCEPTION_BREAKPOINT)
|| (current_event.u.Exception.ExceptionRecord.ExceptionCode
== STATUS_WX86_BREAKPOINT))
&& windows_initialization_done)
{
ptid_t ptid = ptid_t (current_event.dwProcessId, thread_id, 0);
windows_thread_info *th = thread_rec (ptid, INVALIDATE_CONTEXT);
th->stopped_at_software_breakpoint = true;
th->pc_adjusted = false;
}
pending_stops.push_back ({thread_id, *ourstatus, current_event});
thread_id = 0;
CHECK (windows_continue (continue_status, desired_stop_thread_id, 0));
}
out:
return thread_id;
}
/* Wait for interesting events to occur in the target process. */
ptid_t
windows_nat_target::wait (ptid_t ptid, struct target_waitstatus *ourstatus,
target_wait_flags options)
{
int pid = -1;
/* We loop when we get a non-standard exception rather than return
with a SPURIOUS because resume can try and step or modify things,
which needs a current_thread->h. But some of these exceptions mark
the birth or death of threads, which mean that the current thread
isn't necessarily what you think it is. */
while (1)
{
int retval;
/* If the user presses Ctrl-c while the debugger is waiting
for an event, he expects the debugger to interrupt his program
and to get the prompt back. There are two possible situations:
- The debugger and the program do not share the console, in
which case the Ctrl-c event only reached the debugger.
In that case, the ctrl_c handler will take care of interrupting
the inferior. Note that this case is working starting with
Windows XP. For Windows 2000, Ctrl-C should be pressed in the
inferior console.
- The debugger and the program share the same console, in which
case both debugger and inferior will receive the Ctrl-c event.
In that case the ctrl_c handler will ignore the event, as the
Ctrl-c event generated inside the inferior will trigger the
expected debug event.
FIXME: brobecker/2008-05-20: If the inferior receives the
signal first and the delay until GDB receives that signal
is sufficiently long, GDB can sometimes receive the SIGINT
after we have unblocked the CTRL+C handler. This would
lead to the debugger stopping prematurely while handling
the new-thread event that comes with the handling of the SIGINT
inside the inferior, and then stop again immediately when
the user tries to resume the execution in the inferior.
This is a classic race that we should try to fix one day. */
SetConsoleCtrlHandler (&ctrl_c_handler, TRUE);
retval = get_windows_debug_event (pid, ourstatus);
SetConsoleCtrlHandler (&ctrl_c_handler, FALSE);
if (retval)
{
ptid_t result = ptid_t (current_event.dwProcessId, retval, 0);
if (ourstatus->kind != TARGET_WAITKIND_EXITED
&& ourstatus->kind != TARGET_WAITKIND_SIGNALLED)
{
windows_thread_info *th = thread_rec (result, INVALIDATE_CONTEXT);
if (th != nullptr)
{
th->stopped_at_software_breakpoint = false;
if (current_event.dwDebugEventCode == EXCEPTION_DEBUG_EVENT
&& ((current_event.u.Exception.ExceptionRecord.ExceptionCode
== EXCEPTION_BREAKPOINT)
|| (current_event.u.Exception.ExceptionRecord.ExceptionCode
== STATUS_WX86_BREAKPOINT))
&& windows_initialization_done)
{
th->stopped_at_software_breakpoint = true;
th->pc_adjusted = false;
}
}
}
return result;
}
else
{
int detach = 0;
if (deprecated_ui_loop_hook != NULL)
detach = deprecated_ui_loop_hook (0);
if (detach)
kill ();
}
}
}
void
windows_nat_target::do_initial_windows_stuff (DWORD pid, bool attaching)
{
int i;
struct inferior *inf;
last_sig = GDB_SIGNAL_0;
open_process_used = 0;
debug_registers_changed = 0;
debug_registers_used = 0;
for (i = 0; i < sizeof (dr) / sizeof (dr[0]); i++)
dr[i] = 0;
#ifdef __CYGWIN__
cygwin_load_start = cygwin_load_end = 0;
#endif
current_event.dwProcessId = pid;
memset (&current_event, 0, sizeof (current_event));
inf = current_inferior ();
if (!inf->target_is_pushed (this))
inf->push_target (this);
disable_breakpoints_in_shlibs ();
windows_clear_solib ();
clear_proceed_status (0);
init_wait_for_inferior ();
#ifdef __x86_64__
ignore_first_breakpoint = !attaching && wow64_process;
if (!wow64_process)
{
windows_set_context_register_offsets (amd64_mappings);
windows_set_segment_register_p (amd64_windows_segment_register_p);
}
else
#endif
{
windows_set_context_register_offsets (i386_mappings);
windows_set_segment_register_p (i386_windows_segment_register_p);
}
inferior_appeared (inf, pid);
inf->attach_flag = attaching;
target_terminal::init ();
target_terminal::inferior ();
windows_initialization_done = 0;
ptid_t last_ptid;
while (1)
{
struct target_waitstatus status;
last_ptid = this->wait (minus_one_ptid, &status, 0);
/* Note windows_wait returns TARGET_WAITKIND_SPURIOUS for thread
events. */
if (status.kind != TARGET_WAITKIND_LOADED
&& status.kind != TARGET_WAITKIND_SPURIOUS)
break;
this->resume (minus_one_ptid, 0, GDB_SIGNAL_0);
}
switch_to_thread (find_thread_ptid (this, last_ptid));
/* Now that the inferior has been started and all DLLs have been mapped,
we can iterate over all DLLs and load them in.
