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/* Generic symbol file reading for the GNU debugger, GDB.
Copyright (C) 1990-2016 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
Contributed by Cygnus Support, using pieces from other GDB modules.
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 "arch-utils.h"
#include "bfdlink.h"
#include "symtab.h"
#include "gdbtypes.h"
#include "gdbcore.h"
#include "frame.h"
#include "target.h"
#include "value.h"
#include "symfile.h"
#include "objfiles.h"
#include "source.h"
#include "gdbcmd.h"
#include "breakpoint.h"
#include "language.h"
#include "complaints.h"
#include "demangle.h"
#include "inferior.h"
#include "regcache.h"
#include "filenames.h" /* for DOSish file names */
#include "gdb-stabs.h"
#include "gdb_obstack.h"
#include "completer.h"
#include "bcache.h"
#include "hashtab.h"
#include "readline/readline.h"
#include "block.h"
#include "observer.h"
#include "exec.h"
#include "parser-defs.h"
#include "varobj.h"
#include "elf-bfd.h"
#include "solib.h"
#include "remote.h"
#include "stack.h"
#include "gdb_bfd.h"
#include "cli/cli-utils.h"
#include <sys/types.h>
#include <fcntl.h>
#include <sys/stat.h>
#include <ctype.h>
#include <time.h>
#include "gdb_sys_time.h"
#include "psymtab.h"
int (*deprecated_ui_load_progress_hook) (const char *section,
unsigned long num);
void (*deprecated_show_load_progress) (const char *section,
unsigned long section_sent,
unsigned long section_size,
unsigned long total_sent,
unsigned long total_size);
void (*deprecated_pre_add_symbol_hook) (const char *);
void (*deprecated_post_add_symbol_hook) (void);
static void clear_symtab_users_cleanup (void *ignore);
/* Global variables owned by this file. */
int readnow_symbol_files; /* Read full symbols immediately. */
/* Functions this file defines. */
static void load_command (char *, int);
static void symbol_file_add_main_1 (const char *args, int from_tty, int flags);
static void add_symbol_file_command (char *, int);
static const struct sym_fns *find_sym_fns (bfd *);
static void decrement_reading_symtab (void *);
static void overlay_invalidate_all (void);
static void overlay_auto_command (char *, int);
static void overlay_manual_command (char *, int);
static void overlay_off_command (char *, int);
static void overlay_load_command (char *, int);
static void overlay_command (char *, int);
static void simple_free_overlay_table (void);
static void read_target_long_array (CORE_ADDR, unsigned int *, int, int,
enum bfd_endian);
static int simple_read_overlay_table (void);
static int simple_overlay_update_1 (struct obj_section *);
static void info_ext_lang_command (char *args, int from_tty);
static void symfile_find_segment_sections (struct objfile *objfile);
void _initialize_symfile (void);
/* List of all available sym_fns. On gdb startup, each object file reader
calls add_symtab_fns() to register information on each format it is
prepared to read. */
typedef struct
{
/* BFD flavour that we handle. */
enum bfd_flavour sym_flavour;
/* The "vtable" of symbol functions. */
const struct sym_fns *sym_fns;
} registered_sym_fns;
DEF_VEC_O (registered_sym_fns);
static VEC (registered_sym_fns) *symtab_fns = NULL;
/* Values for "set print symbol-loading". */
const char print_symbol_loading_off[] = "off";
const char print_symbol_loading_brief[] = "brief";
const char print_symbol_loading_full[] = "full";
static const char *print_symbol_loading_enums[] =
{
print_symbol_loading_off,
print_symbol_loading_brief,
print_symbol_loading_full,
NULL
};
static const char *print_symbol_loading = print_symbol_loading_full;
/* If non-zero, shared library symbols will be added automatically
when the inferior is created, new libraries are loaded, or when
attaching to the inferior. This is almost always what users will
want to have happen; but for very large programs, the startup time
will be excessive, and so if this is a problem, the user can clear
this flag and then add the shared library symbols as needed. Note
that there is a potential for confusion, since if the shared
library symbols are not loaded, commands like "info fun" will *not*
report all the functions that are actually present. */
int auto_solib_add = 1;
/* Return non-zero if symbol-loading messages should be printed.
FROM_TTY is the standard from_tty argument to gdb commands.
If EXEC is non-zero the messages are for the executable.
Otherwise, messages are for shared libraries.
If FULL is non-zero then the caller is printing a detailed message.
E.g., the message includes the shared library name.
Otherwise, the caller is printing a brief "summary" message. */
int
print_symbol_loading_p (int from_tty, int exec, int full)
{
if (!from_tty && !info_verbose)
return 0;
if (exec)
{
/* We don't check FULL for executables, there are few such
messages, therefore brief == full. */
return print_symbol_loading != print_symbol_loading_off;
}
if (full)
return print_symbol_loading == print_symbol_loading_full;
return print_symbol_loading == print_symbol_loading_brief;
}
/* True if we are reading a symbol table. */
int currently_reading_symtab = 0;
static void
decrement_reading_symtab (void *dummy)
{
currently_reading_symtab--;
gdb_assert (currently_reading_symtab >= 0);
}
/* Increment currently_reading_symtab and return a cleanup that can be
used to decrement it. */
struct cleanup *
increment_reading_symtab (void)
{
++currently_reading_symtab;
gdb_assert (currently_reading_symtab > 0);
return make_cleanup (decrement_reading_symtab, NULL);
}
/* Remember the lowest-addressed loadable section we've seen.
This function is called via bfd_map_over_sections.
In case of equal vmas, the section with the largest size becomes the
lowest-addressed loadable section.
If the vmas and sizes are equal, the last section is considered the
lowest-addressed loadable section. */
void
find_lowest_section (bfd *abfd, asection *sect, void *obj)
{
asection **lowest = (asection **) obj;
if (0 == (bfd_get_section_flags (abfd, sect) & (SEC_ALLOC | SEC_LOAD)))
return;
if (!*lowest)
*lowest = sect; /* First loadable section */
else if (bfd_section_vma (abfd, *lowest) > bfd_section_vma (abfd, sect))
*lowest = sect; /* A lower loadable section */
else if (bfd_section_vma (abfd, *lowest) == bfd_section_vma (abfd, sect)
&& (bfd_section_size (abfd, (*lowest))
<= bfd_section_size (abfd, sect)))
*lowest = sect;
}
/* Create a new section_addr_info, with room for NUM_SECTIONS. The
new object's 'num_sections' field is set to 0; it must be updated
by the caller. */
struct section_addr_info *
alloc_section_addr_info (size_t num_sections)
{
struct section_addr_info *sap;
size_t size;
size = (sizeof (struct section_addr_info)
+ sizeof (struct other_sections) * (num_sections - 1));
sap = (struct section_addr_info *) xmalloc (size);
memset (sap, 0, size);
return sap;
}
/* Build (allocate and populate) a section_addr_info struct from
an existing section table. */
extern struct section_addr_info *
build_section_addr_info_from_section_table (const struct target_section *start,
const struct target_section *end)
{
struct section_addr_info *sap;
const struct target_section *stp;
int oidx;
sap = alloc_section_addr_info (end - start);
for (stp = start, oidx = 0; stp != end; stp++)
{
struct bfd_section *asect = stp->the_bfd_section;
bfd *abfd = asect->owner;
if (bfd_get_section_flags (abfd, asect) & (SEC_ALLOC | SEC_LOAD)
&& oidx < end - start)
{
sap->other[oidx].addr = stp->addr;
sap->other[oidx].name = xstrdup (bfd_section_name (abfd, asect));
sap->other[oidx].sectindex = gdb_bfd_section_index (abfd, asect);
oidx++;
}
}
sap->num_sections = oidx;
return sap;
}
/* Create a section_addr_info from section offsets in ABFD. */
static struct section_addr_info *
build_section_addr_info_from_bfd (bfd *abfd)
{
struct section_addr_info *sap;
int i;
struct bfd_section *sec;
sap = alloc_section_addr_info (bfd_count_sections (abfd));
for (i = 0, sec = abfd->sections; sec != NULL; sec = sec->next)
if (bfd_get_section_flags (abfd, sec) & (SEC_ALLOC | SEC_LOAD))
{
sap->other[i].addr = bfd_get_section_vma (abfd, sec);
sap->other[i].name = xstrdup (bfd_get_section_name (abfd, sec));
sap->other[i].sectindex = gdb_bfd_section_index (abfd, sec);
i++;
}
sap->num_sections = i;
return sap;
}
/* Create a section_addr_info from section offsets in OBJFILE. */
struct section_addr_info *
build_section_addr_info_from_objfile (const struct objfile *objfile)
{
struct section_addr_info *sap;
int i;
/* Before reread_symbols gets rewritten it is not safe to call:
gdb_assert (objfile->num_sections == bfd_count_sections (objfile->obfd));
*/
sap = build_section_addr_info_from_bfd (objfile->obfd);
for (i = 0; i < sap->num_sections; i++)
{
int sectindex = sap->other[i].sectindex;
sap->other[i].addr += objfile->section_offsets->offsets[sectindex];
}
return sap;
}
/* Free all memory allocated by build_section_addr_info_from_section_table. */
extern void
free_section_addr_info (struct section_addr_info *sap)
{
int idx;
for (idx = 0; idx < sap->num_sections; idx++)
xfree (sap->other[idx].name);
xfree (sap);
}
/* Initialize OBJFILE's sect_index_* members. */
static void
init_objfile_sect_indices (struct objfile *objfile)
{
asection *sect;
int i;
sect = bfd_get_section_by_name (objfile->obfd, ".text");
if (sect)
objfile->sect_index_text = sect->index;
sect = bfd_get_section_by_name (objfile->obfd, ".data");
if (sect)
objfile->sect_index_data = sect->index;
sect = bfd_get_section_by_name (objfile->obfd, ".bss");
if (sect)
objfile->sect_index_bss = sect->index;
sect = bfd_get_section_by_name (objfile->obfd, ".rodata");
if (sect)
objfile->sect_index_rodata = sect->index;
/* This is where things get really weird... We MUST have valid
indices for the various sect_index_* members or gdb will abort.
