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/* Remote debugging interface for MIPS remote debugging protocol.
Copyright (C) 1993-2004, 2006-2012 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
Contributed by Cygnus Support. Written by Ian Lance Taylor
<ian@cygnus.com>.
This file is part of GDB.
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
the Free Software Foundation; either version 3 of the License, or
(at your option) any later version.
This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
GNU General Public License for more details.
You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
along with this program. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>. */
#include "defs.h"
#include "inferior.h"
#include "bfd.h"
#include "symfile.h"
#include "gdbcmd.h"
#include "gdbcore.h"
#include "serial.h"
#include "target.h"
#include "exceptions.h"
#include "gdb_string.h"
#include "gdb_stat.h"
#include "gdb_usleep.h"
#include "regcache.h"
#include <ctype.h>
#include "mips-tdep.h"
#include "gdbthread.h"
/* Breakpoint types. Values 0, 1, and 2 must agree with the watch
types passed by breakpoint.c to target_insert_watchpoint.
Value 3 is our own invention, and is used for ordinary instruction
breakpoints. Value 4 is used to mark an unused watchpoint in tables. */
enum break_type
{
BREAK_WRITE, /* 0 */
BREAK_READ, /* 1 */
BREAK_ACCESS, /* 2 */
BREAK_FETCH, /* 3 */
BREAK_UNUSED /* 4 */
};
/* Prototypes for local functions. */
static int mips_readchar (int timeout);
static int mips_receive_header (unsigned char *hdr, int *pgarbage,
int ch, int timeout);
static int mips_receive_trailer (unsigned char *trlr, int *pgarbage,
int *pch, int timeout);
static int mips_cksum (const unsigned char *hdr,
const unsigned char *data, int len);
static void mips_send_packet (const char *s, int get_ack);
static void mips_send_command (const char *cmd, int prompt);
static int mips_receive_packet (char *buff, int throw_error, int timeout);
static ULONGEST mips_request (int cmd, ULONGEST addr, ULONGEST data,
int *perr, int timeout, char *buff);
static void mips_initialize (void);
static void mips_open (char *name, int from_tty);
static void pmon_open (char *name, int from_tty);
static void ddb_open (char *name, int from_tty);
static void lsi_open (char *name, int from_tty);
static void mips_close (int quitting);
static void mips_detach (struct target_ops *ops, char *args, int from_tty);
static int mips_map_regno (struct gdbarch *, int);
static void mips_set_register (int regno, ULONGEST value);
static void mips_prepare_to_store (struct regcache *regcache);
static int mips_fetch_word (CORE_ADDR addr, unsigned int *valp);
static int mips_store_word (CORE_ADDR addr, unsigned int value,
int *old_contents);
static int mips_xfer_memory (CORE_ADDR memaddr, gdb_byte *myaddr, int len,
int write,
struct mem_attrib *attrib,
struct target_ops *target);
static void mips_files_info (struct target_ops *ignore);
static void mips_mourn_inferior (struct target_ops *ops);
static int pmon_makeb64 (unsigned long v, char *p, int n, int *chksum);
static int pmon_zeroset (int recsize, char **buff, int *amount,
unsigned int *chksum);
static int pmon_checkset (int recsize, char **buff, int *value);
static void pmon_make_fastrec (char **outbuf, unsigned char *inbuf,
int *inptr, int inamount, int *recsize,
unsigned int *csum, unsigned int *zerofill);
static int pmon_check_ack (char *mesg);
static void pmon_start_download (void);
static void pmon_end_download (int final, int bintotal);
static void pmon_download (char *buffer, int length);
static void pmon_load_fast (char *file);
static void mips_load (char *file, int from_tty);
static int mips_make_srec (char *buffer, int type, CORE_ADDR memaddr,
unsigned char *myaddr, int len);
static int mips_set_breakpoint (CORE_ADDR addr, int len, enum break_type type);
static int mips_clear_breakpoint (CORE_ADDR addr, int len,
enum break_type type);
static int mips_common_breakpoint (int set, CORE_ADDR addr, int len,
enum break_type type);
/* Forward declarations. */
extern struct target_ops mips_ops;
extern struct target_ops pmon_ops;
extern struct target_ops ddb_ops;
extern struct target_ops rockhopper_ops;
/* *INDENT-OFF* */
/* The MIPS remote debugging interface is built on top of a simple
packet protocol. Each packet is organized as follows:
SYN The first character is always a SYN (ASCII 026, or ^V). SYN
may not appear anywhere else in the packet. Any time a SYN is
seen, a new packet should be assumed to have begun.
TYPE_LEN
This byte contains the upper five bits of the logical length
of the data section, plus a single bit indicating whether this
is a data packet or an acknowledgement. The documentation
indicates that this bit is 1 for a data packet, but the actual
board uses 1 for an acknowledgement. The value of the byte is
0x40 + (ack ? 0x20 : 0) + (len >> 6)
(we always have 0 <= len < 1024). Acknowledgement packets do
not carry data, and must have a data length of 0.
LEN1 This byte contains the lower six bits of the logical length of
the data section. The value is
0x40 + (len & 0x3f)
SEQ This byte contains the six bit sequence number of the packet.
The value is
0x40 + seq
An acknowlegment packet contains the sequence number of the
packet being acknowledged plus 1 modulo 64. Data packets are
transmitted in sequence. There may only be one outstanding
unacknowledged data packet at a time. The sequence numbers
are independent in each direction. If an acknowledgement for
the previous packet is received (i.e., an acknowledgement with
the sequence number of the packet just sent) the packet just
sent should be retransmitted. If no acknowledgement is
received within a timeout period, the packet should be
retransmitted. This has an unfortunate failure condition on a
high-latency line, as a delayed acknowledgement may lead to an
endless series of duplicate packets.
DATA The actual data bytes follow. The following characters are
escaped inline with DLE (ASCII 020, or ^P):
SYN (026) DLE S
DLE (020) DLE D
^C (003) DLE C
^S (023) DLE s
^Q (021) DLE q
The additional DLE characters are not counted in the logical
length stored in the TYPE_LEN and LEN1 bytes.
CSUM1
CSUM2
CSUM3
These bytes contain an 18 bit checksum of the complete
contents of the packet excluding the SEQ byte and the
CSUM[123] bytes. The checksum is simply the twos complement
addition of all the bytes treated as unsigned characters. The
values of the checksum bytes are:
CSUM1: 0x40 + ((cksum >> 12) & 0x3f)
CSUM2: 0x40 + ((cksum >> 6) & 0x3f)
CSUM3: 0x40 + (cksum & 0x3f)
It happens that the MIPS remote debugging protocol always
communicates with ASCII strings. Because of this, this
implementation doesn't bother to handle the DLE quoting mechanism,
since it will never be required. */
/* *INDENT-ON* */
/* The SYN character which starts each packet. */
#define SYN '\026'
/* The 0x40 used to offset each packet (this value ensures that all of
the header and trailer bytes, other than SYN, are printable ASCII
characters). */
#define HDR_OFFSET 0x40
/* The indices of the bytes in the packet header. */
#define HDR_INDX_SYN 0
#define HDR_INDX_TYPE_LEN 1
#define HDR_INDX_LEN1 2
#define HDR_INDX_SEQ 3
#define HDR_LENGTH 4
/* The data/ack bit in the TYPE_LEN header byte. */
#define TYPE_LEN_DA_BIT 0x20
#define TYPE_LEN_DATA 0
#define TYPE_LEN_ACK TYPE_LEN_DA_BIT
/* How to compute the header bytes. */
#define HDR_SET_SYN(data, len, seq) (SYN)
#define HDR_SET_TYPE_LEN(data, len, seq) \
(HDR_OFFSET \
+ ((data) ? TYPE_LEN_DATA : TYPE_LEN_ACK) \
+ (((len) >> 6) & 0x1f))
#define HDR_SET_LEN1(data, len, seq) (HDR_OFFSET + ((len) & 0x3f))
#define HDR_SET_SEQ(data, len, seq) (HDR_OFFSET + (seq))
/* Check that a header byte is reasonable. */
#define HDR_CHECK(ch) (((ch) & HDR_OFFSET) == HDR_OFFSET)
/* Get data from the header. These macros evaluate their argument
multiple times. */
#define HDR_IS_DATA(hdr) \
(((hdr)[HDR_INDX_TYPE_LEN] & TYPE_LEN_DA_BIT) == TYPE_LEN_DATA)
#define HDR_GET_LEN(hdr) \
((((hdr)[HDR_INDX_TYPE_LEN] & 0x1f) << 6) + (((hdr)[HDR_INDX_LEN1] & 0x3f)))
#define HDR_GET_SEQ(hdr) ((unsigned int)(hdr)[HDR_INDX_SEQ] & 0x3f)
/* The maximum data length. */
#define DATA_MAXLEN 1023
/* The trailer offset. */
#define TRLR_OFFSET HDR_OFFSET
/* The indices of the bytes in the packet trailer. */
#define TRLR_INDX_CSUM1 0
#define TRLR_INDX_CSUM2 1
#define TRLR_INDX_CSUM3 2
#define TRLR_LENGTH 3
/* How to compute the trailer bytes. */
#define TRLR_SET_CSUM1(cksum) (TRLR_OFFSET + (((cksum) >> 12) & 0x3f))
#define TRLR_SET_CSUM2(cksum) (TRLR_OFFSET + (((cksum) >> 6) & 0x3f))
#define TRLR_SET_CSUM3(cksum) (TRLR_OFFSET + (((cksum) ) & 0x3f))
/* Check that a trailer byte is reasonable. */
#define TRLR_CHECK(ch) (((ch) & TRLR_OFFSET) == TRLR_OFFSET)
/* Get data from the trailer. This evaluates its argument multiple
times. */
#define TRLR_GET_CKSUM(trlr) \
((((trlr)[TRLR_INDX_CSUM1] & 0x3f) << 12) \
+ (((trlr)[TRLR_INDX_CSUM2] & 0x3f) << 6) \
+ ((trlr)[TRLR_INDX_CSUM3] & 0x3f))
/* The sequence number modulos. */
#define SEQ_MODULOS (64)
/* PMON commands to load from the serial port or UDP socket. */
#define LOAD_CMD "load -b -s tty0\r"
#define LOAD_CMD_UDP "load -b -s udp\r"
/* The target vectors for the four different remote MIPS targets.
