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/* Read a symbol table in ECOFF format (Third-Eye).
Copyright (C) 1986-2016 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
Original version contributed by Alessandro Forin (af@cs.cmu.edu) at
CMU. Major work by Per Bothner, John Gilmore and Ian Lance Taylor
at Cygnus Support.
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/>. */
/* This module provides the function mdebug_build_psymtabs. It reads
ECOFF debugging information into partial symbol tables. The
debugging information is read from two structures. A struct
ecoff_debug_swap includes the sizes of each ECOFF structure and
swapping routines; these are fixed for a particular target. A
struct ecoff_debug_info points to the debugging information for a
particular object file.
ECOFF symbol tables are mostly written in the byte order of the
target machine. However, one section of the table (the auxiliary
symbol information) is written in the host byte order. There is a
bit in the other symbol info which describes which host byte order
was used. ECOFF thereby takes the trophy from Intel `b.out' for
the most brain-dead adaptation of a file format to byte order.
This module can read all four of the known byte-order combinations,
on any type of host. */
#include "defs.h"
#include "symtab.h"
#include "gdbtypes.h"
#include "gdbcore.h"
#include "filenames.h"
#include "objfiles.h"
#include "gdb_obstack.h"
#include "buildsym.h"
#include "stabsread.h"
#include "complaints.h"
#include "demangle.h"
#include "gdb-demangle.h"
#include "block.h"
#include "dictionary.h"
#include "mdebugread.h"
#include <sys/stat.h>
#include "psympriv.h"
#include "source.h"
#include "bfd.h"
#include "coff/ecoff.h" /* COFF-like aspects of ecoff files. */
#include "libaout.h" /* Private BFD a.out information. */
#include "aout/aout64.h"
#include "aout/stab_gnu.h" /* STABS information. */
#include "expression.h"
extern void _initialize_mdebugread (void);
/* Provide a way to test if we have both ECOFF and ELF symbol tables.
We use this define in order to know whether we should override a
symbol's ECOFF section with its ELF section. This is necessary in
case the symbol's ELF section could not be represented in ECOFF. */
#define ECOFF_IN_ELF(bfd) (bfd_get_flavour (bfd) == bfd_target_elf_flavour \
&& bfd_get_section_by_name (bfd, ".mdebug") != NULL)
/* The objfile we are currently reading. */
static struct objfile *mdebugread_objfile;
/* We put a pointer to this structure in the read_symtab_private field
of the psymtab. */
struct symloc
{
/* Index of the FDR that this psymtab represents. */
int fdr_idx;
/* The BFD that the psymtab was created from. */
bfd *cur_bfd;
const struct ecoff_debug_swap *debug_swap;
struct ecoff_debug_info *debug_info;
struct mdebug_pending **pending_list;
/* Pointer to external symbols for this file. */
EXTR *extern_tab;
/* Size of extern_tab. */
int extern_count;
enum language pst_language;
};
#define PST_PRIVATE(p) ((struct symloc *)(p)->read_symtab_private)
#define FDR_IDX(p) (PST_PRIVATE(p)->fdr_idx)
#define CUR_BFD(p) (PST_PRIVATE(p)->cur_bfd)
#define DEBUG_SWAP(p) (PST_PRIVATE(p)->debug_swap)
#define DEBUG_INFO(p) (PST_PRIVATE(p)->debug_info)
#define PENDING_LIST(p) (PST_PRIVATE(p)->pending_list)
#define SC_IS_TEXT(sc) ((sc) == scText \
|| (sc) == scRConst \
|| (sc) == scInit \
|| (sc) == scFini)
#define SC_IS_DATA(sc) ((sc) == scData \
|| (sc) == scSData \
|| (sc) == scRData \
|| (sc) == scPData \
|| (sc) == scXData)
#define SC_IS_COMMON(sc) ((sc) == scCommon || (sc) == scSCommon)
#define SC_IS_BSS(sc) ((sc) == scBss)
#define SC_IS_SBSS(sc) ((sc) == scSBss)
#define SC_IS_UNDEF(sc) ((sc) == scUndefined || (sc) == scSUndefined)
/* Various complaints about symbol reading that don't abort the process. */
static void
index_complaint (const char *arg1)
{
complaint (&symfile_complaints, _("bad aux index at symbol %s"), arg1);
}
static void
unknown_ext_complaint (const char *arg1)
{
complaint (&symfile_complaints, _("unknown external symbol %s"), arg1);
}
static void
basic_type_complaint (int arg1, const char *arg2)
{
complaint (&symfile_complaints, _("cannot map ECOFF basic type 0x%x for %s"),
arg1, arg2);
}
static void
bad_tag_guess_complaint (const char *arg1)
{
complaint (&symfile_complaints,
_("guessed tag type of %s incorrectly"), arg1);
}
static void
bad_rfd_entry_complaint (const char *arg1, int arg2, int arg3)
{
complaint (&symfile_complaints, _("bad rfd entry for %s: file %d, index %d"),
arg1, arg2, arg3);
}
static void
unexpected_type_code_complaint (const char *arg1)
{
complaint (&symfile_complaints, _("unexpected type code for %s"), arg1);
}
/* Macros and extra defs. */
/* Puns: hard to find whether -g was used and how. */
#define MIN_GLEVEL GLEVEL_0
#define compare_glevel(a,b) \
(((a) == GLEVEL_3) ? ((b) < GLEVEL_3) : \
((b) == GLEVEL_3) ? -1 : (int)((b) - (a)))
/* Things that really are local to this module. */
/* Remember what we deduced to be the source language of this psymtab. */
static enum language psymtab_language = language_unknown;
/* Current BFD. */
static bfd *cur_bfd;
/* How to parse debugging information for CUR_BFD. */
static const struct ecoff_debug_swap *debug_swap;
/* Pointers to debugging information for CUR_BFD. */
static struct ecoff_debug_info *debug_info;
/* Pointer to current file decriptor record, and its index. */
static FDR *cur_fdr;
static int cur_fd;
/* Index of current symbol. */
static int cur_sdx;
/* Note how much "debuggable" this image is. We would like
to see at least one FDR with full symbols. */
static int max_gdbinfo;
static int max_glevel;
/* When examining .o files, report on undefined symbols. */
static int n_undef_symbols, n_undef_labels, n_undef_vars, n_undef_procs;
/* Pseudo symbol to use when putting stabs into the symbol table. */
static char stabs_symbol[] = STABS_SYMBOL;
/* Nonzero if we have seen ecoff debugging info for a file. */
static int found_ecoff_debugging_info;
/* Forward declarations. */
static int upgrade_type (int, struct type **, int, union aux_ext *,
int, char *);
static void parse_partial_symbols (struct objfile *);
static int has_opaque_xref (FDR *, SYMR *);
static int cross_ref (int, union aux_ext *, struct type **, enum type_code,
char **, int, char *);
static struct symbol *new_symbol (char *);
static struct type *new_type (char *);
enum block_type { FUNCTION_BLOCK, NON_FUNCTION_BLOCK };
static struct block *new_block (enum block_type);
static struct compunit_symtab *new_symtab (const char *, int, struct objfile *);
static struct linetable *new_linetable (int);
static struct blockvector *new_bvect (int);
static struct type *parse_type (int, union aux_ext *, unsigned int, int *,
int, char *);
static struct symbol *mylookup_symbol (char *, const struct block *,
domain_enum, enum address_class);
static void sort_blocks (struct symtab *);
static struct partial_symtab *new_psymtab (char *, struct objfile *);
static void psymtab_to_symtab_1 (struct objfile *objfile,
struct partial_symtab *, const char *);
static void add_block (struct block *, struct symtab *);
static void add_symbol (struct symbol *, struct symtab *, struct block *);
static int add_line (struct linetable *, int, CORE_ADDR, int);
static struct linetable *shrink_linetable (struct linetable *);
static void handle_psymbol_enumerators (struct objfile *, FDR *, int,
CORE_ADDR);
static char *mdebug_next_symbol_text (struct objfile *);
/* Exported procedure: Builds a symtab from the partial symtab SELF.
Restores the environment in effect when SELF was created, delegates
most of the work to an ancillary procedure, and sorts
and reorders the symtab list at the end. SELF is not NULL. */
static void
mdebug_read_symtab (struct partial_symtab *self, struct objfile *objfile)
{
if (info_verbose)
{
printf_filtered (_("Reading in symbols for %s..."), self->filename);
gdb_flush (gdb_stdout);
}
next_symbol_text_func = mdebug_next_symbol_text;
psymtab_to_symtab_1 (objfile, self, self->filename);
/* Match with global symbols. This only needs to be done once,
after all of the symtabs and dependencies have been read in. */
scan_file_globals (objfile);
if (info_verbose)
printf_filtered (_("done.\n"));
}
/* File-level interface functions. */
/* Find a file descriptor given its index RF relative to a file CF. */
static FDR *
get_rfd (int cf, int rf)
{
FDR *fdrs;
FDR *f;
RFDT rfd;
fdrs = debug_info->fdr;
f = fdrs + cf;
/* Object files do not have the RFD table, all refs are absolute. */
if (f->rfdBase == 0)
return fdrs + rf;
(*debug_swap->swap_rfd_in) (cur_bfd,
((char *) debug_info->external_rfd
+ ((f->rfdBase + rf)
* debug_swap->external_rfd_size)),
&rfd);
return fdrs + rfd;
}
/* Return a safer print NAME for a file descriptor. */
static char *
fdr_name (FDR *f)
{
if (f->rss == -1)
return "<stripped file>";
if (f->rss == 0)
return "<NFY>";
return debug_info->ss + f->issBase + f->rss;
}
/* Read in and parse the symtab of the file OBJFILE. Symbols from
different sections are relocated via the SECTION_OFFSETS. */
void
mdebug_build_psymtabs (struct objfile *objfile,
const struct ecoff_debug_swap *swap,
struct ecoff_debug_info *info)
{
cur_bfd = objfile->obfd;
debug_swap = swap;
debug_info = info;
stabsread_new_init ();
buildsym_new_init ();
free_header_files ();
init_header_files ();
/* Make sure all the FDR information is swapped in. */
if (info->fdr == (FDR *) NULL)
{
char *fdr_src;
char *fdr_end;
FDR *fdr_ptr;
info->fdr = (FDR *) obstack_alloc (&objfile->objfile_obstack,
(info->symbolic_header.ifdMax
* sizeof (FDR)));
fdr_src = (char *) info->external_fdr;
fdr_end = (fdr_src
+ info->symbolic_header.ifdMax * swap->external_fdr_size);
fdr_ptr = info->fdr;
for (; fdr_src < fdr_end; fdr_src += swap->external_fdr_size, fdr_ptr++)
(*swap->swap_fdr_in) (objfile->obfd, fdr_src, fdr_ptr);
}
parse_partial_symbols (objfile);
#if 0
/* Check to make sure file was compiled with -g. If not, warn the
user of this limitation. */
if (compare_glevel (max_glevel, GLEVEL_2) < 0)
{
if (max_gdbinfo == 0)
printf_unfiltered (_("\n%s not compiled with -g, "
"debugging support is limited.\n"),
objfile->name);
printf_unfiltered (_("You should compile with -g2 or "
"-g3 for best debugging support.\n"));
gdb_flush (gdb_stdout);
}
#endif
}
/* Local utilities */
/* Map of FDR indexes to partial symtabs. */
struct pst_map
{
struct partial_symtab *pst; /* the psymtab proper */
long n_globals; /* exported globals (external symbols) */
long globals_offset; /* cumulative */
};
/* Utility stack, used to nest procedures and blocks properly.
