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# Copyright 1999, 2000, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 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/>.
# This file was based on a file written by Fred Fish. (fnf@cygnus.com)
# Test setup routines that work with the MI interpreter.
# The variable mi_gdb_prompt is a regexp which matches the gdb mi prompt.
# Set it if it is not already set.
global mi_gdb_prompt
if ![info exists mi_gdb_prompt] then {
set mi_gdb_prompt "\[(\]gdb\[)\] \r\n"
}
global mi_inferior_spawn_id
global mi_inferior_tty_name
set MIFLAGS "-i=mi"
set thread_selected_re "=thread-selected,id=\"\[0-9+\]\"\r\n"
set library_loaded_re "=library-loaded\[^\n\]+\"\r\n"
#
# mi_gdb_exit -- exit the GDB, killing the target program if necessary
#
proc mi_gdb_exit {} {
catch mi_uncatched_gdb_exit
}
proc mi_uncatched_gdb_exit {} {
global GDB
global INTERNAL_GDBFLAGS GDBFLAGS
global verbose
global gdb_spawn_id;
global gdb_prompt
global mi_gdb_prompt
global MIFLAGS
gdb_stop_suppressing_tests;
if { [info procs sid_exit] != "" } {
sid_exit
}
if ![info exists gdb_spawn_id] {
return;
}
verbose "Quitting $GDB $INTERNAL_GDBFLAGS $GDBFLAGS $MIFLAGS"
if { [is_remote host] && [board_info host exists fileid] } {
send_gdb "999-gdb-exit\n";
gdb_expect 10 {
-re "y or n" {
send_gdb "y\n";
exp_continue;
}
-re "Undefined command.*$gdb_prompt $" {
send_gdb "quit\n"
exp_continue;
}
-re "DOSEXIT code" { }
default { }
}
}
if ![is_remote host] {
remote_close host;
}
unset gdb_spawn_id
}
#
# default_mi_gdb_start [INFERIOR_PTY] -- start gdb running, default procedure
#
# INFERIOR_PTY should be set to separate-inferior-tty to have the inferior work
# with it's own PTY. If set to same-inferior-tty, the inferior shares GDB's PTY.
# The default value is same-inferior-tty.
#
# When running over NFS, particularly if running many simultaneous
# tests on different hosts all using the same server, things can
# get really slow. Give gdb at least 3 minutes to start up.
#
proc default_mi_gdb_start { args } {
global verbose
global GDB
global INTERNAL_GDBFLAGS GDBFLAGS
global gdb_prompt
global mi_gdb_prompt
global timeout
global gdb_spawn_id;
global MIFLAGS
gdb_stop_suppressing_tests;
set inferior_pty no-tty
if { [llength $args] == 1} {
set inferior_pty [lindex $args 0]
}
set separate_inferior_pty [string match $inferior_pty separate-inferior-tty]
# Start SID.
if { [info procs sid_start] != "" } {
verbose "Spawning SID"
sid_start
}
verbose "Spawning $GDB $INTERNAL_GDBFLAGS $GDBFLAGS $MIFLAGS"
if [info exists gdb_spawn_id] {
return 0;
}
if ![is_remote host] {
if { [which $GDB] == 0 } then {
perror "$GDB does not exist."
exit 1
}
}
# Create the new PTY for the inferior process.
if { $separate_inferior_pty } {
spawn -pty
global mi_inferior_spawn_id
global mi_inferior_tty_name
set mi_inferior_spawn_id $spawn_id
set mi_inferior_tty_name $spawn_out(slave,name)
}
set res [remote_spawn host "$GDB $INTERNAL_GDBFLAGS $GDBFLAGS $MIFLAGS [host_info gdb_opts]"];
if { $res < 0 || $res == "" } {
perror "Spawning $GDB failed."
return 1;
}
gdb_expect {
-re "~\"GNU.*\r\n~\".*$mi_gdb_prompt$" {
# We have a new format mi startup prompt. If we are
# running mi1, then this is an error as we should be
# using the old-style prompt.
if { $MIFLAGS == "-i=mi1" } {
perror "(mi startup) Got unexpected new mi prompt."
remote_close host;
return -1;
}
verbose "GDB initialized."
}
-re "\[^~\].*$mi_gdb_prompt$" {
# We have an old format mi startup prompt. If we are
# not running mi1, then this is an error as we should be
# using the new-style prompt.
if { $MIFLAGS != "-i=mi1" } {
perror "(mi startup) Got unexpected old mi prompt."
remote_close host;
return -1;
}
verbose "GDB initialized."