These are initialized with code in _initialize_remote_mips instead
of static initializers, to make it easier to extend the target_ops
vector later. */
struct target_ops mips_ops, pmon_ops, ddb_ops, rockhopper_ops, lsi_ops;
enum mips_monitor_type
{
/* IDT/SIM monitor being used: */
MON_IDT,
/* PMON monitor being used: */
MON_PMON, /* 3.0.83 [COGENT,EB,FP,NET]
Algorithmics Ltd. Nov 9 1995 17:19:50 */
MON_DDB, /* 2.7.473 [DDBVR4300,EL,FP,NET]
Risq Modular Systems,
Thu Jun 6 09:28:40 PDT 1996 */
MON_LSI, /* 4.3.12 [EB,FP],
LSI LOGIC Corp. Tue Feb 25 13:22:14 1997 */
MON_ROCKHOPPER,
/* Last and unused value, for sizing vectors, etc. */
MON_LAST
};
static enum mips_monitor_type mips_monitor = MON_LAST;
/* The monitor prompt text. If the user sets the PMON prompt
to some new value, the GDB `set monitor-prompt' command must also
be used to inform GDB about the expected prompt. Otherwise, GDB
will not be able to connect to PMON in mips_initialize().
If the `set monitor-prompt' command is not used, the expected
default prompt will be set according the target:
target prompt
----- -----
pmon PMON>
ddb NEC010>
lsi PMON>
*/
static char *mips_monitor_prompt;
/* Set to 1 if the target is open. */
static int mips_is_open;
/* Currently active target description (if mips_is_open == 1). */
static struct target_ops *current_ops;
/* Set to 1 while the connection is being initialized. */
static int mips_initializing;
/* Set to 1 while the connection is being brought down. */
static int mips_exiting;
/* The next sequence number to send. */
static unsigned int mips_send_seq;
/* The next sequence number we expect to receive. */
static unsigned int mips_receive_seq;
/* The time to wait before retransmitting a packet, in seconds. */
static int mips_retransmit_wait = 3;
/* The number of times to try retransmitting a packet before giving up. */
static int mips_send_retries = 10;
/* The number of garbage characters to accept when looking for an
SYN for the next packet. */
static int mips_syn_garbage = 10;
/* The time to wait for a packet, in seconds. */
static int mips_receive_wait = 5;
/* Set if we have sent a packet to the board but have not yet received
a reply. */
static int mips_need_reply = 0;
/* Handle used to access serial I/O stream. */
static struct serial *mips_desc;
/* UDP handle used to download files to target. */
static struct serial *udp_desc;
static int udp_in_use;
/* TFTP filename used to download files to DDB board, in the form
host:filename. */
static char *tftp_name; /* host:filename */
static char *tftp_localname; /* filename portion of above */
static int tftp_in_use;
static FILE *tftp_file;
/* Counts the number of times the user tried to interrupt the target (usually
via ^C. */
static int interrupt_count;
/* If non-zero, means that the target is running. */
static int mips_wait_flag = 0;
/* If non-zero, monitor supports breakpoint commands. */
static int monitor_supports_breakpoints = 0;
/* Data cache header. */
#if 0 /* not used (yet?) */
static DCACHE *mips_dcache;
#endif
/* Non-zero means that we've just hit a read or write watchpoint. */
static int hit_watchpoint;
/* Table of breakpoints/watchpoints (used only on LSI PMON target).
The table is indexed by a breakpoint number, which is an integer
from 0 to 255 returned by the LSI PMON when a breakpoint is set. */
#define MAX_LSI_BREAKPOINTS 256
struct lsi_breakpoint_info
{
enum break_type type; /* type of breakpoint */
CORE_ADDR addr; /* address of breakpoint */
int len; /* length of region being watched */
unsigned long value; /* value to watch */
}
lsi_breakpoints[MAX_LSI_BREAKPOINTS];
/* Error/warning codes returned by LSI PMON for breakpoint commands.
Warning values may be ORed together; error values may not. */
#define W_WARN 0x100 /* This bit is set if the error code
is a warning */
#define W_MSK 0x101 /* warning: Range feature is supported
via mask */
#define W_VAL 0x102 /* warning: Value check is not
supported in hardware */
#define W_QAL 0x104 /* warning: Requested qualifiers are
not supported in hardware */
#define E_ERR 0x200 /* This bit is set if the error code
is an error */
#define E_BPT 0x200 /* error: No such breakpoint number */
#define E_RGE 0x201 /* error: Range is not supported */
#define E_QAL 0x202 /* error: The requested qualifiers can
not be used */
#define E_OUT 0x203 /* error: Out of hardware resources */
#define E_NON 0x204 /* error: Hardware breakpoint not supported */
struct lsi_error
{
int code; /* error code */
char *string; /* string associated with this code */
};
struct lsi_error lsi_warning_table[] =
{
{W_MSK, "Range feature is supported via mask"},
{W_VAL, "Value check is not supported in hardware"},
{W_QAL, "Requested qualifiers are not supported in hardware"},
{0, NULL}
};
struct lsi_error lsi_error_table[] =
{
{E_BPT, "No such breakpoint number"},
{E_RGE, "Range is not supported"},
{E_QAL, "The requested qualifiers can not be used"},
{E_OUT, "Out of hardware resources"},
{E_NON, "Hardware breakpoint not supported"},
{0, NULL}
};
/* Set to 1 with the 'set monitor-warnings' command to enable printing
of warnings returned by PMON when hardware breakpoints are used. */
static int monitor_warnings;
/* This is the ptid we use while we're connected to the remote. Its
value is arbitrary, as the remote-mips target doesn't have a notion of
processes or threads, but we need something non-null to place in
inferior_ptid. */
static ptid_t remote_mips_ptid;
/* Close any ports which might be open. Reset certain globals indicating
the state of those ports. */
static void
close_ports (void)
{
mips_is_open = 0;
serial_close (mips_desc);
if (udp_in_use)
{
serial_close (udp_desc);
udp_in_use = 0;
}
tftp_in_use = 0;
}
/* Handle low-level error that we can't recover from. Note that just
error()ing out from target_wait or some such low-level place will cause
all hell to break loose--the rest of GDB will tend to get left in an
inconsistent state. */
static void ATTRIBUTE_NORETURN
mips_error (char *string,...)
{
va_list args;
va_start (args, string);
target_terminal_ours ();
wrap_here (""); /* Force out any buffered output. */
gdb_flush (gdb_stdout);
if (error_pre_print)
fputs_filtered (error_pre_print, gdb_stderr);
vfprintf_filtered (gdb_stderr, string, args);
fprintf_filtered (gdb_stderr, "\n");
va_end (args);
gdb_flush (gdb_stderr);
/* Clean up in such a way that mips_close won't try to talk to the
board (it almost surely won't work since we weren't able to talk to
it). */
close_ports ();
printf_unfiltered ("Ending remote MIPS debugging.\n");
if (!ptid_equal (inferior_ptid, null_ptid))
target_mourn_inferior ();
deprecated_throw_reason (RETURN_ERROR);
}
/* putc_readable - print a character, displaying non-printable chars in
^x notation or in hex. */
static void
fputc_readable (int ch, struct ui_file *file)
{
if (ch == '\n')
fputc_unfiltered ('\n', file);
else if (ch == '\r')
fprintf_unfiltered (file, "\\r");
else if (ch < 0x20) /* ASCII control character */
fprintf_unfiltered (file, "^%c", ch + '@');
else if (ch >= 0x7f) /* non-ASCII characters (rubout or greater) */
fprintf_unfiltered (file, "[%02x]", ch & 0xff);
else
fputc_unfiltered (ch, file);
}
/* puts_readable - print a string, displaying non-printable chars in
^x notation or in hex. */
static void
fputs_readable (const char *string, struct ui_file *file)
{
int c;
while ((c = *string++) != '\0')
fputc_readable (c, file);
}
/* Read P as a hex value. Return true if every character made sense,
storing the result in *RESULT. Leave *RESULT unchanged otherwise. */
static int
read_hex_value (const char *p, ULONGEST *result)
{
ULONGEST retval;
retval = 0;
while (*p != 0)
{
retval <<= 4;
if (*p >= '0' && *p <= '9')
retval |= *p - '0';
else if (*p >= 'A' && *p <= 'F')
retval |= *p - 'A' + 10;
else if (*p >= 'a' && *p <= 'f')
retval |= *p - 'a' + 10;
else
return 0;
p++;
}
*result = retval;
return 1;
}
/* Wait until STRING shows up in mips_desc. Returns 1 if successful, else 0 if
timed out. TIMEOUT specifies timeout value in seconds. */
static int
mips_expect_timeout (const char *string, int timeout)
{
const char *p = string;
if (remote_debug)
{
fprintf_unfiltered (gdb_stdlog, "Expected \"");
fputs_readable (string, gdb_stdlog);
fprintf_unfiltered (gdb_stdlog, "\", got \"");
}
immediate_quit++;
while (1)
{
int c;
/* Must use serial_readchar() here cuz mips_readchar would get
confused if we were waiting for the mips_monitor_prompt... */
c = serial_readchar (mips_desc, timeout);
if (c == SERIAL_TIMEOUT)
{
if (remote_debug)
fprintf_unfiltered (gdb_stdlog, "\": FAIL\n");
return 0;
}
if (remote_debug)
fputc_readable (c, gdb_stdlog);
if (c == *p++)
{
if (*p == '\0')
{
immediate_quit--;
if (remote_debug)
fprintf_unfiltered (gdb_stdlog, "\": OK\n");
return 1;
}
}
else
{
p = string;
if (c == *p)
p++;
}
}
}
/* Wait until STRING shows up in mips_desc. Returns 1 if successful, else 0 if
timed out. The timeout value is hard-coded to 2 seconds. Use
mips_expect_timeout if a different timeout value is needed. */
static int
mips_expect (const char *string)
{
return mips_expect_timeout (string, remote_timeout);
}
/* Read a character from the remote, aborting on error. Returns
SERIAL_TIMEOUT on timeout (since that's what serial_readchar()
returns). FIXME: If we see the string mips_monitor_prompt from the
board, then we are debugging on the main console port, and we have
somehow dropped out of remote debugging mode. In this case, we
automatically go back in to remote debugging mode. This is a hack,
put in because I can't find any way for a program running on the
remote board to terminate without also ending remote debugging
mode. I assume users won't have any trouble with this; for one
thing, the IDT documentation generally assumes that the remote
debugging port is not the console port. This is, however, very
convenient for DejaGnu when you only have one connected serial
port. */
static int
mips_readchar (int timeout)
{
int ch;
static int state = 0;
int mips_monitor_prompt_len = strlen (mips_monitor_prompt);
{ /* FIXME this whole block is dead code! */
int i;
i = timeout;
if (i == -1 && watchdog > 0)
i = watchdog;
}
if (state == mips_monitor_prompt_len)
timeout = 1;
ch = serial_readchar (mips_desc, timeout);
if (ch == SERIAL_TIMEOUT && timeout == -1) /* Watchdog went off. */
{
target_mourn_inferior ();
error (_("Watchdog has expired. Target detached."));
}
if (ch == SERIAL_EOF)
mips_error (_("End of file from remote"));
if (ch == SERIAL_ERROR)
mips_error (_("Error reading from remote: %s"), safe_strerror (errno));
if (remote_debug > 1)
{
/* Don't use _filtered; we can't deal with a QUIT out of
target_wait, and I think this might be called from there. */
if (ch != SERIAL_TIMEOUT)
fprintf_unfiltered (gdb_stdlog, "Read '%c' %d 0x%x\n", ch, ch, ch);
else
fprintf_unfiltered (gdb_stdlog, "Timed out in read\n");
}
/* If we have seen mips_monitor_prompt and we either time out, or
we see a @ (which was echoed from a packet we sent), reset the
board as described above. The first character in a packet after
the SYN (which is not echoed) is always an @ unless the packet is
more than 64 characters long, which ours never are. */
if ((ch == SERIAL_TIMEOUT || ch == '@')
&& state == mips_monitor_prompt_len
&& !mips_initializing
&& !mips_exiting)
{
if (remote_debug > 0)
/* Don't use _filtered; we can't deal with a QUIT out of
target_wait, and I think this might be called from there. */
fprintf_unfiltered (gdb_stdlog,
"Reinitializing MIPS debugging mode\n");
mips_need_reply = 0;
mips_initialize ();
state = 0;
/* At this point, about the only thing we can do is abort the command
in progress and get back to command level as quickly as possible. */
error (_("Remote board reset, debug protocol re-initialized."));
}
if (ch == mips_monitor_prompt[state])
++state;
else
state = 0;
return ch;
}
/* Get a packet header, putting the data in the supplied buffer.