It is a doubly linked list, to avoid too many alloc/free.
Since we might need it quite a few times it is NOT deallocated
after use. */
static struct parse_stack
{
struct parse_stack *next, *prev;
struct symtab *cur_st; /* Current symtab. */
struct block *cur_block; /* Block in it. */
/* What are we parsing. stFile, or stBlock are for files and
blocks. stProc or stStaticProc means we have seen the start of a
procedure, but not the start of the block within in. When we see
the start of that block, we change it to stNil, without pushing a
new block, i.e. stNil means both a procedure and a block. */
int blocktype;
struct type *cur_type; /* Type we parse fields for. */
int cur_field; /* Field number in cur_type. */
CORE_ADDR procadr; /* Start addres of this procedure. */
int numargs; /* Its argument count. */
}
*top_stack; /* Top stack ptr */
/* Enter a new lexical context. */
static void
push_parse_stack (void)
{
struct parse_stack *newobj;
/* Reuse frames if possible. */
if (top_stack && top_stack->prev)
newobj = top_stack->prev;
else
newobj = XCNEW (struct parse_stack);
/* Initialize new frame with previous content. */
if (top_stack)
{
struct parse_stack *prev = newobj->prev;
*newobj = *top_stack;
top_stack->prev = newobj;
newobj->prev = prev;
newobj->next = top_stack;
}
top_stack = newobj;
}
/* Exit a lexical context. */
static void
pop_parse_stack (void)
{
if (!top_stack)
return;
if (top_stack->next)
top_stack = top_stack->next;
}
/* Cross-references might be to things we haven't looked at
yet, e.g. type references. To avoid too many type
duplications we keep a quick fixup table, an array
of lists of references indexed by file descriptor. */
struct mdebug_pending
{
struct mdebug_pending *next; /* link */
char *s; /* the unswapped symbol */
struct type *t; /* its partial type descriptor */
};
/* The pending information is kept for an entire object file. We
allocate the pending information table when we create the partial
symbols, and we store a pointer to the single table in each
psymtab. */
static struct mdebug_pending **pending_list;
/* Check whether we already saw symbol SH in file FH. */
static struct mdebug_pending *
is_pending_symbol (FDR *fh, char *sh)
{
int f_idx = fh - debug_info->fdr;
struct mdebug_pending *p;
/* Linear search is ok, list is typically no more than 10 deep. */
for (p = pending_list[f_idx]; p; p = p->next)
if (p->s == sh)
break;
return p;
}
/* Add a new symbol SH of type T. */
static void
add_pending (FDR *fh, char *sh, struct type *t)
{
int f_idx = fh - debug_info->fdr;
struct mdebug_pending *p = is_pending_symbol (fh, sh);
/* Make sure we do not make duplicates. */
if (!p)
{
p = ((struct mdebug_pending *)
obstack_alloc (&mdebugread_objfile->objfile_obstack,
sizeof (struct mdebug_pending)));
p->s = sh;
p->t = t;
p->next = pending_list[f_idx];
pending_list[f_idx] = p;
}
}
/* Parsing Routines proper. */
static void
reg_value_complaint (int regnum, int num_regs, const char *sym)
{
complaint (&symfile_complaints,
_("bad register number %d (max %d) in symbol %s"),
regnum, num_regs - 1, sym);
}
/* Parse a single symbol. Mostly just make up a GDB symbol for it.
For blocks, procedures and types we open a new lexical context.
This is basically just a big switch on the symbol's type. Argument
AX is the base pointer of aux symbols for this file (fh->iauxBase).
EXT_SH points to the unswapped symbol, which is needed for struct,
union, etc., types; it is NULL for an EXTR. BIGEND says whether
aux symbols are big-endian or little-endian. Return count of
SYMR's handled (normally one). */
static int
mdebug_reg_to_regnum (struct symbol *sym, struct gdbarch *gdbarch)
{
int regno = gdbarch_ecoff_reg_to_regnum (gdbarch, SYMBOL_VALUE (sym));
if (regno < 0
|| regno >= (gdbarch_num_regs (gdbarch)
+ gdbarch_num_pseudo_regs (gdbarch)))
{
reg_value_complaint (regno,
gdbarch_num_regs (gdbarch)
+ gdbarch_num_pseudo_regs (gdbarch),
SYMBOL_PRINT_NAME (sym));
regno = gdbarch_sp_regnum (gdbarch); /* Known safe, though useless. */
}
return regno;
}
static const struct symbol_register_ops mdebug_register_funcs = {
mdebug_reg_to_regnum
};
/* The "aclass" indices for computed symbols. */
static int mdebug_register_index;
static int mdebug_regparm_index;
/* Common code for symbols describing data. */
static void
add_data_symbol (SYMR *sh, union aux_ext *ax, int bigend,
struct symbol *s, int aclass_index, struct block *b,
struct objfile *objfile, char *name)
{
SYMBOL_DOMAIN (s) = VAR_DOMAIN;
SYMBOL_ACLASS_INDEX (s) = aclass_index;
add_symbol (s, top_stack->cur_st, b);
/* Type could be missing if file is compiled without debugging info. */
if (SC_IS_UNDEF (sh->sc)
|| sh->sc == scNil || sh->index == indexNil)
SYMBOL_TYPE (s) = objfile_type (objfile)->nodebug_data_symbol;
else
SYMBOL_TYPE (s) = parse_type (cur_fd, ax, sh->index, 0, bigend, name);
/* Value of a data symbol is its memory address. */
}
static int
parse_symbol (SYMR *sh, union aux_ext *ax, char *ext_sh, int bigend,
struct section_offsets *section_offsets, struct objfile *objfile)
{
struct gdbarch *gdbarch = get_objfile_arch (objfile);
const bfd_size_type external_sym_size = debug_swap->external_sym_size;
void (*const swap_sym_in) (bfd *, void *, SYMR *) = debug_swap->swap_sym_in;
char *name;
struct symbol *s;
struct block *b;
struct mdebug_pending *pend;
struct type *t;
struct field *f;
int count = 1;
TIR tir;
long svalue = sh->value;
int bitsize;
if (ext_sh == (char *) NULL)
name = debug_info->ssext + sh->iss;
else
name = debug_info->ss + cur_fdr->issBase + sh->iss;
switch (sh->sc)
{
case scText:
case scRConst:
/* Do not relocate relative values.
The value of a stEnd symbol is the displacement from the
corresponding start symbol value.
The value of a stBlock symbol is the displacement from the
procedure address. */
if (sh->st != stEnd && sh->st != stBlock)
sh->value += ANOFFSET (section_offsets, SECT_OFF_TEXT (objfile));
break;
case scData:
case scSData:
case scRData:
case scPData:
case scXData:
sh->value += ANOFFSET (section_offsets, SECT_OFF_DATA (objfile));
break;
case scBss:
case scSBss:
sh->value += ANOFFSET (section_offsets, SECT_OFF_BSS (objfile));
break;
}
switch (sh->st)
{
case stNil:
break;
case stGlobal: /* External symbol, goes into global block. */
b = BLOCKVECTOR_BLOCK (SYMTAB_BLOCKVECTOR (top_stack->cur_st),
GLOBAL_BLOCK);
s = new_symbol (name);
SYMBOL_VALUE_ADDRESS (s) = (CORE_ADDR) sh->value;
add_data_symbol (sh, ax, bigend, s, LOC_STATIC, b, objfile, name);
break;
case stStatic: /* Static data, goes into current block. */
b = top_stack->cur_block;
s = new_symbol (name);
if (SC_IS_COMMON (sh->sc))
{
/* It is a FORTRAN common block. At least for SGI Fortran the
address is not in the symbol; we need to fix it later in
scan_file_globals. */
int bucket = hashname (SYMBOL_LINKAGE_NAME (s));
SYMBOL_VALUE_CHAIN (s) = global_sym_chain[bucket];
global_sym_chain[bucket] = s;
}
else
SYMBOL_VALUE_ADDRESS (s) = (CORE_ADDR) sh->value;
add_data_symbol (sh, ax, bigend, s, LOC_STATIC, b, objfile, name);
break;
case stLocal: /* Local variable, goes into current block. */
b = top_stack->cur_block;
s = new_symbol (name);
SYMBOL_VALUE (s) = svalue;
if (sh->sc == scRegister)
add_data_symbol (sh, ax, bigend, s, mdebug_register_index,
b, objfile, name);
else
add_data_symbol (sh, ax, bigend, s, LOC_LOCAL,
b, objfile, name);
break;
case stParam: /* Arg to procedure, goes into current
block. */
max_gdbinfo++;
found_ecoff_debugging_info = 1;
top_stack->numargs++;
/* Special GNU C++ name. */
if (is_cplus_marker (name[0]) && name[1] == 't' && name[2] == 0)
name = "this"; /* FIXME, not alloc'd in obstack. */
s = new_symbol (name);
SYMBOL_DOMAIN (s) = VAR_DOMAIN;
SYMBOL_IS_ARGUMENT (s) = 1;
switch (sh->sc)
{
case scRegister:
/* Pass by value in register. */
SYMBOL_ACLASS_INDEX (s) = mdebug_register_index;
break;
case scVar:
/* Pass by reference on stack. */
SYMBOL_ACLASS_INDEX (s) = LOC_REF_ARG;
break;
case scVarRegister:
/* Pass by reference in register. */
SYMBOL_ACLASS_INDEX (s) = mdebug_regparm_index;
break;
default:
/* Pass by value on stack. */
SYMBOL_ACLASS_INDEX (s) = LOC_ARG;
break;
}
SYMBOL_VALUE (s) = svalue;
SYMBOL_TYPE (s) = parse_type (cur_fd, ax, sh->index, 0, bigend, name);
add_symbol (s, top_stack->cur_st, top_stack->cur_block);
break;
case stLabel: /* label, goes into current block. */
s = new_symbol (name);
SYMBOL_DOMAIN (s) = VAR_DOMAIN; /* So that it can be used */
SYMBOL_ACLASS_INDEX (s) = LOC_LABEL; /* but not misused. */
SYMBOL_VALUE_ADDRESS (s) = (CORE_ADDR) sh->value;
SYMBOL_TYPE (s) = objfile_type (objfile)->builtin_int;
add_symbol (s, top_stack->cur_st, top_stack->cur_block);
break;
case stProc: /* Procedure, usually goes into global block. */
case stStaticProc: /* Static procedure, goes into current block. */
/* For stProc symbol records, we need to check the storage class
as well, as only (stProc, scText) entries represent "real"
procedures - See the Compaq document titled "Object File /
Symbol Table Format Specification" for more information.
