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/* stabs.c -- Parse stabs debugging information
Copyright (C) 1995-2016 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
Written by Ian Lance Taylor <ian@cygnus.com>.
This file is part of GNU Binutils.
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, write to the Free Software
Foundation, Inc., 51 Franklin Street - Fifth Floor, Boston, MA
02110-1301, USA. */
/* This file contains code which parses stabs debugging information.
The organization of this code is based on the gdb stabs reading
code. The job it does is somewhat different, because it is not
trying to identify the correct address for anything. */
#include "sysdep.h"
#include "bfd.h"
#include "libiberty.h"
#include "safe-ctype.h"
#include "demangle.h"
#include "debug.h"
#include "budbg.h"
#include "filenames.h"
#include "aout/aout64.h"
#include "aout/stab_gnu.h"
/* The number of predefined XCOFF types. */
#define XCOFF_TYPE_COUNT 34
/* This structure is used as a handle so that the stab parsing doesn't
need to use any static variables. */
struct stab_handle
{
/* The BFD. */
bfd *abfd;
/* TRUE if this is stabs in sections. */
bfd_boolean sections;
/* The symbol table. */
asymbol **syms;
/* The number of symbols. */
long symcount;
/* The accumulated file name string. */
char *so_string;
/* The value of the last N_SO symbol. */
bfd_vma so_value;
/* The value of the start of the file, so that we can handle file
relative N_LBRAC and N_RBRAC symbols. */
bfd_vma file_start_offset;
/* The offset of the start of the function, so that we can handle
function relative N_LBRAC and N_RBRAC symbols. */
bfd_vma function_start_offset;
/* The version number of gcc which compiled the current compilation
unit, 0 if not compiled by gcc. */
int gcc_compiled;
/* Whether an N_OPT symbol was seen that was not generated by gcc,
so that we can detect the SunPRO compiler. */
bfd_boolean n_opt_found;
/* The main file name. */
char *main_filename;
/* A stack of unfinished N_BINCL files. */
struct bincl_file *bincl_stack;
/* A list of finished N_BINCL files. */
struct bincl_file *bincl_list;
/* Whether we are inside a function or not. */
bfd_boolean within_function;
/* The address of the end of the function, used if we have seen an
N_FUN symbol while in a function. This is -1 if we have not seen
an N_FUN (the normal case). */
bfd_vma function_end;
/* The depth of block nesting. */
int block_depth;
/* List of pending variable definitions. */
struct stab_pending_var *pending;
/* Number of files for which we have types. */
unsigned int files;
/* Lists of types per file. */
struct stab_types **file_types;
/* Predefined XCOFF types. */
debug_type xcoff_types[XCOFF_TYPE_COUNT];
/* Undefined tags. */
struct stab_tag *tags;
/* Set by parse_stab_type if it sees a structure defined as a cross
reference to itself. Reset by parse_stab_type otherwise. */
bfd_boolean self_crossref;
};
/* A list of these structures is used to hold pending variable
definitions seen before the N_LBRAC of a block. */
struct stab_pending_var
{
/* Next pending variable definition. */
struct stab_pending_var *next;
/* Name. */
const char *name;
/* Type. */
debug_type type;
/* Kind. */
enum debug_var_kind kind;
/* Value. */
bfd_vma val;
};
/* A list of these structures is used to hold the types for a single
file. */
struct stab_types
{
/* Next set of slots for this file. */
struct stab_types *next;
/* Types indexed by type number. */
#define STAB_TYPES_SLOTS (16)
debug_type types[STAB_TYPES_SLOTS];
};
/* We keep a list of undefined tags that we encounter, so that we can
fill them in if the tag is later defined. */
struct stab_tag
{
/* Next undefined tag. */
struct stab_tag *next;
/* Tag name. */
const char *name;
/* Type kind. */
enum debug_type_kind kind;
/* Slot to hold real type when we discover it. If we don't, we fill
in an undefined tag type. */
debug_type slot;
/* Indirect type we have created to point at slot. */
debug_type type;
};
static char *savestring (const char *, int);
static bfd_vma parse_number (const char **, bfd_boolean *);
static void bad_stab (const char *);
static void warn_stab (const char *, const char *);
static bfd_boolean parse_stab_string
(void *, struct stab_handle *, int, int, bfd_vma, const char *);
static debug_type parse_stab_type
(void *, struct stab_handle *, const char *, const char **, debug_type **);
static bfd_boolean parse_stab_type_number (const char **, int *);
static debug_type parse_stab_range_type
(void *, struct stab_handle *, const char *, const char **, const int *);
static debug_type parse_stab_sun_builtin_type (void *, const char **);
static debug_type parse_stab_sun_floating_type (void *, const char **);
static debug_type parse_stab_enum_type (void *, const char **);
static debug_type parse_stab_struct_type
(void *, struct stab_handle *, const char *, const char **,
bfd_boolean, const int *);
static bfd_boolean parse_stab_baseclasses
(void *, struct stab_handle *, const char **, debug_baseclass **);
static bfd_boolean parse_stab_struct_fields
(void *, struct stab_handle *, const char **, debug_field **, bfd_boolean *);
static bfd_boolean parse_stab_cpp_abbrev
(void *, struct stab_handle *, const char **, debug_field *);
static bfd_boolean parse_stab_one_struct_field
(void *, struct stab_handle *, const char **, const char *,
debug_field *, bfd_boolean *);
static bfd_boolean parse_stab_members
(void *, struct stab_handle *, const char *, const char **, const int *,
debug_method **);
static debug_type parse_stab_argtypes
(void *, struct stab_handle *, debug_type, const char *, const char *,
debug_type, const char *, bfd_boolean, bfd_boolean, const char **);
static bfd_boolean parse_stab_tilde_field
(void *, struct stab_handle *, const char **, const int *, debug_type *,
bfd_boolean *);
static debug_type parse_stab_array_type
(void *, struct stab_handle *, const char **, bfd_boolean);
static void push_bincl (struct stab_handle *, const char *, bfd_vma);
static const char *pop_bincl (struct stab_handle *);
static bfd_boolean find_excl (struct stab_handle *, const char *, bfd_vma);
static bfd_boolean stab_record_variable
(void *, struct stab_handle *, const char *, debug_type,
enum debug_var_kind, bfd_vma);
static bfd_boolean stab_emit_pending_vars (void *, struct stab_handle *);
static debug_type *stab_find_slot (struct stab_handle *, const int *);
static debug_type stab_find_type (void *, struct stab_handle *, const int *);
static bfd_boolean stab_record_type
(void *, struct stab_handle *, const int *, debug_type);
static debug_type stab_xcoff_builtin_type
(void *, struct stab_handle *, int);
static debug_type stab_find_tagged_type
(void *, struct stab_handle *, const char *, int, enum debug_type_kind);
static debug_type *stab_demangle_argtypes
(void *, struct stab_handle *, const char *, bfd_boolean *, unsigned int);
static debug_type *stab_demangle_v3_argtypes
(void *, struct stab_handle *, const char *, bfd_boolean *);
static debug_type *stab_demangle_v3_arglist
(void *, struct stab_handle *, struct demangle_component *, bfd_boolean *);
static debug_type stab_demangle_v3_arg
(void *, struct stab_handle *, struct demangle_component *, debug_type,
bfd_boolean *);
/* Save a string in memory. */
static char *
savestring (const char *start, int len)
{
char *ret;
ret = (char *) xmalloc (len + 1);
memcpy (ret, start, len);
ret[len] = '\0';
return ret;
}
/* Read a number from a string. */
static bfd_vma
parse_number (const char **pp, bfd_boolean *poverflow)
{
unsigned long ul;
const char *orig;
if (poverflow != NULL)
*poverflow = FALSE;
orig = *pp;
errno = 0;
ul = strtoul (*pp, (char **) pp, 0);
if (ul + 1 != 0 || errno == 0)
{
/* If bfd_vma is larger than unsigned long, and the number is
meant to be negative, we have to make sure that we sign
extend properly. */
if (*orig == '-')
return (bfd_vma) (bfd_signed_vma) (long) ul;
return (bfd_vma) ul;
}
/* Note that even though strtoul overflowed, it should have set *pp
to the end of the number, which is where we want it. */
if (sizeof (bfd_vma) > sizeof (unsigned long))
{
const char *p;
bfd_boolean neg;
int base;
bfd_vma over, lastdig;
bfd_boolean overflow;
bfd_vma v;
/* Our own version of strtoul, for a bfd_vma. */
p = orig;
neg = FALSE;
if (*p == '+')
++p;
else if (*p == '-')
{
neg = TRUE;
++p;
}
base = 10;
if (*p == '0')
{
if (p[1] == 'x' || p[1] == 'X')
{
base = 16;
p += 2;
}
else
{
base = 8;
++p;
}
}
over = ((bfd_vma) (bfd_signed_vma) -1) / (bfd_vma) base;
lastdig = ((bfd_vma) (bfd_signed_vma) -1) % (bfd_vma) base;
overflow = FALSE;
v = 0;
while (1)
{
int d;
d = *p++;
if (ISDIGIT (d))
d -= '0';
else if (ISUPPER (d))
d -= 'A';
else if (ISLOWER (d))
d -= 'a';
else
break;
if (d >= base)
break;
if (v > over || (v == over && (bfd_vma) d > lastdig))
{
overflow = TRUE;
break;
}
}
if (! overflow)
{
if (neg)
v = - v;
return v;
}
}
/* If we get here, the number is too large to represent in a
bfd_vma. */
if (poverflow != NULL)
*poverflow = TRUE;
else
warn_stab (orig, _("numeric overflow"));
return 0;
}
/* Give an error for a bad stab string. */
static void
bad_stab (const char *p)
