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/* Read dbx symbol tables and convert to internal format, for GDB.
Copyright (C) 1986-2004, 2008-2012 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
This file is part of GDB.
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
the Free Software Foundation; either version 3 of the License, or
(at your option) any later version.
This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
GNU General Public License for more details.
You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
along with this program. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>. */
/* This module provides three functions: dbx_symfile_init,
which initializes to read a symbol file; dbx_new_init, which
discards existing cached information when all symbols are being
discarded; and dbx_symfile_read, which reads a symbol table
from a file.
dbx_symfile_read only does the minimum work necessary for letting the
user "name" things symbolically; it does not read the entire symtab.
Instead, it reads the external and static symbols and puts them in partial
symbol tables. When more extensive information is requested of a
file, the corresponding partial symbol table is mutated into a full
fledged symbol table by going back and reading the symbols
for real. dbx_psymtab_to_symtab() is the function that does this */
#include "defs.h"
#include "gdb_string.h"
#if defined(__CYGNUSCLIB__)
#include <sys/types.h>
#include <fcntl.h>
#endif
#include "gdb_obstack.h"
#include "gdb_stat.h"
#include "symtab.h"
#include "breakpoint.h"
#include "target.h"
#include "gdbcore.h" /* for bfd stuff */
#include "libaout.h" /* FIXME Secret internal BFD stuff for a.out */
#include "filenames.h"
#include "objfiles.h"
#include "buildsym.h"
#include "stabsread.h"
#include "gdb-stabs.h"
#include "demangle.h"
#include "complaints.h"
#include "cp-abi.h"
#include "cp-support.h"
#include "psympriv.h"
#include "gdb_assert.h"
#include "gdb_string.h"
#include "aout/aout64.h"
#include "aout/stab_gnu.h" /* We always use GNU stabs, not
native, now. */
/* We put a pointer to this structure in the read_symtab_private field
of the psymtab. */
struct symloc
{
/* Offset within the file symbol table of first local symbol for this
file. */
int ldsymoff;
/* Length (in bytes) of the section of the symbol table devoted to
this file's symbols (actually, the section bracketed may contain
more than just this file's symbols). If ldsymlen is 0, the only
reason for this thing's existence is the dependency list. Nothing
else will happen when it is read in. */
int ldsymlen;
/* The size of each symbol in the symbol file (in external form). */
int symbol_size;
/* Further information needed to locate the symbols if they are in
an ELF file. */
int symbol_offset;
int string_offset;
int file_string_offset;
};
#define LDSYMOFF(p) (((struct symloc *)((p)->read_symtab_private))->ldsymoff)
#define LDSYMLEN(p) (((struct symloc *)((p)->read_symtab_private))->ldsymlen)
#define SYMLOC(p) ((struct symloc *)((p)->read_symtab_private))
#define SYMBOL_SIZE(p) (SYMLOC(p)->symbol_size)
#define SYMBOL_OFFSET(p) (SYMLOC(p)->symbol_offset)
#define STRING_OFFSET(p) (SYMLOC(p)->string_offset)
#define FILE_STRING_OFFSET(p) (SYMLOC(p)->file_string_offset)
/* The objfile we are currently reading. */
static struct objfile *dbxread_objfile;
/* Remember what we deduced to be the source language of this psymtab. */
static enum language psymtab_language = language_unknown;
/* The BFD for this file -- implicit parameter to next_symbol_text. */
static bfd *symfile_bfd;
/* The size of each symbol in the symbol file (in external form).
This is set by dbx_symfile_read when building psymtabs, and by
dbx_psymtab_to_symtab when building symtabs. */
static unsigned symbol_size;
/* This is the offset of the symbol table in the executable file. */
static unsigned symbol_table_offset;
/* This is the offset of the string table in the executable file. */
static unsigned string_table_offset;
/* For elf+stab executables, the n_strx field is not a simple index
into the string table. Instead, each .o file has a base offset in
the string table, and the associated symbols contain offsets from
this base. The following two variables contain the base offset for
the current and next .o files. */
static unsigned int file_string_table_offset;
static unsigned int next_file_string_table_offset;
/* .o and NLM files contain unrelocated addresses which are based at
0. When non-zero, this flag disables some of the special cases for
Solaris elf+stab text addresses at location 0. */
static int symfile_relocatable = 0;
/* If this is nonzero, N_LBRAC, N_RBRAC, and N_SLINE entries are
relative to the function start address. */
static int block_address_function_relative = 0;
/* The lowest text address we have yet encountered. This is needed
because in an a.out file, there is no header field which tells us
what address the program is actually going to be loaded at, so we
need to make guesses based on the symbols (which *are* relocated to
reflect the address it will be loaded at). */
static CORE_ADDR lowest_text_address;
/* Non-zero if there is any line number info in the objfile. Prevents
end_psymtab from discarding an otherwise empty psymtab. */
static int has_line_numbers;
/* Complaints about the symbols we have encountered. */
static void
unknown_symtype_complaint (const char *arg1)
{
complaint (&symfile_complaints, _("unknown symbol type %s"), arg1);
}
static void
lbrac_mismatch_complaint (int arg1)
{
complaint (&symfile_complaints,
_("N_LBRAC/N_RBRAC symbol mismatch at symtab pos %d"), arg1);
}
static void
repeated_header_complaint (const char *arg1, int arg2)
{
complaint (&symfile_complaints,
_("\"repeated\" header file %s not "
"previously seen, at symtab pos %d"),
arg1, arg2);
}
/* find_text_range --- find start and end of loadable code sections
The find_text_range function finds the shortest address range that
encloses all sections containing executable code, and stores it in
objfile's text_addr and text_size members.
dbx_symfile_read will use this to finish off the partial symbol
table, in some cases. */
static void
find_text_range (bfd * sym_bfd, struct objfile *objfile)
{
asection *sec;
int found_any = 0;
CORE_ADDR start = 0;
CORE_ADDR end = 0;
for (sec = sym_bfd->sections; sec; sec = sec->next)
if (bfd_get_section_flags (sym_bfd, sec) & SEC_CODE)
{
CORE_ADDR sec_start = bfd_section_vma (sym_bfd, sec);
CORE_ADDR sec_end = sec_start + bfd_section_size (sym_bfd, sec);
if (found_any)
{
if (sec_start < start)
start = sec_start;
if (sec_end > end)
end = sec_end;
}
else
{
start = sec_start;
end = sec_end;
}
found_any = 1;
}
if (!found_any)
error (_("Can't find any code sections in symbol file"));
DBX_TEXT_ADDR (objfile) = start;
DBX_TEXT_SIZE (objfile) = end - start;
}
/* During initial symbol readin, we need to have a structure to keep
track of which psymtabs have which bincls in them. This structure
is used during readin to setup the list of dependencies within each
partial symbol table. */
struct header_file_location
{
char *name; /* Name of header file */
int instance; /* See above */
struct partial_symtab *pst; /* Partial symtab that has the
BINCL/EINCL defs for this file. */
};
/* The actual list and controling variables. */
static struct header_file_location *bincl_list, *next_bincl;
static int bincls_allocated;
/* Local function prototypes. */
extern void _initialize_dbxread (void);
static void read_ofile_symtab (struct partial_symtab *);
static void dbx_psymtab_to_symtab (struct partial_symtab *);
static void dbx_psymtab_to_symtab_1 (struct partial_symtab *);
static void read_dbx_dynamic_symtab (struct objfile *objfile);
static void read_dbx_symtab (struct objfile *);
static void free_bincl_list (struct objfile *);
static struct partial_symtab *find_corresponding_bincl_psymtab (char *, int);
static void add_bincl_to_list (struct partial_symtab *, char *, int);
static void init_bincl_list (int, struct objfile *);
static char *dbx_next_symbol_text (struct objfile *);
static void fill_symbuf (bfd *);
static void dbx_symfile_init (struct objfile *);
static void dbx_new_init (struct objfile *);
static void dbx_symfile_read (struct objfile *, int);
static void dbx_symfile_finish (struct objfile *);
static void record_minimal_symbol (char *, CORE_ADDR, int, struct objfile *);
static void add_new_header_file (char *, int);
static void add_old_header_file (char *, int);
static void add_this_object_header_file (int);
static struct partial_symtab *start_psymtab (struct objfile *, char *,
CORE_ADDR, int,
struct partial_symbol **,
struct partial_symbol **);
/* Free up old header file tables. */
void
free_header_files (void)
{
if (this_object_header_files)
{
xfree (this_object_header_files);
this_object_header_files = NULL;
}
n_allocated_this_object_header_files = 0;
}
/* Allocate new header file tables. */
void
init_header_files (void)
{
n_allocated_this_object_header_files = 10;
this_object_header_files = (int *) xmalloc (10 * sizeof (int));
}
/* Add header file number I for this object file
at the next successive FILENUM. */
static void
add_this_object_header_file (int i)
{
if (n_this_object_header_files == n_allocated_this_object_header_files)
{
n_allocated_this_object_header_files *= 2;
this_object_header_files
= (int *) xrealloc ((char *) this_object_header_files,
n_allocated_this_object_header_files * sizeof (int));
}
this_object_header_files[n_this_object_header_files++] = i;
}
/* Add to this file an "old" header file, one already seen in
a previous object file. NAME is the header file's name.
INSTANCE is its instance code, to select among multiple
symbol tables for the same header file. */
static void
add_old_header_file (char *name, int instance)
{
struct header_file *p = HEADER_FILES (dbxread_objfile);
int i;
for (i = 0; i < N_HEADER_FILES (dbxread_objfile); i++)
if (filename_cmp (p[i].name, name) == 0 && instance == p[i].instance)
{
add_this_object_header_file (i);
return;
}
repeated_header_complaint (name, symnum);
}
/* Add to this file a "new" header file: definitions for its types follow.
NAME is the header file's name.