PGARBAGE is a pointer to the number of garbage characters received
so far. CH is the last character received. Returns 0 for success,
or -1 for timeout. */
static int
mips_receive_header (unsigned char *hdr, int *pgarbage, int ch, int timeout)
{
int i;
while (1)
{
/* Wait for a SYN. mips_syn_garbage is intended to prevent
sitting here indefinitely if the board sends us one garbage
character per second. ch may already have a value from the
last time through the loop. */
while (ch != SYN)
{
ch = mips_readchar (timeout);
if (ch == SERIAL_TIMEOUT)
return -1;
if (ch != SYN)
{
/* Printing the character here lets the user of gdb see
what the program is outputting, if the debugging is
being done on the console port. Don't use _filtered:
we can't deal with a QUIT out of target_wait and
buffered target output confuses the user. */
if (!mips_initializing || remote_debug > 0)
{
if (isprint (ch) || isspace (ch))
{
fputc_unfiltered (ch, gdb_stdtarg);
}
else
{
fputc_readable (ch, gdb_stdtarg);
}
gdb_flush (gdb_stdtarg);
}
/* Only count unprintable characters. */
if (! (isprint (ch) || isspace (ch)))
(*pgarbage) += 1;
if (mips_syn_garbage > 0
&& *pgarbage > mips_syn_garbage)
mips_error (_("Debug protocol failure: more "
"than %d characters before a sync."),
mips_syn_garbage);
}
}
/* Get the packet header following the SYN. */
for (i = 1; i < HDR_LENGTH; i++)
{
ch = mips_readchar (timeout);
if (ch == SERIAL_TIMEOUT)
return -1;
/* Make sure this is a header byte. */
if (ch == SYN || !HDR_CHECK (ch))
break;
hdr[i] = ch;
}
/* If we got the complete header, we can return. Otherwise we
loop around and keep looking for SYN. */
if (i >= HDR_LENGTH)
return 0;
}
}
/* Get a packet header, putting the data in the supplied buffer.
PGARBAGE is a pointer to the number of garbage characters received
so far. The last character read is returned in *PCH. Returns 0
for success, -1 for timeout, -2 for error. */
static int
mips_receive_trailer (unsigned char *trlr, int *pgarbage,
int *pch, int timeout)
{
int i;
int ch;
for (i = 0; i < TRLR_LENGTH; i++)
{
ch = mips_readchar (timeout);
*pch = ch;
if (ch == SERIAL_TIMEOUT)
return -1;
if (!TRLR_CHECK (ch))
return -2;
trlr[i] = ch;
}
return 0;
}
/* Get the checksum of a packet. HDR points to the packet header.
DATA points to the packet data. LEN is the length of DATA. */
static int
mips_cksum (const unsigned char *hdr, const unsigned char *data, int len)
{
const unsigned char *p;
int c;
int cksum;
cksum = 0;
/* The initial SYN is not included in the checksum. */
c = HDR_LENGTH - 1;
p = hdr + 1;
while (c-- != 0)
cksum += *p++;
c = len;
p = data;
while (c-- != 0)
cksum += *p++;
return cksum;
}
/* Send a packet containing the given ASCII string. */
static void
mips_send_packet (const char *s, int get_ack)
{
/* unsigned */ int len;
unsigned char *packet;
int cksum;
int try;
len = strlen (s);
if (len > DATA_MAXLEN)
mips_error (_("MIPS protocol data packet too long: %s"), s);
packet = (unsigned char *) alloca (HDR_LENGTH + len + TRLR_LENGTH + 1);
packet[HDR_INDX_SYN] = HDR_SET_SYN (1, len, mips_send_seq);
packet[HDR_INDX_TYPE_LEN] = HDR_SET_TYPE_LEN (1, len, mips_send_seq);
packet[HDR_INDX_LEN1] = HDR_SET_LEN1 (1, len, mips_send_seq);
packet[HDR_INDX_SEQ] = HDR_SET_SEQ (1, len, mips_send_seq);
memcpy (packet + HDR_LENGTH, s, len);
cksum = mips_cksum (packet, packet + HDR_LENGTH, len);
packet[HDR_LENGTH + len + TRLR_INDX_CSUM1] = TRLR_SET_CSUM1 (cksum);
packet[HDR_LENGTH + len + TRLR_INDX_CSUM2] = TRLR_SET_CSUM2 (cksum);
packet[HDR_LENGTH + len + TRLR_INDX_CSUM3] = TRLR_SET_CSUM3 (cksum);
/* Increment the sequence number. This will set mips_send_seq to
the sequence number we expect in the acknowledgement. */
mips_send_seq = (mips_send_seq + 1) % SEQ_MODULOS;
/* We can only have one outstanding data packet, so we just wait for
the acknowledgement here. Keep retransmitting the packet until
we get one, or until we've tried too many times. */
for (try = 0; try < mips_send_retries; try++)
{
int garbage;
int ch;
if (remote_debug > 0)
{
/* Don't use _filtered; we can't deal with a QUIT out of
target_wait, and I think this might be called from there. */
packet[HDR_LENGTH + len + TRLR_LENGTH] = '\0';
fprintf_unfiltered (gdb_stdlog, "Writing \"%s\"\n", packet + 1);
}
if (serial_write (mips_desc, packet,
HDR_LENGTH + len + TRLR_LENGTH) != 0)
mips_error (_("write to target failed: %s"), safe_strerror (errno));
if (!get_ack)
return;
garbage = 0;
ch = 0;
while (1)
{
unsigned char hdr[HDR_LENGTH + 1];
unsigned char trlr[TRLR_LENGTH + 1];
int err;
unsigned int seq;
/* Get the packet header. If we time out, resend the data
packet. */
err = mips_receive_header (hdr, &garbage, ch, mips_retransmit_wait);
if (err != 0)
break;
ch = 0;
/* If we get a data packet, assume it is a duplicate and
ignore it. FIXME: If the acknowledgement is lost, this
data packet may be the packet the remote sends after the
acknowledgement. */
if (HDR_IS_DATA (hdr))
{
int i;
/* Ignore any errors raised whilst attempting to ignore
packet. */
len = HDR_GET_LEN (hdr);
for (i = 0; i < len; i++)
{
int rch;
rch = mips_readchar (remote_timeout);
if (rch == SYN)
{
ch = SYN;
break;
}
if (rch == SERIAL_TIMEOUT)
break;
/* Ignore the character. */
}
if (i == len)
(void) mips_receive_trailer (trlr, &garbage, &ch,
remote_timeout);
/* We don't bother checking the checksum, or providing an
ACK to the packet. */
continue;
}
/* If the length is not 0, this is a garbled packet. */
if (HDR_GET_LEN (hdr) != 0)
continue;
/* Get the packet trailer. */
err = mips_receive_trailer (trlr, &garbage, &ch,
mips_retransmit_wait);
/* If we timed out, resend the data packet. */
if (err == -1)
break;
/* If we got a bad character, reread the header. */
if (err != 0)
continue;
/* If the checksum does not match the trailer checksum, this
is a bad packet; ignore it. */
if (mips_cksum (hdr, (unsigned char *) NULL, 0)
!= TRLR_GET_CKSUM (trlr))
continue;
if (remote_debug > 0)
{
hdr[HDR_LENGTH] = '\0';
trlr[TRLR_LENGTH] = '\0';
/* Don't use _filtered; we can't deal with a QUIT out of
target_wait, and I think this might be called from there. */
fprintf_unfiltered (gdb_stdlog, "Got ack %d \"%s%s\"\n",
HDR_GET_SEQ (hdr), hdr + 1, trlr);
}
/* If this ack is for the current packet, we're done. */
seq = HDR_GET_SEQ (hdr);
if (seq == mips_send_seq)
return;
/* If this ack is for the last packet, resend the current
packet. */
if ((seq + 1) % SEQ_MODULOS == mips_send_seq)
break;
/* Otherwise this is a bad ack; ignore it. Increment the
garbage count to ensure that we do not stay in this loop
forever. */
++garbage;
}
}
mips_error (_("Remote did not acknowledge packet"));
}
/* Receive and acknowledge a packet, returning the data in BUFF (which
should be DATA_MAXLEN + 1 bytes). The protocol documentation
implies that only the sender retransmits packets, so this code just
waits silently for a packet. It returns the length of the received
packet. If THROW_ERROR is nonzero, call error() on errors. If not,
don't print an error message and return -1. */
static int
mips_receive_packet (char *buff, int throw_error, int timeout)
{
int ch;
int garbage;
int len;
unsigned char ack[HDR_LENGTH + TRLR_LENGTH + 1];
int cksum;
ch = 0;
garbage = 0;
while (1)
{
unsigned char hdr[HDR_LENGTH];
unsigned char trlr[TRLR_LENGTH];
int i;
int err;
if (mips_receive_header (hdr, &garbage, ch, timeout) != 0)
{
if (throw_error)
mips_error (_("Timed out waiting for remote packet"));
else
return -1;
}
ch = 0;
/* An acknowledgement is probably a duplicate; ignore it. */
if (!HDR_IS_DATA (hdr))
{
len = HDR_GET_LEN (hdr);
/* Check if the length is valid for an ACK, we may aswell
try and read the remainder of the packet: */
if (len == 0)
{
/* Ignore the error condition, since we are going to
ignore the packet anyway. */
(void) mips_receive_trailer (trlr, &garbage, &ch, timeout);
}
/* Don't use _filtered; we can't deal with a QUIT out of
target_wait, and I think this might be called from there. */
if (remote_debug > 0)
fprintf_unfiltered (gdb_stdlog, "Ignoring unexpected ACK\n");
continue;
}
len = HDR_GET_LEN (hdr);
for (i = 0; i < len; i++)
{
int rch;
rch = mips_readchar (timeout);
if (rch == SYN)
{
ch = SYN;
break;
}
if (rch == SERIAL_TIMEOUT)
{
if (throw_error)
mips_error (_("Timed out waiting for remote packet"));
else
return -1;
}
buff[i] = rch;
}
if (i < len)
{
/* Don't use _filtered; we can't deal with a QUIT out of
target_wait, and I think this might be called from there. */
if (remote_debug > 0)