We avoid doing it any earlier because, on certain versions of Windows,
LOAD_DLL_DEBUG_EVENTs are sometimes not complete. In particular,
we have seen on Windows 8.1 that the ntdll.dll load event does not
include the DLL name, preventing us from creating an associated SO.
A possible explanation is that ntdll.dll might be mapped before
the SO info gets created by the Windows system -- ntdll.dll is
the first DLL to be reported via LOAD_DLL_DEBUG_EVENT and other DLLs
do not seem to suffer from that problem.
Rather than try to work around this sort of issue, it is much
simpler to just ignore DLL load/unload events during the startup
phase, and then process them all in one batch now. */
windows_add_all_dlls ();
windows_initialization_done = 1;
return;
}
/* Try to set or remove a user privilege to the current process. Return -1
if that fails, the previous setting of that privilege otherwise.
This code is copied from the Cygwin source code and rearranged to allow
dynamically loading of the needed symbols from advapi32 which is only
available on NT/2K/XP. */
static int
set_process_privilege (const char *privilege, BOOL enable)
{
HANDLE token_hdl = NULL;
LUID restore_priv;
TOKEN_PRIVILEGES new_priv, orig_priv;
int ret = -1;
DWORD size;
if (!OpenProcessToken (GetCurrentProcess (),
TOKEN_QUERY | TOKEN_ADJUST_PRIVILEGES,
&token_hdl))
goto out;
if (!LookupPrivilegeValueA (NULL, privilege, &restore_priv))
goto out;
new_priv.PrivilegeCount = 1;
new_priv.Privileges[0].Luid = restore_priv;
new_priv.Privileges[0].Attributes = enable ? SE_PRIVILEGE_ENABLED : 0;
if (!AdjustTokenPrivileges (token_hdl, FALSE, &new_priv,
sizeof orig_priv, &orig_priv, &size))
goto out;
#if 0
/* Disabled, otherwise every `attach' in an unprivileged user session
would raise the "Failed to get SE_DEBUG_NAME privilege" warning in
windows_attach(). */
/* AdjustTokenPrivileges returns TRUE even if the privilege could not
be enabled. GetLastError () returns an correct error code, though. */
if (enable && GetLastError () == ERROR_NOT_ALL_ASSIGNED)
goto out;
#endif
ret = orig_priv.Privileges[0].Attributes == SE_PRIVILEGE_ENABLED ? 1 : 0;
out:
if (token_hdl)
CloseHandle (token_hdl);
return ret;
}
/* Attach to process PID, then initialize for debugging it. */
void
windows_nat_target::attach (const char *args, int from_tty)
{
BOOL ok;
DWORD pid;
pid = parse_pid_to_attach (args);
if (set_process_privilege (SE_DEBUG_NAME, TRUE) < 0)
{
printf_unfiltered ("Warning: Failed to get SE_DEBUG_NAME privilege\n");
printf_unfiltered ("This can cause attach to "
"fail on Windows NT/2K/XP\n");
}
windows_init_thread_list ();
ok = DebugActiveProcess (pid);
saw_create = 0;
#ifdef __CYGWIN__
if (!ok)
{
/* Try fall back to Cygwin pid. */
pid = cygwin_internal (CW_CYGWIN_PID_TO_WINPID, pid);
if (pid > 0)
ok = DebugActiveProcess (pid);
}
#endif
if (!ok)
error (_("Can't attach to process %u (error %u)"),
(unsigned) pid, (unsigned) GetLastError ());
DebugSetProcessKillOnExit (FALSE);
if (from_tty)
{
const char *exec_file = get_exec_file (0);
if (exec_file)
printf_unfiltered ("Attaching to program `%s', %s\n", exec_file,
target_pid_to_str (ptid_t (pid)).c_str ());
else
printf_unfiltered ("Attaching to %s\n",
target_pid_to_str (ptid_t (pid)).c_str ());
}
#ifdef __x86_64__
HANDLE h = OpenProcess (PROCESS_QUERY_INFORMATION, FALSE, pid);
if (h != NULL)
{
BOOL wow64;
if (IsWow64Process (h, &wow64))
wow64_process = wow64;
CloseHandle (h);
}
#endif
do_initial_windows_stuff (pid, 1);
target_terminal::ours ();
}
void
