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/* Support routines for decoding "stabs" debugging information format.
Copyright (C) 1986-2012 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/>. */
/* Support routines for reading and decoding debugging information in
the "stabs" format. This format is used with many systems that use
the a.out object file format, as well as some systems that use
COFF or ELF where the stabs data is placed in a special section.
Avoid placing any object file format specific code in this file. */
#include "defs.h"
#include "gdb_string.h"
#include "bfd.h"
#include "gdb_obstack.h"
#include "symtab.h"
#include "gdbtypes.h"
#include "expression.h"
#include "symfile.h"
#include "objfiles.h"
#include "aout/stab_gnu.h" /* We always use GNU stabs, not native. */
#include "libaout.h"
#include "aout/aout64.h"
#include "gdb-stabs.h"
#include "buildsym.h"
#include "complaints.h"
#include "demangle.h"
#include "gdb-demangle.h"
#include "language.h"
#include "doublest.h"
#include "cp-abi.h"
#include "cp-support.h"
#include "gdb_assert.h"
#include <ctype.h>
/* Ask stabsread.h to define the vars it normally declares `extern'. */
#define EXTERN
/**/
#include "stabsread.h" /* Our own declarations */
#undef EXTERN
extern void _initialize_stabsread (void);
/* The routines that read and process a complete stabs for a C struct or
C++ class pass lists of data member fields and lists of member function
fields in an instance of a field_info structure, as defined below.
This is part of some reorganization of low level C++ support and is
expected to eventually go away... (FIXME) */
struct field_info
{
struct nextfield
{
struct nextfield *next;
/* This is the raw visibility from the stab. It is not checked
for being one of the visibilities we recognize, so code which
examines this field better be able to deal. */
int visibility;
struct field field;
}
*list;
struct next_fnfieldlist
{
struct next_fnfieldlist *next;
struct fn_fieldlist fn_fieldlist;
}
*fnlist;
};
static void
read_one_struct_field (struct field_info *, char **, char *,
struct type *, struct objfile *);
static struct type *dbx_alloc_type (int[2], struct objfile *);
static long read_huge_number (char **, int, int *, int);
static struct type *error_type (char **, struct objfile *);
static void
patch_block_stabs (struct pending *, struct pending_stabs *,
struct objfile *);
static void fix_common_block (struct symbol *, CORE_ADDR);
static int read_type_number (char **, int *);
static struct type *read_type (char **, struct objfile *);
static struct type *read_range_type (char **, int[2], int, struct objfile *);
static struct type *read_sun_builtin_type (char **, int[2], struct objfile *);
static struct type *read_sun_floating_type (char **, int[2],
struct objfile *);
static struct type *read_enum_type (char **, struct type *, struct objfile *);
static struct type *rs6000_builtin_type (int, struct objfile *);
static int
read_member_functions (struct field_info *, char **, struct type *,
struct objfile *);
static int
read_struct_fields (struct field_info *, char **, struct type *,
struct objfile *);
static int
read_baseclasses (struct field_info *, char **, struct type *,
struct objfile *);
static int
read_tilde_fields (struct field_info *, char **, struct type *,
struct objfile *);
static int attach_fn_fields_to_type (struct field_info *, struct type *);
static int attach_fields_to_type (struct field_info *, struct type *,
struct objfile *);
static struct type *read_struct_type (char **, struct type *,
enum type_code,
struct objfile *);
static struct type *read_array_type (char **, struct type *,
struct objfile *);
static struct field *read_args (char **, int, struct objfile *, int *, int *);
static void add_undefined_type (struct type *, int[2]);
static int
read_cpp_abbrev (struct field_info *, char **, struct type *,
struct objfile *);
static char *find_name_end (char *name);
static int process_reference (char **string);
void stabsread_clear_cache (void);
static const char vptr_name[] = "_vptr$";
static const char vb_name[] = "_vb$";
static void
invalid_cpp_abbrev_complaint (const char *arg1)
{
complaint (&symfile_complaints, _("invalid C++ abbreviation `%s'"), arg1);
}
static void
reg_value_complaint (int regnum, int num_regs, const char *sym)
{
complaint (&symfile_complaints,
_("register number %d too large (max %d) in symbol %s"),
regnum, num_regs - 1, sym);
}
static void
stabs_general_complaint (const char *arg1)
{
complaint (&symfile_complaints, "%s", arg1);
}
/* Make a list of forward references which haven't been defined. */
static struct type **undef_types;
static int undef_types_allocated;
static int undef_types_length;
static struct symbol *current_symbol = NULL;
/* Make a list of nameless types that are undefined.
This happens when another type is referenced by its number
before this type is actually defined. For instance "t(0,1)=k(0,2)"
and type (0,2) is defined only later. */
struct nat
{
int typenums[2];
struct type *type;
};
static struct nat *noname_undefs;
static int noname_undefs_allocated;
static int noname_undefs_length;
/* Check for and handle cretinous stabs symbol name continuation! */
#define STABS_CONTINUE(pp,objfile) \
do { \
if (**(pp) == '\\' || (**(pp) == '?' && (*(pp))[1] == '\0')) \
*(pp) = next_symbol_text (objfile); \
} while (0)
/* Look up a dbx type-number pair. Return the address of the slot
where the type for that number-pair is stored.
The number-pair is in TYPENUMS.
This can be used for finding the type associated with that pair
or for associating a new type with the pair. */
static struct type **
dbx_lookup_type (int typenums[2], struct objfile *objfile)
{
int filenum = typenums[0];
int index = typenums[1];
unsigned old_len;
int real_filenum;
struct header_file *f;
int f_orig_length;
if (filenum == -1) /* -1,-1 is for temporary types. */
return 0;
if (filenum < 0 || filenum >= n_this_object_header_files)
{
complaint (&symfile_complaints,
_("Invalid symbol data: type number "
"(%d,%d) out of range at symtab pos %d."),
filenum, index, symnum);
goto error_return;
}
if (filenum == 0)
{
if (index < 0)
{
/* Caller wants address of address of type. We think
that negative (rs6k builtin) types will never appear as
"lvalues", (nor should they), so we stuff the real type
pointer into a temp, and return its address. If referenced,
this will do the right thing. */
static struct type *temp_type;
temp_type = rs6000_builtin_type (index, objfile);
return &temp_type;
}
/* Type is defined outside of header files.
Find it in this object file's type vector. */
if (index >= type_vector_length)
{
old_len = type_vector_length;
if (old_len == 0)
{
type_vector_length = INITIAL_TYPE_VECTOR_LENGTH;
type_vector = (struct type **)
xmalloc (type_vector_length * sizeof (struct type *));
}
while (index >= type_vector_length)
{
type_vector_length *= 2;
}
type_vector = (struct type **)
xrealloc ((char *) type_vector,
(type_vector_length * sizeof (struct type *)));
memset (&type_vector[old_len], 0,
(type_vector_length - old_len) * sizeof (struct type *));
}
return (&type_vector[index]);
}
else
{
real_filenum = this_object_header_files[filenum];
if (real_filenum >= N_HEADER_FILES (objfile))
{
static struct type *temp_type;
warning (_("GDB internal error: bad real_filenum"));
error_return:
temp_type = objfile_type (objfile)->builtin_error;
return &temp_type;
}
f = HEADER_FILES (objfile) + real_filenum;
f_orig_length = f->length;
if (index >= f_orig_length)
{
while (index >= f->length)
{
f->length *= 2;
}
f->vector = (struct type **)
xrealloc ((char *) f->vector, f->length * sizeof (struct type *));
memset (&f->vector[f_orig_length], 0,
(f->length - f_orig_length) * sizeof (struct type *));
}
return (&f->vector[index]);
}
}
/* Make sure there is a type allocated for type numbers TYPENUMS
and return the type object.
This can create an empty (zeroed) type object.
TYPENUMS may be (-1, -1) to return a new type object that is not
put into the type vector, and so may not be referred to by number. */
static struct type *
dbx_alloc_type (int typenums[2], struct objfile *objfile)
{
struct type **type_addr;
if (typenums[0] == -1)
{
return (alloc_type (objfile));
}
type_addr = dbx_lookup_type (typenums, objfile);
/* If we are referring to a type not known at all yet,
allocate an empty type for it.
We will fill it in later if we find out how. */
if (*type_addr == 0)
{
*type_addr = alloc_type (objfile);
}
return (*type_addr);
}
/* for all the stabs in a given stab vector, build appropriate types
and fix their symbols in given symbol vector. */
static void
patch_block_stabs (struct pending *symbols, struct pending_stabs *stabs,
struct objfile *objfile)
{
int ii;
char *name;
char *pp;
struct symbol *sym;
if (stabs)
{
/* for all the stab entries, find their corresponding symbols and
patch their types! */
for (ii = 0; ii < stabs->count; ++ii)
{
name = stabs->stab[ii];
pp = (char *) strchr (name, ':');
gdb_assert (pp); /* Must find a ':' or game's over. */
while (pp[1] == ':')
{
pp += 2;
pp = (char *) strchr (pp, ':');
}
sym = find_symbol_in_list (symbols, name, pp - name);
if (!sym)
{
/* FIXME-maybe: it would be nice if we noticed whether
the variable was defined *anywhere*, not just whether
it is defined in this compilation unit. But neither
xlc or GCC seem to need such a definition, and until
we do psymtabs (so that the minimal symbols from all
compilation units are available now), I'm not sure
how to get the information. */
/* On xcoff, if a global is defined and never referenced,
ld will remove it from the executable. There is then
a N_GSYM stab for it, but no regular (C_EXT) symbol. */
sym = (struct symbol *)
obstack_alloc (&objfile->objfile_obstack,
sizeof (struct symbol));
memset (sym, 0, sizeof (struct symbol));
SYMBOL_DOMAIN (sym) = VAR_DOMAIN;
SYMBOL_CLASS (sym) = LOC_OPTIMIZED_OUT;
SYMBOL_SET_LINKAGE_NAME
(sym, obsavestring (name, pp - name,
&objfile->objfile_obstack));
pp += 2;
if (*(pp - 1) == 'F' || *(pp - 1) == 'f')
{
/* I don't think the linker does this with functions,
so as far as I know this is never executed.
But it doesn't hurt to check. */
SYMBOL_TYPE (sym) =
lookup_function_type (read_type (&pp, objfile));
}
else
{
SYMBOL_TYPE (sym) = read_type (&pp, objfile);
}
add_symbol_to_list (sym, &global_symbols);
}
else
{
pp += 2;
if (*(pp - 1) == 'F' || *(pp - 1) == 'f')
{
SYMBOL_TYPE (sym) =
lookup_function_type (read_type (&pp, objfile));
}
else
{
SYMBOL_TYPE (sym) = read_type (&pp, objfile);
}
}
}
}
}
/* Read a number by which a type is referred to in dbx data,
or perhaps read a pair (FILENUM, TYPENUM) in parentheses.