So if for example, there is no ".text" section, we have to
accomodate that. First, check for a file with the standard
one or two segments. */
symfile_find_segment_sections (objfile);
/* Except when explicitly adding symbol files at some address,
section_offsets contains nothing but zeros, so it doesn't matter
which slot in section_offsets the individual sect_index_* members
index into. So if they are all zero, it is safe to just point
all the currently uninitialized indices to the first slot. But
beware: if this is the main executable, it may be relocated
later, e.g. by the remote qOffsets packet, and then this will
be wrong! That's why we try segments first. */
for (i = 0; i < objfile->num_sections; i++)
{
if (ANOFFSET (objfile->section_offsets, i) != 0)
{
break;
}
}
if (i == objfile->num_sections)
{
if (objfile->sect_index_text == -1)
objfile->sect_index_text = 0;
if (objfile->sect_index_data == -1)
objfile->sect_index_data = 0;
if (objfile->sect_index_bss == -1)
objfile->sect_index_bss = 0;
if (objfile->sect_index_rodata == -1)
objfile->sect_index_rodata = 0;
}
}
/* The arguments to place_section. */
struct place_section_arg
{
struct section_offsets *offsets;
CORE_ADDR lowest;
};
/* Find a unique offset to use for loadable section SECT if
the user did not provide an offset. */
static void
place_section (bfd *abfd, asection *sect, void *obj)
{
struct place_section_arg *arg = (struct place_section_arg *) obj;
CORE_ADDR *offsets = arg->offsets->offsets, start_addr;
int done;
ULONGEST align = ((ULONGEST) 1) << bfd_get_section_alignment (abfd, sect);
/* We are only interested in allocated sections. */
if ((bfd_get_section_flags (abfd, sect) & SEC_ALLOC) == 0)
return;
/* If the user specified an offset, honor it. */
if (offsets[gdb_bfd_section_index (abfd, sect)] != 0)
return;
/* Otherwise, let's try to find a place for the section. */
start_addr = (arg->lowest + align - 1) & -align;
do {
asection *cur_sec;
done = 1;
for (cur_sec = abfd->sections; cur_sec != NULL; cur_sec = cur_sec->next)
{
int indx = cur_sec->index;
/* We don't need to compare against ourself. */
if (cur_sec == sect)
continue;
/* We can only conflict with allocated sections. */
if ((bfd_get_section_flags (abfd, cur_sec) & SEC_ALLOC) == 0)
continue;
/* If the section offset is 0, either the section has not been placed
yet, or it was the lowest section placed (in which case LOWEST
will be past its end). */
if (offsets[indx] == 0)
continue;
/* If this section would overlap us, then we must move up. */
if (start_addr + bfd_get_section_size (sect) > offsets[indx]
&& start_addr < offsets[indx] + bfd_get_section_size (cur_sec))
{
start_addr = offsets[indx] + bfd_get_section_size (cur_sec);
start_addr = (start_addr + align - 1) & -align;
done = 0;
break;
}
/* Otherwise, we appear to be OK. So far. */
}
}
while (!done);
offsets[gdb_bfd_section_index (abfd, sect)] = start_addr;
arg->lowest = start_addr + bfd_get_section_size (sect);
}
/* Store struct section_addr_info as prepared (made relative and with SECTINDEX
filled-in) by addr_info_make_relative into SECTION_OFFSETS of NUM_SECTIONS
entries. */
void
relative_addr_info_to_section_offsets (struct section_offsets *section_offsets,
int num_sections,
const struct section_addr_info *addrs)
{
int i;
memset (section_offsets, 0, SIZEOF_N_SECTION_OFFSETS (num_sections));
/* Now calculate offsets for section that were specified by the caller. */
for (i = 0; i < addrs->num_sections; i++)
{
const struct other_sections *osp;
osp = &addrs->other[i];
if (osp->sectindex == -1)
continue;
/* Record all sections in offsets. */
/* The section_offsets in the objfile are here filled in using
the BFD index. */
section_offsets->offsets[osp->sectindex] = osp->addr;
}
}
/* Transform section name S for a name comparison. prelink can split section
`.bss' into two sections `.dynbss' and `.bss' (in this order). Similarly
prelink can split `.sbss' into `.sdynbss' and `.sbss'. Use virtual address
of the new `.dynbss' (`.sdynbss') section as the adjacent new `.bss'
(`.sbss') section has invalid (increased) virtual address. */
static const char *
addr_section_name (const char *s)
{
if (strcmp (s, ".dynbss") == 0)
return ".bss";
if (strcmp (s, ".sdynbss") == 0)
return ".sbss";
return s;
}
/* qsort comparator for addrs_section_sort. Sort entries in ascending order by
their (name, sectindex) pair. sectindex makes the sort by name stable. */
static int
addrs_section_compar (const void *ap, const void *bp)
{
const struct other_sections *a = *((struct other_sections **) ap);
const struct other_sections *b = *((struct other_sections **) bp);
int retval;
retval = strcmp (addr_section_name (a->name), addr_section_name (b->name));
if (retval)
return retval;
return a->sectindex - b->sectindex;
}
/* Provide sorted array of pointers to sections of ADDRS. The array is
terminated by NULL. Caller is responsible to call xfree for it. */
static struct other_sections **
addrs_section_sort (struct section_addr_info *addrs)
{
struct other_sections **array;
int i;
/* `+ 1' for the NULL terminator. */
array = XNEWVEC (struct other_sections *, addrs->num_sections + 1);
for (i = 0; i < addrs->num_sections; i++)
array[i] = &addrs->other[i];
array[i] = NULL;
qsort (array, i, sizeof (*array), addrs_section_compar);
return array;
}
/* Relativize absolute addresses in ADDRS into offsets based on ABFD. Fill-in
also SECTINDEXes specific to ABFD there. This function can be used to
rebase ADDRS to start referencing different BFD than before. */
void
addr_info_make_relative (struct section_addr_info *addrs, bfd *abfd)
{
asection *lower_sect;
CORE_ADDR lower_offset;
int i;
struct cleanup *my_cleanup;
struct section_addr_info *abfd_addrs;
struct other_sections **addrs_sorted, **abfd_addrs_sorted;
struct other_sections **addrs_to_abfd_addrs;
/* Find lowest loadable section to be used as starting point for
continguous sections. */
lower_sect = NULL;
bfd_map_over_sections (abfd, find_lowest_section, &lower_sect);
if (lower_sect == NULL)
{
warning (_("no loadable sections found in added symbol-file %s"),
bfd_get_filename (abfd));
lower_offset = 0;
}
else
lower_offset = bfd_section_vma (bfd_get_filename (abfd), lower_sect);
/* Create ADDRS_TO_ABFD_ADDRS array to map the sections in ADDRS to sections
in ABFD. Section names are not unique - there can be multiple sections of
the same name. Also the sections of the same name do not have to be
adjacent to each other. Some sections may be present only in one of the
files. Even sections present in both files do not have to be in the same
order.
Use stable sort by name for the sections in both files. Then linearly
scan both lists matching as most of the entries as possible. */
addrs_sorted = addrs_section_sort (addrs);
my_cleanup = make_cleanup (xfree, addrs_sorted);
abfd_addrs = build_section_addr_info_from_bfd (abfd);
make_cleanup_free_section_addr_info (abfd_addrs);
abfd_addrs_sorted = addrs_section_sort (abfd_addrs);
make_cleanup (xfree, abfd_addrs_sorted);
/* Now create ADDRS_TO_ABFD_ADDRS from ADDRS_SORTED and
ABFD_ADDRS_SORTED. */
addrs_to_abfd_addrs = XCNEWVEC (struct other_sections *, addrs->num_sections);
make_cleanup (xfree, addrs_to_abfd_addrs);
while (*addrs_sorted)
{
const char *sect_name = addr_section_name ((*addrs_sorted)->name);
while (*abfd_addrs_sorted
&& strcmp (addr_section_name ((*abfd_addrs_sorted)->name),
sect_name) < 0)
abfd_addrs_sorted++;
if (*abfd_addrs_sorted
&& strcmp (addr_section_name ((*abfd_addrs_sorted)->name),
sect_name) == 0)
{
int index_in_addrs;
/* Make the found item directly addressable from ADDRS. */
index_in_addrs = *addrs_sorted - addrs->other;
gdb_assert (addrs_to_abfd_addrs[index_in_addrs] == NULL);
addrs_to_abfd_addrs[index_in_addrs] = *abfd_addrs_sorted;
/* Never use the same ABFD entry twice. */
abfd_addrs_sorted++;
}
addrs_sorted++;
}
/* Calculate offsets for the loadable sections.
FIXME! Sections must be in order of increasing loadable section
so that contiguous sections can use the lower-offset!!!
Adjust offsets if the segments are not contiguous.
If the section is contiguous, its offset should be set to
the offset of the highest loadable section lower than it
(the loadable section directly below it in memory).
this_offset = lower_offset = lower_addr - lower_orig_addr */
for (i = 0; i < addrs->num_sections; i++)
{
struct other_sections *sect = addrs_to_abfd_addrs[i];
if (sect)
{
/* This is the index used by BFD. */
addrs->other[i].sectindex = sect->sectindex;
if (addrs->other[i].addr != 0)
{
addrs->other[i].addr -= sect->addr;
lower_offset = addrs->other[i].addr;
}
else
addrs->other[i].addr = lower_offset;
}
else
{
/* addr_section_name transformation is not used for SECT_NAME. */
const char *sect_name = addrs->other[i].name;
/* This section does not exist in ABFD, which is normally
unexpected and we want to issue a warning.
However, the ELF prelinker does create a few sections which are
marked in the main executable as loadable (they are loaded in
memory from the DYNAMIC segment) and yet are not present in
separate debug info files. This is fine, and should not cause
a warning. Shared libraries contain just the section
".gnu.liblist" but it is not marked as loadable there. There is
no other way to identify them than by their name as the sections
created by prelink have no special flags.
For the sections `.bss' and `.sbss' see addr_section_name. */
if (!(strcmp (sect_name, ".gnu.liblist") == 0
|| strcmp (sect_name, ".gnu.conflict") == 0
|| (strcmp (sect_name, ".bss") == 0
&& i > 0
&& strcmp (addrs->other[i - 1].name, ".dynbss") == 0
&& addrs_to_abfd_addrs[i - 1] != NULL)
|| (strcmp (sect_name, ".sbss") == 0
&& i > 0
&& strcmp (addrs->other[i - 1].name, ".sdynbss") == 0
&& addrs_to_abfd_addrs[i - 1] != NULL)))
warning (_("section %s not found in %s"), sect_name,
bfd_get_filename (abfd));
addrs->other[i].addr = 0;
addrs->other[i].sectindex = -1;
}
}
do_cleanups (my_cleanup);
}
/* Parse the user's idea of an offset for dynamic linking, into our idea
of how to represent it for fast symbol reading. This is the default
version of the sym_fns.sym_offsets function for symbol readers that
don't need to do anything special. It allocates a section_offsets table
for the objectfile OBJFILE and stuffs ADDR into all of the offsets. */
void
default_symfile_offsets (struct objfile *objfile,
const struct section_addr_info *addrs)
{
objfile->num_sections = gdb_bfd_count_sections (objfile->obfd);
objfile->section_offsets = (struct section_offsets *)
obstack_alloc (&objfile->objfile_obstack,
SIZEOF_N_SECTION_OFFSETS (objfile->num_sections));
relative_addr_info_to_section_offsets (objfile->section_offsets,
objfile->num_sections, addrs);
/* For relocatable files, all loadable sections will start at zero.
