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/* Read AIX xcoff symbol tables and convert to internal format, for GDB.
Copyright (C) 1986-2016 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
Derived from coffread.c, dbxread.c, and a lot of hacking.
Contributed by IBM Corporation.
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 "bfd.h"
#include <sys/types.h>
#include <fcntl.h>
#include <ctype.h>
#ifdef HAVE_SYS_FILE_H
#include <sys/file.h>
#endif
#include <sys/stat.h>
#include "coff/internal.h"
#include "libcoff.h" /* FIXME, internal data from BFD */
#include "coff/xcoff.h"
#include "libxcoff.h"
#include "coff/rs6000.h"
#include "xcoffread.h"
#include "symtab.h"
#include "gdbtypes.h"
/* FIXME: ezannoni/2004-02-13 Verify if the include below is really needed. */
#include "symfile.h"
#include "objfiles.h"
#include "buildsym.h"
#include "stabsread.h"
#include "expression.h"
#include "complaints.h"
#include "psympriv.h"
#include "gdb-stabs.h"
/* For interface with stabsread.c. */
#include "aout/stab_gnu.h"
/* Key for XCOFF-associated data. */
static const struct objfile_data *xcoff_objfile_data_key;
/* We put a pointer to this structure in the read_symtab_private field
of the psymtab. */
struct symloc
{
/* First symbol number for this file. */
int first_symnum;
/* Number of symbols in the section of the symbol table devoted to
this file's symbols (actually, the section bracketed may contain
more than just this file's symbols). If numsyms is 0, the only
reason for this thing's existence is the dependency list. Nothing
else will happen when it is read in. */
int numsyms;
/* Position of the start of the line number information for this
psymtab. */
unsigned int lineno_off;
};
/* Remember what we deduced to be the source language of this psymtab. */
static enum language psymtab_language = language_unknown;
/* Simplified internal version of coff symbol table information. */
struct coff_symbol
{
char *c_name;
int c_symnum; /* Symbol number of this entry. */
int c_naux; /* 0 if syment only, 1 if syment + auxent. */
CORE_ADDR c_value;
unsigned char c_sclass;
int c_secnum;
unsigned int c_type;
};
/* Last function's saved coff symbol `cs'. */
static struct coff_symbol fcn_cs_saved;
static bfd *symfile_bfd;
/* Core address of start and end of text of current source file.
This is calculated from the first function seen after a C_FILE
symbol. */
static CORE_ADDR cur_src_end_addr;
/* Core address of the end of the first object file. */
static CORE_ADDR first_object_file_end;
/* Initial symbol-table-debug-string vector length. */
#define INITIAL_STABVECTOR_LENGTH 40
/* Size of a COFF symbol. I think it is always 18, so I'm not sure
there is any reason not to just use a #define, but might as well
ask BFD for the size and store it here, I guess. */
static unsigned local_symesz;
struct coff_symfile_info
{
file_ptr min_lineno_offset; /* Where in file lowest line#s are. */
file_ptr max_lineno_offset; /* 1+last byte of line#s in file. */
/* Pointer to the string table. */
char *strtbl;
/* Pointer to debug section. */
char *debugsec;
/* Pointer to the a.out symbol table. */
char *symtbl;
/* Number of symbols in symtbl. */
int symtbl_num_syms;
/* Offset in data section to TOC anchor. */
CORE_ADDR toc_offset;
};
/* Convenience macro to access the per-objfile XCOFF data. */
#define XCOFF_DATA(objfile) \
((struct coff_symfile_info *) objfile_data ((objfile), \
xcoff_objfile_data_key))
/* XCOFF names for dwarf sections. There is no compressed sections. */
static const struct dwarf2_debug_sections dwarf2_xcoff_names = {
{ ".dwinfo", NULL },
{ ".dwabrev", NULL },
{ ".dwline", NULL },
{ ".dwloc", NULL },
/* AIX XCOFF defines one, named DWARF section for macro debug information.
XLC does not generate debug_macinfo for DWARF4 and below.
The section is assigned to debug_macro for DWARF5 and above. */
{ NULL, NULL },
{ ".dwmac", NULL },
{ ".dwstr", NULL },
{ ".dwrnges", NULL },
{ ".dwpbtyp", NULL },
{ NULL, NULL }, /* debug_addr */
{ ".dwframe", NULL },
{ NULL, NULL }, /* eh_frame */
{ NULL, NULL }, /* gdb_index */
23
};
static void
bf_notfound_complaint (void)
{
complaint (&symfile_complaints,
_("line numbers off, `.bf' symbol not found"));
}
static void
ef_complaint (int arg1)
{
complaint (&symfile_complaints,
_("Mismatched .ef symbol ignored starting at symnum %d"), arg1);
}
static void
eb_complaint (int arg1)
{
complaint (&symfile_complaints,
_("Mismatched .eb symbol ignored starting at symnum %d"), arg1);
}
static void xcoff_initial_scan (struct objfile *, int);
static void scan_xcoff_symtab (struct objfile *);
static char *xcoff_next_symbol_text (struct objfile *);
static void record_include_begin (struct coff_symbol *);
static void
enter_line_range (struct subfile *, unsigned, unsigned,
CORE_ADDR, CORE_ADDR, unsigned *);
static void init_stringtab (bfd *, file_ptr, struct objfile *);
static void xcoff_symfile_init (struct objfile *);
static void xcoff_new_init (struct objfile *);
static void xcoff_symfile_finish (struct objfile *);
static char *coff_getfilename (union internal_auxent *, struct objfile *);
static void read_symbol (struct internal_syment *, int);
static int read_symbol_lineno (int);
static CORE_ADDR read_symbol_nvalue (int);
static struct symbol *process_xcoff_symbol (struct coff_symbol *,
struct objfile *);
static void read_xcoff_symtab (struct objfile *, struct partial_symtab *);
#if 0
static void add_stab_to_list (char *, struct pending_stabs **);
#endif
static int compare_lte (const void *, const void *);
static struct linetable *arrange_linetable (struct linetable *);
static void record_include_end (struct coff_symbol *);
static void process_linenos (CORE_ADDR, CORE_ADDR);
/* Translate from a COFF section number (target_index) to a SECT_OFF_*
code. */
static int secnum_to_section (int, struct objfile *);
static asection *secnum_to_bfd_section (int, struct objfile *);
struct find_targ_sec_arg
{
int targ_index;
int *resultp;
asection **bfd_sect;
struct objfile *objfile;
};
static void find_targ_sec (bfd *, asection *, void *);
static void
find_targ_sec (bfd *abfd, asection *sect, void *obj)
{
struct find_targ_sec_arg *args = (struct find_targ_sec_arg *) obj;
struct objfile *objfile = args->objfile;
if (sect->target_index == args->targ_index)
{
/* This is the section. Figure out what SECT_OFF_* code it is. */
if (bfd_get_section_flags (abfd, sect) & SEC_CODE)
*args->resultp = SECT_OFF_TEXT (objfile);
else if (bfd_get_section_flags (abfd, sect) & SEC_LOAD)
*args->resultp = SECT_OFF_DATA (objfile);
else
*args->resultp = gdb_bfd_section_index (abfd, sect);
*args->bfd_sect = sect;
}
}
/* Search all BFD sections for the section whose target_index is
equal to N_SCNUM. Set *BFD_SECT to that section. The section's
associated index in the objfile's section_offset table is also
stored in *SECNUM.
If no match is found, *BFD_SECT is set to NULL, and *SECNUM
is set to the text section's number. */
static void
xcoff_secnum_to_sections (int n_scnum, struct objfile *objfile,
asection **bfd_sect, int *secnum)
{
struct find_targ_sec_arg args;
args.targ_index = n_scnum;
args.resultp = secnum;
args.bfd_sect = bfd_sect;
args.objfile = objfile;
*bfd_sect = NULL;
*secnum = SECT_OFF_TEXT (objfile);
bfd_map_over_sections (objfile->obfd, find_targ_sec, &args);
}
/* Return the section number (SECT_OFF_*) that N_SCNUM points to. */
static int
secnum_to_section (int n_scnum, struct objfile *objfile)
{
int secnum;
asection *ignored;
xcoff_secnum_to_sections (n_scnum, objfile, &ignored, &secnum);
return secnum;
}
/* Return the BFD section that N_SCNUM points to. */
static asection *
secnum_to_bfd_section (int n_scnum, struct objfile *objfile)
{
int ignored;
asection *bfd_sect;
xcoff_secnum_to_sections (n_scnum, objfile, &bfd_sect, &ignored);
return bfd_sect;
}
/* add a given stab string into given stab vector. */
#if 0
static void
add_stab_to_list (char *stabname, struct pending_stabs **stabvector)
{
if (*stabvector == NULL)
{
*stabvector = (struct pending_stabs *)
xmalloc (sizeof (struct pending_stabs) +
INITIAL_STABVECTOR_LENGTH * sizeof (char *));
(*stabvector)->count = 0;
(*stabvector)->length = INITIAL_STABVECTOR_LENGTH;
}
else if ((*stabvector)->count >= (*stabvector)->length)
{
(*stabvector)->length += INITIAL_STABVECTOR_LENGTH;
*stabvector = (struct pending_stabs *)
xrealloc ((char *) *stabvector, sizeof (struct pending_stabs) +
(*stabvector)->length * sizeof (char *));
}
(*stabvector)->stab[(*stabvector)->count++] = stabname;
}
#endif
/* *INDENT-OFF* */
/* Linenos are processed on a file-by-file basis.
Two reasons:
1) xlc (IBM's native c compiler) postpones static function code
emission to the end of a compilation unit. This way it can
determine if those functions (statics) are needed or not, and
can do some garbage collection (I think). This makes line
numbers and corresponding addresses unordered, and we end up
with a line table like:
lineno addr
foo() 10 0x100
20 0x200
30 0x300
foo3() 70 0x400
80 0x500
90 0x600
static foo2()
40 0x700
50 0x800
60 0x900
and that breaks gdb's binary search on line numbers, if the
above table is not sorted on line numbers. And that sort
should be on function based, since gcc can emit line numbers
like:
10 0x100 - for the init/test part of a for stmt.
20 0x200
30 0x300
10 0x400 - for the increment part of a for stmt.
arrange_linetable() will do this sorting.
