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include "OptionsBase.td"
let Command = "target modules dump symtab" in {
def tm_sort : Option<"sort", "s">, Group<1>,
Desc<"Supply a sort order when dumping the symbol table.">,
EnumArg<"SortOrder", "OptionEnumValues(g_sort_option_enumeration)">;
}
let Command = "help" in {
def help_hide_aliases : Option<"hide-aliases", "a">,
Desc<"Hide aliases in the command list.">;
def help_hide_user : Option<"hide-user-commands", "u">,
Desc<"Hide user-defined commands from the list.">;
def help_show_hidden : Option<"show-hidden-commands", "h">,
Desc<"Include commands prefixed with an underscore.">;
}
let Command = "settings set" in {
def setset_global : Option<"global", "g">, Arg<"Filename">,
Completion<"DiskFile">,
Desc<"Apply the new value to the global default value.">;
def setset_force : Option<"force", "f">,
Desc<"Force an empty value to be accepted as the default.">;
}
let Command = "settings write" in {
def setwrite_file : Option<"file", "f">, Required, Arg<"Filename">,
Completion<"DiskFile">,
Desc<"The file into which to write the settings.">;
def setwrite_append : Option<"append", "a">,
Desc<"Append to saved settings file if it exists.">;
}
let Command = "settings read" in {
def setread_file : Option<"file", "f">, Required, Arg<"Filename">,
Completion<"DiskFile">,
Desc<"The file from which to read the settings.">;
}
let Command = "breakpoint list" in {
// FIXME: We need to add an "internal" command, and then add this sort of
// thing to it. But I need to see it for now, and don't want to wait.
def blist_internal : Option<"internal", "i">,
Desc<"Show debugger internal breakpoints">;
def blist_brief : Option<"brief", "b">, Group<1>,
Desc<"Give a brief description of the breakpoint (no location info).">;
def blist_full : Option<"full", "f">, Group<2>,
Desc<"Give a full description of the breakpoint and its locations.">;
def blist_verbose : Option<"verbose", "v">, Group<3>,
Desc<"Explain everything we know about the breakpoint (for debugging "
"debugger bugs).">;
def blist_dummy_bp : Option<"dummy-breakpoints", "D">,
Desc<"List Dummy breakpoints - i.e. breakpoints set before a file is "
"provided, which prime new targets.">;
}
let Command = "breakpoint modify" in {
def breakpoint_modify_ignore_count : Option<"ignore-count", "i">, Group<1>,
Arg<"Count">,
Desc<"Set the number of times this breakpoint is skipped before stopping.">;
def breakpoint_modify_one_shot : Option<"one-shot", "o">, Group<1>,
Arg<"Boolean">,
Desc<"The breakpoint is deleted the first time it stop causes a stop.">;
def breakpoint_modify_thread_index : Option<"thread-index", "x">, Group<1>,
Arg<"ThreadIndex">, Desc<"The breakpoint stops only for the thread whose "
"index matches this argument.">;
def breakpoint_modify_thread_id : Option<"thread-id", "t">, Group<1>,
Arg<"ThreadID">, Desc<"The breakpoint stops only for the thread whose TID "
"matches this argument.">;
def breakpoint_modify_thread_name : Option<"thread-name", "T">, Group<1>,
Arg<"ThreadName">, Desc<"The breakpoint stops only for the thread whose "
"thread name matches this argument.">;
def breakpoint_modify_queue_name : Option<"queue-name", "q">, Group<1>,
Arg<"QueueName">, Desc<"The breakpoint stops only for threads in the queue "
"whose name is given by this argument.">;
def breakpoint_modify_condition : Option<"condition", "c">, Group<1>,
Arg<"Expression">, Desc<"The breakpoint stops only if this condition "
"expression evaluates to true.">;
def breakpoint_modify_auto_continue : Option<"auto-continue", "G">, Group<1>,
Arg<"Boolean">,
Desc<"The breakpoint will auto-continue after running its commands.">;
def breakpoint_modify_enable : Option<"enable", "e">, Group<2>,
Desc<"Enable the breakpoint.">;
def breakpoint_modify_disable : Option<"disable", "d">, Group<3>,
Desc<"Disable the breakpoint.">;
def breakpoint_modify_command : Option<"command", "C">, Group<4>,
Arg<"Command">,
Desc<"A command to run when the breakpoint is hit, can be provided more "
"than once, the commands will get run in order left to right.">;
}
let Command = "breakpoint dummy" in {
def breakpoint_dummy_options_dummy_breakpoints :
Option<"dummy-breakpoints", "D">, Group<1>,
Desc<"Act on Dummy breakpoints - i.e. breakpoints set before a file is "
"provided, which prime new targets.">;
}
let Command = "breakpoint set" in {
def breakpoint_set_shlib : Option<"shlib", "s">, Arg<"ShlibName">,
Completion<"Module">, Groups<[1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,11]>, // *not* in group 10
Desc<"Set the breakpoint only in this shared library. Can repeat this "
"option multiple times to specify multiple shared libraries.">;
def breakpoint_set_hardware : Option<"hardware", "H">,
Desc<"Require the breakpoint to use hardware breakpoints.">;
def breakpoint_set_file : Option<"file", "f">, Arg<"Filename">,
Completion<"SourceFile">, Groups<[1,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,11]>,
Desc<"Specifies the source file in which to set this breakpoint. Note, by "
"default lldb only looks for files that are #included if they use the "
"standard include file extensions. To set breakpoints on .c/.cpp/.m/.mm "
"files that are #included, set target.inline-breakpoint-strategy to "
"\"always\".">;
def breakpoint_set_line : Option<"line", "l">, Group<1>, Arg<"LineNum">,
Required,
Desc<"Specifies the line number on which to set this breakpoint.">;
def breakpoint_set_address : Option<"address", "a">, Group<2>,
Arg<"AddressOrExpression">, Required,
Desc<"Set the breakpoint at the specified address. If the address maps "
"uniquely toa particular binary, then the address will be converted to "
"a \"file\"address, so that the breakpoint will track that binary+offset "
"no matter where the binary eventually loads. Alternately, if you also "
"specify the module - with the -s option - then the address will be "
"treated as a file address in that module, and resolved accordingly. "
"Again, this will allow lldb to track that offset on subsequent reloads. "
" The module need not have been loaded at the time you specify this "
"breakpoint, and will get resolved when the module is loaded.">;
def breakpoint_set_name : Option<"name", "n">, Group<3>, Arg<"FunctionName">,
Completion<"Symbol">, Required,
Desc<"Set the breakpoint by function name. Can be repeated multiple times "
"to makeone breakpoint for multiple names">;
def breakpoint_set_source_regexp_function :
Option<"source-regexp-function", "X">, Group<9>, Arg<"FunctionName">,
Completion<"Symbol">,
Desc<"When used with '-p' limits the source regex to source contained in "
"the namedfunctions. Can be repeated multiple times.">;
def breakpoint_set_fullname : Option<"fullname", "F">, Group<4>,
Arg<"FullName">, Required, Completion<"Symbol">,
Desc<"Set the breakpoint by fully qualified function names. For C++ this "
"means namespaces and all arguments, and for Objective-C this means a full "
"functionprototype with class and selector. Can be repeated multiple times"
" to make one breakpoint for multiple names.">;