{
fprintf (stderr, _("Bad stab: %s\n"), p);
}
/* Warn about something in a stab string. */
static void
warn_stab (const char *p, const char *err)
{
fprintf (stderr, _("Warning: %s: %s\n"), err, p);
}
/* Create a handle to parse stabs symbols with. */
void *
start_stab (void *dhandle ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED, bfd *abfd, bfd_boolean sections,
asymbol **syms, long symcount)
{
struct stab_handle *ret;
ret = (struct stab_handle *) xmalloc (sizeof *ret);
memset (ret, 0, sizeof *ret);
ret->abfd = abfd;
ret->sections = sections;
ret->syms = syms;
ret->symcount = symcount;
ret->files = 1;
ret->file_types = (struct stab_types **) xmalloc (sizeof *ret->file_types);
ret->file_types[0] = NULL;
ret->function_end = (bfd_vma) -1;
return (void *) ret;
}
/* When we have processed all the stabs information, we need to go
through and fill in all the undefined tags. */
bfd_boolean
finish_stab (void *dhandle, void *handle)
{
struct stab_handle *info = (struct stab_handle *) handle;
struct stab_tag *st;
if (info->within_function)
{
if (! stab_emit_pending_vars (dhandle, info)
|| ! debug_end_function (dhandle, info->function_end))
return FALSE;
info->within_function = FALSE;
info->function_end = (bfd_vma) -1;
}
for (st = info->tags; st != NULL; st = st->next)
{
enum debug_type_kind kind;
kind = st->kind;
if (kind == DEBUG_KIND_ILLEGAL)
kind = DEBUG_KIND_STRUCT;
st->slot = debug_make_undefined_tagged_type (dhandle, st->name, kind);
if (st->slot == DEBUG_TYPE_NULL)
return FALSE;
}
return TRUE;
}
/* Handle a single stabs symbol. */
bfd_boolean
parse_stab (void *dhandle, void *handle, int type, int desc, bfd_vma value,
const char *string)
{
struct stab_handle *info = (struct stab_handle *) handle;
/* gcc will emit two N_SO strings per compilation unit, one for the
directory name and one for the file name. We just collect N_SO
strings as we see them, and start the new compilation unit when
we see a non N_SO symbol. */
if (info->so_string != NULL
&& (type != N_SO || *string == '\0' || value != info->so_value))
{
if (! debug_set_filename (dhandle, info->so_string))
return FALSE;
info->main_filename = info->so_string;
info->gcc_compiled = 0;
info->n_opt_found = FALSE;
/* Generally, for stabs in the symbol table, the N_LBRAC and
N_RBRAC symbols are relative to the N_SO symbol value. */
if (! info->sections)
info->file_start_offset = info->so_value;
/* We need to reset the mapping from type numbers to types. We
can't free the old mapping, because of the use of
debug_make_indirect_type. */
info->files = 1;
info->file_types = ((struct stab_types **)
xmalloc (sizeof *info->file_types));
info->file_types[0] = NULL;
info->so_string = NULL;
/* Now process whatever type we just got. */
}
switch (type)
{
case N_FN:
case N_FN_SEQ:
break;
case N_LBRAC:
/* Ignore extra outermost context from SunPRO cc and acc. */
if (info->n_opt_found && desc == 1)
break;
if (! info->within_function)
{
fprintf (stderr, _("N_LBRAC not within function\n"));
return FALSE;
}
/* Start an inner lexical block. */
if (! debug_start_block (dhandle,
(value
+ info->file_start_offset
+ info->function_start_offset)))
return FALSE;
/* Emit any pending variable definitions. */
if (! stab_emit_pending_vars (dhandle, info))
return FALSE;
++info->block_depth;
break;
case N_RBRAC:
/* Ignore extra outermost context from SunPRO cc and acc. */
if (info->n_opt_found && desc == 1)
break;
/* We shouldn't have any pending variable definitions here, but,
if we do, we probably need to emit them before closing the
block. */
if (! stab_emit_pending_vars (dhandle, info))
return FALSE;
/* End an inner lexical block. */
if (! debug_end_block (dhandle,
(value
+ info->file_start_offset
+ info->function_start_offset)))
return FALSE;
--info->block_depth;
if (info->block_depth < 0)
{
fprintf (stderr, _("Too many N_RBRACs\n"));
return FALSE;
}
break;
case N_SO:
/* This always ends a function. */
if (info->within_function)
{
bfd_vma endval;
endval = value;
if (*string != '\0'
&& info->function_end != (bfd_vma) -1
&& info->function_end < endval)
endval = info->function_end;
if (! stab_emit_pending_vars (dhandle, info)
|| ! debug_end_function (dhandle, endval))
return FALSE;
info->within_function = FALSE;
info->function_end = (bfd_vma) -1;
}
/* An empty string is emitted by gcc at the end of a compilation
unit. */
if (*string == '\0')
return TRUE;
/* Just accumulate strings until we see a non N_SO symbol. If
the string starts with a directory separator or some other
form of absolute path specification, we discard the previously
accumulated strings. */
if (info->so_string == NULL)
info->so_string = xstrdup (string);
else
{
char *f;
f = info->so_string;
if (IS_ABSOLUTE_PATH (string))
info->so_string = xstrdup (string);
else
info->so_string = concat (info->so_string, string,
(const char *) NULL);
free (f);
}
info->so_value = value;
break;
case N_SOL:
/* Start an include file. */
if (! debug_start_source (dhandle, string))
return FALSE;
break;
case N_BINCL:
/* Start an include file which may be replaced. */
push_bincl (info, string, value);
if (! debug_start_source (dhandle, string))
return FALSE;
break;
case N_EINCL:
/* End an N_BINCL include. */
if (! debug_start_source (dhandle, pop_bincl (info)))
return FALSE;
break;
case N_EXCL:
/* This is a duplicate of a header file named by N_BINCL which
was eliminated by the linker. */
if (! find_excl (info, string, value))
return FALSE;
break;
case N_SLINE:
if (! debug_record_line (dhandle, desc,
value + (info->within_function
? info->function_start_offset : 0)))
return FALSE;
break;
case N_BCOMM:
if (! debug_start_common_block (dhandle, string))
return FALSE;
break;
case N_ECOMM:
if (! debug_end_common_block (dhandle, string))
return FALSE;
break;
case N_FUN:
if (*string == '\0')
{
if (info->within_function)
{
/* This always marks the end of a function; we don't
need to worry about info->function_end. */
if (info->sections)
value += info->function_start_offset;
if (! stab_emit_pending_vars (dhandle, info)
|| ! debug_end_function (dhandle, value))
return FALSE;
info->within_function = FALSE;
info->function_end = (bfd_vma) -1;
}
break;
}
/* A const static symbol in the .text section will have an N_FUN
entry. We need to use these to mark the end of the function,
in case we are looking at gcc output before it was changed to
always emit an empty N_FUN. We can't call debug_end_function
here, because it might be a local static symbol. */
if (info->within_function
&& (info->function_end == (bfd_vma) -1
|| value < info->function_end))
info->function_end = value;
/* Fall through. */
/* FIXME: gdb checks the string for N_STSYM, N_LCSYM or N_ROSYM
symbols, and if it does not start with :S, gdb relocates the
value to the start of the section. gcc always seems to use
:S, so we don't worry about this. */
/* Fall through. */
default:
{
const char *colon;
colon = strchr (string, ':');
if (colon != NULL
&& (colon[1] == 'f' || colon[1] == 'F'))
{
if (info->within_function)
{
bfd_vma endval;
endval = value;
if (info->function_end != (bfd_vma) -1
&& info->function_end < endval)
endval = info->function_end;
if (! stab_emit_pending_vars (dhandle, info)
|| ! debug_end_function (dhandle, endval))
return FALSE;
info->function_end = (bfd_vma) -1;
}
/* For stabs in sections, line numbers and block addresses
are offsets from the start of the function. */
if (info->sections)
info->function_start_offset = value;
info->within_function = TRUE;
}
if (! parse_stab_string (dhandle, info, type, desc, value, string))
return FALSE;
}
break;
case N_OPT:
if (string != NULL && strcmp (string, "gcc2_compiled.") == 0)
info->gcc_compiled = 2;
else if (string != NULL && strcmp (string, "gcc_compiled.") == 0)
info->gcc_compiled = 1;
else
info->n_opt_found = TRUE;
break;
case N_OBJ:
case N_ENDM:
case N_MAIN:
case N_WARNING:
break;
}
return TRUE;
}
/* Parse the stabs string. */
static bfd_boolean
parse_stab_string (void *dhandle, struct stab_handle *info, int stabtype,
int desc ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED, bfd_vma value, const char *string)
{
const char *p;
char *name;
int type;
debug_type dtype;
bfd_boolean synonym;
bfd_boolean self_crossref;
debug_type *slot;
p = strchr (string, ':');
if (p == NULL)
return TRUE;
while (p[1] == ':')
{
p += 2;
p = strchr (p, ':');
if (p == NULL)
{
bad_stab (string);
return FALSE;
}
}
/* FIXME: Sometimes the special C++ names start with '.'. */
name = NULL;
if (string[0] == '$')
{
switch (string[1])
{
case 't':
name = "this";
break;
case 'v':
/* Was: name = "vptr"; */
break;
case 'e':
name = "eh_throw";
break;
case '_':
/* This was an anonymous type that was never fixed up. */
break;
case 'X':
/* SunPRO (3.0 at least) static variable encoding. */
break;
default:
warn_stab (string, _("unknown C++ encoded name"));
break;
}
}
if (name == NULL)
{
if (p == string || (string[0] == ' ' && p == string + 1))
name = NULL;
else
name = savestring (string, p - string);
}
++p;
if (ISDIGIT (*p) || *p == '(' || *p == '-')
type = 'l';
else
type = *p++;
switch (type)
{
case 'c':
/* c is a special case, not followed by a type-number.