2) aix symbol table might look like:
c_file // beginning of a new file
.bi // beginning of include file
.ei // end of include file
.bi
.ei
basically, .bi/.ei pairs do not necessarily encapsulate
their scope. They need to be recorded, and processed later
on when we come the end of the compilation unit.
Include table (inclTable) and process_linenos() handle
that. */
/* *INDENT-ON* */
/* compare line table entry addresses. */
static int
compare_lte (const void *lte1p, const void *lte2p)
{
struct linetable_entry *lte1 = (struct linetable_entry *) lte1p;
struct linetable_entry *lte2 = (struct linetable_entry *) lte2p;
return lte1->pc - lte2->pc;
}
/* Given a line table with function entries are marked, arrange its
functions in ascending order and strip off function entry markers
and return it in a newly created table. If the old one is good
enough, return the old one. */
/* FIXME: I think all this stuff can be replaced by just passing
sort_linevec = 1 to end_symtab. */
static struct linetable *
arrange_linetable (struct linetable *oldLineTb)
{
int ii, jj, newline, /* new line count */
function_count; /* # of functions */
struct linetable_entry *fentry; /* function entry vector */
int fentry_size; /* # of function entries */
struct linetable *newLineTb; /* new line table */
int extra_lines = 0;
#define NUM_OF_FUNCTIONS 20
fentry_size = NUM_OF_FUNCTIONS;
fentry = XNEWVEC (struct linetable_entry, fentry_size);
for (function_count = 0, ii = 0; ii < oldLineTb->nitems; ++ii)
{
if (oldLineTb->item[ii].line == 0)
{ /* Function entry found. */
if (function_count >= fentry_size)
{ /* Make sure you have room. */
fentry_size *= 2;
fentry = (struct linetable_entry *)
xrealloc (fentry,
fentry_size * sizeof (struct linetable_entry));
}
fentry[function_count].line = ii;
fentry[function_count].pc = oldLineTb->item[ii].pc;
++function_count;
/* If the function was compiled with XLC, we may have to add an
extra line entry later. Reserve space for that. */
if (ii + 1 < oldLineTb->nitems
&& oldLineTb->item[ii].pc != oldLineTb->item[ii + 1].pc)
extra_lines++;
}
}
if (function_count == 0)
{
xfree (fentry);
return oldLineTb;
}
else if (function_count > 1)
qsort (fentry, function_count,
sizeof (struct linetable_entry), compare_lte);
/* Allocate a new line table. */
newLineTb = (struct linetable *)
xmalloc
(sizeof (struct linetable) +
(oldLineTb->nitems - function_count + extra_lines) * sizeof (struct linetable_entry));
/* If line table does not start with a function beginning, copy up until
a function begin. */
newline = 0;
if (oldLineTb->item[0].line != 0)
for (newline = 0;
newline < oldLineTb->nitems && oldLineTb->item[newline].line; ++newline)
newLineTb->item[newline] = oldLineTb->item[newline];
/* Now copy function lines one by one. */
for (ii = 0; ii < function_count; ++ii)
{
/* If the function was compiled with XLC, we may have to add an
extra line to cover the function prologue. */
jj = fentry[ii].line;
if (jj + 1 < oldLineTb->nitems
&& oldLineTb->item[jj].pc != oldLineTb->item[jj + 1].pc)
{
newLineTb->item[newline] = oldLineTb->item[jj];
newLineTb->item[newline].line = oldLineTb->item[jj + 1].line;
newline++;
}
for (jj = fentry[ii].line + 1;
jj < oldLineTb->nitems && oldLineTb->item[jj].line != 0;
++jj, ++newline)
newLineTb->item[newline] = oldLineTb->item[jj];
}
xfree (fentry);
/* The number of items in the line table must include these
extra lines which were added in case of XLC compiled functions. */
newLineTb->nitems = oldLineTb->nitems - function_count + extra_lines;
return newLineTb;
}
/* include file support: C_BINCL/C_EINCL pairs will be kept in the
following `IncludeChain'. At the end of each symtab (end_symtab),
we will determine if we should create additional symtab's to
represent if (the include files. */
typedef struct _inclTable
{
char *name; /* include filename */
/* Offsets to the line table. end points to the last entry which is
part of this include file. */
int begin, end;
struct subfile *subfile;
unsigned funStartLine; /* Start line # of its function. */
}
InclTable;
#define INITIAL_INCLUDE_TABLE_LENGTH 20
static InclTable *inclTable; /* global include table */
static int inclIndx; /* last entry to table */
static int inclLength; /* table length */
static int inclDepth; /* nested include depth */
static void allocate_include_entry (void);
static void
record_include_begin (struct coff_symbol *cs)
{
if (inclDepth)
{
/* In xcoff, we assume include files cannot be nested (not in .c files
of course, but in corresponding .s files.). */
/* This can happen with old versions of GCC.
GCC 2.3.3-930426 does not exhibit this on a test case which
a user said produced the message for him. */
complaint (&symfile_complaints, _("Nested C_BINCL symbols"));
}
++inclDepth;
allocate_include_entry ();
inclTable[inclIndx].name = cs->c_name;
inclTable[inclIndx].begin = cs->c_value;
}
static void
record_include_end (struct coff_symbol *cs)
{
InclTable *pTbl;
if (inclDepth == 0)
{
complaint (&symfile_complaints, _("Mismatched C_BINCL/C_EINCL pair"));
}
allocate_include_entry ();
pTbl = &inclTable[inclIndx];
pTbl->end = cs->c_value;
--inclDepth;
++inclIndx;
}
static void
allocate_include_entry (void)
{
if (inclTable == NULL)
{
inclTable = XCNEWVEC (InclTable, INITIAL_INCLUDE_TABLE_LENGTH);
inclLength = INITIAL_INCLUDE_TABLE_LENGTH;
inclIndx = 0;
}
else if (inclIndx >= inclLength)
{
inclLength += INITIAL_INCLUDE_TABLE_LENGTH;
inclTable = XRESIZEVEC (InclTable, inclTable, inclLength);
memset (inclTable + inclLength - INITIAL_INCLUDE_TABLE_LENGTH,
'\0', sizeof (InclTable) * INITIAL_INCLUDE_TABLE_LENGTH);
}
}
/* Global variable to pass the psymtab down to all the routines involved
in psymtab to symtab processing. */
static struct partial_symtab *this_symtab_psymtab;
/* Objfile related to this_symtab_psymtab; set at the same time. */
static struct objfile *this_symtab_objfile;
/* given the start and end addresses of a compilation unit (or a csect,
at times) process its lines and create appropriate line vectors. */
static void
process_linenos (CORE_ADDR start, CORE_ADDR end)
{
int offset, ii;
file_ptr max_offset
= XCOFF_DATA (this_symtab_objfile)->max_lineno_offset;
/* subfile structure for the main compilation unit. */
struct subfile main_subfile;
/* In the main source file, any time we see a function entry, we
reset this variable to function's absolute starting line number.
All the following line numbers in the function are relative to
this, and we record absolute line numbers in record_line(). */
unsigned int main_source_baseline = 0;
unsigned *firstLine;
offset =
((struct symloc *) this_symtab_psymtab->read_symtab_private)->lineno_off;
if (offset == 0)
goto return_after_cleanup;
memset (&main_subfile, '\0', sizeof (main_subfile));
if (inclIndx == 0)
/* All source lines were in the main source file. None in include
files. */
enter_line_range (&main_subfile, offset, 0, start, end,
&main_source_baseline);
else
{
/* There was source with line numbers in include files. */
int linesz =
coff_data (this_symtab_objfile->obfd)->local_linesz;
main_source_baseline = 0;
for (ii = 0; ii < inclIndx; ++ii)
{
struct subfile *tmpSubfile;
/* If there is main file source before include file, enter it. */
if (offset < inclTable[ii].begin)
{
enter_line_range
(&main_subfile, offset, inclTable[ii].begin - linesz,
start, 0, &main_source_baseline);
}
if (strcmp (inclTable[ii].name, get_last_source_file ()) == 0)
{
/* The entry in the include table refers to the main source
file. Add the lines to the main subfile. */
main_source_baseline = inclTable[ii].funStartLine;
enter_line_range
(&main_subfile, inclTable[ii].begin, inclTable[ii].end,
start, 0, &main_source_baseline);
inclTable[ii].subfile = &main_subfile;
}
else
{
/* Have a new subfile for the include file. */
tmpSubfile = inclTable[ii].subfile = XNEW (struct subfile);
memset (tmpSubfile, '\0', sizeof (struct subfile));
firstLine = &(inclTable[ii].funStartLine);
/* Enter include file's lines now. */
enter_line_range (tmpSubfile, inclTable[ii].begin,
inclTable[ii].end, start, 0, firstLine);
}
if (offset <= inclTable[ii].end)
offset = inclTable[ii].end + linesz;
}
/* All the include files' line have been processed at this point. Now,
enter remaining lines of the main file, if any left. */
if (offset < max_offset + 1 - linesz)
{
enter_line_range (&main_subfile, offset, 0, start, end,
&main_source_baseline);
}
}
/* Process main file's line numbers. */
if (main_subfile.line_vector)
{
struct linetable *lineTb, *lv;
lv = main_subfile.line_vector;
/* Line numbers are not necessarily ordered. xlc compilation will
put static function to the end. */
lineTb = arrange_linetable (lv);
if (lv == lineTb)
{
current_subfile->line_vector = (struct linetable *)
xrealloc (lv, (sizeof (struct linetable)
+ lv->nitems * sizeof (struct linetable_entry)));
}
else
{
xfree (lv);
current_subfile->line_vector = lineTb;
}
current_subfile->line_vector_length =
current_subfile->line_vector->nitems;
}
/* Now, process included files' line numbers. */
for (ii = 0; ii < inclIndx; ++ii)
{
if (inclTable[ii].subfile != ((struct subfile *) &main_subfile)
&& (inclTable[ii].subfile)->line_vector) /* Useless if!!!
FIXMEmgo */
{
struct linetable *lineTb, *lv;
lv = (inclTable[ii].subfile)->line_vector;
/* Line numbers are not necessarily ordered. xlc compilation will
put static function to the end. */
lineTb = arrange_linetable (lv);
push_subfile ();
/* For the same include file, we might want to have more than one
subfile. This happens if we have something like:
......
#include "foo.h"
......