If the storage class is not scText, we discard the whole block
of symbol records for this stProc. */
if (sh->st == stProc && sh->sc != scText)
{
char *ext_tsym = ext_sh;
int keep_counting = 1;
SYMR tsym;
while (keep_counting)
{
ext_tsym += external_sym_size;
(*swap_sym_in) (cur_bfd, ext_tsym, &tsym);
count++;
switch (tsym.st)
{
case stParam:
break;
case stEnd:
keep_counting = 0;
break;
default:
complaint (&symfile_complaints,
_("unknown symbol type 0x%x"), sh->st);
break;
}
}
break;
}
s = new_symbol (name);
SYMBOL_DOMAIN (s) = VAR_DOMAIN;
SYMBOL_ACLASS_INDEX (s) = LOC_BLOCK;
/* Type of the return value. */
if (SC_IS_UNDEF (sh->sc) || sh->sc == scNil)
t = objfile_type (objfile)->builtin_int;
else
{
t = parse_type (cur_fd, ax, sh->index + 1, 0, bigend, name);
if (strcmp (name, "malloc") == 0
&& TYPE_CODE (t) == TYPE_CODE_VOID)
{
/* I don't know why, but, at least under Alpha GNU/Linux,
when linking against a malloc without debugging
symbols, its read as a function returning void---this
is bad because it means we cannot call functions with
string arguments interactively; i.e., "call
printf("howdy\n")" would fail with the error message
"program has no memory available". To avoid this, we
patch up the type and make it void*
instead. (davidm@azstarnet.com). */
t = make_pointer_type (t, NULL);
}
}
b = top_stack->cur_block;
if (sh->st == stProc)
{
const struct blockvector *bv
= SYMTAB_BLOCKVECTOR (top_stack->cur_st);
/* The next test should normally be true, but provides a
hook for nested functions (which we don't want to make
global). */
if (b == BLOCKVECTOR_BLOCK (bv, STATIC_BLOCK))
b = BLOCKVECTOR_BLOCK (bv, GLOBAL_BLOCK);
/* Irix 5 sometimes has duplicate names for the same
function. We want to add such names up at the global
level, not as a nested function. */
else if (sh->value == top_stack->procadr)
b = BLOCKVECTOR_BLOCK (bv, GLOBAL_BLOCK);
}
add_symbol (s, top_stack->cur_st, b);
/* Make a type for the procedure itself. */
SYMBOL_TYPE (s) = lookup_function_type (t);
/* All functions in C++ have prototypes. For C we don't have enough
information in the debug info. */
if (SYMBOL_LANGUAGE (s) == language_cplus)
TYPE_PROTOTYPED (SYMBOL_TYPE (s)) = 1;
/* Create and enter a new lexical context. */
b = new_block (FUNCTION_BLOCK);
SYMBOL_BLOCK_VALUE (s) = b;
BLOCK_FUNCTION (b) = s;
BLOCK_START (b) = BLOCK_END (b) = sh->value;
BLOCK_SUPERBLOCK (b) = top_stack->cur_block;
add_block (b, top_stack->cur_st);
/* Not if we only have partial info. */
if (SC_IS_UNDEF (sh->sc) || sh->sc == scNil)
break;
push_parse_stack ();
top_stack->cur_block = b;
top_stack->blocktype = sh->st;
top_stack->cur_type = SYMBOL_TYPE (s);
top_stack->cur_field = -1;
top_stack->procadr = sh->value;
top_stack->numargs = 0;
break;
/* Beginning of code for structure, union, and enum definitions.
They all share a common set of local variables, defined here. */
{
enum type_code type_code;
char *ext_tsym;
int nfields;
long max_value;
struct field *f;
case stStruct: /* Start a block defining a struct type. */
type_code = TYPE_CODE_STRUCT;
goto structured_common;
case stUnion: /* Start a block defining a union type. */
type_code = TYPE_CODE_UNION;
goto structured_common;
case stEnum: /* Start a block defining an enum type. */
type_code = TYPE_CODE_ENUM;
goto structured_common;
case stBlock: /* Either a lexical block, or some type. */
if (sh->sc != scInfo && !SC_IS_COMMON (sh->sc))
goto case_stBlock_code; /* Lexical block */
type_code = TYPE_CODE_UNDEF; /* We have a type. */
/* Common code for handling struct, union, enum, and/or as-yet-
unknown-type blocks of info about structured data. `type_code'
has been set to the proper TYPE_CODE, if we know it. */
structured_common:
found_ecoff_debugging_info = 1;
push_parse_stack ();
top_stack->blocktype = stBlock;
/* First count the number of fields and the highest value. */
nfields = 0;
max_value = 0;
for (ext_tsym = ext_sh + external_sym_size;
;
ext_tsym += external_sym_size)
{
SYMR tsym;
(*swap_sym_in) (cur_bfd, ext_tsym, &tsym);
switch (tsym.st)
{
case stEnd:
/* C++ encodes class types as structures where there the
methods are encoded as stProc. The scope of stProc
symbols also ends with stEnd, thus creating a risk of
taking the wrong stEnd symbol record as the end of
the current struct, which would cause GDB to undercount
the real number of fields in this struct. To make sure
we really reached the right stEnd symbol record, we
check the associated name, and match it against the
struct name. Since method names are mangled while
the class name is not, there is no risk of having a
method whose name is identical to the class name
(in particular constructor method names are different
from the class name). There is therefore no risk that
this check stops the count on the StEnd of a method.
Also, assume that we're really at the end when tsym.iss
is 0 (issNull). */
if (tsym.iss == issNull
|| strcmp (debug_info->ss + cur_fdr->issBase + tsym.iss,
name) == 0)
goto end_of_fields;
break;
case stMember:
if (nfields == 0 && type_code == TYPE_CODE_UNDEF)
{
/* If the type of the member is Nil (or Void),
without qualifiers, assume the tag is an
enumeration.
Alpha cc -migrate enums are recognized by a zero
index and a zero symbol value.
DU 4.0 cc enums are recognized by a member type of
btEnum without qualifiers and a zero symbol value. */
if (tsym.index == indexNil
|| (tsym.index == 0 && sh->value == 0))
type_code = TYPE_CODE_ENUM;
else
{
(*debug_swap->swap_tir_in) (bigend,
&ax[tsym.index].a_ti,
&tir);
if ((tir.bt == btNil || tir.bt == btVoid
|| (tir.bt == btEnum && sh->value == 0))
&& tir.tq0 == tqNil)
type_code = TYPE_CODE_ENUM;
}
}
nfields++;
if (tsym.value > max_value)
max_value = tsym.value;
break;
case stBlock:
case stUnion:
case stEnum:
case stStruct:
{
#if 0
/* This is a no-op; is it trying to tell us something
we should be checking? */
if (tsym.sc == scVariant); /*UNIMPLEMENTED */
#endif
if (tsym.index != 0)
{
/* This is something like a struct within a
struct. Skip over the fields of the inner
struct. The -1 is because the for loop will
increment ext_tsym. */
ext_tsym = ((char *) debug_info->external_sym
+ ((cur_fdr->isymBase + tsym.index - 1)
* external_sym_size));
}
}
break;
case stTypedef:
/* mips cc puts out a typedef for struct x if it is not yet
defined when it encounters
struct y { struct x *xp; };
Just ignore it. */
break;
case stIndirect:
/* Irix5 cc puts out a stIndirect for struct x if it is not
yet defined when it encounters
struct y { struct x *xp; };
Just ignore it. */
break;
default:
complaint (&symfile_complaints,
_("declaration block contains "
"unhandled symbol type %d"),
tsym.st);
}
}
end_of_fields:
/* In an stBlock, there is no way to distinguish structs,
unions, and enums at this point. This is a bug in the
original design (that has been fixed with the recent
addition of the stStruct, stUnion, and stEnum symbol
types.) The way you can tell is if/when you see a variable
or field of that type. In that case the variable's type
(in the AUX table) says if the type is struct, union, or
enum, and points back to the stBlock here. So you can
patch the tag kind up later - but only if there actually is
a variable or field of that type.
So until we know for sure, we will guess at this point.
The heuristic is:
If the first member has index==indexNil or a void type,
assume we have an enumeration.
Otherwise, if there is more than one member, and all
the members have offset 0, assume we have a union.
Otherwise, assume we have a struct.
The heuristic could guess wrong in the case of of an
enumeration with no members or a union with one (or zero)
members, or when all except the last field of a struct have
width zero. These are uncommon and/or illegal situations,
and in any case guessing wrong probably doesn't matter
much.
But if we later do find out we were wrong, we fixup the tag
kind. Members of an enumeration must be handled
differently from struct/union fields, and that is harder to
patch up, but luckily we shouldn't need to. (If there are
any enumeration members, we can tell for sure it's an enum
here.) */
if (type_code == TYPE_CODE_UNDEF)
{
if (nfields > 1 && max_value == 0)
type_code = TYPE_CODE_UNION;
else
type_code = TYPE_CODE_STRUCT;
}
/* Create a new type or use the pending type. */
pend = is_pending_symbol (cur_fdr, ext_sh);
if (pend == (struct mdebug_pending *) NULL)
{
t = new_type (NULL);
add_pending (cur_fdr, ext_sh, t);
}
else
t = pend->t;
/* Do not set the tag name if it is a compiler generated tag name
(.Fxx or .xxfake or empty) for unnamed struct/union/enums.
Alpha cc puts out an sh->iss of zero for those. */
if (sh->iss == 0 || name[0] == '.' || name[0] == '\0')
TYPE_TAG_NAME (t) = NULL;
else
TYPE_TAG_NAME (t) = obconcat (&mdebugread_objfile->objfile_obstack,
name, (char *) NULL);
TYPE_CODE (t) = type_code;
TYPE_LENGTH (t) = sh->value;
TYPE_NFIELDS (t) = nfields;
TYPE_FIELDS (t) = f = ((struct field *)
TYPE_ALLOC (t,
nfields * sizeof (struct field)));
if (type_code == TYPE_CODE_ENUM)
{
int unsigned_enum = 1;
/* This is a non-empty enum. */
/* DEC c89 has the number of enumerators in the sh.value field,
not the type length, so we have to compensate for that
incompatibility quirk.
This might do the wrong thing for an enum with one or two
enumerators and gcc -gcoff -fshort-enums, but these cases
are hopefully rare enough.