Most often this happens only once for each distinct header file,
but not necessarily. If it happens more than once, INSTANCE has
a different value each time, and references to the header file
use INSTANCE values to select among them.
dbx output contains "begin" and "end" markers for each new header file,
but at this level we just need to know which files there have been;
so we record the file when its "begin" is seen and ignore the "end". */
static void
add_new_header_file (char *name, int instance)
{
int i;
struct header_file *hfile;
/* Make sure there is room for one more header file. */
i = N_ALLOCATED_HEADER_FILES (dbxread_objfile);
if (N_HEADER_FILES (dbxread_objfile) == i)
{
if (i == 0)
{
N_ALLOCATED_HEADER_FILES (dbxread_objfile) = 10;
HEADER_FILES (dbxread_objfile) = (struct header_file *)
xmalloc (10 * sizeof (struct header_file));
}
else
{
i *= 2;
N_ALLOCATED_HEADER_FILES (dbxread_objfile) = i;
HEADER_FILES (dbxread_objfile) = (struct header_file *)
xrealloc ((char *) HEADER_FILES (dbxread_objfile),
(i * sizeof (struct header_file)));
}
}
/* Create an entry for this header file. */
i = N_HEADER_FILES (dbxread_objfile)++;
hfile = HEADER_FILES (dbxread_objfile) + i;
hfile->name = xstrdup (name);
hfile->instance = instance;
hfile->length = 10;
hfile->vector
= (struct type **) xmalloc (10 * sizeof (struct type *));
memset (hfile->vector, 0, 10 * sizeof (struct type *));
add_this_object_header_file (i);
}
#if 0
static struct type **
explicit_lookup_type (int real_filenum, int index)
{
struct header_file *f = &HEADER_FILES (dbxread_objfile)[real_filenum];
if (index >= f->length)
{
f->length *= 2;
f->vector = (struct type **)
xrealloc (f->vector, f->length * sizeof (struct type *));
memset (&f->vector[f->length / 2],
'\0', f->length * sizeof (struct type *) / 2);
}
return &f->vector[index];
}
#endif
static void
record_minimal_symbol (char *name, CORE_ADDR address, int type,
struct objfile *objfile)
{
enum minimal_symbol_type ms_type;
int section;
asection *bfd_section;
switch (type)
{
case N_TEXT | N_EXT:
ms_type = mst_text;
section = SECT_OFF_TEXT (objfile);
bfd_section = DBX_TEXT_SECTION (objfile);
break;
case N_DATA | N_EXT:
ms_type = mst_data;
section = SECT_OFF_DATA (objfile);
bfd_section = DBX_DATA_SECTION (objfile);
break;
case N_BSS | N_EXT:
ms_type = mst_bss;
section = SECT_OFF_BSS (objfile);
bfd_section = DBX_BSS_SECTION (objfile);
break;
case N_ABS | N_EXT:
ms_type = mst_abs;
section = -1;
bfd_section = NULL;
break;
#ifdef N_SETV
case N_SETV | N_EXT:
ms_type = mst_data;
section = SECT_OFF_DATA (objfile);
bfd_section = DBX_DATA_SECTION (objfile);
break;
case N_SETV:
/* I don't think this type actually exists; since a N_SETV is the result
of going over many .o files, it doesn't make sense to have one
file local. */
ms_type = mst_file_data;
section = SECT_OFF_DATA (objfile);
bfd_section = DBX_DATA_SECTION (objfile);
break;
#endif
case N_TEXT:
case N_NBTEXT:
case N_FN:
case N_FN_SEQ:
ms_type = mst_file_text;
section = SECT_OFF_TEXT (objfile);
bfd_section = DBX_TEXT_SECTION (objfile);
break;
case N_DATA:
ms_type = mst_file_data;
/* Check for __DYNAMIC, which is used by Sun shared libraries.
Record it as global even if it's local, not global, so
lookup_minimal_symbol can find it. We don't check symbol_leading_char
because for SunOS4 it always is '_'. */
if (name[8] == 'C' && strcmp ("__DYNAMIC", name) == 0)
ms_type = mst_data;
/* Same with virtual function tables, both global and static. */
{
char *tempstring = name;
if (tempstring[0] == bfd_get_symbol_leading_char (objfile->obfd))
++tempstring;
if (is_vtable_name (tempstring))
ms_type = mst_data;
}
section = SECT_OFF_DATA (objfile);
bfd_section = DBX_DATA_SECTION (objfile);
break;
case N_BSS:
ms_type = mst_file_bss;
section = SECT_OFF_BSS (objfile);
bfd_section = DBX_BSS_SECTION (objfile);
break;
default:
ms_type = mst_unknown;
section = -1;
bfd_section = NULL;
break;
}
if ((ms_type == mst_file_text || ms_type == mst_text)
&& address < lowest_text_address)
lowest_text_address = address;
prim_record_minimal_symbol_and_info
(name, address, ms_type, section, bfd_section, objfile);
}
/* Scan and build partial symbols for a symbol file.
We have been initialized by a call to dbx_symfile_init, which
put all the relevant info into a "struct dbx_symfile_info",
hung off the objfile structure. */
static void
dbx_symfile_read (struct objfile *objfile, int symfile_flags)
{
bfd *sym_bfd;
int val;
struct cleanup *back_to;
sym_bfd = objfile->obfd;
/* .o and .nlm files are relocatables with text, data and bss segs based at
0. This flag disables special (Solaris stabs-in-elf only) fixups for
symbols with a value of 0. */
symfile_relocatable = bfd_get_file_flags (sym_bfd) & HAS_RELOC;
/* This is true for Solaris (and all other systems which put stabs
in sections, hopefully, since it would be silly to do things
differently from Solaris), and false for SunOS4 and other a.out
file formats. */
block_address_function_relative =
((0 == strncmp (bfd_get_target (sym_bfd), "elf", 3))
|| (0 == strncmp (bfd_get_target (sym_bfd), "som", 3))
|| (0 == strncmp (bfd_get_target (sym_bfd), "coff", 4))
|| (0 == strncmp (bfd_get_target (sym_bfd), "pe", 2))
|| (0 == strncmp (bfd_get_target (sym_bfd), "epoc-pe", 7))
|| (0 == strncmp (bfd_get_target (sym_bfd), "nlm", 3)));
val = bfd_seek (sym_bfd, DBX_SYMTAB_OFFSET (objfile), SEEK_SET);
if (val < 0)
perror_with_name (objfile->name);
/* Size the symbol table. */
if (objfile->global_psymbols.size == 0 && objfile->static_psymbols.size == 0)
init_psymbol_list (objfile, DBX_SYMCOUNT (objfile));
symbol_size = DBX_SYMBOL_SIZE (objfile);
symbol_table_offset = DBX_SYMTAB_OFFSET (objfile);
free_pending_blocks ();
back_to = make_cleanup (really_free_pendings, 0);
init_minimal_symbol_collection ();
make_cleanup_discard_minimal_symbols ();
/* Read stabs data from executable file and define symbols. */
read_dbx_symtab (objfile);
/* Add the dynamic symbols. */
read_dbx_dynamic_symtab (objfile);
/* Install any minimal symbols that have been collected as the current
minimal symbols for this objfile. */
install_minimal_symbols (objfile);
do_cleanups (back_to);
}
/* Initialize anything that needs initializing when a completely new
symbol file is specified (not just adding some symbols from another
file, e.g. a shared library). */
static void
dbx_new_init (struct objfile *ignore)
{
stabsread_new_init ();
buildsym_new_init ();
init_header_files ();
}
/* dbx_symfile_init ()
is the dbx-specific initialization routine for reading symbols.
It is passed a struct objfile which contains, among other things,
the BFD for the file whose symbols are being read, and a slot for a pointer
to "private data" which we fill with goodies.
We read the string table into malloc'd space and stash a pointer to it.
Since BFD doesn't know how to read debug symbols in a format-independent
way (and may never do so...), we have to do it ourselves. We will never
be called unless this is an a.out (or very similar) file.
FIXME, there should be a cleaner peephole into the BFD environment here. */
#define DBX_STRINGTAB_SIZE_SIZE sizeof(long) /* FIXME */
static void
dbx_symfile_init (struct objfile *objfile)
{
int val;
bfd *sym_bfd = objfile->obfd;
char *name = bfd_get_filename (sym_bfd);
asection *text_sect;
unsigned char size_temp[DBX_STRINGTAB_SIZE_SIZE];
/* Allocate struct to keep track of the symfile. */
objfile->deprecated_sym_stab_info = (struct dbx_symfile_info *)
xmalloc (sizeof (struct dbx_symfile_info));
memset (objfile->deprecated_sym_stab_info, 0,
sizeof (struct dbx_symfile_info));
DBX_TEXT_SECTION (objfile) = bfd_get_section_by_name (sym_bfd, ".text");
DBX_DATA_SECTION (objfile) = bfd_get_section_by_name (sym_bfd, ".data");
DBX_BSS_SECTION (objfile) = bfd_get_section_by_name (sym_bfd, ".bss");
/* FIXME POKING INSIDE BFD DATA STRUCTURES. */
#define STRING_TABLE_OFFSET (sym_bfd->origin + obj_str_filepos (sym_bfd))
#define SYMBOL_TABLE_OFFSET (sym_bfd->origin + obj_sym_filepos (sym_bfd))
/* FIXME POKING INSIDE BFD DATA STRUCTURES. */
DBX_SYMFILE_INFO (objfile)->stab_section_info = NULL;
text_sect = bfd_get_section_by_name (sym_bfd, ".text");
if (!text_sect)
error (_("Can't find .text section in symbol file"));
DBX_TEXT_ADDR (objfile) = bfd_section_vma (sym_bfd, text_sect);
DBX_TEXT_SIZE (objfile) = bfd_section_size (sym_bfd, text_sect);
DBX_SYMBOL_SIZE (objfile) = obj_symbol_entry_size (sym_bfd);
DBX_SYMCOUNT (objfile) = bfd_get_symcount (sym_bfd);
DBX_SYMTAB_OFFSET (objfile) = SYMBOL_TABLE_OFFSET;
/* Read the string table and stash it away in the objfile_obstack.
When we blow away the objfile the string table goes away as well.
Note that gdb used to use the results of attempting to malloc the
string table, based on the size it read, as a form of sanity check
for botched byte swapping, on the theory that a byte swapped string
table size would be so totally bogus that the malloc would fail. Now
that we put in on the objfile_obstack, we can't do this since gdb gets
a fatal error (out of virtual memory) if the size is bogus. We can
however at least check to see if the size is less than the size of
the size field itself, or larger than the size of the entire file.
Note that all valid string tables have a size greater than zero, since
the bytes used to hold the size are included in the count. */
if (STRING_TABLE_OFFSET == 0)
{
/* It appears that with the existing bfd code, STRING_TABLE_OFFSET
will never be zero, even when there is no string table. This
would appear to be a bug in bfd. */
DBX_STRINGTAB_SIZE (objfile) = 0;
DBX_STRINGTAB (objfile) = NULL;
}
else
{
val = bfd_seek (sym_bfd, STRING_TABLE_OFFSET, SEEK_SET);
if (val < 0)
perror_with_name (name);
memset (size_temp, 0, sizeof (size_temp));
val = bfd_bread (size_temp, sizeof (size_temp), sym_bfd);
if (val < 0)
{
perror_with_name (name);
}
else if (val == 0)
{
/* With the existing bfd code, STRING_TABLE_OFFSET will be set to
EOF if there is no string table, and attempting to read the size
from EOF will read zero bytes. */
DBX_STRINGTAB_SIZE (objfile) = 0;
DBX_STRINGTAB (objfile) = NULL;
}
else
{
/* Read some data that would appear to be the string table size.