#include "foo.h"
......
while foo.h including code in it. (stupid but possible)
Since start_subfile() looks at the name and uses an
existing one if finds, we need to provide a fake name and
fool it. */
#if 0
start_subfile (inclTable[ii].name);
#else
{
/* Pick a fake name that will produce the same results as this
one when passed to deduce_language_from_filename. Kludge on
top of kludge. */
char *fakename = strrchr (inclTable[ii].name, '.');
if (fakename == NULL)
fakename = " ?";
start_subfile (fakename);
xfree (current_subfile->name);
}
current_subfile->name = xstrdup (inclTable[ii].name);
#endif
if (lv == lineTb)
{
current_subfile->line_vector =
(struct linetable *) xrealloc
(lv, (sizeof (struct linetable)
+ lv->nitems * sizeof (struct linetable_entry)));
}
else
{
xfree (lv);
current_subfile->line_vector = lineTb;
}
current_subfile->line_vector_length =
current_subfile->line_vector->nitems;
start_subfile (pop_subfile ());
}
}
return_after_cleanup:
/* We don't want to keep alloc/free'ing the global include file table. */
inclIndx = 0;
}
static void
aix_process_linenos (struct objfile *objfile)
{
/* There is no linenos to read if there are only dwarf info. */
if (this_symtab_psymtab == NULL)
return;
/* Process line numbers and enter them into line vector. */
process_linenos (last_source_start_addr, cur_src_end_addr);
}
/* Enter a given range of lines into the line vector.
can be called in the following two ways:
enter_line_range (subfile, beginoffset, endoffset,
startaddr, 0, firstLine) or
enter_line_range (subfile, beginoffset, 0,
startaddr, endaddr, firstLine)
endoffset points to the last line table entry that we should pay
attention to. */
static void
enter_line_range (struct subfile *subfile, unsigned beginoffset,
unsigned endoffset, /* offsets to line table */
CORE_ADDR startaddr, /* offsets to line table */
CORE_ADDR endaddr, unsigned *firstLine)
{
struct objfile *objfile = this_symtab_objfile;
struct gdbarch *gdbarch = get_objfile_arch (objfile);
unsigned int curoffset;
CORE_ADDR addr;
void *ext_lnno;
struct internal_lineno int_lnno;
unsigned int limit_offset;
bfd *abfd;
int linesz;
if (endoffset == 0 && startaddr == 0 && endaddr == 0)
return;
curoffset = beginoffset;
limit_offset = XCOFF_DATA (objfile)->max_lineno_offset;
if (endoffset != 0)
{
if (endoffset >= limit_offset)
{
complaint (&symfile_complaints,
_("Bad line table offset in C_EINCL directive"));
return;
}
limit_offset = endoffset;
}
else
limit_offset -= 1;
abfd = objfile->obfd;
linesz = coff_data (abfd)->local_linesz;
ext_lnno = alloca (linesz);
while (curoffset <= limit_offset)
{
bfd_seek (abfd, curoffset, SEEK_SET);
bfd_bread (ext_lnno, linesz, abfd);
bfd_coff_swap_lineno_in (abfd, ext_lnno, &int_lnno);
/* Find the address this line represents. */
addr = (int_lnno.l_lnno
? int_lnno.l_addr.l_paddr
: read_symbol_nvalue (int_lnno.l_addr.l_symndx));
addr += ANOFFSET (objfile->section_offsets, SECT_OFF_TEXT (objfile));
if (addr < startaddr || (endaddr && addr >= endaddr))
return;
if (int_lnno.l_lnno == 0)
{
*firstLine = read_symbol_lineno (int_lnno.l_addr.l_symndx);
record_line (subfile, 0, gdbarch_addr_bits_remove (gdbarch, addr));
--(*firstLine);
}
else
record_line (subfile, *firstLine + int_lnno.l_lnno,
gdbarch_addr_bits_remove (gdbarch, addr));
curoffset += linesz;
}
}
/* Save the vital information for use when closing off the current file.
NAME is the file name the symbols came from, START_ADDR is the first
text address for the file, and SIZE is the number of bytes of text. */
#define complete_symtab(name, start_addr) { \
set_last_source_file (name); \
last_source_start_addr = start_addr; \
}
/* Refill the symbol table input buffer
and set the variables that control fetching entries from it.
Reports an error if no data available.
This function can read past the end of the symbol table
(into the string table) but this does no harm. */
/* Create a new minimal symbol (using prim_record_minimal_symbol_and_info).
Creation of all new minimal symbols should go through this function
rather than calling the various prim_record_[...] functions in order
to make sure that all symbol addresses get properly relocated.
Arguments are:
NAME - the symbol's name (but if NAME starts with a period, that
leading period is discarded).
ADDRESS - the symbol's address, prior to relocation. This function
relocates the address before recording the minimal symbol.
MS_TYPE - the symbol's type.
N_SCNUM - the symbol's XCOFF section number.
OBJFILE - the objfile associated with the minimal symbol. */
static void
record_minimal_symbol (const char *name, CORE_ADDR address,
enum minimal_symbol_type ms_type,
int n_scnum,
struct objfile *objfile)
{
if (name[0] == '.')
++name;
prim_record_minimal_symbol_and_info (name, address, ms_type,
secnum_to_section (n_scnum, objfile),
objfile);
}
/* xcoff has static blocks marked in `.bs', `.es' pairs. They cannot be
nested. At any given time, a symbol can only be in one static block.
This is the base address of current static block, zero if non exists. */
static int static_block_base = 0;
/* Section number for the current static block. */
static int static_block_section = -1;
/* true if space for symbol name has been allocated. */
static int symname_alloced = 0;
/* Next symbol to read. Pointer into raw seething symbol table. */
static char *raw_symbol;
/* This is the function which stabsread.c calls to get symbol
continuations. */
static char *
xcoff_next_symbol_text (struct objfile *objfile)
{
struct internal_syment symbol;
char *retval;
/* FIXME: is this the same as the passed arg? */
if (this_symtab_objfile)
objfile = this_symtab_objfile;
bfd_coff_swap_sym_in (objfile->obfd, raw_symbol, &symbol);
if (symbol.n_zeroes)
{
complaint (&symfile_complaints, _("Unexpected symbol continuation"));
/* Return something which points to '\0' and hope the symbol reading
code does something reasonable. */
retval = "";
}
else if (symbol.n_sclass & 0x80)
{
retval = XCOFF_DATA (objfile)->debugsec + symbol.n_offset;
raw_symbol += coff_data (objfile->obfd)->local_symesz;
++symnum;
}
else
{
complaint (&symfile_complaints, _("Unexpected symbol continuation"));
/* Return something which points to '\0' and hope the symbol reading
code does something reasonable. */
retval = "";
}
return retval;
}
/* Read symbols for a given partial symbol table. */
static void
read_xcoff_symtab (struct objfile *objfile, struct partial_symtab *pst)
{
bfd *abfd = objfile->obfd;
char *raw_auxptr; /* Pointer to first raw aux entry for sym. */
struct coff_symfile_info *xcoff = XCOFF_DATA (objfile);
char *strtbl = xcoff->strtbl;
char *debugsec = xcoff->debugsec;
const char *debugfmt = bfd_xcoff_is_xcoff64 (abfd) ? "XCOFF64" : "XCOFF";
struct internal_syment symbol[1];
union internal_auxent main_aux;
struct coff_symbol cs[1];
CORE_ADDR file_start_addr = 0;
CORE_ADDR file_end_addr = 0;
int next_file_symnum = -1;
unsigned int max_symnum;
int just_started = 1;
int depth = 0;
CORE_ADDR fcn_start_addr = 0;
struct coff_symbol fcn_stab_saved = { 0 };
/* fcn_cs_saved is global because process_xcoff_symbol needs it. */
union internal_auxent fcn_aux_saved = main_aux;
struct context_stack *newobj;
char *filestring = " _start_ "; /* Name of the current file. */
const char *last_csect_name; /* Last seen csect's name. */
this_symtab_psymtab = pst;
this_symtab_objfile = objfile;
/* Get the appropriate COFF "constants" related to the file we're
handling. */
local_symesz = coff_data (abfd)->local_symesz;
set_last_source_file (NULL);
last_csect_name = 0;
start_stabs ();
start_symtab (objfile, filestring, (char *) NULL, file_start_addr);
record_debugformat (debugfmt);
symnum = ((struct symloc *) pst->read_symtab_private)->first_symnum;
max_symnum =
symnum + ((struct symloc *) pst->read_symtab_private)->numsyms;
first_object_file_end = 0;
raw_symbol = xcoff->symtbl + symnum * local_symesz;
while (symnum < max_symnum)
{
QUIT; /* make this command interruptable. */
/* READ_ONE_SYMBOL (symbol, cs, symname_alloced); */
/* read one symbol into `cs' structure. After processing the
whole symbol table, only string table will be kept in memory,
symbol table and debug section of xcoff will be freed. Thus
we can mark symbols with names in string table as
`alloced'. */
{
int ii;
/* Swap and align the symbol into a reasonable C structure. */
bfd_coff_swap_sym_in (abfd, raw_symbol, symbol);
cs->c_symnum = symnum;
cs->c_naux = symbol->n_numaux;
if (symbol->n_zeroes)
{
symname_alloced = 0;
/* We must use the original, unswapped, name here so the name field
pointed to by cs->c_name will persist throughout xcoffread. If
we use the new field, it gets overwritten for each symbol. */
cs->c_name = ((struct external_syment *) raw_symbol)->e.e_name;
/* If it's exactly E_SYMNMLEN characters long it isn't
'\0'-terminated. */
if (cs->c_name[E_SYMNMLEN - 1] != '\0')
{
char *p;
p = (char *) obstack_alloc (&objfile->objfile_obstack,
E_SYMNMLEN + 1);
strncpy (p, cs->c_name, E_SYMNMLEN);
p[E_SYMNMLEN] = '\0';
cs->c_name = p;
symname_alloced = 1;
}
}
else if (symbol->n_sclass & 0x80)
{
cs->c_name = debugsec + symbol->n_offset;
symname_alloced = 0;
}
else
{
/* in string table */
cs->c_name = strtbl + (int) symbol->n_offset;
symname_alloced = 1;
}
cs->c_value = symbol->n_value;
cs->c_sclass = symbol->n_sclass;
cs->c_secnum = symbol->n_scnum;
cs->c_type = (unsigned) symbol->n_type;
raw_symbol += local_symesz;
++symnum;
/* Save addr of first aux entry. */
raw_auxptr = raw_symbol;
/* Skip all the auxents associated with this symbol. */
for (ii = symbol->n_numaux; ii; --ii)
{
raw_symbol += coff_data (abfd)->local_auxesz;
++symnum;
}
}
/* if symbol name starts with ".$" or "$", ignore it. */
if (cs->c_name[0] == '$'
|| (cs->c_name[1] == '$' && cs->c_name[0] == '.'))