Alpha cc -migrate has a sh.value field of zero, we adjust
that too. */
if (TYPE_LENGTH (t) == TYPE_NFIELDS (t)
|| TYPE_LENGTH (t) == 0)
TYPE_LENGTH (t) = gdbarch_int_bit (gdbarch) / HOST_CHAR_BIT;
for (ext_tsym = ext_sh + external_sym_size;
;
ext_tsym += external_sym_size)
{
SYMR tsym;
struct symbol *enum_sym;
(*swap_sym_in) (cur_bfd, ext_tsym, &tsym);
if (tsym.st != stMember)
break;
SET_FIELD_ENUMVAL (*f, tsym.value);
FIELD_TYPE (*f) = t;
FIELD_NAME (*f) = debug_info->ss + cur_fdr->issBase + tsym.iss;
FIELD_BITSIZE (*f) = 0;
enum_sym = allocate_symbol (mdebugread_objfile);
SYMBOL_SET_LINKAGE_NAME
(enum_sym,
(char *) obstack_copy0 (&mdebugread_objfile->objfile_obstack,
f->name, strlen (f->name)));
SYMBOL_ACLASS_INDEX (enum_sym) = LOC_CONST;
SYMBOL_TYPE (enum_sym) = t;
SYMBOL_DOMAIN (enum_sym) = VAR_DOMAIN;
SYMBOL_VALUE (enum_sym) = tsym.value;
if (SYMBOL_VALUE (enum_sym) < 0)
unsigned_enum = 0;
add_symbol (enum_sym, top_stack->cur_st, top_stack->cur_block);
/* Skip the stMembers that we've handled. */
count++;
f++;
}
if (unsigned_enum)
TYPE_UNSIGNED (t) = 1;
}
/* Make this the current type. */
top_stack->cur_type = t;
top_stack->cur_field = 0;
/* Do not create a symbol for alpha cc unnamed structs. */
if (sh->iss == 0)
break;
/* gcc puts out an empty struct for an opaque struct definitions,
do not create a symbol for it either. */
if (TYPE_NFIELDS (t) == 0)
{
TYPE_STUB (t) = 1;
break;
}
s = new_symbol (name);
SYMBOL_DOMAIN (s) = STRUCT_DOMAIN;
SYMBOL_ACLASS_INDEX (s) = LOC_TYPEDEF;
SYMBOL_VALUE (s) = 0;
SYMBOL_TYPE (s) = t;
add_symbol (s, top_stack->cur_st, top_stack->cur_block);
break;
/* End of local variables shared by struct, union, enum, and
block (as yet unknown struct/union/enum) processing. */
}
case_stBlock_code:
found_ecoff_debugging_info = 1;
/* Beginnning of (code) block. Value of symbol
is the displacement from procedure start. */
push_parse_stack ();
/* Do not start a new block if this is the outermost block of a
procedure. This allows the LOC_BLOCK symbol to point to the
block with the local variables, so funcname::var works. */
if (top_stack->blocktype == stProc
|| top_stack->blocktype == stStaticProc)
{
top_stack->blocktype = stNil;
break;
}
top_stack->blocktype = stBlock;
b = new_block (NON_FUNCTION_BLOCK);
BLOCK_START (b) = sh->value + top_stack->procadr;
BLOCK_SUPERBLOCK (b) = top_stack->cur_block;
top_stack->cur_block = b;
add_block (b, top_stack->cur_st);
break;
case stEnd: /* end (of anything) */
if (sh->sc == scInfo || SC_IS_COMMON (sh->sc))
{
/* Finished with type */
top_stack->cur_type = 0;
}
else if (sh->sc == scText &&
(top_stack->blocktype == stProc ||
top_stack->blocktype == stStaticProc))
{
/* Finished with procedure */
const struct blockvector *bv
= SYMTAB_BLOCKVECTOR (top_stack->cur_st);
struct mdebug_extra_func_info *e;
struct block *b = top_stack->cur_block;
struct type *ftype = top_stack->cur_type;
int i;
BLOCK_END (top_stack->cur_block) += sh->value; /* size */
/* Make up special symbol to contain procedure specific info. */
s = new_symbol (MDEBUG_EFI_SYMBOL_NAME);
SYMBOL_DOMAIN (s) = LABEL_DOMAIN;
SYMBOL_ACLASS_INDEX (s) = LOC_CONST;
SYMBOL_TYPE (s) = objfile_type (mdebugread_objfile)->builtin_void;
e = ((struct mdebug_extra_func_info *)
obstack_alloc (&mdebugread_objfile->objfile_obstack,
sizeof (struct mdebug_extra_func_info)));
memset (e, 0, sizeof (struct mdebug_extra_func_info));
SYMBOL_VALUE_BYTES (s) = (gdb_byte *) e;
e->numargs = top_stack->numargs;
e->pdr.framereg = -1;
add_symbol (s, top_stack->cur_st, top_stack->cur_block);
/* f77 emits proc-level with address bounds==[0,0],
So look for such child blocks, and patch them. */
for (i = 0; i < BLOCKVECTOR_NBLOCKS (bv); i++)
{
struct block *b_bad = BLOCKVECTOR_BLOCK (bv, i);
if (BLOCK_SUPERBLOCK (b_bad) == b
&& BLOCK_START (b_bad) == top_stack->procadr
&& BLOCK_END (b_bad) == top_stack->procadr)
{
BLOCK_START (b_bad) = BLOCK_START (b);
BLOCK_END (b_bad) = BLOCK_END (b);
}
}
if (TYPE_NFIELDS (ftype) <= 0)
{
/* No parameter type information is recorded with the function's
type. Set that from the type of the parameter symbols. */
int nparams = top_stack->numargs;
int iparams;
struct symbol *sym;
if (nparams > 0)
{
struct block_iterator iter;
TYPE_NFIELDS (ftype) = nparams;
TYPE_FIELDS (ftype) = (struct field *)
TYPE_ALLOC (ftype, nparams * sizeof (struct field));
iparams = 0;
ALL_BLOCK_SYMBOLS (b, iter, sym)
{
if (iparams == nparams)
break;
if (SYMBOL_IS_ARGUMENT (sym))
{
TYPE_FIELD_TYPE (ftype, iparams) = SYMBOL_TYPE (sym);
TYPE_FIELD_ARTIFICIAL (ftype, iparams) = 0;
iparams++;
}
}
}
}
}
else if (sh->sc == scText && top_stack->blocktype == stBlock)
{
/* End of (code) block. The value of the symbol is the
displacement from the procedure`s start address of the
end of this block. */
BLOCK_END (top_stack->cur_block) = sh->value + top_stack->procadr;
}
else if (sh->sc == scText && top_stack->blocktype == stNil)
{
/* End of outermost block. Pop parse stack and ignore. The
following stEnd of stProc will take care of the block. */
;
}
else if (sh->sc == scText && top_stack->blocktype == stFile)
{
/* End of file. Pop parse stack and ignore. Higher
level code deals with this. */
;
}
else
complaint (&symfile_complaints,
_("stEnd with storage class %d not handled"), sh->sc);
pop_parse_stack (); /* Restore previous lexical context. */
break;
case stMember: /* member of struct or union */
f = &TYPE_FIELDS (top_stack->cur_type)[top_stack->cur_field++];
FIELD_NAME (*f) = name;
SET_FIELD_BITPOS (*f, sh->value);
bitsize = 0;
FIELD_TYPE (*f) = parse_type (cur_fd, ax, sh->index,
&bitsize, bigend, name);
FIELD_BITSIZE (*f) = bitsize;
break;
case stIndirect: /* forward declaration on Irix5 */
/* Forward declarations from Irix5 cc are handled by cross_ref,
skip them. */
break;
case stTypedef: /* type definition */
found_ecoff_debugging_info = 1;
/* Typedefs for forward declarations and opaque structs from alpha cc
are handled by cross_ref, skip them. */
if (sh->iss == 0)
break;
/* Parse the type or use the pending type. */
pend = is_pending_symbol (cur_fdr, ext_sh);
if (pend == (struct mdebug_pending *) NULL)
{
t = parse_type (cur_fd, ax, sh->index, (int *) NULL, bigend, name);
add_pending (cur_fdr, ext_sh, t);
}
else
t = pend->t;
/* Mips cc puts out a typedef with the name of the struct for forward
declarations. These should not go into the symbol table and
TYPE_NAME should not be set for them.
They can't be distinguished from an intentional typedef to
the same name however:
x.h:
struct x { int ix; int jx; };
struct xx;
x.c:
typedef struct x x;
struct xx {int ixx; int jxx; };
generates a cross referencing stTypedef for x and xx.
The user visible effect of this is that the type of a pointer
to struct foo sometimes is given as `foo *' instead of `struct foo *'.
The problem is fixed with alpha cc and Irix5 cc. */
/* However if the typedef cross references to an opaque aggregate, it
is safe to omit it from the symbol table. */
if (has_opaque_xref (cur_fdr, sh))
break;
s = new_symbol (name);
SYMBOL_DOMAIN (s) = VAR_DOMAIN;
SYMBOL_ACLASS_INDEX (s) = LOC_TYPEDEF;
SYMBOL_BLOCK_VALUE (s) = top_stack->cur_block;
SYMBOL_TYPE (s) = t;
add_symbol (s, top_stack->cur_st, top_stack->cur_block);
/* Incomplete definitions of structs should not get a name. */
if (TYPE_NAME (SYMBOL_TYPE (s)) == NULL
&& (TYPE_NFIELDS (SYMBOL_TYPE (s)) != 0
|| (TYPE_CODE (SYMBOL_TYPE (s)) != TYPE_CODE_STRUCT
&& TYPE_CODE (SYMBOL_TYPE (s)) != TYPE_CODE_UNION)))
{
if (TYPE_CODE (SYMBOL_TYPE (s)) == TYPE_CODE_PTR
|| TYPE_CODE (SYMBOL_TYPE (s)) == TYPE_CODE_FUNC)
{
/* If we are giving a name to a type such as "pointer to
foo" or "function returning foo", we better not set
the TYPE_NAME. If the program contains "typedef char
*caddr_t;", we don't want all variables of type char
* to print as caddr_t. This is not just a
consequence of GDB's type management; CC and GCC (at
least through version 2.4) both output variables of
either type char * or caddr_t with the type
refering to the stTypedef symbol for caddr_t. If a future
compiler cleans this up it GDB is not ready for it
yet, but if it becomes ready we somehow need to
disable this check (without breaking the PCC/GCC2.4
case).
Sigh.