Just a single number N is equivalent to (0,N).
Return the two numbers by storing them in the vector TYPENUMS.
TYPENUMS will then be used as an argument to dbx_lookup_type.
Returns 0 for success, -1 for error. */
static int
read_type_number (char **pp, int *typenums)
{
int nbits;
if (**pp == '(')
{
(*pp)++;
typenums[0] = read_huge_number (pp, ',', &nbits, 0);
if (nbits != 0)
return -1;
typenums[1] = read_huge_number (pp, ')', &nbits, 0);
if (nbits != 0)
return -1;
}
else
{
typenums[0] = 0;
typenums[1] = read_huge_number (pp, 0, &nbits, 0);
if (nbits != 0)
return -1;
}
return 0;
}
#define VISIBILITY_PRIVATE '0' /* Stabs character for private field */
#define VISIBILITY_PROTECTED '1' /* Stabs character for protected fld */
#define VISIBILITY_PUBLIC '2' /* Stabs character for public field */
#define VISIBILITY_IGNORE '9' /* Optimized out or zero length */
/* Structure for storing pointers to reference definitions for fast lookup
during "process_later". */
struct ref_map
{
char *stabs;
CORE_ADDR value;
struct symbol *sym;
};
#define MAX_CHUNK_REFS 100
#define REF_CHUNK_SIZE (MAX_CHUNK_REFS * sizeof (struct ref_map))
#define REF_MAP_SIZE(ref_chunk) ((ref_chunk) * REF_CHUNK_SIZE)
static struct ref_map *ref_map;
/* Ptr to free cell in chunk's linked list. */
static int ref_count = 0;
/* Number of chunks malloced. */
static int ref_chunk = 0;
/* This file maintains a cache of stabs aliases found in the symbol
table. If the symbol table changes, this cache must be cleared
or we are left holding onto data in invalid obstacks. */
void
stabsread_clear_cache (void)
{
ref_count = 0;
ref_chunk = 0;
}
/* Create array of pointers mapping refids to symbols and stab strings.
Add pointers to reference definition symbols and/or their values as we
find them, using their reference numbers as our index.
These will be used later when we resolve references. */
void
ref_add (int refnum, struct symbol *sym, char *stabs, CORE_ADDR value)
{
if (ref_count == 0)
ref_chunk = 0;
if (refnum >= ref_count)
ref_count = refnum + 1;
if (ref_count > ref_chunk * MAX_CHUNK_REFS)
{
int new_slots = ref_count - ref_chunk * MAX_CHUNK_REFS;
int new_chunks = new_slots / MAX_CHUNK_REFS + 1;
ref_map = (struct ref_map *)
xrealloc (ref_map, REF_MAP_SIZE (ref_chunk + new_chunks));
memset (ref_map + ref_chunk * MAX_CHUNK_REFS, 0,
new_chunks * REF_CHUNK_SIZE);
ref_chunk += new_chunks;
}
ref_map[refnum].stabs = stabs;
ref_map[refnum].sym = sym;
ref_map[refnum].value = value;
}
/* Return defined sym for the reference REFNUM. */
struct symbol *
ref_search (int refnum)
{
if (refnum < 0 || refnum > ref_count)
return 0;
return ref_map[refnum].sym;
}
/* Parse a reference id in STRING and return the resulting
reference number. Move STRING beyond the reference id. */
static int
process_reference (char **string)
{
char *p;
int refnum = 0;
if (**string != '#')
return 0;
/* Advance beyond the initial '#'. */
p = *string + 1;
/* Read number as reference id. */
while (*p && isdigit (*p))
{
refnum = refnum * 10 + *p - '0';
p++;
}
*string = p;
return refnum;
}
/* If STRING defines a reference, store away a pointer to the reference
definition for later use. Return the reference number. */
int
symbol_reference_defined (char **string)
{
char *p = *string;
int refnum = 0;
refnum = process_reference (&p);
/* Defining symbols end in '='. */
if (*p == '=')
{
/* Symbol is being defined here. */
*string = p + 1;
return refnum;
}
else
{
/* Must be a reference. Either the symbol has already been defined,
or this is a forward reference to it. */
*string = p;
return -1;
}
}
static int
stab_reg_to_regnum (struct symbol *sym, struct gdbarch *gdbarch)
{
int regno = gdbarch_stab_reg_to_regnum (gdbarch, SYMBOL_VALUE (sym));
if (regno >= gdbarch_num_regs (gdbarch)
+ gdbarch_num_pseudo_regs (gdbarch))
{
reg_value_complaint (regno,
gdbarch_num_regs (gdbarch)
+ gdbarch_num_pseudo_regs (gdbarch),
SYMBOL_PRINT_NAME (sym));
regno = gdbarch_sp_regnum (gdbarch); /* Known safe, though useless. */
}
return regno;
}
static const struct symbol_register_ops stab_register_funcs = {
stab_reg_to_regnum
};
struct symbol *
define_symbol (CORE_ADDR valu, char *string, int desc, int type,
struct objfile *objfile)
{
struct gdbarch *gdbarch = get_objfile_arch (objfile);
struct symbol *sym;
char *p = (char *) find_name_end (string);
int deftype;
int synonym = 0;
int i;
char *new_name = NULL;
/* We would like to eliminate nameless symbols, but keep their types.
E.g. stab entry ":t10=*2" should produce a type 10, which is a pointer
to type 2, but, should not create a symbol to address that type. Since
the symbol will be nameless, there is no way any user can refer to it. */
int nameless;
/* Ignore syms with empty names. */
if (string[0] == 0)
return 0;
/* Ignore old-style symbols from cc -go. */
if (p == 0)
return 0;
while (p[1] == ':')
{
p += 2;
p = strchr (p, ':');
if (p == NULL)
{
complaint (&symfile_complaints,
_("Bad stabs string '%s'"), string);
return NULL;
}
}
/* If a nameless stab entry, all we need is the type, not the symbol.
e.g. ":t10=*2" or a nameless enum like " :T16=ered:0,green:1,blue:2,;" */
nameless = (p == string || ((string[0] == ' ') && (string[1] == ':')));
current_symbol = sym = (struct symbol *)
obstack_alloc (&objfile->objfile_obstack, sizeof (struct symbol));
memset (sym, 0, sizeof (struct symbol));
switch (type & N_TYPE)
{
case N_TEXT:
SYMBOL_SECTION (sym) = SECT_OFF_TEXT (objfile);
break;
case N_DATA:
SYMBOL_SECTION (sym) = SECT_OFF_DATA (objfile);
break;
case N_BSS:
SYMBOL_SECTION (sym) = SECT_OFF_BSS (objfile);
break;
}
if (processing_gcc_compilation)
{
/* GCC 2.x puts the line number in desc. SunOS apparently puts in the
number of bytes occupied by a type or object, which we ignore. */
SYMBOL_LINE (sym) = desc;
}
else
{
SYMBOL_LINE (sym) = 0; /* unknown */
}
if (is_cplus_marker (string[0]))
{
/* Special GNU C++ names. */
switch (string[1])
{
case 't':
SYMBOL_SET_LINKAGE_NAME (sym, "this");
break;
case 'v': /* $vtbl_ptr_type */
goto normal;
case 'e':
SYMBOL_SET_LINKAGE_NAME (sym, "eh_throw");
break;
case '_':
/* This was an anonymous type that was never fixed up. */
goto normal;
case 'X':
/* SunPRO (3.0 at least) static variable encoding. */
if (gdbarch_static_transform_name_p (gdbarch))
goto normal;
/* ... fall through ... */
default:
complaint (&symfile_complaints, _("Unknown C++ symbol name `%s'"),
string);
goto normal; /* Do *something* with it. */
}
}
else
{
normal:
SYMBOL_SET_LANGUAGE (sym, current_subfile->language);
if (SYMBOL_LANGUAGE (sym) == language_cplus)
{
char *name = alloca (p - string + 1);
memcpy (name, string, p - string);
name[p - string] = '\0';
new_name = cp_canonicalize_string (name);
}
if (new_name != NULL)
{
SYMBOL_SET_NAMES (sym, new_name, strlen (new_name), 1, objfile);
xfree (new_name);
}
else
SYMBOL_SET_NAMES (sym, string, p - string, 1, objfile);
if (SYMBOL_LANGUAGE (sym) == language_cplus)
cp_scan_for_anonymous_namespaces (sym, objfile);
}
p++;
/* Determine the type of name being defined. */
#if 0
/* Getting GDB to correctly skip the symbol on an undefined symbol
descriptor and not ever dump core is a very dodgy proposition if
we do things this way. I say the acorn RISC machine can just
fix their compiler. */
/* The Acorn RISC machine's compiler can put out locals that don't
start with "234=" or "(3,4)=", so assume anything other than the
deftypes we know how to handle is a local. */
if (!strchr ("cfFGpPrStTvVXCR", *p))
#else
if (isdigit (*p) || *p == '(' || *p == '-')
#endif
deftype = 'l';
else
deftype = *p++;
switch (deftype)
{
case 'c':
/* c is a special case, not followed by a type-number.
SYMBOL:c=iVALUE for an integer constant symbol.
SYMBOL:c=rVALUE for a floating constant symbol.
