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/* Cache and manage frames for GDB, the GNU debugger.
Copyright (C) 1986-2020 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
This file is part of GDB.
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
the Free Software Foundation; either version 3 of the License, or
(at your option) any later version.
This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
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/>. */
#include "defs.h"
#include "frame.h"
#include "target.h"
#include "value.h"
#include "inferior.h" /* for inferior_ptid */
#include "regcache.h"
#include "user-regs.h"
#include "gdb_obstack.h"
#include "dummy-frame.h"
#include "sentinel-frame.h"
#include "gdbcore.h"
#include "annotate.h"
#include "language.h"
#include "frame-unwind.h"
#include "frame-base.h"
#include "command.h"
#include "gdbcmd.h"
#include "observable.h"
#include "objfiles.h"
#include "gdbthread.h"
#include "block.h"
#include "inline-frame.h"
#include "tracepoint.h"
#include "hashtab.h"
#include "valprint.h"
#include "cli/cli-option.h"
/* The sentinel frame terminates the innermost end of the frame chain.
If unwound, it returns the information needed to construct an
innermost frame.
The current frame, which is the innermost frame, can be found at
sentinel_frame->prev. */
static struct frame_info *sentinel_frame;
/* The values behind the global "set backtrace ..." settings. */
set_backtrace_options user_set_backtrace_options;
static struct frame_info *get_prev_frame_raw (struct frame_info *this_frame);
static const char *frame_stop_reason_symbol_string (enum unwind_stop_reason reason);
/* Status of some values cached in the frame_info object. */
enum cached_copy_status
{
/* Value is unknown. */
CC_UNKNOWN,
/* We have a value. */
CC_VALUE,
/* Value was not saved. */
CC_NOT_SAVED,
/* Value is unavailable. */
CC_UNAVAILABLE
};
/* We keep a cache of stack frames, each of which is a "struct
frame_info". The innermost one gets allocated (in
wait_for_inferior) each time the inferior stops; sentinel_frame
points to it. Additional frames get allocated (in get_prev_frame)
as needed, and are chained through the next and prev fields. Any
time that the frame cache becomes invalid (most notably when we
execute something, but also if we change how we interpret the
frames (e.g. "set heuristic-fence-post" in mips-tdep.c, or anything
which reads new symbols)), we should call reinit_frame_cache. */
struct frame_info
{
/* Level of this frame. The inner-most (youngest) frame is at level
0. As you move towards the outer-most (oldest) frame, the level
increases. This is a cached value. It could just as easily be
computed by counting back from the selected frame to the inner
most frame. */
/* NOTE: cagney/2002-04-05: Perhaps a level of ``-1'' should be
reserved to indicate a bogus frame - one that has been created
just to keep GDB happy (GDB always needs a frame). For the
moment leave this as speculation. */
int level;
/* The frame's program space. */
struct program_space *pspace;
/* The frame's address space. */
const address_space *aspace;
/* The frame's low-level unwinder and corresponding cache. The
low-level unwinder is responsible for unwinding register values
for the previous frame. The low-level unwind methods are
selected based on the presence, or otherwise, of register unwind
information such as CFI. */
void *prologue_cache;
const struct frame_unwind *unwind;
/* Cached copy of the previous frame's architecture. */
struct
{
int p;
struct gdbarch *arch;
} prev_arch;
/* Cached copy of the previous frame's resume address. */
struct {
enum cached_copy_status status;
/* Did VALUE require unmasking when being read. */
bool masked;
CORE_ADDR value;
} prev_pc;
/* Cached copy of the previous frame's function address. */
struct
{
CORE_ADDR addr;
int p;
} prev_func;
/* This frame's ID. */
struct
{
int p;
struct frame_id value;
} this_id;
/* The frame's high-level base methods, and corresponding cache.
The high level base methods are selected based on the frame's
debug info. */
const struct frame_base *base;
void *base_cache;
/* Pointers to the next (down, inner, younger) and previous (up,
outer, older) frame_info's in the frame cache. */
struct frame_info *next; /* down, inner, younger */
int prev_p;
struct frame_info *prev; /* up, outer, older */
/* The reason why we could not set PREV, or UNWIND_NO_REASON if we
could. Only valid when PREV_P is set. */
enum unwind_stop_reason stop_reason;
/* A frame specific string describing the STOP_REASON in more detail.
Only valid when PREV_P is set, but even then may still be NULL. */
const char *stop_string;
};
/* See frame.h. */
void
set_frame_previous_pc_masked (struct frame_info *frame)
{
frame->prev_pc.masked = true;
}
/* See frame.h. */
bool
get_frame_pc_masked (const struct frame_info *frame)
{
gdb_assert (frame->next != nullptr);
gdb_assert (frame->next->prev_pc.status == CC_VALUE);
return frame->next->prev_pc.masked;
}
/* A frame stash used to speed up frame lookups. Create a hash table
to stash frames previously accessed from the frame cache for
quicker subsequent retrieval. The hash table is emptied whenever
the frame cache is invalidated. */
static htab_t frame_stash;
/* Internal function to calculate a hash from the frame_id addresses,
using as many valid addresses as possible. Frames below level 0
are not stored in the hash table. */
static hashval_t
frame_addr_hash (const void *ap)
{
const struct frame_info *frame = (const struct frame_info *) ap;
const struct frame_id f_id = frame->this_id.value;
hashval_t hash = 0;
gdb_assert (f_id.stack_status != FID_STACK_INVALID
|| f_id.code_addr_p
|| f_id.special_addr_p);
if (f_id.stack_status == FID_STACK_VALID)
hash = iterative_hash (&f_id.stack_addr,
sizeof (f_id.stack_addr), hash);
if (f_id.code_addr_p)
hash = iterative_hash (&f_id.code_addr,
sizeof (f_id.code_addr), hash);
if (f_id.special_addr_p)
hash = iterative_hash (&f_id.special_addr,
sizeof (f_id.special_addr), hash);
return hash;
}
/* Internal equality function for the hash table. This function
defers equality operations to frame_id_eq. */
static int
frame_addr_hash_eq (const void *a, const void *b)
{
const struct frame_info *f_entry = (const struct frame_info *) a;
const struct frame_info *f_element = (const struct frame_info *) b;
return frame_id_eq (f_entry->this_id.value,
f_element->this_id.value);
}
/* Internal function to create the frame_stash hash table. 100 seems
to be a good compromise to start the hash table at. */
static void
frame_stash_create (void)
{
frame_stash = htab_create (100,
frame_addr_hash,
frame_addr_hash_eq,
NULL);
}
/* Internal function to add a frame to the frame_stash hash table.
Returns false if a frame with the same ID was already stashed, true
otherwise. */
static int
frame_stash_add (struct frame_info *frame)
{
struct frame_info **slot;
/* Do not try to stash the sentinel frame. */
gdb_assert (frame->level >= 0);
slot = (struct frame_info **) htab_find_slot (frame_stash,
frame,
INSERT);
/* If we already have a frame in the stack with the same id, we
either have a stack cycle (corrupted stack?), or some bug
elsewhere in GDB. In any case, ignore the duplicate and return
an indication to the caller. */
if (*slot != NULL)
return 0;
*slot = frame;
return 1;
}
/* Internal function to search the frame stash for an entry with the
given frame ID. If found, return that frame. Otherwise return
NULL. */
static struct frame_info *
frame_stash_find (struct frame_id id)
{
struct frame_info dummy;
struct frame_info *frame;
dummy.this_id.value = id;
frame = (struct frame_info *) htab_find (frame_stash, &dummy);
return frame;
}
/* Internal function to invalidate the frame stash by removing all
entries in it. This only occurs when the frame cache is
invalidated. */
static void
frame_stash_invalidate (void)
{
htab_empty (frame_stash);
}
/* See frame.h */
scoped_restore_selected_frame::scoped_restore_selected_frame ()
{
m_fid = get_frame_id (get_selected_frame (NULL));
}
/* See frame.h */
scoped_restore_selected_frame::~scoped_restore_selected_frame ()
{
frame_info *frame = frame_find_by_id (m_fid);
if (frame == NULL)
warning (_("Unable to restore previously selected frame."));
else
select_frame (frame);
}
/* Flag to control debugging. */
unsigned int frame_debug;
static void
show_frame_debug (struct ui_file *file, int from_tty,
struct cmd_list_element *c, const char *value)
{
fprintf_filtered (file, _("Frame debugging is %s.\n"), value);
}
/* Implementation of "show backtrace past-main". */
static void
show_backtrace_past_main (struct ui_file *file, int from_tty,
struct cmd_list_element *c, const char *value)
{
fprintf_filtered (file,
_("Whether backtraces should "
"continue past \"main\" is %s.\n"),
value);
}
/* Implementation of "show backtrace past-entry". */
static void
show_backtrace_past_entry (struct ui_file *file, int from_tty,
struct cmd_list_element *c, const char *value)
{
fprintf_filtered (file, _("Whether backtraces should continue past the "
"entry point of a program is %s.\n"),
value);
}
/* Implementation of "show backtrace limit". */
static void
show_backtrace_limit (struct ui_file *file, int from_tty,
struct cmd_list_element *c, const char *value)
{
fprintf_filtered (file,
_("An upper bound on the number "
"of backtrace levels is %s.\n"),
value);
}
static void
fprint_field (struct ui_file *file, const char *name, int p, CORE_ADDR addr)
{
if (p)
fprintf_unfiltered (file, "%s=%s", name, hex_string (addr));
else
fprintf_unfiltered (file, "!%s", name);
}
void
fprint_frame_id (struct ui_file *file, struct frame_id id)
{
fprintf_unfiltered (file, "{");
if (id.stack_status == FID_STACK_INVALID)
fprintf_unfiltered (file, "!stack");
else if (id.stack_status == FID_STACK_UNAVAILABLE)
fprintf_unfiltered (file, "stack=<unavailable>");
else if (id.stack_status == FID_STACK_SENTINEL)
fprintf_unfiltered (file, "stack=<sentinel>");
else
fprintf_unfiltered (file, "stack=%s", hex_string (id.stack_addr));
fprintf_unfiltered (file, ",");
fprint_field (file, "code", id.code_addr_p, id.code_addr);
fprintf_unfiltered (file, ",");
fprint_field (file, "special", id.special_addr_p, id.special_addr);
if (id.artificial_depth)
fprintf_unfiltered (file, ",artificial=%d", id.artificial_depth);
fprintf_unfiltered (file, "}");
}
static void
fprint_frame_type (struct ui_file *file, enum frame_type type)
{
switch (type)
{
case NORMAL_FRAME:
fprintf_unfiltered (file, "NORMAL_FRAME");
return;
case DUMMY_FRAME:
fprintf_unfiltered (file, "DUMMY_FRAME");
return;
case INLINE_FRAME:
fprintf_unfiltered (file, "INLINE_FRAME");
return;
case TAILCALL_FRAME:
fprintf_unfiltered (file, "TAILCALL_FRAME");
return;
case SIGTRAMP_FRAME:
fprintf_unfiltered (file, "SIGTRAMP_FRAME");
return;
case ARCH_FRAME:
fprintf_unfiltered (file, "ARCH_FRAME");
return;
case SENTINEL_FRAME:
fprintf_unfiltered (file, "SENTINEL_FRAME");
return;
default:
fprintf_unfiltered (file, "<unknown type>");
return;
};
}
static void
fprint_frame (struct ui_file *file, struct frame_info *fi)
{
if (fi == NULL)
{
fprintf_unfiltered (file, "<NULL frame>");
return;
}
fprintf_unfiltered (file, "{");
fprintf_unfiltered (file, "level=%d", fi->level);
fprintf_unfiltered (file, ",");
fprintf_unfiltered (file, "type=");
if (fi->unwind != NULL)
fprint_frame_type (file, fi->unwind->type);
else
fprintf_unfiltered (file, "<unknown>");
fprintf_unfiltered (file, ",");
fprintf_unfiltered (file, "unwind=");
if (fi->unwind != NULL)
gdb_print_host_address (fi->unwind, file);
else
fprintf_unfiltered (file, "<unknown>");
fprintf_unfiltered (file, ",");
fprintf_unfiltered (file, "pc=");
if (fi->next == NULL || fi->next->prev_pc.status == CC_UNKNOWN)
fprintf_unfiltered (file, "<unknown>");
else if (fi->next->prev_pc.status == CC_VALUE)
{
fprintf_unfiltered (file, "%s", hex_string (fi->next->prev_pc.value));
if (fi->next->prev_pc.masked)
fprintf_unfiltered (file, "[PAC]");
}
else if (fi->next->prev_pc.status == CC_NOT_SAVED)
val_print_not_saved (file);
else if (fi->next->prev_pc.status == CC_UNAVAILABLE)
val_print_unavailable (file);
fprintf_unfiltered (file, ",");
fprintf_unfiltered (file, "id=");
if (fi->this_id.p)
fprint_frame_id (file, fi->this_id.value);
else
fprintf_unfiltered (file, "<unknown>");
fprintf_unfiltered (file, ",");
fprintf_unfiltered (file, "func=");
if (fi->next != NULL && fi->next->prev_func.p)
fprintf_unfiltered (file, "%s", hex_string (fi->next->prev_func.addr));
else
fprintf_unfiltered (file, "<unknown>");
fprintf_unfiltered (file, "}");
}
/* Given FRAME, return the enclosing frame as found in real frames read-in from
inferior memory. Skip any previous frames which were made up by GDB.