Fortunately, this check seems not to be necessary
for anything except pointers or functions. */
}
else
TYPE_NAME (SYMBOL_TYPE (s)) = SYMBOL_LINKAGE_NAME (s);
}
break;
case stFile: /* file name */
push_parse_stack ();
top_stack->blocktype = sh->st;
break;
/* I`ve never seen these for C */
case stRegReloc:
break; /* register relocation */
case stForward:
break; /* forwarding address */
case stConstant:
break; /* constant */
default:
complaint (&symfile_complaints, _("unknown symbol type 0x%x"), sh->st);
break;
}
return count;
}
/* Basic types. */
static const struct objfile_data *basic_type_data;
static struct type *
basic_type (int bt, struct objfile *objfile)
{
struct gdbarch *gdbarch = get_objfile_arch (objfile);
struct type **map_bt
= (struct type **) objfile_data (objfile, basic_type_data);
struct type *tp;
if (bt >= btMax)
return NULL;
if (!map_bt)
{
map_bt = OBSTACK_CALLOC (&objfile->objfile_obstack,
btMax, struct type *);
set_objfile_data (objfile, basic_type_data, map_bt);
}
if (map_bt[bt])
return map_bt[bt];
switch (bt)
{
case btNil:
tp = objfile_type (objfile)->builtin_void;
break;
case btAdr:
tp = init_type (TYPE_CODE_PTR, 4, TYPE_FLAG_UNSIGNED,
"adr_32", objfile);
TYPE_TARGET_TYPE (tp) = objfile_type (objfile)->builtin_void;
break;
case btChar:
tp = init_type (TYPE_CODE_INT, 1, 0,
"char", objfile);
break;
case btUChar:
tp = init_type (TYPE_CODE_INT, 1, TYPE_FLAG_UNSIGNED,
"unsigned char", objfile);
break;
case btShort:
tp = init_type (TYPE_CODE_INT, 2, 0,
"short", objfile);
break;
case btUShort:
tp = init_type (TYPE_CODE_INT, 2, TYPE_FLAG_UNSIGNED,
"unsigned short", objfile);
break;
case btInt:
tp = init_type (TYPE_CODE_INT, 4, 0,
"int", objfile);
break;
case btUInt:
tp = init_type (TYPE_CODE_INT, 4, TYPE_FLAG_UNSIGNED,
"unsigned int", objfile);
break;
case btLong:
tp = init_type (TYPE_CODE_INT, 4, 0,
"long", objfile);
break;
case btULong:
tp = init_type (TYPE_CODE_INT, 4, TYPE_FLAG_UNSIGNED,
"unsigned long", objfile);
break;
case btFloat:
tp = init_type (TYPE_CODE_FLT,
gdbarch_float_bit (gdbarch) / TARGET_CHAR_BIT, 0,
"float", objfile);
break;
case btDouble:
tp = init_type (TYPE_CODE_FLT,
gdbarch_double_bit (gdbarch) / TARGET_CHAR_BIT, 0,
"double", objfile);
break;
case btComplex:
tp = init_type (TYPE_CODE_COMPLEX,
2 * gdbarch_float_bit (gdbarch) / TARGET_CHAR_BIT, 0,
"complex", objfile);
TYPE_TARGET_TYPE (tp) = basic_type (btFloat, objfile);
break;
case btDComplex:
tp = init_type (TYPE_CODE_COMPLEX,
2 * gdbarch_double_bit (gdbarch) / TARGET_CHAR_BIT, 0,
"double complex", objfile);
TYPE_TARGET_TYPE (tp) = basic_type (btDouble, objfile);
break;
case btFixedDec:
/* We use TYPE_CODE_INT to print these as integers. Does this do any
good? Would we be better off with TYPE_CODE_ERROR? Should
TYPE_CODE_ERROR print things in hex if it knows the size? */
tp = init_type (TYPE_CODE_INT,
gdbarch_int_bit (gdbarch) / TARGET_CHAR_BIT, 0,
"fixed decimal", objfile);
break;
case btFloatDec:
tp = init_type (TYPE_CODE_ERROR,
gdbarch_double_bit (gdbarch) / TARGET_CHAR_BIT, 0,
"floating decimal", objfile);
break;
case btString:
/* Is a "string" the way btString means it the same as TYPE_CODE_STRING?
FIXME. */
tp = init_type (TYPE_CODE_STRING, 1, 0,
"string", objfile);
break;
case btVoid:
tp = objfile_type (objfile)->builtin_void;
break;
case btLong64:
tp = init_type (TYPE_CODE_INT, 8, 0,
"long", objfile);
break;
case btULong64:
tp = init_type (TYPE_CODE_INT, 8, TYPE_FLAG_UNSIGNED,
"unsigned long", objfile);
break;
case btLongLong64:
tp = init_type (TYPE_CODE_INT, 8, 0,
"long long", objfile);
break;
case btULongLong64:
tp = init_type (TYPE_CODE_INT, 8, TYPE_FLAG_UNSIGNED,
"unsigned long long", objfile);
break;
case btAdr64:
tp = init_type (TYPE_CODE_PTR, 8, TYPE_FLAG_UNSIGNED,
"adr_64", objfile);
TYPE_TARGET_TYPE (tp) = objfile_type (objfile)->builtin_void;
break;
case btInt64:
tp = init_type (TYPE_CODE_INT, 8, 0,
"int", objfile);
break;
case btUInt64:
tp = init_type (TYPE_CODE_INT, 8, TYPE_FLAG_UNSIGNED,
"unsigned int", objfile);
break;
default:
tp = NULL;
break;
}
map_bt[bt] = tp;
return tp;
}
/* Parse the type information provided in the raw AX entries for
the symbol SH. Return the bitfield size in BS, in case.
We must byte-swap the AX entries before we use them; BIGEND says whether
they are big-endian or little-endian (from fh->fBigendian). */
static struct type *
parse_type (int fd, union aux_ext *ax, unsigned int aux_index, int *bs,
int bigend, char *sym_name)
{
TIR t[1];
struct type *tp = 0;
enum type_code type_code = TYPE_CODE_UNDEF;
/* Handle undefined types, they have indexNil. */
if (aux_index == indexNil)
return basic_type (btInt, mdebugread_objfile);
/* Handle corrupt aux indices. */
if (aux_index >= (debug_info->fdr + fd)->caux)
{
index_complaint (sym_name);
return basic_type (btInt, mdebugread_objfile);
}
ax += aux_index;
/* Use aux as a type information record, map its basic type. */
(*debug_swap->swap_tir_in) (bigend, &ax->a_ti, t);
tp = basic_type (t->bt, mdebugread_objfile);
if (tp == NULL)
{
/* Cannot use builtin types -- build our own. */
switch (t->bt)
{
case btStruct:
type_code = TYPE_CODE_STRUCT;
break;
case btUnion:
type_code = TYPE_CODE_UNION;
break;
case btEnum:
type_code = TYPE_CODE_ENUM;
break;
case btRange:
type_code = TYPE_CODE_RANGE;
break;
case btSet:
type_code = TYPE_CODE_SET;
break;
case btIndirect:
/* alpha cc -migrate uses this for typedefs. The true type will
be obtained by crossreferencing below. */
type_code = TYPE_CODE_ERROR;
break;
case btTypedef:
/* alpha cc uses this for typedefs. The true type will be
obtained by crossreferencing below. */
type_code = TYPE_CODE_ERROR;
break;
default:
basic_type_complaint (t->bt, sym_name);
return basic_type (btInt, mdebugread_objfile);
}
}
/* Move on to next aux. */
ax++;
if (t->fBitfield)
{
int width = AUX_GET_WIDTH (bigend, ax);
/* Inhibit core dumps if TIR is corrupted. */
if (bs == (int *) NULL)
{
/* Alpha cc -migrate encodes char and unsigned char types
as short and unsigned short types with a field width of 8.
Enum types also have a field width which we ignore for now. */
if (t->bt == btShort && width == 8)
tp = basic_type (btChar, mdebugread_objfile);
else if (t->bt == btUShort && width == 8)
tp = basic_type (btUChar, mdebugread_objfile);
else if (t->bt == btEnum)
;
else
complaint (&symfile_complaints,
_("can't handle TIR fBitfield for %s"),
sym_name);
}
else
*bs = width;
ax++;
}
/* A btIndirect entry cross references to an aux entry containing
the type. */
if (t->bt == btIndirect)
{
RNDXR rn[1];
int rf;
FDR *xref_fh;
int xref_fd;
(*debug_swap->swap_rndx_in) (bigend, &ax->a_rndx, rn);
ax++;
if (rn->rfd == 0xfff)
{
rf = AUX_GET_ISYM (bigend, ax);
ax++;
}
else
rf = rn->rfd;
if (rf == -1)
{
complaint (&symfile_complaints,
_("unable to cross ref btIndirect for %s"), sym_name);
return basic_type (btInt, mdebugread_objfile);
}
xref_fh = get_rfd (fd, rf);
xref_fd = xref_fh - debug_info->fdr;
tp = parse_type (xref_fd, debug_info->external_aux + xref_fh->iauxBase,
rn->index, (int *) NULL, xref_fh->fBigendian, sym_name);
}
/* All these types really point to some (common) MIPS type
definition, and only the type-qualifiers fully identify
them. We'll make the same effort at sharing. */
if (t->bt == btStruct ||
t->bt == btUnion ||
t->bt == btEnum ||
/* btSet (I think) implies that the name is a tag name, not a typedef
name. This apparently is a MIPS extension for C sets. */
t->bt == btSet)
{
char *name;
/* Try to cross reference this type, build new type on failure. */
ax += cross_ref (fd, ax, &tp, type_code, &name, bigend, sym_name);
if (tp == (struct type *) NULL)
tp = init_type (type_code, 0, 0, (char *) NULL, mdebugread_objfile);
/* DEC c89 produces cross references to qualified aggregate types,
dereference them. */
while (TYPE_CODE (tp) == TYPE_CODE_PTR
|| TYPE_CODE (tp) == TYPE_CODE_ARRAY)
tp = TYPE_TARGET_TYPE (tp);
/* Make sure that TYPE_CODE(tp) has an expected type code.
Any type may be returned from cross_ref if file indirect entries
are corrupted. */
if (TYPE_CODE (tp) != TYPE_CODE_STRUCT
&& TYPE_CODE (tp) != TYPE_CODE_UNION
&& TYPE_CODE (tp) != TYPE_CODE_ENUM)
{
unexpected_type_code_complaint (sym_name);
}
else
{
/* Usually, TYPE_CODE(tp) is already type_code. The main
exception is if we guessed wrong re struct/union/enum.
But for struct vs. union a wrong guess is harmless, so
don't complain(). */
if ((TYPE_CODE (tp) == TYPE_CODE_ENUM
&& type_code != TYPE_CODE_ENUM)
|| (TYPE_CODE (tp) != TYPE_CODE_ENUM
&& type_code == TYPE_CODE_ENUM))
{
bad_tag_guess_complaint (sym_name);
}
if (TYPE_CODE (tp) != type_code)
{
TYPE_CODE (tp) = type_code;
}
/* Do not set the tag name if it is a compiler generated tag name
(.Fxx or .xxfake or empty) for unnamed struct/union/enums. */
if (name[0] == '.' || name[0] == '\0')
TYPE_TAG_NAME (tp) = NULL;
else if (TYPE_TAG_NAME (tp) == NULL
|| strcmp (TYPE_TAG_NAME (tp), name) != 0)
TYPE_TAG_NAME (tp)
= ((const char *)
obstack_copy0 (&mdebugread_objfile->objfile_obstack,
name, strlen (name)));
}
}
/* All these types really point to some (common) MIPS type
definition, and only the type-qualifiers fully identify
them. We'll make the same effort at sharing.
FIXME: We are not doing any guessing on range types. */
if (t->bt == btRange)
{
char *name;
/* Try to cross reference this type, build new type on failure. */
ax += cross_ref (fd, ax, &tp, type_code, &name, bigend, sym_name);
if (tp == (struct type *) NULL)
tp = init_type (type_code, 0, 0, (char *) NULL, mdebugread_objfile);
/* Make sure that TYPE_CODE(tp) has an expected type code.