SYMBOL:c=iVALUE for an integer constant symbol.
SYMBOL:c=rVALUE for a floating constant symbol.
SYMBOL:c=eTYPE,INTVALUE for an enum constant symbol.
e.g. "b:c=e6,0" for "const b = blob1"
(where type 6 is defined by "blobs:t6=eblob1:0,blob2:1,;"). */
if (*p != '=')
{
bad_stab (string);
return FALSE;
}
++p;
switch (*p++)
{
case 'r':
/* Floating point constant. */
if (! debug_record_float_const (dhandle, name, atof (p)))
return FALSE;
break;
case 'i':
/* Integer constant. */
/* Defining integer constants this way is kind of silly,
since 'e' constants allows the compiler to give not only
the value, but the type as well. C has at least int,
long, unsigned int, and long long as constant types;
other languages probably should have at least unsigned as
well as signed constants. */
if (! debug_record_int_const (dhandle, name, atoi (p)))
return FALSE;
break;
case 'e':
/* SYMBOL:c=eTYPE,INTVALUE for a constant symbol whose value
can be represented as integral.
e.g. "b:c=e6,0" for "const b = blob1"
(where type 6 is defined by "blobs:t6=eblob1:0,blob2:1,;"). */
dtype = parse_stab_type (dhandle, info, (const char *) NULL,
&p, (debug_type **) NULL);
if (dtype == DEBUG_TYPE_NULL)
return FALSE;
if (*p != ',')
{
bad_stab (string);
return FALSE;
}
if (! debug_record_typed_const (dhandle, name, dtype, atoi (p)))
return FALSE;
break;
default:
bad_stab (string);
return FALSE;
}
break;
case 'C':
/* The name of a caught exception. */
dtype = parse_stab_type (dhandle, info, (const char *) NULL,
&p, (debug_type **) NULL);
if (dtype == DEBUG_TYPE_NULL)
return FALSE;
if (! debug_record_label (dhandle, name, dtype, value))
return FALSE;
break;
case 'f':
case 'F':
/* A function definition. */
dtype = parse_stab_type (dhandle, info, (const char *) NULL, &p,
(debug_type **) NULL);
if (dtype == DEBUG_TYPE_NULL)
return FALSE;
if (! debug_record_function (dhandle, name, dtype, type == 'F', value))
return FALSE;
/* Sun acc puts declared types of arguments here. We don't care
about their actual types (FIXME -- we should remember the whole
function prototype), but the list may define some new types
that we have to remember, so we must scan it now. */
while (*p == ';')
{
++p;
if (parse_stab_type (dhandle, info, (const char *) NULL, &p,
(debug_type **) NULL)
== DEBUG_TYPE_NULL)
return FALSE;
}
break;
case 'G':
{
asymbol **ps;
/* A global symbol. The value must be extracted from the
symbol table. */
dtype = parse_stab_type (dhandle, info, (const char *) NULL, &p,
(debug_type **) NULL);
if (dtype == DEBUG_TYPE_NULL)
return FALSE;
if (name != NULL)
{
char leading;
long c;
leading = bfd_get_symbol_leading_char (info->abfd);
for (c = info->symcount, ps = info->syms; c > 0; --c, ++ps)
{
const char *n;
n = bfd_asymbol_name (*ps);
if (leading != '\0' && *n == leading)
++n;
if (*n == *name && strcmp (n, name) == 0)
break;
}
if (c > 0)
value = bfd_asymbol_value (*ps);
}
if (! stab_record_variable (dhandle, info, name, dtype, DEBUG_GLOBAL,
value))
return FALSE;
}
break;
/* This case is faked by a conditional above, when there is no
code letter in the dbx data. Dbx data never actually
contains 'l'. */
case 'l':
case 's':
dtype = parse_stab_type (dhandle, info, (const char *) NULL, &p,
(debug_type **) NULL);
if (dtype == DEBUG_TYPE_NULL)
return FALSE;
if (! stab_record_variable (dhandle, info, name, dtype, DEBUG_LOCAL,
value))
return FALSE;
break;
case 'p':
/* A function parameter. */
if (*p != 'F')
dtype = parse_stab_type (dhandle, info, (const char *) NULL, &p,
(debug_type **) NULL);
else
{
/* pF is a two-letter code that means a function parameter in
Fortran. The type-number specifies the type of the return
value. Translate it into a pointer-to-function type. */
++p;
dtype = parse_stab_type (dhandle, info, (const char *) NULL, &p,
(debug_type **) NULL);
if (dtype != DEBUG_TYPE_NULL)
{
debug_type ftype;
ftype = debug_make_function_type (dhandle, dtype,
(debug_type *) NULL, FALSE);
dtype = debug_make_pointer_type (dhandle, ftype);
}
}
if (dtype == DEBUG_TYPE_NULL)
return FALSE;
if (! debug_record_parameter (dhandle, name, dtype, DEBUG_PARM_STACK,
value))
return FALSE;
/* FIXME: At this point gdb considers rearranging the parameter
address on a big endian machine if it is smaller than an int.
We have no way to do that, since we don't really know much
about the target. */
break;
case 'P':
if (stabtype == N_FUN)
{
/* Prototype of a function referenced by this file. */
while (*p == ';')
{
++p;
if (parse_stab_type (dhandle, info, (const char *) NULL, &p,
(debug_type **) NULL)
== DEBUG_TYPE_NULL)
return FALSE;
}
break;
}
/* Fall through. */
case 'R':
/* Parameter which is in a register. */
dtype = parse_stab_type (dhandle, info, (const char *) NULL, &p,
(debug_type **) NULL);
if (dtype == DEBUG_TYPE_NULL)
return FALSE;
if (! debug_record_parameter (dhandle, name, dtype, DEBUG_PARM_REG,
value))
return FALSE;
break;
case 'r':
/* Register variable (either global or local). */
dtype = parse_stab_type (dhandle, info, (const char *) NULL, &p,
(debug_type **) NULL);
if (dtype == DEBUG_TYPE_NULL)
return FALSE;
if (! stab_record_variable (dhandle, info, name, dtype, DEBUG_REGISTER,
value))
return FALSE;
/* FIXME: At this point gdb checks to combine pairs of 'p' and
'r' stabs into a single 'P' stab. */
break;
case 'S':
/* Static symbol at top level of file. */
dtype = parse_stab_type (dhandle, info, (const char *) NULL, &p,
(debug_type **) NULL);
if (dtype == DEBUG_TYPE_NULL)
return FALSE;
if (! stab_record_variable (dhandle, info, name, dtype, DEBUG_STATIC,
value))
return FALSE;
break;
case 't':
/* A typedef. */
dtype = parse_stab_type (dhandle, info, name, &p, &slot);
if (dtype == DEBUG_TYPE_NULL)
return FALSE;
if (name == NULL)
{
/* A nameless type. Nothing to do. */
return TRUE;
}
dtype = debug_name_type (dhandle, name, dtype);
if (dtype == DEBUG_TYPE_NULL)
return FALSE;
if (slot != NULL)
*slot = dtype;
break;
case 'T':
/* Struct, union, or enum tag. For GNU C++, this can be be followed
by 't' which means we are typedef'ing it as well. */
if (*p != 't')
{
synonym = FALSE;
/* FIXME: gdb sets synonym to TRUE if the current language
is C++. */
}
else
{
synonym = TRUE;
++p;
}
dtype = parse_stab_type (dhandle, info, name, &p, &slot);
if (dtype == DEBUG_TYPE_NULL)
return FALSE;
if (name == NULL)
return TRUE;
/* INFO->SELF_CROSSREF is set by parse_stab_type if this type is
a cross reference to itself. These are generated by some
versions of g++. */
self_crossref = info->self_crossref;
dtype = debug_tag_type (dhandle, name, dtype);
if (dtype == DEBUG_TYPE_NULL)
return FALSE;
if (slot != NULL)
*slot = dtype;
/* See if we have a cross reference to this tag which we can now
fill in. Avoid filling in a cross reference to ourselves,
because that would lead to circular debugging information. */
if (! self_crossref)
{
register struct stab_tag **pst;
for (pst = &info->tags; *pst != NULL; pst = &(*pst)->next)
{
if ((*pst)->name[0] == name[0]
&& strcmp ((*pst)->name, name) == 0)
{
(*pst)->slot = dtype;
*pst = (*pst)->next;
break;
}
}
}
if (synonym)
{
dtype = debug_name_type (dhandle, name, dtype);
if (dtype == DEBUG_TYPE_NULL)
return FALSE;
if (slot != NULL)
*slot = dtype;
}
break;
case 'V':
/* Static symbol of local scope */
dtype = parse_stab_type (dhandle, info, (const char *) NULL, &p,
(debug_type **) NULL);
if (dtype == DEBUG_TYPE_NULL)
return FALSE;
/* FIXME: gdb checks os9k_stabs here. */
if (! stab_record_variable (dhandle, info, name, dtype,
DEBUG_LOCAL_STATIC, value))
return FALSE;
break;
case 'v':
/* Reference parameter. */
dtype = parse_stab_type (dhandle, info, (const char *) NULL, &p,
(debug_type **) NULL);
if (dtype == DEBUG_TYPE_NULL)
return FALSE;
if (! debug_record_parameter (dhandle, name, dtype, DEBUG_PARM_REFERENCE,
value))
return FALSE;
break;
case 'a':
/* Reference parameter which is in a register. */
dtype = parse_stab_type (dhandle, info, (const char *) NULL, &p,
(debug_type **) NULL);
if (dtype == DEBUG_TYPE_NULL)
return FALSE;
if (! debug_record_parameter (dhandle, name, dtype, DEBUG_PARM_REF_REG,
value))
return FALSE;
break;
case 'X':
/* This is used by Sun FORTRAN for "function result value".