The zero is meaningless, so try to pick arbitrary addresses such
that no loadable sections overlap. This algorithm is quadratic,
but the number of sections in a single object file is generally
small. */
if ((bfd_get_file_flags (objfile->obfd) & (EXEC_P | DYNAMIC)) == 0)
{
struct place_section_arg arg;
bfd *abfd = objfile->obfd;
asection *cur_sec;
for (cur_sec = abfd->sections; cur_sec != NULL; cur_sec = cur_sec->next)
/* We do not expect this to happen; just skip this step if the
relocatable file has a section with an assigned VMA. */
if (bfd_section_vma (abfd, cur_sec) != 0)
break;
if (cur_sec == NULL)
{
CORE_ADDR *offsets = objfile->section_offsets->offsets;
/* Pick non-overlapping offsets for sections the user did not
place explicitly. */
arg.offsets = objfile->section_offsets;
arg.lowest = 0;
bfd_map_over_sections (objfile->obfd, place_section, &arg);
/* Correctly filling in the section offsets is not quite
enough. Relocatable files have two properties that
(most) shared objects do not:
- Their debug information will contain relocations. Some
shared libraries do also, but many do not, so this can not
be assumed.
- If there are multiple code sections they will be loaded
at different relative addresses in memory than they are
in the objfile, since all sections in the file will start
at address zero.
Because GDB has very limited ability to map from an
address in debug info to the correct code section,
it relies on adding SECT_OFF_TEXT to things which might be
code. If we clear all the section offsets, and set the
section VMAs instead, then symfile_relocate_debug_section
will return meaningful debug information pointing at the
correct sections.
GDB has too many different data structures for section
addresses - a bfd, objfile, and so_list all have section
tables, as does exec_ops. Some of these could probably
be eliminated. */
for (cur_sec = abfd->sections; cur_sec != NULL;
cur_sec = cur_sec->next)
{
if ((bfd_get_section_flags (abfd, cur_sec) & SEC_ALLOC) == 0)
continue;
bfd_set_section_vma (abfd, cur_sec, offsets[cur_sec->index]);
exec_set_section_address (bfd_get_filename (abfd),
cur_sec->index,
offsets[cur_sec->index]);
offsets[cur_sec->index] = 0;
}
}
}
/* Remember the bfd indexes for the .text, .data, .bss and
.rodata sections. */
init_objfile_sect_indices (objfile);
}
/* Divide the file into segments, which are individual relocatable units.
This is the default version of the sym_fns.sym_segments function for
symbol readers that do not have an explicit representation of segments.
It assumes that object files do not have segments, and fully linked
files have a single segment. */
struct symfile_segment_data *
default_symfile_segments (bfd *abfd)
{
int num_sections, i;
asection *sect;
struct symfile_segment_data *data;
CORE_ADDR low, high;
/* Relocatable files contain enough information to position each
loadable section independently; they should not be relocated
in segments. */
if ((bfd_get_file_flags (abfd) & (EXEC_P | DYNAMIC)) == 0)
return NULL;
/* Make sure there is at least one loadable section in the file. */
for (sect = abfd->sections; sect != NULL; sect = sect->next)
{
if ((bfd_get_section_flags (abfd, sect) & SEC_ALLOC) == 0)
continue;
break;
}
if (sect == NULL)
return NULL;
low = bfd_get_section_vma (abfd, sect);
high = low + bfd_get_section_size (sect);
data = XCNEW (struct symfile_segment_data);
data->num_segments = 1;
data->segment_bases = XCNEW (CORE_ADDR);
data->segment_sizes = XCNEW (CORE_ADDR);
num_sections = bfd_count_sections (abfd);
data->segment_info = XCNEWVEC (int, num_sections);
for (i = 0, sect = abfd->sections; sect != NULL; i++, sect = sect->next)
{
CORE_ADDR vma;
if ((bfd_get_section_flags (abfd, sect) & SEC_ALLOC) == 0)
continue;
vma = bfd_get_section_vma (abfd, sect);
if (vma < low)
low = vma;
if (vma + bfd_get_section_size (sect) > high)
high = vma + bfd_get_section_size (sect);
data->segment_info[i] = 1;
}
data->segment_bases[0] = low;
data->segment_sizes[0] = high - low;
return data;
}
/* This is a convenience function to call sym_read for OBJFILE and
possibly force the partial symbols to be read. */
static void
read_symbols (struct objfile *objfile, int add_flags)
{
(*objfile->sf->sym_read) (objfile, add_flags);
objfile->per_bfd->minsyms_read = 1;
/* find_separate_debug_file_in_section should be called only if there is
single binary with no existing separate debug info file. */
if (!objfile_has_partial_symbols (objfile)
&& objfile->separate_debug_objfile == NULL
&& objfile->separate_debug_objfile_backlink == NULL)
{
bfd *abfd = find_separate_debug_file_in_section (objfile);
struct cleanup *cleanup = make_cleanup_bfd_unref (abfd);
if (abfd != NULL)
{
/* find_separate_debug_file_in_section uses the same filename for the
virtual section-as-bfd like the bfd filename containing the
section. Therefore use also non-canonical name form for the same
file containing the section. */
symbol_file_add_separate (abfd, objfile->original_name, add_flags,
objfile);
}
do_cleanups (cleanup);
}
if ((add_flags & SYMFILE_NO_READ) == 0)
require_partial_symbols (objfile, 0);
}
/* Initialize entry point information for this objfile. */
static void
init_entry_point_info (struct objfile *objfile)
{
struct entry_info *ei = &objfile->per_bfd->ei;
if (ei->initialized)
return;
ei->initialized = 1;
/* Save startup file's range of PC addresses to help blockframe.c
decide where the bottom of the stack is. */
if (bfd_get_file_flags (objfile->obfd) & EXEC_P)
{
/* Executable file -- record its entry point so we'll recognize
the startup file because it contains the entry point. */
ei->entry_point = bfd_get_start_address (objfile->obfd);
ei->entry_point_p = 1;
}
else if (bfd_get_file_flags (objfile->obfd) & DYNAMIC
&& bfd_get_start_address (objfile->obfd) != 0)
{
/* Some shared libraries may have entry points set and be
runnable. There's no clear way to indicate this, so just check
for values other than zero. */
ei->entry_point = bfd_get_start_address (objfile->obfd);
ei->entry_point_p = 1;
}
else
{
/* Examination of non-executable.o files. Short-circuit this stuff. */
ei->entry_point_p = 0;
}
if (ei->entry_point_p)
{
struct obj_section *osect;
CORE_ADDR entry_point = ei->entry_point;
int found;
/* Make certain that the address points at real code, and not a
function descriptor. */
entry_point
= gdbarch_convert_from_func_ptr_addr (get_objfile_arch (objfile),
entry_point,
&current_target);
/* Remove any ISA markers, so that this matches entries in the
symbol table. */
ei->entry_point
= gdbarch_addr_bits_remove (get_objfile_arch (objfile), entry_point);
found = 0;
ALL_OBJFILE_OSECTIONS (objfile, osect)
{
struct bfd_section *sect = osect->the_bfd_section;
if (entry_point >= bfd_get_section_vma (objfile->obfd, sect)
&& entry_point < (bfd_get_section_vma (objfile->obfd, sect)
+ bfd_get_section_size (sect)))
{
ei->the_bfd_section_index
= gdb_bfd_section_index (objfile->obfd, sect);
found = 1;
break;
}
}
if (!found)
ei->the_bfd_section_index = SECT_OFF_TEXT (objfile);
}
}
/* Process a symbol file, as either the main file or as a dynamically
loaded file.
This function does not set the OBJFILE's entry-point info.
OBJFILE is where the symbols are to be read from.
ADDRS is the list of section load addresses. If the user has given
an 'add-symbol-file' command, then this is the list of offsets and
addresses he or she provided as arguments to the command; or, if
we're handling a shared library, these are the actual addresses the
sections are loaded at, according to the inferior's dynamic linker
(as gleaned by GDB's shared library code). We convert each address
into an offset from the section VMA's as it appears in the object
file, and then call the file's sym_offsets function to convert this
into a format-specific offset table --- a `struct section_offsets'.
ADD_FLAGS encodes verbosity level, whether this is main symbol or
an extra symbol file such as dynamically loaded code, and wether
breakpoint reset should be deferred. */
static void
syms_from_objfile_1 (struct objfile *objfile,
struct section_addr_info *addrs,
int add_flags)
{
struct section_addr_info *local_addr = NULL;
struct cleanup *old_chain;
const int mainline = add_flags & SYMFILE_MAINLINE;
objfile_set_sym_fns (objfile, find_sym_fns (objfile->obfd));
if (objfile->sf == NULL)
{
/* No symbols to load, but we still need to make sure
that the section_offsets table is allocated. */
int num_sections = gdb_bfd_count_sections (objfile->obfd);
size_t size = SIZEOF_N_SECTION_OFFSETS (num_sections);
objfile->num_sections = num_sections;
objfile->section_offsets
= (struct section_offsets *) obstack_alloc (&objfile->objfile_obstack,
size);
memset (objfile->section_offsets, 0, size);
return;
}
/* Make sure that partially constructed symbol tables will be cleaned up
if an error occurs during symbol reading. */
old_chain = make_cleanup_free_objfile (objfile);
/* If ADDRS is NULL, put together a dummy address list.
We now establish the convention that an addr of zero means
no load address was specified. */
if (! addrs)
{
local_addr = alloc_section_addr_info (1);
make_cleanup (xfree, local_addr);
addrs = local_addr;
}
if (mainline)
{
/* We will modify the main symbol table, make sure that all its users
will be cleaned up if an error occurs during symbol reading. */
make_cleanup (clear_symtab_users_cleanup, 0 /*ignore*/);
/* Since no error yet, throw away the old symbol table. */
if (symfile_objfile != NULL)
{
free_objfile (symfile_objfile);
gdb_assert (symfile_objfile == NULL);
}
/* Currently we keep symbols from the add-symbol-file command.
If the user wants to get rid of them, they should do "symbol-file"
without arguments first. Not sure this is the best behavior
(PR 2207). */
(*objfile->sf->sym_new_init) (objfile);
}
/* Convert addr into an offset rather than an absolute address.
We find the lowest address of a loaded segment in the objfile,
and assume that <addr> is where that got loaded.
