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# Copyright 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010
# Free Software Foundation, Inc.
# 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/>.
# written by Elena Zannoni (ezannoni@cygnus.com)
# Rewritten by Michael Chastain <mec.gnu@mindspring.com>
# This file is part of the gdb testsuite
# Tests for overloaded member functions.
if $tracelevel then {
strace $tracelevel
}
set ws "\[\r\n\t \]+"
set nl "\[\r\n\]+"
if { [skip_cplus_tests] } { continue }
set testfile "overload"
set srcfile ${testfile}.cc
set binfile ${objdir}/${subdir}/${testfile}
if { [gdb_compile "${srcdir}/${subdir}/${srcfile}" "${binfile}" executable {debug c++}] != "" } {
untested overload.exp
return -1
}
gdb_exit
gdb_start
gdb_reinitialize_dir $srcdir/$subdir
gdb_load ${binfile}
# Set it up at a breakpoint so we can play with the variable values.
if ![runto 'marker1'] then {
perror "couldn't run to marker1"
continue
}
gdb_test "up" ".*main.*" "up from marker1"
# Print the monster class type.
# See virtfunc.exp for a discussion of ptype.
#
# This is hairy to begin with. It is even more hairy because of the
# XX_* alternate patterns to catch the KFAIL and XFAIL cases.
set re_class "((struct|class) foo \{${ws}public:|struct foo \{)"
set re_fields "int ifoo;${ws}const char ?\\* ?ccpfoo;"
set XX_fields "int ifoo;${ws}char ?\\* ?ccpfoo;"
set re_ctor "foo\\(int\\);${ws}foo\\(int, (char const|const char) ?\\*\\);${ws}foo\\(foo ?&\\);"
set re_dtor "~foo\\((void|)\\);"
set XX_dtor "~foo\\(int\\);"
set re_methods "void foofunc\\(int\\);"
set re_methods "${re_methods}${ws}void foofunc\\(int, signed char ?\\*\\);"
set re_methods "${re_methods}${ws}int overload1arg\\((void|)\\);"
set re_methods "${re_methods}${ws}int overload1arg\\(char\\);"
set re_methods "${re_methods}${ws}int overload1arg\\(signed char\\);"
set re_methods "${re_methods}${ws}int overload1arg\\(unsigned char\\);"
set re_methods "${re_methods}${ws}int overload1arg\\(short( int)?\\);"
set re_methods "${re_methods}${ws}int overload1arg\\((unsigned short|short unsigned)( int)?\\);"
set re_methods "${re_methods}${ws}int overload1arg\\(int\\);"
set re_methods "${re_methods}${ws}int overload1arg\\(unsigned int\\);"
set re_methods "${re_methods}${ws}int overload1arg\\(long( int)?\\);"
set re_methods "${re_methods}${ws}int overload1arg\\((unsigned long|long unsigned)( int)?\\);"
set re_methods "${re_methods}${ws}int overload1arg\\(float\\);"
set re_methods "${re_methods}${ws}int overload1arg\\(double\\);"
set re_methods "${re_methods}${ws}int overloadfnarg\\((void|)\\);"
set re_methods "${re_methods}${ws}int overloadfnarg\\(int\\);"
set re_methods "${re_methods}${ws}int overloadfnarg\\(int, int ?\\(\\*\\) ?\\(int\\)\\);"
set re_methods "${re_methods}${ws}int overloadargs\\(int\\);"
set re_methods "${re_methods}${ws}int overloadargs\\(int, int\\);"
set re_methods "${re_methods}${ws}int overloadargs\\(int, int, int\\);"
set re_methods "${re_methods}${ws}int overloadargs\\(int, int, int, int\\);"
set re_methods "${re_methods}${ws}int overloadargs\\(int, int, int, int, int\\);"
set re_methods "${re_methods}${ws}int overloadargs\\(int, int, int, int, int, int\\);"
set re_methods "${re_methods}${ws}int overloadargs\\(int, int, int, int, int, int, int\\);"
set re_methods "${re_methods}${ws}int overloadargs\\(int, int, int, int, int, int, int, int\\);"
set re_methods "${re_methods}${ws}int overloadargs\\(int, int, int, int, int, int, int, int, int\\);"
set re_methods "${re_methods}${ws}int overloadargs\\(int, int, int, int, int, int, int, int, int, int\\);"
set re_methods "${re_methods}${ws}int overloadargs\\(int, int, int, int, int, int, int, int, int, int, int\\);"
set re_synth "foo & operator=\\(foo const ?&\\);"
gdb_test "print foo_instance1" "\\$\[0-9\]+ = \{ifoo = 111, ccpfoo = 0x0\}"
gdb_test_multiple "ptype foo_instance1" "ptype foo_instance1" {
-re "type = $re_class${ws}$re_fields${ws}$re_ctor${ws}$re_dtor${ws}$re_methods$nl\}$nl$gdb_prompt $" {