Return FRAME if FRAME is a non-artificial frame.
Return NULL if FRAME is the start of an artificial-only chain. */
static struct frame_info *
skip_artificial_frames (struct frame_info *frame)
{
/* Note we use get_prev_frame_always, and not get_prev_frame. The
latter will truncate the frame chain, leading to this function
unintentionally returning a null_frame_id (e.g., when the user
sets a backtrace limit).
Note that for record targets we may get a frame chain that consists
of artificial frames only. */
while (get_frame_type (frame) == INLINE_FRAME
|| get_frame_type (frame) == TAILCALL_FRAME)
{
frame = get_prev_frame_always (frame);
if (frame == NULL)
break;
}
return frame;
}
struct frame_info *
skip_unwritable_frames (struct frame_info *frame)
{
while (gdbarch_code_of_frame_writable (get_frame_arch (frame), frame) == 0)
{
frame = get_prev_frame (frame);
if (frame == NULL)
break;
}
return frame;
}
/* See frame.h. */
struct frame_info *
skip_tailcall_frames (struct frame_info *frame)
{
while (get_frame_type (frame) == TAILCALL_FRAME)
{
/* Note that for record targets we may get a frame chain that consists of
tailcall frames only. */
frame = get_prev_frame (frame);
if (frame == NULL)
break;
}
return frame;
}
/* Compute the frame's uniq ID that can be used to, later, re-find the
frame. */
static void
compute_frame_id (struct frame_info *fi)
{
gdb_assert (!fi->this_id.p);
if (frame_debug)
fprintf_unfiltered (gdb_stdlog, "{ compute_frame_id (fi=%d) ",
fi->level);
/* Find the unwinder. */
if (fi->unwind == NULL)
frame_unwind_find_by_frame (fi, &fi->prologue_cache);
/* Find THIS frame's ID. */
/* Default to outermost if no ID is found. */
fi->this_id.value = outer_frame_id;
fi->unwind->this_id (fi, &fi->prologue_cache, &fi->this_id.value);
gdb_assert (frame_id_p (fi->this_id.value));
fi->this_id.p = 1;
if (frame_debug)
{
fprintf_unfiltered (gdb_stdlog, "-> ");
fprint_frame_id (gdb_stdlog, fi->this_id.value);
fprintf_unfiltered (gdb_stdlog, " }\n");
}
}
/* Return a frame uniq ID that can be used to, later, re-find the
frame. */
struct frame_id
get_frame_id (struct frame_info *fi)
{
if (fi == NULL)
return null_frame_id;
if (!fi->this_id.p)
{
int stashed;
/* If we haven't computed the frame id yet, then it must be that
this is the current frame. Compute it now, and stash the
result. The IDs of other frames are computed as soon as
they're created, in order to detect cycles. See
get_prev_frame_if_no_cycle. */
gdb_assert (fi->level == 0);
/* Compute. */
compute_frame_id (fi);
/* Since this is the first frame in the chain, this should
always succeed. */
stashed = frame_stash_add (fi);
gdb_assert (stashed);
}
return fi->this_id.value;
}
struct frame_id
get_stack_frame_id (struct frame_info *next_frame)
{
return get_frame_id (skip_artificial_frames (next_frame));
}
struct frame_id
frame_unwind_caller_id (struct frame_info *next_frame)
{
struct frame_info *this_frame;
/* Use get_prev_frame_always, and not get_prev_frame. The latter
will truncate the frame chain, leading to this function
unintentionally returning a null_frame_id (e.g., when a caller
requests the frame ID of "main()"s caller. */
next_frame = skip_artificial_frames (next_frame);
if (next_frame == NULL)
return null_frame_id;
this_frame = get_prev_frame_always (next_frame);
if (this_frame)
return get_frame_id (skip_artificial_frames (this_frame));
else
return null_frame_id;
}
const struct frame_id null_frame_id = { 0 }; /* All zeros. */
const struct frame_id sentinel_frame_id = { 0, 0, 0, FID_STACK_SENTINEL, 0, 1, 0 };
const struct frame_id outer_frame_id = { 0, 0, 0, FID_STACK_INVALID, 0, 1, 0 };
struct frame_id
frame_id_build_special (CORE_ADDR stack_addr, CORE_ADDR code_addr,
CORE_ADDR special_addr)
{
struct frame_id id = null_frame_id;
id.stack_addr = stack_addr;
id.stack_status = FID_STACK_VALID;
id.code_addr = code_addr;
id.code_addr_p = 1;
id.special_addr = special_addr;
id.special_addr_p = 1;
return id;
}
/* See frame.h. */
struct frame_id
frame_id_build_unavailable_stack (CORE_ADDR code_addr)
{
struct frame_id id = null_frame_id;
id.stack_status = FID_STACK_UNAVAILABLE;
id.code_addr = code_addr;
id.code_addr_p = 1;
return id;
}
/* See frame.h. */
struct frame_id
frame_id_build_unavailable_stack_special (CORE_ADDR code_addr,
CORE_ADDR special_addr)
{
struct frame_id id = null_frame_id;
id.stack_status = FID_STACK_UNAVAILABLE;
id.code_addr = code_addr;
id.code_addr_p = 1;
id.special_addr = special_addr;
id.special_addr_p = 1;
return id;
}
struct frame_id
frame_id_build (CORE_ADDR stack_addr, CORE_ADDR code_addr)
{
struct frame_id id = null_frame_id;
id.stack_addr = stack_addr;
id.stack_status = FID_STACK_VALID;
id.code_addr = code_addr;
id.code_addr_p = 1;
return id;
}
struct frame_id
frame_id_build_wild (CORE_ADDR stack_addr)
{
struct frame_id id = null_frame_id;
id.stack_addr = stack_addr;
id.stack_status = FID_STACK_VALID;
return id;
}
int
frame_id_p (struct frame_id l)
{
int p;
/* The frame is valid iff it has a valid stack address. */
p = l.stack_status != FID_STACK_INVALID;
/* outer_frame_id is also valid. */
if (!p && memcmp (&l, &outer_frame_id, sizeof (l)) == 0)
p = 1;
if (frame_debug)
{
fprintf_unfiltered (gdb_stdlog, "{ frame_id_p (l=");
fprint_frame_id (gdb_stdlog, l);
fprintf_unfiltered (gdb_stdlog, ") -> %d }\n", p);
}
return p;
}
int
frame_id_artificial_p (struct frame_id l)
{
if (!frame_id_p (l))
return 0;
return (l.artificial_depth != 0);
}
int
frame_id_eq (struct frame_id l, struct frame_id r)
{
int eq;
if (l.stack_status == FID_STACK_INVALID && l.special_addr_p
&& r.stack_status == FID_STACK_INVALID && r.special_addr_p)
/* The outermost frame marker is equal to itself. This is the
dodgy thing about outer_frame_id, since between execution steps
we might step into another function - from which we can't
unwind either. More thought required to get rid of
outer_frame_id. */
eq = 1;
else if (l.stack_status == FID_STACK_INVALID
|| r.stack_status == FID_STACK_INVALID)
/* Like a NaN, if either ID is invalid, the result is false.
Note that a frame ID is invalid iff it is the null frame ID. */
eq = 0;
else if (l.stack_status != r.stack_status || l.stack_addr != r.stack_addr)
/* If .stack addresses are different, the frames are different. */
eq = 0;
else if (l.code_addr_p && r.code_addr_p && l.code_addr != r.code_addr)
/* An invalid code addr is a wild card. If .code addresses are
different, the frames are different. */
eq = 0;
else if (l.special_addr_p && r.special_addr_p
&& l.special_addr != r.special_addr)
/* An invalid special addr is a wild card (or unused). Otherwise
if special addresses are different, the frames are different. */
eq = 0;
else if (l.artificial_depth != r.artificial_depth)
/* If artificial depths are different, the frames must be different. */
eq = 0;
else
/* Frames are equal. */
eq = 1;
if (frame_debug)
{
fprintf_unfiltered (gdb_stdlog, "{ frame_id_eq (l=");
fprint_frame_id (gdb_stdlog, l);
fprintf_unfiltered (gdb_stdlog, ",r=");
fprint_frame_id (gdb_stdlog, r);
fprintf_unfiltered (gdb_stdlog, ") -> %d }\n", eq);
}
return eq;
}
/* Safety net to check whether frame ID L should be inner to
frame ID R, according to their stack addresses.
This method cannot be used to compare arbitrary frames, as the
ranges of valid stack addresses may be discontiguous (e.g. due
to sigaltstack).