Sun claims ("dbx and dbxtool interfaces", 2nd ed)
that Pascal uses it too, but when I tried it Pascal used
"x:3" (local symbol) instead. */
dtype = parse_stab_type (dhandle, info, (const char *) NULL, &p,
(debug_type **) NULL);
if (dtype == DEBUG_TYPE_NULL)
return FALSE;
if (! stab_record_variable (dhandle, info, name, dtype, DEBUG_LOCAL,
value))
return FALSE;
break;
case 'Y':
/* SUNPro C++ Namespace =Yn0. */
/* Skip the namespace mapping, as it is not used now. */
if (*(++p) == 'n' && *(++p) == '0')
{
/* =Yn0name; */
while (*p != ';')
++p;
++p;
return TRUE;
}
/* TODO SUNPro C++ support:
Support default arguments after F,P parameters
Ya = Anonymous unions
YM,YD = Pointers to class members
YT,YI = Templates
YR = Run-time type information (RTTI) */
/* Fall through. */
default:
bad_stab (string);
return FALSE;
}
/* FIXME: gdb converts structure values to structure pointers in a
couple of cases, depending upon the target. */
return TRUE;
}
/* Parse a stabs type. The typename argument is non-NULL if this is a
typedef or a tag definition. The pp argument points to the stab
string, and is updated. The slotp argument points to a place to
store the slot used if the type is being defined. */
static debug_type
parse_stab_type (void *dhandle, struct stab_handle *info, const char *type_name, const char **pp, debug_type **slotp)
{
const char *orig;
int typenums[2];
int size;
bfd_boolean stringp;
int descriptor;
debug_type dtype;
if (slotp != NULL)
*slotp = NULL;
orig = *pp;
size = -1;
stringp = FALSE;
info->self_crossref = FALSE;
/* Read type number if present. The type number may be omitted.
for instance in a two-dimensional array declared with type
"ar1;1;10;ar1;1;10;4". */
if (! ISDIGIT (**pp) && **pp != '(' && **pp != '-')
{
/* 'typenums=' not present, type is anonymous. Read and return
the definition, but don't put it in the type vector. */
typenums[0] = typenums[1] = -1;
}
else
{
if (! parse_stab_type_number (pp, typenums))
return DEBUG_TYPE_NULL;
if (**pp != '=')
/* Type is not being defined here. Either it already
exists, or this is a forward reference to it. */
return stab_find_type (dhandle, info, typenums);
/* Only set the slot if the type is being defined. This means
that the mapping from type numbers to types will only record
the name of the typedef which defines a type. If we don't do
this, then something like
typedef int foo;
int i;
will record that i is of type foo. Unfortunately, stabs
information is ambiguous about variable types. For this code,
typedef int foo;
int i;
foo j;
the stabs information records both i and j as having the same
type. This could be fixed by patching the compiler. */
if (slotp != NULL && typenums[0] >= 0 && typenums[1] >= 0)
*slotp = stab_find_slot (info, typenums);
/* Type is being defined here. */
/* Skip the '='. */
++*pp;
while (**pp == '@')
{
const char *p = *pp + 1;
const char *attr;
if (ISDIGIT (*p) || *p == '(' || *p == '-')
/* Member type. */
break;
/* Type attributes. */
attr = p;
for (; *p != ';'; ++p)
{
if (*p == '\0')
{
bad_stab (orig);
return DEBUG_TYPE_NULL;
}
}
*pp = p + 1;
switch (*attr)
{
case 's':
size = atoi (attr + 1);
size /= 8; /* Size is in bits. We store it in bytes. */
if (size <= 0)
size = -1;
break;
case 'S':
stringp = TRUE;
break;
default:
/* Ignore unrecognized type attributes, so future
compilers can invent new ones. */
break;
}
}
}
descriptor = **pp;
++*pp;
switch (descriptor)
{
case 'x':
{
enum debug_type_kind code;
const char *q1, *q2, *p;
/* A cross reference to another type. */
switch (**pp)
{
case 's':
code = DEBUG_KIND_STRUCT;
break;
case 'u':
code = DEBUG_KIND_UNION;
break;
case 'e':
code = DEBUG_KIND_ENUM;
break;
default:
/* Complain and keep going, so compilers can invent new
cross-reference types. */
warn_stab (orig, _("unrecognized cross reference type"));
code = DEBUG_KIND_STRUCT;
break;
}
++*pp;
q1 = strchr (*pp, '<');
p = strchr (*pp, ':');
if (p == NULL)
{
bad_stab (orig);
return DEBUG_TYPE_NULL;
}
if (q1 != NULL && p > q1 && p[1] == ':')
{
int nest = 0;
for (q2 = q1; *q2 != '\0'; ++q2)
{
if (*q2 == '<')
++nest;
else if (*q2 == '>')
--nest;
else if (*q2 == ':' && nest == 0)
break;
}
p = q2;
if (*p != ':')
{
bad_stab (orig);
return DEBUG_TYPE_NULL;
}
}
/* Some versions of g++ can emit stabs like
fleep:T20=xsfleep:
which define structures in terms of themselves. We need to
tell the caller to avoid building a circular structure. */
if (type_name != NULL
&& strncmp (type_name, *pp, p - *pp) == 0
&& type_name[p - *pp] == '\0')
info->self_crossref = TRUE;
dtype = stab_find_tagged_type (dhandle, info, *pp, p - *pp, code);
*pp = p + 1;
}
break;
case '-':
case '0':
case '1':
case '2':
case '3':
case '4':
case '5':
case '6':
case '7':
case '8':
case '9':
case '(':
{
const char *hold;
int xtypenums[2];
/* This type is defined as another type. */
(*pp)--;
hold = *pp;
/* Peek ahead at the number to detect void. */
if (! parse_stab_type_number (pp, xtypenums))
return DEBUG_TYPE_NULL;
if (typenums[0] == xtypenums[0] && typenums[1] == xtypenums[1])
{
/* This type is being defined as itself, which means that
it is void. */
dtype = debug_make_void_type (dhandle);
}
else
{
*pp = hold;
/* Go back to the number and have parse_stab_type get it.