We no longer warn if the lowest section is not a text segment (as
happens for the PA64 port. */
if (addrs->num_sections > 0)
addr_info_make_relative (addrs, objfile->obfd);
/* Initialize symbol reading routines for this objfile, allow complaints to
appear for this new file, and record how verbose to be, then do the
initial symbol reading for this file. */
(*objfile->sf->sym_init) (objfile);
clear_complaints (&symfile_complaints, 1, add_flags & SYMFILE_VERBOSE);
(*objfile->sf->sym_offsets) (objfile, addrs);
read_symbols (objfile, add_flags);
/* Discard cleanups as symbol reading was successful. */
discard_cleanups (old_chain);
xfree (local_addr);
}
/* Same as syms_from_objfile_1, but also initializes the objfile
entry-point info. */
static void
syms_from_objfile (struct objfile *objfile,
struct section_addr_info *addrs,
int add_flags)
{
syms_from_objfile_1 (objfile, addrs, add_flags);
init_entry_point_info (objfile);
}
/* Perform required actions after either reading in the initial
symbols for a new objfile, or mapping in the symbols from a reusable
objfile. ADD_FLAGS is a bitmask of enum symfile_add_flags. */
static void
finish_new_objfile (struct objfile *objfile, int add_flags)
{
/* If this is the main symbol file we have to clean up all users of the
old main symbol file. Otherwise it is sufficient to fixup all the
breakpoints that may have been redefined by this symbol file. */
if (add_flags & SYMFILE_MAINLINE)
{
/* OK, make it the "real" symbol file. */
symfile_objfile = objfile;
clear_symtab_users (add_flags);
}
else if ((add_flags & SYMFILE_DEFER_BP_RESET) == 0)
{
breakpoint_re_set ();
}
/* We're done reading the symbol file; finish off complaints. */
clear_complaints (&symfile_complaints, 0, add_flags & SYMFILE_VERBOSE);
}
/* Process a symbol file, as either the main file or as a dynamically
loaded file.
ABFD is a BFD already open on the file, as from symfile_bfd_open.
A new reference is acquired by this function.
For NAME description see allocate_objfile's definition.
ADD_FLAGS encodes verbosity, whether this is main symbol file or
extra, such as dynamically loaded code, and what to do with breakpoins.
ADDRS is as described for syms_from_objfile_1, above.
ADDRS is ignored when SYMFILE_MAINLINE bit is set in ADD_FLAGS.
PARENT is the original objfile if ABFD is a separate debug info file.
Otherwise PARENT is NULL.
Upon success, returns a pointer to the objfile that was added.
Upon failure, jumps back to command level (never returns). */
static struct objfile *
symbol_file_add_with_addrs (bfd *abfd, const char *name, int add_flags,
struct section_addr_info *addrs,
int flags, struct objfile *parent)
{
struct objfile *objfile;
const int from_tty = add_flags & SYMFILE_VERBOSE;
const int mainline = add_flags & SYMFILE_MAINLINE;
const int should_print = (print_symbol_loading_p (from_tty, mainline, 1)
&& (readnow_symbol_files
|| (add_flags & SYMFILE_NO_READ) == 0));
if (readnow_symbol_files)
{
flags |= OBJF_READNOW;
add_flags &= ~SYMFILE_NO_READ;
}
/* Give user a chance to burp if we'd be
interactively wiping out any existing symbols. */
if ((have_full_symbols () || have_partial_symbols ())
&& mainline
&& from_tty
&& !query (_("Load new symbol table from \"%s\"? "), name))
error (_("Not confirmed."));
objfile = allocate_objfile (abfd, name,
flags | (mainline ? OBJF_MAINLINE : 0));
if (parent)
add_separate_debug_objfile (objfile, parent);
/* We either created a new mapped symbol table, mapped an existing
symbol table file which has not had initial symbol reading
performed, or need to read an unmapped symbol table. */
if (should_print)
{
if (deprecated_pre_add_symbol_hook)
deprecated_pre_add_symbol_hook (name);
else
{
printf_unfiltered (_("Reading symbols from %s..."), name);
wrap_here ("");
gdb_flush (gdb_stdout);
}
}
syms_from_objfile (objfile, addrs, add_flags);
/* We now have at least a partial symbol table. Check to see if the
user requested that all symbols be read on initial access via either
the gdb startup command line or on a per symbol file basis. Expand
all partial symbol tables for this objfile if so. */
if ((flags & OBJF_READNOW))
{
if (should_print)
{
printf_unfiltered (_("expanding to full symbols..."));
wrap_here ("");
gdb_flush (gdb_stdout);
}
if (objfile->sf)
objfile->sf->qf->expand_all_symtabs (objfile);
}
if (should_print && !objfile_has_symbols (objfile))
{
wrap_here ("");
printf_unfiltered (_("(no debugging symbols found)..."));
wrap_here ("");
}
if (should_print)
{
if (deprecated_post_add_symbol_hook)
deprecated_post_add_symbol_hook ();
else
printf_unfiltered (_("done.\n"));
}
/* We print some messages regardless of whether 'from_tty ||
info_verbose' is true, so make sure they go out at the right
time. */
gdb_flush (gdb_stdout);
if (objfile->sf == NULL)
{
observer_notify_new_objfile (objfile);
return objfile; /* No symbols. */
}
finish_new_objfile (objfile, add_flags);
observer_notify_new_objfile (objfile);
bfd_cache_close_all ();
return (objfile);
}
/* Add BFD as a separate debug file for OBJFILE. For NAME description
see allocate_objfile's definition. */
void
symbol_file_add_separate (bfd *bfd, const char *name, int symfile_flags,
struct objfile *objfile)
{
struct section_addr_info *sap;
struct cleanup *my_cleanup;
/* Create section_addr_info. We can't directly use offsets from OBJFILE
because sections of BFD may not match sections of OBJFILE and because
vma may have been modified by tools such as prelink. */
sap = build_section_addr_info_from_objfile (objfile);
my_cleanup = make_cleanup_free_section_addr_info (sap);
symbol_file_add_with_addrs
(bfd, name, symfile_flags, sap,
objfile->flags & (OBJF_REORDERED | OBJF_SHARED | OBJF_READNOW
| OBJF_USERLOADED),
objfile);
do_cleanups (my_cleanup);
}
/* Process the symbol file ABFD, as either the main file or as a
dynamically loaded file.
See symbol_file_add_with_addrs's comments for details. */
struct objfile *
symbol_file_add_from_bfd (bfd *abfd, const char *name, int add_flags,
struct section_addr_info *addrs,
int flags, struct objfile *parent)
{
return symbol_file_add_with_addrs (abfd, name, add_flags, addrs, flags,
parent);
}
/* Process a symbol file, as either the main file or as a dynamically
loaded file. See symbol_file_add_with_addrs's comments for details. */
struct objfile *
symbol_file_add (const char *name, int add_flags,
struct section_addr_info *addrs, int flags)
{
bfd *bfd = symfile_bfd_open (name);
struct cleanup *cleanup = make_cleanup_bfd_unref (bfd);
struct objfile *objf;
objf = symbol_file_add_from_bfd (bfd, name, add_flags, addrs, flags, NULL);
do_cleanups (cleanup);
return objf;
}
/* Call symbol_file_add() with default values and update whatever is
affected by the loading of a new main().
Used when the file is supplied in the gdb command line
and by some targets with special loading requirements.
The auxiliary function, symbol_file_add_main_1(), has the flags
argument for the switches that can only be specified in the symbol_file
command itself. */
void
symbol_file_add_main (const char *args, int from_tty)
{
symbol_file_add_main_1 (args, from_tty, 0);
}
static void
symbol_file_add_main_1 (const char *args, int from_tty, int flags)
{
const int add_flags = (current_inferior ()->symfile_flags
| SYMFILE_MAINLINE | (from_tty ? SYMFILE_VERBOSE : 0));
symbol_file_add (args, add_flags, NULL, flags);
/* Getting new symbols may change our opinion about
what is frameless. */
reinit_frame_cache ();
if ((flags & SYMFILE_NO_READ) == 0)
set_initial_language ();
}
void
symbol_file_clear (int from_tty)
{
if ((have_full_symbols () || have_partial_symbols ())
&& from_tty
&& (symfile_objfile
? !query (_("Discard symbol table from `%s'? "),
objfile_name (symfile_objfile))
: !query (_("Discard symbol table? "))))
error (_("Not confirmed."));
/* solib descriptors may have handles to objfiles. Wipe them before their
objfiles get stale by free_all_objfiles. */
no_shared_libraries (NULL, from_tty);
free_all_objfiles ();
gdb_assert (symfile_objfile == NULL);
if (from_tty)
printf_unfiltered (_("No symbol file now.\n"));
}
static int
separate_debug_file_exists (const char *name, unsigned long crc,
struct objfile *parent_objfile)
{
unsigned long file_crc;
int file_crc_p;
bfd *abfd;
struct stat parent_stat, abfd_stat;
int verified_as_different;
/* Find a separate debug info file as if symbols would be present in
PARENT_OBJFILE itself this function would not be called. .gnu_debuglink
section can contain just the basename of PARENT_OBJFILE without any
".debug" suffix as "/usr/lib/debug/path/to/file" is a separate tree where
the separate debug infos with the same basename can exist. */
if (filename_cmp (name, objfile_name (parent_objfile)) == 0)
return 0;
abfd = gdb_bfd_open (name, gnutarget, -1);
if (!abfd)
return 0;
/* Verify symlinks were not the cause of filename_cmp name difference above.
Some operating systems, e.g. Windows, do not provide a meaningful
st_ino; they always set it to zero. (Windows does provide a
meaningful st_dev.) Files accessed from gdbservers that do not
support the vFile:fstat packet will also have st_ino set to zero.