If there really is a string table, then it is probably the right
size. Byteswap if necessary and validate the size. Note that
the minimum is DBX_STRINGTAB_SIZE_SIZE. If we just read some
random data that happened to be at STRING_TABLE_OFFSET, because
bfd can't tell us there is no string table, the sanity checks may
or may not catch this. */
DBX_STRINGTAB_SIZE (objfile) = bfd_h_get_32 (sym_bfd, size_temp);
if (DBX_STRINGTAB_SIZE (objfile) < sizeof (size_temp)
|| DBX_STRINGTAB_SIZE (objfile) > bfd_get_size (sym_bfd))
error (_("ridiculous string table size (%d bytes)."),
DBX_STRINGTAB_SIZE (objfile));
DBX_STRINGTAB (objfile) =
(char *) obstack_alloc (&objfile->objfile_obstack,
DBX_STRINGTAB_SIZE (objfile));
OBJSTAT (objfile, sz_strtab += DBX_STRINGTAB_SIZE (objfile));
/* Now read in the string table in one big gulp. */
val = bfd_seek (sym_bfd, STRING_TABLE_OFFSET, SEEK_SET);
if (val < 0)
perror_with_name (name);
val = bfd_bread (DBX_STRINGTAB (objfile),
DBX_STRINGTAB_SIZE (objfile),
sym_bfd);
if (val != DBX_STRINGTAB_SIZE (objfile))
perror_with_name (name);
}
}
}
/* Perform any local cleanups required when we are done with a particular
objfile. I.E, we are in the process of discarding all symbol information
for an objfile, freeing up all memory held for it, and unlinking the
objfile struct from the global list of known objfiles. */
static void
dbx_symfile_finish (struct objfile *objfile)
{
if (objfile->deprecated_sym_stab_info != NULL)
{
if (HEADER_FILES (objfile) != NULL)
{
int i = N_HEADER_FILES (objfile);
struct header_file *hfiles = HEADER_FILES (objfile);
while (--i >= 0)
{
xfree (hfiles[i].name);
xfree (hfiles[i].vector);
}
xfree (hfiles);
}
xfree (objfile->deprecated_sym_stab_info);
}
free_header_files ();
}
/* Buffer for reading the symbol table entries. */
static struct external_nlist symbuf[4096];
static int symbuf_idx;
static int symbuf_end;
/* Name of last function encountered. Used in Solaris to approximate
object file boundaries. */
static char *last_function_name;
/* The address in memory of the string table of the object file we are
reading (which might not be the "main" object file, but might be a
shared library or some other dynamically loaded thing). This is
set by read_dbx_symtab when building psymtabs, and by
read_ofile_symtab when building symtabs, and is used only by
next_symbol_text. FIXME: If that is true, we don't need it when
building psymtabs, right? */
static char *stringtab_global;
/* These variables are used to control fill_symbuf when the stabs
symbols are not contiguous (as may be the case when a COFF file is
linked using --split-by-reloc). */
static struct stab_section_list *symbuf_sections;
static unsigned int symbuf_left;
static unsigned int symbuf_read;
/* This variable stores a global stabs buffer, if we read stabs into
memory in one chunk in order to process relocations. */
static bfd_byte *stabs_data;
/* Refill the symbol table input buffer
and set the variables that control fetching entries from it.
Reports an error if no data available.
This function can read past the end of the symbol table
(into the string table) but this does no harm. */
static void
fill_symbuf (bfd *sym_bfd)
{
unsigned int count;
int nbytes;
if (stabs_data)
{
nbytes = sizeof (symbuf);
if (nbytes > symbuf_left)
nbytes = symbuf_left;
memcpy (symbuf, stabs_data + symbuf_read, nbytes);
}
else if (symbuf_sections == NULL)
{
count = sizeof (symbuf);
nbytes = bfd_bread (symbuf, count, sym_bfd);
}
else
{
if (symbuf_left <= 0)
{
file_ptr filepos = symbuf_sections->section->filepos;
if (bfd_seek (sym_bfd, filepos, SEEK_SET) != 0)
perror_with_name (bfd_get_filename (sym_bfd));
symbuf_left = bfd_section_size (sym_bfd, symbuf_sections->section);
symbol_table_offset = filepos - symbuf_read;
symbuf_sections = symbuf_sections->next;
}
count = symbuf_left;
if (count > sizeof (symbuf))
count = sizeof (symbuf);
nbytes = bfd_bread (symbuf, count, sym_bfd);
}
if (nbytes < 0)
perror_with_name (bfd_get_filename (sym_bfd));
else if (nbytes == 0)
error (_("Premature end of file reading symbol table"));
symbuf_end = nbytes / symbol_size;
symbuf_idx = 0;
symbuf_left -= nbytes;
symbuf_read += nbytes;
}
static void
stabs_seek (int sym_offset)
{
if (stabs_data)
{
symbuf_read += sym_offset;
symbuf_left -= sym_offset;
}
else
bfd_seek (symfile_bfd, sym_offset, SEEK_CUR);
}
#define INTERNALIZE_SYMBOL(intern, extern, abfd) \
{ \
(intern).n_strx = bfd_h_get_32 (abfd, (extern)->e_strx); \
(intern).n_type = bfd_h_get_8 (abfd, (extern)->e_type); \
(intern).n_other = 0; \
(intern).n_desc = bfd_h_get_16 (abfd, (extern)->e_desc); \
if (bfd_get_sign_extend_vma (abfd)) \
(intern).n_value = bfd_h_get_signed_32 (abfd, (extern)->e_value); \
else \
(intern).n_value = bfd_h_get_32 (abfd, (extern)->e_value); \
}
/* Invariant: The symbol pointed to by symbuf_idx is the first one
that hasn't been swapped. Swap the symbol at the same time
that symbuf_idx is incremented. */
/* dbx allows the text of a symbol name to be continued into the
next symbol name! When such a continuation is encountered
(a \ at the end of the text of a name)
call this function to get the continuation. */
static char *
dbx_next_symbol_text (struct objfile *objfile)
{
struct internal_nlist nlist;
if (symbuf_idx == symbuf_end)
fill_symbuf (symfile_bfd);
symnum++;
INTERNALIZE_SYMBOL (nlist, &symbuf[symbuf_idx], symfile_bfd);
OBJSTAT (objfile, n_stabs++);
symbuf_idx++;
return nlist.n_strx + stringtab_global + file_string_table_offset;
}
/* Initialize the list of bincls to contain none and have some
allocated. */
static void
init_bincl_list (int number, struct objfile *objfile)
{
bincls_allocated = number;
next_bincl = bincl_list = (struct header_file_location *)
xmalloc (bincls_allocated * sizeof (struct header_file_location));
}
/* Add a bincl to the list. */
static void
add_bincl_to_list (struct partial_symtab *pst, char *name, int instance)
{
if (next_bincl >= bincl_list + bincls_allocated)
{
int offset = next_bincl - bincl_list;
bincls_allocated *= 2;
bincl_list = (struct header_file_location *)
xrealloc ((char *) bincl_list,
bincls_allocated * sizeof (struct header_file_location));
next_bincl = bincl_list + offset;
}
next_bincl->pst = pst;
next_bincl->instance = instance;
next_bincl++->name = name;
}
/* Given a name, value pair, find the corresponding
bincl in the list. Return the partial symtab associated
with that header_file_location. */
static struct partial_symtab *
find_corresponding_bincl_psymtab (char *name, int instance)
{
struct header_file_location *bincl;
for (bincl = bincl_list; bincl < next_bincl; bincl++)
if (bincl->instance == instance
&& strcmp (name, bincl->name) == 0)
return bincl->pst;
repeated_header_complaint (name, symnum);
return (struct partial_symtab *) 0;
}
/* Free the storage allocated for the bincl list. */
static void
free_bincl_list (struct objfile *objfile)
{
xfree (bincl_list);
bincls_allocated = 0;
}
static void
do_free_bincl_list_cleanup (void *objfile)
{
free_bincl_list (objfile);
}
static struct cleanup *
make_cleanup_free_bincl_list (struct objfile *objfile)
{
return make_cleanup (do_free_bincl_list_cleanup, objfile);
}
/* Set namestring based on nlist. If the string table index is invalid,
give a fake name, and print a single error message per symbol file read,
rather than abort the symbol reading or flood the user with messages. */
static char *
set_namestring (struct objfile *objfile, const struct internal_nlist *nlist)
{
char *namestring;
if (nlist->n_strx + file_string_table_offset
>= DBX_STRINGTAB_SIZE (objfile)
|| nlist->n_strx + file_string_table_offset < nlist->n_strx)
{
complaint (&symfile_complaints,
_("bad string table offset in symbol %d"),
symnum);
namestring = "<bad string table offset>";
}
else
namestring = (nlist->n_strx + file_string_table_offset
+ DBX_STRINGTAB (objfile));
return namestring;
}
/* Scan a SunOs dynamic symbol table for symbols of interest and
add them to the minimal symbol table. */
static void
read_dbx_dynamic_symtab (struct objfile *objfile)
{
bfd *abfd = objfile->obfd;
struct cleanup *back_to;
int counter;
long dynsym_size;
long dynsym_count;
asymbol **dynsyms;
asymbol **symptr;
arelent **relptr;
long dynrel_size;
long dynrel_count;
arelent **dynrels;
CORE_ADDR sym_value;
char *name;
/* Check that the symbol file has dynamic symbols that we know about.
bfd_arch_unknown can happen if we are reading a sun3 symbol file
on a sun4 host (and vice versa) and bfd is not configured
--with-target=all. This would trigger an assertion in bfd/sunos.c,
so we ignore the dynamic symbols in this case. */
if (bfd_get_flavour (abfd) != bfd_target_aout_flavour
|| (bfd_get_file_flags (abfd) & DYNAMIC) == 0
|| bfd_get_arch (abfd) == bfd_arch_unknown)
return;
dynsym_size = bfd_get_dynamic_symtab_upper_bound (abfd);
if (dynsym_size < 0)
return;
dynsyms = (asymbol **) xmalloc (dynsym_size);
back_to = make_cleanup (xfree, dynsyms);
dynsym_count = bfd_canonicalize_dynamic_symtab (abfd, dynsyms);
if (dynsym_count < 0)
{
do_cleanups (back_to);
return;
}
/* Enter dynamic symbols into the minimal symbol table
if this is a stripped executable. */
if (bfd_get_symcount (abfd) <= 0)
{
symptr = dynsyms;
for (counter = 0; counter < dynsym_count; counter++, symptr++)
{
asymbol *sym = *symptr;
asection *sec;
int type;
sec = bfd_get_section (sym);
/* BFD symbols are section relative. */
sym_value = sym->value + sec->vma;
if (bfd_get_section_flags (abfd, sec) & SEC_CODE)
{
sym_value += ANOFFSET (objfile->section_offsets,
SECT_OFF_TEXT (objfile));
type = N_TEXT;
}
else if (bfd_get_section_flags (abfd, sec) & SEC_DATA)
{
sym_value += ANOFFSET (objfile->section_offsets,
SECT_OFF_DATA (objfile));
type = N_DATA;
}
else if (bfd_get_section_flags (abfd, sec) & SEC_ALLOC)
{
sym_value += ANOFFSET (objfile->section_offsets,
SECT_OFF_BSS (objfile));
type = N_BSS;
}
else
continue;
if (sym->flags & BSF_GLOBAL)
type |= N_EXT;
record_minimal_symbol ((char *) bfd_asymbol_name (sym), sym_value,
type, objfile);
}
}
/* Symbols from shared libraries have a dynamic relocation entry
that points to the associated slot in the procedure linkage table.