windows_nat_target::detach (inferior *inf, int from_tty)
{
int detached = 1;
ptid_t ptid = minus_one_ptid;
resume (ptid, 0, GDB_SIGNAL_0);
if (!DebugActiveProcessStop (current_event.dwProcessId))
{
error (_("Can't detach process %u (error %u)"),
(unsigned) current_event.dwProcessId, (unsigned) GetLastError ());
detached = 0;
}
DebugSetProcessKillOnExit (FALSE);
if (detached && from_tty)
{
const char *exec_file = get_exec_file (0);
if (exec_file == 0)
exec_file = "";
printf_unfiltered ("Detaching from program: %s, Pid %u\n", exec_file,
(unsigned) current_event.dwProcessId);
}
x86_cleanup_dregs ();
switch_to_no_thread ();
detach_inferior (inf);
maybe_unpush_target ();
}
/* Try to determine the executable filename.
EXE_NAME_RET is a pointer to a buffer whose size is EXE_NAME_MAX_LEN.
Upon success, the filename is stored inside EXE_NAME_RET, and
this function returns nonzero.
Otherwise, this function returns zero and the contents of
EXE_NAME_RET is undefined. */
static int
windows_get_exec_module_filename (char *exe_name_ret, size_t exe_name_max_len)
{
DWORD len;
HMODULE dh_buf;
DWORD cbNeeded;
cbNeeded = 0;
#ifdef __x86_64__
if (wow64_process)
{
if (!EnumProcessModulesEx (current_process_handle, &dh_buf,
sizeof (HMODULE), &cbNeeded,
LIST_MODULES_32BIT) || !cbNeeded)
return 0;
}
else
#endif
{
if (!EnumProcessModules (current_process_handle, &dh_buf,
sizeof (HMODULE), &cbNeeded) || !cbNeeded)
return 0;
}
/* We know the executable is always first in the list of modules,
which we just fetched. So no need to fetch more. */
#ifdef __CYGWIN__
{
/* Cygwin prefers that the path be in /x/y/z format, so extract
the filename into a temporary buffer first, and then convert it
to POSIX format into the destination buffer. */
cygwin_buf_t *pathbuf = (cygwin_buf_t *) alloca (exe_name_max_len * sizeof (cygwin_buf_t));
len = GetModuleFileNameEx (current_process_handle,
dh_buf, pathbuf, exe_name_max_len);
if (len == 0)
error (_("Error getting executable filename: %u."),
(unsigned) GetLastError ());
if (cygwin_conv_path (CCP_WIN_W_TO_POSIX, pathbuf, exe_name_ret,
exe_name_max_len) < 0)
error (_("Error converting executable filename to POSIX: %d."), errno);
}
#else
len = GetModuleFileNameEx (current_process_handle,
dh_buf, exe_name_ret, exe_name_max_len);
if (len == 0)
error (_("Error getting executable filename: %u."),
(unsigned) GetLastError ());
#endif
return 1; /* success */
}
/* The pid_to_exec_file target_ops method for this platform. */
char *
windows_nat_target::pid_to_exec_file (int pid)
{
static char path[__PMAX];
#ifdef __CYGWIN__
/* Try to find exe name as symlink target of /proc/<pid>/exe. */
int nchars;
char procexe[sizeof ("/proc/4294967295/exe")];
xsnprintf (procexe, sizeof (procexe), "/proc/%u/exe", pid);
nchars = readlink (procexe, path, sizeof(path));
if (nchars > 0 && nchars < sizeof (path))
{
path[nchars] = '\0'; /* Got it */
return path;
}
#endif
/* If we get here then either Cygwin is hosed, this isn't a Cygwin version
of gdb, or we're trying to debug a non-Cygwin windows executable. */
if (!windows_get_exec_module_filename (path, sizeof (path)))
path[0] = '\0';
return path;
}
/* Print status information about what we're accessing. */
void
windows_nat_target::files_info ()
{
struct inferior *inf = current_inferior ();
printf_unfiltered ("\tUsing the running image of %s %s.\n",
inf->attach_flag ? "attached" : "child",
target_pid_to_str (inferior_ptid).c_str ());
}
/* Modify CreateProcess parameters for use of a new separate console.