continue;
if (cs->c_symnum == next_file_symnum && cs->c_sclass != C_FILE)
{
if (get_last_source_file ())
{
pst->compunit_symtab = end_symtab (cur_src_end_addr,
SECT_OFF_TEXT (objfile));
end_stabs ();
}
start_stabs ();
start_symtab (objfile, "_globals_", (char *) NULL, (CORE_ADDR) 0);
record_debugformat (debugfmt);
cur_src_end_addr = first_object_file_end;
/* Done with all files, everything from here on is globals. */
}
if ((cs->c_sclass == C_EXT || cs->c_sclass == C_HIDEXT)
&& cs->c_naux == 1)
{
/* Dealing with a symbol with a csect entry. */
#define CSECT(PP) ((PP)->x_csect)
#define CSECT_LEN(PP) (CSECT(PP).x_scnlen.l)
#define CSECT_ALIGN(PP) (SMTYP_ALIGN(CSECT(PP).x_smtyp))
#define CSECT_SMTYP(PP) (SMTYP_SMTYP(CSECT(PP).x_smtyp))
#define CSECT_SCLAS(PP) (CSECT(PP).x_smclas)
/* Convert the auxent to something we can access. */
bfd_coff_swap_aux_in (abfd, raw_auxptr, cs->c_type, cs->c_sclass,
0, cs->c_naux, &main_aux);
switch (CSECT_SMTYP (&main_aux))
{
case XTY_ER:
/* Ignore all external references. */
continue;
case XTY_SD:
/* A section description. */
{
switch (CSECT_SCLAS (&main_aux))
{
case XMC_PR:
{
/* A program csect is seen. We have to allocate one
symbol table for each program csect. Normally gdb
prefers one symtab for each source file. In case
of AIX, one source file might include more than one
[PR] csect, and they don't have to be adjacent in
terms of the space they occupy in memory. Thus, one
single source file might get fragmented in the
memory and gdb's file start and end address
approach does not work! GCC (and I think xlc) seem
to put all the code in the unnamed program csect. */
if (last_csect_name)
{
complete_symtab (filestring, file_start_addr);
cur_src_end_addr = file_end_addr;
end_symtab (file_end_addr, SECT_OFF_TEXT (objfile));
end_stabs ();
start_stabs ();
/* Give all csects for this source file the same
name. */
start_symtab (objfile, filestring, NULL,
(CORE_ADDR) 0);
record_debugformat (debugfmt);
}
/* If this is the very first csect seen,
basically `__start'. */
if (just_started)
{
first_object_file_end
= cs->c_value + CSECT_LEN (&main_aux);
just_started = 0;
}
file_start_addr =
cs->c_value + ANOFFSET (objfile->section_offsets,
SECT_OFF_TEXT (objfile));
file_end_addr = file_start_addr + CSECT_LEN (&main_aux);
if (cs->c_name && (cs->c_name[0] == '.' || cs->c_name[0] == '@'))
last_csect_name = cs->c_name;
}
continue;
/* All other symbols are put into the minimal symbol
table only. */
case XMC_RW:
continue;
case XMC_TC0:
continue;
case XMC_TC:
continue;
default:
/* Ignore the symbol. */
continue;
}
}
break;
case XTY_LD:
switch (CSECT_SCLAS (&main_aux))
{
case XMC_PR:
/* a function entry point. */
function_entry_point:
fcn_start_addr = cs->c_value;
/* save the function header info, which will be used
when `.bf' is seen. */
fcn_cs_saved = *cs;
fcn_aux_saved = main_aux;
continue;
case XMC_GL:
/* shared library function trampoline code entry point. */
continue;
case XMC_DS:
/* The symbols often have the same names as debug symbols for
functions, and confuse lookup_symbol. */
continue;
default:
/* xlc puts each variable in a separate csect, so we get
an XTY_SD for each variable. But gcc puts several
variables in a csect, so that each variable only gets
an XTY_LD. This will typically be XMC_RW; I suspect
XMC_RO and XMC_BS might be possible too.
These variables are put in the minimal symbol table
only. */
continue;
}
break;
case XTY_CM:
/* Common symbols are put into the minimal symbol table only. */
continue;
default:
break;
}
}
/* If explicitly specified as a function, treat is as one. This check
evaluates to true for @FIX* bigtoc CSECT symbols, so it must occur
after the above CSECT check. */
if (ISFCN (cs->c_type) && cs->c_sclass != C_TPDEF)
{
bfd_coff_swap_aux_in (abfd, raw_auxptr, cs->c_type, cs->c_sclass,
0, cs->c_naux, &main_aux);
goto function_entry_point;
}
switch (cs->c_sclass)
{
case C_FILE:
/* c_value field contains symnum of next .file entry in table
or symnum of first global after last .file. */
next_file_symnum = cs->c_value;
/* Complete symbol table for last object file containing
debugging information. */
/* Whether or not there was a csect in the previous file, we
have to call `end_stabs' and `start_stabs' to reset
type_vector, line_vector, etc. structures. */
complete_symtab (filestring, file_start_addr);
cur_src_end_addr = file_end_addr;
end_symtab (file_end_addr, SECT_OFF_TEXT (objfile));
end_stabs ();
/* XCOFF, according to the AIX 3.2 documentation, puts the
filename in cs->c_name. But xlc 1.3.0.2 has decided to
do things the standard COFF way and put it in the auxent.
We use the auxent if the symbol is ".file" and an auxent
exists, otherwise use the symbol itself. Simple
enough. */
if (!strcmp (cs->c_name, ".file") && cs->c_naux > 0)
{
bfd_coff_swap_aux_in (abfd, raw_auxptr, cs->c_type, cs->c_sclass,
0, cs->c_naux, &main_aux);
filestring = coff_getfilename (&main_aux, objfile);
}
else
filestring = cs->c_name;
start_stabs ();
start_symtab (objfile, filestring, (char *) NULL, (CORE_ADDR) 0);
record_debugformat (debugfmt);
last_csect_name = 0;
/* reset file start and end addresses. A compilation unit
with no text (only data) should have zero file
boundaries. */
file_start_addr = file_end_addr = 0;
break;
case C_FUN:
fcn_stab_saved = *cs;
break;
case C_FCN:
if (strcmp (cs->c_name, ".bf") == 0)
{
CORE_ADDR off = ANOFFSET (objfile->section_offsets,
SECT_OFF_TEXT (objfile));
bfd_coff_swap_aux_in (abfd, raw_auxptr, cs->c_type, cs->c_sclass,
0, cs->c_naux, &main_aux);
within_function = 1;
newobj = push_context (0, fcn_start_addr + off);
newobj->name = define_symbol
(fcn_cs_saved.c_value + off,
fcn_stab_saved.c_name, 0, 0, objfile);
if (newobj->name != NULL)
SYMBOL_SECTION (newobj->name) = SECT_OFF_TEXT (objfile);
}
else if (strcmp (cs->c_name, ".ef") == 0)
{
bfd_coff_swap_aux_in (abfd, raw_auxptr, cs->c_type, cs->c_sclass,
0, cs->c_naux, &main_aux);
/* The value of .ef is the address of epilogue code;
not useful for gdb. */
/* { main_aux.x_sym.x_misc.x_lnsz.x_lnno
contains number of lines to '}' */
if (context_stack_depth <= 0)
{ /* We attempted to pop an empty context stack. */
ef_complaint (cs->c_symnum);
within_function = 0;
break;
}
newobj = pop_context ();
/* Stack must be empty now. */
if (context_stack_depth > 0 || newobj == NULL)
{
ef_complaint (cs->c_symnum);
within_function = 0;
break;
}
finish_block (newobj->name, &local_symbols, newobj->old_blocks,
NULL, newobj->start_addr,
(fcn_cs_saved.c_value
+ fcn_aux_saved.x_sym.x_misc.x_fsize
+ ANOFFSET (objfile->section_offsets,
SECT_OFF_TEXT (objfile))));
within_function = 0;
}
break;
case C_BSTAT:
/* Begin static block. */
{
struct internal_syment symbol;
read_symbol (&symbol, cs->c_value);
static_block_base = symbol.n_value;
static_block_section =
secnum_to_section (symbol.n_scnum, objfile);
}
break;
case C_ESTAT:
/* End of static block. */
static_block_base = 0;
static_block_section = -1;
break;
case C_ARG:
case C_REGPARM:
case C_REG:
case C_TPDEF:
case C_STRTAG:
case C_UNTAG:
case C_ENTAG:
{
complaint (&symfile_complaints,
_("Unrecognized storage class %d."),
cs->c_sclass);
}
break;
case C_LABEL:
case C_NULL:
/* Ignore these. */
break;
case C_HIDEXT:
case C_STAT:
break;
case C_BINCL:
/* beginning of include file */
/* In xlc output, C_BINCL/C_EINCL pair doesn't show up in sorted
order. Thus, when wee see them, we might not know enough info
to process them. Thus, we'll be saving them into a table
(inclTable) and postpone their processing. */
record_include_begin (cs);
break;
case C_EINCL:
/* End of include file. */
/* See the comment after case C_BINCL. */
record_include_end (cs);
break;
case C_BLOCK:
if (strcmp (cs->c_name, ".bb") == 0)
{
depth++;
newobj = push_context (depth,
(cs->c_value
+ ANOFFSET (objfile->section_offsets,
SECT_OFF_TEXT (objfile))));
}
else if (strcmp (cs->c_name, ".eb") == 0)
{
if (context_stack_depth <= 0)
{ /* We attempted to pop an empty context stack. */
eb_complaint (cs->c_symnum);
break;
}
newobj = pop_context ();
if (depth-- != newobj->depth)
{
eb_complaint (cs->c_symnum);
break;
}
if (local_symbols && context_stack_depth > 0)
{
/* Make a block for the local symbols within. */
finish_block (newobj->name, &local_symbols,
newobj->old_blocks, NULL,
newobj->start_addr,
(cs->c_value
+ ANOFFSET (objfile->section_offsets,
SECT_OFF_TEXT (objfile))));
}
local_symbols = newobj->locals;
}
break;
default:
process_xcoff_symbol (cs, objfile);
break;
}
}
if (get_last_source_file ())
{
struct compunit_symtab *cust;
complete_symtab (filestring, file_start_addr);
cur_src_end_addr = file_end_addr;
cust = end_symtab (file_end_addr, SECT_OFF_TEXT (objfile));
/* When reading symbols for the last C_FILE of the objfile, try
to make sure that we set pst->compunit_symtab to the symtab for the
file, not to the _globals_ symtab. I'm not sure whether this
actually works right or when/if it comes up. */
if (pst->compunit_symtab == NULL)
pst->compunit_symtab = cust;
end_stabs ();
}
}
#define SYMBOL_DUP(SYMBOL1, SYMBOL2) \
(SYMBOL2) = XOBNEW (&objfile->objfile_obstack, struct symbol); \
*(SYMBOL2) = *(SYMBOL1);
#define SYMNAME_ALLOC(NAME, ALLOCED) \
((ALLOCED) ? (NAME) : obstack_copy0 (&objfile->objfile_obstack, \
(NAME), strlen (NAME)))
/* process one xcoff symbol. */
static struct symbol *
process_xcoff_symbol (struct coff_symbol *cs, struct objfile *objfile)
{
struct symbol onesymbol;
struct symbol *sym = &onesymbol;
struct symbol *sym2 = NULL;
char *name, *pp;
int sec;
CORE_ADDR off;
if (cs->c_secnum < 0)
{
/* The value is a register number, offset within a frame, etc.,
and does not get relocated. */
off = 0;
sec = -1;
}
else
{
sec = secnum_to_section (cs->c_secnum, objfile);
off = ANOFFSET (objfile->section_offsets, sec);
}
name = cs->c_name;
if (name[0] == '.')