We make a mininal symbol table entry with type mst_solib_trampoline
at the address in the procedure linkage table. */
dynrel_size = bfd_get_dynamic_reloc_upper_bound (abfd);
if (dynrel_size < 0)
{
do_cleanups (back_to);
return;
}
dynrels = (arelent **) xmalloc (dynrel_size);
make_cleanup (xfree, dynrels);
dynrel_count = bfd_canonicalize_dynamic_reloc (abfd, dynrels, dynsyms);
if (dynrel_count < 0)
{
do_cleanups (back_to);
return;
}
for (counter = 0, relptr = dynrels;
counter < dynrel_count;
counter++, relptr++)
{
arelent *rel = *relptr;
CORE_ADDR address =
rel->address + ANOFFSET (objfile->section_offsets,
SECT_OFF_DATA (objfile));
switch (bfd_get_arch (abfd))
{
case bfd_arch_sparc:
if (rel->howto->type != RELOC_JMP_SLOT)
continue;
break;
case bfd_arch_m68k:
/* `16' is the type BFD produces for a jump table relocation. */
if (rel->howto->type != 16)
continue;
/* Adjust address in the jump table to point to
the start of the bsr instruction. */
address -= 2;
break;
default:
continue;
}
name = (char *) bfd_asymbol_name (*rel->sym_ptr_ptr);
prim_record_minimal_symbol (name, address, mst_solib_trampoline,
objfile);
}
do_cleanups (back_to);
}
static CORE_ADDR
find_stab_function_addr (char *namestring, const char *filename,
struct objfile *objfile)
{
struct minimal_symbol *msym;
char *p;
int n;
p = strchr (namestring, ':');
if (p == NULL)
p = namestring;
n = p - namestring;
p = alloca (n + 2);
strncpy (p, namestring, n);
p[n] = 0;
msym = lookup_minimal_symbol (p, filename, objfile);
if (msym == NULL)
{
/* Sun Fortran appends an underscore to the minimal symbol name,
try again with an appended underscore if the minimal symbol
was not found. */
p[n] = '_';
p[n + 1] = 0;
msym = lookup_minimal_symbol (p, filename, objfile);
}
if (msym == NULL && filename != NULL)
{
/* Try again without the filename. */
p[n] = 0;
msym = lookup_minimal_symbol (p, NULL, objfile);
}
if (msym == NULL && filename != NULL)
{
/* And try again for Sun Fortran, but without the filename. */
p[n] = '_';
p[n + 1] = 0;
msym = lookup_minimal_symbol (p, NULL, objfile);
}
return msym == NULL ? 0 : SYMBOL_VALUE_ADDRESS (msym);
}
static void
function_outside_compilation_unit_complaint (const char *arg1)
{
complaint (&symfile_complaints,
_("function `%s' appears to be defined "
"outside of all compilation units"),
arg1);
}
/* Setup partial_symtab's describing each source file for which
debugging information is available. */
static void
read_dbx_symtab (struct objfile *objfile)
{
struct gdbarch *gdbarch = get_objfile_arch (objfile);
struct external_nlist *bufp = 0; /* =0 avoids gcc -Wall glitch. */
struct internal_nlist nlist;
CORE_ADDR text_addr;
int text_size;
char *sym_name;
int sym_len;
char *namestring;
int nsl;
int past_first_source_file = 0;
CORE_ADDR last_o_file_start = 0;
CORE_ADDR last_function_start = 0;
struct cleanup *back_to;
bfd *abfd;
int textlow_not_set;
int data_sect_index;
/* Current partial symtab. */
struct partial_symtab *pst;
/* List of current psymtab's include files. */
const char **psymtab_include_list;
int includes_allocated;
int includes_used;
/* Index within current psymtab dependency list. */
struct partial_symtab **dependency_list;
int dependencies_used, dependencies_allocated;
text_addr = DBX_TEXT_ADDR (objfile);
text_size = DBX_TEXT_SIZE (objfile);
/* FIXME. We probably want to change stringtab_global rather than add this
while processing every symbol entry. FIXME. */
file_string_table_offset = 0;
next_file_string_table_offset = 0;
stringtab_global = DBX_STRINGTAB (objfile);
pst = (struct partial_symtab *) 0;
includes_allocated = 30;
includes_used = 0;
psymtab_include_list = (const char **) alloca (includes_allocated *
sizeof (const char *));
dependencies_allocated = 30;
dependencies_used = 0;
dependency_list =
(struct partial_symtab **) alloca (dependencies_allocated *
sizeof (struct partial_symtab *));
/* Init bincl list */
init_bincl_list (20, objfile);
back_to = make_cleanup_free_bincl_list (objfile);
last_source_file = NULL;
lowest_text_address = (CORE_ADDR) -1;
symfile_bfd = objfile->obfd; /* For next_text_symbol. */
abfd = objfile->obfd;
symbuf_end = symbuf_idx = 0;
next_symbol_text_func = dbx_next_symbol_text;
textlow_not_set = 1;
has_line_numbers = 0;
/* FIXME: jimb/2003-09-12: We don't apply the right section's offset
to global and static variables. The stab for a global or static
variable doesn't give us any indication of which section it's in,
so we can't tell immediately which offset in
objfile->section_offsets we should apply to the variable's
address.
We could certainly find out which section contains the variable
by looking up the variable's unrelocated address with
find_pc_section, but that would be expensive; this is the
function that constructs the partial symbol tables by examining
every symbol in the entire executable, and it's
performance-critical. So that expense would not be welcome. I'm
not sure what to do about this at the moment.
What we have done for years is to simply assume that the .data
section's offset is appropriate for all global and static
variables. Recently, this was expanded to fall back to the .bss
section's offset if there is no .data section, and then to the
.rodata section's offset. */
data_sect_index = objfile->sect_index_data;
if (data_sect_index == -1)
data_sect_index = SECT_OFF_BSS (objfile);
if (data_sect_index == -1)
data_sect_index = SECT_OFF_RODATA (objfile);
/* If data_sect_index is still -1, that's okay. It's perfectly fine
for the file to have no .data, no .bss, and no .text at all, if
it also has no global or static variables. If it does, we will
get an internal error from an ANOFFSET macro below when we try to
use data_sect_index. */
for (symnum = 0; symnum < DBX_SYMCOUNT (objfile); symnum++)
{
/* Get the symbol for this run and pull out some info. */
QUIT; /* Allow this to be interruptable. */
if (symbuf_idx == symbuf_end)
fill_symbuf (abfd);
bufp = &symbuf[symbuf_idx++];
/*
* Special case to speed up readin.
*/
if (bfd_h_get_8 (abfd, bufp->e_type) == N_SLINE)
{
has_line_numbers = 1;
continue;
}
INTERNALIZE_SYMBOL (nlist, bufp, abfd);
OBJSTAT (objfile, n_stabs++);
/* Ok. There is a lot of code duplicated in the rest of this
switch statement (for efficiency reasons). Since I don't
like duplicating code, I will do my penance here, and
describe the code which is duplicated:
*) The assignment to namestring.
*) The call to strchr.
*) The addition of a partial symbol the two partial
symbol lists. This last is a large section of code, so
I've imbedded it in the following macro. */
switch (nlist.n_type)
{
/*
* Standard, external, non-debugger, symbols
*/
case N_TEXT | N_EXT:
case N_NBTEXT | N_EXT:
nlist.n_value += ANOFFSET (objfile->section_offsets,
SECT_OFF_TEXT (objfile));
goto record_it;
case N_DATA | N_EXT:
case N_NBDATA | N_EXT:
nlist.n_value += ANOFFSET (objfile->section_offsets,
SECT_OFF_DATA (objfile));
goto record_it;
case N_BSS:
case N_BSS | N_EXT:
case N_NBBSS | N_EXT:
case N_SETV | N_EXT: /* FIXME, is this in BSS? */
nlist.n_value += ANOFFSET (objfile->section_offsets,
SECT_OFF_BSS (objfile));
goto record_it;
case N_ABS | N_EXT:
record_it:
namestring = set_namestring (objfile, &nlist);
bss_ext_symbol:
record_minimal_symbol (namestring, nlist.n_value,
nlist.n_type, objfile); /* Always */
continue;
/* Standard, local, non-debugger, symbols. */
case N_NBTEXT:
/* We need to be able to deal with both N_FN or N_TEXT,
because we have no way of knowing whether the sys-supplied ld
or GNU ld was used to make the executable. Sequents throw
in another wrinkle -- they renumbered N_FN. */
case N_FN:
case N_FN_SEQ:
case N_TEXT:
nlist.n_value += ANOFFSET (objfile->section_offsets,
SECT_OFF_TEXT (objfile));
namestring = set_namestring (objfile, &nlist);
if ((namestring[0] == '-' && namestring[1] == 'l')
|| (namestring[(nsl = strlen (namestring)) - 1] == 'o'
&& namestring[nsl - 2] == '.'))
{
if (past_first_source_file && pst
/* The gould NP1 uses low values for .o and -l symbols
which are not the address. */
&& nlist.n_value >= pst->textlow)
{
end_psymtab (pst, psymtab_include_list, includes_used,
symnum * symbol_size,
nlist.n_value > pst->texthigh
? nlist.n_value : pst->texthigh,
dependency_list, dependencies_used,
textlow_not_set);
pst = (struct partial_symtab *) 0;
includes_used = 0;
dependencies_used = 0;
has_line_numbers = 0;
}
else
past_first_source_file = 1;
last_o_file_start = nlist.n_value;
}
else
goto record_it;
continue;
case N_DATA:
nlist.n_value += ANOFFSET (objfile->section_offsets,
SECT_OFF_DATA (objfile));
goto record_it;
case N_UNDF | N_EXT:
/* The case (nlist.n_value != 0) is a "Fortran COMMON" symbol.
We used to rely on the target to tell us whether it knows
where the symbol has been relocated to, but none of the
target implementations actually provided that operation.
So we just ignore the symbol, the same way we would do if
we had a target-side symbol lookup which returned no match.