def breakpoint_set_selector : Option<"selector", "S">, Group<5>,
Arg<"Selector">, Required,
Desc<"Set the breakpoint by ObjC selector name. Can be repeated multiple "
"times tomake one breakpoint for multiple Selectors.">;
def breakpoint_set_method : Option<"method", "M">, Group<6>, Arg<"Method">,
Required, Desc<"Set the breakpoint by C++ method names. Can be repeated "
"multiple times tomake one breakpoint for multiple methods.">;
def breakpoint_set_func_regex : Option<"func-regex", "r">, Group<7>,
Arg<"RegularExpression">, Required, Desc<"Set the breakpoint by function "
"name, evaluating a regular-expression to findthe function name(s).">;
def breakpoint_set_basename : Option<"basename", "b">, Group<8>,
Arg<"FunctionName">, Required, Completion<"Symbol">,
Desc<"Set the breakpoint by function basename (C++ namespaces and arguments"
" will beignored). Can be repeated multiple times to make one breakpoint "
"for multiplesymbols.">;
def breakpoint_set_source_pattern_regexp :
Option<"source-pattern-regexp", "p">, Group<9>, Arg<"RegularExpression">,
Required, Desc<"Set the breakpoint by specifying a regular expression which"
" is matched against the source text in a source file or files specified "
"with the -f can be specified more than once. If no source files "
"are specified, uses the current \"default source file\". If you want to "
"match against all source files, pass the \"--all-files\" option.">;
def breakpoint_set_all_files : Option<"all-files", "A">, Group<9>,
Desc<"All files are searched for source pattern matches.">;
def breakpoint_set_language_exception : Option<"language-exception", "E">,
Group<10>, Arg<"Language">, Required,
Desc<"Set the breakpoint on exceptions thrown by the specified language "
"(without options, on throw but not catch.)">;
def breakpoint_set_on_throw : Option<"on-throw", "w">, Group<10>,
Arg<"Boolean">, Desc<"Set the breakpoint on exception throW.">;
def breakpoint_set_on_catch : Option<"on-catch", "h">, Group<10>,
Arg<"Boolean">, Desc<"Set the breakpoint on exception catcH.">;
def breakpoint_set_language : Option<"language", "L">, GroupRange<3, 8>,
Arg<"Language">,
Desc<"Specifies the Language to use when interpreting the breakpoint's "
"expression (note: currently only implemented for setting breakpoints on "
"identifiers). If not set the target.language setting is used.">;
def breakpoint_set_skip_prologue : Option<"skip-prologue", "K">,
Arg<"Boolean">, Groups<[1,3,4,5,6,7,8]>,
Desc<"sKip the prologue if the breakpoint is at the beginning of a "
"function. If not set the target.skip-prologue setting is used.">;
def breakpoint_set_breakpoint_name : Option<"breakpoint-name", "N">,
Arg<"BreakpointName">,
Desc<"Adds this to the list of names for this breakpoint.">;
def breakpoint_set_address_slide : Option<"address-slide", "R">,
Arg<"Address">, Groups<[1,3,4,5,6,7,8]>,
Desc<"Add the specified offset to whatever address(es) the breakpoint "
"resolves to. At present this applies the offset directly as given, and "
"doesn't try to align it to instruction boundaries.">;
def breakpoint_set_move_to_nearest_code : Option<"move-to-nearest-code", "m">,
Groups<[1, 9]>, Arg<"Boolean">,
Desc<"Move breakpoints to nearest code. If not set the "
"target.move-to-nearest-codesetting is used.">;
/* Don't add this option till it actually does something useful...
def breakpoint_set_exception_typename : Option<"exception-typename", "O">,
Arg<"TypeName">, Desc<"The breakpoint will only stop if an "
"exception Object of this type is thrown. Can be repeated multiple times "
"to stop for multiple object types">;
*/
}
let Command = "breakpoint clear" in {
def breakpoint_clear_file : Option<"file", "f">, Group<1>, Arg<"Filename">,
Completion<"SourceFile">,
Desc<"Specify the breakpoint by source location in this particular file.">;
def breakpoint_clear_line : Option<"line", "l">, Group<1>, Arg<"LineNum">,
Required,
Desc<"Specify the breakpoint by source location at this particular line.">;
}
let Command = "breakpoint delete" in {
def breakpoint_delete_force : Option<"force", "f">, Group<1>,
Desc<"Delete all breakpoints without querying for confirmation.">;
def breakpoint_delete_dummy_breakpoints : Option<"dummy-breakpoints", "D">,
Group<1>, Desc<"Delete Dummy breakpoints - i.e. breakpoints set before a "
"file is provided, which prime new targets.">;
}
let Command = "breakpoint name" in {
def breakpoint_name_name : Option<"name", "N">, Group<1>,
Arg<"BreakpointName">, Desc<"Specifies a breakpoint name to use.">;
def breakpoint_name_breakpoint_id : Option<"breakpoint-id", "B">, Group<2>,
Arg<"BreakpointID">, Desc<"Specify a breakpoint ID to use.">;
def breakpoint_name_dummy_breakpoints : Option<"dummy-breakpoints", "D">,
Group<3>, Desc<"Operate on Dummy breakpoints - i.e. breakpoints set before "
"a file is provided, which prime new targets.">;
def breakpoint_name_help_string : Option<"help-string", "H">, Group<4>,
Arg<"None">, Desc<"A help string describing the purpose of this name.">;
}
let Command = "breakpoint access" in {
def breakpoint_access_allow_list : Option<"allow-list", "L">, Group<1>,
Arg<"Boolean">, Desc<"Determines whether the breakpoint will show up in "
"break list if not referred to explicitly.">;
def breakpoint_access_allow_disable : Option<"allow-disable", "A">, Group<2>,
Arg<"Boolean">, Desc<"Determines whether the breakpoint can be disabled by "
"name or when all breakpoints are disabled.">;
def breakpoint_access_allow_delete : Option<"allow-delete", "D">, Group<3>,
Arg<"Boolean">, Desc<"Determines whether the breakpoint can be deleted by "
"name or when all breakpoints are deleted.">;
}
let Command = "breakpoint read" in {
def breakpoint_read_file : Option<"file", "f">, Arg<"Filename">, Required,
Completion<"DiskFile">,
Desc<"The file from which to read the breakpoints.">;
def breakpoint_read_breakpoint_name : Option<"breakpoint-name", "N">,
Arg<"BreakpointName">, Desc<"Only read in breakpoints with this name.">;
}
let Command = "breakpoint write" in {
def breakpoint_write_file : Option<"file", "f">, Arg<"Filename">, Required,
Completion<"DiskFile">,
Desc<"The file into which to write the breakpoints.">;
def breakpoint_write_append : Option<"append", "a">,
Desc<"Append to saved breakpoints file if it exists.">;
}
let Command = "breakpoint command add" in {
def breakpoint_add_one_liner : Option<"one-liner", "o">, Group<1>,
Arg<"OneLiner">, Desc<"Specify a one-line breakpoint command inline. Be "
"sure to surround it with quotes.">;
def breakpoint_add_stop_on_error : Option<"stop-on-error", "e">,
Arg<"Boolean">, Desc<"Specify whether breakpoint command execution should "
"terminate on error.">;
def breakpoint_add_script_type : Option<"script-type", "s">,
EnumArg<"None", "ScriptOptionEnum()">,
Desc<"Specify the language for the commands - if none is specified, the "
"lldb command interpreter will be used.">;
def breakpoint_add_python_function : Option<"python-function", "F">,
Group<2>, Arg<"PythonFunction">,
Desc<"Give the name of a Python function to run as command for this "