Any type may be returned from cross_ref if file indirect entries
are corrupted. */
if (TYPE_CODE (tp) != TYPE_CODE_RANGE)
{
unexpected_type_code_complaint (sym_name);
}
else
{
/* Usually, TYPE_CODE(tp) is already type_code. The main
exception is if we guessed wrong re struct/union/enum. */
if (TYPE_CODE (tp) != type_code)
{
bad_tag_guess_complaint (sym_name);
TYPE_CODE (tp) = type_code;
}
if (TYPE_NAME (tp) == NULL
|| strcmp (TYPE_NAME (tp), name) != 0)
TYPE_NAME (tp)
= ((const char *)
obstack_copy0 (&mdebugread_objfile->objfile_obstack,
name, strlen (name)));
}
}
if (t->bt == btTypedef)
{
char *name;
/* Try to cross reference this type, it should succeed. */
ax += cross_ref (fd, ax, &tp, type_code, &name, bigend, sym_name);
if (tp == (struct type *) NULL)
{
complaint (&symfile_complaints,
_("unable to cross ref btTypedef for %s"), sym_name);
tp = basic_type (btInt, mdebugread_objfile);
}
}
/* Deal with range types. */
if (t->bt == btRange)
{
TYPE_NFIELDS (tp) = 0;
TYPE_RANGE_DATA (tp) = ((struct range_bounds *)
TYPE_ZALLOC (tp, sizeof (struct range_bounds)));
TYPE_LOW_BOUND (tp) = AUX_GET_DNLOW (bigend, ax);
ax++;
TYPE_HIGH_BOUND (tp) = AUX_GET_DNHIGH (bigend, ax);
ax++;
}
/* Parse all the type qualifiers now. If there are more
than 6 the game will continue in the next aux. */
while (1)
{
#define PARSE_TQ(tq) \
if (t->tq != tqNil) \
ax += upgrade_type(fd, &tp, t->tq, ax, bigend, sym_name); \
else \
break;
PARSE_TQ (tq0);
PARSE_TQ (tq1);
PARSE_TQ (tq2);
PARSE_TQ (tq3);
PARSE_TQ (tq4);
PARSE_TQ (tq5);
#undef PARSE_TQ
/* mips cc 2.x and gcc never put out continued aux entries. */
if (!t->continued)
break;
(*debug_swap->swap_tir_in) (bigend, &ax->a_ti, t);
ax++;
}
/* Complain for illegal continuations due to corrupt aux entries. */
if (t->continued)
complaint (&symfile_complaints,
_("illegal TIR continued for %s"), sym_name);
return tp;
}
/* Make up a complex type from a basic one. Type is passed by
reference in TPP and side-effected as necessary. The type
qualifier TQ says how to handle the aux symbols at AX for
the symbol SX we are currently analyzing. BIGEND says whether
aux symbols are big-endian or little-endian.
Returns the number of aux symbols we parsed. */
static int
upgrade_type (int fd, struct type **tpp, int tq, union aux_ext *ax, int bigend,
char *sym_name)
{
int off;
struct type *t;
/* Used in array processing. */
int rf, id;
FDR *fh;
struct type *range;
struct type *indx;
int lower, upper;
RNDXR rndx;
switch (tq)
{
case tqPtr:
t = lookup_pointer_type (*tpp);
*tpp = t;
return 0;
case tqProc:
t = lookup_function_type (*tpp);
*tpp = t;
return 0;
case tqArray:
off = 0;
/* Determine and record the domain type (type of index). */
(*debug_swap->swap_rndx_in) (bigend, &ax->a_rndx, &rndx);
id = rndx.index;
rf = rndx.rfd;
if (rf == 0xfff)
{
ax++;
rf = AUX_GET_ISYM (bigend, ax);
off++;
}
fh = get_rfd (fd, rf);
indx = parse_type (fh - debug_info->fdr,
debug_info->external_aux + fh->iauxBase,
id, (int *) NULL, bigend, sym_name);
/* The bounds type should be an integer type, but might be anything
else due to corrupt aux entries. */
if (TYPE_CODE (indx) != TYPE_CODE_INT)
{
complaint (&symfile_complaints,
_("illegal array index type for %s, assuming int"),
sym_name);
indx = objfile_type (mdebugread_objfile)->builtin_int;
}
/* Get the bounds, and create the array type. */
ax++;
lower = AUX_GET_DNLOW (bigend, ax);
ax++;
upper = AUX_GET_DNHIGH (bigend, ax);
ax++;
rf = AUX_GET_WIDTH (bigend, ax); /* bit size of array element */
range = create_static_range_type ((struct type *) NULL, indx,
lower, upper);
t = create_array_type ((struct type *) NULL, *tpp, range);
/* We used to fill in the supplied array element bitsize
here if the TYPE_LENGTH of the target type was zero.
This happens for a `pointer to an array of anonymous structs',
but in this case the array element bitsize is also zero,
so nothing is gained.
And we used to check the TYPE_LENGTH of the target type against
the supplied array element bitsize.
gcc causes a mismatch for `pointer to array of object',
since the sdb directives it uses do not have a way of
specifying the bitsize, but it does no harm (the
TYPE_LENGTH should be correct) and we should be able to
ignore the erroneous bitsize from the auxiliary entry safely.
dbx seems to ignore it too. */
/* TYPE_TARGET_STUB now takes care of the zero TYPE_LENGTH problem. */
if (TYPE_LENGTH (*tpp) == 0)
TYPE_TARGET_STUB (t) = 1;
*tpp = t;
return 4 + off;
case tqVol:
/* Volatile -- currently ignored */
return 0;
case tqConst:
/* Const -- currently ignored */
return 0;
default:
complaint (&symfile_complaints, _("unknown type qualifier 0x%x"), tq);
return 0;
}
}
/* Parse a procedure descriptor record PR. Note that the procedure is
parsed _after_ the local symbols, now we just insert the extra
information we need into a MDEBUG_EFI_SYMBOL_NAME symbol that has
already been placed in the procedure's main block. Note also that
images that have been partially stripped (ld -x) have been deprived
of local symbols, and we have to cope with them here. FIRST_OFF is
the offset of the first procedure for this FDR; we adjust the
address by this amount, but I don't know why. SEARCH_SYMTAB is the symtab
to look for the function which contains the MDEBUG_EFI_SYMBOL_NAME symbol
in question, or NULL to use top_stack->cur_block. */
static void
parse_procedure (PDR *pr, struct compunit_symtab *search_symtab,
struct partial_symtab *pst)
{
struct symbol *s, *i;
const struct block *b;
char *sh_name;
/* Simple rule to find files linked "-x". */
if (cur_fdr->rss == -1)
{
if (pr->isym == -1)
{
/* Static procedure at address pr->adr. Sigh. */
/* FIXME-32x64. assuming pr->adr fits in long. */
complaint (&symfile_complaints,
_("can't handle PDR for static proc at 0x%lx"),
(unsigned long) pr->adr);
return;
}
else
{
/* external */
EXTR she;
(*debug_swap->swap_ext_in) (cur_bfd,
((char *) debug_info->external_ext
+ (pr->isym
* debug_swap->external_ext_size)),
&she);
sh_name = debug_info->ssext + she.asym.iss;
}
}
else
{
/* Full symbols */
SYMR sh;
(*debug_swap->swap_sym_in) (cur_bfd,
((char *) debug_info->external_sym
+ ((cur_fdr->isymBase + pr->isym)
* debug_swap->external_sym_size)),
&sh);
sh_name = debug_info->ss + cur_fdr->issBase + sh.iss;
}
if (search_symtab != NULL)
{
#if 0
/* This loses both in the case mentioned (want a static, find a global),
but also if we are looking up a non-mangled name which happens to
match the name of a mangled function. */
/* We have to save the cur_fdr across the call to lookup_symbol.
If the pdr is for a static function and if a global function with
the same name exists, lookup_symbol will eventually read in the symtab
for the global function and clobber cur_fdr. */
FDR *save_cur_fdr = cur_fdr;
s = lookup_symbol (sh_name, NULL, VAR_DOMAIN, 0);
cur_fdr = save_cur_fdr;
#else
s = mylookup_symbol
(sh_name,
BLOCKVECTOR_BLOCK (COMPUNIT_BLOCKVECTOR (search_symtab),
STATIC_BLOCK),
VAR_DOMAIN,
LOC_BLOCK);
#endif
}
else
s = mylookup_symbol (sh_name, top_stack->cur_block,
VAR_DOMAIN, LOC_BLOCK);
if (s != 0)
{
b = SYMBOL_BLOCK_VALUE (s);
}
else
{
complaint (&symfile_complaints, _("PDR for %s, but no symbol"), sh_name);
#if 1
return;
#else
/* FIXME -- delete. We can't do symbol allocation now; it's all done. */
s = new_symbol (sh_name);
SYMBOL_DOMAIN (s) = VAR_DOMAIN;
SYMBOL_CLASS (s) = LOC_BLOCK;
/* Donno its type, hope int is ok. */
SYMBOL_TYPE (s)
= lookup_function_type (objfile_type (pst->objfile)->builtin_int);
add_symbol (s, top_stack->cur_st, top_stack->cur_block);
/* Won't have symbols for this one. */
b = new_block (2);
SYMBOL_BLOCK_VALUE (s) = b;
BLOCK_FUNCTION (b) = s;
BLOCK_START (b) = pr->adr;
/* BOUND used to be the end of procedure's text, but the
argument is no longer passed in. */
BLOCK_END (b) = bound;
BLOCK_SUPERBLOCK (b) = top_stack->cur_block;
add_block (b, top_stack->cur_st);
#endif
}
i = mylookup_symbol (MDEBUG_EFI_SYMBOL_NAME, b, LABEL_DOMAIN, LOC_CONST);
if (i)
{
struct mdebug_extra_func_info *e;
e = (struct mdebug_extra_func_info *) SYMBOL_VALUE_BYTES (i);
e->pdr = *pr;
/* GDB expects the absolute function start address for the
procedure descriptor in e->pdr.adr.
As the address in the procedure descriptor is usually relative,
we would have to relocate e->pdr.adr with cur_fdr->adr and
ANOFFSET (pst->section_offsets, SECT_OFF_TEXT (pst->objfile)).
Unfortunately cur_fdr->adr and e->pdr.adr are both absolute
in shared libraries on some systems, and on other systems
e->pdr.adr is sometimes offset by a bogus value.
To work around these problems, we replace e->pdr.adr with
the start address of the function. */
e->pdr.adr = BLOCK_START (b);
}
/* It would be reasonable that functions that have been compiled
without debugging info have a btNil type for their return value,
and functions that are void and are compiled with debugging info
have btVoid.
gcc and DEC f77 put out btNil types for both cases, so btNil is mapped
to TYPE_CODE_VOID in parse_type to get the `compiled with debugging info'
case right.
The glevel field in cur_fdr could be used to determine the presence
of debugging info, but GCC doesn't always pass the -g switch settings
to the assembler and GAS doesn't set the glevel field from the -g switch
settings.