++name;
initialize_objfile_symbol (sym);
/* default assumptions */
SYMBOL_VALUE_ADDRESS (sym) = cs->c_value + off;
SYMBOL_DOMAIN (sym) = VAR_DOMAIN;
SYMBOL_SECTION (sym) = secnum_to_section (cs->c_secnum, objfile);
if (ISFCN (cs->c_type))
{
/* At this point, we don't know the type of the function. This
will be patched with the type from its stab entry later on in
patch_block_stabs (), unless the file was compiled without -g. */
SYMBOL_SET_LINKAGE_NAME (sym, ((const char *)
SYMNAME_ALLOC (name, symname_alloced)));
SYMBOL_TYPE (sym) = objfile_type (objfile)->nodebug_text_symbol;
SYMBOL_ACLASS_INDEX (sym) = LOC_BLOCK;
SYMBOL_DUP (sym, sym2);
if (cs->c_sclass == C_EXT)
add_symbol_to_list (sym2, &global_symbols);
else if (cs->c_sclass == C_HIDEXT || cs->c_sclass == C_STAT)
add_symbol_to_list (sym2, &file_symbols);
}
else
{
/* In case we can't figure out the type, provide default. */
SYMBOL_TYPE (sym) = objfile_type (objfile)->nodebug_data_symbol;
switch (cs->c_sclass)
{
#if 0
/* The values of functions and global symbols are now resolved
via the global_sym_chain in stabsread.c. */
case C_FUN:
if (fcn_cs_saved.c_sclass == C_EXT)
add_stab_to_list (name, &global_stabs);
else
add_stab_to_list (name, &file_stabs);
break;
case C_GSYM:
add_stab_to_list (name, &global_stabs);
break;
#endif
case C_BCOMM:
common_block_start (cs->c_name, objfile);
break;
case C_ECOMM:
common_block_end (objfile);
break;
default:
complaint (&symfile_complaints, _("Unexpected storage class: %d"),
cs->c_sclass);
/* FALLTHROUGH */
case C_DECL:
case C_PSYM:
case C_RPSYM:
case C_ECOML:
case C_LSYM:
case C_RSYM:
case C_GSYM:
{
sym = define_symbol (cs->c_value + off, cs->c_name, 0, 0, objfile);
if (sym != NULL)
{
SYMBOL_SECTION (sym) = sec;
}
return sym;
}
case C_STSYM:
/* For xlc (not GCC), the 'V' symbol descriptor is used for
all statics and we need to distinguish file-scope versus
function-scope using within_function. We do this by
changing the string we pass to define_symbol to use 'S'
where we need to, which is not necessarily super-clean,
but seems workable enough. */
if (*name == ':')
return NULL;
pp = strchr (name, ':');
if (pp == NULL)
return NULL;
++pp;
if (*pp == 'V' && !within_function)
*pp = 'S';
sym = define_symbol ((cs->c_value
+ ANOFFSET (objfile->section_offsets,
static_block_section)),
cs->c_name, 0, 0, objfile);
if (sym != NULL)
{
SYMBOL_VALUE_ADDRESS (sym) += static_block_base;
SYMBOL_SECTION (sym) = static_block_section;
}
return sym;
}
}
return sym2;
}
/* Extract the file name from the aux entry of a C_FILE symbol.
Result is in static storage and is only good for temporary use. */
static char *
coff_getfilename (union internal_auxent *aux_entry, struct objfile *objfile)
{
static char buffer[BUFSIZ];
if (aux_entry->x_file.x_n.x_zeroes == 0)
strcpy (buffer, (XCOFF_DATA (objfile)->strtbl
+ aux_entry->x_file.x_n.x_offset));
else
{
strncpy (buffer, aux_entry->x_file.x_fname, FILNMLEN);
buffer[FILNMLEN] = '\0';
}
return (buffer);
}
/* Set *SYMBOL to symbol number symno in symtbl. */
static void
read_symbol (struct internal_syment *symbol, int symno)
{
struct coff_symfile_info *xcoff = XCOFF_DATA (this_symtab_objfile);
int nsyms = xcoff->symtbl_num_syms;
char *stbl = xcoff->symtbl;
if (symno < 0 || symno >= nsyms)
{
complaint (&symfile_complaints, _("Invalid symbol offset"));
symbol->n_value = 0;
symbol->n_scnum = -1;
return;
}
bfd_coff_swap_sym_in (this_symtab_objfile->obfd,
stbl + (symno * local_symesz),
symbol);
}
/* Get value corresponding to symbol number symno in symtbl. */
static CORE_ADDR
read_symbol_nvalue (int symno)
{
struct internal_syment symbol[1];
read_symbol (symbol, symno);
return symbol->n_value;
}
/* Find the address of the function corresponding to symno, where
symno is the symbol pointed to by the linetable. */
static int
read_symbol_lineno (int symno)
{
struct objfile *objfile = this_symtab_objfile;
int xcoff64 = bfd_xcoff_is_xcoff64 (objfile->obfd);
struct coff_symfile_info *info = XCOFF_DATA (objfile);
int nsyms = info->symtbl_num_syms;
char *stbl = info->symtbl;
char *strtbl = info->strtbl;
struct internal_syment symbol[1];
union internal_auxent main_aux[1];
if (symno < 0)
{
bf_notfound_complaint ();
return 0;
}
/* Note that just searching for a short distance (e.g. 50 symbols)
is not enough, at least in the following case.
.extern foo
[many .stabx entries]
[a few functions, referring to foo]
.globl foo
.bf
What happens here is that the assembler moves the .stabx entries
to right before the ".bf" for foo, but the symbol for "foo" is before
all the stabx entries. See PR gdb/2222. */
/* Maintaining a table of .bf entries might be preferable to this search.
If I understand things correctly it would need to be done only for
the duration of a single psymtab to symtab conversion. */
while (symno < nsyms)
{
bfd_coff_swap_sym_in (symfile_bfd,
stbl + (symno * local_symesz), symbol);
if (symbol->n_sclass == C_FCN)
{
char *name = xcoff64 ? strtbl + symbol->n_offset : symbol->n_name;
if (strcmp (name, ".bf") == 0)
goto gotit;
}
symno += symbol->n_numaux + 1;
}
bf_notfound_complaint ();
return 0;
gotit:
/* Take aux entry and return its lineno. */
symno++;
bfd_coff_swap_aux_in (objfile->obfd, stbl + symno * local_symesz,
symbol->n_type, symbol->n_sclass,
0, symbol->n_numaux, main_aux);
return main_aux->x_sym.x_misc.x_lnsz.x_lnno;
}
/* Support for line number handling. */
/* This function is called for every section; it finds the outer limits
* of the line table (minimum and maximum file offset) so that the
* mainline code can read the whole thing for efficiency.
*/
static void
find_linenos (struct bfd *abfd, struct bfd_section *asect, void *vpinfo)
{
struct coff_symfile_info *info;
int size, count;
file_ptr offset, maxoff;
count = asect->lineno_count;
if (strcmp (asect->name, ".text") != 0 || count == 0)
return;
size = count * coff_data (abfd)->local_linesz;
info = (struct coff_symfile_info *) vpinfo;
offset = asect->line_filepos;
maxoff = offset + size;
if (offset < info->min_lineno_offset || info->min_lineno_offset == 0)
info->min_lineno_offset = offset;
if (maxoff > info->max_lineno_offset)
info->max_lineno_offset = maxoff;
}
static void
xcoff_psymtab_to_symtab_1 (struct objfile *objfile, struct partial_symtab *pst)
{
struct cleanup *old_chain;
int i;
if (!pst)
return;
if (pst->readin)
{
fprintf_unfiltered
(gdb_stderr, "Psymtab for %s already read in. Shouldn't happen.\n",
pst->filename);
return;
}
/* Read in all partial symtabs on which this one is dependent. */
for (i = 0; i < pst->number_of_dependencies; i++)
if (!pst->dependencies[i]->readin)
{
/* Inform about additional files that need to be read in. */
if (info_verbose)
{
fputs_filtered (" ", gdb_stdout);
wrap_here ("");
fputs_filtered ("and ", gdb_stdout);
wrap_here ("");
printf_filtered ("%s...", pst->dependencies[i]->filename);
wrap_here (""); /* Flush output */
gdb_flush (gdb_stdout);
}
xcoff_psymtab_to_symtab_1 (objfile, pst->dependencies[i]);
}
if (((struct symloc *) pst->read_symtab_private)->numsyms != 0)
{
/* Init stuff necessary for reading in symbols. */
stabsread_init ();
buildsym_init ();
old_chain = make_cleanup (really_free_pendings, 0);
read_xcoff_symtab (objfile, pst);
do_cleanups (old_chain);
}
pst->readin = 1;
}
/* Read in all of the symbols for a given psymtab for real.