Parameters are:
*FLAGS: DWORD parameter for general process creation flags.
*SI: STARTUPINFO structure, for which the console window size and
console buffer size is filled in if GDB is running in a console.
to create the new console.
The size of the used font is not available on all versions of
Windows OS. Furthermore, the current font might not be the default
font, but this is still better than before.
If the windows and buffer sizes are computed,
SI->DWFLAGS is changed so that this information is used
by CreateProcess function. */
static void
windows_set_console_info (STARTUPINFO *si, DWORD *flags)
{
HANDLE hconsole = CreateFile ("CONOUT$", GENERIC_READ | GENERIC_WRITE,
FILE_SHARE_READ, NULL, OPEN_EXISTING, 0, 0);
if (hconsole != INVALID_HANDLE_VALUE)
{
CONSOLE_SCREEN_BUFFER_INFO sbinfo;
COORD font_size;
CONSOLE_FONT_INFO cfi;
GetCurrentConsoleFont (hconsole, FALSE, &cfi);
font_size = GetConsoleFontSize (hconsole, cfi.nFont);
GetConsoleScreenBufferInfo(hconsole, &sbinfo);
si->dwXSize = sbinfo.srWindow.Right - sbinfo.srWindow.Left + 1;
si->dwYSize = sbinfo.srWindow.Bottom - sbinfo.srWindow.Top + 1;
if (font_size.X)
si->dwXSize *= font_size.X;
else
si->dwXSize *= 8;
if (font_size.Y)
si->dwYSize *= font_size.Y;
else
si->dwYSize *= 12;
si->dwXCountChars = sbinfo.dwSize.X;
si->dwYCountChars = sbinfo.dwSize.Y;
si->dwFlags |= STARTF_USESIZE | STARTF_USECOUNTCHARS;
}
*flags |= CREATE_NEW_CONSOLE;
}
#ifndef __CYGWIN__
/* Function called by qsort to sort environment strings. */
static int
envvar_cmp (const void *a, const void *b)
{
const char **p = (const char **) a;
const char **q = (const char **) b;
return strcasecmp (*p, *q);
}
#endif
#ifdef __CYGWIN__
static void
clear_win32_environment (char **env)
{
int i;
size_t len;
wchar_t *copy = NULL, *equalpos;
for (i = 0; env[i] && *env[i]; i++)
{
len = mbstowcs (NULL, env[i], 0) + 1;
copy = (wchar_t *) xrealloc (copy, len * sizeof (wchar_t));
mbstowcs (copy, env[i], len);
equalpos = wcschr (copy, L'=');
if (equalpos)
*equalpos = L'\0';
SetEnvironmentVariableW (copy, NULL);
}
xfree (copy);
}
#endif
#ifndef __CYGWIN__
/* Redirection of inferior I/O streams for native MS-Windows programs.
Unlike on Unix, where this is handled by invoking the inferior via
the shell, on MS-Windows we need to emulate the cmd.exe shell.
The official documentation of the cmd.exe redirection features is here:
http://www.microsoft.com/resources/documentation/windows/xp/all/proddocs/en-us/redirection.mspx
(That page talks about Windows XP, but there's no newer
documentation, so we assume later versions of cmd.exe didn't change
anything.)
Caveat: the documentation on that page seems to include a few lies.
For example, it describes strange constructs 1<&2 and 2<&1, which
seem to work only when 1>&2 resp. 2>&1 would make sense, and so I
think the cmd.exe parser of the redirection symbols simply doesn't
care about the < vs > distinction in these cases. Therefore, the
supported features are explicitly documented below.