To work around these problems, the return value type of a TYPE_CODE_VOID
function is adjusted accordingly if no debugging info was found in the
compilation unit. */
if (processing_gcc_compilation == 0
&& found_ecoff_debugging_info == 0
&& TYPE_CODE (TYPE_TARGET_TYPE (SYMBOL_TYPE (s))) == TYPE_CODE_VOID)
SYMBOL_TYPE (s) = objfile_type (mdebugread_objfile)->nodebug_text_symbol;
}
/* Parse the external symbol ES. Just call parse_symbol() after
making sure we know where the aux are for it.
BIGEND says whether aux entries are big-endian or little-endian.
This routine clobbers top_stack->cur_block and ->cur_st. */
static void parse_external (EXTR *, int, struct section_offsets *,
struct objfile *);
static void
parse_external (EXTR *es, int bigend, struct section_offsets *section_offsets,
struct objfile *objfile)
{
union aux_ext *ax;
if (es->ifd != ifdNil)
{
cur_fd = es->ifd;
cur_fdr = debug_info->fdr + cur_fd;
ax = debug_info->external_aux + cur_fdr->iauxBase;
}
else
{
cur_fdr = debug_info->fdr;
ax = 0;
}
/* Reading .o files */
if (SC_IS_UNDEF (es->asym.sc) || es->asym.sc == scNil)
{
char *what;
switch (es->asym.st)
{
case stNil:
/* These are generated for static symbols in .o files,
ignore them. */
return;
case stStaticProc:
case stProc:
what = "procedure";
n_undef_procs++;
break;
case stGlobal:
what = "variable";
n_undef_vars++;
break;
case stLabel:
what = "label";
n_undef_labels++;
break;
default:
what = "symbol";
break;
}
n_undef_symbols++;
/* FIXME: Turn this into a complaint? */
if (info_verbose)
printf_filtered (_("Warning: %s `%s' is undefined (in %s)\n"),
what, debug_info->ssext + es->asym.iss,
fdr_name (cur_fdr));
return;
}
switch (es->asym.st)
{
case stProc:
case stStaticProc:
/* There is no need to parse the external procedure symbols.
If they are from objects compiled without -g, their index will
be indexNil, and the symbol definition from the minimal symbol
is preferrable (yielding a function returning int instead of int).
If the index points to a local procedure symbol, the local
symbol already provides the correct type.
Note that the index of the external procedure symbol points
to the local procedure symbol in the local symbol table, and
_not_ to the auxiliary symbol info. */
break;
case stGlobal:
case stLabel:
/* Global common symbols are resolved by the runtime loader,
ignore them. */
if (SC_IS_COMMON (es->asym.sc))
break;
/* Note that the case of a symbol with indexNil must be handled
anyways by parse_symbol(). */
parse_symbol (&es->asym, ax, (char *) NULL,
bigend, section_offsets, objfile);
break;
default:
break;
}
}
/* Parse the line number info for file descriptor FH into
GDB's linetable LT. MIPS' encoding requires a little bit
of magic to get things out. Note also that MIPS' line
numbers can go back and forth, apparently we can live
with that and do not need to reorder our linetables. */
static void parse_lines (FDR *, PDR *, struct linetable *, int,
struct partial_symtab *, CORE_ADDR);
static void
parse_lines (FDR *fh, PDR *pr, struct linetable *lt, int maxlines,
struct partial_symtab *pst, CORE_ADDR lowest_pdr_addr)
{
unsigned char *base;
int j, k;
int delta, count, lineno = 0;
if (fh->cbLine == 0)
return;
/* Scan by procedure descriptors. */
k = 0;
for (j = 0; j < fh->cpd; j++, pr++)
{
CORE_ADDR l;
CORE_ADDR adr;
unsigned char *halt;
/* No code for this one. */
if (pr->iline == ilineNil ||
pr->lnLow == -1 || pr->lnHigh == -1)
continue;
/* Determine start and end address of compressed line bytes for
this procedure. */
base = debug_info->line + fh->cbLineOffset;
if (j != (fh->cpd - 1))
halt = base + pr[1].cbLineOffset;
else
halt = base + fh->cbLine;
base += pr->cbLineOffset;
adr = pst->textlow + pr->adr - lowest_pdr_addr;
l = adr >> 2; /* in words */
for (lineno = pr->lnLow; base < halt;)
{
count = *base & 0x0f;
delta = *base++ >> 4;
if (delta >= 8)
delta -= 16;
if (delta == -8)
{
delta = (base[0] << 8) | base[1];
if (delta >= 0x8000)
delta -= 0x10000;
base += 2;
}
lineno += delta; /* first delta is 0 */
/* Complain if the line table overflows. Could happen
with corrupt binaries. */
if (lt->nitems >= maxlines)
{
complaint (&symfile_complaints,
_("guessed size of linetable for %s incorrectly"),
fdr_name (fh));
break;
}
k = add_line (lt, lineno, l, k);
l += count + 1;
}
}
}
static void
function_outside_compilation_unit_complaint (const char *arg1)
{
complaint (&symfile_complaints,
_("function `%s' appears to be defined "
"outside of all compilation units"),
arg1);
}
/* Use the STORAGE_CLASS to compute which section the given symbol
belongs to, and then records this new minimal symbol. */
static void
record_minimal_symbol (const char *name, const CORE_ADDR address,
enum minimal_symbol_type ms_type, int storage_class,
struct objfile *objfile)
{
int section;
switch (storage_class)
{
case scText:
section = SECT_OFF_TEXT (objfile);
break;
case scData:
section = SECT_OFF_DATA (objfile);
break;
case scBss:
section = SECT_OFF_BSS (objfile);
break;
case scSData:
section = get_section_index (objfile, ".sdata");
break;
case scSBss:
section = get_section_index (objfile, ".sbss");
break;
case scRData:
section = get_section_index (objfile, ".rdata");
break;
case scInit:
section = get_section_index (objfile, ".init");
break;
case scXData:
section = get_section_index (objfile, ".xdata");
break;
case scPData:
section = get_section_index (objfile, ".pdata");
break;
case scFini:
section = get_section_index (objfile, ".fini");
break;
case scRConst:
section = get_section_index (objfile, ".rconst");
break;
#ifdef scTlsData
case scTlsData:
section = get_section_index (objfile, ".tlsdata");
break;
#endif
#ifdef scTlsBss
case scTlsBss:
section = get_section_index (objfile, ".tlsbss");
break;
#endif
default:
/* This kind of symbol is not associated to a section. */
section = -1;
}
prim_record_minimal_symbol_and_info (name, address, ms_type,
section, objfile);
}
/* Master parsing procedure for first-pass reading of file symbols
into a partial_symtab. */
static void
parse_partial_symbols (struct objfile *objfile)
{
struct gdbarch *gdbarch = get_objfile_arch (objfile);
const bfd_size_type external_sym_size = debug_swap->external_sym_size;
const bfd_size_type external_rfd_size = debug_swap->external_rfd_size;
const bfd_size_type external_ext_size = debug_swap->external_ext_size;
void (*const swap_ext_in) (bfd *, void *, EXTR *) = debug_swap->swap_ext_in;
void (*const swap_sym_in) (bfd *, void *, SYMR *) = debug_swap->swap_sym_in;
void (*const swap_rfd_in) (bfd *, void *, RFDT *) = debug_swap->swap_rfd_in;
int f_idx, s_idx;
HDRR *hdr = &debug_info->symbolic_header;
/* Running pointers */
FDR *fh;
char *ext_out;
char *ext_out_end;
EXTR *ext_block;
EXTR *ext_in;
EXTR *ext_in_end;
SYMR sh;
struct partial_symtab *pst;
int textlow_not_set = 1;
int past_first_source_file = 0;
/* List of current psymtab's include files. */
const char **psymtab_include_list;
int includes_allocated;
int includes_used;
EXTR *extern_tab;
struct pst_map *fdr_to_pst;
/* Index within current psymtab dependency list. */
struct partial_symtab **dependency_list;
int dependencies_used, dependencies_allocated;
struct cleanup *old_chain;
char *name;
enum language prev_language;
asection *text_sect;
int relocatable = 0;
/* Irix 5.2 shared libraries have a fh->adr field of zero, but
the shared libraries are prelinked at a high memory address.
We have to adjust the start address of the object file for this case,
by setting it to the start address of the first procedure in the file.
But we should do no adjustments if we are debugging a .o file, where
the text section (and fh->adr) really starts at zero. */
text_sect = bfd_get_section_by_name (cur_bfd, ".text");
if (text_sect != NULL
&& (bfd_get_section_flags (cur_bfd, text_sect) & SEC_RELOC))
relocatable = 1;
extern_tab = (EXTR *) obstack_alloc (&objfile->objfile_obstack,
sizeof (EXTR) * hdr->iextMax);
includes_allocated = 30;
includes_used = 0;
psymtab_include_list = (const char **) alloca (includes_allocated *
sizeof (const char *));
next_symbol_text_func = mdebug_next_symbol_text;
dependencies_allocated = 30;
dependencies_used = 0;
dependency_list =
(struct partial_symtab **) alloca (dependencies_allocated *
sizeof (struct partial_symtab *));
set_last_source_file (NULL);
/*
* Big plan:
*
* Only parse the Local and External symbols, and the Relative FDR.
* Fixup enough of the loader symtab to be able to use it.
* Allocate space only for the file's portions we need to
* look at. (XXX)
*/
max_gdbinfo = 0;
max_glevel = MIN_GLEVEL;
/* Allocate the map FDR -> PST.
Minor hack: -O3 images might claim some global data belongs
to FDR -1. We`ll go along with that. */
fdr_to_pst = XCNEWVEC (struct pst_map, hdr->ifdMax + 1);
old_chain = make_cleanup (xfree, fdr_to_pst);
fdr_to_pst++;
{
struct partial_symtab *pst = new_psymtab ("", objfile);
fdr_to_pst[-1].pst = pst;
FDR_IDX (pst) = -1;
}
/* Allocate the global pending list. */
pending_list =
((struct mdebug_pending **)
obstack_alloc (&objfile->objfile_obstack,
hdr->ifdMax * sizeof (struct mdebug_pending *)));
memset (pending_list, 0,
hdr->ifdMax * sizeof (struct mdebug_pending *));
/* Pass 0 over external syms: swap them in. */
ext_block = XNEWVEC (EXTR, hdr->iextMax);
make_cleanup (xfree, ext_block);
ext_out = (char *) debug_info->external_ext;
ext_out_end = ext_out + hdr->iextMax * external_ext_size;
ext_in = ext_block;
for (; ext_out < ext_out_end; ext_out += external_ext_size, ext_in++)
(*swap_ext_in) (cur_bfd, ext_out, ext_in);
/* Pass 1 over external syms: Presize and partition the list. */
ext_in = ext_block;
ext_in_end = ext_in + hdr->iextMax;
for (; ext_in < ext_in_end; ext_in++)
{
/* See calls to complain below. */
if (ext_in->ifd >= -1
&& ext_in->ifd < hdr->ifdMax
&& ext_in->asym.iss >= 0
&& ext_in->asym.iss < hdr->issExtMax)
fdr_to_pst[ext_in->ifd].n_globals++;
}
/* Pass 1.5 over files: partition out global symbol space. */
s_idx = 0;
for (f_idx = -1; f_idx < hdr->ifdMax; f_idx++)
{
fdr_to_pst[f_idx].globals_offset = s_idx;
s_idx += fdr_to_pst[f_idx].n_globals;
fdr_to_pst[f_idx].n_globals = 0;
}
/* ECOFF in ELF:
For ECOFF in ELF, we skip the creation of the minimal symbols.