This means that we can deal with something like
t(1,2)=(3,4)=... which the Lucid compiler uses. */
dtype = parse_stab_type (dhandle, info, (const char *) NULL,
pp, (debug_type **) NULL);
if (dtype == DEBUG_TYPE_NULL)
return DEBUG_TYPE_NULL;
}
if (typenums[0] != -1)
{
if (! stab_record_type (dhandle, info, typenums, dtype))
return DEBUG_TYPE_NULL;
}
break;
}
case '*':
dtype = debug_make_pointer_type (dhandle,
parse_stab_type (dhandle, info,
(const char *) NULL,
pp,
(debug_type **) NULL));
break;
case '&':
/* Reference to another type. */
dtype = (debug_make_reference_type
(dhandle,
parse_stab_type (dhandle, info, (const char *) NULL, pp,
(debug_type **) NULL)));
break;
case 'f':
/* Function returning another type. */
/* FIXME: gdb checks os9k_stabs here. */
dtype = (debug_make_function_type
(dhandle,
parse_stab_type (dhandle, info, (const char *) NULL, pp,
(debug_type **) NULL),
(debug_type *) NULL, FALSE));
break;
case 'k':
/* Const qualifier on some type (Sun). */
/* FIXME: gdb accepts 'c' here if os9k_stabs. */
dtype = debug_make_const_type (dhandle,
parse_stab_type (dhandle, info,
(const char *) NULL,
pp,
(debug_type **) NULL));
break;
case 'B':
/* Volatile qual on some type (Sun). */
/* FIXME: gdb accepts 'i' here if os9k_stabs. */
dtype = (debug_make_volatile_type
(dhandle,
parse_stab_type (dhandle, info, (const char *) NULL, pp,
(debug_type **) NULL)));
break;
case '@':
/* Offset (class & variable) type. This is used for a pointer
relative to an object. */
{
debug_type domain;
debug_type memtype;
/* Member type. */
domain = parse_stab_type (dhandle, info, (const char *) NULL, pp,
(debug_type **) NULL);
if (domain == DEBUG_TYPE_NULL)
return DEBUG_TYPE_NULL;
if (**pp != ',')
{
bad_stab (orig);
return DEBUG_TYPE_NULL;
}
++*pp;
memtype = parse_stab_type (dhandle, info, (const char *) NULL, pp,
(debug_type **) NULL);
if (memtype == DEBUG_TYPE_NULL)
return DEBUG_TYPE_NULL;
dtype = debug_make_offset_type (dhandle, domain, memtype);
}
break;
case '#':
/* Method (class & fn) type. */
if (**pp == '#')
{
debug_type return_type;
++*pp;
return_type = parse_stab_type (dhandle, info, (const char *) NULL,
pp, (debug_type **) NULL);
if (return_type == DEBUG_TYPE_NULL)
return DEBUG_TYPE_NULL;
if (**pp != ';')
{
bad_stab (orig);
return DEBUG_TYPE_NULL;
}
++*pp;
dtype = debug_make_method_type (dhandle, return_type,
DEBUG_TYPE_NULL,
(debug_type *) NULL, FALSE);
}
else
{
debug_type domain;
debug_type return_type;
debug_type *args;
unsigned int n;
unsigned int alloc;
bfd_boolean varargs;
domain = parse_stab_type (dhandle, info, (const char *) NULL,
pp, (debug_type **) NULL);
if (domain == DEBUG_TYPE_NULL)
return DEBUG_TYPE_NULL;
if (**pp != ',')
{
bad_stab (orig);
return DEBUG_TYPE_NULL;
}
++*pp;
return_type = parse_stab_type (dhandle, info, (const char *) NULL,
pp, (debug_type **) NULL);
if (return_type == DEBUG_TYPE_NULL)
return DEBUG_TYPE_NULL;
alloc = 10;
args = (debug_type *) xmalloc (alloc * sizeof *args);
n = 0;
while (**pp != ';')
{
if (**pp != ',')
{
bad_stab (orig);
return DEBUG_TYPE_NULL;
}
++*pp;
if (n + 1 >= alloc)
{
alloc += 10;
args = ((debug_type *)
xrealloc (args, alloc * sizeof *args));
}
args[n] = parse_stab_type (dhandle, info, (const char *) NULL,
pp, (debug_type **) NULL);
if (args[n] == DEBUG_TYPE_NULL)
return DEBUG_TYPE_NULL;
++n;
}
++*pp;
/* If the last type is not void, then this function takes a
variable number of arguments. Otherwise, we must strip
the void type. */
if (n == 0
|| debug_get_type_kind (dhandle, args[n - 1]) != DEBUG_KIND_VOID)
varargs = TRUE;
else
{
--n;
varargs = FALSE;
}
args[n] = DEBUG_TYPE_NULL;
dtype = debug_make_method_type (dhandle, return_type, domain, args,
varargs);
}
break;
case 'r':
/* Range type. */
dtype = parse_stab_range_type (dhandle, info, type_name, pp, typenums);
break;
case 'b':
/* FIXME: gdb checks os9k_stabs here. */
/* Sun ACC builtin int type. */
dtype = parse_stab_sun_builtin_type (dhandle, pp);
break;
case 'R':
/* Sun ACC builtin float type. */
dtype = parse_stab_sun_floating_type (dhandle, pp);
break;
case 'e':
/* Enumeration type. */
dtype = parse_stab_enum_type (dhandle, pp);
break;
case 's':
case 'u':
/* Struct or union type. */
dtype = parse_stab_struct_type (dhandle, info, type_name, pp,
descriptor == 's', typenums);
break;
case 'a':
/* Array type. */
if (**pp != 'r')
{
bad_stab (orig);
return DEBUG_TYPE_NULL;
}
++*pp;
dtype = parse_stab_array_type (dhandle, info, pp, stringp);
break;
case 'S':
dtype = debug_make_set_type (dhandle,
parse_stab_type (dhandle, info,
(const char *) NULL,
pp,
(debug_type **) NULL),
stringp);
break;
default:
bad_stab (orig);
return DEBUG_TYPE_NULL;
}
if (dtype == DEBUG_TYPE_NULL)
return DEBUG_TYPE_NULL;
if (typenums[0] != -1)
{
if (! stab_record_type (dhandle, info, typenums, dtype))
return DEBUG_TYPE_NULL;
}
if (size != -1)
{
if (! debug_record_type_size (dhandle, dtype, (unsigned int) size))
return DEBUG_TYPE_NULL;
}
return dtype;
}
/* Read a number by which a type is referred to in dbx data, or
perhaps read a pair (FILENUM, TYPENUM) in parentheses. Just a
single number N is equivalent to (0,N). Return the two numbers by
storing them in the vector TYPENUMS. */
static bfd_boolean
parse_stab_type_number (const char **pp, int *typenums)
{
const char *orig;
orig = *pp;
if (**pp != '(')
{
typenums[0] = 0;
typenums[1] = (int) parse_number (pp, (bfd_boolean *) NULL);
}
else
{
++*pp;
typenums[0] = (int) parse_number (pp, (bfd_boolean *) NULL);
if (**pp != ',')
{
bad_stab (orig);
return FALSE;
}
++*pp;
typenums[1] = (int) parse_number (pp, (bfd_boolean *) NULL);
if (**pp != ')')
{
bad_stab (orig);
return FALSE;
}
++*pp;
}
return TRUE;
}
/* Parse a range type. */
static debug_type
parse_stab_range_type (void *dhandle, struct stab_handle *info, const char *type_name, const char **pp, const int *typenums)
{
const char *orig;
int rangenums[2];
bfd_boolean self_subrange;
debug_type index_type;
const char *s2, *s3;
bfd_signed_vma n2, n3;
bfd_boolean ov2, ov3;
orig = *pp;
index_type = DEBUG_TYPE_NULL;
/* First comes a type we are a subrange of.
In C it is usually 0, 1 or the type being defined. */
if (! parse_stab_type_number (pp, rangenums))
return DEBUG_TYPE_NULL;
self_subrange = (rangenums[0] == typenums[0]
&& rangenums[1] == typenums[1]);
if (**pp == '=')
{
*pp = orig;
index_type = parse_stab_type (dhandle, info, (const char *) NULL,
pp, (debug_type **) NULL);
if (index_type == DEBUG_TYPE_NULL)
return DEBUG_TYPE_NULL;
}
if (**pp == ';')
++*pp;
/* The remaining two operands are usually lower and upper bounds of
the range. But in some special cases they mean something else. */
s2 = *pp;
n2 = parse_number (pp, &ov2);
if (**pp != ';')
{
bad_stab (orig);
return DEBUG_TYPE_NULL;
}
++*pp;
s3 = *pp;
n3 = parse_number (pp, &ov3);
if (**pp != ';')
{
bad_stab (orig);
return DEBUG_TYPE_NULL;
}
++*pp;
if (ov2 || ov3)
{
/* gcc will emit range stabs for long long types. Handle this
as a special case. FIXME: This needs to be more general. */
#define LLLOW "01000000000000000000000;"
#define LLHIGH "0777777777777777777777;"
#define ULLHIGH "01777777777777777777777;"
if (index_type == DEBUG_TYPE_NULL)
{
if (CONST_STRNEQ (s2, LLLOW)
&& CONST_STRNEQ (s3, LLHIGH))
return debug_make_int_type (dhandle, 8, FALSE);
if (! ov2
&& n2 == 0
&& CONST_STRNEQ (s3, ULLHIGH))
return debug_make_int_type (dhandle, 8, TRUE);
}
warn_stab (orig, _("numeric overflow"));
}
if (index_type == DEBUG_TYPE_NULL)
{
/* A type defined as a subrange of itself, with both bounds 0,
is void. */
if (self_subrange && n2 == 0 && n3 == 0)
return debug_make_void_type (dhandle);
/* A type defined as a subrange of itself, with n2 positive and
n3 zero, is a complex type, and n2 is the number of bytes. */
if (self_subrange && n3 == 0 && n2 > 0)
return debug_make_complex_type (dhandle, n2);
/* If n3 is zero and n2 is positive, this is a floating point
type, and n2 is the number of bytes. */
if (n3 == 0 && n2 > 0)
return debug_make_float_type (dhandle, n2);
/* If the upper bound is -1, this is an unsigned int. */
if (n2 == 0 && n3 == -1)
{
/* When gcc is used with -gstabs, but not -gstabs+, it will emit
long long int:t6=r1;0;-1;
long long unsigned int:t7=r1;0;-1;
We hack here to handle this reasonably. */
if (type_name != NULL)
{
if (strcmp (type_name, "long long int") == 0)
return debug_make_int_type (dhandle, 8, FALSE);
else if (strcmp (type_name, "long long unsigned int") == 0)
return debug_make_int_type (dhandle, 8, TRUE);
}
/* FIXME: The size here really depends upon the target. */
return debug_make_int_type (dhandle, 4, TRUE);
}
/* A range of 0 to 127 is char. */
if (self_subrange && n2 == 0 && n3 == 127)
return debug_make_int_type (dhandle, 1, FALSE);
/* FIXME: gdb checks for the language CHILL here. */
if (n2 == 0)
{
if (n3 < 0)
return debug_make_int_type (dhandle, - n3, TRUE);
else if (n3 == 0xff)
return debug_make_int_type (dhandle, 1, TRUE);
else if (n3 == 0xffff)
return debug_make_int_type (dhandle, 2, TRUE);
else if (n3 == (bfd_signed_vma) 0xffffffff)
return debug_make_int_type (dhandle, 4, TRUE);
#ifdef BFD64
else if (n3 == (bfd_signed_vma) 0xffffffffffffffffLL)
return debug_make_int_type (dhandle, 8, TRUE);
#endif
}
else if (n3 == 0
&& n2 < 0
&& (self_subrange || n2 == -8))
return debug_make_int_type (dhandle, - n2, TRUE);
else if (n2 == - n3 - 1 || n2 == n3 + 1)
{
if (n3 == 0x7f)
return debug_make_int_type (dhandle, 1, FALSE);
else if (n3 == 0x7fff)
return debug_make_int_type (dhandle, 2, FALSE);
else if (n3 == 0x7fffffff)
return debug_make_int_type (dhandle, 4, FALSE);
#ifdef BFD64
else if (n3 == ((((bfd_vma) 0x7fffffff) << 32) | 0xffffffff))
return debug_make_int_type (dhandle, 8, FALSE);
#endif
}
}
/* At this point I don't have the faintest idea how to deal with a
self_subrange type; I'm going to assume that this is used as an
idiom, and that all of them are special cases. So . . . */
if (self_subrange)
{
bad_stab (orig);
return DEBUG_TYPE_NULL;
}
index_type = stab_find_type (dhandle, info, rangenums);
if (index_type == DEBUG_TYPE_NULL)
{
/* Does this actually ever happen? Is that why we are worrying
about dealing with it rather than just calling error_type? */
warn_stab (orig, _("missing index type"));
index_type = debug_make_int_type (dhandle, 4, FALSE);
}
return debug_make_range_type (dhandle, index_type, n2, n3);
}
/* Sun's ACC uses a somewhat saner method for specifying the builtin
typedefs in every file (for int, long, etc):
type = b <signed> <width>; <offset>; <nbits>
signed = u or s. Possible c in addition to u or s (for char?).