}
-re ".*unrecognized option.*for a complete list of options." {
untested "Skip mi tests (not compiled with mi support)."
remote_close host;
return -1;
}
-re ".*Interpreter `mi' unrecognized." {
untested "Skip mi tests (not compiled with mi support)."
remote_close host;
return -1;
}
timeout {
perror "(timeout) GDB never initialized after 10 seconds."
remote_close host;
return -1
}
}
set gdb_spawn_id -1;
# FIXME: mi output does not go through pagers, so these can be removed.
# force the height to "unlimited", so no pagers get used
send_gdb "100-gdb-set height 0\n"
gdb_expect 10 {
-re ".*100-gdb-set height 0\r\n100\\\^done\r\n$mi_gdb_prompt$" {
verbose "Setting height to 0." 2
}
timeout {
warning "Couldn't set the height to 0"
}
}
# force the width to "unlimited", so no wraparound occurs
send_gdb "101-gdb-set width 0\n"
gdb_expect 10 {
-re ".*101-gdb-set width 0\r\n101\\\^done\r\n$mi_gdb_prompt$" {
verbose "Setting width to 0." 2
}
timeout {
warning "Couldn't set the width to 0."
}
}
# If allowing the inferior to have its own PTY then assign the inferior
# its own terminal device here.
if { $separate_inferior_pty } {
send_gdb "102-inferior-tty-set $mi_inferior_tty_name\n"
gdb_expect 10 {
-re ".*102\\\^done\r\n$mi_gdb_prompt$" {
verbose "redirect inferior output to new terminal device."
}
timeout {
warning "Couldn't redirect inferior output." 2
}
}
}
detect_async
return 0;
}
#
# Overridable function. You can override this function in your
# baseboard file.
#
proc mi_gdb_start { args } {
return [default_mi_gdb_start $args]
}
# Many of the tests depend on setting breakpoints at various places and
# running until that breakpoint is reached. At times, we want to start
# with a clean-slate with respect to breakpoints, so this utility proc
# lets us do this without duplicating this code everywhere.
#
proc mi_delete_breakpoints {} {
global mi_gdb_prompt
# FIXME: The mi operation won't accept a prompt back and will use the 'all' arg
send_gdb "102-break-delete\n"
gdb_expect 30 {
-re "Delete all breakpoints.*y or n.*$" {
send_gdb "y\n";
exp_continue
}
-re "102-break-delete\r\n102\\\^done\r\n$mi_gdb_prompt$" {
# This happens if there were no breakpoints
}
timeout { perror "Delete all breakpoints in mi_delete_breakpoints (timeout)" ; return }
}
# The correct output is not "No breakpoints or watchpoints." but an
# empty BreakpointTable. Also, a query is not acceptable with mi.
send_gdb "103-break-list\n"
gdb_expect 30 {
-re "103-break-list\r\n103\\\^done,BreakpointTable=\{\}\r\n$mi_gdb_prompt$" {}
-re "103-break-list\r\n103\\\^done,BreakpointTable=\{nr_rows=\".\",nr_cols=\".\",hdr=\\\[\{width=\".*\",alignment=\".*\",col_name=\"number\",colhdr=\"Num\"\}.*colhdr=\"Type\".*colhdr=\"Disp\".*colhdr=\"Enb\".*colhdr=\"Address\".*colhdr=\"What\".*\\\],body=\\\[\\\]\}\r\n$mi_gdb_prompt$" {}
-re "103-break-list\r\n103\\\^doneNo breakpoints or watchpoints.\r\n\r\n$mi_gdb_prompt$" {warning "Unexpected console text received"}
-re "$mi_gdb_prompt$" { perror "Breakpoints not deleted" ; return }
-re "Delete all breakpoints.*or n.*$" {
warning "Unexpected prompt for breakpoints deletion";
send_gdb "y\n";
exp_continue
}
timeout { perror "-break-list (timeout)" ; return }
}
}
proc mi_gdb_reinitialize_dir { subdir } {
global mi_gdb_prompt
global MIFLAGS
global suppress_flag
if { $suppress_flag } {
return
}
if [is_remote host] {
return "";
}
if { $MIFLAGS == "-i=mi1" } {
send_gdb "104-environment-directory\n"
gdb_expect 60 {
-re ".*Reinitialize source path to empty.*y or n. " {
warning "Got confirmation prompt for dir reinitialization."