SYMBOL:c=eTYPE,INTVALUE for an enum constant symbol.
e.g. "b:c=e6,0" for "const b = blob1"
(where type 6 is defined by "blobs:t6=eblob1:0,blob2:1,;"). */
if (*p != '=')
{
SYMBOL_CLASS (sym) = LOC_CONST;
SYMBOL_TYPE (sym) = error_type (&p, objfile);
SYMBOL_DOMAIN (sym) = VAR_DOMAIN;
add_symbol_to_list (sym, &file_symbols);
return sym;
}
++p;
switch (*p++)
{
case 'r':
{
double d = atof (p);
gdb_byte *dbl_valu;
struct type *dbl_type;
/* FIXME-if-picky-about-floating-accuracy: Should be using
target arithmetic to get the value. real.c in GCC
probably has the necessary code. */
dbl_type = objfile_type (objfile)->builtin_double;
dbl_valu =
obstack_alloc (&objfile->objfile_obstack,
TYPE_LENGTH (dbl_type));
store_typed_floating (dbl_valu, dbl_type, d);
SYMBOL_TYPE (sym) = dbl_type;
SYMBOL_VALUE_BYTES (sym) = dbl_valu;
SYMBOL_CLASS (sym) = LOC_CONST_BYTES;
}
break;
case 'i':
{
/* Defining integer constants this way is kind of silly,
since 'e' constants allows the compiler to give not
only the value, but the type as well. C has at least
int, long, unsigned int, and long long as constant
types; other languages probably should have at least
unsigned as well as signed constants. */
SYMBOL_TYPE (sym) = objfile_type (objfile)->builtin_long;
SYMBOL_VALUE (sym) = atoi (p);
SYMBOL_CLASS (sym) = LOC_CONST;
}
break;
case 'c':
{
SYMBOL_TYPE (sym) = objfile_type (objfile)->builtin_char;
SYMBOL_VALUE (sym) = atoi (p);
SYMBOL_CLASS (sym) = LOC_CONST;
}
break;
case 's':
{
struct type *range_type;
int ind = 0;
char quote = *p++;
gdb_byte *string_local = (gdb_byte *) alloca (strlen (p));
gdb_byte *string_value;
if (quote != '\'' && quote != '"')
{
SYMBOL_CLASS (sym) = LOC_CONST;
SYMBOL_TYPE (sym) = error_type (&p, objfile);
SYMBOL_DOMAIN (sym) = VAR_DOMAIN;
add_symbol_to_list (sym, &file_symbols);
return sym;
}
/* Find matching quote, rejecting escaped quotes. */
while (*p && *p != quote)
{
if (*p == '\\' && p[1] == quote)
{
string_local[ind] = (gdb_byte) quote;
ind++;
p += 2;
}
else if (*p)
{
string_local[ind] = (gdb_byte) (*p);
ind++;
p++;
}
}
if (*p != quote)
{
SYMBOL_CLASS (sym) = LOC_CONST;
SYMBOL_TYPE (sym) = error_type (&p, objfile);
SYMBOL_DOMAIN (sym) = VAR_DOMAIN;
add_symbol_to_list (sym, &file_symbols);
return sym;
}
/* NULL terminate the string. */
string_local[ind] = 0;
range_type
= create_range_type (NULL,
objfile_type (objfile)->builtin_int,
0, ind);
SYMBOL_TYPE (sym) = create_array_type (NULL,
objfile_type (objfile)->builtin_char,
range_type);
string_value = obstack_alloc (&objfile->objfile_obstack, ind + 1);
memcpy (string_value, string_local, ind + 1);
p++;
SYMBOL_VALUE_BYTES (sym) = string_value;
SYMBOL_CLASS (sym) = LOC_CONST_BYTES;
}
break;
case 'e':
/* SYMBOL:c=eTYPE,INTVALUE for a constant symbol whose value
can be represented as integral.
e.g. "b:c=e6,0" for "const b = blob1"
(where type 6 is defined by "blobs:t6=eblob1:0,blob2:1,;"). */
{
SYMBOL_CLASS (sym) = LOC_CONST;
SYMBOL_TYPE (sym) = read_type (&p, objfile);
if (*p != ',')
{
SYMBOL_TYPE (sym) = error_type (&p, objfile);
break;
}
++p;
/* If the value is too big to fit in an int (perhaps because
it is unsigned), or something like that, we silently get
a bogus value. The type and everything else about it is
correct. Ideally, we should be using whatever we have
available for parsing unsigned and long long values,
however. */
SYMBOL_VALUE (sym) = atoi (p);
}
break;
default:
{
SYMBOL_CLASS (sym) = LOC_CONST;
SYMBOL_TYPE (sym) = error_type (&p, objfile);
}
}
SYMBOL_DOMAIN (sym) = VAR_DOMAIN;
add_symbol_to_list (sym, &file_symbols);
return sym;
case 'C':
/* The name of a caught exception. */
SYMBOL_TYPE (sym) = read_type (&p, objfile);
SYMBOL_CLASS (sym) = LOC_LABEL;
SYMBOL_DOMAIN (sym) = VAR_DOMAIN;
SYMBOL_VALUE_ADDRESS (sym) = valu;
add_symbol_to_list (sym, &local_symbols);
break;
case 'f':
/* A static function definition. */
SYMBOL_TYPE (sym) = read_type (&p, objfile);
SYMBOL_CLASS (sym) = LOC_BLOCK;
SYMBOL_DOMAIN (sym) = VAR_DOMAIN;
add_symbol_to_list (sym, &file_symbols);
/* fall into process_function_types. */
process_function_types:
/* Function result types are described as the result type in stabs.
We need to convert this to the function-returning-type-X type
in GDB. E.g. "int" is converted to "function returning int". */
if (TYPE_CODE (SYMBOL_TYPE (sym)) != TYPE_CODE_FUNC)
SYMBOL_TYPE (sym) = lookup_function_type (SYMBOL_TYPE (sym));
/* All functions in C++ have prototypes. Stabs does not offer an
explicit way to identify prototyped or unprototyped functions,
but both GCC and Sun CC emit stabs for the "call-as" type rather
than the "declared-as" type for unprototyped functions, so
we treat all functions as if they were prototyped. This is used
primarily for promotion when calling the function from GDB. */
TYPE_PROTOTYPED (SYMBOL_TYPE (sym)) = 1;
/* fall into process_prototype_types. */
process_prototype_types:
/* Sun acc puts declared types of arguments here. */
if (*p == ';')
{
struct type *ftype = SYMBOL_TYPE (sym);
int nsemi = 0;
int nparams = 0;
char *p1 = p;
/* Obtain a worst case guess for the number of arguments
by counting the semicolons. */
while (*p1)
{
if (*p1++ == ';')
nsemi++;
}
/* Allocate parameter information fields and fill them in. */
TYPE_FIELDS (ftype) = (struct field *)
TYPE_ALLOC (ftype, nsemi * sizeof (struct field));
while (*p++ == ';')
{
struct type *ptype;
/* A type number of zero indicates the start of varargs.
FIXME: GDB currently ignores vararg functions. */
if (p[0] == '0' && p[1] == '\0')
break;
ptype = read_type (&p, objfile);
/* The Sun compilers mark integer arguments, which should
be promoted to the width of the calling conventions, with
a type which references itself. This type is turned into
a TYPE_CODE_VOID type by read_type, and we have to turn
it back into builtin_int here.
FIXME: Do we need a new builtin_promoted_int_arg ? */
if (TYPE_CODE (ptype) == TYPE_CODE_VOID)
ptype = objfile_type (objfile)->builtin_int;
TYPE_FIELD_TYPE (ftype, nparams) = ptype;
TYPE_FIELD_ARTIFICIAL (ftype, nparams++) = 0;
}
TYPE_NFIELDS (ftype) = nparams;
TYPE_PROTOTYPED (ftype) = 1;
}
break;
case 'F':
/* A global function definition. */
SYMBOL_TYPE (sym) = read_type (&p, objfile);
SYMBOL_CLASS (sym) = LOC_BLOCK;
SYMBOL_DOMAIN (sym) = VAR_DOMAIN;
add_symbol_to_list (sym, &global_symbols);
goto process_function_types;
case 'G':
/* For a class G (global) symbol, it appears that the
value is not correct. It is necessary to search for the
corresponding linker definition to find the value.
These definitions appear at the end of the namelist. */
SYMBOL_TYPE (sym) = read_type (&p, objfile);
SYMBOL_CLASS (sym) = LOC_STATIC;
SYMBOL_DOMAIN (sym) = VAR_DOMAIN;
/* Don't add symbol references to global_sym_chain.
Symbol references don't have valid names and wont't match up with
minimal symbols when the global_sym_chain is relocated.
We'll fixup symbol references when we fixup the defining symbol. */
if (SYMBOL_LINKAGE_NAME (sym) && SYMBOL_LINKAGE_NAME (sym)[0] != '#')
{
i = hashname (SYMBOL_LINKAGE_NAME (sym));
SYMBOL_VALUE_CHAIN (sym) = global_sym_chain[i];
global_sym_chain[i] = sym;
}
add_symbol_to_list (sym, &global_symbols);
break;
/* This case is faked by a conditional above,
when there is no code letter in the dbx data.
Dbx data never actually contains 'l'. */
case 's':
case 'l':
SYMBOL_TYPE (sym) = read_type (&p, objfile);
SYMBOL_CLASS (sym) = LOC_LOCAL;
SYMBOL_VALUE (sym) = valu;
SYMBOL_DOMAIN (sym) = VAR_DOMAIN;
add_symbol_to_list (sym, &local_symbols);
break;
case 'p':
if (*p == 'F')
/* pF is a two-letter code that means a function parameter in Fortran.
The type-number specifies the type of the return value.
Translate it into a pointer-to-function type. */
{
p++;
SYMBOL_TYPE (sym)
= lookup_pointer_type
(lookup_function_type (read_type (&p, objfile)));
}
else
SYMBOL_TYPE (sym) = read_type (&p, objfile);
SYMBOL_CLASS (sym) = LOC_ARG;
SYMBOL_VALUE (sym) = valu;
SYMBOL_DOMAIN (sym) = VAR_DOMAIN;
SYMBOL_IS_ARGUMENT (sym) = 1;
add_symbol_to_list (sym, &local_symbols);
if (gdbarch_byte_order (gdbarch) != BFD_ENDIAN_BIG)
{
/* On little-endian machines, this crud is never necessary,
and, if the extra bytes contain garbage, is harmful. */
break;
}
/* If it's gcc-compiled, if it says `short', believe it. */
if (processing_gcc_compilation
|| gdbarch_believe_pcc_promotion (gdbarch))
break;
if (!gdbarch_believe_pcc_promotion (gdbarch))
{
/* If PCC says a parameter is a short or a char, it is
really an int. */
if (TYPE_LENGTH (SYMBOL_TYPE (sym))
< gdbarch_int_bit (gdbarch) / TARGET_CHAR_BIT
&& TYPE_CODE (SYMBOL_TYPE (sym)) == TYPE_CODE_INT)
{
SYMBOL_TYPE (sym) =
TYPE_UNSIGNED (SYMBOL_TYPE (sym))
? objfile_type (objfile)->builtin_unsigned_int
: objfile_type (objfile)->builtin_int;
}
break;
}
case 'P':
/* acc seems to use P to declare the prototypes of functions that
are referenced by this file. gdb is not prepared to deal
with this extra information. FIXME, it ought to. */
if (type == N_FUN)
{
SYMBOL_TYPE (sym) = read_type (&p, objfile);
goto process_prototype_types;
}
/*FALLTHROUGH */
case 'R':
/* Parameter which is in a register. */
SYMBOL_TYPE (sym) = read_type (&p, objfile);
SYMBOL_CLASS (sym) = LOC_REGISTER;
SYMBOL_REGISTER_OPS (sym) = &stab_register_funcs;
SYMBOL_IS_ARGUMENT (sym) = 1;
SYMBOL_VALUE (sym) = valu;
SYMBOL_DOMAIN (sym) = VAR_DOMAIN;
add_symbol_to_list (sym, &local_symbols);
break;
case 'r':
/* Register variable (either global or local). */
SYMBOL_TYPE (sym) = read_type (&p, objfile);
SYMBOL_CLASS (sym) = LOC_REGISTER;
SYMBOL_REGISTER_OPS (sym) = &stab_register_funcs;
SYMBOL_VALUE (sym) = valu;
SYMBOL_DOMAIN (sym) = VAR_DOMAIN;
if (within_function)
{
/* Sun cc uses a pair of symbols, one 'p' and one 'r', with
the same name to represent an argument passed in a
register. GCC uses 'P' for the same case. So if we find
such a symbol pair we combine it into one 'P' symbol.