However, it can be used as safety net to discover invalid frame
IDs in certain circumstances. Assuming that NEXT is the immediate
inner frame to THIS and that NEXT and THIS are both NORMAL frames:
* The stack address of NEXT must be inner-than-or-equal to the stack
address of THIS.
Therefore, if frame_id_inner (THIS, NEXT) holds, some unwind
error has occurred.
* If NEXT and THIS have different stack addresses, no other frame
in the frame chain may have a stack address in between.
Therefore, if frame_id_inner (TEST, THIS) holds, but
frame_id_inner (TEST, NEXT) does not hold, TEST cannot refer
to a valid frame in the frame chain.
The sanity checks above cannot be performed when a SIGTRAMP frame
is involved, because signal handlers might be executed on a different
stack than the stack used by the routine that caused the signal
to be raised. This can happen for instance when a thread exceeds
its maximum stack size. In this case, certain compilers implement
a stack overflow strategy that cause the handler to be run on a
different stack. */
static int
frame_id_inner (struct gdbarch *gdbarch, struct frame_id l, struct frame_id r)
{
int inner;
if (l.stack_status != FID_STACK_VALID || r.stack_status != FID_STACK_VALID)
/* Like NaN, any operation involving an invalid ID always fails.
Likewise if either ID has an unavailable stack address. */
inner = 0;
else if (l.artificial_depth > r.artificial_depth
&& l.stack_addr == r.stack_addr
&& l.code_addr_p == r.code_addr_p
&& l.special_addr_p == r.special_addr_p
&& l.special_addr == r.special_addr)
{
/* Same function, different inlined functions. */
const struct block *lb, *rb;
gdb_assert (l.code_addr_p && r.code_addr_p);
lb = block_for_pc (l.code_addr);
rb = block_for_pc (r.code_addr);
if (lb == NULL || rb == NULL)
/* Something's gone wrong. */
inner = 0;
else
/* This will return true if LB and RB are the same block, or
if the block with the smaller depth lexically encloses the
block with the greater depth. */
inner = contained_in (lb, rb);
}
else
/* Only return non-zero when strictly inner than. Note that, per
comment in "frame.h", there is some fuzz here. Frameless
functions are not strictly inner than (same .stack but
different .code and/or .special address). */
inner = gdbarch_inner_than (gdbarch, l.stack_addr, r.stack_addr);
if (frame_debug)
{
fprintf_unfiltered (gdb_stdlog, "{ frame_id_inner (l=");
fprint_frame_id (gdb_stdlog, l);
fprintf_unfiltered (gdb_stdlog, ",r=");
fprint_frame_id (gdb_stdlog, r);
fprintf_unfiltered (gdb_stdlog, ") -> %d }\n", inner);
}
return inner;
}
struct frame_info *
frame_find_by_id (struct frame_id id)
{
struct frame_info *frame, *prev_frame;
/* ZERO denotes the null frame, let the caller decide what to do
about it. Should it instead return get_current_frame()? */
if (!frame_id_p (id))
return NULL;
/* Check for the sentinel frame. */
if (frame_id_eq (id, sentinel_frame_id))
return sentinel_frame;
/* Try using the frame stash first. Finding it there removes the need
to perform the search by looping over all frames, which can be very
CPU-intensive if the number of frames is very high (the loop is O(n)
and get_prev_frame performs a series of checks that are relatively
expensive). This optimization is particularly useful when this function
is called from another function (such as value_fetch_lazy, case
VALUE_LVAL (val) == lval_register) which already loops over all frames,
making the overall behavior O(n^2). */
frame = frame_stash_find (id);
if (frame)
return frame;
for (frame = get_current_frame (); ; frame = prev_frame)
{
struct frame_id self = get_frame_id (frame);
if (frame_id_eq (id, self))
/* An exact match. */
return frame;
prev_frame = get_prev_frame (frame);
if (!prev_frame)
return NULL;
/* As a safety net to avoid unnecessary backtracing while trying
to find an invalid ID, we check for a common situation where
we can detect from comparing stack addresses that no other
frame in the current frame chain can have this ID. See the
comment at frame_id_inner for details. */
if (get_frame_type (frame) == NORMAL_FRAME
&& !frame_id_inner (get_frame_arch (frame), id, self)
&& frame_id_inner (get_frame_arch (prev_frame), id,
get_frame_id (prev_frame)))
return NULL;
}
return NULL;
}
static CORE_ADDR
frame_unwind_pc (struct frame_info *this_frame)
{
if (this_frame->prev_pc.status == CC_UNKNOWN)
{
struct gdbarch *prev_gdbarch;
CORE_ADDR pc = 0;
int pc_p = 0;
/* The right way. The `pure' way. The one true way. This
method depends solely on the register-unwind code to
determine the value of registers in THIS frame, and hence
the value of this frame's PC (resume address). A typical
implementation is no more than:
frame_unwind_register (this_frame, ISA_PC_REGNUM, buf);
return extract_unsigned_integer (buf, size of ISA_PC_REGNUM);
Note: this method is very heavily dependent on a correct
register-unwind implementation, it pays to fix that
method first; this method is frame type agnostic, since
it only deals with register values, it works with any
frame. This is all in stark contrast to the old
FRAME_SAVED_PC which would try to directly handle all the
different ways that a PC could be unwound. */
prev_gdbarch = frame_unwind_arch (this_frame);
try
{
pc = gdbarch_unwind_pc (prev_gdbarch, this_frame);
pc_p = 1;
}
catch (const gdb_exception_error &ex)
{
if (ex.error == NOT_AVAILABLE_ERROR)
{
this_frame->prev_pc.status = CC_UNAVAILABLE;
if (frame_debug)
fprintf_unfiltered (gdb_stdlog,
"{ frame_unwind_pc (this_frame=%d)"
" -> <unavailable> }\n",
this_frame->level);
}
else if (ex.error == OPTIMIZED_OUT_ERROR)
{
this_frame->prev_pc.status = CC_NOT_SAVED;
if (frame_debug)
fprintf_unfiltered (gdb_stdlog,
"{ frame_unwind_pc (this_frame=%d)"
" -> <not saved> }\n",
this_frame->level);
}
else
throw;
}
if (pc_p)
{
this_frame->prev_pc.value = pc;
this_frame->prev_pc.status = CC_VALUE;
if (frame_debug)
fprintf_unfiltered (gdb_stdlog,
"{ frame_unwind_pc (this_frame=%d) "
"-> %s }\n",
this_frame->level,
hex_string (this_frame->prev_pc.value));
}
}
if (this_frame->prev_pc.status == CC_VALUE)
return this_frame->prev_pc.value;
else if (this_frame->prev_pc.status == CC_UNAVAILABLE)
throw_error (NOT_AVAILABLE_ERROR, _("PC not available"));
else if (this_frame->prev_pc.status == CC_NOT_SAVED)
throw_error (OPTIMIZED_OUT_ERROR, _("PC not saved"));
else
internal_error (__FILE__, __LINE__,
"unexpected prev_pc status: %d",
(int) this_frame->prev_pc.status);
}
CORE_ADDR
frame_unwind_caller_pc (struct frame_info *this_frame)
{
this_frame = skip_artificial_frames (this_frame);
/* We must have a non-artificial frame. The caller is supposed to check
the result of frame_unwind_caller_id (), which returns NULL_FRAME_ID
in this case. */
gdb_assert (this_frame != NULL);
return frame_unwind_pc (this_frame);
}
int
get_frame_func_if_available (struct frame_info *this_frame, CORE_ADDR *pc)
{
struct frame_info *next_frame = this_frame->next;
if (!next_frame->prev_func.p)
{
CORE_ADDR addr_in_block;
/* Make certain that this, and not the adjacent, function is
found. */
if (!get_frame_address_in_block_if_available (this_frame, &addr_in_block))
{
next_frame->prev_func.p = -1;
if (frame_debug)
fprintf_unfiltered (gdb_stdlog,
"{ get_frame_func (this_frame=%d)"
" -> unavailable }\n",
this_frame->level);
}
else
{
next_frame->prev_func.p = 1;
next_frame->prev_func.addr = get_pc_function_start (addr_in_block);
if (frame_debug)
fprintf_unfiltered (gdb_stdlog,
"{ get_frame_func (this_frame=%d) -> %s }\n",
this_frame->level,
hex_string (next_frame->prev_func.addr));
}
}
if (next_frame->prev_func.p < 0)
{
*pc = -1;
return 0;
}
else
{
*pc = next_frame->prev_func.addr;
return 1;
}
}
CORE_ADDR
get_frame_func (struct frame_info *this_frame)
{
CORE_ADDR pc;
if (!get_frame_func_if_available (this_frame, &pc))
throw_error (NOT_AVAILABLE_ERROR, _("PC not available"));
return pc;
}
std::unique_ptr<readonly_detached_regcache>
frame_save_as_regcache (struct frame_info *this_frame)
{
auto cooked_read = [this_frame] (int regnum, gdb_byte *buf)
{
if (!deprecated_frame_register_read (this_frame, regnum, buf))
return REG_UNAVAILABLE;
else
return REG_VALID;
};
std::unique_ptr<readonly_detached_regcache> regcache
(new readonly_detached_regcache (get_frame_arch (this_frame), cooked_read));
return regcache;
}
void
frame_pop (struct frame_info *this_frame)
{
struct frame_info *prev_frame;
if (get_frame_type (this_frame) == DUMMY_FRAME)
{
/* Popping a dummy frame involves restoring more than just registers.
dummy_frame_pop does all the work. */
dummy_frame_pop (get_frame_id (this_frame), inferior_thread ());
return;
}
/* Ensure that we have a frame to pop to. */
prev_frame = get_prev_frame_always (this_frame);
if (!prev_frame)
error (_("Cannot pop the initial frame."));
/* Ignore TAILCALL_FRAME type frames, they were executed already before
entering THISFRAME. */
prev_frame = skip_tailcall_frames (prev_frame);
if (prev_frame == NULL)
error (_("Cannot find the caller frame."));
/* Make a copy of all the register values unwound from this frame.
Save them in a scratch buffer so that there isn't a race between
trying to extract the old values from the current regcache while
at the same time writing new values into that same cache. */
std::unique_ptr<readonly_detached_regcache> scratch
= frame_save_as_regcache (prev_frame);
/* FIXME: cagney/2003-03-16: It should be possible to tell the
target's register cache that it is about to be hit with a burst
register transfer and that the sequence of register writes should
be batched. The pair target_prepare_to_store() and
target_store_registers() kind of suggest this functionality.