send_gdb "y\n"
gdb_expect 60 {
-re "$mi_gdb_prompt$" {}
timeout {error "Dir reinitialization failed (timeout)"}
}
}
-re "$mi_gdb_prompt$" {}
timeout {error "Dir reinitialization failed (timeout)"}
}
} else {
send_gdb "104-environment-directory -r\n"
gdb_expect 60 {
-re "104\\\^done,source-path=.*\r\n$mi_gdb_prompt$" {}
-re "$mi_gdb_prompt$" {}
timeout {error "Dir reinitialization failed (timeout)"}
}
}
send_gdb "105-environment-directory $subdir\n"
gdb_expect 60 {
-re "Source directories searched.*$mi_gdb_prompt$" {
verbose "Dir set to $subdir"
}
-re "105\\\^done.*\r\n$mi_gdb_prompt$" {
# FIXME: We return just the prompt for now.
verbose "Dir set to $subdir"
# perror "Dir \"$subdir\" failed."
}
}
}
# Send GDB the "target" command.
# FIXME: Some of these patterns are not appropriate for MI. Based on
# config/monitor.exp:gdb_target_command.
proc mi_gdb_target_cmd { targetname serialport } {
global mi_gdb_prompt
set serialport_re [string_to_regexp $serialport]
for {set i 1} {$i <= 3} {incr i} {
send_gdb "47-target-select $targetname $serialport\n"
gdb_expect 60 {
-re "47\\^connected.*$mi_gdb_prompt" {
verbose "Set target to $targetname";
return 0;
}
-re "unknown host.*$mi_gdb_prompt" {
verbose "Couldn't look up $serialport"
}
-re "Couldn't establish connection to remote.*$mi_gdb_prompt$" {
verbose "Connection failed";
}
-re "Remote MIPS debugging.*$mi_gdb_prompt$" {
verbose "Set target to $targetname";
return 0;
}
-re "Remote debugging using .*$serialport_re.*$mi_gdb_prompt$" {
verbose "Set target to $targetname";
return 0;
}
-re "Remote target $targetname connected to.*$mi_gdb_prompt$" {
verbose "Set target to $targetname";
return 0;
}
-re "Connected to.*$mi_gdb_prompt$" {
verbose "Set target to $targetname";
return 0;
}
-re "Ending remote.*$mi_gdb_prompt$" { }
-re "Connection refused.*$mi_gdb_prompt$" {
verbose "Connection refused by remote target. Pausing, and trying again."
sleep 5
continue
}
-re "Non-stop mode requested, but remote does not support non-stop.*$mi_gdb_prompt" {
unsupported "Non-stop mode not supported"
return 1
}
-re "Timeout reading from remote system.*$mi_gdb_prompt$" {
verbose "Got timeout error from gdb.";
}
timeout {
send_gdb "";
break
}
}
}
return 1
}
#
# load a file into the debugger (file command only).
# return a -1 if anything goes wrong.
#
proc mi_gdb_file_cmd { arg } {
global verbose
global loadpath
global loadfile
global GDB
global mi_gdb_prompt
global last_loaded_file
upvar timeout timeout
set last_loaded_file $arg
if [is_remote host] {
set arg [remote_download host $arg];
if { $arg == "" } {
error "download failed"
return -1;
}
}
# FIXME: Several of these patterns are only acceptable for console
# output. Queries are an error for mi.
send_gdb "105-file-exec-and-symbols $arg\n"
gdb_expect 120 {
-re "Reading symbols from.*done.*$mi_gdb_prompt$" {
verbose "\t\tLoaded $arg into the $GDB"
return 0
}
-re "has no symbol-table.*$mi_gdb_prompt$" {
perror "$arg wasn't compiled with \"-g\""
return -1
}
-re "Load new symbol table from \".*\".*y or n. $" {
send_gdb "y\n"
gdb_expect 120 {
-re "Reading symbols from.*done.*$mi_gdb_prompt$" {
verbose "\t\tLoaded $arg with new symbol table into $GDB"
# All OK
}
timeout {
perror "(timeout) Couldn't load $arg, other program already loaded."
return -1
}
}
}
-re "No such file or directory.*$mi_gdb_prompt$" {
perror "($arg) No such file or directory\n"
return -1
}
-re "105-file-exec-and-symbols .*\r\n105\\\^done\r\n$mi_gdb_prompt$" {
# We (MI) are just giving the prompt back for now, instead of giving
# some acknowledgement.
return 0
}
timeout {
perror "couldn't load $arg into $GDB (timed out)."
return -1
}
eof {
# This is an attempt to detect a core dump, but seems not to
# work. Perhaps we need to match .* followed by eof, in which
# gdb_expect does not seem to have a way to do that.
perror "couldn't load $arg into $GDB (end of file)."