For Sun cc we need to do this regardless of
stabs_argument_has_addr, because the compiler puts out
the 'p' symbol even if it never saves the argument onto
the stack.
On most machines, we want to preserve both symbols, so
that we can still get information about what is going on
with the stack (VAX for computing args_printed, using
stack slots instead of saved registers in backtraces,
etc.).
Note that this code illegally combines
main(argc) struct foo argc; { register struct foo argc; }
but this case is considered pathological and causes a warning
from a decent compiler. */
if (local_symbols
&& local_symbols->nsyms > 0
&& gdbarch_stabs_argument_has_addr (gdbarch, SYMBOL_TYPE (sym)))
{
struct symbol *prev_sym;
prev_sym = local_symbols->symbol[local_symbols->nsyms - 1];
if ((SYMBOL_CLASS (prev_sym) == LOC_REF_ARG
|| SYMBOL_CLASS (prev_sym) == LOC_ARG)
&& strcmp (SYMBOL_LINKAGE_NAME (prev_sym),
SYMBOL_LINKAGE_NAME (sym)) == 0)
{
SYMBOL_CLASS (prev_sym) = LOC_REGISTER;
SYMBOL_REGISTER_OPS (prev_sym) = &stab_register_funcs;
/* Use the type from the LOC_REGISTER; that is the type
that is actually in that register. */
SYMBOL_TYPE (prev_sym) = SYMBOL_TYPE (sym);
SYMBOL_VALUE (prev_sym) = SYMBOL_VALUE (sym);
sym = prev_sym;
break;
}
}
add_symbol_to_list (sym, &local_symbols);
}
else
add_symbol_to_list (sym, &file_symbols);
break;
case 'S':
/* Static symbol at top level of file. */
SYMBOL_TYPE (sym) = read_type (&p, objfile);
SYMBOL_CLASS (sym) = LOC_STATIC;
SYMBOL_VALUE_ADDRESS (sym) = valu;
if (gdbarch_static_transform_name_p (gdbarch)
&& gdbarch_static_transform_name (gdbarch,
SYMBOL_LINKAGE_NAME (sym))
!= SYMBOL_LINKAGE_NAME (sym))
{
struct minimal_symbol *msym;
msym = lookup_minimal_symbol (SYMBOL_LINKAGE_NAME (sym),
NULL, objfile);
if (msym != NULL)
{
const char *new_name = gdbarch_static_transform_name
(gdbarch, SYMBOL_LINKAGE_NAME (sym));
SYMBOL_SET_LINKAGE_NAME (sym, new_name);
SYMBOL_VALUE_ADDRESS (sym) = SYMBOL_VALUE_ADDRESS (msym);
}
}
SYMBOL_DOMAIN (sym) = VAR_DOMAIN;
add_symbol_to_list (sym, &file_symbols);
break;
case 't':
/* In Ada, there is no distinction between typedef and non-typedef;
any type declaration implicitly has the equivalent of a typedef,
and thus 't' is in fact equivalent to 'Tt'.
Therefore, for Ada units, we check the character immediately
before the 't', and if we do not find a 'T', then make sure to
create the associated symbol in the STRUCT_DOMAIN ('t' definitions
will be stored in the VAR_DOMAIN). If the symbol was indeed
defined as 'Tt' then the STRUCT_DOMAIN symbol will be created
elsewhere, so we don't need to take care of that.
This is important to do, because of forward references:
The cleanup of undefined types stored in undef_types only uses
STRUCT_DOMAIN symbols to perform the replacement. */
synonym = (SYMBOL_LANGUAGE (sym) == language_ada && p[-2] != 'T');
/* Typedef */
SYMBOL_TYPE (sym) = read_type (&p, objfile);
/* For a nameless type, we don't want a create a symbol, thus we
did not use `sym'. Return without further processing. */
if (nameless)
return NULL;
SYMBOL_CLASS (sym) = LOC_TYPEDEF;
SYMBOL_VALUE (sym) = valu;
SYMBOL_DOMAIN (sym) = VAR_DOMAIN;
/* C++ vagaries: we may have a type which is derived from
a base type which did not have its name defined when the
derived class was output. We fill in the derived class's
base part member's name here in that case. */
if (TYPE_NAME (SYMBOL_TYPE (sym)) != NULL)
if ((TYPE_CODE (SYMBOL_TYPE (sym)) == TYPE_CODE_STRUCT
|| TYPE_CODE (SYMBOL_TYPE (sym)) == TYPE_CODE_UNION)
&& TYPE_N_BASECLASSES (SYMBOL_TYPE (sym)))
{
int j;
for (j = TYPE_N_BASECLASSES (SYMBOL_TYPE (sym)) - 1; j >= 0; j--)
if (TYPE_BASECLASS_NAME (SYMBOL_TYPE (sym), j) == 0)
TYPE_BASECLASS_NAME (SYMBOL_TYPE (sym), j) =
type_name_no_tag (TYPE_BASECLASS (SYMBOL_TYPE (sym), j));
}
if (TYPE_NAME (SYMBOL_TYPE (sym)) == NULL)
{
/* gcc-2.6 or later (when using -fvtable-thunks)
emits a unique named type for a vtable entry.
Some gdb code depends on that specific name. */
extern const char vtbl_ptr_name[];
if ((TYPE_CODE (SYMBOL_TYPE (sym)) == TYPE_CODE_PTR
&& strcmp (SYMBOL_LINKAGE_NAME (sym), vtbl_ptr_name))
|| TYPE_CODE (SYMBOL_TYPE (sym)) == TYPE_CODE_FUNC)
{
/* If we are giving a name to a type such as "pointer to
foo" or "function returning foo", we better not set
the TYPE_NAME. If the program contains "typedef char
*caddr_t;", we don't want all variables of type char
* to print as caddr_t. This is not just a
consequence of GDB's type management; PCC and GCC (at
least through version 2.4) both output variables of
either type char * or caddr_t with the type number
defined in the 't' symbol for caddr_t. If a future
compiler cleans this up it GDB is not ready for it
yet, but if it becomes ready we somehow need to
disable this check (without breaking the PCC/GCC2.4
case).
Sigh.
Fortunately, this check seems not to be necessary
for anything except pointers or functions. */
/* ezannoni: 2000-10-26. This seems to apply for
versions of gcc older than 2.8. This was the original
problem: with the following code gdb would tell that
the type for name1 is caddr_t, and func is char().
typedef char *caddr_t;
char *name2;
struct x
{
char *name1;
} xx;
char *func()
{
}
main () {}
*/
/* Pascal accepts names for pointer types. */
if (current_subfile->language == language_pascal)
{
TYPE_NAME (SYMBOL_TYPE (sym)) = SYMBOL_LINKAGE_NAME (sym);
}
}
else
TYPE_NAME (SYMBOL_TYPE (sym)) = SYMBOL_LINKAGE_NAME (sym);
}
add_symbol_to_list (sym, &file_symbols);
if (synonym)
{
/* Create the STRUCT_DOMAIN clone. */
struct symbol *struct_sym = (struct symbol *)
obstack_alloc (&objfile->objfile_obstack, sizeof (struct symbol));
*struct_sym = *sym;
SYMBOL_CLASS (struct_sym) = LOC_TYPEDEF;
SYMBOL_VALUE (struct_sym) = valu;
SYMBOL_DOMAIN (struct_sym) = STRUCT_DOMAIN;
if (TYPE_NAME (SYMBOL_TYPE (sym)) == 0)
TYPE_NAME (SYMBOL_TYPE (sym))
= obconcat (&objfile->objfile_obstack,
SYMBOL_LINKAGE_NAME (sym),
(char *) NULL);
add_symbol_to_list (struct_sym, &file_symbols);
}
break;
case 'T':
/* Struct, union, or enum tag. For GNU C++, this can be be followed
by 't' which means we are typedef'ing it as well. */
synonym = *p == 't';
if (synonym)
p++;
SYMBOL_TYPE (sym) = read_type (&p, objfile);
/* For a nameless type, we don't want a create a symbol, thus we
did not use `sym'. Return without further processing. */
if (nameless)
return NULL;
SYMBOL_CLASS (sym) = LOC_TYPEDEF;
SYMBOL_VALUE (sym) = valu;
SYMBOL_DOMAIN (sym) = STRUCT_DOMAIN;
if (TYPE_TAG_NAME (SYMBOL_TYPE (sym)) == 0)
TYPE_TAG_NAME (SYMBOL_TYPE (sym))
= obconcat (&objfile->objfile_obstack,
SYMBOL_LINKAGE_NAME (sym),
(char *) NULL);
add_symbol_to_list (sym, &file_symbols);
if (synonym)
{
/* Clone the sym and then modify it. */
struct symbol *typedef_sym = (struct symbol *)
obstack_alloc (&objfile->objfile_obstack, sizeof (struct symbol));
*typedef_sym = *sym;
SYMBOL_CLASS (typedef_sym) = LOC_TYPEDEF;
SYMBOL_VALUE (typedef_sym) = valu;
SYMBOL_DOMAIN (typedef_sym) = VAR_DOMAIN;
if (TYPE_NAME (SYMBOL_TYPE (sym)) == 0)
TYPE_NAME (SYMBOL_TYPE (sym))
= obconcat (&objfile->objfile_obstack,
SYMBOL_LINKAGE_NAME (sym),
(char *) NULL);
add_symbol_to_list (typedef_sym, &file_symbols);
}
break;
case 'V':
/* Static symbol of local scope. */
SYMBOL_TYPE (sym) = read_type (&p, objfile);
SYMBOL_CLASS (sym) = LOC_STATIC;
SYMBOL_VALUE_ADDRESS (sym) = valu;
if (gdbarch_static_transform_name_p (gdbarch)
&& gdbarch_static_transform_name (gdbarch,
SYMBOL_LINKAGE_NAME (sym))
!= SYMBOL_LINKAGE_NAME (sym))
{
struct minimal_symbol *msym;
msym = lookup_minimal_symbol (SYMBOL_LINKAGE_NAME (sym),
NULL, objfile);
if (msym != NULL)
{
const char *new_name = gdbarch_static_transform_name
(gdbarch, SYMBOL_LINKAGE_NAME (sym));
SYMBOL_SET_LINKAGE_NAME (sym, new_name);
SYMBOL_VALUE_ADDRESS (sym) = SYMBOL_VALUE_ADDRESS (msym);
}
}
SYMBOL_DOMAIN (sym) = VAR_DOMAIN;
add_symbol_to_list (sym, &local_symbols);
break;
case 'v':
/* Reference parameter */
SYMBOL_TYPE (sym) = read_type (&p, objfile);
SYMBOL_CLASS (sym) = LOC_REF_ARG;
SYMBOL_IS_ARGUMENT (sym) = 1;
SYMBOL_VALUE (sym) = valu;
SYMBOL_DOMAIN (sym) = VAR_DOMAIN;
add_symbol_to_list (sym, &local_symbols);
break;
case 'a':
/* Reference parameter which is in a register. */
SYMBOL_TYPE (sym) = read_type (&p, objfile);
SYMBOL_CLASS (sym) = LOC_REGPARM_ADDR;
SYMBOL_REGISTER_OPS (sym) = &stab_register_funcs;
SYMBOL_IS_ARGUMENT (sym) = 1;
SYMBOL_VALUE (sym) = valu;
SYMBOL_DOMAIN (sym) = VAR_DOMAIN;
add_symbol_to_list (sym, &local_symbols);
break;
case 'X':
/* This is used by Sun FORTRAN for "function result value".