All other symbols (with nlist.n_value == 0), are really
undefined, and so we ignore them too. */
continue;
case N_UNDF:
if (processing_acc_compilation && nlist.n_strx == 1)
{
/* Deal with relative offsets in the string table
used in ELF+STAB under Solaris. If we want to use the
n_strx field, which contains the name of the file,
we must adjust file_string_table_offset *before* calling
set_namestring(). */
past_first_source_file = 1;
file_string_table_offset = next_file_string_table_offset;
next_file_string_table_offset =
file_string_table_offset + nlist.n_value;
if (next_file_string_table_offset < file_string_table_offset)
error (_("string table offset backs up at %d"), symnum);
/* FIXME -- replace error() with complaint. */
continue;
}
continue;
/* Lots of symbol types we can just ignore. */
case N_ABS:
case N_NBDATA:
case N_NBBSS:
continue;
/* Keep going . . . */
/*
* Special symbol types for GNU
*/
case N_INDR:
case N_INDR | N_EXT:
case N_SETA:
case N_SETA | N_EXT:
case N_SETT:
case N_SETT | N_EXT:
case N_SETD:
case N_SETD | N_EXT:
case N_SETB:
case N_SETB | N_EXT:
case N_SETV:
continue;
/*
* Debugger symbols
*/
case N_SO:
{
CORE_ADDR valu;
static int prev_so_symnum = -10;
static int first_so_symnum;
const char *p;
static char *dirname_nso;
int prev_textlow_not_set;
valu = nlist.n_value + ANOFFSET (objfile->section_offsets,
SECT_OFF_TEXT (objfile));
prev_textlow_not_set = textlow_not_set;
/* A zero value is probably an indication for the SunPRO 3.0
compiler. end_psymtab explicitly tests for zero, so
don't relocate it. */
if (nlist.n_value == 0
&& gdbarch_sofun_address_maybe_missing (gdbarch))
{
textlow_not_set = 1;
valu = 0;
}
else
textlow_not_set = 0;
past_first_source_file = 1;
if (prev_so_symnum != symnum - 1)
{ /* Here if prev stab wasn't N_SO. */
first_so_symnum = symnum;
if (pst)
{
end_psymtab (pst, psymtab_include_list, includes_used,
symnum * symbol_size,
valu > pst->texthigh ? valu : pst->texthigh,
dependency_list, dependencies_used,
prev_textlow_not_set);
pst = (struct partial_symtab *) 0;
includes_used = 0;
dependencies_used = 0;
has_line_numbers = 0;
}
}
prev_so_symnum = symnum;
/* End the current partial symtab and start a new one. */
namestring = set_namestring (objfile, &nlist);
/* Null name means end of .o file. Don't start a new one. */
if (*namestring == '\000')
continue;
/* Some compilers (including gcc) emit a pair of initial N_SOs.
The first one is a directory name; the second the file name.
If pst exists, is empty, and has a filename ending in '/',
we assume the previous N_SO was a directory name. */
p = lbasename (namestring);
if (p != namestring && *p == '\000')
{
/* Save the directory name SOs locally, then save it into
the psymtab when it's created below. */
dirname_nso = namestring;
continue;
}
/* Some other compilers (C++ ones in particular) emit useless
SOs for non-existant .c files. We ignore all subsequent SOs
that immediately follow the first. */
if (!pst)
{
pst = start_psymtab (objfile,
namestring, valu,
first_so_symnum * symbol_size,
objfile->global_psymbols.next,
objfile->static_psymbols.next);
pst->dirname = dirname_nso;
dirname_nso = NULL;
}
continue;
}
case N_BINCL:
{
enum language tmp_language;
/* Add this bincl to the bincl_list for future EXCLs. No
need to save the string; it'll be around until
read_dbx_symtab function returns. */
namestring = set_namestring (objfile, &nlist);
tmp_language = deduce_language_from_filename (namestring);
/* Only change the psymtab's language if we've learned
something useful (eg. tmp_language is not language_unknown).
In addition, to match what start_subfile does, never change
from C++ to C. */
if (tmp_language != language_unknown
&& (tmp_language != language_c
|| psymtab_language != language_cplus))
psymtab_language = tmp_language;
if (pst == NULL)
{
/* FIXME: we should not get here without a PST to work on.
Attempt to recover. */
complaint (&symfile_complaints,
_("N_BINCL %s not in entries for "
"any file, at symtab pos %d"),
namestring, symnum);
continue;
}
add_bincl_to_list (pst, namestring, nlist.n_value);
/* Mark down an include file in the current psymtab. */
goto record_include_file;
}
case N_SOL:
{
enum language tmp_language;
/* Mark down an include file in the current psymtab. */
namestring = set_namestring (objfile, &nlist);
tmp_language = deduce_language_from_filename (namestring);
/* Only change the psymtab's language if we've learned
something useful (eg. tmp_language is not language_unknown).
In addition, to match what start_subfile does, never change
from C++ to C. */
if (tmp_language != language_unknown
&& (tmp_language != language_c
|| psymtab_language != language_cplus))
psymtab_language = tmp_language;
/* In C++, one may expect the same filename to come round many
times, when code is coming alternately from the main file
and from inline functions in other files. So I check to see
if this is a file we've seen before -- either the main
source file, or a previously included file.
This seems to be a lot of time to be spending on N_SOL, but
things like "break c-exp.y:435" need to work (I
suppose the psymtab_include_list could be hashed or put
in a binary tree, if profiling shows this is a major hog). */
if (pst && filename_cmp (namestring, pst->filename) == 0)
continue;
{
int i;
for (i = 0; i < includes_used; i++)
if (filename_cmp (namestring, psymtab_include_list[i]) == 0)
{
i = -1;
break;
}
if (i == -1)
continue;
}
record_include_file:
psymtab_include_list[includes_used++] = namestring;
if (includes_used >= includes_allocated)
{
const char **orig = psymtab_include_list;
psymtab_include_list = (const char **)
alloca ((includes_allocated *= 2) * sizeof (const char *));
memcpy (psymtab_include_list, orig,
includes_used * sizeof (const char *));
}
continue;
}
case N_LSYM: /* Typedef or automatic variable. */
case N_STSYM: /* Data seg var -- static. */
case N_LCSYM: /* BSS " */
case N_ROSYM: /* Read-only data seg var -- static. */
case N_NBSTS: /* Gould nobase. */
case N_NBLCS: /* symbols. */
case N_FUN:
case N_GSYM: /* Global (extern) variable; can be
data or bss (sigh FIXME). */
/* Following may probably be ignored; I'll leave them here
for now (until I do Pascal and Modula 2 extensions). */
case N_PC: /* I may or may not need this; I
suspect not. */
case N_M2C: /* I suspect that I can ignore this here. */
case N_SCOPE: /* Same. */
{
char *p;
namestring = set_namestring (objfile, &nlist);
/* See if this is an end of function stab. */
if (pst && nlist.n_type == N_FUN && *namestring == '\000')
{
CORE_ADDR valu;
/* It's value is the size (in bytes) of the function for
function relative stabs, or the address of the function's
end for old style stabs. */
valu = nlist.n_value + last_function_start;
if (pst->texthigh == 0 || valu > pst->texthigh)
pst->texthigh = valu;
break;
}
p = (char *) strchr (namestring, ':');
if (!p)
continue; /* Not a debugging symbol. */
sym_len = 0;
sym_name = NULL; /* pacify "gcc -Werror" */
if (psymtab_language == language_cplus)
{
char *new_name, *name = xmalloc (p - namestring + 1);
memcpy (name, namestring, p - namestring);
name[p - namestring] = '\0';
new_name = cp_canonicalize_string (name);
if (new_name != NULL)
{
sym_len = strlen (new_name);
sym_name = obsavestring (new_name, sym_len,
&objfile->objfile_obstack);
xfree (new_name);
}
xfree (name);
}
if (sym_len == 0)
{
sym_name = namestring;
sym_len = p - namestring;
}
/* Main processing section for debugging symbols which
the initial read through the symbol tables needs to worry
about. If we reach this point, the symbol which we are
considering is definitely one we are interested in.
p must also contain the (valid) index into the namestring
which indicates the debugging type symbol. */
switch (p[1])
{
case 'S':
nlist.n_value += ANOFFSET (objfile->section_offsets,
data_sect_index);
if (gdbarch_static_transform_name_p (gdbarch))
gdbarch_static_transform_name (gdbarch, namestring);
add_psymbol_to_list (sym_name, sym_len, 1,
VAR_DOMAIN, LOC_STATIC,
&objfile->static_psymbols,
0, nlist.n_value,
psymtab_language, objfile);
continue;
case 'G':
nlist.n_value += ANOFFSET (objfile->section_offsets,
data_sect_index);
/* The addresses in these entries are reported to be
wrong. See the code that reads 'G's for symtabs. */
add_psymbol_to_list (sym_name, sym_len, 1,
VAR_DOMAIN, LOC_STATIC,
&objfile->global_psymbols,
0, nlist.n_value,
psymtab_language, objfile);
continue;
case 'T':
/* When a 'T' entry is defining an anonymous enum, it
may have a name which is the empty string, or a
single space. Since they're not really defining a
symbol, those shouldn't go in the partial symbol
table. We do pick up the elements of such enums at
'check_enum:', below. */
if (p >= namestring + 2
|| (p == namestring + 1
&& namestring[0] != ' '))
{
add_psymbol_to_list (sym_name, sym_len, 1,
STRUCT_DOMAIN, LOC_TYPEDEF,
&objfile->static_psymbols,
nlist.n_value, 0,
psymtab_language, objfile);
if (p[2] == 't')
{
/* Also a typedef with the same name. */
add_psymbol_to_list (sym_name, sym_len, 1,
VAR_DOMAIN, LOC_TYPEDEF,
&objfile->static_psymbols,
nlist.n_value, 0,
psymtab_language, objfile);
p += 1;
}
}
goto check_enum;
case 't':
if (p != namestring) /* a name is there, not just :T... */
{
add_psymbol_to_list (sym_name, sym_len, 1,
VAR_DOMAIN, LOC_TYPEDEF,
&objfile->static_psymbols,
nlist.n_value, 0,
psymtab_language, objfile);
}
check_enum:
/* If this is an enumerated type, we need to
add all the enum constants to the partial symbol
table. This does not cover enums without names, e.g.
"enum {a, b} c;" in C, but fortunately those are
rare. There is no way for GDB to find those from the
enum type without spending too much time on it. Thus
to solve this problem, the compiler needs to put out the
enum in a nameless type. GCC2 does this. */
/* We are looking for something of the form
<name> ":" ("t" | "T") [<number> "="] "e"
{<constant> ":" <value> ","} ";". */
/* Skip over the colon and the 't' or 'T'. */
p += 2;
/* This type may be given a number. Also, numbers can come
in pairs like (0,26). Skip over it. */
while ((*p >= '0' && *p <= '9')
|| *p == '(' || *p == ',' || *p == ')'
|| *p == '=')
p++;
if (*p++ == 'e')
{
/* The aix4 compiler emits extra crud before the members. */
if (*p == '-')
{
/* Skip over the type (?). */
while (*p != ':')
p++;
/* Skip over the colon. */
p++;
}
/* We have found an enumerated type. */
/* According to comments in read_enum_type
a comma could end it instead of a semicolon.
I don't know where that happens.