return -1
}
}
}
#
# connect to the target and download a file, if necessary.
# return a -1 if anything goes wrong.
#
proc mi_gdb_target_load { } {
global verbose
global loadpath
global loadfile
global GDB
global mi_gdb_prompt
if [target_info exists gdb_load_timeout] {
set loadtimeout [target_info gdb_load_timeout]
} else {
set loadtimeout 1600
}
if { [info procs gdbserver_gdb_load] != "" } {
mi_gdb_test "kill" ".*" ""
set res [gdbserver_gdb_load]
set protocol [lindex $res 0]
set gdbport [lindex $res 1]
if { [mi_gdb_target_cmd $protocol $gdbport] != 0 } {
return -1
}
} elseif { [info procs send_target_sid] != "" } {
# For SID, things get complex
send_gdb "kill\n"
gdb_expect 10 {
-re ".*$mi_gdb_prompt$"
}
send_target_sid
gdb_expect $loadtimeout {
-re "\\^done.*$mi_gdb_prompt$" {
}
timeout {
perror "Unable to connect to SID target (timeout)"
return -1
}
}
send_gdb "48-target-download\n"
gdb_expect $loadtimeout {
-re "48\\^done.*$mi_gdb_prompt$" {
}
timeout {
perror "Unable to download to SID target (timeout)"
return -1
}
}
} elseif { [target_info protocol] == "sim" } {
# For the simulator, just connect to it directly.
send_gdb "47-target-select sim\n"
gdb_expect $loadtimeout {
-re "47\\^connected.*$mi_gdb_prompt$" {
}
timeout {
perror "Unable to select sim target (timeout)"
return -1
}
}
send_gdb "48-target-download\n"
gdb_expect $loadtimeout {
-re "48\\^done.*$mi_gdb_prompt$" {
}
timeout {
perror "Unable to download to sim target (timeout)"
return -1
}
}
} elseif { [target_info gdb_protocol] == "remote" } {
# remote targets
if { [mi_gdb_target_cmd "remote" [target_info netport]] != 0 } {
perror "Unable to connect to remote target"
return -1
}
send_gdb "48-target-download\n"
gdb_expect $loadtimeout {
-re "48\\^done.*$mi_gdb_prompt$" {
}
timeout {
perror "Unable to download to remote target (timeout)"
return -1
}
}
}
return 0
}
#
# load a file into the debugger.
# return a -1 if anything goes wrong.
#
proc mi_gdb_load { arg } {
if { $arg != "" } {
return [mi_gdb_file_cmd $arg]
}
return 0
}
# mi_gdb_test COMMAND PATTERN MESSAGE [IPATTERN] -- send a command to gdb;
# test the result.
#
# COMMAND is the command to execute, send to GDB with send_gdb. If
# this is the null string no command is sent.
# PATTERN is the pattern to match for a PASS, and must NOT include
# the \r\n sequence immediately before the gdb prompt.
# MESSAGE is the message to be printed. (If this is the empty string,
# then sometimes we don't call pass or fail at all; I don't
# understand this at all.)
# IPATTERN is the pattern to match for the inferior's output. This parameter
# is optional. If present, it will produce a PASS if the match is
# successful, and a FAIL if unsuccessful.
#
# Returns:
# 1 if the test failed,
# 0 if the test passes,
# -1 if there was an internal error.
#
proc mi_gdb_test { args } {
global verbose
global mi_gdb_prompt
global GDB expect_out
upvar timeout timeout
set command [lindex $args 0]
set pattern [lindex $args 1]
set message [lindex $args 2]
if [llength $args]==4 {
set ipattern [lindex $args 3]
}
if [llength $args]==5 {
set question_string [lindex $args 3];
set response_string [lindex $args 4];
} else {
set question_string "^FOOBAR$"
}
if $verbose>2 then {
send_user "Sending \"$command\" to gdb\n"
send_user "Looking to match \"$pattern\"\n"
send_user "Message is \"$message\"\n"
}
set result -1
set string "${command}\n";
set string_regex [string_to_regexp $command]
if { $command != "" } {
while { "$string" != "" } {
set foo [string first "\n" "$string"];
set len [string length "$string"];
if { $foo < [expr $len - 1] } {
set str [string range "$string" 0 $foo];
if { [send_gdb "$str"] != "" } {
global suppress_flag;
if { ! $suppress_flag } {
perror "Couldn't send $command to GDB.";
}
fail "$message";
return $result;
}
gdb_expect 2 {
-re "\[\r\n\]" { }
timeout { }
}
set string [string range "$string" [expr $foo + 1] end];
} else {
break;
}
}
if { "$string" != "" } {
if { [send_gdb "$string"] != "" } {
global suppress_flag;
if { ! $suppress_flag } {
perror "Couldn't send $command to GDB.";
}
fail "$message";
return $result;
}
}
}
if [info exists timeout] {
set tmt $timeout;
} else {
global timeout;
if [info exists timeout] {
set tmt $timeout;
} else {
set tmt 60;
}
}
verbose -log "Expecting: ^($string_regex\[\r\n\]+)?($pattern\[\r\n\]+$mi_gdb_prompt\[ \]*)"
gdb_expect $tmt {
-re "\\*\\*\\* DOSEXIT code.*" {
if { $message != "" } {
fail "$message";
}
gdb_suppress_entire_file "GDB died";
return -1;
}
-re "Ending remote debugging.*$mi_gdb_prompt\[ \]*$" {
if ![isnative] then {
warning "Can`t communicate to remote target."