Be verbose about it if the user wants that. SELF is not NULL. */
static void
xcoff_read_symtab (struct partial_symtab *self, struct objfile *objfile)
{
if (self->readin)
{
fprintf_unfiltered
(gdb_stderr, "Psymtab for %s already read in. Shouldn't happen.\n",
self->filename);
return;
}
if (((struct symloc *) self->read_symtab_private)->numsyms != 0
|| self->number_of_dependencies)
{
/* Print the message now, before reading the string table,
to avoid disconcerting pauses. */
if (info_verbose)
{
printf_filtered ("Reading in symbols for %s...", self->filename);
gdb_flush (gdb_stdout);
}
next_symbol_text_func = xcoff_next_symbol_text;
xcoff_psymtab_to_symtab_1 (objfile, self);
/* 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);
/* Finish up the debug error message. */
if (info_verbose)
printf_filtered ("done.\n");
}
}
static void
xcoff_new_init (struct objfile *objfile)
{
stabsread_new_init ();
buildsym_new_init ();
}
/* Do initialization in preparation for reading symbols from OBJFILE.
We will only be called if this is an XCOFF or XCOFF-like file.
BFD handles figuring out the format of the file, and code in symfile.c
uses BFD's determination to vector to us. */
static void
xcoff_symfile_init (struct objfile *objfile)
{
struct coff_symfile_info *xcoff;
/* Allocate struct to keep track of the symfile. */
xcoff = XNEW (struct coff_symfile_info);
set_objfile_data (objfile, xcoff_objfile_data_key, xcoff);
/* XCOFF objects may be reordered, so set OBJF_REORDERED. If we
find this causes a significant slowdown in gdb then we could
set it in the debug symbol readers only when necessary. */
objfile->flags |= OBJF_REORDERED;
}
/* Perform any local cleanups required when we are done with a particular
objfile. I.E, we are in the process of discarding all symbol information
for an objfile, freeing up all memory held for it, and unlinking the
objfile struct from the global list of known objfiles. */
static void
xcoff_symfile_finish (struct objfile *objfile)
{
/* Start with a fresh include table for the next objfile. */
if (inclTable)
{
xfree (inclTable);
inclTable = NULL;
}
inclIndx = inclLength = inclDepth = 0;
dwarf2_free_objfile (objfile);
}
static void
init_stringtab (bfd *abfd, file_ptr offset, struct objfile *objfile)
{
long length;
int val;
unsigned char lengthbuf[4];
char *strtbl;
struct coff_symfile_info *xcoff = XCOFF_DATA (objfile);
xcoff->strtbl = NULL;
if (bfd_seek (abfd, offset, SEEK_SET) < 0)
error (_("cannot seek to string table in %s: %s"),
bfd_get_filename (abfd), bfd_errmsg (bfd_get_error ()));
val = bfd_bread ((char *) lengthbuf, sizeof lengthbuf, abfd);
length = bfd_h_get_32 (abfd, lengthbuf);
/* If no string table is needed, then the file may end immediately
after the symbols. Just return with `strtbl' set to NULL. */
if (val != sizeof lengthbuf || length < sizeof lengthbuf)
return;
/* Allocate string table from objfile_obstack. We will need this table
as long as we have its symbol table around. */
strtbl = (char *) obstack_alloc (&objfile->objfile_obstack, length);
xcoff->strtbl = strtbl;
/* Copy length buffer, the first byte is usually zero and is
used for stabs with a name length of zero. */
memcpy (strtbl, lengthbuf, sizeof lengthbuf);
if (length == sizeof lengthbuf)
return;
val = bfd_bread (strtbl + sizeof lengthbuf, length - sizeof lengthbuf, abfd);
if (val != length - sizeof lengthbuf)
error (_("cannot read string table from %s: %s"),
bfd_get_filename (abfd), bfd_errmsg (bfd_get_error ()));
if (strtbl[length - 1] != '\0')
error (_("bad symbol file: string table "
"does not end with null character"));
return;
}
/* If we have not yet seen a function for this psymtab, this is 0. If we
have seen one, it is the offset in the line numbers of the line numbers
for the psymtab. */
static unsigned int first_fun_line_offset;
/* Allocate and partially fill a partial symtab. It will be
completely filled at the end of the symbol list.
SYMFILE_NAME is the name of the symbol-file we are reading from, and ADDR
is the address relative to which its symbols are (incremental) or 0
(normal). */
static struct partial_symtab *
xcoff_start_psymtab (struct objfile *objfile,
const char *filename, int first_symnum,
struct partial_symbol **global_syms,
struct partial_symbol **static_syms)
{
struct partial_symtab *result =
start_psymtab_common (objfile,
filename,
/* We fill in textlow later. */
0,
global_syms, static_syms);
result->read_symtab_private =
XOBNEW (&objfile->objfile_obstack, struct symloc);
((struct symloc *) result->read_symtab_private)->first_symnum = first_symnum;
result->read_symtab = xcoff_read_symtab;
/* Deduce the source language from the filename for this psymtab. */
psymtab_language = deduce_language_from_filename (filename);
return result;
}
/* Close off the current usage of PST.
Returns PST, or NULL if the partial symtab was empty and thrown away.
CAPPING_SYMBOL_NUMBER is the end of pst (exclusive).
INCLUDE_LIST, NUM_INCLUDES, DEPENDENCY_LIST, and NUMBER_DEPENDENCIES
are the information for includes and dependencies. */
static struct partial_symtab *
xcoff_end_psymtab (struct objfile *objfile, struct partial_symtab *pst,
const char **include_list, int num_includes,
int capping_symbol_number,
struct partial_symtab **dependency_list,
int number_dependencies, int textlow_not_set)
{
int i;
if (capping_symbol_number != -1)
((struct symloc *) pst->read_symtab_private)->numsyms =
capping_symbol_number
- ((struct symloc *) pst->read_symtab_private)->first_symnum;
((struct symloc *) pst->read_symtab_private)->lineno_off =
first_fun_line_offset;
first_fun_line_offset = 0;
end_psymtab_common (objfile, pst);
pst->number_of_dependencies = number_dependencies;
if (number_dependencies)
{
pst->dependencies = XOBNEWVEC (&objfile->objfile_obstack,
struct partial_symtab *,
number_dependencies);
memcpy (pst->dependencies, dependency_list,
number_dependencies * sizeof (struct partial_symtab *));
}
else
pst->dependencies = 0;
for (i = 0; i < num_includes; i++)
{
struct partial_symtab *subpst =
allocate_psymtab (include_list[i], objfile);
subpst->read_symtab_private = obstack_alloc (&objfile->objfile_obstack,
sizeof (struct symloc));
((struct symloc *) subpst->read_symtab_private)->first_symnum = 0;
((struct symloc *) subpst->read_symtab_private)->numsyms = 0;
subpst->textlow = 0;
subpst->texthigh = 0;
/* We could save slight bits of space by only making one of these,
shared by the entire set of include files. FIXME-someday. */
subpst->dependencies =
XOBNEW (&objfile->objfile_obstack, struct partial_symtab *);
subpst->dependencies[0] = pst;
subpst->number_of_dependencies = 1;
subpst->globals_offset =
subpst->n_global_syms =
subpst->statics_offset =
subpst->n_static_syms = 0;
subpst->readin = 0;
subpst->compunit_symtab = NULL;
subpst->read_symtab = pst->read_symtab;
}
if (num_includes == 0
&& number_dependencies == 0
&& pst->n_global_syms == 0
&& pst->n_static_syms == 0)
{
/* Throw away this psymtab, it's empty. We can't deallocate it, since
it is on the obstack, but we can forget to chain it on the list. */
/* Empty psymtabs happen as a result of header files which don't have
any symbols in them. There can be a lot of them. */
discard_psymtab (objfile, pst);
/* Indicate that psymtab was thrown away. */
pst = NULL;
}
return pst;
}
/* Swap raw symbol at *RAW and put the name in *NAME, the symbol in
*SYMBOL, the first auxent in *AUX. Advance *RAW and *SYMNUMP over
the symbol and its auxents. */
static void
swap_sym (struct internal_syment *symbol, union internal_auxent *aux,
const char **name, char **raw, unsigned int *symnump,
struct objfile *objfile)
{
bfd_coff_swap_sym_in (objfile->obfd, *raw, symbol);
if (symbol->n_zeroes)
{
/* If it's exactly E_SYMNMLEN characters long it isn't
'\0'-terminated. */
if (symbol->n_name[E_SYMNMLEN - 1] != '\0')
{
/* FIXME: wastes memory for symbols which we don't end up putting
into the minimal symbols. */
char *p;
p = (char *) obstack_alloc (&objfile->objfile_obstack,
E_SYMNMLEN + 1);
strncpy (p, symbol->n_name, E_SYMNMLEN);
p[E_SYMNMLEN] = '\0';
*name = p;
}
else
/* Point to the unswapped name as that persists as long as the
objfile does. */
*name = ((struct external_syment *) *raw)->e.e_name;
}
else if (symbol->n_sclass & 0x80)
{
*name = XCOFF_DATA (objfile)->debugsec + symbol->n_offset;
}
else
{
*name = XCOFF_DATA (objfile)->strtbl + symbol->n_offset;
}
++*symnump;
*raw += coff_data (objfile->obfd)->local_symesz;
if (symbol->n_numaux > 0)
{
bfd_coff_swap_aux_in (objfile->obfd, *raw, symbol->n_type,
symbol->n_sclass, 0, symbol->n_numaux, aux);
*symnump += symbol->n_numaux;
*raw += coff_data (objfile->obfd)->local_symesz * symbol->n_numaux;
}
}
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);
}
static void
scan_xcoff_symtab (struct objfile *objfile)
{
struct gdbarch *gdbarch = get_objfile_arch (objfile);