"breakpoint. Be sure to give a module name if appropriate.">;
def breakpoint_add_dummy_breakpoints : Option<"dummy-breakpoints", "D">,
Desc<"Sets Dummy breakpoints - i.e. breakpoints set before a file is "
"provided, which prime new targets.">;
}
let Command = "breakpoint command delete" in {
def breakpoint_command_delete_dummy_breakpoints :
Option<"dummy-breakpoints", "D">, Group<1>,
Desc<"Delete commands from Dummy breakpoints - i.e. breakpoints set before "
"a file is provided, which prime new targets.">;
}
let Command = "disassemble" in {
def disassemble_options_bytes : Option<"bytes", "b">,
Desc<"Show opcode bytes when disassembling.">;
def disassemble_options_context : Option<"context", "C">, Arg<"NumLines">,
Desc<"Number of context lines of source to show.">;
def disassemble_options_mixed : Option<"mixed", "m">,
Desc<"Enable mixed source and assembly display.">;
def disassemble_options_raw : Option<"raw", "r">,
Desc<"Print raw disassembly with no symbol information.">;
def disassemble_options_plugin : Option<"plugin", "P">, Arg<"Plugin">,
Desc<"Name of the disassembler plugin you want to use.">;
def disassemble_options_flavor : Option<"flavor", "F">,
Arg<"DisassemblyFlavor">, Desc<"Name of the disassembly flavor you want to "
"use. Currently the only valid options are default, and for Intel "
"architectures, att and intel.">;
def disassemble_options_arch : Option<"arch", "A">, Arg<"Architecture">,
Desc<"Specify the architecture to use from cross disassembly.">;
def disassemble_options_start_address : Option<"start-address", "s">,
Groups<[1,2]>, Arg<"AddressOrExpression">, Required,
Desc<"Address at which to start disassembling.">;
def disassemble_options_end_address : Option<"end-address", "e">, Group<1>,
Arg<"AddressOrExpression">, Desc<"Address at which to end disassembling.">;
def disassemble_options_count : Option<"count", "c">, Groups<[2,3,4,5]>,
Arg<"NumLines">, Desc<"Number of instructions to display.">;
def disassemble_options_name : Option<"name", "n">, Group<3>,
Arg<"FunctionName">, Completion<"Symbol">,
Desc<"Disassemble entire contents of the given function name.">;
def disassemble_options_frame : Option<"frame", "f">, Group<4>,
Desc<"Disassemble from the start of the current frame's function.">;
def disassemble_options_pc : Option<"pc", "p">, Group<5>,
Desc<"Disassemble around the current pc.">;
def disassemble_options_line : Option<"line", "l">, Group<6>,
Desc<"Disassemble the current frame's current source line instructions if"
"there is debug line table information, else disassemble around the pc.">;
def disassemble_options_address : Option<"address", "a">, Group<7>,
Arg<"AddressOrExpression">,
Desc<"Disassemble function containing this address.">;
}
let Command = "expression" in {
def expression_options_all_threads : Option<"all-threads", "a">,
Groups<[1,2]>, Arg<"Boolean">, Desc<"Should we run all threads if the "
"execution doesn't complete on one thread.">;
def expression_options_ignore_breakpoints : Option<"ignore-breakpoints", "i">,
Groups<[1,2]>, Arg<"Boolean">,
Desc<"Ignore breakpoint hits while running expressions">;
def expression_options_timeout : Option<"timeout", "t">, Groups<[1,2]>,
Arg<"UnsignedInteger">,
Desc<"Timeout value (in microseconds) for running the expression.">;
def expression_options_unwind_on_error : Option<"unwind-on-error", "u">,
Groups<[1,2]>, Arg<"Boolean">,
Desc<"Clean up program state if the expression causes a crash, or raises a "
"signal. Note, unlike gdb hitting a breakpoint is controlled by another "
"option (-i).">;
def expression_options_debug : Option<"debug", "g">, Groups<[1,2]>,
Desc<"When specified, debug the JIT code by setting a breakpoint on the "
"first instruction and forcing breakpoints to not be ignored (-i0) and no "
"unwinding to happen on error (-u0).">;
def expression_options_language : Option<"language", "l">, Groups<[1,2]>,
Arg<"Language">, Desc<"Specifies the Language to use when parsing the "
"expression. If not set the target.language setting is used.">;
def expression_options_apply_fixits : Option<"apply-fixits", "X">,
Groups<[1,2]>, Arg<"Language">, Desc<"If true, simple fix-it hints will be "
"automatically applied to the expression.">;
def expression_options_description_verbosity :
Option<"description-verbosity", "v">, Group<1>,
OptionalEnumArg<"DescriptionVerbosity", "DescriptionVerbosityTypes()">,
Desc<"How verbose should the output of this expression be, if the object "
"description is asked for.">;
def expression_options_top_level : Option<"top-level", "p">, Groups<[1,2]>,
Desc<"Interpret the expression as a complete translation unit, without "
"injecting it into the local context. Allows declaration of persistent, "
"top-level entities without a $ prefix.">;
def expression_options_allow_jit : Option<"allow-jit", "j">, Groups<[1,2]>,
Arg<"Boolean">,
Desc<"Controls whether the expression can fall back to being JITted if it's"
"not supported by the interpreter (defaults to true).">;
}
let Command = "frame diag" in {
def frame_diag_register : Option<"register", "r">, Group<1>,
Arg<"RegisterName">, Desc<"A register to diagnose.">;
def frame_diag_address : Option<"address", "a">, Group<1>, Arg<"Address">,
Desc<"An address to diagnose.">;
def frame_diag_offset : Option<"offset", "o">, Group<1>, Arg<"Offset">,
Desc<"An optional offset. Requires --register.">;
}
let Command = "frame select" in {
def frame_select_relative : Option<"relative", "r">, Group<1>, Arg<"Offset">,
Desc<"A relative frame index offset from the current frame index.">;
}
let Command = "frame recognizer add" in {
def frame_recognizer_shlib : Option<"shlib", "s">, Arg<"ShlibName">,
Completion<"Module">,
Desc<"Name of the module or shared library that this recognizer applies "
"to.">;
def frame_recognizer_function : Option<"function", "n">, Arg<"Name">,
Completion<"Symbol">,
Desc<"Name of the function that this recognizer applies to.">;
def frame_recognizer_python_class : Option<"python-class", "l">, Group<2>,
Arg<"PythonClass">,
Desc<"Give the name of a Python class to use for this frame recognizer.">;
def frame_recognizer_regex : Option<"regex", "x">,
Desc<"Function name and module name are actually regular expressions.">;
}
let Command = "history" in {
def history_count : Option<"count", "c">, Group<1>, Arg<"UnsignedInteger">,
Desc<"How many history commands to print.">;
def history_start_index : Option<"start-index", "s">, Group<1>,
Arg<"UnsignedInteger">, Desc<"Index at which to start printing history "
"commands (or end to mean tail mode).">;
def history_end_index : Option<"end-index", "e">, Group<1>,
Arg<"UnsignedInteger">,
Desc<"Index at which to stop printing history commands.">;
def history_clear : Option<"clear", "C">, Group<2>,
Desc<"Clears the current command history.">;
}
let Command = "log" in {
def log_file : Option<"file", "f">, Group<1>, Arg<"Filename">,
Desc<"Set the destination file to log to.">;
def log_threadsafe : Option<"threadsafe", "t">, Group<1>,
Desc<"Enable thread safe logging to avoid interweaved log lines.">;