# gcc 2.95.3 -gdwarf-2
# TODO: this is not a quirk!
pass "ptype foo_instance1 (HP aCC -- known quirk with ~foo parameter list)"
}
-re "type = $re_class${ws}$XX_fields${ws}$re_synth${ws}$re_dtor${ws}$re_ctor${ws}$re_methods$nl\}$nl$gdb_prompt $" {
# gcc 2.95.3 -gstabs+, no "const" on "const char *"
# TODO: gdb.base/constvar.exp has XFAILed this kind of problem for a
# long time, but an XFAIL really needs an external bug report.
# -- chastain 2003-12-31
# setup_xfail "*-*-*"
# fail "ptype foo_instance1"
# TODO: this should be a KFAIL.
pass "ptype foo_instance1 (shorter match)"
}
-re "type = $re_class${ws}$re_fields${ws}$re_synth${ws}$re_dtor${ws}$re_ctor${ws}$re_methods$nl\}$nl$gdb_prompt $" {
# gcc 2.95.3 -gstabs+ if "const char *" ever gets fixed
pass "ptype foo_instance1"
}
-re "type = $re_class${ws}$re_fields${ws}$re_ctor${ws}$XX_dtor${ws}$re_methods$nl\}$nl$gdb_prompt $" {
# gcc 3.3.2 -gdwarf-2, "~foo(int)"
# TODO: kfail this
# kfail "gdb/1113" "ptype foo_instance1"
pass "ptype foo_instance1 (shorter match)"
}
-re "type = $re_class${ws}$re_fields${ws}$re_ctor${ws}$re_dtor${ws}$re_methods$nl\}$nl$gdb_prompt $" {
# gcc 3.3.2 -gdwarf-2, if the dtor bug gets fixed
# gcc HEAD -gdwarf-2 (abi-2)
# TODO: just pass this
pass "ptype foo_instance1 (shorter match)"
}
-re "type = $re_class${ws}$re_fields${ws}$re_synth${ws}$re_ctor${ws}$re_dtor${ws}$re_methods$nl\}$nl$gdb_prompt $" {
# gcc 3.3.2 -gstabs+
# TODO: enough with the "shorter match"
pass "ptype foo_instance1 (shorter match)"
}
-re "type = $re_class${ws}$re_fields${ws}$re_ctor${ws}$re_dtor${ws}$re_methods${ws}$re_synth$nl\}$nl$gdb_prompt $" {
# gcc HEAD -gstabs+ (abi-2)
pass "ptype foo_instance1 (shorter match)"
}
}
# Print variables and method calls.
# This is a walk in the park.
gdb_test "print foo_instance2" "\\$\[0-9\]+ = \{ifoo = 222, ccpfoo = $hex \"A\"\}"
gdb_test "print foo_instance3" "\\$\[0-9\]+ = \{ifoo = 222, ccpfoo = $hex \"A\"\}"
gdb_test "print foo_instance1.overloadargs(1)" "\\$\[0-9\]+ = 1" \
"print call overloaded func 1 arg"