Accept either. */
while (*p && *p != ';' && *p != ',')
{
char *q;
/* Check for and handle cretinous dbx symbol name
continuation! */
if (*p == '\\' || (*p == '?' && p[1] == '\0'))
p = next_symbol_text (objfile);
/* Point to the character after the name
of the enum constant. */
for (q = p; *q && *q != ':'; q++)
;
/* Note that the value doesn't matter for
enum constants in psymtabs, just in symtabs. */
add_psymbol_to_list (p, q - p, 1,
VAR_DOMAIN, LOC_CONST,
&objfile->static_psymbols, 0,
0, psymtab_language, objfile);
/* Point past the name. */
p = q;
/* Skip over the value. */
while (*p && *p != ',')
p++;
/* Advance past the comma. */
if (*p)
p++;
}
}
continue;
case 'c':
/* Constant, e.g. from "const" in Pascal. */
add_psymbol_to_list (sym_name, sym_len, 1,
VAR_DOMAIN, LOC_CONST,
&objfile->static_psymbols, nlist.n_value,
0, psymtab_language, objfile);
continue;
case 'f':
if (! pst)
{
int name_len = p - namestring;
char *name = xmalloc (name_len + 1);
memcpy (name, namestring, name_len);
name[name_len] = '\0';
function_outside_compilation_unit_complaint (name);
xfree (name);
}
nlist.n_value += ANOFFSET (objfile->section_offsets,
SECT_OFF_TEXT (objfile));
/* Kludges for ELF/STABS with Sun ACC. */
last_function_name = namestring;
/* Do not fix textlow==0 for .o or NLM files, as 0 is a legit
value for the bottom of the text seg in those cases. */
if (nlist.n_value == ANOFFSET (objfile->section_offsets,
SECT_OFF_TEXT (objfile))
&& gdbarch_sofun_address_maybe_missing (gdbarch))
{
CORE_ADDR minsym_valu =
find_stab_function_addr (namestring,
pst ? pst->filename : NULL,
objfile);
/* find_stab_function_addr will return 0 if the minimal
symbol wasn't found. (Unfortunately, this might also
be a valid address.) Anyway, if it *does* return 0,
it is likely that the value was set correctly to begin
with... */
if (minsym_valu != 0)
nlist.n_value = minsym_valu;
}
if (pst && textlow_not_set
&& gdbarch_sofun_address_maybe_missing (gdbarch))
{
pst->textlow = nlist.n_value;
textlow_not_set = 0;
}
/* End kludge. */
/* Keep track of the start of the last function so we
can handle end of function symbols. */
last_function_start = nlist.n_value;
/* In reordered executables this function may lie outside
the bounds created by N_SO symbols. If that's the case
use the address of this function as the low bound for
the partial symbol table. */
if (pst
&& (textlow_not_set
|| (nlist.n_value < pst->textlow
&& (nlist.n_value
!= ANOFFSET (objfile->section_offsets,
SECT_OFF_TEXT (objfile))))))
{
pst->textlow = nlist.n_value;
textlow_not_set = 0;
}
add_psymbol_to_list (sym_name, sym_len, 1,
VAR_DOMAIN, LOC_BLOCK,
&objfile->static_psymbols,
0, nlist.n_value,
psymtab_language, objfile);
continue;
/* Global functions were ignored here, but now they
are put into the global psymtab like one would expect.
They're also in the minimal symbol table. */
case 'F':
if (! pst)
{
int name_len = p - namestring;
char *name = xmalloc (name_len + 1);
memcpy (name, namestring, name_len);
name[name_len] = '\0';
function_outside_compilation_unit_complaint (name);
xfree (name);
}
nlist.n_value += ANOFFSET (objfile->section_offsets,
SECT_OFF_TEXT (objfile));
/* Kludges for ELF/STABS with Sun ACC. */
last_function_name = namestring;
/* Do not fix textlow==0 for .o or NLM files, as 0 is a legit
value for the bottom of the text seg in those cases. */
if (nlist.n_value == ANOFFSET (objfile->section_offsets,
SECT_OFF_TEXT (objfile))
&& gdbarch_sofun_address_maybe_missing (gdbarch))
{
CORE_ADDR minsym_valu =
find_stab_function_addr (namestring,
pst ? pst->filename : NULL,
objfile);
/* find_stab_function_addr will return 0 if the minimal
symbol wasn't found. (Unfortunately, this might also
be a valid address.) Anyway, if it *does* return 0,
it is likely that the value was set correctly to begin
with... */
if (minsym_valu != 0)
nlist.n_value = minsym_valu;
}
if (pst && textlow_not_set
&& gdbarch_sofun_address_maybe_missing (gdbarch))
{
pst->textlow = nlist.n_value;
textlow_not_set = 0;
}
/* End kludge. */
/* Keep track of the start of the last function so we
can handle end of function symbols. */
last_function_start = nlist.n_value;
/* In reordered executables this function may lie outside
the bounds created by N_SO symbols. If that's the case
use the address of this function as the low bound for
the partial symbol table. */
if (pst
&& (textlow_not_set
|| (nlist.n_value < pst->textlow
&& (nlist.n_value
!= ANOFFSET (objfile->section_offsets,
SECT_OFF_TEXT (objfile))))))
{
pst->textlow = nlist.n_value;
textlow_not_set = 0;
}
add_psymbol_to_list (sym_name, sym_len, 1,
VAR_DOMAIN, LOC_BLOCK,
&objfile->global_psymbols,
0, nlist.n_value,
psymtab_language, objfile);
continue;
/* Two things show up here (hopefully); static symbols of
local scope (static used inside braces) or extensions
of structure symbols. We can ignore both. */
case 'V':
case '(':
case '0':
case '1':
case '2':
case '3':
case '4':
case '5':
case '6':
case '7':
case '8':
case '9':
case '-':
case '#': /* For symbol identification (used in live ranges). */
continue;
case ':':
/* It is a C++ nested symbol. We don't need to record it
(I don't think); if we try to look up foo::bar::baz,
then symbols for the symtab containing foo should get
read in, I think. */
/* Someone says sun cc puts out symbols like
/foo/baz/maclib::/usr/local/bin/maclib,
which would get here with a symbol type of ':'. */
continue;
default:
/* Unexpected symbol descriptor. The second and subsequent stabs
of a continued stab can show up here. The question is
whether they ever can mimic a normal stab--it would be
nice if not, since we certainly don't want to spend the
time searching to the end of every string looking for
a backslash. */
complaint (&symfile_complaints,
_("unknown symbol descriptor `%c'"),
p[1]);
/* Ignore it; perhaps it is an extension that we don't
know about. */
continue;
}
}
case N_EXCL:
namestring = set_namestring (objfile, &nlist);
/* Find the corresponding bincl and mark that psymtab on the
psymtab dependency list. */
{
struct partial_symtab *needed_pst =
find_corresponding_bincl_psymtab (namestring, nlist.n_value);
/* If this include file was defined earlier in this file,
leave it alone. */
if (needed_pst == pst)
continue;
if (needed_pst)
{
int i;
int found = 0;
for (i = 0; i < dependencies_used; i++)
if (dependency_list[i] == needed_pst)
{
found = 1;
break;
}
/* If it's already in the list, skip the rest. */
if (found)
continue;
dependency_list[dependencies_used++] = needed_pst;
if (dependencies_used >= dependencies_allocated)
{
struct partial_symtab **orig = dependency_list;
dependency_list =
(struct partial_symtab **)
alloca ((dependencies_allocated *= 2)
* sizeof (struct partial_symtab *));
memcpy (dependency_list, orig,
(dependencies_used
* sizeof (struct partial_symtab *)));
#ifdef DEBUG_INFO
fprintf_unfiltered (gdb_stderr,
"Had to reallocate "
"dependency list.\n");
fprintf_unfiltered (gdb_stderr,
"New dependencies allocated: %d\n",
dependencies_allocated);
#endif
}
}
}
continue;
case N_ENDM:
/* Solaris 2 end of module, finish current partial symbol table.
end_psymtab will set pst->texthigh to the proper value, which
is necessary if a module compiled without debugging info
follows this module. */
if (pst && gdbarch_sofun_address_maybe_missing (gdbarch))
{
end_psymtab (pst, psymtab_include_list, includes_used,
symnum * symbol_size,
(CORE_ADDR) 0, dependency_list,
dependencies_used, textlow_not_set);
pst = (struct partial_symtab *) 0;
includes_used = 0;
dependencies_used = 0;
has_line_numbers = 0;
}
continue;
case N_RBRAC:
#ifdef HANDLE_RBRAC
HANDLE_RBRAC (nlist.n_value);
continue;
#endif
case N_EINCL:
case N_DSLINE:
case N_BSLINE:
case N_SSYM: /* Claim: Structure or union element.
Hopefully, I can ignore this. */
case N_ENTRY: /* Alternate entry point; can ignore. */
case N_MAIN: /* Can definitely ignore this. */
case N_CATCH: /* These are GNU C++ extensions */
case N_EHDECL: /* that can safely be ignored here. */
case N_LENG:
case N_BCOMM:
case N_ECOMM:
case N_ECOML:
case N_FNAME:
case N_SLINE:
case N_RSYM:
case N_PSYM:
case N_LBRAC:
case N_NSYMS: /* Ultrix 4.0: symbol count */
case N_DEFD: /* GNU Modula-2 */
case N_ALIAS: /* SunPro F77: alias name, ignore for now. */
case N_OBJ: /* Useless types from Solaris. */
case N_OPT:
case N_PATCH:
/* These symbols aren't interesting; don't worry about them. */
continue;
default:
/* If we haven't found it yet, ignore it. It's probably some
new type we don't know about yet. */
unknown_symtype_complaint (hex_string (nlist.n_type));
continue;
}
}
/* If there's stuff to be cleaned up, clean it up. */
if (pst)
{
/* Don't set pst->texthigh lower than it already is. */
CORE_ADDR text_end =
(lowest_text_address == (CORE_ADDR) -1
? (text_addr + ANOFFSET (objfile->section_offsets,
SECT_OFF_TEXT (objfile)))
: lowest_text_address)
+ text_size;
end_psymtab (pst, psymtab_include_list, includes_used,
symnum * symbol_size,
text_end > pst->texthigh ? text_end : pst->texthigh,
dependency_list, dependencies_used, textlow_not_set);
}
do_cleanups (back_to);
}
/* Allocate and partially fill a partial symtab. It will be
completely filled at the end of the symbol list.
SYMFILE_NAME is the name of the symbol-file we are reading from, and ADDR
is the address relative to which its symbols are (incremental) or 0
(normal). */
static struct partial_symtab *
start_psymtab (struct objfile *objfile, char *filename, CORE_ADDR textlow,
int ldsymoff, struct partial_symbol **global_syms,
struct partial_symbol **static_syms)
{
struct partial_symtab *result =
start_psymtab_common (objfile, objfile->section_offsets,
filename, textlow, global_syms, static_syms);
result->read_symtab_private = obstack_alloc (&objfile->objfile_obstack,
sizeof (struct symloc));
LDSYMOFF (result) = ldsymoff;
result->read_symtab = dbx_psymtab_to_symtab;
SYMBOL_SIZE (result) = symbol_size;
SYMBOL_OFFSET (result) = symbol_table_offset;
STRING_OFFSET (result) = string_table_offset;
FILE_STRING_OFFSET (result) = file_string_table_offset;
#ifdef HAVE_ELF
/* If we're handling an ELF file, drag some section-relocation info
for this source file out of the ELF symbol table, to compensate for
Sun brain death. This replaces the section_offsets in this psymtab,
if successful. */
elfstab_offset_sections (objfile, result);
#endif
/* Deduce the source language from the filename for this psymtab. */
psymtab_language = deduce_language_from_filename (filename);
return result;
}
/* Close off the current usage of PST.
Returns PST or NULL if the partial symtab was empty and thrown away.