Unfortunately, they don't implement it. Their lack of a formal
definition can lead to targets writing back bogus values
(arguably a bug in the target code mind). */
/* Now copy those saved registers into the current regcache. */
get_current_regcache ()->restore (scratch.get ());
/* We've made right mess of GDB's local state, just discard
everything. */
reinit_frame_cache ();
}
void
frame_register_unwind (frame_info *next_frame, int regnum,
int *optimizedp, int *unavailablep,
enum lval_type *lvalp, CORE_ADDR *addrp,
int *realnump, gdb_byte *bufferp)
{
struct value *value;
/* Require all but BUFFERP to be valid. A NULL BUFFERP indicates
that the value proper does not need to be fetched. */
gdb_assert (optimizedp != NULL);
gdb_assert (lvalp != NULL);
gdb_assert (addrp != NULL);
gdb_assert (realnump != NULL);
/* gdb_assert (bufferp != NULL); */
value = frame_unwind_register_value (next_frame, regnum);
gdb_assert (value != NULL);
*optimizedp = value_optimized_out (value);
*unavailablep = !value_entirely_available (value);
*lvalp = VALUE_LVAL (value);
*addrp = value_address (value);
if (*lvalp == lval_register)
*realnump = VALUE_REGNUM (value);
else
*realnump = -1;
if (bufferp)
{
if (!*optimizedp && !*unavailablep)
memcpy (bufferp, value_contents_all (value),
TYPE_LENGTH (value_type (value)));
else
memset (bufferp, 0, TYPE_LENGTH (value_type (value)));
}
/* Dispose of the new value. This prevents watchpoints from
trying to watch the saved frame pointer. */
release_value (value);
}
void
frame_register (struct frame_info *frame, int regnum,
int *optimizedp, int *unavailablep, enum lval_type *lvalp,
CORE_ADDR *addrp, int *realnump, gdb_byte *bufferp)
{
/* Require all but BUFFERP to be valid. A NULL BUFFERP indicates
that the value proper does not need to be fetched. */
gdb_assert (optimizedp != NULL);
gdb_assert (lvalp != NULL);
gdb_assert (addrp != NULL);
gdb_assert (realnump != NULL);
/* gdb_assert (bufferp != NULL); */
/* Obtain the register value by unwinding the register from the next
(more inner frame). */
gdb_assert (frame != NULL && frame->next != NULL);
frame_register_unwind (frame->next, regnum, optimizedp, unavailablep,
lvalp, addrp, realnump, bufferp);
}
void
frame_unwind_register (frame_info *next_frame, int regnum, gdb_byte *buf)
{
int optimized;
int unavailable;
CORE_ADDR addr;
int realnum;
enum lval_type lval;
frame_register_unwind (next_frame, regnum, &optimized, &unavailable,
&lval, &addr, &realnum, buf);
if (optimized)
throw_error (OPTIMIZED_OUT_ERROR,
_("Register %d was not saved"), regnum);
if (unavailable)
throw_error (NOT_AVAILABLE_ERROR,
_("Register %d is not available"), regnum);
}
void
get_frame_register (struct frame_info *frame,
int regnum, gdb_byte *buf)
{
frame_unwind_register (frame->next, regnum, buf);
}
struct value *
frame_unwind_register_value (frame_info *next_frame, int regnum)
{
struct gdbarch *gdbarch;
struct value *value;
gdb_assert (next_frame != NULL);
gdbarch = frame_unwind_arch (next_frame);
if (frame_debug)
{
fprintf_unfiltered (gdb_stdlog,
"{ frame_unwind_register_value "
"(frame=%d,regnum=%d(%s),...) ",
next_frame->level, regnum,
user_reg_map_regnum_to_name (gdbarch, regnum));
}
/* Find the unwinder. */
if (next_frame->unwind == NULL)
frame_unwind_find_by_frame (next_frame, &next_frame->prologue_cache);
/* Ask this frame to unwind its register. */
value = next_frame->unwind->prev_register (next_frame,
&next_frame->prologue_cache,
regnum);
if (frame_debug)
{
fprintf_unfiltered (gdb_stdlog, "->");
if (value_optimized_out (value))
{
fprintf_unfiltered (gdb_stdlog, " ");
val_print_optimized_out (value, gdb_stdlog);
}
else
{
if (VALUE_LVAL (value) == lval_register)
fprintf_unfiltered (gdb_stdlog, " register=%d",
VALUE_REGNUM (value));
else if (VALUE_LVAL (value) == lval_memory)
fprintf_unfiltered (gdb_stdlog, " address=%s",
paddress (gdbarch,
value_address (value)));
else
fprintf_unfiltered (gdb_stdlog, " computed");
if (value_lazy (value))
fprintf_unfiltered (gdb_stdlog, " lazy");
else
{
int i;
const gdb_byte *buf = value_contents (value);
fprintf_unfiltered (gdb_stdlog, " bytes=");
fprintf_unfiltered (gdb_stdlog, "[");
for (i = 0; i < register_size (gdbarch, regnum); i++)
fprintf_unfiltered (gdb_stdlog, "%02x", buf[i]);
fprintf_unfiltered (gdb_stdlog, "]");
}
}
fprintf_unfiltered (gdb_stdlog, " }\n");
}
return value;
}
struct value *
get_frame_register_value (struct frame_info *frame, int regnum)
{
return frame_unwind_register_value (frame->next, regnum);
}
LONGEST
frame_unwind_register_signed (frame_info *next_frame, int regnum)
{
struct gdbarch *gdbarch = frame_unwind_arch (next_frame);
enum bfd_endian byte_order = gdbarch_byte_order (gdbarch);
int size = register_size (gdbarch, regnum);
struct value *value = frame_unwind_register_value (next_frame, regnum);
gdb_assert (value != NULL);
if (value_optimized_out (value))
{
throw_error (OPTIMIZED_OUT_ERROR,
_("Register %d was not saved"), regnum);
}
if (!value_entirely_available (value))
{
throw_error (NOT_AVAILABLE_ERROR,
_("Register %d is not available"), regnum);
}
LONGEST r = extract_signed_integer (value_contents_all (value), size,
byte_order);
release_value (value);
return r;
}
LONGEST
get_frame_register_signed (struct frame_info *frame, int regnum)
{
return frame_unwind_register_signed (frame->next, regnum);
}
ULONGEST
frame_unwind_register_unsigned (frame_info *next_frame, int regnum)
{
struct gdbarch *gdbarch = frame_unwind_arch (next_frame);
enum bfd_endian byte_order = gdbarch_byte_order (gdbarch);
int size = register_size (gdbarch, regnum);
struct value *value = frame_unwind_register_value (next_frame, regnum);
gdb_assert (value != NULL);
if (value_optimized_out (value))
{
throw_error (OPTIMIZED_OUT_ERROR,
_("Register %d was not saved"), regnum);
}
if (!value_entirely_available (value))
{
throw_error (NOT_AVAILABLE_ERROR,
_("Register %d is not available"), regnum);
}
ULONGEST r = extract_unsigned_integer (value_contents_all (value), size,
byte_order);
release_value (value);
return r;
}
ULONGEST
get_frame_register_unsigned (struct frame_info *frame, int regnum)
{
return frame_unwind_register_unsigned (frame->next, regnum);
}
int
read_frame_register_unsigned (struct frame_info *frame, int regnum,
ULONGEST *val)
{
struct value *regval = get_frame_register_value (frame, regnum);
if (!value_optimized_out (regval)
&& value_entirely_available (regval))
{
struct gdbarch *gdbarch = get_frame_arch (frame);
enum bfd_endian byte_order = gdbarch_byte_order (gdbarch);
int size = register_size (gdbarch, VALUE_REGNUM (regval));
*val = extract_unsigned_integer (value_contents (regval), size, byte_order);
return 1;
}
return 0;
}
void
put_frame_register (struct frame_info *frame, int regnum,
const gdb_byte *buf)
{
struct gdbarch *gdbarch = get_frame_arch (frame);
int realnum;
int optim;
int unavail;
enum lval_type lval;
CORE_ADDR addr;
frame_register (frame, regnum, &optim, &unavail,
&lval, &addr, &realnum, NULL);
if (optim)
error (_("Attempt to assign to a register that was not saved."));
switch (lval)
{
case lval_memory:
{
write_memory (addr, buf, register_size (gdbarch, regnum));
break;
}
case lval_register:
get_current_regcache ()->cooked_write (realnum, buf);
break;
default:
error (_("Attempt to assign to an unmodifiable value."));
}
}
/* This function is deprecated. Use get_frame_register_value instead,
which provides more accurate information.
Find and return the value of REGNUM for the specified stack frame.
The number of bytes copied is REGISTER_SIZE (REGNUM).
Returns 0 if the register value could not be found. */
int
deprecated_frame_register_read (struct frame_info *frame, int regnum,
gdb_byte *myaddr)
{
int optimized;
int unavailable;
enum lval_type lval;
CORE_ADDR addr;
int realnum;
frame_register (frame, regnum, &optimized, &unavailable,
&lval, &addr, &realnum, myaddr);
return !optimized && !unavailable;
}
int
get_frame_register_bytes (struct frame_info *frame, int regnum,
CORE_ADDR offset, int len, gdb_byte *myaddr,
int *optimizedp, int *unavailablep)
{
struct gdbarch *gdbarch = get_frame_arch (frame);
int i;
int maxsize;
int numregs;
/* Skip registers wholly inside of OFFSET. */
while (offset >= register_size (gdbarch, regnum))
{
offset -= register_size (gdbarch, regnum);
regnum++;
}
/* Ensure that we will not read beyond the end of the register file.