def log_verbose : Option<"verbose", "v">, Group<1>,
Desc<"Enable verbose logging.">;
def log_sequence : Option<"sequence", "s">, Group<1>,
Desc<"Prepend all log lines with an increasing integer sequence id.">;
def log_timestamp : Option<"timestamp", "T">, Group<1>,
Desc<"Prepend all log lines with a timestamp.">;
def log_pid_tid : Option<"pid-tid", "p">, Group<1>,
Desc<"Prepend all log lines with the process and thread ID that generates "
"the log line.">;
def log_thread_name : Option<"thread-name", "n">, Group<1>,
Desc<"Prepend all log lines with the thread name for the thread that "
"generates the log line.">;
def log_stack : Option<"stack", "S">, Group<1>,
Desc<"Append a stack backtrace to each log line.">;
def log_append : Option<"append", "a">, Group<1>,
Desc<"Append to the log file instead of overwriting.">;
def log_file_function : Option<"file-function", "F">, Group<1>,
Desc<"Prepend the names of files and function that generate the logs.">;
}
let Command = "reproducer" in {
def reproducer_provider : Option<"provider", "p">, Group<1>,
EnumArg<"None", "ReproducerProviderType()">,
Required, Desc<"The reproducer provider to dump.">;
def reproducer_file : Option<"file", "f">, Group<1>, Arg<"Filename">,
Desc<"The reproducer path. If a reproducer is replayed and no path is "
"provided, that reproducer is dumped.">;
}
let Command = "memory read" in {
def memory_read_num_per_line : Option<"num-per-line", "l">, Group<1>,
Arg<"NumberPerLine">, Desc<"The number of items per line to display.">;
def memory_read_binary : Option<"binary", "b">, Group<2>,
Desc<"If true, memory will be saved as binary. If false, the memory is "
"saved save as an ASCII dump that uses the format, size, count and number "
"per line settings.">;
def memory_read_type : Option<"type", "t">, Groups<[3,4]>, Arg<"Name">,
Required, Desc<"The name of a type to view memory as.">;
def memory_read_language : Option<"language", "x">, Group<4>, Arg<"Language">,
Desc<"The language of the type to view memory as.">;
def memory_read_offset : Option<"offset", "E">, Group<3>, Arg<"Count">,
Desc<"How many elements of the specified type to skip before starting to "
"display data.">;
def memory_read_force : Option<"force", "r">, Groups<[1,2,3]>,
Desc<"Necessary if reading over target.max-memory-read-size bytes.">;
}
let Command = "memory find" in {
def memory_find_expression : Option<"expression", "e">, Group<1>,
Arg<"Expression">, Required,
Desc<"Evaluate an expression to obtain a byte pattern.">;
def memory_find_string : Option<"string", "s">, Group<2>, Arg<"Name">,
Required, Desc<"Use text to find a byte pattern.">;
def memory_find_count : Option<"count", "c">, Arg<"Count">,
Desc<"How many times to perform the search.">;
def memory_find_dump_offset : Option<"dump-offset", "o">, Arg<"Offset">,
Desc<"When dumping memory for a match, an offset from the match location to"
" start dumping from.">;
}
let Command = "memory write" in {
def memory_write_infile : Option<"infile", "i">, Group<1>, Arg<"Filename">,
Required, Desc<"Write memory using the contents of a file.">;
def memory_write_offset : Option<"offset", "o">, Group<1>, Arg<"Offset">,
Desc<"Start writing bytes from an offset within the input file.">;
}
let Command = "register read" in {
def register_read_alternate : Option<"alternate", "A">,
Desc<"Display register names using the alternate register name if there "
"is one.">;
def register_read_set : Option<"set", "s">, Group<1>, Arg<"Index">,
Desc<"Specify which register sets to dump by index.">;
def register_read_all : Option<"all", "a">, Group<2>,
Desc<"Show all register sets.">;
}
let Command = "source" in {
def source_stop_on_error : Option<"stop-on-error", "e">, Arg<"Boolean">,
Desc<"If true, stop executing commands on error.">;
def source_stop_on_continue : Option<"stop-on-continue", "c">, Arg<"Boolean">,
Desc<"If true, stop executing commands on continue.">;
def source_silent_run : Option<"silent-run", "s">, Arg<"Boolean">,
Desc<"If true don't echo commands while executing.">;
}
let Command = "alias" in {
def alias_help : Option<"help", "h">, Arg<"HelpText">,
Desc<"Help text for this command">;
def alias_long_help : Option<"long-help", "H">, Arg<"HelpText">,
Desc<"Long help text for this command">;
}
let Command = "regex" in {
def regex_help : Option<"help", "h">, Group<1>, Arg<"None">,
Desc<"The help text to display for this command.">;
def regex_syntax : Option<"syntax", "s">, Group<1>, Arg<"None">,
Desc<"A syntax string showing the typical usage syntax.">;
}
let Command = "permissions" in {
def permissions_permissions_value : Option<"permissions-value", "v">,
Arg<"PermissionsNumber">,
Desc<"Give out the numeric value for permissions (e.g. 757)">;
def permissions_permissions_string : Option<"permissions-string", "s">,
Arg<"PermissionsString">,
Desc<"Give out the string value for permissions (e.g. rwxr-xr--).">;
def permissions_user_read : Option<"user-read", "r">,
Desc<"Allow user to read.">;
def permissions_user_write : Option<"user-write", "w">,
Desc<"Allow user to write.">;
def permissions_user_exec : Option<"user-exec", "x">,
Desc<"Allow user to execute.">;
def permissions_group_read : Option<"group-read", "R">,
Desc<"Allow group to read.">;
def permissions_group_write : Option<"group-write", "W">,
Desc<"Allow group to write.">;
def permissions_group_exec : Option<"group-exec", "X">,
Desc<"Allow group to execute.">;
def permissions_world_read : Option<"world-read", "d">,
Desc<"Allow world to read.">;
def permissions_world_write : Option<"world-write", "t">,
Desc<"Allow world to write.">;
def permissions_world_exec : Option<"world-exec", "e">,
Desc<"Allow world to execute.">;
}
let Command = "platform fread" in {
def platform_fread_offset : Option<"offset", "o">, Group<1>, Arg<"Index">,
Desc<"Offset into the file at which to start reading.">;
def platform_fread_count : Option<"count", "c">, Group<1>, Arg<"Count">,
Desc<"Number of bytes to read from the file.">;
}
let Command = "platform fwrite" in {
def platform_fwrite_offset : Option<"offset", "o">, Group<1>, Arg<"Index">,
Desc<"Offset into the file at which to start reading.">;
def platform_fwrite_data : Option<"data", "d">, Group<1>, Arg<"Value">,
Desc<"Text to write to the file.">;
}
let Command = "platform process list" in {
def platform_process_list_pid : Option<"pid", "p">, Group<1>, Arg<"Pid">,
Desc<"List the process info for a specific process ID.">;
def platform_process_list_name : Option<"name", "n">, Group<2>,
Arg<"ProcessName">, Required,
Desc<"Find processes with executable basenames that match a string.">;
def platform_process_list_ends_with : Option<"ends-with", "e">, Group<3>,
Arg<"ProcessName">, Required,
Desc<"Find processes with executable basenames that end with a string.">;
def platform_process_list_starts_with : Option<"starts-with", "s">, Group<4>,
Arg<"ProcessName">, Required,
Desc<"Find processes with executable basenames that start with a string.">;
def platform_process_list_contains : Option<"contains", "c">, Group<5>,