FIXME: List variables and peculiarities of same. */
struct partial_symtab *
end_psymtab (struct partial_symtab *pst,
const char **include_list, int num_includes,
int capping_symbol_offset, CORE_ADDR capping_text,
struct partial_symtab **dependency_list, int number_dependencies,
int textlow_not_set)
{
int i;
struct objfile *objfile = pst->objfile;
struct gdbarch *gdbarch = get_objfile_arch (objfile);
if (capping_symbol_offset != -1)
LDSYMLEN (pst) = capping_symbol_offset - LDSYMOFF (pst);
pst->texthigh = capping_text;
/* Under Solaris, the N_SO symbols always have a value of 0,
instead of the usual address of the .o file. Therefore,
we have to do some tricks to fill in texthigh and textlow.
The first trick is: if we see a static
or global function, and the textlow for the current pst
is not set (ie: textlow_not_set), then we use that function's
address for the textlow of the pst. */
/* Now, to fill in texthigh, we remember the last function seen
in the .o file. Also, there's a hack in
bfd/elf.c and gdb/elfread.c to pass the ELF st_size field
to here via the misc_info field. Therefore, we can fill in
a reliable texthigh by taking the address plus size of the
last function in the file. */
if (pst->texthigh == 0 && last_function_name
&& gdbarch_sofun_address_maybe_missing (gdbarch))
{
char *p;
int n;
struct minimal_symbol *minsym;
p = strchr (last_function_name, ':');
if (p == NULL)
p = last_function_name;
n = p - last_function_name;
p = alloca (n + 2);
strncpy (p, last_function_name, n);
p[n] = 0;
minsym = lookup_minimal_symbol (p, pst->filename, objfile);
if (minsym == NULL)
{
/* Sun Fortran appends an underscore to the minimal symbol name,
try again with an appended underscore if the minimal symbol
was not found. */
p[n] = '_';
p[n + 1] = 0;
minsym = lookup_minimal_symbol (p, pst->filename, objfile);
}
if (minsym)
pst->texthigh = SYMBOL_VALUE_ADDRESS (minsym) + MSYMBOL_SIZE (minsym);
last_function_name = NULL;
}
if (!gdbarch_sofun_address_maybe_missing (gdbarch))
;
/* This test will be true if the last .o file is only data. */
else if (textlow_not_set)
pst->textlow = pst->texthigh;
else
{
struct partial_symtab *p1;
/* If we know our own starting text address, then walk through all other
psymtabs for this objfile, and if any didn't know their ending text
address, set it to our starting address. Take care to not set our
own ending address to our starting address, nor to set addresses on
`dependency' files that have both textlow and texthigh zero. */
ALL_OBJFILE_PSYMTABS (objfile, p1)
{
if (p1->texthigh == 0 && p1->textlow != 0 && p1 != pst)
{
p1->texthigh = pst->textlow;
/* If this file has only data, then make textlow match
texthigh. */
if (p1->textlow == 0)
p1->textlow = p1->texthigh;
}
}
}
/* End of kludge for patching Solaris textlow and texthigh. */
pst->n_global_syms =
objfile->global_psymbols.next - (objfile->global_psymbols.list
+ pst->globals_offset);
pst->n_static_syms =
objfile->static_psymbols.next - (objfile->static_psymbols.list
+ pst->statics_offset);
pst->number_of_dependencies = number_dependencies;
if (number_dependencies)
{
pst->dependencies = (struct partial_symtab **)
obstack_alloc (&objfile->objfile_obstack,
number_dependencies * sizeof (struct partial_symtab *));
memcpy (pst->dependencies, dependency_list,
number_dependencies * sizeof (struct partial_symtab *));
}
else
pst->dependencies = 0;
for (i = 0; i < num_includes; i++)
{
struct partial_symtab *subpst =
allocate_psymtab (include_list[i], objfile);
/* Copy the sesction_offsets array from the main psymtab. */
subpst->section_offsets = pst->section_offsets;
subpst->read_symtab_private =
obstack_alloc (&objfile->objfile_obstack, sizeof (struct symloc));
LDSYMOFF (subpst) =
LDSYMLEN (subpst) =
subpst->textlow =
subpst->texthigh = 0;
/* We could save slight bits of space by only making one of these,
shared by the entire set of include files. FIXME-someday. */
subpst->dependencies = (struct partial_symtab **)
obstack_alloc (&objfile->objfile_obstack,
sizeof (struct partial_symtab *));
subpst->dependencies[0] = pst;
subpst->number_of_dependencies = 1;
subpst->globals_offset =
subpst->n_global_syms =
subpst->statics_offset =
subpst->n_static_syms = 0;
subpst->readin = 0;
subpst->symtab = 0;
subpst->read_symtab = pst->read_symtab;
}
sort_pst_symbols (pst);
if (num_includes == 0
&& number_dependencies == 0
&& pst->n_global_syms == 0
&& pst->n_static_syms == 0
&& has_line_numbers == 0)
{
/* Throw away this psymtab, it's empty. We can't deallocate it, since
it is on the obstack, but we can forget to chain it on the list. */
/* Empty psymtabs happen as a result of header files which don't have
any symbols in them. There can be a lot of them. But this check
is wrong, in that a psymtab with N_SLINE entries but nothing else
is not empty, but we don't realize that. Fixing that without slowing
things down might be tricky. */
discard_psymtab (pst);
/* Indicate that psymtab was thrown away. */
pst = (struct partial_symtab *) NULL;
}
return pst;
}
static void
dbx_psymtab_to_symtab_1 (struct partial_symtab *pst)
{
struct cleanup *old_chain;
int i;
if (!pst)
return;
if (pst->readin)
{
fprintf_unfiltered (gdb_stderr, "Psymtab for %s already read in. "
"Shouldn't happen.\n",
pst->filename);
return;
}
/* Read in all partial symtabs on which this one is dependent. */
for (i = 0; i < pst->number_of_dependencies; i++)
if (!pst->dependencies[i]->readin)
{
/* Inform about additional files that need to be read in. */
if (info_verbose)
{
fputs_filtered (" ", gdb_stdout);
wrap_here ("");
fputs_filtered ("and ", gdb_stdout);
wrap_here ("");
printf_filtered ("%s...", pst->dependencies[i]->filename);
wrap_here (""); /* Flush output. */
gdb_flush (gdb_stdout);
}
dbx_psymtab_to_symtab_1 (pst->dependencies[i]);
}
if (LDSYMLEN (pst)) /* Otherwise it's a dummy. */
{
/* Init stuff necessary for reading in symbols */
stabsread_init ();
buildsym_init ();
old_chain = make_cleanup (really_free_pendings, 0);
file_string_table_offset = FILE_STRING_OFFSET (pst);
symbol_size = SYMBOL_SIZE (pst);
/* Read in this file's symbols. */
bfd_seek (pst->objfile->obfd, SYMBOL_OFFSET (pst), SEEK_SET);
read_ofile_symtab (pst);
do_cleanups (old_chain);
}
pst->readin = 1;
}
/* Read in all of the symbols for a given psymtab for real.
Be verbose about it if the user wants that. */
static void
dbx_psymtab_to_symtab (struct partial_symtab *pst)
{
bfd *sym_bfd;
struct cleanup *back_to = NULL;
if (!pst)
return;
if (pst->readin)
{
fprintf_unfiltered (gdb_stderr, "Psymtab for %s already read in. "
"Shouldn't happen.\n",
pst->filename);
return;
}
if (LDSYMLEN (pst) || pst->number_of_dependencies)
{
/* Print the message now, before reading the string table,
to avoid disconcerting pauses. */
if (info_verbose)
{
printf_filtered ("Reading in symbols for %s...", pst->filename);
gdb_flush (gdb_stdout);
}
sym_bfd = pst->objfile->obfd;
next_symbol_text_func = dbx_next_symbol_text;
if (DBX_STAB_SECTION (pst->objfile))
{
stabs_data
= symfile_relocate_debug_section (pst->objfile,
DBX_STAB_SECTION (pst->objfile),
NULL);
if (stabs_data)
back_to = make_cleanup (free_current_contents,
(void *) &stabs_data);
}
dbx_psymtab_to_symtab_1 (pst);
if (back_to)
do_cleanups (back_to);
/* Match with global symbols. This only needs to be done once,
after all of the symtabs and dependencies have been read in. */
scan_file_globals (pst->objfile);
/* Finish up the debug error message. */
if (info_verbose)
printf_filtered ("done.\n");
}
}
/* Read in a defined section of a specific object file's symbols. */
static void
read_ofile_symtab (struct partial_symtab *pst)
{
char *namestring;
struct external_nlist *bufp;
struct internal_nlist nlist;
unsigned char type;
unsigned max_symnum;
bfd *abfd;
struct objfile *objfile;
int sym_offset; /* Offset to start of symbols to read */
int sym_size; /* Size of symbols to read */
CORE_ADDR text_offset; /* Start of text segment for symbols */
int text_size; /* Size of text segment for symbols */
struct section_offsets *section_offsets;
objfile = pst->objfile;
sym_offset = LDSYMOFF (pst);
sym_size = LDSYMLEN (pst);
text_offset = pst->textlow;
text_size = pst->texthigh - pst->textlow;
/* This cannot be simply objfile->section_offsets because of
elfstab_offset_sections() which initializes the psymtab section
offsets information in a special way, and that is different from
objfile->section_offsets. */
section_offsets = pst->section_offsets;
dbxread_objfile = objfile;
subfile_stack = NULL;
stringtab_global = DBX_STRINGTAB (objfile);
last_source_file = NULL;
abfd = objfile->obfd;
symfile_bfd = objfile->obfd; /* Implicit param to next_text_symbol. */
symbuf_end = symbuf_idx = 0;
symbuf_read = 0;
symbuf_left = sym_offset + sym_size;
/* It is necessary to actually read one symbol *before* the start
of this symtab's symbols, because the GCC_COMPILED_FLAG_SYMBOL
occurs before the N_SO symbol.