This can only ever happen if the debug information is bad. */
maxsize = -offset;
numregs = gdbarch_num_cooked_regs (gdbarch);
for (i = regnum; i < numregs; i++)
{
int thissize = register_size (gdbarch, i);
if (thissize == 0)
break; /* This register is not available on this architecture. */
maxsize += thissize;
}
if (len > maxsize)
error (_("Bad debug information detected: "
"Attempt to read %d bytes from registers."), len);
/* Copy the data. */
while (len > 0)
{
int curr_len = register_size (gdbarch, regnum) - offset;
if (curr_len > len)
curr_len = len;
if (curr_len == register_size (gdbarch, regnum))
{
enum lval_type lval;
CORE_ADDR addr;
int realnum;
frame_register (frame, regnum, optimizedp, unavailablep,
&lval, &addr, &realnum, myaddr);
if (*optimizedp || *unavailablep)
return 0;
}
else
{
struct value *value = frame_unwind_register_value (frame->next,
regnum);
gdb_assert (value != NULL);
*optimizedp = value_optimized_out (value);
*unavailablep = !value_entirely_available (value);
if (*optimizedp || *unavailablep)
{
release_value (value);
return 0;
}
memcpy (myaddr, value_contents_all (value) + offset, curr_len);
release_value (value);
}
myaddr += curr_len;
len -= curr_len;
offset = 0;
regnum++;
}
*optimizedp = 0;
*unavailablep = 0;
return 1;
}
void
put_frame_register_bytes (struct frame_info *frame, int regnum,
CORE_ADDR offset, int len, const gdb_byte *myaddr)
{
struct gdbarch *gdbarch = get_frame_arch (frame);
/* Skip registers wholly inside of OFFSET. */
while (offset >= register_size (gdbarch, regnum))
{
offset -= register_size (gdbarch, regnum);
regnum++;
}
/* Copy the data. */
while (len > 0)
{
int curr_len = register_size (gdbarch, regnum) - offset;
if (curr_len > len)
curr_len = len;
if (curr_len == register_size (gdbarch, regnum))
{
put_frame_register (frame, regnum, myaddr);
}
else
{
struct value *value = frame_unwind_register_value (frame->next,
regnum);
gdb_assert (value != NULL);
memcpy ((char *) value_contents_writeable (value) + offset, myaddr,
curr_len);
put_frame_register (frame, regnum, value_contents_raw (value));
release_value (value);
}
myaddr += curr_len;
len -= curr_len;
offset = 0;
regnum++;
}
}
/* Create a sentinel frame. */
static struct frame_info *
create_sentinel_frame (struct program_space *pspace, struct regcache *regcache)
{
struct frame_info *frame = FRAME_OBSTACK_ZALLOC (struct frame_info);
frame->level = -1;
frame->pspace = pspace;
frame->aspace = regcache->aspace ();
/* Explicitly initialize the sentinel frame's cache. Provide it
with the underlying regcache. In the future additional
information, such as the frame's thread will be added. */
frame->prologue_cache = sentinel_frame_cache (regcache);
/* For the moment there is only one sentinel frame implementation. */
frame->unwind = &sentinel_frame_unwind;
/* Link this frame back to itself. The frame is self referential
(the unwound PC is the same as the pc), so make it so. */
frame->next = frame;
/* The sentinel frame has a special ID. */
frame->this_id.p = 1;
frame->this_id.value = sentinel_frame_id;
if (frame_debug)
{
fprintf_unfiltered (gdb_stdlog, "{ create_sentinel_frame (...) -> ");
fprint_frame (gdb_stdlog, frame);
fprintf_unfiltered (gdb_stdlog, " }\n");
}
return frame;
}
/* Cache for frame addresses already read by gdb. Valid only while
inferior is stopped. Control variables for the frame cache should
be local to this module. */
static struct obstack frame_cache_obstack;
void *
frame_obstack_zalloc (unsigned long size)
{
void *data = obstack_alloc (&frame_cache_obstack, size);
memset (data, 0, size);
return data;
}
static struct frame_info *get_prev_frame_always_1 (struct frame_info *this_frame);
struct frame_info *
get_current_frame (void)
{
struct frame_info *current_frame;
/* First check, and report, the lack of registers. Having GDB
report "No stack!" or "No memory" when the target doesn't even
have registers is very confusing. Besides, "printcmd.exp"
explicitly checks that ``print $pc'' with no registers prints "No
registers". */
if (!target_has_registers)
error (_("No registers."));
if (!target_has_stack)
error (_("No stack."));
if (!target_has_memory)
error (_("No memory."));
/* Traceframes are effectively a substitute for the live inferior. */
if (get_traceframe_number () < 0)
validate_registers_access ();
if (sentinel_frame == NULL)
sentinel_frame =
create_sentinel_frame (current_program_space, get_current_regcache ());
/* Set the current frame before computing the frame id, to avoid
recursion inside compute_frame_id, in case the frame's
unwinder decides to do a symbol lookup (which depends on the
selected frame's block).
This call must always succeed. In particular, nothing inside
get_prev_frame_always_1 should try to unwind from the
sentinel frame, because that could fail/throw, and we always
want to leave with the current frame created and linked in --
we should never end up with the sentinel frame as outermost
frame. */
current_frame = get_prev_frame_always_1 (sentinel_frame);
gdb_assert (current_frame != NULL);
return current_frame;
}
/* The "selected" stack frame is used by default for local and arg
access. May be zero, for no selected frame. */
static struct frame_info *selected_frame;
int
has_stack_frames (void)
{
if (!target_has_registers || !target_has_stack || !target_has_memory)
return 0;
/* Traceframes are effectively a substitute for the live inferior. */
if (get_traceframe_number () < 0)
{
/* No current inferior, no frame. */
if (inferior_ptid == null_ptid)
return 0;
thread_info *tp = inferior_thread ();
/* Don't try to read from a dead thread. */
if (tp->state == THREAD_EXITED)
return 0;
/* ... or from a spinning thread. */
if (tp->executing)
return 0;
}
return 1;
}
/* Return the selected frame. Always non-NULL (unless there isn't an
inferior sufficient for creating a frame) in which case an error is
thrown. */
struct frame_info *
get_selected_frame (const char *message)
{
if (selected_frame == NULL)
{
if (message != NULL && !has_stack_frames ())
error (("%s"), message);
/* Hey! Don't trust this. It should really be re-finding the
last selected frame of the currently selected thread. This,
though, is better than nothing. */
select_frame (get_current_frame ());
}
/* There is always a frame. */
gdb_assert (selected_frame != NULL);
return selected_frame;
}
/* If there is a selected frame, return it. Otherwise, return NULL. */
struct frame_info *
get_selected_frame_if_set (void)
{
return selected_frame;
}
/* This is a variant of get_selected_frame() which can be called when
the inferior does not have a frame; in that case it will return
NULL instead of calling error(). */
struct frame_info *
deprecated_safe_get_selected_frame (void)
{
if (!has_stack_frames ())
return NULL;
return get_selected_frame (NULL);
}
/* Select frame FI (or NULL - to invalidate the current frame). */
void
select_frame (struct frame_info *fi)
{
selected_frame = fi;
/* NOTE: cagney/2002-05-04: FI can be NULL. This occurs when the
frame is being invalidated. */
/* FIXME: kseitz/2002-08-28: It would be nice to call
selected_frame_level_changed_event() right here, but due to limitations
in the current interfaces, we would end up flooding UIs with events
because select_frame() is used extensively internally.
Once we have frame-parameterized frame (and frame-related) commands,
the event notification can be moved here, since this function will only
be called when the user's selected frame is being changed. */
/* Ensure that symbols for this frame are read in. Also, determine the
source language of this frame, and switch to it if desired. */
if (fi)
{
CORE_ADDR pc;
/* We retrieve the frame's symtab by using the frame PC.
However we cannot use the frame PC as-is, because it usually
points to the instruction following the "call", which is
sometimes the first instruction of another function. So we
rely on get_frame_address_in_block() which provides us with a
PC which is guaranteed to be inside the frame's code
block. */
if (get_frame_address_in_block_if_available (fi, &pc))
{
struct compunit_symtab *cust = find_pc_compunit_symtab (pc);
if (cust != NULL
&& compunit_language (cust) != current_language->la_language
&& compunit_language (cust) != language_unknown
&& language_mode == language_mode_auto)
set_language (compunit_language (cust));
}
}
}
/* Create an arbitrary (i.e. address specified by user) or innermost frame.
Always returns a non-NULL value. */
struct frame_info *
create_new_frame (CORE_ADDR addr, CORE_ADDR pc)
{
struct frame_info *fi;
if (frame_debug)
{
fprintf_unfiltered (gdb_stdlog,
"{ create_new_frame (addr=%s, pc=%s) ",
hex_string (addr), hex_string (pc));
}
fi = FRAME_OBSTACK_ZALLOC (struct frame_info);
fi->next = create_sentinel_frame (current_program_space,
get_current_regcache ());
/* Set/update this frame's cached PC value, found in the next frame.
Do this before looking for this frame's unwinder. A sniffer is
very likely to read this, and the corresponding unwinder is
entitled to rely that the PC doesn't magically change. */
fi->next->prev_pc.value = pc;
fi->next->prev_pc.status = CC_VALUE;
/* We currently assume that frame chain's can't cross spaces. */
fi->pspace = fi->next->pspace;
fi->aspace = fi->next->aspace;
/* Select/initialize both the unwind function and the frame's type
based on the PC. */
frame_unwind_find_by_frame (fi, &fi->prologue_cache);
fi->this_id.p = 1;
fi->this_id.value = frame_id_build (addr, pc);
if (frame_debug)
{
fprintf_unfiltered (gdb_stdlog, "-> ");
fprint_frame (gdb_stdlog, fi);
fprintf_unfiltered (gdb_stdlog, " }\n");
}
return fi;
}
/* Return the frame that THIS_FRAME calls (NULL if THIS_FRAME is the
innermost frame). Be careful to not fall off the bottom of the
frame chain and onto the sentinel frame. */
struct frame_info *
get_next_frame (struct frame_info *this_frame)
{
if (this_frame->level > 0)
return this_frame->next;
else
return NULL;
}
/* Return the frame that THIS_FRAME calls. If THIS_FRAME is the
innermost (i.e. current) frame, return the sentinel frame. Thus,
unlike get_next_frame(), NULL will never be returned. */
struct frame_info *
get_next_frame_sentinel_okay (struct frame_info *this_frame)
{
gdb_assert (this_frame != NULL);
/* Note that, due to the manner in which the sentinel frame is
constructed, this_frame->next still works even when this_frame
is the sentinel frame. But we disallow it here anyway because
calling get_next_frame_sentinel_okay() on the sentinel frame
is likely a coding error. */
gdb_assert (this_frame != sentinel_frame);
return this_frame->next;
}
/* Observer for the target_changed event. */
static void
frame_observer_target_changed (struct target_ops *target)
{
reinit_frame_cache ();
}
/* Flush the entire frame cache. */
void
reinit_frame_cache (void)
{
struct frame_info *fi;
/* Tear down all frame caches. */
for (fi = sentinel_frame; fi != NULL; fi = fi->prev)
{
if (fi->prologue_cache && fi->unwind->dealloc_cache)
fi->unwind->dealloc_cache (fi, fi->prologue_cache);
if (fi->base_cache && fi->base->unwind->dealloc_cache)
fi->base->unwind->dealloc_cache (fi, fi->base_cache);
}
/* Since we can't really be sure what the first object allocated was. */
obstack_free (&frame_cache_obstack, 0);
obstack_init (&frame_cache_obstack);
if (sentinel_frame != NULL)
annotate_frames_invalid ();
sentinel_frame = NULL; /* Invalidate cache */
select_frame (NULL);
frame_stash_invalidate ();
if (frame_debug)
fprintf_unfiltered (gdb_stdlog, "{ reinit_frame_cache () }\n");
}
/* Find where a register is saved (in memory or another register).