fprintf_unfiltered (gdb_stdlog,
"Got new SYN after %d chars (wanted %d)\n",
i, len);
continue;
}
err = mips_receive_trailer (trlr, &garbage, &ch, timeout);
if (err == -1)
{
if (throw_error)
mips_error (_("Timed out waiting for packet"));
else
return -1;
}
if (err == -2)
{
/* Don't use _filtered; we can't deal with a QUIT out of
target_wait, and I think this might be called from there. */
if (remote_debug > 0)
fprintf_unfiltered (gdb_stdlog, "Got SYN when wanted trailer\n");
continue;
}
/* If this is the wrong sequence number, ignore it. */
if (HDR_GET_SEQ (hdr) != mips_receive_seq)
{
/* Don't use _filtered; we can't deal with a QUIT out of
target_wait, and I think this might be called from there. */
if (remote_debug > 0)
fprintf_unfiltered (gdb_stdlog,
"Ignoring sequence number %d (want %d)\n",
HDR_GET_SEQ (hdr), mips_receive_seq);
continue;
}
if (mips_cksum (hdr, buff, len) == TRLR_GET_CKSUM (trlr))
break;
if (remote_debug > 0)
/* Don't use _filtered; we can't deal with a QUIT out of
target_wait, and I think this might be called from there. */
printf_unfiltered ("Bad checksum; data %d, trailer %d\n",
mips_cksum (hdr, buff, len),
TRLR_GET_CKSUM (trlr));
/* The checksum failed. Send an acknowledgement for the
previous packet to tell the remote to resend the packet. */
ack[HDR_INDX_SYN] = HDR_SET_SYN (0, 0, mips_receive_seq);
ack[HDR_INDX_TYPE_LEN] = HDR_SET_TYPE_LEN (0, 0, mips_receive_seq);
ack[HDR_INDX_LEN1] = HDR_SET_LEN1 (0, 0, mips_receive_seq);
ack[HDR_INDX_SEQ] = HDR_SET_SEQ (0, 0, mips_receive_seq);
cksum = mips_cksum (ack, (unsigned char *) NULL, 0);
ack[HDR_LENGTH + TRLR_INDX_CSUM1] = TRLR_SET_CSUM1 (cksum);
ack[HDR_LENGTH + TRLR_INDX_CSUM2] = TRLR_SET_CSUM2 (cksum);
ack[HDR_LENGTH + TRLR_INDX_CSUM3] = TRLR_SET_CSUM3 (cksum);
if (remote_debug > 0)
{
ack[HDR_LENGTH + TRLR_LENGTH] = '\0';
/* Don't use _filtered; we can't deal with a QUIT out of
target_wait, and I think this might be called from there. */
printf_unfiltered ("Writing ack %d \"%s\"\n", mips_receive_seq,
ack + 1);
}
if (serial_write (mips_desc, ack, HDR_LENGTH + TRLR_LENGTH) != 0)
{
if (throw_error)
mips_error (_("write to target failed: %s"),
safe_strerror (errno));
else
return -1;
}
}
if (remote_debug > 0)
{
buff[len] = '\0';
/* Don't use _filtered; we can't deal with a QUIT out of
target_wait, and I think this might be called from there. */
printf_unfiltered ("Got packet \"%s\"\n", buff);
}
/* We got the packet. Send an acknowledgement. */
mips_receive_seq = (mips_receive_seq + 1) % SEQ_MODULOS;
ack[HDR_INDX_SYN] = HDR_SET_SYN (0, 0, mips_receive_seq);
ack[HDR_INDX_TYPE_LEN] = HDR_SET_TYPE_LEN (0, 0, mips_receive_seq);
ack[HDR_INDX_LEN1] = HDR_SET_LEN1 (0, 0, mips_receive_seq);
ack[HDR_INDX_SEQ] = HDR_SET_SEQ (0, 0, mips_receive_seq);
cksum = mips_cksum (ack, (unsigned char *) NULL, 0);
ack[HDR_LENGTH + TRLR_INDX_CSUM1] = TRLR_SET_CSUM1 (cksum);
ack[HDR_LENGTH + TRLR_INDX_CSUM2] = TRLR_SET_CSUM2 (cksum);
ack[HDR_LENGTH + TRLR_INDX_CSUM3] = TRLR_SET_CSUM3 (cksum);
if (remote_debug > 0)
{
ack[HDR_LENGTH + TRLR_LENGTH] = '\0';
/* Don't use _filtered; we can't deal with a QUIT out of
target_wait, and I think this might be called from there. */
printf_unfiltered ("Writing ack %d \"%s\"\n", mips_receive_seq,
ack + 1);
}
if (serial_write (mips_desc, ack, HDR_LENGTH + TRLR_LENGTH) != 0)
{
if (throw_error)
mips_error (_("write to target failed: %s"), safe_strerror (errno));
else
return -1;
}
return len;
}
/* Optionally send a request to the remote system and optionally wait
for the reply. This implements the remote debugging protocol,
which is built on top of the packet protocol defined above. Each
request has an ADDR argument and a DATA argument. The following
requests are defined:
\0 don't send a request; just wait for a reply
i read word from instruction space at ADDR
d read word from data space at ADDR
I write DATA to instruction space at ADDR
D write DATA to data space at ADDR
r read register number ADDR
R set register number ADDR to value DATA
c continue execution (if ADDR != 1, set pc to ADDR)
s single step (if ADDR != 1, set pc to ADDR)
The read requests return the value requested. The write requests
return the previous value in the changed location. The execution
requests return a UNIX wait value (the approximate signal which
caused execution to stop is in the upper eight bits).
If PERR is not NULL, this function waits for a reply. If an error
occurs, it sets *PERR to 1 and sets errno according to what the
target board reports. */
static ULONGEST
mips_request (int cmd,
ULONGEST addr,
ULONGEST data,
int *perr,
int timeout,
char *buff)
{
int addr_size = gdbarch_addr_bit (target_gdbarch) / 8;
char myBuff[DATA_MAXLEN + 1];
char response_string[17];
int len;
int rpid;
char rcmd;
int rerrflg;
ULONGEST rresponse;
if (buff == (char *) NULL)
buff = myBuff;
if (cmd != '\0')
{
if (mips_need_reply)
internal_error (__FILE__, __LINE__,
_("mips_request: Trying to send "
"command before reply"));
/* 'T' sets a register to a 64-bit value, so make sure we use
the right conversion function. */
if (cmd == 'T')
sprintf (buff, "0x0 %c 0x%s 0x%s", cmd,
phex_nz (addr, addr_size), phex_nz (data, 8));
else
sprintf (buff, "0x0 %c 0x%s 0x%s", cmd,
phex_nz (addr, addr_size), phex_nz (data, addr_size));
mips_send_packet (buff, 1);
mips_need_reply = 1;
}
if (perr == (int *) NULL)
return 0;
if (!mips_need_reply)
internal_error (__FILE__, __LINE__,
_("mips_request: Trying to get reply before command"));
mips_need_reply = 0;
len = mips_receive_packet (buff, 1, timeout);
buff[len] = '\0';
if (sscanf (buff, "0x%x %c 0x%x 0x%16s",
&rpid, &rcmd, &rerrflg, response_string) != 4
|| !read_hex_value (response_string, &rresponse)
|| (cmd != '\0' && rcmd != cmd))
mips_error (_("Bad response from remote board"));
if (rerrflg != 0)
{
*perr = 1;
/* FIXME: This will returns MIPS errno numbers, which may or may
not be the same as errno values used on other systems. If
they stick to common errno values, they will be the same, but
if they don't, they must be translated. */
errno = rresponse;
return 0;
}
*perr = 0;
return rresponse;
}
/* Cleanup associated with mips_initialize(). */
static void
mips_initialize_cleanups (void *arg)
{
mips_initializing = 0;
}
/* Cleanup associated with mips_exit_debug(). */
static void
mips_exit_cleanups (void *arg)
{
mips_exiting = 0;
}
/* Send a command and wait for that command to be echoed back. Wait,
too, for the following prompt. */
static void
mips_send_command (const char *cmd, int prompt)
{
serial_write (mips_desc, cmd, strlen (cmd));
mips_expect (cmd);
mips_expect ("\n");
if (prompt)
mips_expect (mips_monitor_prompt);
}
/* Enter remote (dbx) debug mode: */
static void
mips_enter_debug (void)
{
/* Reset the sequence numbers, ready for the new debug sequence: */
mips_send_seq = 0;
mips_receive_seq = 0;
if (mips_monitor != MON_IDT)
mips_send_command ("debug\r", 0);
else /* Assume IDT monitor by default. */
mips_send_command ("db tty0\r", 0);
gdb_usleep (1000000);
serial_write (mips_desc, "\r", sizeof "\r" - 1);
/* We don't need to absorb any spurious characters here, since the
mips_receive_header will eat up a reasonable number of characters
whilst looking for the SYN, however this avoids the "garbage"
being displayed to the user. */
if (mips_monitor != MON_IDT)
mips_expect ("\r");
{
char buff[DATA_MAXLEN + 1];
if (mips_receive_packet (buff, 1, 3) < 0)
mips_error (_("Failed to initialize (didn't receive packet)."));
}
}
/* Exit remote (dbx) debug mode, returning to the monitor prompt: */
static int
mips_exit_debug (void)
{
int err;
struct cleanup *old_cleanups = make_cleanup (mips_exit_cleanups, NULL);
mips_exiting = 1;
if (mips_monitor != MON_IDT && mips_monitor != MON_ROCKHOPPER)
{
/* The DDB (NEC) and MiniRISC (LSI) versions of PMON exit immediately,
so we do not get a reply to this command: */
mips_request ('x', 0, 0, NULL, mips_receive_wait, NULL);
mips_need_reply = 0;
if (!mips_expect (" break!"))
return -1;
}
else
mips_request ('x', 0, 0, &err, mips_receive_wait, NULL);
if (!mips_expect (mips_monitor_prompt))
return -1;
do_cleanups (old_cleanups);
return 0;
}
/* Initialize a new connection to the MIPS board, and make sure we are
really connected. */
static void
mips_initialize (void)
{
int err;
struct cleanup *old_cleanups = make_cleanup (mips_initialize_cleanups, NULL);
int j;
/* What is this code doing here? I don't see any way it can happen, and
it might mean mips_initializing didn't get cleared properly.