}
gdb_exit
gdb_start
set result -1
}
-re "^($string_regex\[\r\n\]+)?($pattern\[\r\n\]+$mi_gdb_prompt\[ \]*)" {
# At this point, $expect_out(1,string) is the MI input command.
# and $expect_out(2,string) is the MI output command.
# If $expect_out(1,string) is "", then there was no MI input command here.
# NOTE, there is no trailing anchor because with GDB/MI,
# asynchronous responses can happen at any point, causing more
# data to be available. Normally an anchor is used to make
# sure the end of the output is matched, however, $mi_gdb_prompt
# is just as good of an anchor since mi_gdb_test is meant to
# match a single mi output command. If a second GDB/MI output
# response is sent, it will be in the buffer for the next
# time mi_gdb_test is called.
if ![string match "" $message] then {
pass "$message"
}
set result 0
}
-re "(${question_string})$" {
send_gdb "$response_string\n";
exp_continue;
}
-re "Undefined.* command:.*$mi_gdb_prompt\[ \]*$" {
perror "Undefined command \"$command\"."
fail "$message"
set result 1
}
-re "Ambiguous command.*$mi_gdb_prompt\[ \]*$" {
perror "\"$command\" is not a unique command name."
fail "$message"
set result 1
}
-re "Program exited with code \[0-9\]+.*$mi_gdb_prompt\[ \]*$" {
if ![string match "" $message] then {
set errmsg "$message (the program exited)"
} else {
set errmsg "$command (the program exited)"
}
fail "$errmsg"
return -1
}
-re "The program is not being run.*$mi_gdb_prompt\[ \]*$" {
if ![string match "" $message] then {
set errmsg "$message (the program is no longer running)"
} else {
set errmsg "$command (the program is no longer running)"
}
fail "$errmsg"
return -1
}
-re ".*$mi_gdb_prompt\[ \]*$" {
if ![string match "" $message] then {
fail "$message"
}
set result 1
}
"<return>" {
send_gdb "\n"
perror "Window too small."
fail "$message"
}
-re "\\(y or n\\) " {
send_gdb "n\n"
perror "Got interactive prompt."
fail "$message"
}
eof {
perror "Process no longer exists"
if { $message != "" } {
fail "$message"
}
return -1
}
full_buffer {
perror "internal buffer is full."
fail "$message"
}
timeout {
if ![string match "" $message] then {
fail "$message (timeout)"
}
set result 1
}
}
# If the GDB output matched, compare the inferior output.
if { $result == 0 } {
if [ info exists ipattern ] {
if { ![target_info exists gdb,noinferiorio] } {
global mi_inferior_spawn_id
expect {
-i $mi_inferior_spawn_id -re "$ipattern" {
pass "$message inferior output"
}
timeout {
fail "$message inferior output (timeout)"
set result 1
}
}
} else {
unsupported "$message inferior output"
}
}
}
return $result
}
#
# MI run command. (A modified version of gdb_run_cmd)
#
# In patterns, the newline sequence ``\r\n'' is matched explicitly as
# ``.*$'' could swallow up output that we attempt to match elsewhere.
proc mi_run_cmd {args} {
global suppress_flag
if { $suppress_flag } {
return -1
}
global mi_gdb_prompt
global thread_selected_re
global library_loaded_re
if [target_info exists gdb_init_command] {
send_gdb "[target_info gdb_init_command]\n";
gdb_expect 30 {
-re "$mi_gdb_prompt$" { }
default {
perror "gdb_init_command for target failed";
return -1;
}
}
}
if { [mi_gdb_target_load] < 0 } {
return -1
}
if [target_info exists use_gdb_stub] {
if [target_info exists gdb,do_reload_on_run] {
send_gdb "220-exec-continue\n";
gdb_expect 60 {
-re "220\\^running\[\r\n\]+\\*running,thread-id=\"\[^\"\]+\"\r\n$mi_gdb_prompt" {}
default {}
}
return 0;
}
if [target_info exists gdb,start_symbol] {
set start [target_info gdb,start_symbol];
} else {
set start "start";