CORE_ADDR toc_offset = 0; /* toc offset value in data section. */
const char *filestring = NULL;
const char *namestring;
bfd *abfd;
asection *bfd_sect;
unsigned int nsyms;
/* Current partial symtab */
struct partial_symtab *pst;
/* List of current psymtab's include files. */
const char **psymtab_include_list;
int includes_allocated;
int includes_used;
/* Index within current psymtab dependency list. */
struct partial_symtab **dependency_list;
int dependencies_used, dependencies_allocated;
char *sraw_symbol;
struct internal_syment symbol;
union internal_auxent main_aux[5];
unsigned int ssymnum;
const char *last_csect_name = NULL; /* Last seen csect's name and value. */
CORE_ADDR last_csect_val = 0;
int last_csect_sec = 0;
int misc_func_recorded = 0; /* true if any misc. function. */
int textlow_not_set = 1;
pst = (struct partial_symtab *) 0;
includes_allocated = 30;
includes_used = 0;
psymtab_include_list = (const char **) alloca (includes_allocated *
sizeof (const char *));
dependencies_allocated = 30;
dependencies_used = 0;
dependency_list =
(struct partial_symtab **) alloca (dependencies_allocated *
sizeof (struct partial_symtab *));
set_last_source_file (NULL);
abfd = objfile->obfd;
next_symbol_text_func = xcoff_next_symbol_text;
sraw_symbol = XCOFF_DATA (objfile)->symtbl;
nsyms = XCOFF_DATA (objfile)->symtbl_num_syms;
ssymnum = 0;
while (ssymnum < nsyms)
{
int sclass;
QUIT;
bfd_coff_swap_sym_in (abfd, sraw_symbol, &symbol);
sclass = symbol.n_sclass;
switch (sclass)
{
case C_EXT:
case C_HIDEXT:
{
/* The CSECT auxent--always the last auxent. */
union internal_auxent csect_aux;
unsigned int symnum_before = ssymnum;
swap_sym (&symbol, &main_aux[0], &namestring, &sraw_symbol,
&ssymnum, objfile);
if (symbol.n_numaux > 1)
{
bfd_coff_swap_aux_in
(objfile->obfd,
sraw_symbol - coff_data (abfd)->local_symesz,
symbol.n_type,
symbol.n_sclass,
symbol.n_numaux - 1,
symbol.n_numaux,
&csect_aux);
}
else
csect_aux = main_aux[0];
/* If symbol name starts with ".$" or "$", ignore it. */
if (namestring[0] == '$'
|| (namestring[0] == '.' && namestring[1] == '$'))
break;
switch (csect_aux.x_csect.x_smtyp & 0x7)
{
case XTY_SD:
switch (csect_aux.x_csect.x_smclas)
{
case XMC_PR:
if (last_csect_name)
{
/* If no misc. function recorded in the last
seen csect, enter it as a function. This
will take care of functions like strcmp()
compiled by xlc. */
if (!misc_func_recorded)
{
record_minimal_symbol
(last_csect_name, last_csect_val,
mst_text, last_csect_sec, objfile);
misc_func_recorded = 1;
}
if (pst != NULL)
{
/* We have to allocate one psymtab for
each program csect, because their text
sections need not be adjacent. */
xcoff_end_psymtab
(objfile, pst, psymtab_include_list,
includes_used, symnum_before, dependency_list,
dependencies_used, textlow_not_set);
includes_used = 0;
dependencies_used = 0;
/* Give all psymtabs for this source file the same
name. */
pst = xcoff_start_psymtab
(objfile,
filestring,
symnum_before,
objfile->global_psymbols.next,
objfile->static_psymbols.next);
}
}
/* Activate the misc_func_recorded mechanism for
compiler- and linker-generated CSECTs like ".strcmp"
and "@FIX1". */
if (namestring && (namestring[0] == '.'
|| namestring[0] == '@'))
{
last_csect_name = namestring;
last_csect_val = symbol.n_value;
last_csect_sec = symbol.n_scnum;
}
if (pst != NULL)
{
CORE_ADDR highval =
symbol.n_value + csect_aux.x_csect.x_scnlen.l;
if (highval > pst->texthigh)
pst->texthigh = highval;
if (pst->textlow == 0 || symbol.n_value < pst->textlow)
pst->textlow = symbol.n_value;
}
misc_func_recorded = 0;
break;
case XMC_RW:
case XMC_TD:
/* Data variables are recorded in the minimal symbol
table, except for section symbols. */
if (*namestring != '.')
record_minimal_symbol
(namestring, symbol.n_value,
sclass == C_HIDEXT ? mst_file_data : mst_data,
symbol.n_scnum, objfile);
break;
case XMC_TC0:
if (toc_offset)
warning (_("More than one XMC_TC0 symbol found."));
toc_offset = symbol.n_value;
/* Make TOC offset relative to start address of
section. */
bfd_sect = secnum_to_bfd_section (symbol.n_scnum, objfile);
if (bfd_sect)
toc_offset -= bfd_section_vma (objfile->obfd, bfd_sect);
break;
case XMC_TC:
/* These symbols tell us where the TOC entry for a
variable is, not the variable itself. */
break;
default:
break;
}
break;
case XTY_LD:
switch (csect_aux.x_csect.x_smclas)
{
case XMC_PR:
/* A function entry point. */
if (first_fun_line_offset == 0 && symbol.n_numaux > 1)
first_fun_line_offset =
main_aux[0].x_sym.x_fcnary.x_fcn.x_lnnoptr;
record_minimal_symbol
(namestring, symbol.n_value,
sclass == C_HIDEXT ? mst_file_text : mst_text,
symbol.n_scnum, objfile);
misc_func_recorded = 1;
break;
case XMC_GL:
/* shared library function trampoline code entry
point. */
/* record trampoline code entries as
mst_solib_trampoline symbol. When we lookup mst
symbols, we will choose mst_text over
mst_solib_trampoline. */
record_minimal_symbol
(namestring, symbol.n_value,
mst_solib_trampoline, symbol.n_scnum, objfile);
misc_func_recorded = 1;
break;
case XMC_DS:
/* The symbols often have the same names as
debug symbols for functions, and confuse
lookup_symbol. */
break;
default:
/* xlc puts each variable in a separate csect,
so we get an XTY_SD for each variable. But
gcc puts several variables in a csect, so
that each variable only gets an XTY_LD. We
still need to record them. This will
typically be XMC_RW; I suspect XMC_RO and
XMC_BS might be possible too. */
if (*namestring != '.')
record_minimal_symbol
(namestring, symbol.n_value,
sclass == C_HIDEXT ? mst_file_data : mst_data,
symbol.n_scnum, objfile);
break;
}
break;
case XTY_CM:
switch (csect_aux.x_csect.x_smclas)
{
case XMC_RW:
case XMC_BS:
/* Common variables are recorded in the minimal symbol
table, except for section symbols. */
if (*namestring != '.')
record_minimal_symbol
(namestring, symbol.n_value,
sclass == C_HIDEXT ? mst_file_bss : mst_bss,
symbol.n_scnum, objfile);
break;
}
break;
default:
break;
}
}
break;
case C_FILE:
{
unsigned int symnum_before;
symnum_before = ssymnum;
swap_sym (&symbol, &main_aux[0], &namestring, &sraw_symbol,
&ssymnum, objfile);
/* See if the last csect needs to be recorded. */
if (last_csect_name && !misc_func_recorded)
{
/* If no misc. function recorded in the last seen csect, enter
it as a function. This will take care of functions like
strcmp() compiled by xlc. */
record_minimal_symbol (last_csect_name, last_csect_val,
mst_text, last_csect_sec, objfile);
misc_func_recorded = 1;
}
if (pst)
{
xcoff_end_psymtab (objfile, pst, psymtab_include_list,
includes_used, symnum_before,
dependency_list, dependencies_used,
textlow_not_set);
includes_used = 0;
dependencies_used = 0;
}
first_fun_line_offset = 0;
/* XCOFF, according to the AIX 3.2 documentation, puts the
filename in cs->c_name. But xlc 1.3.0.2 has decided to
do things the standard COFF way and put it in the auxent.
We use the auxent if the symbol is ".file" and an auxent
exists, otherwise use the symbol itself. */
if (!strcmp (namestring, ".file") && symbol.n_numaux > 0)
{
filestring = coff_getfilename (&main_aux[0], objfile);
}
else
filestring = namestring;
pst = xcoff_start_psymtab (objfile,
filestring,
symnum_before,
objfile->global_psymbols.next,
objfile->static_psymbols.next);
last_csect_name = NULL;
}
break;
default:
{
complaint (&symfile_complaints,
_("Storage class %d not recognized during scan"),
sclass);
}
/* FALLTHROUGH */
/* C_FCN is .bf and .ef symbols. I think it is sufficient
to handle only the C_FUN and C_EXT. */
case C_FCN:
case C_BSTAT:
case C_ESTAT:
case C_ARG:
case C_REGPARM:
case C_REG:
case C_TPDEF:
case C_STRTAG:
case C_UNTAG:
case C_ENTAG:
case C_LABEL:
case C_NULL:
/* C_EINCL means we are switching back to the main file. But there
is no reason to care; the only thing we want to know about
includes is the names of all the included (.h) files. */
case C_EINCL:
case C_BLOCK:
/* I don't think C_STAT is used in xcoff; C_HIDEXT appears to be
used instead. */
case C_STAT:
/* I don't think the name of the common block (as opposed to the
variables within it) is something which is user visible
currently. */
case C_BCOMM:
case C_ECOMM:
case C_PSYM:
case C_RPSYM:
/* I think we can ignore C_LSYM; types on xcoff seem to use C_DECL
so C_LSYM would appear to be only for locals. */
case C_LSYM:
case C_AUTO:
case C_RSYM:
{
/* We probably could save a few instructions by assuming that
C_LSYM, C_PSYM, etc., never have auxents. */
int naux1 = symbol.n_numaux + 1;
ssymnum += naux1;
sraw_symbol += bfd_coff_symesz (abfd) * naux1;
}
break;
case C_BINCL:
{
/* Mark down an include file in the current psymtab. */
enum language tmp_language;
swap_sym (&symbol, &main_aux[0], &namestring, &sraw_symbol,
&ssymnum, objfile);
tmp_language = deduce_language_from_filename (namestring);
/* Only change the psymtab's language if we've learned
something useful (eg. tmp_language is not language_unknown).