So I'll make it a warning. */
if (mips_initializing)
{
warning (_("internal error: mips_initialize called twice"));
return;
}
mips_wait_flag = 0;
mips_initializing = 1;
/* At this point, the packit protocol isn't responding. We'll try getting
into the monitor, and restarting the protocol. */
/* Force the system into the monitor. After this we *should* be at
the mips_monitor_prompt. */
if (mips_monitor != MON_IDT)
j = 0; /* Start by checking if we are already
at the prompt. */
else
j = 1; /* Start by sending a break. */
for (; j <= 4; j++)
{
switch (j)
{
case 0: /* First, try sending a CR. */
serial_flush_input (mips_desc);
serial_write (mips_desc, "\r", 1);
break;
case 1: /* First, try sending a break. */
serial_send_break (mips_desc);
break;
case 2: /* Then, try a ^C. */
serial_write (mips_desc, "\003", 1);
break;
case 3: /* Then, try escaping from download. */
{
if (mips_monitor != MON_IDT)
{
char tbuff[7];
/* We shouldn't need to send multiple termination
sequences, since the target performs line (or
block) reads, and then processes those
packets. In-case we were downloading a large packet
we flush the output buffer before inserting a
termination sequence. */
serial_flush_output (mips_desc);
sprintf (tbuff, "\r/E/E\r");
serial_write (mips_desc, tbuff, 6);
}
else
{
char srec[10];
int i;
/* We are possibly in binary download mode, having
aborted in the middle of an S-record. ^C won't
work because of binary mode. The only reliable way
out is to send enough termination packets (8 bytes)
to fill up and then overflow the largest size
S-record (255 bytes in this case). This amounts to
256/8 + 1 packets. */
mips_make_srec (srec, '7', 0, NULL, 0);
for (i = 1; i <= 33; i++)
{
serial_write (mips_desc, srec, 8);
if (serial_readchar (mips_desc, 0) >= 0)
break; /* Break immediatly if we get something from
the board. */
}
}
}
break;
case 4:
mips_error (_("Failed to initialize."));
}
if (mips_expect (mips_monitor_prompt))
break;
}
if (mips_monitor != MON_IDT)
{
/* Sometimes PMON ignores the first few characters in the first
command sent after a load. Sending a blank command gets
around that. */
mips_send_command ("\r", -1);
/* Ensure the correct target state: */
if (mips_monitor != MON_LSI)
mips_send_command ("set regsize 64\r", -1);
mips_send_command ("set hostport tty0\r", -1);
mips_send_command ("set brkcmd \"\"\r", -1);
/* Delete all the current breakpoints: */
mips_send_command ("db *\r", -1);
/* NOTE: PMON does not have breakpoint support through the
"debug" mode, only at the monitor command-line. */
}
mips_enter_debug ();
/* Clear all breakpoints: */
if ((mips_monitor == MON_IDT
&& mips_clear_breakpoint (-1, 0, BREAK_UNUSED) == 0)
|| mips_monitor == MON_LSI)
monitor_supports_breakpoints = 1;
else
monitor_supports_breakpoints = 0;
do_cleanups (old_cleanups);
/* If this doesn't call error, we have connected; we don't care if
the request itself succeeds or fails. */
mips_request ('r', 0, 0, &err, mips_receive_wait, NULL);
}
/* Open a connection to the remote board. */
static void
common_open (struct target_ops *ops, char *name, int from_tty,
enum mips_monitor_type new_monitor,
const char *new_monitor_prompt)
{
char *serial_port_name;
char *remote_name = 0;
char *local_name = 0;
char **argv;
if (name == 0)
error (_("\
To open a MIPS remote debugging connection, you need to specify what\n\
serial device is attached to the target board (e.g., /dev/ttya).\n\
If you want to use TFTP to download to the board, specify the name of a\n\
temporary file to be used by GDB for downloads as the second argument.\n\
This filename must be in the form host:filename, where host is the name\n\
of the host running the TFTP server, and the file must be readable by the\n\
world. If the local name of the temporary file differs from the name as\n\
seen from the board via TFTP, specify that name as the third parameter.\n"));
/* Parse the serial port name, the optional TFTP name, and the
optional local TFTP name. */
argv = gdb_buildargv (name);
make_cleanup_freeargv (argv);
serial_port_name = xstrdup (argv[0]);
if (argv[1]) /* Remote TFTP name specified? */
{
remote_name = argv[1];
if (argv[2]) /* Local TFTP filename specified? */
local_name = argv[2];
}
target_preopen (from_tty);
if (mips_is_open)
unpush_target (current_ops);
/* Open and initialize the serial port. */
mips_desc = serial_open (serial_port_name);
if (mips_desc == NULL)
perror_with_name (serial_port_name);
if (baud_rate != -1)
{
if (serial_setbaudrate (mips_desc, baud_rate))
{
serial_close (mips_desc);
perror_with_name (serial_port_name);
}
}
serial_raw (mips_desc);
/* Open and initialize the optional download port. If it is in the form
hostname#portnumber, it's a UDP socket. If it is in the form
hostname:filename, assume it's the TFTP filename that must be
passed to the DDB board to tell it where to get the load file. */
if (remote_name)
{
if (strchr (remote_name, '#'))
{
udp_desc = serial_open (remote_name);
if (!udp_desc)
perror_with_name (_("Unable to open UDP port"));
udp_in_use = 1;
}
else
{
/* Save the remote and local names of the TFTP temp file. If
the user didn't specify a local name, assume it's the same
as the part of the remote name after the "host:". */
if (tftp_name)
xfree (tftp_name);
if (tftp_localname)
xfree (tftp_localname);
if (local_name == NULL)
if ((local_name = strchr (remote_name, ':')) != NULL)
local_name++; /* Skip over the colon. */
if (local_name == NULL)
local_name = remote_name; /* Local name same as remote name. */
tftp_name = xstrdup (remote_name);
tftp_localname = xstrdup (local_name);
tftp_in_use = 1;
}
}
current_ops = ops;
mips_is_open = 1;
/* Reset the expected monitor prompt if it's never been set before. */
if (mips_monitor_prompt == NULL)
mips_monitor_prompt = xstrdup (new_monitor_prompt);
mips_monitor = new_monitor;
mips_initialize ();
if (from_tty)
printf_unfiltered ("Remote MIPS debugging using %s\n", serial_port_name);
/* Switch to using remote target now. */
push_target (ops);
inferior_ptid = remote_mips_ptid;
inferior_appeared (current_inferior (), ptid_get_pid (inferior_ptid));
add_thread_silent (inferior_ptid);
/* Try to figure out the processor model if possible. */
deprecated_mips_set_processor_regs_hack ();
/* This is really the job of start_remote however, that makes an
assumption that the target is about to print out a status message
of some sort. That doesn't happen here (in fact, it may not be
possible to get the monitor to send the appropriate packet). */
reinit_frame_cache ();
registers_changed ();
stop_pc = regcache_read_pc (get_current_regcache ());
print_stack_frame (get_selected_frame (NULL), 0, SRC_AND_LOC);
xfree (serial_port_name);
}
/* Open a connection to an IDT board. */
static void
mips_open (char *name, int from_tty)
{
const char *monitor_prompt = NULL;
if (gdbarch_bfd_arch_info (target_gdbarch) != NULL
&& gdbarch_bfd_arch_info (target_gdbarch)->arch == bfd_arch_mips)
{
switch (gdbarch_bfd_arch_info (target_gdbarch)->mach)
{
case bfd_mach_mips4100:
case bfd_mach_mips4300:
case bfd_mach_mips4600:
case bfd_mach_mips4650:
case bfd_mach_mips5000:
monitor_prompt = "<RISQ> ";
break;
}
}
if (monitor_prompt == NULL)
monitor_prompt = "<IDT>";
common_open (&mips_ops, name, from_tty, MON_IDT, monitor_prompt);
}
/* Open a connection to a PMON board. */
static void
pmon_open (char *name, int from_tty)
{
common_open (&pmon_ops, name, from_tty, MON_PMON, "PMON> ");
}
/* Open a connection to a DDB board. */
static void
ddb_open (char *name, int from_tty)
{
common_open (&ddb_ops, name, from_tty, MON_DDB, "NEC010>");
}
/* Open a connection to a rockhopper board. */
static void
rockhopper_open (char *name, int from_tty)
{
common_open (&rockhopper_ops, name, from_tty, MON_ROCKHOPPER, "NEC01>");
}
/* Open a connection to an LSI board. */
static void
lsi_open (char *name, int from_tty)
{
int i;
/* Clear the LSI breakpoint table. */
for (i = 0; i < MAX_LSI_BREAKPOINTS; i++)
lsi_breakpoints[i].type = BREAK_UNUSED;
common_open (&lsi_ops, name, from_tty, MON_LSI, "PMON> ");
}
/* Close a connection to the remote board. */
static void
mips_close (int quitting)
{
if (mips_is_open)
{
/* Get the board out of remote debugging mode. */
(void) mips_exit_debug ();
close_ports ();
}
generic_mourn_inferior ();
}
/* Detach from the remote board. */
static void
mips_detach (struct target_ops *ops, char *args, int from_tty)
{
if (args)
error (_("Argument given to \"detach\" when remotely debugging."));
pop_target ();
mips_close (1);
if (from_tty)
printf_unfiltered ("Ending remote MIPS debugging.\n");
}
/* Tell the target board to resume. This does not wait for a reply
from the board, except in the case of single-stepping on LSI boards,
where PMON does return a reply. */
static void
mips_resume (struct target_ops *ops,
ptid_t ptid, int step, enum gdb_signal siggnal)
{
int err;
/* LSI PMON requires returns a reply packet "0x1 s 0x0 0x57f" after
a single step, so we wait for that. */
mips_request (step ? 's' : 'c', 1, siggnal,
mips_monitor == MON_LSI && step ? &err : (int *) NULL,
mips_receive_wait, NULL);
}
/* Return the signal corresponding to SIG, where SIG is the number which
the MIPS protocol uses for the signal. */
static enum gdb_signal
mips_signal_from_protocol (int sig)
{
/* We allow a few more signals than the IDT board actually returns, on
the theory that there is at least *some* hope that perhaps the numbering
for these signals is widely agreed upon. */
if (sig <= 0
|| sig > 31)
return GDB_SIGNAL_UNKNOWN;
/* Don't want to use gdb_signal_from_host because we are converting
from MIPS signal numbers, not host ones. Our internal numbers
match the MIPS numbers for the signals the board can return, which
are: SIGINT, SIGSEGV, SIGBUS, SIGILL, SIGFPE, SIGTRAP. */
return (enum gdb_signal) sig;
}
/* Set the register designated by REGNO to the value designated by VALUE. */
static void
mips_set_register (int regno, ULONGEST value)
{
char buf[MAX_REGISTER_SIZE];
struct regcache *regcache = get_current_regcache ();
struct gdbarch *gdbarch = get_regcache_arch (regcache);
enum bfd_endian byte_order = gdbarch_byte_order (gdbarch);
/* We got the number the register holds, but gdb expects to see a
value in the target byte ordering. */
if (mips_monitor != MON_ROCKHOPPER
&& (regno == mips_regnum (gdbarch)->pc || regno < 32))
/* Some 64-bit boards have monitors that only send the bottom 32 bits.