}
# HACK: Should either use 000-jump or fix the target code
# to better handle RUN.
send_gdb "jump *$start\n"
warning "Using CLI jump command, expect run-to-main FAIL"
return 0
}
send_gdb "220-exec-run $args\n"
gdb_expect {
-re "220\\^running\r\n(\\*running,thread-id=\"\[^\"\]+\"\r\n|=thread-created,id=\"1\",group-id=\"\[0-9\]+\"\r\n)*(${library_loaded_re})*(${thread_selected_re})?${mi_gdb_prompt}" {
}
-re "\\^error,msg=\"The target does not support running in non-stop mode.\"" {
unsupported "Non-stop mode not supported"
return -1
}
timeout {
perror "Unable to start target"
return -1
}
}
# NOTE: Shortly after this there will be a ``000*stopped,...(gdb)''
return 0
}
#
# Just like run-to-main but works with the MI interface
#
proc mi_run_to_main { } {
global suppress_flag
if { $suppress_flag } {
return -1
}
global srcdir
global subdir
global binfile
global srcfile
mi_delete_breakpoints
mi_gdb_reinitialize_dir $srcdir/$subdir
mi_gdb_load ${binfile}
mi_runto main
}
# Just like gdb's "runto" proc, it will run the target to a given
# function. The big difference here between mi_runto and mi_execute_to
# is that mi_execute_to must have the inferior running already. This
# proc will (like gdb's runto) (re)start the inferior, too.
#
# FUNC is the linespec of the place to stop (it inserts a breakpoint here).
# It returns:
# -1 if test suppressed, failed, timedout
# 0 if test passed
proc mi_runto_helper {func run_or_continue} {
global suppress_flag
if { $suppress_flag } {
return -1
}
global mi_gdb_prompt expect_out
global hex decimal fullname_syntax
set test "mi runto $func"
mi_gdb_test "200-break-insert -t $func" \
"200\\^done,bkpt=\{number=\"\[0-9\]+\",type=\"breakpoint\",disp=\"del\",enabled=\"y\",addr=\"$hex\",func=\"$func\(\\\(.*\\\)\)?\",file=\".*\",line=\"\[0-9\]*\",times=\"0\",original-location=\".*\"\}" \
"breakpoint at $func"
if {![regexp {number="[0-9]+"} $expect_out(buffer) str]
|| ![scan $str {number="%d"} bkptno]} {
set bkptno {[0-9]+}
}
if {$run_or_continue == "run"} {
if { [mi_run_cmd] < 0 } {
return -1
}
} else {
mi_send_resuming_command "exec-continue" "$test"
}
mi_expect_stop "breakpoint-hit" $func ".*" ".*" "\[0-9\]+" { "" "disp=\"del\"" } $test
}
proc mi_runto {func} {
return [mi_runto_helper $func "run"]
}
# Next to the next statement
# For return values, see mi_execute_to_helper
proc mi_next { test } {
return [mi_next_to {.*} {.*} {.*} {.*} $test]
}
# Step to the next statement
# For return values, see mi_execute_to_helper
proc mi_step { test } {
return [mi_step_to {.*} {.*} {.*} {.*} $test]
}
set async "unknown"
proc detect_async {} {
global async
global mi_gdb_prompt
send_gdb "show target-async\n"