The emulation below aims at supporting all the valid use cases
supported by cmd.exe, which include:
< FILE redirect standard input from FILE
0< FILE redirect standard input from FILE
<&N redirect standard input from file descriptor N
0<&N redirect standard input from file descriptor N
> FILE redirect standard output to FILE
>> FILE append standard output to FILE
1>> FILE append standard output to FILE
>&N redirect standard output to file descriptor N
1>&N redirect standard output to file descriptor N
>>&N append standard output to file descriptor N
1>>&N append standard output to file descriptor N
2> FILE redirect standard error to FILE
2>> FILE append standard error to FILE
2>&N redirect standard error to file descriptor N
2>>&N append standard error to file descriptor N
Note that using N > 2 in the above construct is supported, but
requires that the corresponding file descriptor be open by some
means elsewhere or outside GDB. Also note that using ">&0" or
"<&2" will generally fail, because the file descriptor redirected
from is normally open in an incompatible mode (e.g., FD 0 is open
for reading only). IOW, use of such tricks is not recommended;
you are on your own.
We do NOT support redirection of file descriptors above 2, as in
"3>SOME-FILE", because MinGW compiled programs don't (supporting
that needs special handling in the startup code that MinGW
doesn't have). Pipes are also not supported.
As for invalid use cases, where the redirection contains some
error, the emulation below will detect that and produce some
error and/or failure. But the behavior in those cases is not
bug-for-bug compatible with what cmd.exe does in those cases.
That's because what cmd.exe does then is not well defined, and
seems to be a side effect of the cmd.exe parsing of the command
line more than anything else. For example, try redirecting to an
invalid file name, as in "> foo:bar".
There are also minor syntactic deviations from what cmd.exe does
in some corner cases. For example, it doesn't support the likes
of "> &foo" to mean redirect to file named literally "&foo"; we
do support that here, because that, too, sounds like some issue
with the cmd.exe parser. Another nicety is that we support
redirection targets that use file names with forward slashes,
something cmd.exe doesn't -- this comes in handy since GDB
file-name completion can be used when typing the command line for
the inferior. */
/* Support routines for redirecting standard handles of the inferior. */
/* Parse a single redirection spec, open/duplicate the specified
file/fd, and assign the appropriate value to one of the 3 standard
file descriptors. */
static int
redir_open (const char *redir_string, int *inp, int *out, int *err)
{
int *fd, ref_fd = -2;
int mode;
const char *fname = redir_string + 1;
int rc = *redir_string;
switch (rc)
{
case '0':
fname++;
/* FALLTHROUGH */
case '<':
fd = inp;
mode = O_RDONLY;
break;
case '1': case '2':
fname++;
/* FALLTHROUGH */
case '>':
fd = (rc == '2') ? err : out;
mode = O_WRONLY | O_CREAT;
if (*fname == '>')
{
fname++;
mode |= O_APPEND;
}
else
mode |= O_TRUNC;
break;
default:
return -1;
}
if (*fname == '&' && '0' <= fname[1] && fname[1] <= '9')
{
/* A reference to a file descriptor. */
char *fdtail;
ref_fd = (int) strtol (fname + 1, &fdtail, 10);
if (fdtail > fname + 1 && *fdtail == '\0')
{
/* Don't allow redirection when open modes are incompatible. */
if ((ref_fd == 0 && (fd == out || fd == err))
|| ((ref_fd == 1 || ref_fd == 2) && fd == inp))
{
errno = EPERM;
return -1;
}
if (ref_fd == 0)
ref_fd = *inp;
else if (ref_fd == 1)
ref_fd = *out;
else if (ref_fd == 2)
ref_fd = *err;
}
else
{
errno = EBADF;
return -1;
}
}
else
fname++; /* skip the separator space */
/* If the descriptor is already open, close it. This allows
multiple specs of redirections for the same stream, which is
somewhat nonsensical, but still valid and supported by cmd.exe.