In such cases we can only really debug 32-bit code properly so,
when reading a GPR or the PC, assume that the full 64-bit
value is the sign extension of the lower 32 bits. */
store_signed_integer (buf, register_size (gdbarch, regno), byte_order,
value);
else
store_unsigned_integer (buf, register_size (gdbarch, regno), byte_order,
value);
regcache_raw_supply (regcache, regno, buf);
}
/* Wait until the remote stops, and return a wait status. */
static ptid_t
mips_wait (struct target_ops *ops,
ptid_t ptid, struct target_waitstatus *status, int options)
{
int rstatus;
int err;
char buff[DATA_MAXLEN];
ULONGEST rpc, rfp, rsp;
char pc_string[17], fp_string[17], sp_string[17], flags[20];
int nfields;
interrupt_count = 0;
hit_watchpoint = 0;
/* If we have not sent a single step or continue command, then the
board is waiting for us to do something. Return a status
indicating that it is stopped. */
if (!mips_need_reply)
{
status->kind = TARGET_WAITKIND_STOPPED;
status->value.sig = GDB_SIGNAL_TRAP;
return inferior_ptid;
}
/* No timeout; we sit here as long as the program continues to execute. */
mips_wait_flag = 1;
rstatus = mips_request ('\000', 0, 0, &err, -1, buff);
mips_wait_flag = 0;
if (err)
mips_error (_("Remote failure: %s"), safe_strerror (errno));
/* On returning from a continue, the PMON monitor seems to start
echoing back the messages we send prior to sending back the
ACK. The code can cope with this, but to try and avoid the
unnecessary serial traffic, and "spurious" characters displayed
to the user, we cheat and reset the debug protocol. The problems
seems to be caused by a check on the number of arguments, and the
command length, within the monitor causing it to echo the command
as a bad packet. */
if (mips_monitor == MON_PMON)
{
mips_exit_debug ();
mips_enter_debug ();
}
/* See if we got back extended status. If so, pick out the pc, fp,
sp, etc... */
nfields = sscanf (buff,
"0x%*x %*c 0x%*x 0x%*x 0x%16s 0x%16s 0x%16s 0x%*x %s",
pc_string, fp_string, sp_string, flags);
if (nfields >= 3
&& read_hex_value (pc_string, &rpc)
&& read_hex_value (fp_string, &rfp)
&& read_hex_value (sp_string, &rsp))
{
struct regcache *regcache = get_current_regcache ();
struct gdbarch *gdbarch = get_regcache_arch (regcache);
mips_set_register (gdbarch_pc_regnum (gdbarch), rpc);
mips_set_register (30, rfp);
mips_set_register (gdbarch_sp_regnum (gdbarch), rsp);
if (nfields == 9)
{
int i;
for (i = 0; i <= 2; i++)
if (flags[i] == 'r' || flags[i] == 'w')
hit_watchpoint = 1;
else if (flags[i] == '\000')
break;
}
}
if (strcmp (target_shortname, "lsi") == 0)
{
#if 0
/* If this is an LSI PMON target, see if we just hit a
hardrdware watchpoint. Right now, PMON doesn't give us
enough information to determine which breakpoint we hit. So
we have to look up the PC in our own table of breakpoints,
and if found, assume it's just a normal instruction fetch
breakpoint, not a data watchpoint. FIXME when PMON provides
some way to tell us what type of breakpoint it is. */
int i;
CORE_ADDR pc = regcache_read_pc (get_current_regcache ());
hit_watchpoint = 1;
for (i = 0; i < MAX_LSI_BREAKPOINTS; i++)
{
if (lsi_breakpoints[i].addr == pc
&& lsi_breakpoints[i].type == BREAK_FETCH)
{
hit_watchpoint = 0;
break;
}
}
#else
/* If a data breakpoint was hit, PMON returns the following packet:
0x1 c 0x0 0x57f 0x1
The return packet from an ordinary breakpoint doesn't have the
extra 0x01 field tacked onto the end. */
if (nfields == 1 && rpc == 1)
hit_watchpoint = 1;
#endif
}
/* NOTE: The following (sig) numbers are defined by PMON:
SPP_SIGTRAP 5 breakpoint
SPP_SIGINT 2
SPP_SIGSEGV 11
SPP_SIGBUS 10
SPP_SIGILL 4
SPP_SIGFPE 8
SPP_SIGTERM 15 */
/* Translate a MIPS waitstatus. We use constants here rather than WTERMSIG
and so on, because the constants we want here are determined by the
MIPS protocol and have nothing to do with what host we are running on. */
if ((rstatus & 0xff) == 0)
{
status->kind = TARGET_WAITKIND_EXITED;
status->value.integer = (((rstatus) >> 8) & 0xff);
}
else if ((rstatus & 0xff) == 0x7f)
{
status->kind = TARGET_WAITKIND_STOPPED;
status->value.sig = mips_signal_from_protocol (((rstatus) >> 8) & 0xff);
/* If the stop PC is in the _exit function, assume
we hit the 'break 0x3ff' instruction in _exit, so this
is not a normal breakpoint. */
if (strcmp (target_shortname, "lsi") == 0)
{
const char *func_name;
CORE_ADDR func_start;
CORE_ADDR pc = regcache_read_pc (get_current_regcache ());
find_pc_partial_function (pc, &func_name, &func_start, NULL);
if (func_name != NULL && strcmp (func_name, "_exit") == 0
&& func_start == pc)
status->kind = TARGET_WAITKIND_EXITED;
}
}
else
{
status->kind = TARGET_WAITKIND_SIGNALLED;
status->value.sig = mips_signal_from_protocol (rstatus & 0x7f);
}
return inferior_ptid;
}
/* We have to map between the register numbers used by gdb and the
register numbers used by the debugging protocol. */
#define REGNO_OFFSET 96
static int
mips_map_regno (struct gdbarch *gdbarch, int regno)
{
if (regno < 32)
return regno;
if (regno >= mips_regnum (gdbarch)->fp0
&& regno < mips_regnum (gdbarch)->fp0 + 32)
return regno - mips_regnum (gdbarch)->fp0 + 32;
else if (regno == mips_regnum (gdbarch)->pc)
return REGNO_OFFSET + 0;
else if (regno == mips_regnum (gdbarch)->cause)
return REGNO_OFFSET + 1;
else if (regno == mips_regnum (gdbarch)->hi)
return REGNO_OFFSET + 2;
else if (regno == mips_regnum (gdbarch)->lo)
return REGNO_OFFSET + 3;
else if (regno == mips_regnum (gdbarch)->fp_control_status)
return REGNO_OFFSET + 4;
else if (regno == mips_regnum (gdbarch)->fp_implementation_revision)
return REGNO_OFFSET + 5;
else
/* FIXME: Is there a way to get the status register? */
return 0;
}
/* Fetch the remote registers. */
static void
mips_fetch_registers (struct target_ops *ops,
struct regcache *regcache, int regno)
{
struct gdbarch *gdbarch = get_regcache_arch (regcache);
enum bfd_endian byte_order = gdbarch_byte_order (gdbarch);
ULONGEST val;
int err;
if (regno == -1)
{
for (regno = 0; regno < gdbarch_num_regs (gdbarch); regno++)
mips_fetch_registers (ops, regcache, regno);
return;
}
if (regno == gdbarch_deprecated_fp_regnum (gdbarch)
|| regno == MIPS_ZERO_REGNUM)
/* gdbarch_deprecated_fp_regnum on the mips is a hack which is just
supposed to read zero (see also mips-nat.c). */
val = 0;
else
{
/* If PMON doesn't support this register, don't waste serial
bandwidth trying to read it. */
int pmon_reg = mips_map_regno (gdbarch, regno);
if (regno != 0 && pmon_reg == 0)
val = 0;
else
{
/* Unfortunately the PMON version in the Vr4300 board has been
compiled without the 64bit register access commands. This
means we cannot get hold of the full register width. */
if (mips_monitor == MON_DDB || mips_monitor == MON_ROCKHOPPER)
val = mips_request ('t', pmon_reg, 0,
&err, mips_receive_wait, NULL);
else
val = mips_request ('r', pmon_reg, 0,
&err, mips_receive_wait, NULL);
if (err)
mips_error (_("Can't read register %d: %s"), regno,
safe_strerror (errno));
}
}
mips_set_register (regno, val);
}
/* Prepare to store registers. The MIPS protocol can store individual
registers, so this function doesn't have to do anything. */
static void
mips_prepare_to_store (struct regcache *regcache)
{
}
/* Store remote register(s). */
static void
mips_store_registers (struct target_ops *ops,
struct regcache *regcache, int regno)
{
struct gdbarch *gdbarch = get_regcache_arch (regcache);
ULONGEST val;
int err;
if (regno == -1)
{
for (regno = 0; regno < gdbarch_num_regs (gdbarch); regno++)
mips_store_registers (ops, regcache, regno);
return;
}
regcache_cooked_read_unsigned (regcache, regno, &val);
mips_request (mips_monitor == MON_ROCKHOPPER ? 'T' : 'R',
mips_map_regno (gdbarch, regno),
val,
&err, mips_receive_wait, NULL);
if (err)
mips_error (_("Can't write register %d: %s"), regno,
safe_strerror (errno));
}
/* Fetch a word from the target board. Return word fetched in location
addressed by VALP. Return 0 when successful; return positive error
code when not. */
static int
mips_fetch_word (CORE_ADDR addr, unsigned int *valp)
{
int err;
*valp = mips_request ('d', addr, 0, &err, mips_receive_wait, NULL);
if (err)
{
/* Data space failed; try instruction space. */
*valp = mips_request ('i', addr, 0, &err,
mips_receive_wait, NULL);
}
return err;
}
/* Store a word to the target board. Returns errno code or zero for
success. If OLD_CONTENTS is non-NULL, put the old contents of that
memory location there. */
/* FIXME! make sure only 32-bit quantities get stored! */
static int
mips_store_word (CORE_ADDR addr, unsigned int val, int *old_contents)
{
int err;
unsigned int oldcontents;
oldcontents = mips_request ('D', addr, val, &err,
mips_receive_wait, NULL);
if (err)
{
/* Data space failed; try instruction space. */
oldcontents = mips_request ('I', addr, val, &err,
mips_receive_wait, NULL);
if (err)
return errno;
}
if (old_contents != NULL)
*old_contents = oldcontents;
return 0;
}
/* Read or write LEN bytes from inferior memory at MEMADDR,