Arg<"ProcessName">, Required,
Desc<"Find processes with executable basenames that contain a string.">;
def platform_process_list_regex : Option<"regex", "r">, Group<6>,
Arg<"RegularExpression">, Required,
Desc<"Find processes with executable basenames that match a regular "
"expression.">;
def platform_process_list_parent : Option<"parent", "P">, GroupRange<2, 6>,
Arg<"Pid">, Desc<"Find processes that have a matching parent process ID.">;
def platform_process_list_uid : Option<"uid", "u">, GroupRange<2, 6>,
Arg<"UnsignedInteger">, Validator<"&posix_validator">,
Desc<"Find processes that have a matching user ID.">;
def platform_process_list_euid : Option<"euid", "U">, GroupRange<2, 6>,
Arg<"UnsignedInteger">, Validator<"&posix_validator">,
Desc<"Find processes that have a matching effective user ID.">;
def platform_process_list_gid : Option<"gid", "g">, GroupRange<2, 6>,
Arg<"UnsignedInteger">, Validator<"&posix_validator">,
Desc<"Find processes that have a matching group ID.">;
def platform_process_list_egid : Option<"egid", "G">, GroupRange<2, 6>,
Arg<"UnsignedInteger">, Validator<"&posix_validator">,
Desc<"Find processes that have a matching effective group ID.">;
def platform_process_list_arch : Option<"arch", "a">, GroupRange<2, 6>,
Arg<"Architecture">,
Desc<"Find processes that have a matching architecture.">;
def platform_process_list_show_args : Option<"show-args", "A">,
GroupRange<1, 6>,
Desc<"Show process arguments instead of the process executable basename.">;
def platform_process_list_verbose : Option<"verbose", "v">, GroupRange<1, 6>,
Desc<"Enable verbose output.">;
}
let Command = "platform process attach" in {
def platform_process_attach_plugin : Option<"plugin", "P">, Arg<"Plugin">,
Desc<"Name of the process plugin you want to use.">;
def platform_process_attach_pid : Option<"pid", "p">, Group<1>, Arg<"Pid">,
Desc<"The process ID of an existing process to attach to.">;
def platform_process_attach_name : Option<"name", "n">, Group<2>,
Arg<"ProcessName">, Desc<"The name of the process to attach to.">;
def platform_process_attach_waitfor : Option<"waitfor", "w">, Group<2>,
Desc<"Wait for the process with <process-name> to launch.">;
}
let Command = "platform shell" in {
def platform_shell_timeout : Option<"timeout", "t">, Arg<"Value">,
Desc<"Seconds to wait for the remote host to finish running the command.">;
}
let Command = "process attach" in {
def process_attach_continue : Option<"continue", "c">,
Desc<"Immediately continue the process once attached.">;
def process_attach_plugin : Option<"plugin", "P">, Arg<"Plugin">,
Desc<"Name of the process plugin you want to use.">;
def process_attach_pid : Option<"pid", "p">, Group<1>, Arg<"Pid">,
Desc<"The process ID of an existing process to attach to.">;
def process_attach_name : Option<"name", "n">, Group<2>, Arg<"ProcessName">,
Desc<"The name of the process to attach to.">;
def process_attach_include_existing : Option<"include-existing", "i">,
Group<2>, Desc<"Include existing processes when doing attach -w.">;
def process_attach_waitfor : Option<"waitfor", "w">, Group<2>,
Desc<"Wait for the process with <process-name> to launch.">;
}
let Command = "process continue" in {
def process_continue_ignore_count : Option<"ignore-count", "i">,
Arg<"UnsignedInteger">, Desc<"Ignore <N> crossings of the breakpoint (if it"
" exists) for the currently selected thread.">;
}
let Command = "process detach" in {
def process_detach_keep_stopped : Option<"keep-stopped", "s">, Group<1>,
Arg<"Boolean">, Desc<"Whether or not the process should be kept stopped on"
" detach (if possible).">;
}
let Command = "process connect" in {
def process_connect_plugin : Option<"plugin", "p">, Arg<"Plugin">,
Desc<"Name of the process plugin you want to use.">;
}
let Command = "process load" in {
def process_load_install : Option<"install", "i">, OptionalArg<"Path">,
Desc<"Install the shared library to the target. If specified without an "
"argument then the library will installed in the current working "
"directory.">;
}
let Command = "process handle" in {
def process_handle_stop : Option<"stop", "s">, Group<1>, Arg<"Boolean">,
Desc<"Whether or not the process should be stopped if the signal is "
"received.">;
def process_handle_notify : Option<"notify", "n">, Group<1>, Arg<"Boolean">,
Desc<"Whether or not the debugger should notify the user if the signal is "
"received.">;
def process_handle_pass : Option<"pass", "p">, Group<1>, Arg<"Boolean">,
Desc<"Whether or not the signal should be passed to the process.">;
}
let Command = "script import" in {
def script_import_allow_reload : Option<"allow-reload", "r">, Group<1>,
Desc<"Allow the script to be loaded even if it was already loaded before. "
"This argument exists for backwards compatibility, but reloading is always "
"allowed, whether you specify it or not.">;
}
let Command = "script add" in {
def script_add_function : Option<"function", "f">, Group<1>,
Arg<"PythonFunction">,
Desc<"Name of the Python function to bind to this command name.">;
def script_add_class : Option<"class", "c">, Group<2>, Arg<"PythonClass">,
Desc<"Name of the Python class to bind to this command name.">;
def script_add_help : Option<"help", "h">, Group<1>, Arg<"HelpText">,
Desc<"The help text to display for this command.">;
def script_add_synchronicity : Option<"synchronicity", "s">,
EnumArg<"ScriptedCommandSynchronicity", "ScriptSynchroType()">,
Desc<"Set the synchronicity of this command's executions with regard to "
"LLDB event system.">;
}
let Command = "source info" in {
def source_info_count : Option<"count", "c">, Arg<"Count">,
Desc<"The number of line entries to display.">;
def source_info_shlib : Option<"shlib", "s">, Groups<[1,2]>, Arg<"ShlibName">,
Completion<"Module">, Desc<"Look up the source in the given module or "
"shared library (can be specified more than once).">;
def source_info_file : Option<"file", "f">, Group<1>, Arg<"Filename">,
Completion<"SourceFile">, Desc<"The file from which to display source.">;
def source_info_line : Option<"line", "l">, Group<1>, Arg<"LineNum">,
Desc<"The line number at which to start the displaying lines.">;
def source_info_end_line : Option<"end-line", "e">, Group<1>, Arg<"LineNum">,
Desc<"The line number at which to stop displaying lines.">;
def source_info_name : Option<"name", "n">, Group<2>, Arg<"Symbol">,
Completion<"Symbol">,
Desc<"The name of a function whose source to display.">;
def source_info_address : Option<"address", "a">, Group<3>,
Arg<"AddressOrExpression">, Desc<"Lookup the address and display the source"
" information for the corresponding file and line.">;
}
let Command = "source list" in {
def source_list_count : Option<"count", "c">, Arg<"Count">,
Desc<"The number of source lines to display.">;
def source_list_shlib : Option<"shlib", "s">, Groups<[1,2]>, Arg<"ShlibName">,
Completion<"Module">,
Desc<"Look up the source file in the given shared library.">;
def source_list_show_breakpoints : Option<"show-breakpoints", "b">,
Desc<"Show the line table locations from the debug information that "