(But cmd.exe only opens a single file in this case, the one
specified by the last redirection spec on the command line.) */
if (*fd >= 0)
_close (*fd);
if (ref_fd == -2)
{
*fd = _open (fname, mode, _S_IREAD | _S_IWRITE);
if (*fd < 0)
return -1;
}
else if (ref_fd == -1)
*fd = -1; /* reset to default destination */
else
{
*fd = _dup (ref_fd);
if (*fd < 0)
return -1;
}
/* _open just sets a flag for O_APPEND, which won't be passed to the
inferior, so we need to actually move the file pointer. */
if ((mode & O_APPEND) != 0)
_lseek (*fd, 0L, SEEK_END);
return 0;
}
/* Canonicalize a single redirection spec and set up the corresponding
file descriptor as specified. */
static int
redir_set_redirection (const char *s, int *inp, int *out, int *err)
{
char buf[__PMAX + 2 + 5]; /* extra space for quotes & redirection string */
char *d = buf;
const char *start = s;
int quote = 0;
*d++ = *s++; /* copy the 1st character, < or > or a digit */
if ((*start == '>' || *start == '1' || *start == '2')
&& *s == '>')
{
*d++ = *s++;
if (*s == '>' && *start != '>')
*d++ = *s++;
}
else if (*start == '0' && *s == '<')
*d++ = *s++;
/* cmd.exe recognizes "&N" only immediately after the redirection symbol. */
if (*s != '&')
{
while (isspace (*s)) /* skip whitespace before file name */
s++;
*d++ = ' '; /* separate file name with a single space */
}
/* Copy the file name. */
while (*s)
{
/* Remove quoting characters from the file name in buf[]. */
if (*s == '"') /* could support '..' quoting here */
{
if (!quote)
quote = *s++;
else if (*s == quote)
{
quote = 0;
s++;
}
else
*d++ = *s++;
}
else if (*s == '\\')
{
if (s[1] == '"') /* could support '..' here */
s++;
*d++ = *s++;
}
else if (isspace (*s) && !quote)
break;
else
*d++ = *s++;
if (d - buf >= sizeof (buf) - 1)
{
errno = ENAMETOOLONG;
return 0;
}
}
*d = '\0';
/* Windows doesn't allow redirection characters in file names, so we
can bail out early if they use them, or if there's no target file
name after the redirection symbol. */
if (d[-1] == '>' || d[-1] == '<')
{
errno = ENOENT;
return 0;
}
if (redir_open (buf, inp, out, err) == 0)
return s - start;
return 0;
}
/* Parse the command line for redirection specs and prepare the file
descriptors for the 3 standard streams accordingly. */
static bool
redirect_inferior_handles (const char *cmd_orig, char *cmd,
int *inp, int *out, int *err)
{
const char *s = cmd_orig;
char *d = cmd;
int quote = 0;
bool retval = false;
while (isspace (*s))
*d++ = *s++;
while (*s)
{
if (*s == '"') /* could also support '..' quoting here */
{
if (!quote)
quote = *s;
else if (*s == quote)
quote = 0;
}
else if (*s == '\\')
{
if (s[1] == '"') /* escaped quote char */
s++;
}
else if (!quote)
{
/* Process a single redirection candidate. */
if (*s == '<' || *s == '>'
|| ((*s == '1' || *s == '2') && s[1] == '>')
|| (*s == '0' && s[1] == '<'))
{
int skip = redir_set_redirection (s, inp, out, err);
if (skip <= 0)
return false;
retval = true;
s += skip;
}
}
if (*s)
*d++ = *s++;
}
*d = '\0';
return retval;
}
#endif /* !__CYGWIN__ */
/* Start an inferior windows child process and sets inferior_ptid to its pid.
EXEC_FILE is the file to run.
ALLARGS is a string containing the arguments to the program.
ENV is the environment vector to pass. Errors reported with error(). */
void
windows_nat_target::create_inferior (const char *exec_file,
const std::string &origallargs,
char **in_env, int from_tty)
{
STARTUPINFO si;
#ifdef __CYGWIN__
cygwin_buf_t real_path[__PMAX];
cygwin_buf_t shell[__PMAX]; /* Path to shell */
cygwin_buf_t infcwd[__PMAX];
const char *sh;
cygwin_buf_t *toexec;
cygwin_buf_t *cygallargs;
cygwin_buf_t *args;
char **old_env = NULL;
PWCHAR w32_env;
size_t len;
int tty;
