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Use lldb Python SBTarget API to iterate on the watchpoint(s) for the target.
from __future__ import print_function
import lldb
from lldbsuite.test.decorators import *
from lldbsuite.test.lldbtest import *
from lldbsuite.test import lldbutil
class WatchpointIteratorTestCase(TestBase):
mydir = TestBase.compute_mydir(__file__)
# hardware watchpoints are not reported with a hardware index # on armv7 on ios devices
def affected_by_radar_34564183(self):
return (self.getArchitecture() in ['armv7', 'armv7k', 'arm64_32']) and self.platformIsDarwin()
def setUp(self):
# Call super's setUp().
# Our simple source filename.
self.source = 'main.c'
# Find the line number to break inside main().
self.line = line_number(
self.source, '// Set break point at this line.')
def test_watch_iter(self):
"""Exercise SBTarget.watchpoint_iter() API to iterate on the available watchpoints."""
exe = self.getBuildArtifact("a.out")
# Create a target by the debugger.
target = self.dbg.CreateTarget(exe)
self.assertTrue(target, VALID_TARGET)
# Create a breakpoint on main.c in order to set our watchpoint later.
breakpoint = target.BreakpointCreateByLocation(self.source, self.line)
self.assertTrue(breakpoint and
breakpoint.GetNumLocations() == 1,
# Now launch the process, and do not stop at the entry point.
process = target.LaunchSimple(
None, None, self.get_process_working_directory())
# We should be stopped due to the breakpoint. Get frame #0.
process = target.GetProcess()
self.assertTrue(process.GetState() == lldb.eStateStopped,
thread = lldbutil.get_stopped_thread(
process, lldb.eStopReasonBreakpoint)
frame0 = thread.GetFrameAtIndex(0)
# Watch 'global' for read and write.
value = frame0.FindValue('global', lldb.eValueTypeVariableGlobal)
error = lldb.SBError()
watchpoint = value.Watch(True, False, True, error)
self.assertTrue(value and watchpoint,
"Successfully found the variable and set a watchpoint")
# Hide stdout if not running with '-t' option.
if not self.TraceOn():
# There should be only 1 watchpoint location under the target.
self.assertTrue(target.GetNumWatchpoints() == 1)
watch_id = watchpoint.GetID()
self.assertTrue(watch_id != 0)
# Continue. Expect the program to stop due to the variable being
# written to.
# Hide stdout if not running with '-t' option.
if not self.TraceOn():
# Print the stack traces.
thread = lldbutil.get_stopped_thread(
process, lldb.eStopReasonWatchpoint)
self.assertTrue(thread, "The thread stopped due to watchpoint")
# We currently only support hardware watchpoint. Verify that we have a
# meaningful hardware index at this point. Exercise the printed repr of
# SBWatchpointLocation.
if not self.affected_by_radar_34564183():
self.assertTrue(watchpoint.GetHardwareIndex() != -1)
# SBWatchpoint.GetDescription() takes a description level arg.
print(lldbutil.get_description(watchpoint, lldb.eDescriptionLevelFull))
# Now disable the 'rw' watchpoint. The program won't stop when it reads
# 'global' next.
self.assertTrue(watchpoint.GetHardwareIndex() == -1)
# Continue. The program does not stop again when the variable is being
# read from because the watchpoint location has been disabled.
# At this point, the inferior process should have exited.
process.GetState() == lldb.eStateExited,
# Verify some vital statistics and exercise the iterator API.
for watchpoint in target.watchpoint_iter():
self.assertTrue(watchpoint.GetWatchSize() == 4)
self.assertTrue(watchpoint.GetHitCount() == 1)