Sun claims ("dbx and dbxtool interfaces", 2nd ed)
that Pascal uses it too, but when I tried it Pascal used
"x:3" (local symbol) instead. */
SYMBOL_TYPE (sym) = read_type (&p, objfile);
SYMBOL_CLASS (sym) = LOC_LOCAL;
SYMBOL_VALUE (sym) = valu;
SYMBOL_DOMAIN (sym) = VAR_DOMAIN;
add_symbol_to_list (sym, &local_symbols);
break;
default:
SYMBOL_TYPE (sym) = error_type (&p, objfile);
SYMBOL_CLASS (sym) = LOC_CONST;
SYMBOL_VALUE (sym) = 0;
SYMBOL_DOMAIN (sym) = VAR_DOMAIN;
add_symbol_to_list (sym, &file_symbols);
break;
}
/* Some systems pass variables of certain types by reference instead
of by value, i.e. they will pass the address of a structure (in a
register or on the stack) instead of the structure itself. */
if (gdbarch_stabs_argument_has_addr (gdbarch, SYMBOL_TYPE (sym))
&& SYMBOL_IS_ARGUMENT (sym))
{
/* We have to convert LOC_REGISTER to LOC_REGPARM_ADDR (for
variables passed in a register). */
if (SYMBOL_CLASS (sym) == LOC_REGISTER)
SYMBOL_CLASS (sym) = LOC_REGPARM_ADDR;
/* Likewise for converting LOC_ARG to LOC_REF_ARG (for the 7th
and subsequent arguments on SPARC, for example). */
else if (SYMBOL_CLASS (sym) == LOC_ARG)
SYMBOL_CLASS (sym) = LOC_REF_ARG;
}
return sym;
}
/* Skip rest of this symbol and return an error type.
General notes on error recovery: error_type always skips to the
end of the symbol (modulo cretinous dbx symbol name continuation).
Thus code like this:
if (*(*pp)++ != ';')
return error_type (pp, objfile);
is wrong because if *pp starts out pointing at '\0' (typically as the
result of an earlier error), it will be incremented to point to the
start of the next symbol, which might produce strange results, at least
if you run off the end of the string table. Instead use
if (**pp != ';')
return error_type (pp, objfile);
++*pp;
or
if (**pp != ';')
foo = error_type (pp, objfile);
else
++*pp;
And in case it isn't obvious, the point of all this hair is so the compiler
can define new types and new syntaxes, and old versions of the
debugger will be able to read the new symbol tables. */
static struct type *
error_type (char **pp, struct objfile *objfile)
{
complaint (&symfile_complaints,
_("couldn't parse type; debugger out of date?"));
while (1)
{
/* Skip to end of symbol. */
while (**pp != '\0')
{
(*pp)++;
}
/* Check for and handle cretinous dbx symbol name continuation! */
if ((*pp)[-1] == '\\' || (*pp)[-1] == '?')
{
*pp = next_symbol_text (objfile);
}
else
{
break;
}
}
return objfile_type (objfile)->builtin_error;
}
/* Read type information or a type definition; return the type. Even
though this routine accepts either type information or a type
definition, the distinction is relevant--some parts of stabsread.c
assume that type information starts with a digit, '-', or '(' in
deciding whether to call read_type. */
static struct type *
read_type (char **pp, struct objfile *objfile)
{
struct type *type = 0;
struct type *type1;
int typenums[2];
char type_descriptor;
/* Size in bits of type if specified by a type attribute, or -1 if
there is no size attribute. */
int type_size = -1;
/* Used to distinguish string and bitstring from char-array and set. */
int is_string = 0;
/* Used to distinguish vector from array. */
int is_vector = 0;
/* Read type number if present. The type number may be omitted.
for instance in a two-dimensional array declared with type
"ar1;1;10;ar1;1;10;4". */
if ((**pp >= '0' && **pp <= '9')
|| **pp == '('
|| **pp == '-')
{
if (read_type_number (pp, typenums) != 0)
return error_type (pp, objfile);
if (**pp != '=')
{
/* Type is not being defined here. Either it already
exists, or this is a forward reference to it.
dbx_alloc_type handles both cases. */
type = dbx_alloc_type (typenums, objfile);
/* If this is a forward reference, arrange to complain if it
doesn't get patched up by the time we're done
reading. */
if (TYPE_CODE (type) == TYPE_CODE_UNDEF)
add_undefined_type (type, typenums);
return type;
}
/* Type is being defined here. */
/* Skip the '='.
Also skip the type descriptor - we get it below with (*pp)[-1]. */
(*pp) += 2;
}
else
{
/* 'typenums=' not present, type is anonymous. Read and return
the definition, but don't put it in the type vector. */
typenums[0] = typenums[1] = -1;
(*pp)++;
}
again:
type_descriptor = (*pp)[-1];
switch (type_descriptor)
{
case 'x':
{
enum type_code code;
/* Used to index through file_symbols. */
struct pending *ppt;
int i;
/* Name including "struct", etc. */
char *type_name;
{
char *from, *to, *p, *q1, *q2;
/* Set the type code according to the following letter. */
switch ((*pp)[0])
{
case 's':
code = TYPE_CODE_STRUCT;
break;
case 'u':
code = TYPE_CODE_UNION;
break;
case 'e':
code = TYPE_CODE_ENUM;
break;
default:
{
/* Complain and keep going, so compilers can invent new
cross-reference types. */
complaint (&symfile_complaints,
_("Unrecognized cross-reference type `%c'"),
(*pp)[0]);
code = TYPE_CODE_STRUCT;
break;
}
}
q1 = strchr (*pp, '<');
p = strchr (*pp, ':');
if (p == NULL)
return error_type (pp, objfile);
if (q1 && p > q1 && p[1] == ':')
{
int nesting_level = 0;
for (q2 = q1; *q2; q2++)
{
if (*q2 == '<')
nesting_level++;
else if (*q2 == '>')
nesting_level--;
else if (*q2 == ':' && nesting_level == 0)
break;
}
p = q2;
if (*p != ':')
return error_type (pp, objfile);
}
type_name = NULL;
if (current_subfile->language == language_cplus)
{
char *new_name, *name = alloca (p - *pp + 1);
memcpy (name, *pp, p - *pp);
name[p - *pp] = '\0';
new_name = cp_canonicalize_string (name);
if (new_name != NULL)
{
type_name = obsavestring (new_name, strlen (new_name),
&objfile->objfile_obstack);
xfree (new_name);
}
}
if (type_name == NULL)
{
to = type_name = (char *)
obstack_alloc (&objfile->objfile_obstack, p - *pp + 1);
/* Copy the name. */
from = *pp + 1;
while (from < p)
*to++ = *from++;
*to = '\0';
}
/* Set the pointer ahead of the name which we just read, and
the colon. */
*pp = p + 1;
}
/* If this type has already been declared, then reuse the same
type, rather than allocating a new one. This saves some
memory. */
for (ppt = file_symbols; ppt; ppt = ppt->next)
for (i = 0; i < ppt->nsyms; i++)
{
struct symbol *sym = ppt->symbol[i];
if (SYMBOL_CLASS (sym) == LOC_TYPEDEF
&& SYMBOL_DOMAIN (sym) == STRUCT_DOMAIN
&& (TYPE_CODE (SYMBOL_TYPE (sym)) == code)
&& strcmp (SYMBOL_LINKAGE_NAME (sym), type_name) == 0)
{
obstack_free (&objfile->objfile_obstack, type_name);
type = SYMBOL_TYPE (sym);
if (typenums[0] != -1)
*dbx_lookup_type (typenums, objfile) = type;
return type;
}
}
/* Didn't find the type to which this refers, so we must
be dealing with a forward reference. Allocate a type
structure for it, and keep track of it so we can
fill in the rest of the fields when we get the full
type. */
type = dbx_alloc_type (typenums, objfile);
TYPE_CODE (type) = code;
TYPE_TAG_NAME (type) = type_name;
INIT_CPLUS_SPECIFIC (type);
TYPE_STUB (type) = 1;
add_undefined_type (type, typenums);
return type;
}
case '-': /* RS/6000 built-in type */
case '0':
case '1':
case '2':
case '3':
case '4':
case '5':
case '6':
case '7':
case '8':
case '9':
case '(':
(*pp)--;
/* We deal with something like t(1,2)=(3,4)=... which
the Lucid compiler and recent gcc versions (post 2.7.3) use. */
/* Allocate and enter the typedef type first.
This handles recursive types. */
type = dbx_alloc_type (typenums, objfile);
TYPE_CODE (type) = TYPE_CODE_TYPEDEF;
{
struct type *xtype = read_type (pp, objfile);
if (type == xtype)
{
/* It's being defined as itself. That means it is "void". */
TYPE_CODE (type) = TYPE_CODE_VOID;
TYPE_LENGTH (type) = 1;
}
else if (type_size >= 0 || is_string)
{
/* This is the absolute wrong way to construct types. Every
other debug format has found a way around this problem and
the related problems with unnecessarily stubbed types;
someone motivated should attempt to clean up the issue
here as well. Once a type pointed to has been created it
should not be modified.