int ostdin, ostdout, ostderr;
#else /* !__CYGWIN__ */
char shell[__PMAX]; /* Path to shell */
const char *toexec;
char *args, *allargs_copy;
size_t args_len, allargs_len;
int fd_inp = -1, fd_out = -1, fd_err = -1;
HANDLE tty = INVALID_HANDLE_VALUE;
bool redirected = false;
char *w32env;
char *temp;
size_t envlen;
int i;
size_t envsize;
char **env;
#endif /* !__CYGWIN__ */
const char *allargs = origallargs.c_str ();
PROCESS_INFORMATION pi;
BOOL ret;
DWORD flags = 0;
const char *inferior_tty = current_inferior ()->tty ();
if (!exec_file)
error (_("No executable specified, use `target exec'."));
const char *inferior_cwd = get_inferior_cwd ();
std::string expanded_infcwd;
if (inferior_cwd != NULL)
{
expanded_infcwd = gdb_tilde_expand (inferior_cwd);
/* Mirror slashes on inferior's cwd. */
std::replace (expanded_infcwd.begin (), expanded_infcwd.end (),
'/', '\\');
inferior_cwd = expanded_infcwd.c_str ();
}
memset (&si, 0, sizeof (si));
si.cb = sizeof (si);
if (new_group)
flags |= CREATE_NEW_PROCESS_GROUP;
if (new_console)
windows_set_console_info (&si, &flags);
#ifdef __CYGWIN__
if (!useshell)
{
flags |= DEBUG_ONLY_THIS_PROCESS;
if (cygwin_conv_path (CCP_POSIX_TO_WIN_W, exec_file, real_path,
__PMAX * sizeof (cygwin_buf_t)) < 0)
error (_("Error starting executable: %d"), errno);
toexec = real_path;
#ifdef __USEWIDE
len = mbstowcs (NULL, allargs, 0) + 1;
if (len == (size_t) -1)
error (_("Error starting executable: %d"), errno);
cygallargs = (wchar_t *) alloca (len * sizeof (wchar_t));
mbstowcs (cygallargs, allargs, len);
#else /* !__USEWIDE */
cygallargs = allargs;
#endif
}
else
{
sh = get_shell ();
if (cygwin_conv_path (CCP_POSIX_TO_WIN_W, sh, shell, __PMAX) < 0)
error (_("Error starting executable via shell: %d"), errno);
#ifdef __USEWIDE
len = sizeof (L" -c 'exec '") + mbstowcs (NULL, exec_file, 0)
+ mbstowcs (NULL, allargs, 0) + 2;
cygallargs = (wchar_t *) alloca (len * sizeof (wchar_t));
swprintf (cygallargs, len, L" -c 'exec %s %s'", exec_file, allargs);
#else /* !__USEWIDE */
len = (sizeof (" -c 'exec '") + strlen (exec_file)
+ strlen (allargs) + 2);
cygallargs = (char *) alloca (len);
xsnprintf (cygallargs, len, " -c 'exec %s %s'", exec_file, allargs);
#endif /* __USEWIDE */
toexec = shell;
flags |= DEBUG_PROCESS;
}
if (inferior_cwd != NULL
&& cygwin_conv_path (CCP_POSIX_TO_WIN_W, inferior_cwd,
infcwd, strlen (inferior_cwd)) < 0)
error (_("Error converting inferior cwd: %d"), errno);
#ifdef __USEWIDE
args = (cygwin_buf_t *) alloca ((wcslen (toexec) + wcslen (cygallargs) + 2)
* sizeof (wchar_t));
wcscpy (args, toexec);
wcscat (args, L" ");
wcscat (args, cygallargs);
#else /* !__USEWIDE */
args = (cygwin_buf_t *) alloca (strlen (toexec) + strlen (cygallargs) + 2);
strcpy (args, toexec);
strcat (args, " ");
strcat (args, cygallargs);
#endif /* !__USEWIDE */
#ifdef CW_CVT_ENV_TO_WINENV
/* First try to create a direct Win32 copy of the POSIX environment. */
w32_env = (PWCHAR) cygwin_internal (CW_CVT_ENV_TO_WINENV, in_env);
if (w32_env != (PWCHAR) -1)
flags |= CREATE_UNICODE_ENVIRONMENT;
else
/* If that fails, fall back to old method tweaking GDB's environment. */
#endif /* CW_CVT_ENV_TO_WINENV */
{
/* Reset all Win32 environment variables to avoid leftover on next run. */
clear_win32_environment (environ);
/* Prepare the environment vars for CreateProcess. */
old_env = environ;
environ = in_env;
cygwin_internal (CW_SYNC_WINENV);
w32_env = NULL;
}
if (inferior_tty == nullptr)
tty = ostdin = ostdout = ostderr = -1;
else
{
tty = open (inferior_tty, O_RDWR | O_NOCTTY);
if (tty < 0)
{
print_sys_errmsg (inferior_tty, errno);
ostdin = ostdout = ostderr = -1;
}
else
{
ostdin = dup (0);
ostdout = dup (1);
ostderr = dup (2);