offset = offset from high order bit to start bit of type.
width is # bytes in object of this type, nbits is # bits in type.
The width/offset stuff appears to be for small objects stored in
larger ones (e.g. `shorts' in `int' registers). We ignore it for now,
FIXME. */
static debug_type
parse_stab_sun_builtin_type (void *dhandle, const char **pp)
{
const char *orig;
bfd_boolean unsignedp;
bfd_vma bits;
orig = *pp;
switch (**pp)
{
case 's':
unsignedp = FALSE;
break;
case 'u':
unsignedp = TRUE;
break;
default:
bad_stab (orig);
return DEBUG_TYPE_NULL;
}
++*pp;
/* OpenSolaris source code indicates that one of "cbv" characters
can come next and specify the intrinsic 'iformat' encoding.
'c' is character encoding, 'b' is boolean encoding, and 'v' is
varargs encoding. This field can be safely ignored because
the type of the field is determined from the bitwidth extracted
below. */
if (**pp == 'c' || **pp == 'b' || **pp == 'v')
++*pp;
/* The first number appears to be the number of bytes occupied
by this type, except that unsigned short is 4 instead of 2.
Since this information is redundant with the third number,
we will ignore it. */
(void) parse_number (pp, (bfd_boolean *) NULL);
if (**pp != ';')
{
bad_stab (orig);
return DEBUG_TYPE_NULL;
}
++*pp;
/* The second number is always 0, so ignore it too. */
(void) parse_number (pp, (bfd_boolean *) NULL);
if (**pp != ';')
{
bad_stab (orig);
return DEBUG_TYPE_NULL;
}
++*pp;
/* The third number is the number of bits for this type. */
bits = parse_number (pp, (bfd_boolean *) NULL);
/* The type *should* end with a semicolon. If it are embedded
in a larger type the semicolon may be the only way to know where
the type ends. If this type is at the end of the stabstring we
can deal with the omitted semicolon (but we don't have to like
it). Don't bother to complain(), Sun's compiler omits the semicolon
for "void". */
if (**pp == ';')
++*pp;
if (bits == 0)
return debug_make_void_type (dhandle);
return debug_make_int_type (dhandle, bits / 8, unsignedp);
}
/* Parse a builtin floating type generated by the Sun compiler. */
static debug_type
parse_stab_sun_floating_type (void *dhandle, const char **pp)
{
const char *orig;
bfd_vma details;
bfd_vma bytes;
orig = *pp;
/* The first number has more details about the type, for example
FN_COMPLEX. */
details = parse_number (pp, (bfd_boolean *) NULL);
if (**pp != ';')
{
bad_stab (orig);
return DEBUG_TYPE_NULL;
}
/* The second number is the number of bytes occupied by this type */
bytes = parse_number (pp, (bfd_boolean *) NULL);
if (**pp != ';')
{
bad_stab (orig);
return DEBUG_TYPE_NULL;
}
if (details == NF_COMPLEX
|| details == NF_COMPLEX16
|| details == NF_COMPLEX32)
return debug_make_complex_type (dhandle, bytes);
return debug_make_float_type (dhandle, bytes);
}
/* Handle an enum type. */
static debug_type
parse_stab_enum_type (void *dhandle, const char **pp)
{
const char *orig;
const char **names;
bfd_signed_vma *values;
unsigned int n;
unsigned int alloc;
orig = *pp;
/* FIXME: gdb checks os9k_stabs here. */
/* The aix4 compiler emits an extra field before the enum members;
my guess is it's a type of some sort. Just ignore it. */
if (**pp == '-')
{
while (**pp != ':')
++*pp;
++*pp;
}
/* Read the value-names and their values.
The input syntax is NAME:VALUE,NAME:VALUE, and so on.
A semicolon or comma instead of a NAME means the end. */
alloc = 10;
names = (const char **) xmalloc (alloc * sizeof *names);
values = (bfd_signed_vma *) xmalloc (alloc * sizeof *values);
n = 0;
while (**pp != '\0' && **pp != ';' && **pp != ',')
{
const char *p;
char *name;
bfd_signed_vma val;
p = *pp;
while (*p != ':')
++p;
name = savestring (*pp, p - *pp);
*pp = p + 1;
val = (bfd_signed_vma) parse_number (pp, (bfd_boolean *) NULL);
if (**pp != ',')
{
bad_stab (orig);
free (name);
free (names);
free (values);
return DEBUG_TYPE_NULL;
}
++*pp;
if (n + 1 >= alloc)
{
alloc += 10;
names = ((const char **)
xrealloc (names, alloc * sizeof *names));
values = ((bfd_signed_vma *)
xrealloc (values, alloc * sizeof *values));
}
names[n] = name;
values[n] = val;
++n;
}
names[n] = NULL;
values[n] = 0;
if (**pp == ';')
++*pp;
return debug_make_enum_type (dhandle, names, values);
}
/* Read the description of a structure (or union type) and return an object
describing the type.
PP points to a character pointer that points to the next unconsumed token
in the stabs string. For example, given stabs "A:T4=s4a:1,0,32;;",
*PP will point to "4a:1,0,32;;". */
static debug_type
parse_stab_struct_type (void *dhandle, struct stab_handle *info,
const char *tagname, const char **pp,
bfd_boolean structp, const int *typenums)
{
bfd_vma size;
debug_baseclass *baseclasses;
debug_field *fields = NULL;
bfd_boolean statics;
debug_method *methods;
debug_type vptrbase;
bfd_boolean ownvptr;
/* Get the size. */
size = parse_number (pp, (bfd_boolean *) NULL);
/* Get the other information. */
if (! parse_stab_baseclasses (dhandle, info, pp, &baseclasses)
|| ! parse_stab_struct_fields (dhandle, info, pp, &fields, &statics)
|| ! parse_stab_members (dhandle, info, tagname, pp, typenums, &methods)
|| ! parse_stab_tilde_field (dhandle, info, pp, typenums, &vptrbase,
&ownvptr))
{
if (fields != NULL)
free (fields);
return DEBUG_TYPE_NULL;
}
if (! statics
&& baseclasses == NULL
&& methods == NULL
&& vptrbase == DEBUG_TYPE_NULL
&& ! ownvptr)
return debug_make_struct_type (dhandle, structp, size, fields);
return debug_make_object_type (dhandle, structp, size, fields, baseclasses,
methods, vptrbase, ownvptr);
}
/* The stabs for C++ derived classes contain baseclass information which
is marked by a '!' character after the total size. This function is
called when we encounter the baseclass marker, and slurps up all the
baseclass information.