In addition, to match what start_subfile does, never change
from C++ to C. */
if (tmp_language != language_unknown
&& (tmp_language != language_c
|| psymtab_language != language_cplus))
psymtab_language = tmp_language;
/* In C++, one may expect the same filename to come round many
times, when code is coming alternately from the main file
and from inline functions in other files. So I check to see
if this is a file we've seen before -- either the main
source file, or a previously included file.
This seems to be a lot of time to be spending on N_SOL, but
things like "break c-exp.y:435" need to work (I
suppose the psymtab_include_list could be hashed or put
in a binary tree, if profiling shows this is a major hog). */
if (pst && strcmp (namestring, pst->filename) == 0)
continue;
{
int i;
for (i = 0; i < includes_used; i++)
if (strcmp (namestring, psymtab_include_list[i]) == 0)
{
i = -1;
break;
}
if (i == -1)
continue;
}
psymtab_include_list[includes_used++] = namestring;
if (includes_used >= includes_allocated)
{
const char **orig = psymtab_include_list;
psymtab_include_list = (const char **)
alloca ((includes_allocated *= 2) *
sizeof (const char *));
memcpy (psymtab_include_list, orig,
includes_used * sizeof (const char *));
}
continue;
}
case C_FUN:
/* The value of the C_FUN is not the address of the function (it
appears to be the address before linking), but as long as it
is smaller than the actual address, then find_pc_partial_function
will use the minimal symbols instead. I hope. */
case C_GSYM:
case C_ECOML:
case C_DECL:
case C_STSYM:
{
const char *p;
swap_sym (&symbol, &main_aux[0], &namestring, &sraw_symbol,
&ssymnum, objfile);
p = strchr (namestring, ':');
if (!p)
continue; /* Not a debugging symbol. */
/* Main processing section for debugging symbols which
the initial read through the symbol tables needs to worry
about. If we reach this point, the symbol which we are
considering is definitely one we are interested in.
p must also contain the (valid) index into the namestring
which indicates the debugging type symbol. */
switch (p[1])
{
case 'S':
symbol.n_value += ANOFFSET (objfile->section_offsets,
SECT_OFF_DATA (objfile));
if (gdbarch_static_transform_name_p (gdbarch))
namestring = gdbarch_static_transform_name
(gdbarch, namestring);
add_psymbol_to_list (namestring, p - namestring, 1,
VAR_DOMAIN, LOC_STATIC,
&objfile->static_psymbols,
symbol.n_value,
psymtab_language, objfile);
continue;
case 'G':
symbol.n_value += ANOFFSET (objfile->section_offsets,
SECT_OFF_DATA (objfile));
/* The addresses in these entries are reported to be
wrong. See the code that reads 'G's for symtabs. */
add_psymbol_to_list (namestring, p - namestring, 1,
VAR_DOMAIN, LOC_STATIC,
&objfile->global_psymbols,
symbol.n_value,
psymtab_language, objfile);
continue;
case 'T':
/* When a 'T' entry is defining an anonymous enum, it
may have a name which is the empty string, or a
single space. Since they're not really defining a
symbol, those shouldn't go in the partial symbol
table. We do pick up the elements of such enums at
'check_enum:', below. */
if (p >= namestring + 2
|| (p == namestring + 1
&& namestring[0] != ' '))
{
add_psymbol_to_list (namestring, p - namestring, 1,
STRUCT_DOMAIN, LOC_TYPEDEF,
&objfile->static_psymbols,
0, psymtab_language, objfile);
if (p[2] == 't')
{
/* Also a typedef with the same name. */
add_psymbol_to_list (namestring, p - namestring, 1,
VAR_DOMAIN, LOC_TYPEDEF,
&objfile->static_psymbols,
0, psymtab_language, objfile);
p += 1;
}
}
goto check_enum;
case 't':
if (p != namestring) /* a name is there, not just :T... */
{
add_psymbol_to_list (namestring, p - namestring, 1,
VAR_DOMAIN, LOC_TYPEDEF,
&objfile->static_psymbols,
0, psymtab_language, objfile);
}
check_enum:
/* If this is an enumerated type, we need to
add all the enum constants to the partial symbol
table. This does not cover enums without names, e.g.
"enum {a, b} c;" in C, but fortunately those are
rare. There is no way for GDB to find those from the
enum type without spending too much time on it. Thus
to solve this problem, the compiler needs to put out the
enum in a nameless type. GCC2 does this. */
/* We are looking for something of the form
<name> ":" ("t" | "T") [<number> "="] "e"
{<constant> ":" <value> ","} ";". */
/* Skip over the colon and the 't' or 'T'. */
p += 2;
/* This type may be given a number. Also, numbers can come
in pairs like (0,26). Skip over it. */
while ((*p >= '0' && *p <= '9')
|| *p == '(' || *p == ',' || *p == ')'
|| *p == '=')
p++;
if (*p++ == 'e')
{
/* The aix4 compiler emits extra crud before the
members. */
if (*p == '-')
{
/* Skip over the type (?). */
while (*p != ':')
p++;
/* Skip over the colon. */
p++;
}
/* We have found an enumerated type. */
/* According to comments in read_enum_type
a comma could end it instead of a semicolon.
I don't know where that happens.
Accept either. */
while (*p && *p != ';' && *p != ',')
{
const char *q;
/* Check for and handle cretinous dbx symbol name
continuation! */
if (*p == '\\' || (*p == '?' && p[1] == '\0'))
p = next_symbol_text (objfile);
/* Point to the character after the name
of the enum constant. */
for (q = p; *q && *q != ':'; q++)
;
/* Note that the value doesn't matter for
enum constants in psymtabs, just in symtabs. */
add_psymbol_to_list (p, q - p, 1,
VAR_DOMAIN, LOC_CONST,
&objfile->static_psymbols,
0, psymtab_language, objfile);
/* Point past the name. */
p = q;
/* Skip over the value. */
while (*p && *p != ',')
p++;
/* Advance past the comma. */
if (*p)
p++;
}
}
continue;
case 'c':
/* Constant, e.g. from "const" in Pascal. */
add_psymbol_to_list (namestring, p - namestring, 1,
VAR_DOMAIN, LOC_CONST,
&objfile->static_psymbols,
0, psymtab_language, objfile);
continue;
case 'f':
if (! pst)
{
int name_len = p - namestring;
char *name = (char *) xmalloc (name_len + 1);
memcpy (name, namestring, name_len);
name[name_len] = '\0';
function_outside_compilation_unit_complaint (name);
xfree (name);
}
symbol.n_value += ANOFFSET (objfile->section_offsets,
SECT_OFF_TEXT (objfile));
add_psymbol_to_list (namestring, p - namestring, 1,
VAR_DOMAIN, LOC_BLOCK,
&objfile->static_psymbols,
symbol.n_value,
psymtab_language, objfile);
continue;
/* Global functions were ignored here, but now they
are put into the global psymtab like one would expect.
They're also in the minimal symbol table. */
case 'F':
if (! pst)
{
int name_len = p - namestring;
char *name = (char *) xmalloc (name_len + 1);
memcpy (name, namestring, name_len);
name[name_len] = '\0';
function_outside_compilation_unit_complaint (name);
xfree (name);
}
/* We need only the minimal symbols for these
loader-generated definitions. Keeping the global
symbols leads to "in psymbols but not in symbols"
errors. */
if (startswith (namestring, "@FIX"))
continue;
symbol.n_value += ANOFFSET (objfile->section_offsets,
SECT_OFF_TEXT (objfile));
add_psymbol_to_list (namestring, p - namestring, 1,
VAR_DOMAIN, LOC_BLOCK,
&objfile->global_psymbols,
symbol.n_value,
psymtab_language, objfile);
continue;
/* Two things show up here (hopefully); static symbols of
local scope (static used inside braces) or extensions
of structure symbols. We can ignore both. */
case 'V':
case '(':
case '0':
case '1':
case '2':
case '3':
case '4':
case '5':
case '6':
case '7':
case '8':
case '9':
case '-':
case '#': /* For symbol identification (used in
live ranges). */
continue;
case ':':
/* It is a C++ nested symbol. We don't need to record it
(I don't think); if we try to look up foo::bar::baz,
then symbols for the symtab containing foo should get
read in, I think. */
/* Someone says sun cc puts out symbols like
/foo/baz/maclib::/usr/local/bin/maclib,
which would get here with a symbol type of ':'. */
continue;
default:
/* Unexpected symbol descriptor. The second and
subsequent stabs of a continued stab can show up
here. The question is whether they ever can mimic
a normal stab--it would be nice if not, since we
certainly don't want to spend the time searching to
the end of every string looking for a
backslash. */
complaint (&symfile_complaints,
_("unknown symbol descriptor `%c'"), p[1]);
/* Ignore it; perhaps it is an extension that we don't
know about. */
continue;
}
}
}
}
if (pst)
{
xcoff_end_psymtab (objfile, pst, psymtab_include_list, includes_used,
ssymnum, dependency_list,
dependencies_used, textlow_not_set);
}
/* Record the toc offset value of this symbol table into objfile
structure. If no XMC_TC0 is found, toc_offset should be zero.
Another place to obtain this information would be file auxiliary
header. */
XCOFF_DATA (objfile)->toc_offset = toc_offset;
}
/* Return the toc offset value for a given objfile. */
CORE_ADDR
xcoff_get_toc_offset (struct objfile *objfile)
{
if (objfile)
return XCOFF_DATA (objfile)->toc_offset;
return 0;
}
/* Scan and build partial symbols for a symbol file.
We have been initialized by a call to dbx_symfile_init, which
put all the relevant info into a "struct dbx_symfile_info",
hung off the objfile structure.
SECTION_OFFSETS contains offsets relative to which the symbols in the
various sections are (depending where the sections were actually
loaded). */
static void
xcoff_initial_scan (struct objfile *objfile, int symfile_flags)
{
bfd *abfd;
int val;
struct cleanup *back_to;
int num_symbols; /* # of symbols */
file_ptr symtab_offset; /* symbol table and */
file_ptr stringtab_offset; /* string table file offsets */
struct coff_symfile_info *info;
const char *name;
unsigned int size;
info = XCOFF_DATA (objfile);
symfile_bfd = abfd = objfile->obfd;
name = objfile_name (objfile);
num_symbols = bfd_get_symcount (abfd); /* # of symbols */
symtab_offset = obj_sym_filepos (abfd); /* symbol table file offset */
stringtab_offset = symtab_offset +
num_symbols * coff_data (abfd)->local_symesz;