dup2 (tty, 0);
dup2 (tty, 1);
dup2 (tty, 2);
}
}
windows_init_thread_list ();
ret = CreateProcess (0,
args, /* command line */
NULL, /* Security */
NULL, /* thread */
TRUE, /* inherit handles */
flags, /* start flags */
w32_env, /* environment */
inferior_cwd != NULL ? infcwd : NULL, /* current
directory */
&si,
&pi);
if (w32_env)
/* Just free the Win32 environment, if it could be created. */
free (w32_env);
else
{
/* Reset all environment variables to avoid leftover on next run. */
clear_win32_environment (in_env);
/* Restore normal GDB environment variables. */
environ = old_env;
cygwin_internal (CW_SYNC_WINENV);
}
if (tty >= 0)
{
::close (tty);
dup2 (ostdin, 0);
dup2 (ostdout, 1);
dup2 (ostderr, 2);
::close (ostdin);
::close (ostdout);
::close (ostderr);
}
#else /* !__CYGWIN__ */
allargs_len = strlen (allargs);
allargs_copy = strcpy ((char *) alloca (allargs_len + 1), allargs);
if (strpbrk (allargs_copy, "<>") != NULL)
{
int e = errno;
errno = 0;
redirected =
redirect_inferior_handles (allargs, allargs_copy,
&fd_inp, &fd_out, &fd_err);
if (errno)
warning (_("Error in redirection: %s."), safe_strerror (errno));
else
errno = e;
allargs_len = strlen (allargs_copy);
}
/* If not all the standard streams are redirected by the command
line, use INFERIOR_TTY for those which aren't. */
if (inferior_tty != nullptr
&& !(fd_inp >= 0 && fd_out >= 0 && fd_err >= 0))
{
SECURITY_ATTRIBUTES sa;
sa.nLength = sizeof(sa);
sa.lpSecurityDescriptor = 0;
sa.bInheritHandle = TRUE;
tty = CreateFileA (inferior_tty, GENERIC_READ | GENERIC_WRITE,
0, &sa, OPEN_EXISTING, FILE_ATTRIBUTE_NORMAL, 0);
if (tty == INVALID_HANDLE_VALUE)
warning (_("Warning: Failed to open TTY %s, error %#x."),
inferior_tty, (unsigned) GetLastError ());
}
if (redirected || tty != INVALID_HANDLE_VALUE)
{
if (fd_inp >= 0)
si.hStdInput = (HANDLE) _get_osfhandle (fd_inp);
else if (tty != INVALID_HANDLE_VALUE)
si.hStdInput = tty;
else
si.hStdInput = GetStdHandle (STD_INPUT_HANDLE);
if (fd_out >= 0)
si.hStdOutput = (HANDLE) _get_osfhandle (fd_out);
else if (tty != INVALID_HANDLE_VALUE)
si.hStdOutput = tty;
else
si.hStdOutput = GetStdHandle (STD_OUTPUT_HANDLE);
if (fd_err >= 0)
si.hStdError = (HANDLE) _get_osfhandle (fd_err);
else if (tty != INVALID_HANDLE_VALUE)
si.hStdError = tty;
else
si.hStdError = GetStdHandle (STD_ERROR_HANDLE);
si.dwFlags |= STARTF_USESTDHANDLES;
}
toexec = exec_file;
/* Build the command line, a space-separated list of tokens where
the first token is the name of the module to be executed.
To avoid ambiguities introduced by spaces in the module name,
we quote it. */
args_len = strlen (toexec) + 2 /* quotes */ + allargs_len + 2;
args = (char *) alloca (args_len);
xsnprintf (args, args_len, "\"%s\" %s", toexec, allargs_copy);
flags |= DEBUG_ONLY_THIS_PROCESS;
/* CreateProcess takes the environment list as a null terminated set of
strings (i.e. two nulls terminate the list). */
/* Get total size for env strings. */
for (envlen = 0, i = 0; in_env[i] && *in_env[i]; i++)
envlen += strlen (in_env[i]) + 1;
envsize = sizeof (in_env[0]) * (i + 1);
env = (char **) alloca (envsize);
memcpy (env, in_env, envsize);
/* Windows programs expect the environment block to be sorted. */
qsort (env, i, sizeof (char *), envvar_cmp);
w32env = (char *) alloca (envlen + 1);
/* Copy env strings into new buffer. */
for (temp = w32env, i = 0; env[i] && *env[i]; i++)
{
strcpy (temp, env[i]);
temp += strlen (temp) + 1;
}
/* Final nil string to terminate new env. */
*temp = 0;
windows_init_thread_list ();
ret = CreateProcessA (0,
args, /* command line */
NULL, /* Security */
NULL, /* thread */
TRUE, /* inherit handles */
flags, /* start flags */
w32env, /* environment */