The result of frame_register_unwind is just where it is saved
relative to this particular frame. */
static void
frame_register_unwind_location (struct frame_info *this_frame, int regnum,
int *optimizedp, enum lval_type *lvalp,
CORE_ADDR *addrp, int *realnump)
{
gdb_assert (this_frame == NULL || this_frame->level >= 0);
while (this_frame != NULL)
{
int unavailable;
frame_register_unwind (this_frame, regnum, optimizedp, &unavailable,
lvalp, addrp, realnump, NULL);
if (*optimizedp)
break;
if (*lvalp != lval_register)
break;
regnum = *realnump;
this_frame = get_next_frame (this_frame);
}
}
/* Get the previous raw frame, and check that it is not identical to
same other frame frame already in the chain. If it is, there is
most likely a stack cycle, so we discard it, and mark THIS_FRAME as
outermost, with UNWIND_SAME_ID stop reason. Unlike the other
validity tests, that compare THIS_FRAME and the next frame, we do
this right after creating the previous frame, to avoid ever ending
up with two frames with the same id in the frame chain. */
static struct frame_info *
get_prev_frame_if_no_cycle (struct frame_info *this_frame)
{
struct frame_info *prev_frame;
prev_frame = get_prev_frame_raw (this_frame);
/* Don't compute the frame id of the current frame yet. Unwinding
the sentinel frame can fail (e.g., if the thread is gone and we
can't thus read its registers). If we let the cycle detection
code below try to compute a frame ID, then an error thrown from
within the frame ID computation would result in the sentinel
frame as outermost frame, which is bogus. Instead, we'll compute
the current frame's ID lazily in get_frame_id. Note that there's
no point in doing cycle detection when there's only one frame, so
nothing is lost here. */
if (prev_frame->level == 0)
return prev_frame;
try
{
compute_frame_id (prev_frame);
if (!frame_stash_add (prev_frame))
{
/* Another frame with the same id was already in the stash. We just
detected a cycle. */
if (frame_debug)
{
fprintf_unfiltered (gdb_stdlog, "-> ");
fprint_frame (gdb_stdlog, NULL);
fprintf_unfiltered (gdb_stdlog, " // this frame has same ID }\n");
}
this_frame->stop_reason = UNWIND_SAME_ID;
/* Unlink. */
prev_frame->next = NULL;
this_frame->prev = NULL;
prev_frame = NULL;
}
}
catch (const gdb_exception &ex)
{
prev_frame->next = NULL;
this_frame->prev = NULL;
throw;
}
return prev_frame;
}
/* Helper function for get_prev_frame_always, this is called inside a
TRY_CATCH block. Return the frame that called THIS_FRAME or NULL if
there is no such frame. This may throw an exception. */
static struct frame_info *
get_prev_frame_always_1 (struct frame_info *this_frame)
{
struct gdbarch *gdbarch;
gdb_assert (this_frame != NULL);
gdbarch = get_frame_arch (this_frame);
if (frame_debug)
{
fprintf_unfiltered (gdb_stdlog, "{ get_prev_frame_always (this_frame=");
if (this_frame != NULL)
fprintf_unfiltered (gdb_stdlog, "%d", this_frame->level);
else
fprintf_unfiltered (gdb_stdlog, "<NULL>");
fprintf_unfiltered (gdb_stdlog, ") ");
}
/* Only try to do the unwind once. */
if (this_frame->prev_p)
{
if (frame_debug)
{
fprintf_unfiltered (gdb_stdlog, "-> ");
fprint_frame (gdb_stdlog, this_frame->prev);
fprintf_unfiltered (gdb_stdlog, " // cached \n");
}
return this_frame->prev;
}
/* If the frame unwinder hasn't been selected yet, we must do so
before setting prev_p; otherwise the check for misbehaved
sniffers will think that this frame's sniffer tried to unwind
further (see frame_cleanup_after_sniffer). */
if (this_frame->unwind == NULL)
frame_unwind_find_by_frame (this_frame, &this_frame->prologue_cache);
this_frame->prev_p = 1;
this_frame->stop_reason = UNWIND_NO_REASON;
/* If we are unwinding from an inline frame, all of the below tests
were already performed when we unwound from the next non-inline
frame. We must skip them, since we can not get THIS_FRAME's ID
until we have unwound all the way down to the previous non-inline
frame. */
if (get_frame_type (this_frame) == INLINE_FRAME)
return get_prev_frame_if_no_cycle (this_frame);
/* Check that this frame is unwindable. If it isn't, don't try to
unwind to the prev frame. */
this_frame->stop_reason
= this_frame->unwind->stop_reason (this_frame,
&this_frame->prologue_cache);
if (this_frame->stop_reason != UNWIND_NO_REASON)
{
if (frame_debug)
{
enum unwind_stop_reason reason = this_frame->stop_reason;
fprintf_unfiltered (gdb_stdlog, "-> ");
fprint_frame (gdb_stdlog, NULL);
fprintf_unfiltered (gdb_stdlog, " // %s }\n",
frame_stop_reason_symbol_string (reason));
}
return NULL;
}
/* Check that this frame's ID isn't inner to (younger, below, next)
the next frame. This happens when a frame unwind goes backwards.
This check is valid only if this frame and the next frame are NORMAL.
See the comment at frame_id_inner for details. */
if (get_frame_type (this_frame) == NORMAL_FRAME
&& this_frame->next->unwind->type == NORMAL_FRAME
&& frame_id_inner (get_frame_arch (this_frame->next),
get_frame_id (this_frame),
get_frame_id (this_frame->next)))
{
CORE_ADDR this_pc_in_block;
struct minimal_symbol *morestack_msym;
const char *morestack_name = NULL;
/* gcc -fsplit-stack __morestack can continue the stack anywhere. */
this_pc_in_block = get_frame_address_in_block (this_frame);
morestack_msym = lookup_minimal_symbol_by_pc (this_pc_in_block).minsym;
if (morestack_msym)
morestack_name = morestack_msym->linkage_name ();
if (!morestack_name || strcmp (morestack_name, "__morestack") != 0)
{
if (frame_debug)
{
fprintf_unfiltered (gdb_stdlog, "-> ");
fprint_frame (gdb_stdlog, NULL);
fprintf_unfiltered (gdb_stdlog,
" // this frame ID is inner }\n");
}
this_frame->stop_reason = UNWIND_INNER_ID;
return NULL;
}
}
/* Check that this and the next frame do not unwind the PC register
to the same memory location. If they do, then even though they
have different frame IDs, the new frame will be bogus; two
functions can't share a register save slot for the PC. This can
happen when the prologue analyzer finds a stack adjustment, but
no PC save.
This check does assume that the "PC register" is roughly a
traditional PC, even if the gdbarch_unwind_pc method adjusts
it (we do not rely on the value, only on the unwound PC being
dependent on this value). A potential improvement would be
to have the frame prev_pc method and the gdbarch unwind_pc
method set the same lval and location information as
frame_register_unwind. */
if (this_frame->level > 0
&& gdbarch_pc_regnum (gdbarch) >= 0
&& get_frame_type (this_frame) == NORMAL_FRAME
&& (get_frame_type (this_frame->next) == NORMAL_FRAME
|| get_frame_type (this_frame->next) == INLINE_FRAME))
{
int optimized, realnum, nrealnum;
enum lval_type lval, nlval;
CORE_ADDR addr, naddr;
frame_register_unwind_location (this_frame,
gdbarch_pc_regnum (gdbarch),
&optimized, &lval, &addr, &realnum);
frame_register_unwind_location (get_next_frame (this_frame),
gdbarch_pc_regnum (gdbarch),
&optimized, &nlval, &naddr, &nrealnum);
if ((lval == lval_memory && lval == nlval && addr == naddr)
|| (lval == lval_register && lval == nlval && realnum == nrealnum))
{
if (frame_debug)
{
fprintf_unfiltered (gdb_stdlog, "-> ");
fprint_frame (gdb_stdlog, NULL);
fprintf_unfiltered (gdb_stdlog, " // no saved PC }\n");
}
this_frame->stop_reason = UNWIND_NO_SAVED_PC;
this_frame->prev = NULL;
return NULL;
}
}
return get_prev_frame_if_no_cycle (this_frame);
}
/* Return a "struct frame_info" corresponding to the frame that called
THIS_FRAME. Returns NULL if there is no such frame.
Unlike get_prev_frame, this function always tries to unwind the
frame. */
struct frame_info *
get_prev_frame_always (struct frame_info *this_frame)
{
struct frame_info *prev_frame = NULL;
try
{
prev_frame = get_prev_frame_always_1 (this_frame);
}
catch (const gdb_exception_error &ex)
{
if (ex.error == MEMORY_ERROR)
{
this_frame->stop_reason = UNWIND_MEMORY_ERROR;
if (ex.message != NULL)
{
char *stop_string;
size_t size;
/* The error needs to live as long as the frame does.
Allocate using stack local STOP_STRING then assign the
pointer to the frame, this allows the STOP_STRING on the
frame to be of type 'const char *'. */
size = ex.message->size () + 1;
stop_string = (char *) frame_obstack_zalloc (size);
memcpy (stop_string, ex.what (), size);
this_frame->stop_string = stop_string;
}
prev_frame = NULL;
}
else
throw;
}
return prev_frame;
}
/* Construct a new "struct frame_info" and link it previous to
this_frame. */
static struct frame_info *
get_prev_frame_raw (struct frame_info *this_frame)
{
struct frame_info *prev_frame;
/* Allocate the new frame but do not wire it in to the frame chain.
Some (bad) code in INIT_FRAME_EXTRA_INFO tries to look along
frame->next to pull some fancy tricks (of course such code is, by
definition, recursive). Try to prevent it.
There is no reason to worry about memory leaks, should the
remainder of the function fail. The allocated memory will be
quickly reclaimed when the frame cache is flushed, and the `we've
been here before' check above will stop repeated memory
allocation calls. */
prev_frame = FRAME_OBSTACK_ZALLOC (struct frame_info);
prev_frame->level = this_frame->level + 1;
/* For now, assume we don't have frame chains crossing address
spaces. */
prev_frame->pspace = this_frame->pspace;
prev_frame->aspace = this_frame->aspace;
/* Don't yet compute ->unwind (and hence ->type). It is computed
on-demand in get_frame_type, frame_register_unwind, and
get_frame_id. */
/* Don't yet compute the frame's ID. It is computed on-demand by
get_frame_id(). */
/* The unwound frame ID is validate at the start of this function,
as part of the logic to decide if that frame should be further
unwound, and not here while the prev frame is being created.
Doing this makes it possible for the user to examine a frame that
has an invalid frame ID.
Some very old VAX code noted: [...] For the sake of argument,
suppose that the stack is somewhat trashed (which is one reason
that "info frame" exists). So, return 0 (indicating we don't
know the address of the arglist) if we don't know what frame this
frame calls. */
/* Link it in. */
this_frame->prev = prev_frame;
prev_frame->next = this_frame;
if (frame_debug)
{
fprintf_unfiltered (gdb_stdlog, "-> ");
fprint_frame (gdb_stdlog, prev_frame);
fprintf_unfiltered (gdb_stdlog, " }\n");
}
return prev_frame;
}
/* Debug routine to print a NULL frame being returned. */
static void
frame_debug_got_null_frame (struct frame_info *this_frame,
const char *reason)
{
if (frame_debug)
{
fprintf_unfiltered (gdb_stdlog, "{ get_prev_frame (this_frame=");
if (this_frame != NULL)
fprintf_unfiltered (gdb_stdlog, "%d", this_frame->level);
else
fprintf_unfiltered (gdb_stdlog, "<NULL>");
fprintf_unfiltered (gdb_stdlog, ") -> // %s}\n", reason);
}
}
/* Is this (non-sentinel) frame in the "main"() function? */
static int
inside_main_func (struct frame_info *this_frame)
{
struct bound_minimal_symbol msymbol;
CORE_ADDR maddr;
if (symfile_objfile == 0)
return 0;
msymbol = lookup_minimal_symbol (main_name (), NULL, symfile_objfile);
if (msymbol.minsym == NULL)
return 0;
/* Make certain that the code, and not descriptor, address is
returned. */
maddr = gdbarch_convert_from_func_ptr_addr (get_frame_arch (this_frame),
BMSYMBOL_VALUE_ADDRESS (msymbol),
current_top_target ());
return maddr == get_frame_func (this_frame);
}
/* Test whether THIS_FRAME is inside the process entry point function. */
static int
inside_entry_func (struct frame_info *this_frame)
{
CORE_ADDR entry_point;
if (!entry_point_address_query (&entry_point))
return 0;
return get_frame_func (this_frame) == entry_point;
}
/* Return a structure containing various interesting information about
the frame that called THIS_FRAME. Returns NULL if there is entier
no such frame or the frame fails any of a set of target-independent
condition that should terminate the frame chain (e.g., as unwinding
past main()).