transferring to or from debugger address MYADDR. Write to inferior
if SHOULD_WRITE is nonzero. Returns length of data written or
read; 0 for error. Note that protocol gives us the correct value
for a longword, since it transfers values in ASCII. We want the
byte values, so we have to swap the longword values. */
static int mask_address_p = 1;
static int
mips_xfer_memory (CORE_ADDR memaddr, gdb_byte *myaddr, int len, int write,
struct mem_attrib *attrib, struct target_ops *target)
{
enum bfd_endian byte_order = gdbarch_byte_order (target_gdbarch);
int i;
CORE_ADDR addr;
int count;
char *buffer;
int status;
/* PMON targets do not cope well with 64 bit addresses. Mask the
value down to 32 bits. */
if (mask_address_p)
memaddr &= (CORE_ADDR) 0xffffffff;
/* Round starting address down to longword boundary. */
addr = memaddr & ~3;
/* Round ending address up; get number of longwords that makes. */
count = (((memaddr + len) - addr) + 3) / 4;
/* Allocate buffer of that many longwords. */
buffer = alloca (count * 4);
if (write)
{
/* Fill start and end extra bytes of buffer with existing data. */
if (addr != memaddr || len < 4)
{
unsigned int val;
if (mips_fetch_word (addr, &val))
return 0;
/* Need part of initial word -- fetch it. */
store_unsigned_integer (&buffer[0], 4, byte_order, val);
}
if (count > 1)
{
unsigned int val;
/* Need part of last word -- fetch it. FIXME: we do this even
if we don't need it. */
if (mips_fetch_word (addr + (count - 1) * 4, &val))
return 0;
store_unsigned_integer (&buffer[(count - 1) * 4],
4, byte_order, val);
}
/* Copy data to be written over corresponding part of buffer. */
memcpy ((char *) buffer + (memaddr & 3), myaddr, len);
/* Write the entire buffer. */
for (i = 0; i < count; i++, addr += 4)
{
int word;
word = extract_unsigned_integer (&buffer[i * 4], 4, byte_order);
status = mips_store_word (addr, word, NULL);
/* Report each kilobyte (we download 32-bit words at a time). */
if (i % 256 == 255)
{
printf_unfiltered ("*");
gdb_flush (gdb_stdout);
}
if (status)
{
errno = status;
return 0;
}
/* FIXME: Do we want a QUIT here? */
}
if (count >= 256)
printf_unfiltered ("\n");
}
else
{
/* Read all the longwords. */
for (i = 0; i < count; i++, addr += 4)
{
unsigned int val;
if (mips_fetch_word (addr, &val))
return 0;
store_unsigned_integer (&buffer[i * 4], 4, byte_order, val);
QUIT;
}
/* Copy appropriate bytes out of the buffer. */
memcpy (myaddr, buffer + (memaddr & 3), len);
}
return len;
}
/* Print info on this target. */
static void
mips_files_info (struct target_ops *ignore)
{
printf_unfiltered ("Debugging a MIPS board over a serial line.\n");
}
/* Kill the process running on the board. This will actually only
work if we are doing remote debugging over the console input. I
think that if IDT/sim had the remote debug interrupt enabled on the
right port, we could interrupt the process with a break signal. */
static void
mips_kill (struct target_ops *ops)
{
if (!mips_wait_flag)
{
target_mourn_inferior ();
return;
}
interrupt_count++;
if (interrupt_count >= 2)
{
interrupt_count = 0;
target_terminal_ours ();
if (query (_("Interrupted while waiting for the program.\n\
Give up (and stop debugging it)? ")))
{
/* Clean up in such a way that mips_close won't try to talk
to the board (it almost surely won't work since we
weren't able to talk to it). */
mips_wait_flag = 0;
close_ports ();
printf_unfiltered ("Ending remote MIPS debugging.\n");
target_mourn_inferior ();
deprecated_throw_reason (RETURN_QUIT);
}
target_terminal_inferior ();
}
if (remote_debug > 0)
printf_unfiltered ("Sending break\n");
serial_send_break (mips_desc);
target_mourn_inferior ();
#if 0
if (mips_is_open)
{
char cc;
/* Send a ^C. */
cc = '\003';
serial_write (mips_desc, &cc, 1);
sleep (1);
target_mourn_inferior ();
}
#endif
}
/* Start running on the target board. */
static void
mips_create_inferior (struct target_ops *ops, char *execfile,
char *args, char **env, int from_tty)
{
CORE_ADDR entry_pt;
if (args && *args)
{
warning (_("\
Can't pass arguments to remote MIPS board; arguments ignored."));
/* And don't try to use them on the next "run" command. */
execute_command ("set args", 0);
}
if (execfile == 0 || exec_bfd == 0)
error (_("No executable file specified"));
entry_pt = (CORE_ADDR) bfd_get_start_address (exec_bfd);
init_wait_for_inferior ();
regcache_write_pc (get_current_regcache (), entry_pt);
}
/* Clean up after a process. The bulk of the work is done in mips_close(),
which is called when unpushing the target. */
static void
mips_mourn_inferior (struct target_ops *ops)
{
if (current_ops != NULL)
unpush_target (current_ops);
}
/* We can write a breakpoint and read the shadow contents in one
operation. */
/* Insert a breakpoint. On targets that don't have built-in
breakpoint support, we read the contents of the target location and
stash it, then overwrite it with a breakpoint instruction. ADDR is
the target location in the target machine. BPT is the breakpoint
being inserted or removed, which contains memory for saving the
target contents. */
static int
mips_insert_breakpoint (struct gdbarch *gdbarch,
struct bp_target_info *bp_tgt)
{
if (monitor_supports_breakpoints)
return mips_set_breakpoint (bp_tgt->placed_address, MIPS_INSN32_SIZE,
BREAK_FETCH);
else
return memory_insert_breakpoint (gdbarch, bp_tgt);
}
/* Remove a breakpoint. */
static int
mips_remove_breakpoint (struct gdbarch *gdbarch,
struct bp_target_info *bp_tgt)
{
if (monitor_supports_breakpoints)
return mips_clear_breakpoint (bp_tgt->placed_address, MIPS_INSN32_SIZE,
BREAK_FETCH);
else
return memory_remove_breakpoint (gdbarch, bp_tgt);
}
/* Tell whether this target can support a hardware breakpoint. CNT
is the number of hardware breakpoints already installed. This
implements the target_can_use_hardware_watchpoint macro. */
static int
mips_can_use_watchpoint (int type, int cnt, int othertype)
{
return cnt < MAX_LSI_BREAKPOINTS && strcmp (target_shortname, "lsi") == 0;
}
/* Compute a don't care mask for the region bounding ADDR and ADDR + LEN - 1.
This is used for memory ref breakpoints. */
static unsigned long
calculate_mask (CORE_ADDR addr, int len)
{
unsigned long mask;
int i;
mask = addr ^ (addr + len - 1);
for (i = 32; i >= 0; i--)
if (mask == 0)
break;
else
mask >>= 1;
mask = (unsigned long) 0xffffffff >> i;
return mask;
}
/* Set a data watchpoint. ADDR and LEN should be obvious. TYPE is 0
for a write watchpoint, 1 for a read watchpoint, or 2 for a read/write
watchpoint. */
static int
mips_insert_watchpoint (CORE_ADDR addr, int len, int type,
struct expression *cond)
{
if (mips_set_breakpoint (addr, len, type))
return -1;
return 0;
}
/* Remove a watchpoint. */
static int
mips_remove_watchpoint (CORE_ADDR addr, int len, int type,
struct expression *cond)
{
if (mips_clear_breakpoint (addr, len, type))
return -1;
return 0;
}
/* Test to see if a watchpoint has been hit. Return 1 if so; return 0,
if not. */
static int
mips_stopped_by_watchpoint (void)
{
return hit_watchpoint;
}
/* Insert a breakpoint. */
static int
mips_set_breakpoint (CORE_ADDR addr, int len, enum break_type type)
{
return mips_common_breakpoint (1, addr, len, type);
}
/* Clear a breakpoint. */
static int
mips_clear_breakpoint (CORE_ADDR addr, int len, enum break_type type)
{
return mips_common_breakpoint (0, addr, len, type);
}
/* Check the error code from the return packet for an LSI breakpoint
command. If there's no error, just return 0. If it's a warning,
print the warning text and return 0. If it's an error, print
the error text and return 1. <ADDR> is the address of the breakpoint
that was being set. <RERRFLG> is the error code returned by PMON.
This is a helper function for mips_common_breakpoint. */
static int
mips_check_lsi_error (CORE_ADDR addr, int rerrflg)
{
struct lsi_error *err;
const char *saddr = paddress (target_gdbarch, addr);
if (rerrflg == 0) /* no error */
return 0;
/* Warnings can be ORed together, so check them all. */
if (rerrflg & W_WARN)
{
if (monitor_warnings)
{
int found = 0;
for (err = lsi_warning_table; err->code != 0; err++)
{
if ((err->code & rerrflg) == err->code)
{
found = 1;
fprintf_unfiltered (gdb_stderr, "\
mips_common_breakpoint (%s): Warning: %s\n",
saddr,
err->string);
}
}
if (!found)
fprintf_unfiltered (gdb_stderr, "\
mips_common_breakpoint (%s): Unknown warning: 0x%x\n",
saddr,
rerrflg);
}
return 0;
}
/* Errors are unique, i.e. can't be ORed together. */
for (err = lsi_error_table; err->code != 0; err++)
{
if ((err->code & rerrflg) == err->code)
{
fprintf_unfiltered (gdb_stderr, "\
mips_common_breakpoint (%s): Error: %s\n",
saddr,
err->string);
return 1;
}
}
fprintf_unfiltered (gdb_stderr, "\
mips_common_breakpoint (%s): Unknown error: 0x%x\n",
saddr,
rerrflg);
return 1;
}
/* This routine sends a breakpoint command to the remote target.
<SET> is 1 if setting a breakpoint, or 0 if clearing a breakpoint.
<ADDR> is the address of the breakpoint.
<LEN> the length of the region to break on.