Do not indicate a duplicate library in either case. While there
is no guarantee that a system that provides meaningful inode
numbers will never set st_ino to zero, this is merely an
optimization, so we do not need to worry about false negatives. */
if (bfd_stat (abfd, &abfd_stat) == 0
&& abfd_stat.st_ino != 0
&& bfd_stat (parent_objfile->obfd, &parent_stat) == 0)
{
if (abfd_stat.st_dev == parent_stat.st_dev
&& abfd_stat.st_ino == parent_stat.st_ino)
{
gdb_bfd_unref (abfd);
return 0;
}
verified_as_different = 1;
}
else
verified_as_different = 0;
file_crc_p = gdb_bfd_crc (abfd, &file_crc);
gdb_bfd_unref (abfd);
if (!file_crc_p)
return 0;
if (crc != file_crc)
{
unsigned long parent_crc;
/* If the files could not be verified as different with
bfd_stat then we need to calculate the parent's CRC
to verify whether the files are different or not. */
if (!verified_as_different)
{
if (!gdb_bfd_crc (parent_objfile->obfd, &parent_crc))
return 0;
}
if (verified_as_different || parent_crc != file_crc)
warning (_("the debug information found in \"%s\""
" does not match \"%s\" (CRC mismatch).\n"),
name, objfile_name (parent_objfile));
return 0;
}
return 1;
}
char *debug_file_directory = NULL;
static void
show_debug_file_directory (struct ui_file *file, int from_tty,
struct cmd_list_element *c, const char *value)
{
fprintf_filtered (file,
_("The directory where separate debug "
"symbols are searched for is \"%s\".\n"),
value);
}
#if ! defined (DEBUG_SUBDIRECTORY)
#define DEBUG_SUBDIRECTORY ".debug"
#endif
/* Find a separate debuginfo file for OBJFILE, using DIR as the directory
where the original file resides (may not be the same as
dirname(objfile->name) due to symlinks), and DEBUGLINK as the file we are
looking for. CANON_DIR is the "realpath" form of DIR.
DIR must contain a trailing '/'.
Returns the path of the file with separate debug info, of NULL. */
static char *
find_separate_debug_file (const char *dir,
const char *canon_dir,
const char *debuglink,
unsigned long crc32, struct objfile *objfile)
{
char *debugdir;
char *debugfile;
int i;
VEC (char_ptr) *debugdir_vec;
struct cleanup *back_to;
int ix;
/* Set I to max (strlen (canon_dir), strlen (dir)). */
i = strlen (dir);
if (canon_dir != NULL && strlen (canon_dir) > i)
i = strlen (canon_dir);
debugfile
= (char *) xmalloc (strlen (debug_file_directory) + 1
+ i
+ strlen (DEBUG_SUBDIRECTORY)
+ strlen ("/")
+ strlen (debuglink)
+ 1);
/* First try in the same directory as the original file. */
strcpy (debugfile, dir);
strcat (debugfile, debuglink);
if (separate_debug_file_exists (debugfile, crc32, objfile))
return debugfile;
/* Then try in the subdirectory named DEBUG_SUBDIRECTORY. */
strcpy (debugfile, dir);
strcat (debugfile, DEBUG_SUBDIRECTORY);
strcat (debugfile, "/");
strcat (debugfile, debuglink);
if (separate_debug_file_exists (debugfile, crc32, objfile))
return debugfile;
/* Then try in the global debugfile directories.
Keep backward compatibility so that DEBUG_FILE_DIRECTORY being "" will
cause "/..." lookups. */
debugdir_vec = dirnames_to_char_ptr_vec (debug_file_directory);
back_to = make_cleanup_free_char_ptr_vec (debugdir_vec);
for (ix = 0; VEC_iterate (char_ptr, debugdir_vec, ix, debugdir); ++ix)
{
strcpy (debugfile, debugdir);
strcat (debugfile, "/");
strcat (debugfile, dir);
strcat (debugfile, debuglink);
if (separate_debug_file_exists (debugfile, crc32, objfile))
{
do_cleanups (back_to);
return debugfile;
}
/* If the file is in the sysroot, try using its base path in the
global debugfile directory. */
if (canon_dir != NULL
&& filename_ncmp (canon_dir, gdb_sysroot,
strlen (gdb_sysroot)) == 0
&& IS_DIR_SEPARATOR (canon_dir[strlen (gdb_sysroot)]))
{
strcpy (debugfile, debugdir);
strcat (debugfile, canon_dir + strlen (gdb_sysroot));
strcat (debugfile, "/");
strcat (debugfile, debuglink);
if (separate_debug_file_exists (debugfile, crc32, objfile))
{
do_cleanups (back_to);
return debugfile;
}
}
}
do_cleanups (back_to);
xfree (debugfile);
return NULL;
}
/* Modify PATH to contain only "[/]directory/" part of PATH.
If there were no directory separators in PATH, PATH will be empty
string on return. */
static void
terminate_after_last_dir_separator (char *path)
{
int i;
/* Strip off the final filename part, leaving the directory name,
followed by a slash. The directory can be relative or absolute. */
for (i = strlen(path) - 1; i >= 0; i--)
if (IS_DIR_SEPARATOR (path[i]))
break;
/* If I is -1 then no directory is present there and DIR will be "". */
path[i + 1] = '\0';
}
/* Find separate debuginfo for OBJFILE (using .gnu_debuglink section).
Returns pathname, or NULL. */
char *
find_separate_debug_file_by_debuglink (struct objfile *objfile)
{
char *debuglink;
char *dir, *canon_dir;
char *debugfile;
unsigned long crc32;
struct cleanup *cleanups;
debuglink = bfd_get_debug_link_info (objfile->obfd, &crc32);
if (debuglink == NULL)
{
/* There's no separate debug info, hence there's no way we could
load it => no warning. */
return NULL;
}
cleanups = make_cleanup (xfree, debuglink);
dir = xstrdup (objfile_name (objfile));
make_cleanup (xfree, dir);
terminate_after_last_dir_separator (dir);
canon_dir = lrealpath (dir);
debugfile = find_separate_debug_file (dir, canon_dir, debuglink,
crc32, objfile);
xfree (canon_dir);
if (debugfile == NULL)
{
/* For PR gdb/9538, try again with realpath (if different from the
original). */
struct stat st_buf;
if (lstat (objfile_name (objfile), &st_buf) == 0
&& S_ISLNK (st_buf.st_mode))
{
char *symlink_dir;
symlink_dir = lrealpath (objfile_name (objfile));
if (symlink_dir != NULL)
{
make_cleanup (xfree, symlink_dir);
terminate_after_last_dir_separator (symlink_dir);
if (strcmp (dir, symlink_dir) != 0)
{
/* Different directory, so try using it. */
debugfile = find_separate_debug_file (symlink_dir,
symlink_dir,
debuglink,
crc32,
objfile);
}
}
}
}
do_cleanups (cleanups);
return debugfile;
}
/* This is the symbol-file command. Read the file, analyze its
symbols, and add a struct symtab to a symtab list. The syntax of
the command is rather bizarre:
1. The function buildargv implements various quoting conventions
which are undocumented and have little or nothing in common with
the way things are quoted (or not quoted) elsewhere in GDB.
2. Options are used, which are not generally used in GDB (perhaps
"set mapped on", "set readnow on" would be better)
3. The order of options matters, which is contrary to GNU
conventions (because it is confusing and inconvenient). */
void
symbol_file_command (char *args, int from_tty)
{
dont_repeat ();
if (args == NULL)
{
symbol_file_clear (from_tty);
}
else
{
char **argv = gdb_buildargv (args);
int flags = OBJF_USERLOADED;
struct cleanup *cleanups;
char *name = NULL;
cleanups = make_cleanup_freeargv (argv);
while (*argv != NULL)
{
if (strcmp (*argv, "-readnow") == 0)
flags |= OBJF_READNOW;
else if (**argv == '-')
error (_("unknown option `%s'"), *argv);
else
{
symbol_file_add_main_1 (*argv, from_tty, flags);
name = *argv;
}
argv++;
}
if (name == NULL)
error (_("no symbol file name was specified"));
do_cleanups (cleanups);
}
}
/* Set the initial language.
FIXME: A better solution would be to record the language in the
psymtab when reading partial symbols, and then use it (if known) to
set the language. This would be a win for formats that encode the
language in an easily discoverable place, such as DWARF. For
stabs, we can jump through hoops looking for specially named
symbols or try to intuit the language from the specific type of
stabs we find, but we can't do that until later when we read in
full symbols. */
void
set_initial_language (void)
{
enum language lang = main_language ();
if (lang == language_unknown)
{
char *name = main_name ();
struct symbol *sym = lookup_symbol (name, NULL, VAR_DOMAIN, NULL).symbol;
if (sym != NULL)
lang = SYMBOL_LANGUAGE (sym);
}
if (lang == language_unknown)
{
/* Make C the default language */
lang = language_c;
}
set_language (lang);
expected_language = current_language; /* Don't warn the user. */
}
/* Open the file specified by NAME and hand it off to BFD for
preliminary analysis. Return a newly initialized bfd *, which
includes a newly malloc'd` copy of NAME (tilde-expanded and made
absolute). In case of trouble, error() is called. */
bfd *
symfile_bfd_open (const char *name)
{
bfd *sym_bfd;
int desc = -1;
struct cleanup *back_to = make_cleanup (null_cleanup, 0);
if (!is_target_filename (name))
{
char *expanded_name, *absolute_name;
expanded_name = tilde_expand (name); /* Returns 1st new malloc'd copy. */
/* Look down path for it, allocate 2nd new malloc'd copy. */
desc = openp (getenv ("PATH"),
OPF_TRY_CWD_FIRST | OPF_RETURN_REALPATH,
expanded_name, O_RDONLY | O_BINARY, &absolute_name);
#if defined(__GO32__) || defined(_WIN32) || defined (__CYGWIN__)
if (desc < 0)
{
char *exename = (char *) alloca (strlen (expanded_name) + 5);
strcat (strcpy (exename, expanded_name), ".exe");
desc = openp (getenv ("PATH"),
OPF_TRY_CWD_FIRST | OPF_RETURN_REALPATH,
exename, O_RDONLY | O_BINARY, &absolute_name);
}
#endif
if (desc < 0)
{
make_cleanup (xfree, expanded_name);
perror_with_name (expanded_name);
}
xfree (expanded_name);
make_cleanup (xfree, absolute_name);
name = absolute_name;
}
sym_bfd = gdb_bfd_open (name, gnutarget, desc);
if (!sym_bfd)
error (_("`%s': can't open to read symbols: %s."), name,
bfd_errmsg (bfd_get_error ()));
if (!gdb_bfd_has_target_filename (sym_bfd))
bfd_set_cacheable (sym_bfd, 1);
if (!bfd_check_format (sym_bfd, bfd_object))
{
make_cleanup_bfd_unref (sym_bfd);
error (_("`%s': can't read symbols: %s."), name,
bfd_errmsg (bfd_get_error ()));
}
do_cleanups (back_to);
return sym_bfd;
}
/* Return the section index for SECTION_NAME on OBJFILE. Return -1 if
the section was not found. */
int
get_section_index (struct objfile *objfile, char *section_name)
{
asection *sect = bfd_get_section_by_name (objfile->obfd, section_name);
if (sect)
return sect->index;
else
return -1;
}
/* Link SF into the global symtab_fns list.
FLAVOUR is the file format that SF handles.