"indicate valid places to set source level breakpoints.">;
def source_list_file : Option<"file", "f">, Group<1>, Arg<"Filename">,
Completion<"SourceFile">, Desc<"The file from which to display source.">;
def source_list_line : Option<"line", "l">, Group<1>, Arg<"LineNum">,
Desc<"The line number at which to start the display source.">;
def source_list_name : Option<"name", "n">, Group<2>, Arg<"Symbol">,
Completion<"Symbol">,
Desc<"The name of a function whose source to display.">;
def source_list_address : Option<"address", "a">, Group<3>,
Arg<"AddressOrExpression">, Desc<"Lookup the address and display the source"
" information for the corresponding file and line.">;
def source_list_reverse : Option<"reverse", "r">, Group<4>, Desc<"Reverse the"
" listing to look backwards from the last displayed block of source.">;
}
let Command = "target dependents" in {
def dependents_no_dependents : Option<"no-dependents", "d">, Group<1>,
OptionalEnumArg<"Value", "OptionEnumValues(g_dependents_enumaration)">,
Desc<"Whether or not to load dependents when creating a target. If the "
"option is not specified, the value is implicitly 'default'. If the "
"option is specified but without a value, the value is implicitly "
"'true'.">;
}
let Command = "target modules dump" in {
def target_modules_dump_verbose : Option<"verbose", "v">,
Desc<"Enable verbose dump.">;
}
let Command = "target modules list" in {
def target_modules_list_address : Option<"address", "a">, Group<1>,
Arg<"AddressOrExpression">, Desc<"Display the image at this address.">;
def target_modules_list_arch : Option<"arch", "A">, Group<1>,
OptionalArg<"Width">, Desc<"Display the architecture when listing images.">;
def target_modules_list_triple : Option<"triple", "t">, Group<1>,
OptionalArg<"Width">, Desc<"Display the triple when listing images.">;
def target_modules_list_header : Option<"header", "h">, Group<1>,
Desc<"Display the image base address as a load address if debugging, a file"
" address otherwise.">;
def target_modules_list_offset : Option<"offset", "o">, Group<1>,
Desc<"Display the image load address offset from the base file address "
"(the slide amount).">;
def target_modules_list_uuid : Option<"uuid", "u">, Group<1>,
Desc<"Display the UUID when listing images.">;
def target_modules_list_fullpath : Option<"fullpath", "f">, Group<1>,
OptionalArg<"Width">,
Desc<"Display the fullpath to the image object file.">;
def target_modules_list_directory : Option<"directory", "d">, Group<1>,
OptionalArg<"Width">, Desc<"Display the directory with optional width for "
"the image object file.">;
def target_modules_list_basename : Option<"basename", "b">, Group<1>,
OptionalArg<"Width">, Desc<"Display the basename with optional width for "
"the image object file.">;
def target_modules_list_symfile : Option<"symfile", "s">, Group<1>,
OptionalArg<"Width">, Desc<"Display the fullpath to the image symbol file "
"with optional width.">;
def target_modules_list_symfile_unique : Option<"symfile-unique", "S">,
Group<1>, OptionalArg<"Width">, Desc<"Display the symbol file with optional"
" width only if it is different from the executable object file.">;
def target_modules_list_mod_time : Option<"mod-time", "m">, Group<1>,
OptionalArg<"Width">, Desc<"Display the modification time with optional "
"width of the module.">;
def target_modules_list_ref_count : Option<"ref-count", "r">, Group<1>,
OptionalArg<"Width">, Desc<"Display the reference count if the module is "
"still in the shared module cache.">;
def target_modules_list_pointer : Option<"pointer", "p">, Group<1>,
OptionalArg<"None">, Desc<"Display the module pointer.">;
def target_modules_list_global : Option<"global", "g">, Group<1>,
Desc<"Display the modules from the global module list, not just the "
"current target.">;
}
let Command = "target modules show unwind" in {
def target_modules_show_unwind_name : Option<"name", "n">, Group<1>,
Arg<"FunctionName">,
Desc<"Show unwind instructions for a function or symbol name.">;
def target_modules_show_unwind_address : Option<"address", "a">, Group<2>,
Arg<"AddressOrExpression">, Desc<"Show unwind instructions for a function "
"or symbol containing an address">;
}
let Command = "target modules lookup" in {
def target_modules_lookup_address : Option<"address", "a">, Group<1>,
Arg<"AddressOrExpression">, Required, Desc<"Lookup an address in one or "
"more target modules.">;
def target_modules_lookup_offset : Option<"offset", "o">, Group<1>,
Arg<"Offset">, Desc<"When looking up an address subtract <offset> from any "
"addresses before doing the lookup.">;
// FIXME: re-enable regex for types when the LookupTypeInModule actually uses
// the regex option by adding to group 6.
def target_modules_lookup_regex : Option<"regex", "r">, Groups<[2,4,5]>,
Desc<"The <name> argument for name lookups are regular expressions.">;
def target_modules_lookup_symbol : Option<"symbol", "s">, Group<2>,
Arg<"Symbol">, Required, Desc<"Lookup a symbol by name in the symbol tables"
" in one or more target modules.">;
def target_modules_lookup_file : Option<"file", "f">, Group<3>,
Arg<"Filename">, Required, Desc<"Lookup a file by fullpath or basename in "
"one or more target modules.">;
def target_modules_lookup_line : Option<"line", "l">, Group<3>,
Arg<"LineNum">, Desc<"Lookup a line number in a file (must be used in "
"conjunction with --file).">;
def target_modules_lookup_no_inlines : Option<"no-inlines", "i">,
GroupRange<3,5>,
Desc<"Ignore inline entries (must be used in conjunction with --file or "
"--function).">;
def target_modules_lookup_function : Option<"function", "F">, Group<4>,
Arg<"FunctionName">, Required, Desc<"Lookup a function by name in the debug"
" symbols in one or more target modules.">;
def target_modules_lookup_name : Option<"name", "n">, Group<5>,
Arg<"FunctionOrSymbol">, Required, Desc<"Lookup a function or symbol by "
"name in one or more target modules.">;
def target_modules_lookup_type : Option<"type", "t">, Group<6>, Arg<"Name">,
Required, Desc<"Lookup a type by name in the debug symbols in one or more "
"target modules.">;
def target_modules_lookup_verbose : Option<"verbose", "v">,
Desc<"Enable verbose lookup information.">;
def target_modules_lookup_all : Option<"all", "A">, Desc<"Print all matches, "
"not just the best match, if a best match is available.">;
}
let Command = "target stop hook add" in {
def target_stop_hook_add_one_liner : Option<"one-liner", "o">,
Arg<"OneLiner">, Desc<"Add a command for the stop hook. Can be specified "
"more than once, and commands will be run in the order they appear.">;
def target_stop_hook_add_shlib : Option<"shlib", "s">, Arg<"ShlibName">,
Completion<"Module">,
Desc<"Set the module within which the stop-hook is to be run.">;
def target_stop_hook_add_thread_index : Option<"thread-index", "x">,
Arg<"ThreadIndex">, Desc<"The stop hook is run only for the thread whose "
"index matches this argument.">;
def target_stop_hook_add_thread_id : Option<"thread-id", "t">,
Arg<"ThreadID">, Desc<"The stop hook is run only for the thread whose TID "