# If GDB fails to restore the selected frame properly after the
# inferior function call above (see GDB PR 1155 for an explanation of
# why this might happen), all the subsequent tests will fail. We
# should detect and report that failure, but let the marker call
# finish so that the rest of the tests can run undisturbed.
gdb_test_multiple "frame" "re-selected 'main' frame after inferior call" {
-re "#0 marker1.*$gdb_prompt $" {
setup_kfail "gdb/1155" s390-*-linux-gnu
fail "re-selected 'main' frame after inferior call"
gdb_test "finish" ".*main.*at .*overload.cc:.*// marker1-returns-here.*" \
"finish call to marker1"
}
-re "#1 ($hex in )?main.*$gdb_prompt $" {
pass "re-selected 'main' frame after inferior call"
}
}
gdb_test "print foo_instance1.overloadargs(1, 2)" \
"\\$\[0-9\]+ = 2" \
"print call overloaded func 2 args"
gdb_test "print foo_instance1.overloadargs(1, 2, 3)" \
"\\$\[0-9\]+ = 3" \
"print call overloaded func 3 args"
gdb_test "print foo_instance1.overloadargs(1, 2, 3, 4)" \
"\\$\[0-9\]+ = 4" \
"print call overloaded func 4 args"
gdb_test "print foo_instance1.overloadargs(1, 2, 3, 4, 5)" \
"\\$\[0-9\]+ = 5" \
"print call overloaded func 5 args"
gdb_test "print foo_instance1.overloadargs(1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6)" \
"\\$\[0-9\]+ = 6" \
"print call overloaded func 6 args"
gdb_test "print foo_instance1.overloadargs(1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7)" \
"\\$\[0-9\]+ = 7" \
"print call overloaded func 7 args"
gdb_test "print foo_instance1.overloadargs(1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8)" \
"\\$\[0-9\]+ = 8" \
"print call overloaded func 8 args"
gdb_test "print foo_instance1.overloadargs(1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9)" \
"\\$\[0-9\]+ = 9" \
"print call overloaded func 9 args"
gdb_test "print foo_instance1.overloadargs(1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10)" \
"\\$\[0-9\]+ = 10" \
"print call overloaded func 10 args"
gdb_test "print foo_instance1.overloadargs(1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11)" \
"\\$\[0-9\]+ = 11" \
"print call overloaded func 11 args"
gdb_test "print foo_instance1.overload1arg()" \
"\\$\[0-9\]+ = 1" \
"print call overloaded func void arg"
gdb_test "print foo_instance1.overload1arg((char)arg2)" \
"\\$\[0-9\]+ = 2" \
"print call overloaded func char arg"
gdb_test "print foo_instance1.overload1arg((signed char)arg3)" \
"\\$\[0-9\]+ = 3" \
"print call overloaded func signed char arg"
gdb_test "print foo_instance1.overload1arg((unsigned char)arg4)" \
"\\$\[0-9\]+ = 4" \
"print call overloaded func unsigned char arg"
gdb_test "print foo_instance1.overload1arg((short)arg5)" \
"\\$\[0-9\]+ = 5" \
"print call overloaded func short arg"
gdb_test "print foo_instance1.overload1arg((unsigned short)arg6)" \
"\\$\[0-9\]+ = 6" \
"print call overloaded func unsigned short arg"
gdb_test "print foo_instance1.overload1arg((int)arg7)" \
"\\$\[0-9\]+ = 7" \
"print call overloaded func int arg"
gdb_test "print foo_instance1.overload1arg((unsigned int)arg8)" \
"\\$\[0-9\]+ = 8" \
"print call overloaded func unsigned int arg"
gdb_test "print foo_instance1.overload1arg((long)arg9)" \
"\\$\[0-9\]+ = 9" \
"print call overloaded func long arg"
gdb_test "print foo_instance1.overload1arg((unsigned long)arg10)" \
"\\$\[0-9\]+ = 10" \
"print call overloaded func unsigned long arg"
gdb_test "print foo_instance1.overload1arg((float)arg11)" \
"\\$\[0-9\]+ = 11" \
"print call overloaded func float arg"
gdb_test "print foo_instance1.overload1arg((double)arg12)" \
"\\$\[0-9\]+ = 12" \
"print call overloaded func double arg"