Called on startup by the _initialize routine in each object file format
reader, to register information about each format the reader is prepared
to handle. */
void
add_symtab_fns (enum bfd_flavour flavour, const struct sym_fns *sf)
{
registered_sym_fns fns = { flavour, sf };
VEC_safe_push (registered_sym_fns, symtab_fns, &fns);
}
/* Initialize OBJFILE to read symbols from its associated BFD. It
either returns or calls error(). The result is an initialized
struct sym_fns in the objfile structure, that contains cached
information about the symbol file. */
static const struct sym_fns *
find_sym_fns (bfd *abfd)
{
registered_sym_fns *rsf;
enum bfd_flavour our_flavour = bfd_get_flavour (abfd);
int i;
if (our_flavour == bfd_target_srec_flavour
|| our_flavour == bfd_target_ihex_flavour
|| our_flavour == bfd_target_tekhex_flavour)
return NULL; /* No symbols. */
for (i = 0; VEC_iterate (registered_sym_fns, symtab_fns, i, rsf); ++i)
if (our_flavour == rsf->sym_flavour)
return rsf->sym_fns;
error (_("I'm sorry, Dave, I can't do that. Symbol format `%s' unknown."),
bfd_get_target (abfd));
}
/* This function runs the load command of our current target. */
static void
load_command (char *arg, int from_tty)
{
struct cleanup *cleanup = make_cleanup (null_cleanup, NULL);
dont_repeat ();
/* The user might be reloading because the binary has changed. Take
this opportunity to check. */
reopen_exec_file ();
reread_symbols ();
if (arg == NULL)
{
char *parg;
int count = 0;
parg = arg = get_exec_file (1);
/* Count how many \ " ' tab space there are in the name. */
while ((parg = strpbrk (parg, "\\\"'\t ")))
{
parg++;
count++;
}
if (count)
{
/* We need to quote this string so buildargv can pull it apart. */
char *temp = (char *) xmalloc (strlen (arg) + count + 1 );
char *ptemp = temp;
char *prev;
make_cleanup (xfree, temp);
prev = parg = arg;
while ((parg = strpbrk (parg, "\\\"'\t ")))
{
strncpy (ptemp, prev, parg - prev);
ptemp += parg - prev;
prev = parg++;
*ptemp++ = '\\';
}
strcpy (ptemp, prev);
arg = temp;
}
}
target_load (arg, from_tty);
/* After re-loading the executable, we don't really know which
overlays are mapped any more. */
overlay_cache_invalid = 1;
do_cleanups (cleanup);
}
/* This version of "load" should be usable for any target. Currently
it is just used for remote targets, not inftarg.c or core files,
on the theory that only in that case is it useful.
Avoiding xmodem and the like seems like a win (a) because we don't have
to worry about finding it, and (b) On VMS, fork() is very slow and so
we don't want to run a subprocess. On the other hand, I'm not sure how
performance compares. */
static int validate_download = 0;
/* Callback service function for generic_load (bfd_map_over_sections). */
static void
add_section_size_callback (bfd *abfd, asection *asec, void *data)
{
bfd_size_type *sum = (bfd_size_type *) data;
*sum += bfd_get_section_size (asec);
}
/* Opaque data for load_section_callback. */
struct load_section_data {
CORE_ADDR load_offset;
struct load_progress_data *progress_data;
VEC(memory_write_request_s) *requests;
};
/* Opaque data for load_progress. */
struct load_progress_data {
/* Cumulative data. */
unsigned long write_count;
unsigned long data_count;
bfd_size_type total_size;
};
/* Opaque data for load_progress for a single section. */
struct load_progress_section_data {
struct load_progress_data *cumulative;
/* Per-section data. */
const char *section_name;
ULONGEST section_sent;
ULONGEST section_size;
CORE_ADDR lma;
gdb_byte *buffer;
};
/* Target write callback routine for progress reporting. */
static void
load_progress (ULONGEST bytes, void *untyped_arg)
{
struct load_progress_section_data *args
= (struct load_progress_section_data *) untyped_arg;
struct load_progress_data *totals;
if (args == NULL)
/* Writing padding data. No easy way to get at the cumulative
stats, so just ignore this. */
return;
totals = args->cumulative;
if (bytes == 0 && args->section_sent == 0)
{
/* The write is just starting. Let the user know we've started
this section. */
ui_out_message (current_uiout, 0, "Loading section %s, size %s lma %s\n",
args->section_name, hex_string (args->section_size),
paddress (target_gdbarch (), args->lma));
return;
}
if (validate_download)
{
/* Broken memories and broken monitors manifest themselves here
when bring new computers to life. This doubles already slow
downloads. */
/* NOTE: cagney/1999-10-18: A more efficient implementation
might add a verify_memory() method to the target vector and
then use that. remote.c could implement that method using
the ``qCRC'' packet. */
gdb_byte *check = (gdb_byte *) xmalloc (bytes);
struct cleanup *verify_cleanups = make_cleanup (xfree, check);
if (target_read_memory (args->lma, check, bytes) != 0)
error (_("Download verify read failed at %s"),
paddress (target_gdbarch (), args->lma));
if (memcmp (args->buffer, check, bytes) != 0)
error (_("Download verify compare failed at %s"),
paddress (target_gdbarch (), args->lma));
do_cleanups (verify_cleanups);
}
totals->data_count += bytes;
args->lma += bytes;
args->buffer += bytes;
totals->write_count += 1;
args->section_sent += bytes;
if (check_quit_flag ()
|| (deprecated_ui_load_progress_hook != NULL
&& deprecated_ui_load_progress_hook (args->section_name,
args->section_sent)))
error (_("Canceled the download"));
if (deprecated_show_load_progress != NULL)
deprecated_show_load_progress (args->section_name,
args->section_sent,
args->section_size,
totals->data_count,
totals->total_size);
}
/* Callback service function for generic_load (bfd_map_over_sections). */
static void
load_section_callback (bfd *abfd, asection *asec, void *data)
{
struct memory_write_request *new_request;
struct load_section_data *args = (struct load_section_data *) data;
struct load_progress_section_data *section_data;
bfd_size_type size = bfd_get_section_size (asec);
gdb_byte *buffer;
const char *sect_name = bfd_get_section_name (abfd, asec);
if ((bfd_get_section_flags (abfd, asec) & SEC_LOAD) == 0)
return;
if (size == 0)
return;
new_request = VEC_safe_push (memory_write_request_s,
args->requests, NULL);
memset (new_request, 0, sizeof (struct memory_write_request));
section_data = XCNEW (struct load_progress_section_data);
new_request->begin = bfd_section_lma (abfd, asec) + args->load_offset;
new_request->end = new_request->begin + size; /* FIXME Should size
be in instead? */
new_request->data = (gdb_byte *) xmalloc (size);
new_request->baton = section_data;
buffer = new_request->data;
section_data->cumulative = args->progress_data;
section_data->section_name = sect_name;
section_data->section_size = size;
section_data->lma = new_request->begin;
section_data->buffer = buffer;
bfd_get_section_contents (abfd, asec, buffer, 0, size);
}
/* Clean up an entire memory request vector, including load
data and progress records. */
static void
clear_memory_write_data (void *arg)
{
VEC(memory_write_request_s) **vec_p = (VEC(memory_write_request_s) **) arg;
VEC(memory_write_request_s) *vec = *vec_p;
int i;
struct memory_write_request *mr;
for (i = 0; VEC_iterate (memory_write_request_s, vec, i, mr); ++i)
{
xfree (mr->data);
xfree (mr->baton);
}
VEC_free (memory_write_request_s, vec);
}
void
generic_load (const char *args, int from_tty)
{
bfd *loadfile_bfd;
struct timeval start_time, end_time;
char *filename;
struct cleanup *old_cleanups = make_cleanup (null_cleanup, 0);
struct load_section_data cbdata;
struct load_progress_data total_progress;
struct ui_out *uiout = current_uiout;
CORE_ADDR entry;
char **argv;
memset (&cbdata, 0, sizeof (cbdata));
memset (&total_progress, 0, sizeof (total_progress));
cbdata.progress_data = &total_progress;
make_cleanup (clear_memory_write_data, &cbdata.requests);
if (args == NULL)
error_no_arg (_("file to load"));
argv = gdb_buildargv (args);
make_cleanup_freeargv (argv);
filename = tilde_expand (argv[0]);
make_cleanup (xfree, filename);
if (argv[1] != NULL)
{
const char *endptr;
cbdata.load_offset = strtoulst (argv[1], &endptr, 0);
/* If the last word was not a valid number then
treat it as a file name with spaces in. */
if (argv[1] == endptr)
error (_("Invalid download offset:%s."), argv[1]);
if (argv[2] != NULL)
error (_("Too many parameters."));
}
/* Open the file for loading. */
loadfile_bfd = gdb_bfd_open (filename, gnutarget, -1);
if (loadfile_bfd == NULL)
{
perror_with_name (filename);
return;
}
make_cleanup_bfd_unref (loadfile_bfd);
if (!bfd_check_format (loadfile_bfd, bfd_object))
{
error (_("\"%s\" is not an object file: %s"), filename,
bfd_errmsg (bfd_get_error ()));
}
bfd_map_over_sections (loadfile_bfd, add_section_size_callback,
(void *) &total_progress.total_size);
bfd_map_over_sections (loadfile_bfd, load_section_callback, &cbdata);
gettimeofday (&start_time, NULL);
if (target_write_memory_blocks (cbdata.requests, flash_discard,
load_progress) != 0)
error (_("Load failed"));
gettimeofday (&end_time, NULL);
entry = bfd_get_start_address (loadfile_bfd);
entry = gdbarch_addr_bits_remove (target_gdbarch (), entry);
ui_out_text (uiout, "Start address ");
ui_out_field_fmt (uiout, "address", "%s", paddress (target_gdbarch (), entry));
ui_out_text (uiout, ", load size ");
ui_out_field_fmt (uiout, "load-size", "%lu", total_progress.data_count);
ui_out_text (uiout, "\n");
regcache_write_pc (get_current_regcache (), entry);
/* Reset breakpoints, now that we have changed the load image. For
instance, breakpoints may have been set (or reset, by
post_create_inferior) while connected to the target but before we
loaded the program. In that case, the prologue analyzer could
have read instructions from the target to find the right
breakpoint locations. Loading has changed the contents of that
memory. */
breakpoint_re_set ();
print_transfer_performance (gdb_stdout, total_progress.data_count,
total_progress.write_count,
&start_time, &end_time);
do_cleanups (old_cleanups);
}
/* Report how fast the transfer went. */
void
print_transfer_performance (struct ui_file *stream,
unsigned long data_count,
unsigned long write_count,
const struct timeval *start_time,
const struct timeval *end_time)
{
ULONGEST time_count;
struct ui_out *uiout = current_uiout;
/* Compute the elapsed time in milliseconds, as a tradeoff between
accuracy and overflow. */
time_count = (end_time->tv_sec - start_time->tv_sec) * 1000;
time_count += (end_time->tv_usec - start_time->tv_usec) / 1000;
ui_out_text (uiout, "Transfer rate: ");
if (time_count > 0)
{
unsigned long rate = ((ULONGEST) data_count * 1000) / time_count;
if (ui_out_is_mi_like_p (uiout))
{
ui_out_field_fmt (uiout, "transfer-rate", "%lu", rate * 8);
ui_out_text (uiout, " bits/sec");
}
else if (rate < 1024)
{
ui_out_field_fmt (uiout, "transfer-rate", "%lu", rate);
ui_out_text (uiout, " bytes/sec");
}
else
{
ui_out_field_fmt (uiout, "transfer-rate", "%lu", rate / 1024);
ui_out_text (uiout, " KB/sec");
}
}
else
{
ui_out_field_fmt (uiout, "transferred-bits", "%lu", (data_count * 8));
ui_out_text (uiout, " bits in <1 sec");
}
if (write_count > 0)
{
ui_out_text (uiout, ", ");
ui_out_field_fmt (uiout, "write-rate", "%lu", data_count / write_count);
ui_out_text (uiout, " bytes/write");
}
ui_out_text (uiout, ".\n");
}
/* This function allows the addition of incrementally linked object files.