This function should not contain target-dependent tests, such as
checking whether the program-counter is zero. */
struct frame_info *
get_prev_frame (struct frame_info *this_frame)
{
CORE_ADDR frame_pc;
int frame_pc_p;
/* There is always a frame. If this assertion fails, suspect that
something should be calling get_selected_frame() or
get_current_frame(). */
gdb_assert (this_frame != NULL);
/* If this_frame is the current frame, then compute and stash
its frame id prior to fetching and computing the frame id of the
previous frame. Otherwise, the cycle detection code in
get_prev_frame_if_no_cycle() will not work correctly. When
get_frame_id() is called later on, an assertion error will
be triggered in the event of a cycle between the current
frame and its previous frame. */
if (this_frame->level == 0)
get_frame_id (this_frame);
frame_pc_p = get_frame_pc_if_available (this_frame, &frame_pc);
/* tausq/2004-12-07: Dummy frames are skipped because it doesn't make much
sense to stop unwinding at a dummy frame. One place where a dummy
frame may have an address "inside_main_func" is on HPUX. On HPUX, the
pcsqh register (space register for the instruction at the head of the
instruction queue) cannot be written directly; the only way to set it
is to branch to code that is in the target space. In order to implement
frame dummies on HPUX, the called function is made to jump back to where
the inferior was when the user function was called. If gdb was inside
the main function when we created the dummy frame, the dummy frame will
point inside the main function. */
if (this_frame->level >= 0
&& get_frame_type (this_frame) == NORMAL_FRAME
&& !user_set_backtrace_options.backtrace_past_main
&& frame_pc_p
&& inside_main_func (this_frame))
/* Don't unwind past main(). Note, this is done _before_ the
frame has been marked as previously unwound. That way if the
user later decides to enable unwinds past main(), that will
automatically happen. */
{
frame_debug_got_null_frame (this_frame, "inside main func");
return NULL;
}
/* If the user's backtrace limit has been exceeded, stop. We must
add two to the current level; one of those accounts for backtrace_limit
being 1-based and the level being 0-based, and the other accounts for
the level of the new frame instead of the level of the current
frame. */
if (this_frame->level + 2 > user_set_backtrace_options.backtrace_limit)
{
frame_debug_got_null_frame (this_frame, "backtrace limit exceeded");
return NULL;
}
/* If we're already inside the entry function for the main objfile,
then it isn't valid. Don't apply this test to a dummy frame -
dummy frame PCs typically land in the entry func. Don't apply
this test to the sentinel frame. Sentinel frames should always
be allowed to unwind. */
/* NOTE: cagney/2003-07-07: Fixed a bug in inside_main_func() -
wasn't checking for "main" in the minimal symbols. With that
fixed asm-source tests now stop in "main" instead of halting the
backtrace in weird and wonderful ways somewhere inside the entry
file. Suspect that tests for inside the entry file/func were
added to work around that (now fixed) case. */
/* NOTE: cagney/2003-07-15: danielj (if I'm reading it right)
suggested having the inside_entry_func test use the
inside_main_func() msymbol trick (along with entry_point_address()
I guess) to determine the address range of the start function.
That should provide a far better stopper than the current
heuristics. */
/* NOTE: tausq/2004-10-09: this is needed if, for example, the compiler
applied tail-call optimizations to main so that a function called
from main returns directly to the caller of main. Since we don't
stop at main, we should at least stop at the entry point of the
application. */
if (this_frame->level >= 0
&& get_frame_type (this_frame) == NORMAL_FRAME
&& !user_set_backtrace_options.backtrace_past_entry
&& frame_pc_p
&& inside_entry_func (this_frame))
{
frame_debug_got_null_frame (this_frame, "inside entry func");
return NULL;
}
/* Assume that the only way to get a zero PC is through something
like a SIGSEGV or a dummy frame, and hence that NORMAL frames
will never unwind a zero PC. */
if (this_frame->level > 0
&& (get_frame_type (this_frame) == NORMAL_FRAME
|| get_frame_type (this_frame) == INLINE_FRAME)
&& get_frame_type (get_next_frame (this_frame)) == NORMAL_FRAME
&& frame_pc_p && frame_pc == 0)
{
frame_debug_got_null_frame (this_frame, "zero PC");
return NULL;
}
return get_prev_frame_always (this_frame);
}
struct frame_id
get_prev_frame_id_by_id (struct frame_id id)
{
struct frame_id prev_id;
struct frame_info *frame;
frame = frame_find_by_id (id);
if (frame != NULL)
prev_id = get_frame_id (get_prev_frame (frame));
else
prev_id = null_frame_id;
return prev_id;
}
CORE_ADDR
get_frame_pc (struct frame_info *frame)
{
gdb_assert (frame->next != NULL);
return frame_unwind_pc (frame->next);
}
int
get_frame_pc_if_available (struct frame_info *frame, CORE_ADDR *pc)
{
gdb_assert (frame->next != NULL);
try
{
*pc = frame_unwind_pc (frame->next);
}
catch (const gdb_exception_error &ex)
{
if (ex.error == NOT_AVAILABLE_ERROR)
return 0;
else
throw;
}
return 1;
}
/* Return an address that falls within THIS_FRAME's code block. */
CORE_ADDR
get_frame_address_in_block (struct frame_info *this_frame)
{
/* A draft address. */
CORE_ADDR pc = get_frame_pc (this_frame);
struct frame_info *next_frame = this_frame->next;
/* Calling get_frame_pc returns the resume address for THIS_FRAME.
Normally the resume address is inside the body of the function
associated with THIS_FRAME, but there is a special case: when
calling a function which the compiler knows will never return
(for instance abort), the call may be the very last instruction
in the calling function. The resume address will point after the
call and may be at the beginning of a different function
entirely.
If THIS_FRAME is a signal frame or dummy frame, then we should
not adjust the unwound PC. For a dummy frame, GDB pushed the
resume address manually onto the stack. For a signal frame, the
OS may have pushed the resume address manually and invoked the
handler (e.g. GNU/Linux), or invoked the trampoline which called
the signal handler - but in either case the signal handler is
expected to return to the trampoline. So in both of these
cases we know that the resume address is executable and
related. So we only need to adjust the PC if THIS_FRAME
is a normal function.
If the program has been interrupted while THIS_FRAME is current,
then clearly the resume address is inside the associated
function. There are three kinds of interruption: debugger stop
(next frame will be SENTINEL_FRAME), operating system
signal or exception (next frame will be SIGTRAMP_FRAME),
or debugger-induced function call (next frame will be
DUMMY_FRAME). So we only need to adjust the PC if
NEXT_FRAME is a normal function.
We check the type of NEXT_FRAME first, since it is already
known; frame type is determined by the unwinder, and since
we have THIS_FRAME we've already selected an unwinder for
NEXT_FRAME.
If the next frame is inlined, we need to keep going until we find
the real function - for instance, if a signal handler is invoked
while in an inlined function, then the code address of the
"calling" normal function should not be adjusted either. */
while (get_frame_type (next_frame) == INLINE_FRAME)
next_frame = next_frame->next;
if ((get_frame_type (next_frame) == NORMAL_FRAME
|| get_frame_type (next_frame) == TAILCALL_FRAME)
&& (get_frame_type (this_frame) == NORMAL_FRAME
|| get_frame_type (this_frame) == TAILCALL_FRAME
|| get_frame_type (this_frame) == INLINE_FRAME))
return pc - 1;
return pc;
}
int
get_frame_address_in_block_if_available (struct frame_info *this_frame,
CORE_ADDR *pc)
{
try
{
*pc = get_frame_address_in_block (this_frame);
}
catch (const gdb_exception_error &ex)
{
if (ex.error == NOT_AVAILABLE_ERROR)
return 0;
throw;
}
return 1;
}
symtab_and_line
find_frame_sal (frame_info *frame)
{
struct frame_info *next_frame;
int notcurrent;
CORE_ADDR pc;
/* If the next frame represents an inlined function call, this frame's
sal is the "call site" of that inlined function, which can not
be inferred from get_frame_pc. */
next_frame = get_next_frame (frame);
if (frame_inlined_callees (frame) > 0)
{
struct symbol *sym;
if (next_frame)
sym = get_frame_function (next_frame);
else
sym = inline_skipped_symbol (inferior_thread ());
/* If frame is inline, it certainly has symbols. */
gdb_assert (sym);
symtab_and_line sal;
if (SYMBOL_LINE (sym) != 0)
{
sal.symtab = symbol_symtab (sym);
sal.line = SYMBOL_LINE (sym);
}
else
/* If the symbol does not have a location, we don't know where
the call site is. Do not pretend to. This is jarring, but
we can't do much better. */
sal.pc = get_frame_pc (frame);
sal.pspace = get_frame_program_space (frame);
return sal;
}
/* If FRAME is not the innermost frame, that normally means that
FRAME->pc points at the return instruction (which is *after* the
call instruction), and we want to get the line containing the
call (because the call is where the user thinks the program is).