"matches this argument.">;
def target_stop_hook_add_thread_name : Option<"thread-name", "T">,
Arg<"ThreadName">, Desc<"The stop hook is run only for the thread whose "
"thread name matches this argument.">;
def target_stop_hook_add_queue_name : Option<"queue-name", "q">,
Arg<"QueueName">, Desc<"The stop hook is run only for threads in the queue "
"whose name is given by this argument.">;
def target_stop_hook_add_file : Option<"file", "f">, Group<1>,
Arg<"Filename">, Desc<"Specify the source file within which the stop-hook "
"is to be run.">, Completion<"SourceFile">;
def target_stop_hook_add_start_line : Option<"start-line", "l">, Group<1>,
Arg<"LineNum">, Desc<"Set the start of the line range for which the "
"stop-hook is to be run.">;
def target_stop_hook_add_end_line : Option<"end-line", "e">, Group<1>,
Arg<"LineNum">, Desc<"Set the end of the line range for which the stop-hook"
" is to be run.">;
def target_stop_hook_add_classname : Option<"classname", "c">, Group<2>,
Arg<"ClassName">,
Desc<"Specify the class within which the stop-hook is to be run.">;
def target_stop_hook_add_name : Option<"name", "n">, Group<3>,
Arg<"FunctionName">, Desc<"Set the function name within which the stop hook"
" will be run.">, Completion<"Symbol">;
def target_stop_hook_add_auto_continue : Option<"auto-continue", "G">,
Arg<"Boolean">, Desc<"The breakpoint will auto-continue after running its"
" commands.">;
}
let Command = "thread backtrace" in {
def thread_backtrace_count : Option<"count", "c">, Group<1>, Arg<"Count">,
Desc<"How many frames to display (-1 for all)">;
def thread_backtrace_start : Option<"start", "s">, Group<1>,
Arg<"FrameIndex">, Desc<"Frame in which to start the backtrace">;
def thread_backtrace_extended : Option<"extended", "e">, Group<1>,
Arg<"Boolean">, Desc<"Show the extended backtrace, if available">;
}
let Command = "thread step scope" in {
def thread_step_scope_step_in_avoids_no_debug :
Option<"step-in-avoids-no-debug", "a">, Group<1>, Arg<"Boolean">,
Desc<"A boolean value that sets whether stepping into functions will step "
"over functions with no debug information.">;
def thread_step_scope_step_out_avoids_no_debug :
Option<"step-out-avoids-no-debug", "A">, Group<1>, Arg<"Boolean">,
Desc<"A boolean value, if true stepping out of functions will continue to"
" step out till it hits a function with debug information.">;
def thread_step_scope_count : Option<"count", "c">, Group<1>, Arg<"Count">,
Desc<"How many times to perform the stepping operation - currently only "
"supported for step-inst and next-inst.">;
def thread_step_scope_end_linenumber : Option<"end-linenumber", "e">,
Group<1>, Arg<"LineNum">, Desc<"The line at which to stop stepping - "
"defaults to the next line and only supported for step-in and step-over."
" You can also pass the string 'block' to step to the end of the current"
" block. This is particularly use in conjunction with --step-target to"
" step through a complex calling sequence.">;
def thread_step_scope_run_mode : Option<"run-mode", "m">, Group<1>,
EnumArg<"RunMode", "TriRunningModes()">, Desc<"Determine how to run other "
"threads while stepping the current thread.">;
def thread_step_scope_step_over_regexp : Option<"step-over-regexp", "r">,
Group<1>, Arg<"RegularExpression">, Desc<"A regular expression that defines"
"function names to not to stop at when stepping in.">;
def thread_step_scope_step_in_target : Option<"step-in-target", "t">,
Group<1>, Arg<"FunctionName">, Desc<"The name of the directly called "
"function step in should stop at when stepping into.">;
def thread_step_scope_python_class : Option<"python-class", "C">, Group<2>,
Arg<"PythonClass">, Desc<"The name of the class that will manage this step "
"- only supported for Scripted Step.">;
}
let Command = "thread until" in {
def thread_until_frame : Option<"frame", "f">, Group<1>, Arg<"FrameIndex">,
Desc<"Frame index for until operation - defaults to 0">;
def thread_until_thread : Option<"thread", "t">, Group<1>, Arg<"ThreadIndex">,
Desc<"Thread index for the thread for until operation">;
def thread_until_run_mode : Option<"run-mode", "m">, Group<1>,
EnumArg<"RunMode", "DuoRunningModes()">, Desc<"Determine how to run other"
"threads while stepping this one">;
def thread_until_address : Option<"address", "a">, Group<1>,
Arg<"AddressOrExpression">, Desc<"Run until we reach the specified address,"
"or leave the function - can be specified multiple times.">;
}
let Command = "thread info" in {
def thread_info_json : Option<"json", "j">, Desc<"Display the thread info in"
" JSON format.">;
def thread_info_stop_info : Option<"stop-info", "s">, Desc<"Display the "
"extended stop info in JSON format.">;
}
let Command = "thread return" in {
def thread_return_from_expression : Option<"from-expression", "x">,
Desc<"Return from the innermost expression evaluation.">;
}
let Command = "thread jump" in {
def thread_jump_file : Option<"file", "f">, Group<1>, Arg<"Filename">,
Completion<"SourceFile">, Desc<"Specifies the source file to jump to.">;
def thread_jump_line : Option<"line", "l">, Group<1>, Arg<"LineNum">,
Required, Desc<"Specifies the line number to jump to.">;
def thread_jump_by : Option<"by", "b">, Group<2>, Arg<"Offset">, Required,
Desc<"Jumps by a relative line offset from the current line.">;
def thread_jump_address : Option<"address", "a">, Group<3>,
Arg<"AddressOrExpression">, Required, Desc<"Jumps to a specific address.">;
def thread_jump_force : Option<"force", "r">, Groups<[1,2,3]>,
Desc<"Allows the PC to leave the current function.">;
}
let Command = "thread plan list" in {
def thread_plan_list_verbose : Option<"verbose", "v">, Group<1>,
Desc<"Display more information about the thread plans">;
def thread_plan_list_internal : Option<"internal", "i">, Group<1>,
Desc<"Display internal as well as user thread plans">;
}
let Command = "type summary add" in {
def type_summary_add_category : Option<"category", "w">, Arg<"Name">,
Desc<"Add this to the given category instead of the default one.">;
def type_summary_add_cascade : Option<"cascade", "C">, Arg<"Boolean">,
Desc<"If true, cascade through typedef chains.">;
def type_summary_add_no_value : Option<"no-value", "v">,
Desc<"Don't show the value, just show the summary, for this type.">;
def type_summary_add_skip_pointers : Option<"skip-pointers", "p">,
Desc<"Don't use this format for pointers-to-type objects.">;
def type_summary_add_skip_references : Option<"skip-references", "r">,
Desc<"Don't use this format for references-to-type objects.">;
def type_summary_add_regex : Option<"regex", "x">,
Desc<"Type names are actually regular expressions.">;
def type_summary_add_inline_children : Option<"inline-children", "c">,
Group<1>, Required,
Desc<"If true, inline all child values into summary string.">;
def type_summary_add_omit_names : Option<"omit-names", "O">, Group<1>,
Desc<"If true, omit value names in the summary display.">;
def type_summary_add_summary_string : Option<"summary-string", "s">, Group<2>,