The ECOFF symbols should be a subset of the Elf symbols, and the
section information of the elf symbols will be more accurate.
FIXME! What about Irix 5's native linker?
By default, Elf sections which don't exist in ECOFF
get put in ECOFF's absolute section by the gnu linker.
Since absolute sections don't get relocated, we
end up calculating an address different from that of
the symbol's minimal symbol (created earlier from the
Elf symtab).
To fix this, either :
1) don't create the duplicate symbol
(assumes ECOFF symtab is a subset of the ELF symtab;
assumes no side-effects result from ignoring ECOFF symbol)
2) create it, only if lookup for existing symbol in ELF's minimal
symbols fails
(inefficient;
assumes no side-effects result from ignoring ECOFF symbol)
3) create it, but lookup ELF's minimal symbol and use it's section
during relocation, then modify "uniqify" phase to merge and
eliminate the duplicate symbol
(highly inefficient)
I've implemented #1 here...
Skip the creation of the minimal symbols based on the ECOFF
symbol table. */
/* Pass 2 over external syms: fill in external symbols. */
ext_in = ext_block;
ext_in_end = ext_in + hdr->iextMax;
for (; ext_in < ext_in_end; ext_in++)
{
enum minimal_symbol_type ms_type = mst_text;
CORE_ADDR svalue = ext_in->asym.value;
/* The Irix 5 native tools seem to sometimes generate bogus
external symbols. */
if (ext_in->ifd < -1 || ext_in->ifd >= hdr->ifdMax)
{
complaint (&symfile_complaints,
_("bad ifd for external symbol: %d (max %ld)"),
ext_in->ifd, hdr->ifdMax);
continue;
}
if (ext_in->asym.iss < 0 || ext_in->asym.iss >= hdr->issExtMax)
{
complaint (&symfile_complaints,
_("bad iss for external symbol: %ld (max %ld)"),
ext_in->asym.iss, hdr->issExtMax);
continue;
}
extern_tab[fdr_to_pst[ext_in->ifd].globals_offset
+ fdr_to_pst[ext_in->ifd].n_globals++] = *ext_in;
if (SC_IS_UNDEF (ext_in->asym.sc) || ext_in->asym.sc == scNil)
continue;
/* Pass 3 over files, over local syms: fill in static symbols. */
name = debug_info->ssext + ext_in->asym.iss;
/* Process ECOFF Symbol Types and Storage Classes. */
switch (ext_in->asym.st)
{
case stProc:
/* Beginnning of Procedure */
break;
case stStaticProc:
/* Load time only static procs */
ms_type = mst_file_text;
break;
case stGlobal:
/* External symbol */
if (SC_IS_COMMON (ext_in->asym.sc))
{
/* The value of a common symbol is its size, not its address.
Ignore it. */
continue;
}
else if (SC_IS_DATA (ext_in->asym.sc))
{
ms_type = mst_data;
}
else if (SC_IS_BSS (ext_in->asym.sc))
{
ms_type = mst_bss;
}
else if (SC_IS_SBSS (ext_in->asym.sc))
{
ms_type = mst_bss;
}
else
ms_type = mst_abs;
break;
case stLabel:
/* Label */
/* On certain platforms, some extra label symbols can be
generated by the linker. One possible usage for this kind
of symbols is to represent the address of the begining of a
given section. For instance, on Tru64 5.1, the address of
the _ftext label is the start address of the .text section.
The storage class of these symbols is usually directly
related to the section to which the symbol refers. For
instance, on Tru64 5.1, the storage class for the _fdata
label is scData, refering to the .data section.
It is actually possible that the section associated to the
storage class of the label does not exist. On True64 5.1
for instance, the libm.so shared library does not contain
any .data section, although it contains a _fpdata label
which storage class is scData... Since these symbols are
usually useless for the debugger user anyway, we just
discard these symbols. */
if (SC_IS_TEXT (ext_in->asym.sc))
{
if (objfile->sect_index_text == -1)
continue;
ms_type = mst_file_text;
}
else if (SC_IS_DATA (ext_in->asym.sc))
{
if (objfile->sect_index_data == -1)
continue;
ms_type = mst_file_data;
}
else if (SC_IS_BSS (ext_in->asym.sc))
{
if (objfile->sect_index_bss == -1)
continue;
ms_type = mst_file_bss;
}
else if (SC_IS_SBSS (ext_in->asym.sc))
{
const int sbss_sect_index = get_section_index (objfile, ".sbss");
if (sbss_sect_index == -1)
continue;
ms_type = mst_file_bss;
}
else
ms_type = mst_abs;
break;
case stLocal:
case stNil:
/* The alpha has the section start addresses in stLocal symbols
whose name starts with a `.'. Skip those but complain for all
other stLocal symbols.
Irix6 puts the section start addresses in stNil symbols, skip
those too. */
if (name[0] == '.')
continue;
/* Fall through. */
default:
ms_type = mst_unknown;
unknown_ext_complaint (name);
}
if (!ECOFF_IN_ELF (cur_bfd))
record_minimal_symbol (name, svalue, ms_type, ext_in->asym.sc,
objfile);
}
/* Pass 3 over files, over local syms: fill in static symbols. */
for (f_idx = 0; f_idx < hdr->ifdMax; f_idx++)
{
struct partial_symtab *save_pst;
EXTR *ext_ptr;
CORE_ADDR textlow;
cur_fdr = fh = debug_info->fdr + f_idx;
if (fh->csym == 0)
{
fdr_to_pst[f_idx].pst = NULL;
continue;
}
/* Determine the start address for this object file from the
file header and relocate it, except for Irix 5.2 zero fh->adr. */
if (fh->cpd)
{
textlow = fh->adr;
if (relocatable || textlow != 0)
textlow += ANOFFSET (objfile->section_offsets,
SECT_OFF_TEXT (objfile));
}
else
textlow = 0;
pst = start_psymtab_common (objfile,
fdr_name (fh),
textlow,
objfile->global_psymbols.next,
objfile->static_psymbols.next);
pst->read_symtab_private = obstack_alloc (&objfile->objfile_obstack,
sizeof (struct symloc));
memset (pst->read_symtab_private, 0, sizeof (struct symloc));
save_pst = pst;
FDR_IDX (pst) = f_idx;
CUR_BFD (pst) = cur_bfd;
DEBUG_SWAP (pst) = debug_swap;
DEBUG_INFO (pst) = debug_info;
PENDING_LIST (pst) = pending_list;
/* The way to turn this into a symtab is to call... */
pst->read_symtab = mdebug_read_symtab;
/* Set up language for the pst.
The language from the FDR is used if it is unambigious (e.g. cfront
with native cc and g++ will set the language to C).
Otherwise we have to deduce the language from the filename.
Native ecoff has every header file in a separate FDR, so
deduce_language_from_filename will return language_unknown for
a header file, which is not what we want.
But the FDRs for the header files are after the FDR for the source
file, so we can assign the language of the source file to the
following header files. Then we save the language in the private
pst data so that we can reuse it when building symtabs. */
prev_language = psymtab_language;
switch (fh->lang)
{
case langCplusplusV2:
psymtab_language = language_cplus;
break;
default:
psymtab_language = deduce_language_from_filename (fdr_name (fh));
break;
}
if (psymtab_language == language_unknown)
psymtab_language = prev_language;
PST_PRIVATE (pst)->pst_language = psymtab_language;
pst->texthigh = pst->textlow;
/* For stabs-in-ecoff files, the second symbol must be @stab.
This symbol is emitted by mips-tfile to signal that the
current object file uses encapsulated stabs instead of mips
ecoff for local symbols. (It is the second symbol because
the first symbol is the stFile used to signal the start of a
file). */
processing_gcc_compilation = 0;
if (fh->csym >= 2)
{
(*swap_sym_in) (cur_bfd,
((char *) debug_info->external_sym
+ (fh->isymBase + 1) * external_sym_size),
&sh);
if (strcmp (debug_info->ss + fh->issBase + sh.iss,
stabs_symbol) == 0)
processing_gcc_compilation = 2;
}
if (processing_gcc_compilation != 0)
{
for (cur_sdx = 2; cur_sdx < fh->csym; cur_sdx++)
{
int type_code;
const char *namestring;
(*swap_sym_in) (cur_bfd,
(((char *) debug_info->external_sym)
+ (fh->isymBase + cur_sdx) * external_sym_size),
&sh);
type_code = ECOFF_UNMARK_STAB (sh.index);
if (!ECOFF_IS_STAB (&sh))
{
if (sh.st == stProc || sh.st == stStaticProc)
{
CORE_ADDR procaddr;
long isym;
if (sh.st == stStaticProc)
{
namestring = debug_info->ss + fh->issBase + sh.iss;
record_minimal_symbol (namestring, sh.value,
mst_file_text, sh.sc,
objfile);
}
sh.value += ANOFFSET (objfile->section_offsets,
SECT_OFF_TEXT (objfile));
procaddr = sh.value;
isym = AUX_GET_ISYM (fh->fBigendian,
(debug_info->external_aux
+ fh->iauxBase
+ sh.index));
(*swap_sym_in) (cur_bfd,
((char *) debug_info->external_sym
+ ((fh->isymBase + isym - 1)
* external_sym_size)),
&sh);
if (sh.st == stEnd)
{
CORE_ADDR high = procaddr + sh.value;
/* Kludge for Irix 5.2 zero fh->adr. */
if (!relocatable
&& (pst->textlow == 0 || procaddr < pst->textlow))
pst->textlow = procaddr;
if (high > pst->texthigh)
pst->texthigh = high;
}
}
else if (sh.st == stStatic)
{
switch (sh.sc)
{
case scUndefined:
case scSUndefined:
case scNil:
case scAbs:
break;
case scData:
case scSData:
case scRData:
case scPData:
case scXData:
namestring = debug_info->ss + fh->issBase + sh.iss;
record_minimal_symbol (namestring, sh.value,
mst_file_data, sh.sc,
objfile);
sh.value += ANOFFSET (objfile->section_offsets,
SECT_OFF_DATA (objfile));
break;
default:
/* FIXME! Shouldn't this use cases for bss,
then have the default be abs? */
namestring = debug_info->ss + fh->issBase + sh.iss;
record_minimal_symbol (namestring, sh.value,
mst_file_bss, sh.sc,
objfile);
sh.value += ANOFFSET (objfile->section_offsets,
SECT_OFF_BSS (objfile));
break;
}
}
continue;
}
/* Handle stabs continuation. */
{
char *stabstring = debug_info->ss + fh->issBase + sh.iss;
int len = strlen (stabstring);