However, if the next frame is either a SIGTRAMP_FRAME or a
DUMMY_FRAME, then the next frame will contain a saved interrupt
PC and such a PC indicates the current (rather than next)
instruction/line, consequently, for such cases, want to get the
line containing fi->pc. */
if (!get_frame_pc_if_available (frame, &pc))
return {};
notcurrent = (pc != get_frame_address_in_block (frame));
return find_pc_line (pc, notcurrent);
}
/* Per "frame.h", return the ``address'' of the frame. Code should
really be using get_frame_id(). */
CORE_ADDR
get_frame_base (struct frame_info *fi)
{
return get_frame_id (fi).stack_addr;
}
/* High-level offsets into the frame. Used by the debug info. */
CORE_ADDR
get_frame_base_address (struct frame_info *fi)
{
if (get_frame_type (fi) != NORMAL_FRAME)
return 0;
if (fi->base == NULL)
fi->base = frame_base_find_by_frame (fi);
/* Sneaky: If the low-level unwind and high-level base code share a
common unwinder, let them share the prologue cache. */
if (fi->base->unwind == fi->unwind)
return fi->base->this_base (fi, &fi->prologue_cache);
return fi->base->this_base (fi, &fi->base_cache);
}
CORE_ADDR
get_frame_locals_address (struct frame_info *fi)
{
if (get_frame_type (fi) != NORMAL_FRAME)
return 0;
/* If there isn't a frame address method, find it. */
if (fi->base == NULL)
fi->base = frame_base_find_by_frame (fi);
/* Sneaky: If the low-level unwind and high-level base code share a
common unwinder, let them share the prologue cache. */
if (fi->base->unwind == fi->unwind)
return fi->base->this_locals (fi, &fi->prologue_cache);
return fi->base->this_locals (fi, &fi->base_cache);
}
CORE_ADDR
get_frame_args_address (struct frame_info *fi)
{
if (get_frame_type (fi) != NORMAL_FRAME)
return 0;
/* If there isn't a frame address method, find it. */
if (fi->base == NULL)
fi->base = frame_base_find_by_frame (fi);
/* Sneaky: If the low-level unwind and high-level base code share a
common unwinder, let them share the prologue cache. */
if (fi->base->unwind == fi->unwind)
return fi->base->this_args (fi, &fi->prologue_cache);
return fi->base->this_args (fi, &fi->base_cache);
}
/* Return true if the frame unwinder for frame FI is UNWINDER; false
otherwise. */
int
frame_unwinder_is (struct frame_info *fi, const struct frame_unwind *unwinder)
{
if (fi->unwind == NULL)
frame_unwind_find_by_frame (fi, &fi->prologue_cache);
return fi->unwind == unwinder;
}
/* Level of the selected frame: 0 for innermost, 1 for its caller, ...
or -1 for a NULL frame. */
int
frame_relative_level (struct frame_info *fi)
{
if (fi == NULL)
return -1;
else
return fi->level;
}
enum frame_type
get_frame_type (struct frame_info *frame)
{
if (frame->unwind == NULL)
/* Initialize the frame's unwinder because that's what
provides the frame's type. */
frame_unwind_find_by_frame (frame, &frame->prologue_cache);
return frame->unwind->type;
}
struct program_space *
get_frame_program_space (struct frame_info *frame)
{
return frame->pspace;
}
struct program_space *
frame_unwind_program_space (struct frame_info *this_frame)
{
gdb_assert (this_frame);
/* This is really a placeholder to keep the API consistent --- we
assume for now that we don't have frame chains crossing
spaces. */
return this_frame->pspace;
}
const address_space *
get_frame_address_space (struct frame_info *frame)
{
return frame->aspace;
}
/* Memory access methods. */
void
get_frame_memory (struct frame_info *this_frame, CORE_ADDR addr,
gdb_byte *buf, int len)
{
read_memory (addr, buf, len);
}
LONGEST
get_frame_memory_signed (struct frame_info *this_frame, CORE_ADDR addr,
int len)
{
struct gdbarch *gdbarch = get_frame_arch (this_frame);
enum bfd_endian byte_order = gdbarch_byte_order (gdbarch);
return read_memory_integer (addr, len, byte_order);
}
ULONGEST
get_frame_memory_unsigned (struct frame_info *this_frame, CORE_ADDR addr,
int len)
{
struct gdbarch *gdbarch = get_frame_arch (this_frame);
enum bfd_endian byte_order = gdbarch_byte_order (gdbarch);
return read_memory_unsigned_integer (addr, len, byte_order);
}
int
safe_frame_unwind_memory (struct frame_info *this_frame,
CORE_ADDR addr, gdb_byte *buf, int len)
{
/* NOTE: target_read_memory returns zero on success! */
return !target_read_memory (addr, buf, len);
}
/* Architecture methods. */
struct gdbarch *
get_frame_arch (struct frame_info *this_frame)
{
return frame_unwind_arch (this_frame->next);
}
struct gdbarch *
frame_unwind_arch (struct frame_info *next_frame)
{
if (!next_frame->prev_arch.p)
{
struct gdbarch *arch;
if (next_frame->unwind == NULL)
frame_unwind_find_by_frame (next_frame, &next_frame->prologue_cache);
if (next_frame->unwind->prev_arch != NULL)
arch = next_frame->unwind->prev_arch (next_frame,
&next_frame->prologue_cache);
else
arch = get_frame_arch (next_frame);
next_frame->prev_arch.arch = arch;
next_frame->prev_arch.p = 1;
if (frame_debug)
fprintf_unfiltered (gdb_stdlog,
"{ frame_unwind_arch (next_frame=%d) -> %s }\n",
next_frame->level,
gdbarch_bfd_arch_info (arch)->printable_name);
}
return next_frame->prev_arch.arch;
}
struct gdbarch *
frame_unwind_caller_arch (struct frame_info *next_frame)
{
next_frame = skip_artificial_frames (next_frame);
/* We must have a non-artificial frame. The caller is supposed to check
the result of frame_unwind_caller_id (), which returns NULL_FRAME_ID
in this case. */
gdb_assert (next_frame != NULL);
return frame_unwind_arch (next_frame);
}
/* Gets the language of FRAME. */
enum language
get_frame_language (struct frame_info *frame)
{
CORE_ADDR pc = 0;
int pc_p = 0;
gdb_assert (frame!= NULL);
/* We determine the current frame language by looking up its
associated symtab. To retrieve this symtab, we use the frame
PC. However we cannot use the frame PC as is, because it
usually points to the instruction following the "call", which
is sometimes the first instruction of another function. So
we rely on get_frame_address_in_block(), it provides us with
a PC that is guaranteed to be inside the frame's code
block. */
try
{
pc = get_frame_address_in_block (frame);
pc_p = 1;
}
catch (const gdb_exception_error &ex)
{
if (ex.error != NOT_AVAILABLE_ERROR)
throw;
}
if (pc_p)
{
struct compunit_symtab *cust = find_pc_compunit_symtab (pc);
if (cust != NULL)
return compunit_language (cust);
}
return language_unknown;
}
/* Stack pointer methods. */
CORE_ADDR
get_frame_sp (struct frame_info *this_frame)
{
struct gdbarch *gdbarch = get_frame_arch (this_frame);
/* NOTE drow/2008-06-28: gdbarch_unwind_sp could be converted to
operate on THIS_FRAME now. */
return gdbarch_unwind_sp (gdbarch, this_frame->next);
}
/* Return the reason why we can't unwind past FRAME. */
enum unwind_stop_reason
get_frame_unwind_stop_reason (struct frame_info *frame)
{
/* Fill-in STOP_REASON. */
get_prev_frame_always (frame);
gdb_assert (frame->prev_p);
return frame->stop_reason;
}
/* Return a string explaining REASON. */
const char *
unwind_stop_reason_to_string (enum unwind_stop_reason reason)
{
switch (reason)
{
#define SET(name, description) \
case name: return _(description);
#include "unwind_stop_reasons.def"
#undef SET
default:
internal_error (__FILE__, __LINE__,
"Invalid frame stop reason");
}
}
const char *
frame_stop_reason_string (struct frame_info *fi)
{
gdb_assert (fi->prev_p);
gdb_assert (fi->prev == NULL);
/* Return the specific string if we have one. */
if (fi->stop_string != NULL)
return fi->stop_string;
/* Return the generic string if we have nothing better. */
return unwind_stop_reason_to_string (fi->stop_reason);
}
/* Return the enum symbol name of REASON as a string, to use in debug
output. */
static const char *
frame_stop_reason_symbol_string (enum unwind_stop_reason reason)
{
switch (reason)
{
#define SET(name, description) \
case name: return #name;
#include "unwind_stop_reasons.def"
#undef SET
default:
internal_error (__FILE__, __LINE__,
"Invalid frame stop reason");
}
}
/* Clean up after a failed (wrong unwinder) attempt to unwind past
FRAME. */
void
frame_cleanup_after_sniffer (struct frame_info *frame)
{
/* The sniffer should not allocate a prologue cache if it did not
match this frame. */
gdb_assert (frame->prologue_cache == NULL);
/* No sniffer should extend the frame chain; sniff based on what is
already certain. */
gdb_assert (!frame->prev_p);
/* The sniffer should not check the frame's ID; that's circular. */
gdb_assert (!frame->this_id.p);
/* Clear cached fields dependent on the unwinder.
The previous PC is independent of the unwinder, but the previous
function is not (see get_frame_address_in_block). */
frame->prev_func.p = 0;
frame->prev_func.addr = 0;
/* Discard the unwinder last, so that we can easily find it if an assertion
in this function triggers. */
frame->unwind = NULL;
}
/* Set FRAME's unwinder temporarily, so that we can call a sniffer.
If sniffing fails, the caller should be sure to call
frame_cleanup_after_sniffer. */
void
frame_prepare_for_sniffer (struct frame_info *frame,
const struct frame_unwind *unwind)
{
gdb_assert (frame->unwind == NULL);
frame->unwind = unwind;
}
static struct cmd_list_element *set_backtrace_cmdlist;
static struct cmd_list_element *show_backtrace_cmdlist;
static void
set_backtrace_cmd (const char *args, int from_tty)
{
help_list (set_backtrace_cmdlist, "set backtrace ", all_commands,
gdb_stdout);
}
static void
show_backtrace_cmd (const char *args, int from_tty)
{
cmd_show_list (show_backtrace_cmdlist, from_tty, "");
}
/* Definition of the "set backtrace" settings that are exposed as
"backtrace" command options. */
using boolean_option_def
= gdb::option::boolean_option_def<set_backtrace_options>;
using uinteger_option_def
= gdb::option::uinteger_option_def<set_backtrace_options>;
const gdb::option::option_def set_backtrace_option_defs[] = {
boolean_option_def {
"past-main",
[] (set_backtrace_options *opt) { return &opt->backtrace_past_main; },
show_backtrace_past_main, /* show_cmd_cb */
N_("Set whether backtraces should continue past \"main\"."),
N_("Show whether backtraces should continue past \"main\"."),
N_("Normally the caller of \"main\" is not of interest, so GDB will terminate\n\
the backtrace at \"main\". Set this if you need to see the rest\n\
of the stack trace."),
},
boolean_option_def {
"past-entry",
[] (set_backtrace_options *opt) { return &opt->backtrace_past_entry; },
show_backtrace_past_entry, /* show_cmd_cb */
N_("Set whether backtraces should continue past the entry point of a program."),
N_("Show whether backtraces should continue past the entry point of a program."),
N_("Normally there are no callers beyond the entry point of a program, so GDB\n\
will terminate the backtrace there. Set this if you need to see\n\
the rest of the stack trace."),
},
};
void
_initialize_frame (void)
{
obstack_init (&frame_cache_obstack);
frame_stash_create ();
gdb::observers::target_changed.attach (frame_observer_target_changed);
add_prefix_cmd ("backtrace", class_maintenance, set_backtrace_cmd, _("\
Set backtrace specific variables.\n\
Configure backtrace variables such as the backtrace limit"),
&set_backtrace_cmdlist, "set backtrace ",
0/*allow-unknown*/, &setlist);
add_prefix_cmd ("backtrace", class_maintenance, show_backtrace_cmd, _("\
Show backtrace specific variables.\n\
Show backtrace variables such as the backtrace limit."),
&show_backtrace_cmdlist, "show backtrace ",
0/*allow-unknown*/, &showlist);
add_setshow_