Immediately following the '!' marker is the number of base classes that
the class is derived from, followed by information for each base class.
For each base class, there are two visibility specifiers, a bit offset
to the base class information within the derived class, a reference to
the type for the base class, and a terminating semicolon.
A typical example, with two base classes, would be "!2,020,19;0264,21;".
^^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^
Baseclass information marker __________________|| | | | | | |
Number of baseclasses __________________________| | | | | | |
Visibility specifiers (2) ________________________| | | | | |
Offset in bits from start of class _________________| | | | |
Type number for base class ___________________________| | | |
Visibility specifiers (2) _______________________________| | |
Offset in bits from start of class ________________________| |
Type number of base class ____________________________________|
Return TRUE for success, FALSE for failure. */
static bfd_boolean
parse_stab_baseclasses (void *dhandle, struct stab_handle *info,
const char **pp, debug_baseclass **retp)
{
const char *orig;
unsigned int c, i;
debug_baseclass *classes;
*retp = NULL;
orig = *pp;
if (**pp != '!')
{
/* No base classes. */
return TRUE;
}
++*pp;
c = (unsigned int) parse_number (pp, (bfd_boolean *) NULL);
if (**pp != ',')
{
bad_stab (orig);
return FALSE;
}
++*pp;
classes = (debug_baseclass *) xmalloc ((c + 1) * sizeof (**retp));
for (i = 0; i < c; i++)
{
bfd_boolean is_virtual;
enum debug_visibility visibility;
bfd_vma bitpos;
debug_type type;
switch (**pp)
{
case '0':
is_virtual = FALSE;
break;
case '1':
is_virtual = TRUE;
break;
default:
warn_stab (orig, _("unknown virtual character for baseclass"));
is_virtual = FALSE;
break;
}
++*pp;
switch (**pp)
{
case '0':
visibility = DEBUG_VISIBILITY_PRIVATE;
break;
case '1':
visibility = DEBUG_VISIBILITY_PROTECTED;
break;
case '2':
visibility = DEBUG_VISIBILITY_PUBLIC;
break;
default:
warn_stab (orig, _("unknown visibility character for baseclass"));
visibility = DEBUG_VISIBILITY_PUBLIC;
break;
}
++*pp;
/* The remaining value is the bit offset of the portion of the
object corresponding to this baseclass. Always zero in the
absence of multiple inheritance. */
bitpos = parse_number (pp, (bfd_boolean *) NULL);
if (**pp != ',')
{
bad_stab (orig);
return FALSE;
}
++*pp;
type = parse_stab_type (dhandle, info, (const char *) NULL, pp,
(debug_type **) NULL);
if (type == DEBUG_TYPE_NULL)
return FALSE;
classes[i] = debug_make_baseclass (dhandle, type, bitpos, is_virtual,
visibility);
if (classes[i] == DEBUG_BASECLASS_NULL)
return FALSE;
if (**pp != ';')
return FALSE;
++*pp;
}
classes[i] = DEBUG_BASECLASS_NULL;
*retp = classes;
return TRUE;
}
/* Read struct or class data fields. They have the form:
NAME : [VISIBILITY] TYPENUM , BITPOS , BITSIZE ;
At the end, we see a semicolon instead of a field.
In C++, this may wind up being NAME:?TYPENUM:PHYSNAME; for
a static field.
The optional VISIBILITY is one of:
'/0' (VISIBILITY_PRIVATE)
'/1' (VISIBILITY_PROTECTED)
'/2' (VISIBILITY_PUBLIC)
'/9' (VISIBILITY_IGNORE)
or nothing, for C style fields with public visibility.
Returns 1 for success, 0 for failure. */
static bfd_boolean
parse_stab_struct_fields (void *dhandle, struct stab_handle *info,
const char **pp, debug_field **retp,
bfd_boolean *staticsp)
{
const char *orig;
const char *p;
debug_field *fields;
unsigned int c;
unsigned int alloc;
*retp = NULL;
*staticsp = FALSE;
orig = *pp;
c = 0;
alloc = 10;
fields = (debug_field *) xmalloc (alloc * sizeof *fields);
while (**pp != ';')
{
/* FIXME: gdb checks os9k_stabs here. */
p = *pp;
/* Add 1 to c to leave room for NULL pointer at end. */
if (c + 1 >= alloc)
{
alloc += 10;
fields = ((debug_field *)
xrealloc (fields, alloc * sizeof *fields));
}
/* If it starts with CPLUS_MARKER it is a special abbreviation,
unless the CPLUS_MARKER is followed by an underscore, in
which case it is just the name of an anonymous type, which we
should handle like any other type name. We accept either '$'
or '.', because a field name can never contain one of these
characters except as a CPLUS_MARKER. */
if ((*p == '$' || *p == '.') && p[1] != '_')
{
++*pp;
if (! parse_stab_cpp_abbrev (dhandle, info, pp, fields + c))
{
free (fields);
return FALSE;
}
++c;
continue;
}
/* Look for the ':' that separates the field name from the field
values. Data members are delimited by a single ':', while member
functions are delimited by a pair of ':'s. When we hit the member
functions (if any), terminate scan loop and return. */
p = strchr (p, ':');
if (p == NULL)
{
bad_stab (orig);
free (fields);
return FALSE;
}
if (p[1] == ':')
break;
if (! parse_stab_one_struct_field (dhandle, info, pp, p, fields + c,
staticsp))
return FALSE;
++c;
}
fields[c] = DEBUG_FIELD_NULL;
*retp = fields;
return TRUE;
}
/* Special GNU C++ name. */
static bfd_boolean
parse_stab_cpp_abbrev (void *dhandle, struct stab_handle *info,
const char **pp, debug_field *retp)
{
const char *orig;
int cpp_abbrev;
debug_type context;
const char *name;
const char *type_name;
debug_type type;
bfd_vma bitpos;
*retp = DEBUG_FIELD_NULL;
orig = *pp;
if (**pp != 'v')
{
bad_stab (*pp);
return FALSE;
}
++*pp;
cpp_abbrev = **pp;
++*pp;
/* At this point, *pp points to something like "22:23=*22...", where
the type number before the ':' is the "context" and everything
after is a regular type definition. Lookup the type, find it's
name, and construct the field name. */
context = parse_stab_type (dhandle, info, (const char *) NULL, pp,
(debug_type **) NULL);
if (context == DEBUG_TYPE_NULL)
return FALSE;
switch (cpp_abbrev)
{
case 'f':
/* $vf -- a virtual function table pointer. */
name = "_vptr$";
break;
case 'b':
/* $vb -- a virtual bsomethingorother */
type_name = debug_get_type_name (dhandle, context);
if (type_name == NULL)
{
warn_stab (orig, _("unnamed $vb type"));
type_name = "FOO";
}
name = concat ("_vb$", type_name, (const char *) NULL);
break;
default:
warn_stab (orig, _("unrecognized C++ abbreviation"));
name = "INVALID_CPLUSPLUS_ABBREV";
break;
}
if (**pp != ':')
{
bad_stab (orig);
return FALSE;
}
++*pp;
type = parse_stab_type (dhandle, info, (const char *) NULL, pp,
(debug_type **) NULL);
if (**pp != ',')
{
bad_stab (orig);
return FALSE;
}
++*pp;
bitpos = parse_number (pp, (bfd_boolean *) NULL);
if (**pp != ';')
{
bad_stab (orig);
return FALSE;
}
++*pp;
*retp = debug_make_field (dhandle, name, type, bitpos, 0,
DEBUG_VISIBILITY_PRIVATE);
if (*retp == DEBUG_FIELD_NULL)
return FALSE;
return TRUE;
}
/* Parse a single field in a struct or union. */
static bfd_boolean
parse_stab_one_struct_field (void *dhandle, struct stab_handle *info,
const char **pp, const char *p,
debug_field *retp, bfd_boolean *staticsp)
{
const char *orig;
char *name;
enum debug_visibility visibility;
debug_type type;
bfd_vma bitpos;
bfd_vma bitsize;
orig = *pp;
/* FIXME: gdb checks ARM_DEMANGLING here. */
name = savestring (*pp, p - *pp);
*pp = p + 1;
if (**pp != '/')
visibility = DEBUG_VISIBILITY_PUBLIC;
else
{
++*pp;
switch (**pp)
{
case '0':
visibility = DEBUG_VISIBILITY_PRIVATE;
break;
case '1':
visibility = DEBUG_VISIBILITY_PROTECTED;
break;
case '2':
visibility = DEBUG_VISIBILITY_PUBLIC;
break;
default:
warn_stab (orig, _("unknown visibility character for field"));
visibility = DEBUG_VISIBILITY_PUBLIC;
break;
}
++*pp;
}
type = parse_stab_type (dhandle, info, (const char *) NULL, pp,
(debug_type **) NULL);
if (type == DEBUG_TYPE_NULL)
{
free (name);
return FALSE;
}
if (**pp == ':')
{
char *varname;
/* This is a static class member. */
++*pp;
p = strchr (*pp, ';');
if (p == NULL)
{
bad_stab (orig);
free (name);
return FALSE;
}
varname = savestring (*pp, p - *pp);
*pp = p + 1;
*retp = debug_make_static_member (dhandle, name, type, varname,
visibility);
*staticsp = TRUE;
return TRUE;
}
if (**pp != ',')
{
bad_stab (orig);
free (name);
return FALSE;
}
++*pp;
bitpos = parse_number (pp, (bfd_boolean *) NULL);
if (**pp != ',')
{
bad_stab (orig);
free (name);
return FALSE;
}
++*pp;
bitsize = parse_number (pp, (bfd_boolean *) NULL);
if (**pp != ';')
{
bad_stab (orig);
free (name);
return FALSE;
}
++*pp;
if (bitpos == 0 && bitsize == 0)
{
/* This can happen in two cases: (1) at least for gcc 2.4.5 or
so, it is a field which has been optimized out. The correct
stab for this case is to use VISIBILITY_IGNORE, but that is a
recent invention. (2) It is a 0-size array. For example
union { int num; char str[0]; } foo. Printing "<no value>"
for str in "p foo" is OK, since foo.str (and thus foo.str[3])
will continue to work, and a 0-size array as a whole doesn't
have any contents to print.
