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//===-- DWARFCallFrameInfo.h ------------------------------------*- C++ -*-===//
// Part of the LLVM Project, under the Apache License v2.0 with LLVM Exceptions.
// See for license information.
// SPDX-License-Identifier: Apache-2.0 WITH LLVM-exception
#include <map>
#include <mutex>
#include "lldb/Core/AddressRange.h"
#include "lldb/Core/dwarf.h"
#include "lldb/Symbol/ObjectFile.h"
#include "lldb/Symbol/UnwindPlan.h"
#include "lldb/Utility/Flags.h"
#include "lldb/Utility/RangeMap.h"
#include "lldb/Utility/VMRange.h"
#include "lldb/lldb-private.h"
namespace lldb_private {
// DWARFCallFrameInfo is a class which can read eh_frame and DWARF Call Frame
// Information FDEs. It stores little information internally. Only two APIs
// are exported - one to find the high/low pc values of a function given a text
// address via the information in the eh_frame / debug_frame, and one to
// generate an UnwindPlan based on the FDE in the eh_frame / debug_frame
// section.
class DWARFCallFrameInfo {
enum Type { EH, DWARF };
DWARFCallFrameInfo(ObjectFile &objfile, lldb::SectionSP &section, Type type);
~DWARFCallFrameInfo() = default;
// Locate an AddressRange that includes the provided Address in this object's
// eh_frame/debug_info Returns true if a range is found to cover that
// address.
bool GetAddressRange(Address addr, AddressRange &range);
/// Return an UnwindPlan based on the call frame information encoded in the
/// FDE of this DWARFCallFrameInfo section. The returned plan will be valid
/// (at least) for the given address.
bool GetUnwindPlan(const Address &addr, UnwindPlan &unwind_plan);
/// Return an UnwindPlan based on the call frame information encoded in the
/// FDE of this DWARFCallFrameInfo section. The returned plan will be valid
/// (at least) for some address in the given range.
bool GetUnwindPlan(const AddressRange &range, UnwindPlan &unwind_plan);
typedef RangeVector<lldb::addr_t, uint32_t> FunctionAddressAndSizeVector;
// Build a vector of file address and size for all functions in this Module
// based on the eh_frame FDE entries.
// The eh_frame information can be a useful source of file address and size
// of the functions in a Module. Often a binary's non-exported symbols are
// stripped before shipping so lldb won't know the start addr / size of many
// functions in the Module. But the eh_frame can help to give the addresses
// of these stripped symbols, at least.
// \param[out] function_info
// A vector provided by the caller is filled out. May be empty if no
// FDEs/no eh_frame
// is present in this Module.
GetFunctionAddressAndSizeVector(FunctionAddressAndSizeVector &function_info);
void ForEachFDEEntries(
const std::function<bool(lldb::addr_t, uint32_t, dw_offset_t)> &callback);
enum CFIVersion {
CFI_VERSION1 = 1, // DWARF v.2
CFI_VERSION3 = 3, // DWARF v.3
CFI_VERSION4 = 4 // DWARF v.4, v.5
struct CIE {
dw_offset_t cie_offset;
uint8_t version;
char augmentation[CFI_AUG_MAX_SIZE]; // This is typically empty or very
// short.
uint8_t address_size = sizeof(uint32_t); // The size of a target address.
uint8_t segment_size = 0; // The size of a segment selector.
uint32_t code_align;
int32_t data_align;
uint32_t return_addr_reg_num;
dw_offset_t inst_offset; // offset of CIE instructions in mCFIData
uint32_t inst_length; // length of CIE instructions in mCFIData
uint8_t ptr_encoding;
uint8_t lsda_addr_encoding; // The encoding of the LSDA address in the FDE
// augmentation data
lldb::addr_t personality_loc; // (file) address of the pointer to the
// personality routine
lldb_private::UnwindPlan::Row initial_row;
CIE(dw_offset_t offset)
: cie_offset(offset), version(-1), code_align(0), data_align(0),
return_addr_reg_num(LLDB_INVALID_REGNUM), inst_offset(0),
inst_length(0), ptr_encoding(0), lsda_addr_encoding(DW_EH_PE_omit),
personality_loc(LLDB_INVALID_ADDRESS), initial_row() {}
typedef std::shared_ptr<CIE> CIESP;
typedef std::map<dw_offset_t, CIESP> cie_map_t;
// Start address (file address), size, offset of FDE location used for
// finding an FDE for a given File address; the start address field is an
// offset into an individual Module.
typedef RangeDataVector<lldb::addr_t, uint32_t, dw_offset_t> FDEEntryMap;
bool IsEHFrame() const;
GetFirstFDEEntryInRange(const AddressRange &range);
void GetFDEIndex();
bool FDEToUnwindPlan(uint32_t offset, Address startaddr,
UnwindPlan &unwind_plan);
const CIE *GetCIE(dw_offset_t cie_offset);
void GetCFIData();
// Applies the specified DWARF opcode to the given row. This function handle
// the commands operates only on a single row (these are the ones what can
// appear both in
// CIE and in FDE).
// Returns true if the opcode is handled and false otherwise.
bool HandleCommonDwarfOpcode(uint8_t primary_opcode, uint8_t extended_opcode,
int32_t data_align, lldb::offset_t &offset,
UnwindPlan::Row &row);
ObjectFile &m_objfile;
lldb::SectionSP m_section_sp;
Flags m_flags = 0;
cie_map_t m_cie_map;
DataExtractor m_cfi_data;
bool m_cfi_data_initialized = false; // only copy the section into the DE once
FDEEntryMap m_fde_index;
bool m_fde_index_initialized = false; // only scan the section for FDEs once
std::mutex m_fde_index_mutex; // and isolate the thread that does it
Type m_type;
ParseCIE(const uint32_t cie_offset);
lldb::RegisterKind GetRegisterKind() const {
return m_type == EH ? lldb::eRegisterKindEHFrame : lldb::eRegisterKindDWARF;
} // namespace lldb_private