Well, it's not *absolutely* wrong. Constructing recursive
types (trees, linked lists) necessarily entails modifying
types after creating them. Constructing any loop structure
entails side effects. The Dwarf 2 reader does handle this
more gracefully (it never constructs more than once
instance of a type object, so it doesn't have to copy type
objects wholesale), but it still mutates type objects after
other folks have references to them.
Keep in mind that this circularity/mutation issue shows up
at the source language level, too: C's "incomplete types",
for example. So the proper cleanup, I think, would be to
limit GDB's type smashing to match exactly those required
by the source language. So GDB could have a
"complete_this_type" function, but never create unnecessary
copies of a type otherwise. */
replace_type (type, xtype);
TYPE_NAME (type) = NULL;
TYPE_TAG_NAME (type) = NULL;
}
else
{
TYPE_TARGET_STUB (type) = 1;
TYPE_TARGET_TYPE (type) = xtype;
}
}
break;
/* In the following types, we must be sure to overwrite any existing
type that the typenums refer to, rather than allocating a new one
and making the typenums point to the new one. This is because there
may already be pointers to the existing type (if it had been
forward-referenced), and we must change it to a pointer, function,
reference, or whatever, *in-place*. */
case '*': /* Pointer to another type */
type1 = read_type (pp, objfile);
type = make_pointer_type (type1, dbx_lookup_type (typenums, objfile));
break;
case '&': /* Reference to another type */
type1 = read_type (pp, objfile);
type = make_reference_type (type1, dbx_lookup_type (typenums, objfile));
break;
case 'f': /* Function returning another type */
type1 = read_type (pp, objfile);
type = make_function_type (type1, dbx_lookup_type (typenums, objfile));
break;
case 'g': /* Prototyped function. (Sun) */
{
/* Unresolved questions:
- According to Sun's ``STABS Interface Manual'', for 'f'
and 'F' symbol descriptors, a `0' in the argument type list
indicates a varargs function. But it doesn't say how 'g'
type descriptors represent that info. Someone with access
to Sun's toolchain should try it out.
- According to the comment in define_symbol (search for
`process_prototype_types:'), Sun emits integer arguments as
types which ref themselves --- like `void' types. Do we
have to deal with that here, too? Again, someone with
access to Sun's toolchain should try it out and let us
know. */
const char *type_start = (*pp) - 1;
struct type *return_type = read_type (pp, objfile);
struct type *func_type
= make_function_type (return_type,
dbx_lookup_type (typenums, objfile));
struct type_list {
struct type *type;
struct type_list *next;
} *arg_types = 0;
int num_args = 0;
while (**pp && **pp != '#')
{
struct type *arg_type = read_type (pp, objfile);
struct type_list *new = alloca (sizeof (*new));
new->type = arg_type;
new->next = arg_types;
arg_types = new;
num_args++;
}
if (**pp == '#')
++*pp;
else
{
complaint (&symfile_complaints,
_("Prototyped function type didn't "
"end arguments with `#':\n%s"),
type_start);
}
/* If there is just one argument whose type is `void', then
that's just an empty argument list. */
if (arg_types
&& ! arg_types->next
&& TYPE_CODE (arg_types->type) == TYPE_CODE_VOID)
num_args = 0;
TYPE_FIELDS (func_type)
= (struct field *) TYPE_ALLOC (func_type,
num_args * sizeof (struct field));
memset (TYPE_FIELDS (func_type), 0, num_args * sizeof (struct field));
{
int i;
struct type_list *t;
/* We stuck each argument type onto the front of the list
when we read it, so the list is reversed. Build the
fields array right-to-left. */
for (t = arg_types, i = num_args - 1; t; t = t->next, i--)
TYPE_FIELD_TYPE (func_type, i) = t->type;
}
TYPE_NFIELDS (func_type) = num_args;
TYPE_PROTOTYPED (func_type) = 1;
type = func_type;
break;
}
case 'k': /* Const qualifier on some type (Sun) */
type = read_type (pp, objfile);
type = make_cv_type (1, TYPE_VOLATILE (type), type,
dbx_lookup_type (typenums, objfile));
break;
case 'B': /* Volatile qual on some type (Sun) */
type = read_type (pp, objfile);
type = make_cv_type (TYPE_CONST (type), 1, type,
dbx_lookup_type (typenums, objfile));
break;
case '@':
if (isdigit (**pp) || **pp == '(' || **pp == '-')
{ /* Member (class & variable) type */
/* FIXME -- we should be doing smash_to_XXX types here. */
struct type *domain = read_type (pp, objfile);
struct type *memtype;
if (**pp != ',')
/* Invalid member type data format. */
return error_type (pp, objfile);
++*pp;
memtype = read_type (pp, objfile);
type = dbx_alloc_type (typenums, objfile);
smash_to_memberptr_type (type, domain, memtype);
}
else
/* type attribute */
{
char *attr = *pp;
/* Skip to the semicolon. */
while (**pp != ';' && **pp != '\0')
++(*pp);
if (**pp == '\0')
return error_type (pp, objfile);
else
++ * pp; /* Skip the semicolon. */
switch (*attr)
{
case 's': /* Size attribute */
type_size = atoi (attr + 1);
if (type_size <= 0)
type_size = -1;
break;
case 'S': /* String attribute */
/* FIXME: check to see if following type is array? */
is_string = 1;
break;
case 'V': /* Vector attribute */
/* FIXME: check to see if following type is array? */
is_vector = 1;
break;
default:
/* Ignore unrecognized type attributes, so future compilers
can invent new ones. */
break;
}
++*pp;
goto again;
}
break;
case '#': /* Method (class & fn) type */
if ((*pp)[0] == '#')
{
/* We'll get the parameter types from the name. */
struct type *return_type;
(*pp)++;
return_type = read_type (pp, objfile);
if (*(*pp)++ != ';')
complaint (&symfile_complaints,
_("invalid (minimal) member type "
"data format at symtab pos %d."),
symnum);
type = allocate_stub_method (return_type);
if (typenums[0] != -1)
*dbx_lookup_type (typenums, objfile) = type;
}
else
{
struct type *domain = read_type (pp, objfile);
struct type *return_type;
struct field *args;
int nargs, varargs;
if (**pp != ',')
/* Invalid member type data format. */
return error_type (pp, objfile);
else
++(*pp);
return_type = read_type (pp, objfile);
args = read_args (pp, ';', objfile, &nargs, &varargs);
if (args == NULL)
return error_type (pp, objfile);
type = dbx_alloc_type (typenums, objfile);
smash_to_method_type (type, domain, return_type, args,
nargs, varargs);
}
break;
case 'r': /* Range type */
type = read_range_type (pp, typenums, type_size, objfile);
if (typenums[0] != -1)
*dbx_lookup_type (typenums, objfile) = type;
break;
case 'b':
{
/* Sun ACC builtin int type */
type = read_sun_builtin_type (pp, typenums, objfile);
if (typenums[0] != -1)
*dbx_lookup_type (typenums, objfile) = type;
}
break;
case 'R': /* Sun ACC builtin float type */
type = read_sun_floating_type (pp, typenums, objfile);
if (typenums[0] != -1)
*dbx_lookup_type (typenums, objfile) = type;
break;
case 'e': /* Enumeration type */
type = dbx_alloc_type (typenums, objfile);
type = read_enum_type (pp, type, objfile);
if (typenums[0] != -1)
*dbx_lookup_type (typenums, objfile) = type;
break;
case 's': /* Struct type */
case 'u': /* Union type */
{
enum type_code type_code = TYPE_CODE_UNDEF;
type = dbx_alloc_type (typenums, objfile);
switch (type_descriptor)
{
case 's':
type_code = TYPE_CODE_STRUCT;
break;
case 'u':
type_code = TYPE_CODE_UNION;
break;
}
type = read_struct_type (pp, type, type_code, objfile);
break;
}
case 'a': /* Array type */
if (**pp != 'r')
return error_type (pp, objfile);
++*pp;
type = dbx_alloc_type (typenums, objfile);
type = read_array_type (pp, type, objfile);
if (is_string)
TYPE_CODE (type) = TYPE_CODE_STRING;
if (is_vector)
make_vector_type (type);
break;
case 'S': /* Set or bitstring type */
type1 = read_type (pp, objfile);
type = create_set_type ((struct type *) NULL, type1);
if (is_string)
TYPE_CODE (type) = TYPE_CODE_BITSTRING;
if (typenums[0] != -1)
*dbx_lookup_type (typenums, objfile) = type;
break;
default:
--*pp; /* Go back to the symbol in error. */
/* Particularly important if it was \0! */
return error_type (pp, objfile);
}
if (type == 0)
{
warning (_("GDB internal error, type is NULL in stabsread.c."));
return error_type (pp, objfile);
}
/* Size specified in a type attribute overrides any other size. */
if (type_size != -1)
TYPE_LENGTH (type) = (type_size + TARGET_CHAR_BIT - 1) / TARGET_CHAR_BIT;
return type;
}
/* RS/6000 xlc/dbx combination uses a set of builtin types, starting from -1.
Return the proper type node for a given builtin type number. */
static const struct objfile_data *rs6000_builtin_type_data;
static struct type *
rs6000_builtin_type (int typenum, struct objfile *objfile)
{
struct type **negative_types = objfile_data (objfile,
rs6000_builtin_type_data);
/* We recognize types numbered from -NUMBER_RECOGNIZED to -1. */
#define NUMBER_RECOGNIZED 34
struct type *rettype = NULL;
if (typenum >= 0 || typenum < -NUMBER_RECOGNIZED)
{
complaint (&symfile_complaints, _("Unknown builtin type %d"), typenum);
return objfile_type (objfile)->builtin_error;
}
if (!negative_types)
{
/* This includes an empty slot for type number -0. */
negative_types = OBSTACK_CALLOC (&objfile->objfile_obstack,
NUMBER_RECOGNIZED + 1, struct type *);
set_objfile_data (objfile, rs6000_builtin_type_data, negative_types);
}
if (negative_types[-typenum] != NULL)
return negative_types[-typenum];
#if TARGET_CHAR_BIT != 8
#error This code wrong for TARGET_CHAR_BIT not 8
/* These definitions all assume that TARGET_CHAR_BIT is 8. I think
that if that ever becomes not true, the correct fix will be to
make the size in the struct type to be in bits, not in units of
TARGET_CHAR_BIT. */
#endif
switch (-typenum)
{
case 1:
/* The size of this and all the other types are fixed, defined
by the debugging format. If there is a type called "int" which
is other than 32 bits, then it should use a new negative type
number (or avoid negative type numbers for that case).
