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/* Common things used by the various darwin files
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#ifndef __DARWIN_NAT_H__
#define __DARWIN_NAT_H__
#include <mach/mach.h>
#include "gdb_assert.h"
/* Describe the mach exception handling state for a task. This state is saved
before being changed and restored when a process is detached.
For more information on these fields see task_get_exception_ports manual
page. */
struct darwin_exception_info
/* Exceptions handled by the port. */
exception_mask_t masks[EXC_TYPES_COUNT];
/* Ports receiving exception messages. */
mach_port_t ports[EXC_TYPES_COUNT];
/* Type of messages sent. */
exception_behavior_t behaviors[EXC_TYPES_COUNT];
/* Type of state to be sent. */
thread_state_flavor_t flavors[EXC_TYPES_COUNT];
/* Number of elements set. */
mach_msg_type_number_t count;
typedef struct darwin_exception_info darwin_exception_info;
struct darwin_exception_msg
mach_msg_header_t header;
/* Thread and task taking the exception. */
mach_port_t thread_port;
mach_port_t task_port;
/* Type of the exception. */
exception_type_t ex_type;
/* Machine dependent details. */
mach_msg_type_number_t data_count;
integer_t ex_data[2];
enum darwin_msg_state
/* The thread is running. */
/* The thread is stopped. */
/* The thread has sent a message and waits for a reply. */
struct private_thread_info
/* The thread port from a GDB point of view. */
thread_t gdb_port;
/* The thread port from the inferior point of view. Not to be used inside
gdb except for get_ada_task_ptid. */
thread_t inf_port;
/* Current message state.
If the kernel has sent a message it expects a reply and the inferior
can't be killed before. */
enum darwin_msg_state msg_state;
/* True if this thread is single-stepped. */
unsigned char single_step;
/* True if a signal was manually sent to the thread. */
unsigned char signaled;
/* The last exception received. */
struct darwin_exception_msg event;
typedef struct private_thread_info darwin_thread_t;
/* Define the threads vector type. */
DEF_VEC_O (darwin_thread_t);
/* Describe an inferior. */
struct private_inferior
/* Corresponding task port. */
task_t task;
/* Port which will receive the dead-name notification for the task port.
This is used to detect the death of the task. */
mach_port_t notify_port;
/* Initial exception handling. */
darwin_exception_info exception_info;
/* Number of messages that have been received but not yet replied. */
unsigned int pending_messages;
/* Set if inferior is not controlled by ptrace(2) but through Mach. */
unsigned char no_ptrace;
/* True if this task is suspended. */
unsigned char suspended;
/* Sorted vector of known threads. */
VEC(darwin_thread_t) *threads;
typedef struct private_inferior darwin_inferior;
/* Exception port. */
extern mach_port_t darwin_ex_port;
/* Port set. */
extern mach_port_t darwin_port_set;
/* A copy of mach_host_self (). */
extern mach_port_t darwin_host_self;
/* ASSERT_FUNCTION is defined in gdb_assert.h (or not). */
#define MACH_CHECK_ERROR(ret) \
mach_check_error (ret, __FILE__, __LINE__, ASSERT_FUNCTION)
#define MACH_CHECK_ERROR(ret) \
mach_check_error (ret, __FILE__, __LINE__, "??")
extern void mach_check_error (kern_return_t ret, const char *file,
unsigned int line, const char *func);
void darwin_set_sstep (thread_t thread, int enable);
/* This one is called in darwin-nat.c, but needs to be provided by the
platform specific nat code. It allows each platform to add platform specific
stuff to the darwin_ops. */
extern void darwin_complete_target (struct target_ops *target);
void darwin_check_osabi (darwin_inferior *inf, thread_t thread);
#endif /* __DARWIN_NAT_H__ */