gdb_expect {
-re ".*Controlling the inferior in asynchronous mode is on...*$mi_gdb_prompt$" {
set async 1
}
-re ".*$mi_gdb_prompt$" {
set async 0
}
timeout {
set async 0
}
}
return $async
}
# Wait for MI *stopped notification to appear.
# The REASON, FUNC, ARGS, FILE and LINE are regular expressions
# to match against whatever is output in *stopped. ARGS should
# not include [] the list of argument is enclosed in, and other
# regular expressions should not include quotes.
# If EXTRA is a list of one element, it's the regular expression
# for output expected right after *stopped, and before GDB prompt.
# If EXTRA is a list of two elements, the first element is for
# output right after *stopped, and the second element is output
# right after reason field. The regex after reason should not include
# the comma separating it from the following fields.
#
# When we fail to match output at all, -1 is returned. Otherwise,
# the line at which we stop is returned. This is useful when exact
# line is not possible to specify for some reason -- one can pass
# the .* or "\[0-9\]*" regexps for line, and then check the line
# programmatically.
#
# Do not pass .* for any argument if you are expecting more than one stop.
proc mi_expect_stop { reason func args file line extra test } {
global mi_gdb_prompt
global hex
global decimal
global fullname_syntax
global async
global thread_selected_re
set after_stopped ""
set after_reason ""
if { [llength $extra] == 2 } {
set after_stopped [lindex $extra 0]
set after_reason [lindex $extra 1]
set after_reason "${after_reason},"
} elseif { [llength $extra] == 1 } {
set after_stopped [lindex $extra 0]
}
if {$async} {
set prompt_re ""
} else {
set prompt_re "$mi_gdb_prompt$"
}
if { $reason == "really-no-reason" } {
gdb_expect {
-re "\\*stopped\r\n$prompt_re" {
pass "$test"
}
timeout {
fail "$test (unknown output after running)"
}
}
return
}
if { $reason == "exited-normally" } {
gdb_expect {
-re "\\*stopped,reason=\"exited-normally\"\r\n$prompt_re" {
pass "$test"
}
-re ".*$mi_gdb_prompt$" {fail "continue to end (2)"}
timeout {
fail "$test (unknown output after running)"
}
}
return
}
set args "\\\[$args\\\]"
set bn ""
if { $reason == "breakpoint-hit" } {
set bn {bkptno="[0-9]+",}
}
set r ""
if { $reason != "" } {
set r "reason=\"$reason\","
}
set a $after_reason
set any "\[^\n\]*"
verbose -log "mi_expect_stop: expecting: \\*stopped,${r}${a}${bn}frame=\{addr=\"$hex\",func=\"$func\",args=$args,file=\"$any$file\",fullname=\"${fullname_syntax}$file\",line=\"$line\"\}$after_stopped,thread-id=\"$decimal\",stopped-threads=$any\r\n($thread_selected_re)?$prompt_re"
gdb_expect {
-re "\\*stopped,${r}${a}${bn}frame=\{addr=\"$hex\",func=\"$func\",args=$args,file=\"$any$file\",fullname=\"${fullname_syntax}$file\",line=\"($line)\"\}$after_stopped,thread-id=\"$decimal\",stopped-threads=$any\r\n($thread_selected_re)?$prompt_re" {
pass "$test"
return $expect_out(2,string)
}
-re "\\*stopped,${r}${a}${bn}frame=\{addr=\"$hex\",func=\"$any\",args=\[\\\[\{\]$any\[\\\]\}\],file=\"$any\",fullname=\"${fullname_syntax}$any\",line=\"\[0-9\]*\"\}$after_stopped,thread-id=\"$decimal\",stopped-threads=$any\r\n$prompt_re" {
verbose -log "got $expect_out(buffer)"
fail "$test (stopped at wrong place)"
return -1
}
-re ".*\r\n$mi_gdb_prompt$" {
verbose -log "got $expect_out(buffer)"
fail "$test (unknown output after running)"
return -1
}
timeout {
fail "$test (timeout)"
return -1
}
}
}
# Wait for MI *stopped notification related to an interrupt request to
# appear.
proc mi_expect_interrupt { test } {
global mi_gdb_prompt
global decimal
global async
if {$async} {
set prompt_re ""
} else {
set prompt_re "$mi_gdb_prompt$"
}
set r "reason=\"signal-received\",signal-name=\"0\",signal-meaning=\"Signal 0\""
set any "\[^\n\]*"
# A signal can land anywhere, just ignore the location
verbose -log "mi_expect_interrupt: expecting: \\*stopped,${r}$any\r\n$prompt_re"
gdb_expect {
-re "\\*stopped,${r}$any\r\n$prompt_re" {
pass "$test"
return 0;
}
-re ".*\r\n$mi_gdb_prompt$" {
verbose -log "got $expect_out(buffer)"
fail "$test (unknown output after running)"
return -1
}
timeout {
fail "$test (timeout)"
return -1
}
}
}
# cmd should not include the number or newline (i.e. "exec-step 3", not
# "220-exec-step 3\n"
# Can not match -re ".*\r\n${mi_gdb_prompt}", because of false positives
# after the first prompt is printed.
proc mi_execute_to { cmd reason func args file line extra test } {
global suppress_flag
if { $suppress_flag } {
return -1
}
mi_send_resuming_command "$cmd" "$test"
set r [mi_expect_stop $reason $func $args $file $line $extra $test]
return $r
}
proc mi_next_to { func args file line test } {