See stabs.texinfo. */
rettype = init_type (TYPE_CODE_INT, 4, 0, "int", objfile);
break;
case 2:
rettype = init_type (TYPE_CODE_INT, 1, 0, "char", objfile);
break;
case 3:
rettype = init_type (TYPE_CODE_INT, 2, 0, "short", objfile);
break;
case 4:
rettype = init_type (TYPE_CODE_INT, 4, 0, "long", objfile);
break;
case 5:
rettype = init_type (TYPE_CODE_INT, 1, TYPE_FLAG_UNSIGNED,
"unsigned char", objfile);
break;
case 6:
rettype = init_type (TYPE_CODE_INT, 1, 0, "signed char", objfile);
break;
case 7:
rettype = init_type (TYPE_CODE_INT, 2, TYPE_FLAG_UNSIGNED,
"unsigned short", objfile);
break;
case 8:
rettype = init_type (TYPE_CODE_INT, 4, TYPE_FLAG_UNSIGNED,
"unsigned int", objfile);
break;
case 9:
rettype = init_type (TYPE_CODE_INT, 4, TYPE_FLAG_UNSIGNED,
"unsigned", objfile);
break;
case 10:
rettype = init_type (TYPE_CODE_INT, 4, TYPE_FLAG_UNSIGNED,
"unsigned long", objfile);
break;
case 11:
rettype = init_type (TYPE_CODE_VOID, 1, 0, "void", objfile);
break;
case 12:
/* IEEE single precision (32 bit). */
rettype = init_type (TYPE_CODE_FLT, 4, 0, "float", objfile);
break;
case 13:
/* IEEE double precision (64 bit). */
rettype = init_type (TYPE_CODE_FLT, 8, 0, "double", objfile);
break;
case 14:
/* This is an IEEE double on the RS/6000, and different machines with
different sizes for "long double" should use different negative
type numbers. See stabs.texinfo. */
rettype = init_type (TYPE_CODE_FLT, 8, 0, "long double", objfile);
break;
case 15:
rettype = init_type (TYPE_CODE_INT, 4, 0, "integer", objfile);
break;
case 16:
rettype = init_type (TYPE_CODE_BOOL, 4, TYPE_FLAG_UNSIGNED,
"boolean", objfile);
break;
case 17:
rettype = init_type (TYPE_CODE_FLT, 4, 0, "short real", objfile);
break;
case 18:
rettype = init_type (TYPE_CODE_FLT, 8, 0, "real", objfile);
break;
case 19:
rettype = init_type (TYPE_CODE_ERROR, 0, 0, "stringptr", objfile);
break;
case 20:
rettype = init_type (TYPE_CODE_CHAR, 1, TYPE_FLAG_UNSIGNED,
"character", objfile);
break;
case 21:
rettype = init_type (TYPE_CODE_BOOL, 1, TYPE_FLAG_UNSIGNED,
"logical*1", objfile);
break;
case 22:
rettype = init_type (TYPE_CODE_BOOL, 2, TYPE_FLAG_UNSIGNED,
"logical*2", objfile);
break;
case 23:
rettype = init_type (TYPE_CODE_BOOL, 4, TYPE_FLAG_UNSIGNED,
"logical*4", objfile);
break;
case 24:
rettype = init_type (TYPE_CODE_BOOL, 4, TYPE_FLAG_UNSIGNED,
"logical", objfile);
break;
case 25:
/* Complex type consisting of two IEEE single precision values. */
rettype = init_type (TYPE_CODE_COMPLEX, 8, 0, "complex", objfile);
TYPE_TARGET_TYPE (rettype) = init_type (TYPE_CODE_FLT, 4, 0, "float",
objfile);
break;
case 26:
/* Complex type consisting of two IEEE double precision values. */
rettype = init_type (TYPE_CODE_COMPLEX, 16, 0, "double complex", NULL);
TYPE_TARGET_TYPE (rettype) = init_type (TYPE_CODE_FLT, 8, 0, "double",
objfile);
break;
case 27:
rettype = init_type (TYPE_CODE_INT, 1, 0, "integer*1", objfile);
break;
case 28:
rettype = init_type (TYPE_CODE_INT, 2, 0, "integer*2", objfile);
break;
case 29:
rettype = init_type (TYPE_CODE_INT, 4, 0, "integer*4", objfile);
break;
case 30:
rettype = init_type (TYPE_CODE_CHAR, 2, 0, "wchar", objfile);
break;
case 31:
rettype = init_type (TYPE_CODE_INT, 8, 0, "long long", objfile);
break;
case 32:
rettype = init_type (TYPE_CODE_INT, 8, TYPE_FLAG_UNSIGNED,
"unsigned long long", objfile);
break;
case 33:
rettype = init_type (TYPE_CODE_INT, 8, TYPE_FLAG_UNSIGNED,
"logical*8", objfile);
break;
case 34:
rettype = init_type (TYPE_CODE_INT, 8, 0, "integer*8", objfile);
break;
}
negative_types[-typenum] = rettype;
return rettype;
}
/* This page contains subroutines of read_type. */
/* Wrapper around method_name_from_physname to flag a complaint
if there is an error. */
static char *
stabs_method_name_from_physname (const char *physname)
{
char *method_name;
method_name = method_name_from_physname (physname);
if (method_name == NULL)
{
complaint (&symfile_complaints,
_("Method has bad physname %s\n"), physname);
return NULL;
}
return method_name;
}
/* Read member function stabs info for C++ classes. The form of each member
function data is:
NAME :: TYPENUM[=type definition] ARGS : PHYSNAME ;
An example with two member functions is:
afunc1::20=##15;:i;2A.;afunc2::20:i;2A.;
For the case of overloaded operators, the format is op$::*.funcs, where
$ is the CPLUS_MARKER (usually '$'), `*' holds the place for an operator
name (such as `+=') and `.' marks the end of the operator name.
Returns 1 for success, 0 for failure. */
static int
read_member_functions (struct field_info *fip, char **pp, struct type *type,
struct objfile *objfile)
{
int nfn_fields = 0;
int length = 0;
int i;
struct next_fnfield
{
struct next_fnfield *next;
struct fn_field fn_field;
}
*sublist;
struct type *look_ahead_type;
struct next_fnfieldlist *new_fnlist;
struct next_fnfield *new_sublist;
char *main_fn_name;
char *p;
/* Process each list until we find something that is not a member function
or find the end of the functions. */
while (**pp != ';')
{
/* We should be positioned at the start of the function name.
Scan forward to find the first ':' and if it is not the
first of a "::" delimiter, then this is not a member function. */
p = *pp;
while (*p != ':')
{
p++;
}
if (p[1] != ':')
{
break;
}
sublist = NULL;
look_ahead_type = NULL;
length = 0;
new_fnlist = (struct next_fnfieldlist *)
xmalloc (sizeof (struct next_fnfieldlist));
make_cleanup (xfree, new_fnlist);
memset (new_fnlist, 0, sizeof (struct next_fnfieldlist));
if ((*pp)[0] == 'o' && (*pp)[1] == 'p' && is_cplus_marker ((*pp)[2]))
{
/* This is a completely wierd case. In order to stuff in the
names that might contain colons (the usual name delimiter),
Mike Tiemann defined a different name format which is
signalled if the identifier is "op$". In that case, the
format is "op$::XXXX." where XXXX is the name. This is
used for names like "+" or "=". YUUUUUUUK! FIXME! */
/* This lets the user type "break operator+".
We could just put in "+" as the name, but that wouldn't
work for "*". */
static char opname[32] = "op$";
char *o = opname + 3;
/* Skip past '::'. */
*pp = p + 2;
STABS_CONTINUE (pp, objfile);
p = *pp;
while (*p != '.')
{
*o++ = *p++;
}
main_fn_name = savestring (opname, o - opname);
/* Skip past '.' */
*pp = p + 1;
}
else
{
main_fn_name = savestring (*pp, p - *pp);
/* Skip past '::'. */
*pp = p + 2;
}
new_fnlist->fn_fieldlist.name = main_fn_name;
do
{
new_sublist =
(struct next_fnfield *) xmalloc (sizeof (struct next_fnfield));
make_cleanup (xfree, new_sublist);
memset (new_sublist, 0, sizeof (struct next_fnfield));
/* Check for and handle cretinous dbx symbol name continuation! */
if (look_ahead_type == NULL)
{
/* Normal case. */
STABS_CONTINUE (pp, objfile);
new_sublist->fn_field.type = read_type (pp, objfile);
if (**pp != ':')
{
/* Invalid symtab info for member function. */
return 0;
}
}
else
{
/* g++ version 1 kludge */
new_sublist->fn_field.type = look_ahead_type;
look_ahead_type = NULL;
}
(*pp)++;
p = *pp;
while (*p != ';')
{
p++;
}
/* If this is just a stub, then we don't have the real name here. */
if (TYPE_STUB (new_sublist->fn_field.type))
{
if (!TYPE_DOMAIN_TYPE (new_sublist->fn_field.type))
TYPE_DOMAIN_TYPE (new_sublist->fn_field.type) = type;
new_sublist->fn_field.is_stub = 1;
}
new_sublist->fn_field.physname = savestring (*pp, p - *pp);
*pp = p + 1;
/* Set this member function's visibility fields. */
switch (*(*pp)++)
{
case VISIBILITY_PRIVATE:
new_sublist->fn_field.is_private = 1;
break;
case VISIBILITY_PROTECTED:
new_sublist->fn_field.is_protected = 1;
break;
}
STABS_CONTINUE (pp, objfile);
switch (**pp)
{
case 'A': /* Normal functions. */
new_sublist->fn_field.is_const = 0;
new_sublist->fn_field.is_volatile = 0;
(*pp)++;
break;
case 'B': /* `const' member functions. */
new_sublist->fn_field.is_const = 1;
new_sublist->fn_field.is_volatile = 0;
(*pp)++;
break;
case 'C': /* `volatile' member function. */
new_sublist->fn_field.is_const = 0;
new_sublist->fn_field.is_volatile = 1;
(*pp)++;
break;
case 'D': /* `const volatile' member function. */
new_sublist->fn_field.is_const = 1;
new_sublist->fn_field.is_volatile = 1;
(*pp)++;
break;
case '*': /* File compiled with g++ version 1 --
no info. */
case '?':
case '.':
break;
default:
complaint (&symfile_complaints,
_("const/volatile indicator missing, got '%c'"),
**pp);
break;
}
switch (*(*pp)++)
{
case '*':
{
int nbits;
/* virtual member function, followed by index.
The sign bit is set to distinguish pointers-to-methods
from virtual function indicies. Since the array is
in words, the quantity must be shifted left by 1
on 16 bit machine, and by 2 on 32 bit machine, forcing
the sign bit out, and usable as a valid index into
the array. Remove the sign bit here. */
new_sublist->fn_field.voffset =
(0x7fffffff & read_huge_number (pp, ';', &nbits, 0)) + 2;
if (nbits != 0)
return 0;
STABS_CONTINUE (pp, objfile);
if (**pp == ';' || **pp == '\0')
{
/* Must be g++ version 1. */
new_sublist->fn_field.fcontext = 0;
}
else
{
/* Figure out from whence this virtual function came.