I suspect this probably could also happen with gcc -gstabs
(not -gstabs+) for static fields, and perhaps other C++
extensions. Hopefully few people use -gstabs with gdb, since
it is intended for dbx compatibility. */
visibility = DEBUG_VISIBILITY_IGNORE;
}
/* FIXME: gdb does some stuff here to mark fields as unpacked. */
*retp = debug_make_field (dhandle, name, type, bitpos, bitsize, visibility);
return TRUE;
}
/* Read member function stabs info for C++ classes. The form of each member
function data is:
NAME :: TYPENUM[=type definition] ARGS : PHYSNAME ;
An example with two member functions is:
afunc1::20=##15;:i;2A.;afunc2::20:i;2A.;
For the case of overloaded operators, the format is op$::*.funcs, where
$ is the CPLUS_MARKER (usually '$'), `*' holds the place for an operator
name (such as `+=') and `.' marks the end of the operator name. */
static bfd_boolean
parse_stab_members (void *dhandle, struct stab_handle *info,
const char *tagname, const char **pp,
const int *typenums, debug_method **retp)
{
const char *orig;
debug_method *methods;
unsigned int c;
unsigned int alloc;
char *name = NULL;
debug_method_variant *variants = NULL;
char *argtypes = NULL;
*retp = NULL;
orig = *pp;
alloc = 0;
methods = NULL;
c = 0;
while (**pp != ';')
{
const char *p;
unsigned int cvars;
unsigned int allocvars;
debug_type look_ahead_type;
p = strchr (*pp, ':');
if (p == NULL || p[1] != ':')
break;
/* FIXME: Some systems use something other than '$' here. */
if ((*pp)[0] != 'o' || (*pp)[1] != 'p' || (*pp)[2] != '$')
{
name = savestring (*pp, p - *pp);
*pp = p + 2;
}
else
{
/* This is a completely weird case. In order to stuff in the
names that might contain colons (the usual name delimiter),
Mike Tiemann defined a different name format which is
signalled if the identifier is "op$". In that case, the
format is "op$::XXXX." where XXXX is the name. This is
used for names like "+" or "=". YUUUUUUUK! FIXME! */
*pp = p + 2;
for (p = *pp; *p != '.' && *p != '\0'; p++)
;
if (*p != '.')
{
bad_stab (orig);
goto fail;
}
name = savestring (*pp, p - *pp);
*pp = p + 1;
}
allocvars = 10;
variants = ((debug_method_variant *)
xmalloc (allocvars * sizeof *variants));
cvars = 0;
look_ahead_type = DEBUG_TYPE_NULL;
do
{
debug_type type;
bfd_boolean stub;
enum debug_visibility visibility;
bfd_boolean constp, volatilep, staticp;
bfd_vma voffset;
debug_type context;
const char *physname;
bfd_boolean varargs;
if (look_ahead_type != DEBUG_TYPE_NULL)
{
/* g++ version 1 kludge */
type = look_ahead_type;
look_ahead_type = DEBUG_TYPE_NULL;
}
else
{
type = parse_stab_type (dhandle, info, (const char *) NULL, pp,
(debug_type **) NULL);
if (type == DEBUG_TYPE_NULL)
goto fail;
if (**pp != ':')
{
bad_stab (orig);
goto fail;
}
}
++*pp;
p = strchr (*pp, ';');
if (p == NULL)
{
bad_stab (orig);
goto fail;
}
stub = FALSE;
if (debug_get_type_kind (dhandle, type) == DEBUG_KIND_METHOD
&& debug_get_parameter_types (dhandle, type, &varargs) == NULL)
stub = TRUE;
argtypes = savestring (*pp, p - *pp);
*pp = p + 1;
switch (**pp)
{
case '0':
visibility = DEBUG_VISIBILITY_PRIVATE;
break;
case '1':
visibility = DEBUG_VISIBILITY_PROTECTED;
break;
default:
visibility = DEBUG_VISIBILITY_PUBLIC;
break;
}
++*pp;
constp = FALSE;
volatilep = FALSE;
switch (**pp)
{
case 'A':
/* Normal function. */
++*pp;
break;
case 'B':
/* const member function. */
constp = TRUE;
++*pp;
break;
case 'C':
/* volatile member function. */
volatilep = TRUE;
++*pp;
break;
case 'D':
/* const volatile member function. */
constp = TRUE;
volatilep = TRUE;
++*pp;
break;
case '*':
case '?':
case '.':
/* File compiled with g++ version 1; no information. */
break;
default:
warn_stab (orig, _("const/volatile indicator missing"));
break;
}
staticp = FALSE;
switch (**pp)
{
case '*':
/* virtual member function, followed by index. The sign
bit is supposedly set to distinguish
pointers-to-methods from virtual function indicies. */
++*pp;
voffset = parse_number (pp, (bfd_boolean *) NULL);
if (**pp != ';')
{
bad_stab (orig);
goto fail;
}
++*pp;
voffset &= 0x7fffffff;
if (**pp == ';' || *pp == '\0')
{
/* Must be g++ version 1. */
context = DEBUG_TYPE_NULL;
}
else
{
/* Figure out from whence this virtual function
came. It may belong to virtual function table of
one of its baseclasses. */
look_ahead_type = parse_stab_type (dhandle, info,
(const char *) NULL,
pp,
(debug_type **) NULL);
if (**pp == ':')
{
/* g++ version 1 overloaded methods. */
context = DEBUG_TYPE_NULL;
}
else
{
context = look_ahead_type;
look_ahead_type = DEBUG_TYPE_NULL;
if (**pp != ';')
{
bad_stab (orig);
goto fail;
}
++*pp;
}
}
break;
case '?':
/* static member function. */
++*pp;
staticp = TRUE;
voffset = 0;
context = DEBUG_TYPE_NULL;
if (strncmp (argtypes, name, strlen (name)) != 0)
stub = TRUE;
break;
default:
warn_stab (orig, "member function type missing");
voffset = 0;
context = DEBUG_TYPE_NULL;
break;
case '.':
++*pp;
voffset = 0;
context = DEBUG_TYPE_NULL;
break;
}
/* If the type is not a stub, then the argtypes string is
the physical name of the function. Otherwise the
argtypes string is the mangled form of the argument
types, and the full type and the physical name must be
extracted from them. */
physname = argtypes;
if (stub)
{
debug_type class_type, return_type;
class_type = stab_find_type (dhandle, info, typenums);
if (class_type == DEBUG_TYPE_NULL)
goto fail;
return_type = debug_get_return_type (dhandle, type);
if (return_type == DEBUG_TYPE_NULL)
{
bad_stab (orig);
goto fail;
}
type = parse_stab_argtypes (dhandle, info, class_type, name,
tagname, return_type, argtypes,
constp, volatilep, &physname);
if (type == DEBUG_TYPE_NULL)
goto fail;
}
if (cvars + 1 >= allocvars)
{
allocvars += 10;
variants = ((debug_method_variant *)
xrealloc (variants,
allocvars * sizeof *variants));
}
if (! staticp)
variants[cvars] = debug_make_method_variant (dhandle, physname,
type, visibility,
constp, volatilep,
voffset, context);
else
variants[cvars] = debug_make_static_method_variant (dhandle,
physname,
type,
visibility,
constp,
volatilep);
if (variants[cvars] == DEBUG_METHOD_VARIANT_NULL)
goto fail;
++cvars;
}
while (**pp != ';' && **pp != '\0');
variants[cvars] = DEBUG_METHOD_VARIANT_NULL;
if (**pp != '\0')
++*pp;
if (c + 1 >= alloc)
{
alloc += 10;
methods = ((debug_method *)
xrealloc (methods, alloc * sizeof *methods));
}
methods[c] = debug_make_method (dhandle, name, variants);
++c;
}
if (methods != NULL)
methods[c] = DEBUG_METHOD_NULL;
*retp = methods;
return TRUE;
fail:
if (name != NULL)
free (name);
if (variants != NULL)
free (variants);
if (argtypes != NULL)
free (argtypes);
return FALSE;
}
/* Parse a string representing argument types for a method. Stabs
tries to save space by packing argument types into a mangled
string. This string should give us enough information to extract
both argument types and the physical name of the function, given
the tag name. */