# ---
# List overloaded functions.
# The void case is tricky because some compilers say "(void)"
# and some compilers say "()".
gdb_test_no_output "set listsize 1" ""
gdb_test_multiple "info func overloadfnarg" "list overloaded function with no args" {
-re ".*overloadfnarg\\(void\\).*$gdb_prompt $" {
# gcc 2
gdb_test "list foo::overloadfnarg(void)"\
".*int foo::overloadfnarg.*\\(void\\).*" \
"list overloaded function with no args"
}
-re ".*overloadfnarg\\(\\).*$gdb_prompt $" {
# gcc 3
gdb_test "list foo::overloadfnarg()"\
".*int foo::overloadfnarg.*\\(void\\).*" \
"list overloaded function with no args"
}
}
gdb_test "list foo::overloadfnarg(int)" \
"int foo::overloadfnarg.*\\(int arg\\).*" \
"list overloaded function with int arg"
gdb_test "list foo::overloadfnarg(int, int (*)(int))" \
"int foo::overloadfnarg.*\\(int arg, int \\(\\*foo\\) \\(int\\)\\).*" \
"list overloaded function with function ptr args"
gdb_test "list \"foo::overloadfnarg(int, int (*)(int))\"" \
"int foo::overloadfnarg.*\\(int arg, int \\(\\*foo\\) \\(int\\)\\).*" \
"list overloaded function with function ptr args - quotes around argument"
# Test list with filename.
gdb_test "list ${srcfile}:intToChar" "int intToChar.*"
gdb_test "list ${srcfile}:intToChar(char)" "int intToChar.*"
gdb_test "list ${srcfile}:'intToChar(char)'" "int intToChar.*"
gdb_test "list '${srcfile}:intToChar(char)'" "int intToChar.*"
gdb_test "list '${srcfile}':intToChar(char)" "int intToChar.*"
gdb_test "list '${srcfile}':'intToChar(char)'" "int intToChar.*"
# And with filename and namespace... which does not work.
setup_kfail gdb/11289 *-*-*
gdb_test "list ${srcfile}:foo::overloadfnarg(int)" "int foo::overloadfnarg"
setup_kfail gdb/11289 *-*-*
gdb_test "list ${srcfile}:'foo::overloadfnarg(int)'" "int foo::overloadfnarg"
# Now some tests to see how overloading and namespaces interact.
gdb_test "print overloadNamespace(1)" ".\[0-9\]* = 1"
gdb_test "print overloadNamespace('a')" ".\[0-9\]* = 1"
gdb_test "print overloadNamespace(dummyInstance)" ".\[0-9\]* = 2"
# Static methods.
gdb_test "print K::staticoverload ()" " = 1"
gdb_test "print K::staticoverload (2)" " = 2"
gdb_test "print K::staticoverload (2, 3)" " = 5"
# Namespace-qualified functions.
gdb_test "print N::nsoverload ()" " = 1"
gdb_test "print N::nsoverload (2)" " = 2"
gdb_test "print N::nsoverload (2, 3)" " = 5"
if ![runto 'XXX::marker2'] then {
perror "couldn't run to XXX::marker2"
continue
}
gdb_test "print overloadNamespace(1)" ".\[0-9\]* = 3" "print overloadNamespace(1) in XXX"
gdb_test "print overloadNamespace('a')" ".\[0-9\]* = 3" "print overloadNamespace('a') in XXX"
gdb_test "print overloadNamespace(dummyInstance)" ".\[0-9\]* = 2" "print overloadNamespace(dummyInstance) in XXX"
# One last mysterious test.
# I wonder what this is for?
gdb_test "print intToChar(1)" "\\$\[0-9\]+ = 297"
# Test expression evaluation with overloaded methods
gdb_test "print foo::overload1arg" \
"non-unique member `overload1arg' requires type instantiation" \
"print foo::overload1arg"
gdb_test "print foo::overload1arg(char***)" \
"no member function matches that type instantiation" \
"print foo::overload1arg(char***)"
gdb_test "print foo::overload1arg(void)" \
"\\$$decimal = {int \\(foo \\*( const|)\\)} $hex <foo::overload1arg\\(\\)>" \
"print foo::overload1arg(void)"
foreach t [list char "signed char" "unsigned char" "short" \
"unsigned short" int "unsigned int" long "unsigned long" \
float double] {
gdb_test "print foo::overload1arg($t)" \
"\\$$decimal = {int \\(foo \\*( const|), $t\\)} $hex <foo::overload1arg\\($t\\)>" \
"print foo::overload1arg($t)"
}