It may belong to virtual function table of
one of its baseclasses. */
look_ahead_type = read_type (pp, objfile);
if (**pp == ':')
{
/* g++ version 1 overloaded methods. */
}
else
{
new_sublist->fn_field.fcontext = look_ahead_type;
if (**pp != ';')
{
return 0;
}
else
{
++*pp;
}
look_ahead_type = NULL;
}
}
break;
}
case '?':
/* static member function. */
{
int slen = strlen (main_fn_name);
new_sublist->fn_field.voffset = VOFFSET_STATIC;
/* For static member functions, we can't tell if they
are stubbed, as they are put out as functions, and not as
methods.
GCC v2 emits the fully mangled name if
dbxout.c:flag_minimal_debug is not set, so we have to
detect a fully mangled physname here and set is_stub
accordingly. Fully mangled physnames in v2 start with
the member function name, followed by two underscores.
GCC v3 currently always emits stubbed member functions,
but with fully mangled physnames, which start with _Z. */
if (!(strncmp (new_sublist->fn_field.physname,
main_fn_name, slen) == 0
&& new_sublist->fn_field.physname[slen] == '_'
&& new_sublist->fn_field.physname[slen + 1] == '_'))
{
new_sublist->fn_field.is_stub = 1;
}
break;
}
default:
/* error */
complaint (&symfile_complaints,
_("member function type missing, got '%c'"),
(*pp)[-1]);
/* Fall through into normal member function. */
case '.':
/* normal member function. */
new_sublist->fn_field.voffset = 0;
new_sublist->fn_field.fcontext = 0;
break;
}
new_sublist->next = sublist;
sublist = new_sublist;
length++;
STABS_CONTINUE (pp, objfile);
}
while (**pp != ';' && **pp != '\0');
(*pp)++;
STABS_CONTINUE (pp, objfile);
/* Skip GCC 3.X member functions which are duplicates of the callable
constructor/destructor. */
if (strcmp_iw (main_fn_name, "__base_ctor ") == 0
|| strcmp_iw (main_fn_name, "__base_dtor ") == 0
|| strcmp (main_fn_name, "__deleting_dtor") == 0)
{
xfree (main_fn_name);
}
else
{
int has_stub = 0;
int has_destructor = 0, has_other = 0;
int is_v3 = 0;
struct next_fnfield *tmp_sublist;
/* Various versions of GCC emit various mostly-useless
strings in the name field for special member functions.
For stub methods, we need to defer correcting the name
until we are ready to unstub the method, because the current
name string is used by gdb_mangle_name. The only stub methods
of concern here are GNU v2 operators; other methods have their
names correct (see caveat below).
For non-stub methods, in GNU v3, we have a complete physname.
Therefore we can safely correct the name now. This primarily
affects constructors and destructors, whose name will be
__comp_ctor or __comp_dtor instead of Foo or ~Foo. Cast
operators will also have incorrect names; for instance,
"operator int" will be named "operator i" (i.e. the type is
mangled).
For non-stub methods in GNU v2, we have no easy way to
know if we have a complete physname or not. For most
methods the result depends on the platform (if CPLUS_MARKER
can be `$' or `.', it will use minimal debug information, or
otherwise the full physname will be included).
Rather than dealing with this, we take a different approach.
For v3 mangled names, we can use the full physname; for v2,
we use cplus_demangle_opname (which is actually v2 specific),
because the only interesting names are all operators - once again
barring the caveat below. Skip this process if any method in the
group is a stub, to prevent our fouling up the workings of
gdb_mangle_name.
The caveat: GCC 2.95.x (and earlier?) put constructors and
destructors in the same method group. We need to split this
into two groups, because they should have different names.
So for each method group we check whether it contains both
routines whose physname appears to be a destructor (the physnames
for and destructors are always provided, due to quirks in v2
mangling) and routines whose physname does not appear to be a
destructor. If so then we break up the list into two halves.
Even if the constructors and destructors aren't in the same group
the destructor will still lack the leading tilde, so that also
needs to be fixed.
So, to summarize what we expect and handle here:
Given Given Real Real Action
method name physname physname method name
__opi [none] __opi__3Foo operator int opname
[now or later]
Foo _._3Foo _._3Foo ~Foo separate and
rename
operator i _ZN3FoocviEv _ZN3FoocviEv operator int demangle
__comp_ctor _ZN3FooC1ERKS_ _ZN3FooC1ERKS_ Foo demangle
*/
tmp_sublist = sublist;
while (tmp_sublist != NULL)
{
if (tmp_sublist->fn_field.is_stub)
has_stub = 1;
if (tmp_sublist->fn_field.physname[0] == '_'
&& tmp_sublist->fn_field.physname[1] == 'Z')
is_v3 = 1;
if (is_destructor_name (tmp_sublist->fn_field.physname))
has_destructor++;
else
has_other++;
tmp_sublist = tmp_sublist->next;
}
if (has_destructor && has_other)
{
struct next_fnfieldlist *destr_fnlist;
struct next_fnfield *last_sublist;
/* Create a new fn_fieldlist for the destructors. */
destr_fnlist = (struct next_fnfieldlist *)
xmalloc (sizeof (struct next_fnfieldlist));
make_cleanup (xfree, destr_fnlist);
memset (destr_fnlist, 0, sizeof (struct next_fnfieldlist));
destr_fnlist->fn_fieldlist.name
= obconcat (&objfile->objfile_obstack, "~",
new_fnlist->fn_fieldlist.name, (char *) NULL);
destr_fnlist->fn_fieldlist.fn_fields = (struct fn_field *)
obstack_alloc (&objfile->objfile_obstack,
sizeof (struct fn_field) * has_destructor);
memset (destr_fnlist->fn_fieldlist.fn_fields, 0,
sizeof (struct fn_field) * has_destructor);
tmp_sublist = sublist;
last_sublist = NULL;
i = 0;
while (tmp_sublist != NULL)
{
if (!is_destructor_name (tmp_sublist->fn_field.physname))
{
tmp_sublist = tmp_sublist->next;
continue;
}
destr_fnlist->fn_fieldlist.fn_fields[i++]
= tmp_sublist->fn_field;
if (last_sublist)
last_sublist->next = tmp_sublist->next;
else
sublist = tmp_sublist->next;
last_sublist = tmp_sublist;
tmp_sublist = tmp_sublist->next;
}
destr_fnlist->fn_fieldlist.length = has_destructor;
destr_fnlist->next = fip->fnlist;
fip->fnlist = destr_fnlist;
nfn_fields++;
length -= has_destructor;
}
else if (is_v3)
{
/* v3 mangling prevents the use of abbreviated physnames,
so we can do this here. There are stubbed methods in v3
only:
- in -gstabs instead of -gstabs+
- or for static methods, which are output as a function type
instead of a method type. */
char *new_method_name =
stabs_method_name_from_physname (sublist->fn_field.physname);
if (new_method_name != NULL
&& strcmp (new_method_name,
new_fnlist->fn_fieldlist.name) != 0)
{
new_fnlist->fn_fieldlist.name = new_method_name;
xfree (main_fn_name);
}
else
xfree (new_method_name);
}
else if (has_destructor && new_fnlist->fn_fieldlist.name[0] != '~')
{
new_fnlist->fn_fieldlist.name =
obconcat (&objfile->objfile_obstack,
"~", main_fn_name, (char *)NULL);
xfree (main_fn_name);
}
else if (!has_stub)
{
char dem_opname[256];
int ret;
ret = cplus_demangle_opname (new_fnlist->fn_fieldlist.name,
dem_opname, DMGL_ANSI);
if (!ret)
ret = cplus_demangle_opname (new_fnlist->fn_fieldlist.name,
dem_opname, 0);
if (ret)
new_fnlist->fn_fieldlist.name
= obsavestring (dem_opname, strlen (dem_opname),
&objfile->objfile_obstack);
xfree (main_fn_name);
}
new_fnlist->fn_fieldlist.fn_fields = (struct fn_field *)
obstack_alloc (&objfile->objfile_obstack,
sizeof (struct fn_field) * length);
memset (new_fnlist->fn_fieldlist.fn_fields, 0,
sizeof (struct fn_field) * length);
for (i = length; (i--, sublist); sublist = sublist->next)
{
new_fnlist->fn_fieldlist.fn_fields[i] = sublist->fn_field;
}
new_fnlist->fn_fieldlist.length = length;
new_fnlist->next = fip->fnlist;
fip->fnlist = new_fnlist;
nfn_fields++;
}
}
if (nfn_fields)
{
ALLOCATE_CPLUS_STRUCT_TYPE (type);
TYPE_FN_FIELDLISTS (type) = (struct fn_fieldlist *)
TYPE_ALLOC (type, sizeof (struct fn_fieldlist) * nfn_fields);
memset (TYPE_FN_FIELDLISTS (type), 0,
sizeof (struct fn_fieldlist) * nfn_fields);
TYPE_NFN_FIELDS (type) = nfn_fields;
}
return 1;
}
/* Special GNU C++ name.
Returns 1 for success, 0 for failure. "failure" means that we can't
keep parsing and it's time for error_type(). */
static int
read_cpp_abbrev (struct field_info *fip, char **pp, struct type *type,
struct objfile *objfile)
{
char *p;
const char *name;
char cpp_abbrev;
struct type *context;
p = *pp;
if (*++p == 'v')
{
name = NULL;
cpp_abbrev = *++p;
*pp = p + 1;
/* At this point, *pp points to something like "22:23=*22...",
where the type number before the ':' is the "context" and
everything after is a regular type definition. Lookup the
type, find it's name, and construct the field name. */
context = read_type (pp, objfile);
switch (cpp_abbrev)
{
case 'f': /* $vf -- a virtual function table pointer */
name = type_name_no_tag (context);
if (name == NULL)
{
name = "";
}
fip->list->field.name = obconcat (&objfile->objfile_obstack,
vptr_name, name, (char *) NULL);
break;
case 'b': /* $vb -- a virtual bsomethingorother */
name = type_name_no_tag (context);
if (name == NULL)
{
complaint (&symfile_complaints,
_("C++ abbreviated type name "
"unknown at symtab pos %d"),
symnum);
name = "FOO";
}
fip->list->field.name = obconcat (&objfile->objfile_obstack, vb_name,
name, (char *) NULL);
break;
default:
invalid_cpp_abbrev_complaint (*pp);
fip->list->field.name = obconcat (&objfile->objfile_obstack,
"INVALID_CPLUSPLUS_ABBREV",
(char *) NULL);