Arg<"SummaryString">, Required,
Desc<"Summary string used to display text and object contents.">;
def type_summary_add_python_script : Option<"python-script", "o">, Group<3>,
Arg<"PythonScript">,
Desc<"Give a one-liner Python script as part of the command.">;
def type_summary_add_python_function : Option<"python-function", "F">,
Group<3>, Arg<"PythonFunction">,
Desc<"Give the name of a Python function to use for this type.">;
def type_summary_add_input_python : Option<"input-python", "P">, Group<3>,
Desc<"Input Python code to use for this type manually.">;
def type_summary_add_expand : Option<"expand", "e">, Groups<[2,3]>,
Desc<"Expand aggregate data types to show children on separate lines.">;
def type_summary_add_hide_empty : Option<"hide-empty", "h">, Groups<[2,3]>,
Desc<"Do not expand aggregate data types with no children.">;
def type_summary_add_name : Option<"name", "n">, Groups<[2,3]>, Arg<"Name">,
Desc<"A name for this summary string.">;
}
let Command = "type synth add" in {
def type_synth_add_cascade : Option<"cascade", "C">, Arg<"Boolean">,
Desc<"If true, cascade through typedef chains.">;
def type_synth_add_skip_pointers : Option<"skip-pointers", "p">,
Desc<"Don't use this format for pointers-to-type objects.">;
def type_synth_add_skip_references : Option<"skip-references", "r">,
Desc<"Don't use this format for references-to-type objects.">;
def type_synth_add_category : Option<"category", "w">, Arg<"Name">,
Desc<"Add this to the given category instead of the default one.">;
def type_synth_add_python_class : Option<"python-class", "l">, Group<2>,
Arg<"PythonClass">,
Desc<"Use this Python class to produce synthetic children.">;
def type_synth_add_input_python : Option<"input-python", "P">, Group<3>,
Desc<"Type Python code to generate a class that provides synthetic "
"children.">;
def type_synth_add_regex : Option<"regex", "x">,
Desc<"Type names are actually regular expressions.">;
}
let Command = "type format add" in {
def type_format_add_category : Option<"category", "w">, Arg<"Name">,
Desc<"Add this to the given category instead of the default one.">;
def type_format_add_cascade : Option<"cascade", "C">, Arg<"Boolean">,
Desc<"If true, cascade through typedef chains.">;
def type_format_add_skip_pointers : Option<"skip-pointers", "p">,
Desc<"Don't use this format for pointers-to-type objects.">;
def type_format_add_skip_references : Option<"skip-references", "r">,
Desc<"Don't use this format for references-to-type objects.">;
def type_format_add_regex : Option<"regex", "x">,
Desc<"Type names are actually regular expressions.">;
def type_format_add_type : Option<"type", "t">, Group<2>, Arg<"Name">,
Desc<"Format variables as if they were of this type.">;
}
let Command = "type formatter delete" in {
def type_formatter_delete_all : Option<"all", "a">, Group<1>,
Desc<"Delete from every category.">;
def type_formatter_delete_category : Option<"category", "w">, Group<2>,
Arg<"Name">, Desc<"Delete from given category.">;
def type_formatter_delete_language : Option<"language", "l">, Group<3>,
Arg<"Language">, Desc<"Delete from given language's category.">;
}
let Command = "type formatter clear" in {
def type_formatter_clear_all : Option<"all", "a">,
Desc<"Clear every category.">;
}
let Command = "type formatter list" in {
def type_formatter_list_category_regex : Option<"category-regex", "w">,
Group<1>, Arg<"Name">, Desc<"Only show categories matching this filter.">;
def type_formatter_list_language : Option<"language", "l">, Group<2>,
Arg<"Language">, Desc<"Only show the category for a specific language.">;
}
let Command = "type category define" in {
def type_category_define_enabled : Option<"enabled", "e">,
Desc<"If specified, this category will be created enabled.">;
def type_category_define_language : Option<"language", "l">, Arg<"Language">,
Desc<"Specify the language that this category is supported for.">;
}
let Command = "type category enable" in {
def type_category_enable_language : Option<"language", "l">, Arg<"Language">,
Desc<"Enable the category for this language.">;
}
let Command = "type category disable" in {
def type_category_disable_language : Option<"language", "l">, Arg<"Language">,
Desc<"Enable the category for this language.">;
}
let Command = "type filter add" in {
def type_filter_add_cascade : Option<"cascade", "C">, Arg<"Boolean">,
Desc<"If true, cascade through typedef chains.">;
def type_filter_add_skip_pointers : Option<"skip-pointers", "p">,
Desc<"Don't use this format for pointers-to-type objects.">;
def type_filter_add_skip_references : Option<"skip-references", "r">,
Desc<"Don't use this format for references-to-type objects.">;
def type_filter_add_category : Option<"category", "w">, Arg<"Name">,
Desc<"Add this to the given category instead of the default one.">;
def type_filter_add_child : Option<"child", "c">, Arg<"ExpressionPath">,
Desc<"Include this expression path in the synthetic view.">;
def type_filter_add_regex : Option<"regex", "x">,
Desc<"Type names are actually regular expressions.">;
}
let Command = "type lookup" in {
def type_lookup_show_help : Option<"show-help", "h">,
Desc<"Display available help for types">;
def type_lookup_language : Option<"language", "l">, Arg<"Language">,
Desc<"Which language's types should the search scope be">;
}
let Command = "watchpoint list" in {
def watchpoint_list_brief : Option<"brief", "b">, Group<1>, Desc<"Give a "
"brief description of the watchpoint (no location info).">;
def watchpoint_list_full : Option<"full", "f">, Group<2>, Desc<"Give a full "
"description of the watchpoint and its locations.">;
def watchpoint_list_verbose : Option<"verbose", "v">, Group<3>, Desc<"Explain"
"everything we know about the watchpoint (for debugging debugger bugs).">;
}
let Command = "watchpoint ignore" in {
def watchpoint_ignore_ignore_count : Option<"ignore-count", "i">,
Arg<"Count">, Required, Desc<"Set the number of times this watchpoint is"
" skipped before stopping.">;
}
let Command = "watchpoint modify" in {
def watchpoint_modify_condition : Option<"condition", "c">, Arg<"Expression">,
Desc<"The watchpoint stops only if this condition expression evaluates "
"to true.">;
}
let Command = "watchpoint command add" in {
def watchpoint_command_add_one_liner : Option<"one-liner", "o">, Group<1>,
Arg<"OneLiner">, Desc<"Specify a one-line watchpoint command inline. Be "
"sure to surround it with quotes.">;
def watchpoint_command_add_stop_on_error : Option<"stop-on-error", "e">,
Arg<"Boolean">, Desc<"Specify whether watchpoint command execution should "
"terminate on error.">;
def watchpoint_command_add_script_type : Option<"script-type", "s">,
EnumArg<"None", "ScriptOptionEnum()">, Desc<"Specify the language for the"
" commands - if none is specified, the lldb command interpreter will be "
"used.">;
def watchpoint_command_add_python_function : Option<"python-function", "F">,
Group<2>, Arg<"PythonFunction">, Desc<"Give the name of a Python function "
"to run as command for this watchpoint. Be sure to give a module name if "
"appropriate.">;
}