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/* Generic SDT probe support for GDB.
Copyright (C) 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
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 <>. */
#if !defined (PROBE_H)
#define PROBE_H 1
#include "gdb_vecs.h"
struct linespec_result;
/* Structure useful for passing the header names in the method
`gen_ui_out_table_header'. */
struct info_probe_column
/* The internal name of the field. This string cannot be capitalized nor
localized, e.g., "extra_field". */
const char *field_name;
/* The field name to be printed in the `info probes' command. This
string can be capitalized and localized, e.g., _("Extra Field"). */
const char *print_name;
typedef struct info_probe_column info_probe_column_s;
DEF_VEC_O (info_probe_column_s);
/* Operations associated with a probe. */
struct probe_ops
/* Method responsible for verifying if LINESPECP is a valid linespec for
a probe breakpoint. It should return 1 if it is, or zero if it is not.
It also should update LINESPECP in order to discard the breakpoint
option associated with this linespec. For example, if the option is
`-probe', and the LINESPECP is `-probe abc', the function should
return 1 and set LINESPECP to `abc'. */
int (*is_linespec) (const char **linespecp);
/* Function that should fill PROBES with known probes from OBJFILE. */
void (*get_probes) (VEC (probe_p) **probes, struct objfile *objfile);
/* Function used to relocate addresses from PROBE according to some DELTA
provided. */
void (*relocate) (struct probe *probe, CORE_ADDR delta);
/* Return the number of arguments of PROBE. */
unsigned (*get_probe_argument_count) (struct probe *probe,
struct objfile *objfile);
/* Evaluate the Nth argument from the PROBE, returning a value
corresponding to it. The argument number is represented N. */
struct value *(*evaluate_probe_argument) (struct probe *probe,
struct objfile *objfile,
unsigned n);
/* Compile the Nth argument of the PROBE to an agent expression.
The argument number is represented by N. */
void (*compile_to_ax) (struct probe *probe, struct objfile *objfile,
struct agent_expr *aexpr,
struct axs_value *axs_value, unsigned n);
/* Set the semaphore associated with the PROBE. This function only makes
sense if the probe has a concept of semaphore associated to a
probe. */
void (*set_semaphore) (struct probe *probe, struct gdbarch *gdbarch);
/* Clear the semaphore associated with the PROBE. This function only
makes sense if the probe has a concept of semaphore associated to
a probe. */
void (*clear_semaphore) (struct probe *probe, struct gdbarch *gdbarch);
/* Function called to destroy PROBE's specific data. This function
shall not free PROBE itself. */
void (*destroy) (struct probe *probe);
/* Function responsible for providing the extra fields that will be
printed in the `info probes' command. It should fill HEADS
with whatever extra fields it needs. If the backend doesn't need
to print extra fields, it can set this method to NULL. */
void (*gen_info_probes_table_header) (VEC (info_probe_column_s) **heads);
/* Function that will fill VALUES with the values of the extra fields
to be printed for PROBE and OBJFILE. If the backend implements
the `gen_ui_out_table_header' method, then it should implement
this method as well. The backend should also guarantee that the
order and the number of values in the vector is exactly the same
as the order of the extra fields provided in the method
`gen_ui_out_table_header'. If a certain field is to be skipped
when printing the information, you can push a NULL value in that
position in the vector. */
void (*gen_info_probes_table_values) (struct probe *probe,
struct objfile *objfile,
VEC (const_char_ptr) **values);
/* Definition of a vector of probe_ops. */
typedef const struct probe_ops *probe_ops_cp;
DEF_VEC_P (probe_ops_cp);
extern VEC (probe_ops_cp) *all_probe_ops;
/* The probe_ops associated with the generic probe. */
extern const struct probe_ops probe_ops_any;
/* Helper function that, given KEYWORDS, iterate over it trying to match
each keyword with LINESPECP. If it succeeds, it updates the LINESPECP
pointer and returns 1. Otherwise, nothing is done to LINESPECP and zero
is returned. */
extern int probe_is_linespec_by_keyword (const char **linespecp,
const char *const *keywords);
/* Return specific PROBE_OPS * matching *LINESPECP and possibly updating
*LINESPECP to skip its "-probe-type " prefix. Return &probe_ops_any if
*LINESPECP matches "-probe ", that is any unspecific probe. Return NULL if
*LINESPECP is not identified as any known probe type, *LINESPECP is not
modified in such case. */
extern const struct probe_ops *probe_linespec_to_ops (const char **linespecp);
/* The probe itself. The struct contains generic information about the
probe, and then some specific information which should be stored in
the `probe_info' field. */
struct probe
/* The operations associated with this probe. */
const struct probe_ops *pops;
/* The name of the probe. */
const char *name;
/* The provider of the probe. It generally defaults to the name of
the objfile which contains the probe. */
const char *provider;
/* The address where the probe is inserted. */
CORE_ADDR address;
/* A helper for linespec that decodes a probe specification. It returns a
symtabs_and_lines object and updates *ARGPTR or throws an error. The
argument PTYPE specifies the type of the probe(s) to be parsed. */
extern struct symtabs_and_lines parse_probes (char **argptr,
struct linespec_result *canon);
/* Helper function to register the proper probe_ops to a newly created probe.
This function is mainly called from `sym_get_probes'. */
extern void register_probe_ops (struct probe *probe);
/* Given a PC, find an associated probe with type PTYPE. If a probe is
found, set *OBJFILE_OUT to the probe's objfile, and return the
probe. If no probe is found, return NULL. */
extern struct probe *find_probe_by_pc (CORE_ADDR pc,
struct objfile **objfile_out);
/* Search OBJFILE for a probe with the given PROVIDER, NAME and PTYPE.
Return a VEC of all probes that were found. If no matching probe
is found, return NULL. The caller must free the VEC. */
extern VEC (probe_p) *find_probes_in_objfile (struct objfile *objfile,
const char *provider,
const char *name);
/* Generate a `info probes' command output for probe_ops represented by
POPS. If POPS is NULL it considers any probes types. It is a helper
function that can be used by the probe backends to print their
`info probe TYPE'. */
extern void info_probes_for_ops (char *arg, int from_tty,
const struct probe_ops *pops);
/* Return the `cmd_list_element' associated with the `info probes' command,
or create a new one if it doesn't exist. Helper function that serves the
purpose of avoiding the case of a backend using the `cmd_list_element'
associated with `info probes', without having it registered yet. */
extern struct cmd_list_element **info_probes_cmdlist_get (void);
/* A convenience function that finds a probe at the PC in FRAME and
evaluates argument N, with 0 <= N < number_of_args. If there is no
probe at that location, or if the probe does not have enough arguments,
this returns NULL. */
extern struct value *probe_safe_evaluate_at_pc (struct frame_info *frame,
unsigned n);
#endif /* !defined (PROBE_H) */