It does not modify any state in the target, only in the debugger. */
/* Note: ezannoni 2000-04-13 This function/command used to have a
special case syntax for the rombug target (Rombug is the boot
monitor for Microware's OS-9 / OS-9000, see remote-os9k.c). In the
rombug case, the user doesn't need to supply a text address,
instead a call to target_link() (in target.c) would supply the
value to use. We are now discontinuing this type of ad hoc syntax. */
static void
add_symbol_file_command (char *args, int from_tty)
{
struct gdbarch *gdbarch = get_current_arch ();
char *filename = NULL;
int flags = OBJF_USERLOADED | OBJF_SHARED;
char *arg;
int section_index = 0;
int argcnt = 0;
int sec_num = 0;
int i;
int expecting_sec_name = 0;
int expecting_sec_addr = 0;
char **argv;
struct objfile *objf;
struct sect_opt
{
char *name;
char *value;
};
struct section_addr_info *section_addrs;
struct sect_opt *sect_opts = NULL;
size_t num_sect_opts = 0;
struct cleanup *my_cleanups = make_cleanup (null_cleanup, NULL);
num_sect_opts = 16;
sect_opts = XNEWVEC (struct sect_opt, num_sect_opts);
dont_repeat ();
if (args == NULL)
error (_("add-symbol-file takes a file name and an address"));
argv = gdb_buildargv (args);
make_cleanup_freeargv (argv);
for (arg = argv[0], argcnt = 0; arg != NULL; arg = argv[++argcnt])
{
/* Process the argument. */
if (argcnt == 0)
{
/* The first argument is the file name. */
filename = tilde_expand (arg);
make_cleanup (xfree, filename);
}
else if (argcnt == 1)
{
/* The second argument is always the text address at which
to load the program. */
sect_opts[section_index].name = ".text";
sect_opts[section_index].value = arg;
if (++section_index >= num_sect_opts)
{
num_sect_opts *= 2;
sect_opts = ((struct sect_opt *)
xrealloc (sect_opts,
num_sect_opts
* sizeof (struct sect_opt)));
}
}
else
{
/* It's an option (starting with '-') or it's an argument
to an option. */
if (expecting_sec_name)
{
sect_opts[section_index].name = arg;
expecting_sec_name = 0;
}
else if (expecting_sec_addr)
{
sect_opts[section_index].value = arg;
expecting_sec_addr = 0;
if (++section_index >= num_sect_opts)
{
num_sect_opts *= 2;
sect_opts = ((struct sect_opt *)
xrealloc (sect_opts,
num_sect_opts
* sizeof (struct sect_opt)));
}
}
else if (strcmp (arg, "-readnow") == 0)
flags |= OBJF_READNOW;
else if (strcmp (arg, "-s") == 0)
{
expecting_sec_name = 1;
expecting_sec_addr = 1;
}
else
error (_("USAGE: add-symbol-file <filename> <textaddress>"
" [-readnow] [-s <secname> <addr>]*"));
}
}
/* This command takes at least two arguments. The first one is a
filename, and the second is the address where this file has been
loaded. Abort now if this address hasn't been provided by the
user. */
if (section_index < 1)
error (_("The address where %s has been loaded is missing"), filename);
/* Print the prompt for the query below. And save the arguments into
a sect_addr_info structure to be passed around to other
functions. We have to split this up into separate print
statements because hex_string returns a local static
string. */
printf_unfiltered (_("add symbol table from file \"%s\" at\n"), filename);
section_addrs = alloc_section_addr_info (section_index);
make_cleanup (xfree, section_addrs);
for (i = 0; i < section_index; i++)
{
CORE_ADDR addr;
char *val = sect_opts[i].value;
char *sec = sect_opts[i].name;
addr = parse_and_eval_address (val);
/* Here we store the section offsets in the order they were
entered on the command line. */
section_addrs->other[sec_num].name = sec;
section_addrs->other[sec_num].addr = addr;
printf_unfiltered ("\t%s_addr = %s\n", sec,
paddress (gdbarch, addr));
sec_num++;
/* The object's sections are initialized when a
call is made to build_objfile_section_table (objfile).
This happens in reread_symbols.
At this point, we don't know what file type this is,
so we can't determine what section names are valid. */
}
section_addrs->num_sections = sec_num;
if (from_tty && (!query ("%s", "")))
error (_("Not confirmed."));
objf = symbol_file_add (filename, from_tty ? SYMFILE_VERBOSE : 0,
section_addrs, flags);
add_target_sections_of_objfile (objf);
/* Getting new symbols may change our opinion about what is
frameless. */
reinit_frame_cache ();
do_cleanups (my_cleanups);
}
/* This function removes a symbol file that was added via add-symbol-file. */
static void
remove_symbol_file_command (char *args, int from_tty)
{
char **argv;
struct objfile *objf = NULL;
struct cleanup *my_cleanups;
struct program_space *pspace = current_program_space;
dont_repeat ();
if (args == NULL)
error (_("remove-symbol-file: no symbol file provided"));
my_cleanups = make_cleanup (null_cleanup, NULL);
argv = gdb_buildargv (args);
if (strcmp (argv[0], "-a") == 0)
{
/* Interpret the next argument as an address. */
CORE_ADDR addr;
if (argv[1] == NULL)
error (_("Missing address argument"));
if (argv[2] != NULL)
error (_("Junk after %s"), argv[1]);
addr = parse_and_eval_address (argv[1]);
ALL_OBJFILES (objf)
{
if ((objf->flags & OBJF_USERLOADED) != 0
&& (objf->flags & OBJF_SHARED) != 0
&& objf->pspace == pspace && is_addr_in_objfile (addr, objf))
break;
}
}
else if (argv[0] != NULL)
{
/* Interpret the current argument as a file name. */
char *filename;
if (argv[1] != NULL)
error (_("Junk after %s"), argv[0]);
filename = tilde_expand (argv[0]);
make_cleanup (xfree, filename);
ALL_OBJFILES (objf)
{
if ((objf->flags & OBJF_USERLOADED) != 0
&& (objf->flags & OBJF_SHARED) != 0
&& objf->pspace == pspace
&& filename_cmp (filename, objfile_name (objf)) == 0)
break;
}
}
if (objf == NULL)
error (_("No symbol file found"));
if (from_tty
&& !query (_("Remove symbol table from file \"%s\"? "),
objfile_name (objf)))
error (_("Not confirmed."));
free_objfile (objf);
clear_symtab_users (0);
do_cleanups (my_cleanups);
}
typedef struct objfile *objfilep;
DEF_VEC_P (objfilep);
/* Re-read symbols if a symbol-file has changed. */
void
reread_symbols (void)
{
struct objfile *objfile;
long new_modtime;
struct stat new_statbuf;
int res;
VEC (objfilep) *new_objfiles = NULL;
struct cleanup *all_cleanups;
all_cleanups = make_cleanup (VEC_cleanup (objfilep), &new_objfiles);
/* With the addition of shared libraries, this should be modified,
the load time should be saved in the partial symbol tables, since
different tables may come from different source files. FIXME.
This routine should then walk down each partial symbol table
and see if the symbol table that it originates from has been changed. */
for (objfile = object_files; objfile; objfile = objfile->next)
{
if (objfile->obfd == NULL)
continue;
/* Separate debug objfiles are handled in the main objfile. */
if (objfile->separate_debug_objfile_backlink)
continue;
/* If this object is from an archive (what you usually create with
`ar', often called a `static library' on most systems, though
a `shared library' on AIX is also an archive), then you should
stat on the archive name, not member name. */
if (objfile->obfd->my_archive)
res = stat (objfile->obfd->my_archive->filename, &new_statbuf);
else
res = stat (objfile_name (objfile), &new_statbuf);
if (res != 0)
{
/* FIXME, should use print_sys_errmsg but it's not filtered. */
printf_unfiltered (_("`%s' has disappeared; keeping its symbols.\n"),
objfile_name (objfile));
continue;
}
new_modtime = new_statbuf.st_mtime;
if (new_modtime != objfile->mtime)
{
struct cleanup *old_cleanups;
struct section_offsets *offsets;
int num_offsets;
char *original_name;
printf_unfiltered (_("`%s' has changed; re-reading symbols.\n"),
objfile_name (objfile));
/* There are various functions like symbol_file_add,
symfile_bfd_open, syms_from_objfile, etc., which might
appear to do what we want. But they have various other
effects which we *don't* want. So we just do stuff
ourselves. We don't worry about mapped files (for one thing,
any mapped file will be out of date). */
/* If we get an error, blow away this objfile (not sure if
that is the correct response for things like shared
libraries). */
old_cleanups = make_cleanup_free_objfile (objfile);
/* We need to do this whenever any symbols go away. */
make_cleanup (clear_symtab_users_cleanup, 0 /*ignore*/);
if (exec_bfd != NULL
&& filename_cmp (bfd_get_filename (objfile->obfd),
bfd_get_filename (exec_bfd)) == 0)
{
/* Reload EXEC_BFD without asking anything. */
exec_file_attach (bfd_get_filename (objfile->obfd), 0);
}
/* Keep the calls order approx. the same as in free_objfile. */
/* Free the separate debug objfiles. It will be
automatically recreated by sym_read. */
free_objfile_separate_debug (objfile);
/* Remove any references to this objfile in the global
value lists. */
preserve_values (objfile);
/* Nuke all the state that we will re-read. Much of the following
code which sets things to NULL really is necessary to tell
other parts of GDB that there is nothing currently there.