Detecting this in read_dbx_symtab
would slow down initial readin, so we look for it here instead. */
if (!processing_acc_compilation && sym_offset >= (int) symbol_size)
{
stabs_seek (sym_offset - symbol_size);
fill_symbuf (abfd);
bufp = &symbuf[symbuf_idx++];
INTERNALIZE_SYMBOL (nlist, bufp, abfd);
OBJSTAT (objfile, n_stabs++);
namestring = set_namestring (objfile, &nlist);
processing_gcc_compilation = 0;
if (nlist.n_type == N_TEXT)
{
const char *tempstring = namestring;
if (strcmp (namestring, GCC_COMPILED_FLAG_SYMBOL) == 0)
processing_gcc_compilation = 1;
else if (strcmp (namestring, GCC2_COMPILED_FLAG_SYMBOL) == 0)
processing_gcc_compilation = 2;
if (tempstring[0] == bfd_get_symbol_leading_char (symfile_bfd))
++tempstring;
if (strncmp (tempstring, "__gnu_compiled", 14) == 0)
processing_gcc_compilation = 2;
}
/* Try to select a C++ demangling based on the compilation unit
producer. */
#if 0
/* For now, stay with AUTO_DEMANGLING for g++ output, as we don't
know whether it will use the old style or v3 mangling. */
if (processing_gcc_compilation)
{
if (AUTO_DEMANGLING)
{
set_demangling_style (GNU_DEMANGLING_STYLE_STRING);
}
}
#endif
}
else
{
/* The N_SO starting this symtab is the first symbol, so we
better not check the symbol before it. I'm not this can
happen, but it doesn't hurt to check for it. */
stabs_seek (sym_offset);
processing_gcc_compilation = 0;
}
if (symbuf_idx == symbuf_end)
fill_symbuf (abfd);
bufp = &symbuf[symbuf_idx];
if (bfd_h_get_8 (abfd, bufp->e_type) != N_SO)
error (_("First symbol in segment of executable not a source symbol"));
max_symnum = sym_size / symbol_size;
for (symnum = 0;
symnum < max_symnum;
symnum++)
{
QUIT; /* Allow this to be interruptable. */
if (symbuf_idx == symbuf_end)
fill_symbuf (abfd);
bufp = &symbuf[symbuf_idx++];
INTERNALIZE_SYMBOL (nlist, bufp, abfd);
OBJSTAT (objfile, n_stabs++);
type = bfd_h_get_8 (abfd, bufp->e_type);
namestring = set_namestring (objfile, &nlist);
if (type & N_STAB)
{
if (sizeof (nlist.n_value) > 4
/* We are a 64-bit debugger debugging a 32-bit program. */
&& (type == N_LSYM || type == N_PSYM))
/* We have to be careful with the n_value in the case of N_LSYM
and N_PSYM entries, because they are signed offsets from frame
pointer, but we actually read them as unsigned 32-bit values.
This is not a problem for 32-bit debuggers, for which negative
values end up being interpreted correctly (as negative
offsets) due to integer overflow.
But we need to sign-extend the value for 64-bit debuggers,
or we'll end up interpreting negative values as very large
positive offsets. */
nlist.n_value = (nlist.n_value ^ 0x80000000) - 0x80000000;
process_one_symbol (type, nlist.n_desc, nlist.n_value,
namestring, section_offsets, objfile);
}
/* We skip checking for a new .o or -l file; that should never
happen in this routine. */
else if (type == N_TEXT)
{
/* I don't think this code will ever be executed, because
the GCC_COMPILED_FLAG_SYMBOL usually is right before
the N_SO symbol which starts this source file.
However, there is no reason not to accept
the GCC_COMPILED_FLAG_SYMBOL anywhere. */
if (strcmp (namestring, GCC_COMPILED_FLAG_SYMBOL) == 0)
processing_gcc_compilation = 1;
else if (strcmp (namestring, GCC2_COMPILED_FLAG_SYMBOL) == 0)
processing_gcc_compilation = 2;
#if 0
/* For now, stay with AUTO_DEMANGLING for g++ output, as we don't
know whether it will use the old style or v3 mangling. */
if (AUTO_DEMANGLING)
{
set_demangling_style (GNU_DEMANGLING_STYLE_STRING);
}
#endif
}
else if (type & N_EXT || type == (unsigned char) N_TEXT
|| type == (unsigned char) N_NBTEXT)
{
/* Global symbol: see if we came across a dbx defintion for
a corresponding symbol. If so, store the value. Remove
syms from the chain when their values are stored, but
search the whole chain, as there may be several syms from
different files with the same name. */
/* This is probably not true. Since the files will be read
in one at a time, each reference to a global symbol will
be satisfied in each file as it appears. So we skip this
section. */
;
}
}
/* In a Solaris elf file, this variable, which comes from the
value of the N_SO symbol, will still be 0. Luckily, text_offset,
which comes from pst->textlow is correct. */
if (last_source_start_addr == 0)
last_source_start_addr = text_offset;
/* In reordered executables last_source_start_addr may not be the
lower bound for this symtab, instead use text_offset which comes
from pst->textlow which is correct. */
if (last_source_start_addr > text_offset)
last_source_start_addr = text_offset;
pst->symtab = end_symtab (text_offset + text_size, objfile,
SECT_OFF_TEXT (objfile));
end_stabs ();
dbxread_objfile = NULL;
}
/* This handles a single symbol from the symbol-file, building symbols
into a GDB symtab. It takes these arguments and an implicit argument.
TYPE is the type field of the ".stab" symbol entry.
DESC is the desc field of the ".stab" entry.
VALU is the value field of the ".stab" entry.
NAME is the symbol name, in our address space.
SECTION_OFFSETS is a set of amounts by which the sections of this
object file were relocated when it was loaded into memory. Note
that these section_offsets are not the objfile->section_offsets but
the pst->section_offsets. All symbols that refer to memory
locations need to be offset by these amounts.
OBJFILE is the object file from which we are reading symbols. It
is used in end_symtab. */
void
process_one_symbol (int type, int desc, CORE_ADDR valu, char *name,
struct section_offsets *section_offsets,
struct objfile *objfile)
{
struct gdbarch *gdbarch = get_objfile_arch (objfile);
struct context_stack *new;
/* This remembers the address of the start of a function. It is
used because in Solaris 2, N_LBRAC, N_RBRAC, and N_SLINE entries
are relative to the current function's start address. On systems
other than Solaris 2, this just holds the SECT_OFF_TEXT value,
and is used to relocate these symbol types rather than
SECTION_OFFSETS. */
static CORE_ADDR function_start_offset;
/* This holds the address of the start of a function, without the
system peculiarities of function_start_offset. */
static CORE_ADDR last_function_start;
/* If this is nonzero, we've seen an N_SLINE since the start of the
current function. We use this to tell us to move the first sline
to the beginning of the function regardless of what its given
value is. */
static int sline_found_in_function = 1;
/* If this is nonzero, we've seen a non-gcc N_OPT symbol for this
source file. Used to detect the SunPRO solaris compiler. */
static int n_opt_found;
/* The stab type used for the definition of the last function.
N_STSYM or N_GSYM for SunOS4 acc; N_FUN for other compilers. */
static int function_stab_type = 0;
if (!block_address_function_relative)
{
/* N_LBRAC, N_RBRAC and N_SLINE entries are not relative to the
function start address, so just use the text offset. */
function_start_offset =
ANOFFSET (section_offsets, SECT_OFF_TEXT (objfile));
}
/* Something is wrong if we see real data before seeing a source
file name. */
if (last_source_file == NULL && type != (unsigned char) N_SO)
{
/* Ignore any symbols which appear before an N_SO symbol.
Currently no one puts symbols there, but we should deal
gracefully with the case. A complain()t might be in order,
but this should not be an error (). */
return;
}
switch (type)
{
case N_FUN:
case N_FNAME:
if (*name == '\000')
{
/* This N_FUN marks the end of a function. This closes off
the current block. */
struct block *block;
if (context_stack_depth <= 0)
{
lbrac_mismatch_complaint (symnum);
break;
}
/* The following check is added before recording line 0 at
end of function so as to handle hand-generated stabs
which may have an N_FUN stabs at the end of the function,
but no N_SLINE stabs. */
if (sline_found_in_function)
{
CORE_ADDR addr = last_function_start + valu;
record_line (current_subfile, 0,
gdbarch_addr_bits_remove (gdbarch, addr));
}
within_function = 0;
new = pop_context ();
/* Make a block for the local symbols within. */
block = finish_block (new->name, &local_symbols, new->old_blocks,
new->start_addr, new->start_addr + valu,
objfile);
/* For C++, set the block's scope. */
if (SYMBOL_LANGUAGE (new->name) == language_cplus)
cp_set_block_scope (new->name, block, &objfile->objfile_obstack,
"", 0);
/* May be switching to an assembler file which may not be using
block relative stabs, so reset the offset. */
if (block_address_function_relative)
function_start_offset = 0;
break;
}
sline_found_in_function = 0;
/* Relocate for dynamic loading. */
valu += ANOFFSET (section_offsets, SECT_OFF_TEXT (objfile));
valu = gdbarch_smash_text_address (gdbarch, valu);
last_function_start = valu;
goto define_a_symbol;
case N_LBRAC:
/* This "symbol" just indicates the start of an inner lexical
context within a function. */
/* Ignore extra outermost context from SunPRO cc and acc. */
if (n_opt_found && desc == 1)
break;
if (block_address_function_relative)
/* Relocate for Sun ELF acc fn-relative syms. */
valu += function_start_offset;
else
/* On most machines, the block addresses are relative to the
N_SO, the linker did not relocate them (sigh). */
valu += last_source_start_addr;
push_context (desc, valu);
break;
case N_RBRAC:
/* This "symbol" just indicates the end of an inner lexical
context that was started with N_LBRAC. */
/* Ignore extra outermost context from SunPRO cc and acc. */
if (n_opt_found && desc == 1)
break;
if (block_address_function_relative)
/* Relocate for Sun ELF acc fn-relative syms. */
valu += function_start_offset;
else
/* On most machines, the block addresses are relative to the
N_SO, the linker did not relocate them (sigh). */
valu += last_source_start_addr;
if (context_stack_depth <= 0)
{
lbrac_mismatch_complaint (symnum);
break;
}
new = pop_context ();
if (desc != new->depth)
lbrac_mismatch_complaint (symnum);
if (local_symbols != NULL)
{
/* GCC development snapshots from March to December of
2000 would output N_LSYM entries after N_LBRAC
entries. As a consequence, these symbols are simply
discarded. Complain if this is the case. */
complaint (&symfile_complaints,
_("misplaced N_LBRAC entry; discarding local "
"symbols which have no enclosing block"));
}
local_symbols = new->locals;
if (context_stack_depth > 1)
{
/* This is not the outermost LBRAC...RBRAC pair in the
function, its local symbols preceded it, and are the ones
just recovered from the context stack. Define the block
for them (but don't bother if the block contains no
symbols. Should we complain on blocks without symbols?
I can't think of any useful purpose for them). */
if (local_symbols != NULL)
{
/* Muzzle a compiler bug that makes end < start.
??? Which compilers? Is this ever harmful?. */
if (new->start_addr > valu)
{
complaint (&symfile_complaints,
_("block start larger than block end"));
new->start_addr = valu;
}
/* Make a block for the local symbols within. */
finish_block (0, &local_symbols, new->old_blocks,
new->start_addr, valu, objfile);
}
}
else
{
/* This is the outermost LBRAC...RBRAC pair. There is no
need to do anything; leave the symbols that preceded it
to be attached to the function's own block. We need to
indicate that we just moved outside of the function. */
within_function = 0;
}
break;
case N_FN:
case N_FN_SEQ:
/* This kind of symbol indicates the start of an object file.
Relocate for dynamic loading. */
valu += ANOFFSET (section_offsets, SECT_OFF_TEXT (objfile));
break;
case N_SO:
/* This type of symbol indicates the start of data for one
source file. Finish the symbol table of the previous source
file (if any) and start accumulating a new symbol table.
Relocate for dynamic loading. */
valu += ANOFFSET (section_offsets, SECT_OFF_TEXT (objfile));
n_opt_found = 0;
if (last_source_file)