<TYPE> is the type of breakpoint:
0 = write (BREAK_WRITE)
1 = read (BREAK_READ)
2 = read/write (BREAK_ACCESS)
3 = instruction fetch (BREAK_FETCH)
Return 0 if successful; otherwise 1. */
static int
mips_common_breakpoint (int set, CORE_ADDR addr, int len, enum break_type type)
{
int addr_size = gdbarch_addr_bit (target_gdbarch) / 8;
char buf[DATA_MAXLEN + 1];
char cmd, rcmd;
int rpid, rerrflg, rresponse, rlen;
int nfields;
addr = gdbarch_addr_bits_remove (target_gdbarch, addr);
if (mips_monitor == MON_LSI)
{
if (set == 0) /* clear breakpoint */
{
/* The LSI PMON "clear breakpoint" has this form:
<pid> 'b' <bptn> 0x0
reply:
<pid> 'b' 0x0 <code>
<bptn> is a breakpoint number returned by an earlier 'B' command.
Possible return codes: OK, E_BPT. */
int i;
/* Search for the breakpoint in the table. */
for (i = 0; i < MAX_LSI_BREAKPOINTS; i++)
if (lsi_breakpoints[i].type == type
&& lsi_breakpoints[i].addr == addr
&& lsi_breakpoints[i].len == len)
break;
/* Clear the table entry and tell PMON to clear the breakpoint. */
if (i == MAX_LSI_BREAKPOINTS)
{
warning (_("\
mips_common_breakpoint: Attempt to clear bogus breakpoint at %s"),
paddress (target_gdbarch, addr));
return 1;
}
lsi_breakpoints[i].type = BREAK_UNUSED;
sprintf (buf, "0x0 b 0x%x 0x0", i);
mips_send_packet (buf, 1);
rlen = mips_receive_packet (buf, 1, mips_receive_wait);
buf[rlen] = '\0';
nfields = sscanf (buf, "0x%x b 0x0 0x%x", &rpid, &rerrflg);
if (nfields != 2)
mips_error (_("mips_common_breakpoint: "
"Bad response from remote board: %s"),
buf);
return (mips_check_lsi_error (addr, rerrflg));
}
else
/* set a breakpoint */
{
/* The LSI PMON "set breakpoint" command has this form:
<pid> 'B' <addr> 0x0
reply:
<pid> 'B' <bptn> <code>
The "set data breakpoint" command has this form:
<pid> 'A' <addr1> <type> [<addr2> [<value>]]
where: type= "0x1" = read
"0x2" = write
"0x3" = access (read or write)
The reply returns two values:
bptn - a breakpoint number, which is a small integer with
possible values of zero through 255.
code - an error return code, a value of zero indicates a
succesful completion, other values indicate various
errors and warnings.
Possible return codes: OK, W_QAL, E_QAL, E_OUT, E_NON. */
if (type == BREAK_FETCH) /* instruction breakpoint */
{
cmd = 'B';
sprintf (buf, "0x0 B 0x%s 0x0", phex_nz (addr, addr_size));
}
else
/* watchpoint */
{
cmd = 'A';
sprintf (buf, "0x0 A 0x%s 0x%x 0x%s",
phex_nz (addr, addr_size),
type == BREAK_READ ? 1 : (type == BREAK_WRITE ? 2 : 3),
phex_nz (addr + len - 1, addr_size));
}
mips_send_packet (buf, 1);
rlen = mips_receive_packet (buf, 1, mips_receive_wait);
buf[rlen] = '\0';
nfields = sscanf (buf, "0x%x %c 0x%x 0x%x",
&rpid, &rcmd, &rresponse, &rerrflg);
if (nfields != 4 || rcmd != cmd || rresponse > 255)
mips_error (_("mips_common_breakpoint: "
"Bad response from remote board: %s"),
buf);
if (rerrflg != 0)
if (mips_check_lsi_error (addr, rerrflg))
return 1;
/* rresponse contains PMON's breakpoint number. Record the
information for this breakpoint so we can clear it later. */
lsi_breakpoints[rresponse].type = type;
lsi_breakpoints[rresponse].addr = addr;
lsi_breakpoints[rresponse].len = len;
return 0;
}
}
else
{
/* On non-LSI targets, the breakpoint command has this form:
0x0 <CMD> <ADDR> <MASK> <FLAGS>
<MASK> is a don't care mask for addresses.
<FLAGS> is any combination of `r', `w', or `f' for
read/write/fetch. */
unsigned long mask;
mask = calculate_mask (addr, len);
addr &= ~mask;
if (set) /* set a breakpoint */
{
char *flags;
switch (type)
{
case BREAK_WRITE: /* write */
flags = "w";
break;
case BREAK_READ: /* read */
flags = "r";
break;
case BREAK_ACCESS: /* read/write */
flags = "rw";
break;
case BREAK_FETCH: /* fetch */
flags = "f";
break;
default:
internal_error (__FILE__, __LINE__,
_("failed internal consistency check"));
}
cmd = 'B';
sprintf (buf, "0x0 B 0x%s 0x%s %s", phex_nz (addr, addr_size),
phex_nz (mask, addr_size), flags);
}
else
{
cmd = 'b';
sprintf (buf, "0x0 b 0x%s", phex_nz (addr, addr_size));
}
mips_send_packet (buf, 1);
rlen = mips_receive_packet (buf, 1, mips_receive_wait);
buf[rlen] = '\0';
nfields = sscanf (buf, "0x%x %c 0x%x 0x%x",
&rpid, &rcmd, &rerrflg, &rresponse);
if (nfields != 4 || rcmd != cmd)
mips_error (_("mips_common_breakpoint: "
"Bad response from remote board: %s"),
buf);
if (rerrflg != 0)
{
/* Ddb returns "0x0 b 0x16 0x0\000", whereas
Cogent returns "0x0 b 0xffffffff 0x16\000": */
if (mips_monitor == MON_DDB)
rresponse = rerrflg;
if (rresponse != 22) /* invalid argument */
fprintf_unfiltered (gdb_stderr, "\
mips_common_breakpoint (%s): Got error: 0x%x\n",
paddress (target_gdbarch, addr), rresponse);
return 1;
}
}
return 0;
}
/* Send one S record as specified by SREC of length LEN, starting
at ADDR. Note, however, that ADDR is not used except to provide
a useful message to the user in the event that a NACK is received
from the board. */
static void
send_srec (char *srec, int len, CORE_ADDR addr)
{
while (1)
{
int ch;
serial_write (mips_desc, srec, len);
ch = mips_readchar (remote_timeout);
switch (ch)
{
case SERIAL_TIMEOUT:
error (_("Timeout during download."));
break;
case 0x6: /* ACK */
return;
case 0x15: /* NACK */
fprintf_unfiltered (gdb_stderr,
"Download got a NACK at byte %s! Retrying.\n",
paddress (target_gdbarch, addr));
continue;
default:
error (_("Download got unexpected ack char: 0x%x, retrying."),
ch);
}
}
}
/* Download a binary file by converting it to S records. */
static void
mips_load_srec (char *args)
{
bfd *abfd;
asection *s;
char *buffer, srec[1024];
unsigned int i;
unsigned int srec_frame = 200;
int reclen;
static int hashmark = 1;
buffer = alloca (srec_frame * 2 + 256);
abfd = bfd_openr (args, 0);
if (!abfd)
{
printf_filtered ("Unable to open file %s\n", args);
return;
}
if (bfd_check_format (abfd, bfd_object) == 0)
{
printf_filtered ("File is not an object file\n");
return;
}
/* This actually causes a download in the IDT binary format: */
mips_send_command (LOAD_CMD, 0);
for (s = abfd->sections; s; s = s->next)
{
if (s->flags & SEC_LOAD)
{
unsigned int numbytes;
/* FIXME! vma too small????? */
printf_filtered ("%s\t: 0x%4lx .. 0x%4lx ", s->name,
(long) s->vma,
(long) (s->vma + bfd_get_section_size (s)));
gdb_flush (gdb_stdout);
for (i = 0; i < bfd_get_section_size (s); i += numbytes)
{
numbytes = min (srec_frame, bfd_get_section_size (s) - i);
bfd_get_section_contents (abfd, s, buffer, i, numbytes);
reclen = mips_make_srec (srec, '3', s->vma + i,
buffer, numbytes);
send_srec (srec, reclen, s->vma + i);
if (deprecated_ui_load_progress_hook)
deprecated_ui_load_progress_hook (s->name, i);
if (hashmark)
{
putchar_unfiltered ('#');
gdb_flush (gdb_stdout);
}
} /* Per-packet (or S-record) loop */
putchar_unfiltered ('\n');
} /* Loadable sections */
}
if (hashmark)
putchar_unfiltered ('\n');
/* Write a type 7 terminator record. no data for a type 7, and there
is no data, so len is 0. */
reclen = mips_make_srec (srec, '7', abfd->start_address, NULL, 0);
send_srec (srec, reclen, abfd->start_address);
serial_flush_input (mips_desc);
}
/*
* mips_make_srec -- make an srecord. This writes each line, one at a
* time, each with it's own header and trailer line.
* An srecord looks like this:
*
* byte count-+ address
* start ---+ | | data +- checksum
* | | | |
* S01000006F6B692D746573742E73726563E4
* S315000448600000000000000000FC00005900000000E9
* S31A0004000023C1400037DE00F023604000377B009020825000348D
* S30B0004485A0000000000004E
* S70500040000F6
*
* S<type><length><address><data><checksum>
*
* Where
* - length
* is the number of bytes following upto the checksum. Note that
* this is not the number of chars following, since it takes two
* chars to represent a byte.
* - type
* is one of:
* 0) header record
* 1) two byte address data record
* 2) three byte address data record
* 3) four byte address data record
* 7) four byte address termination record
* 8) three byte address termination record
* 9) two byte address termination record
*
* - address
* is the start address of the data following, or in the case of
* a termination record, the start address of the image
* - data
* is the data.
* - checksum
* is the sum of all the raw byte data in the record, from the length
* upwards, modulo 256 and subtracted from 255.
*
* This routine returns the length of the S-record.
*
*/
static int
mips_make_srec (char *buf, int type, CORE_ADDR memaddr, unsigned char *myaddr,
int len)
{
unsigned char checksum;
int i;
/* Create the header for the srec. addr_size is the number of bytes
in the address, and 1 is the number of bytes in the count. */
/* FIXME!! bigger buf required for 64-bit! */
buf[0] = 'S';
buf[1] = type;
buf[2] = len + 4 + 1; /* len + 4 byte address + 1 byte checksum */
/* This assumes S3 style downloads (4byte addresses). There should
probably be a check, or the code changed to make it more
explicit. */
buf[3] = memaddr >> 24;
buf[4] = memaddr >> 16;
buf[5] = memaddr >> 8;
buf[6] = memaddr;
memcpy (&buf[7], myaddr, len);
/* Note that the checksum is calculated on the raw data, not the
hexified data. It includes the length, address and the data
portions of the packet. */
checksum = 0;
buf += 2; /* Point at length byte. */
for (i = 0; i < len + 4 + 1; i++)
checksum += *buf++;