Try to keep the freeing order compatible with free_objfile. */
if (objfile->sf != NULL)
{
(*objfile->sf->sym_finish) (objfile);
}
clear_objfile_data (objfile);
/* Clean up any state BFD has sitting around. */
{
struct bfd *obfd = objfile->obfd;
char *obfd_filename;
obfd_filename = bfd_get_filename (objfile->obfd);
/* Open the new BFD before freeing the old one, so that
the filename remains live. */
objfile->obfd = gdb_bfd_open (obfd_filename, gnutarget, -1);
if (objfile->obfd == NULL)
{
/* We have to make a cleanup and error here, rather
than erroring later, because once we unref OBFD,
OBFD_FILENAME will be freed. */
make_cleanup_bfd_unref (obfd);
error (_("Can't open %s to read symbols."), obfd_filename);
}
gdb_bfd_unref (obfd);
}
original_name = xstrdup (objfile->original_name);
make_cleanup (xfree, original_name);
/* bfd_openr sets cacheable to true, which is what we want. */
if (!bfd_check_format (objfile->obfd, bfd_object))
error (_("Can't read symbols from %s: %s."), objfile_name (objfile),
bfd_errmsg (bfd_get_error ()));
/* Save the offsets, we will nuke them with the rest of the
objfile_obstack. */
num_offsets = objfile->num_sections;
offsets = ((struct section_offsets *)
alloca (SIZEOF_N_SECTION_OFFSETS (num_offsets)));
memcpy (offsets, objfile->section_offsets,
SIZEOF_N_SECTION_OFFSETS (num_offsets));
/* FIXME: Do we have to free a whole linked list, or is this
enough? */
if (objfile->global_psymbols.list)
xfree (objfile->global_psymbols.list);
memset (&objfile->global_psymbols, 0,
sizeof (objfile->global_psymbols));
if (objfile->static_psymbols.list)
xfree (objfile->static_psymbols.list);
memset (&objfile->static_psymbols, 0,
sizeof (objfile->static_psymbols));
/* Free the obstacks for non-reusable objfiles. */
psymbol_bcache_free (objfile->psymbol_cache);
objfile->psymbol_cache = psymbol_bcache_init ();
obstack_free (&objfile->objfile_obstack, 0);
objfile->sections = NULL;
objfile->compunit_symtabs = NULL;
objfile->psymtabs = NULL;
objfile->psymtabs_addrmap = NULL;
objfile->free_psymtabs = NULL;
objfile->template_symbols = NULL;
/* obstack_init also initializes the obstack so it is
empty. We could use obstack_specify_allocation but
gdb_obstack.h specifies the alloc/dealloc functions. */
obstack_init (&objfile->objfile_obstack);
/* set_objfile_per_bfd potentially allocates the per-bfd
data on the objfile's obstack (if sharing data across
multiple users is not possible), so it's important to
do it *after* the obstack has been initialized. */
set_objfile_per_bfd (objfile);
objfile->original_name
= (char *) obstack_copy0 (&objfile->objfile_obstack, original_name,
strlen (original_name));
/* Reset the sym_fns pointer. The ELF reader can change it
based on whether .gdb_index is present, and we need it to
start over. PR symtab/15885 */
objfile_set_sym_fns (objfile, find_sym_fns (objfile->obfd));
build_objfile_section_table (objfile);
terminate_minimal_symbol_table (objfile);
/* We use the same section offsets as from last time. I'm not
sure whether that is always correct for shared libraries. */
objfile->section_offsets = (struct section_offsets *)
obstack_alloc (&objfile->objfile_obstack,
SIZEOF_N_SECTION_OFFSETS (num_offsets));
memcpy (objfile->section_offsets, offsets,
SIZEOF_N_SECTION_OFFSETS (num_offsets));
objfile->num_sections = num_offsets;
/* What the hell is sym_new_init for, anyway? The concept of
distinguishing between the main file and additional files
in this way seems rather dubious. */
if (objfile == symfile_objfile)
{
(*objfile->sf->sym_new_init) (objfile);
}
(*objfile->sf->sym_init) (objfile);
clear_complaints (&symfile_complaints, 1, 1);
objfile->flags &= ~OBJF_PSYMTABS_READ;
read_symbols (objfile, 0);
if (!objfile_has_symbols (objfile))
{
wrap_here ("");
printf_unfiltered (_("(no debugging symbols found)\n"));
wrap_here ("");
}
/* We're done reading the symbol file; finish off complaints. */
clear_complaints (&symfile_complaints, 0, 1);
/* Getting new symbols may change our opinion about what is
frameless. */
reinit_frame_cache ();
/* Discard cleanups as symbol reading was successful. */
discard_cleanups (old_cleanups);
/* If the mtime has changed between the time we set new_modtime
and now, we *want* this to be out of date, so don't call stat
again now. */
objfile->mtime = new_modtime;
init_entry_point_info (objfile);
VEC_safe_push (objfilep, new_objfiles, objfile);
}
}
if (new_objfiles)
{
int ix;
/* Notify objfiles that we've modified objfile sections. */
objfiles_changed ();
clear_symtab_users (0);
/* clear_objfile_data for each objfile was called before freeing it and
observer_notify_new_objfile (NULL) has been called by
clear_symtab_users above. Notify the new files now. */
for (ix = 0; VEC_iterate (objfilep, new_objfiles, ix, objfile); ix++)
observer_notify_new_objfile (objfile);
/* At least one objfile has changed, so we can consider that
the executable we're debugging has changed too. */
observer_notify_executable_changed ();
}
do_cleanups (all_cleanups);
}
typedef struct
{
char *ext;
enum language lang;
} filename_language;
DEF_VEC_O (filename_language);
static VEC (filename_language) *filename_language_table;
/* See symfile.h. */
void
add_filename_language (const char *ext, enum language lang)
{
filename_language entry;
entry.ext = xstrdup (ext);
entry.lang = lang;
VEC_safe_push (filename_language, filename_language_table, &entry);
}
static char *ext_args;
static void
show_ext_args (struct ui_file *file, int from_tty,
struct cmd_list_element *c, const char *value)
{
fprintf_filtered (file,
_("Mapping between filename extension "
"and source language is \"%s\".\n"),
value);
}
static void
set_ext_lang_command (char *args, int from_tty, struct cmd_list_element *e)
{
int i;
char *cp = ext_args;
enum language lang;
filename_language *entry;
/* First arg is filename extension, starting with '.' */
if (*cp != '.')
error (_("'%s': Filename extension must begin with '.'"), ext_args);
/* Find end of first arg. */
while (*cp && !isspace (*cp))
cp++;
if (*cp == '\0')
error (_("'%s': two arguments required -- "
"filename extension and language"),
ext_args);
/* Null-terminate first arg. */
*cp++ = '\0';
/* Find beginning of second arg, which should be a source language. */
cp = skip_spaces (cp);
if (*cp == '\0')
error (_("'%s': two arguments required -- "
"filename extension and language"),
ext_args);
/* Lookup the language from among those we know. */
lang = language_enum (cp);
/* Now lookup the filename extension: do we already know it? */
for (i = 0;
VEC_iterate (filename_language, filename_language_table, i, entry);
++i)
{
if (0 == strcmp (ext_args, entry->ext))
break;
}
if (entry == NULL)
{
/* New file extension. */
add_filename_language (ext_args, lang);
}
else
{
/* Redefining a previously known filename extension. */
/* if (from_tty) */
/* query ("Really make files of type %s '%s'?", */
/* ext_args, language_str (lang)); */
xfree (entry->ext);
entry->ext = xstrdup (ext_args);
entry->lang = lang;
}
}
static void
info_ext_lang_command (char *args, int from_tty)
{
int i;
filename_language *entry;
printf_filtered (_("Filename extensions and the languages they represent:"));
printf_filtered ("\n\n");
for (i = 0;
VEC_iterate (filename_language, filename_language_table, i, entry);
++i)
printf_filtered ("\t%s\t- %s\n", entry->ext, language_str (entry->lang));
}
enum language
deduce_language_from_filename (const char *filename)
{
int i;
const char *cp;
if (filename != NULL)
if ((cp = strrchr (filename, '.')) != NULL)
{
filename_language *entry;
for (i = 0;
VEC_iterate (filename_language, filename_language_table, i, entry);
++i)
if (strcmp (cp, entry->ext) == 0)
return entry->lang;
}
return language_unknown;
}
/* Allocate and initialize a new symbol table.
CUST is from the result of allocate_compunit_symtab. */
struct symtab *
allocate_symtab (struct compunit_symtab *cust, const char *filename)
{
struct objfile *objfile = cust->objfile;
struct symtab *symtab
= OBSTACK_ZALLOC (&objfile->objfile_obstack, struct symtab);
symtab->filename
= (const char *) bcache (filename, strlen (filename) + 1,
objfile->per_bfd->filename_cache);
symtab->fullname = NULL;
symtab->language = deduce_language_from_filename (filename);
/* This can be very verbose with lots of headers.
Only print at higher debug levels. */
if (symtab_create_debug >= 2)
{
/* Be a bit clever with debugging messages, and don't print objfile
every time, only when it changes. */
static char *last_objfile_name = NULL;
if (last_objfile_name == NULL
|| strcmp (last_objfile_name, objfile_name (objfile)) != 0)
{
xfree (last_objfile_name);
last_objfile_name = xstrdup (objfile_name (objfile));
fprintf_unfiltered (gdb_stdlog,
"Creating one or more symtabs for objfile %s ...\n",
last_objfile_name);
}
fprintf_unfiltered (gdb_stdlog,
"Created symtab %s for module %s.\n",
host_address_to_string (symtab), filename);
}
/* Add it to CUST's list of symtabs. */
if (cust->filetabs == NULL)
{
cust->filetabs = symtab;
cust->last_filetab = symtab;
}
else
{
cust->last_filetab->next = symtab;
cust->last_filetab = symtab;
}
/* Backlink to the containing compunit symtab. */
symtab->compunit_symtab = cust;
return symtab;
}
/* Allocate and initialize a new compunit.
NAME is the name of the main source file, if there is one, or some
descriptive text if there are no source files. */
struct compunit_symtab *
allocate_compunit_symtab (struct objfile *objfile, const char *name)
{
struct compunit_symtab *cu = OBSTACK_ZALLOC (&objfile->objfile_obstack,
struct compunit_symtab);
const char *saved_name;
cu->objfile = objfile;