mi_execute_to "exec-next" "end-stepping-range" "$func" "$args" \
"$file" "$line" "" "$test"
}
proc mi_step_to { func args file line test } {
mi_execute_to "exec-step" "end-stepping-range" "$func" "$args" \
"$file" "$line" "" "$test"
}
proc mi_finish_to { func args file line result ret test } {
mi_execute_to "exec-finish" "function-finished" "$func" "$args" \
"$file" "$line" \
",gdb-result-var=\"$result\",return-value=\"$ret\"" \
"$test"
}
proc mi_continue_to {func} {
mi_runto_helper $func "continue"
}
proc mi0_execute_to { cmd reason func args file line extra test } {
mi_execute_to_helper "$cmd" "$reason" "$func" "\{$args\}" \
"$file" "$line" "$extra" "$test"
}
proc mi0_next_to { func args file line test } {
mi0_execute_to "exec-next" "end-stepping-range" "$func" "$args" \
"$file" "$line" "" "$test"
}
proc mi0_step_to { func args file line test } {
mi0_execute_to "exec-step" "end-stepping-range" "$func" "$args" \
"$file" "$line" "" "$test"
}
proc mi0_finish_to { func args file line result ret test } {
mi0_execute_to "exec-finish" "function-finished" "$func" "$args" \
"$file" "$line" \
",gdb-result-var=\"$result\",return-value=\"$ret\"" \
"$test"
}
proc mi0_continue_to { bkptno func args file line test } {
mi0_execute_to "exec-continue" "breakpoint-hit\",bkptno=\"$bkptno" \
"$func" "$args" "$file" "$line" "" "$test"
}
# Creates a breakpoint and checks the reported fields are as expected
proc mi_create_breakpoint { location number disp func file line address test } {
verbose -log "Expecting: 222\\^done,bkpt=\{number=\"$number\",type=\"breakpoint\",disp=\"$disp\",enabled=\"y\",addr=\"$address\",func=\"$func\",file=\"$file\",fullname=\".*\",line=\"$line\",times=\"0\",original-location=\".*\"\}"
mi_gdb_test "222-break-insert $location" \
"222\\^done,bkpt=\{number=\"$number\",type=\"breakpoint\",disp=\"$disp\",enabled=\"y\",addr=\"$address\",func=\"$func\",file=\"$file\",fullname=\".*\",line=\"$line\",times=\"0\",original-location=\".*\"\}" \
$test
}
proc mi_list_breakpoints { expected test } {
set fullname ".*"
set body ""
set first 1
foreach item $expected {
if {$first == 0} {
set body "$body,"
set first 0
}
set number [lindex $item 0]
set disp [lindex $item 1]
set func [lindex $item 2]
set file [lindex $item 3]
set line [lindex $item 4]
set address [lindex $item 5]
set body "${body}bkpt=\{number=\"$number\",type=\"breakpoint\",disp=\"$disp\",enabled=\"y\",addr=\"$address\",func=\"$func\",file=\".*$file\",${fullname},line=\"$line\",times=\"0\",original-location=\".*\"\}"
set first 0
}
verbose -log "Expecting: 666\\\^done,BreakpointTable=\{nr_rows=\".\",nr_cols=\".\",hdr=\\\[\{width=\".*\",alignment=\".*\",col_name=\"number\",colhdr=\"Num\"\}.*colhdr=\"Type\".*colhdr=\"Disp\".*colhdr=\"Enb\".*colhdr=\"Address\".*colhdr=\"What\".*\\\],body=\\\[$body\\\]\}"
mi_gdb_test "666-break-list" \
"666\\\^done,BreakpointTable=\{nr_rows=\".\",nr_cols=\".\",hdr=\\\[\{width=\".*\",alignment=\".*\",col_name=\"number\",colhdr=\"Num\"\}.*colhdr=\"Type\".*colhdr=\"Disp\".*colhdr=\"Enb\".*colhdr=\"Address\".*colhdr=\"What\".*\\\],body=\\\[$body\\\]\}" \
$test
}
# Creates varobj named NAME for EXPRESSION.
# Name cannot be "-".
proc mi_create_varobj { name expression testname } {
mi_gdb_test "-var-create $name * $expression" \
"\\^done,name=\"$name\",numchild=\"\[0-9\]+\",value=\".*\",type=.*,has_more=\"0\"" \
$testname
}
proc mi_create_floating_varobj { name expression testname } {
mi_gdb_test "-var-create $name @ $expression" \
"\\^done,name=\"$name\",numchild=\"\(-1\|\[0-9\]+\)\",value=\".*\",type=.*" \
$testname
}
# Same as mi_create_varobj, but also checks the reported type
# of the varobj.
proc mi_create_varobj_checked { name expression type testname } {
mi_gdb_test "-var-create $name * $expression" \
"\\^done,name=\"$name\",numchild=\"\[0-9\]+\",value=\".*\",type=\"$type\".*" \
$testname
}
# Same as mi_create_floating_varobj, but assumes the test is creating
# a dynamic varobj that has children, so the value must be "{...}".
proc mi_create_dynamic_varobj {name expression testname} {
mi_gdb_test "-var-create $name @ $expression" \
"\\^done,name=\"$name\",numchild=\"\(-1\|\[0-9\]+\)\",value=\"{\\.\\.\\.}\",type=.*" \
$testname
}
# Deletes the specified NAME.
proc mi_delete_varobj { name testname } {
mi_gdb_test "-var-delete $name" \
"\\^done,ndeleted=.*" \
$testname
}
# Updates varobj named NAME and checks that all varobjs in EXPECTED
# are reported as updated, and no other varobj is updated.
# Assumes that no varobj is out of scope and that no varobj changes
# types.
proc mi_varobj_update { name expected testname } {
set er "\\^done,changelist=\\\["
set first 1
foreach item $expected {
set v "{name=\"$item\",in_scope=\"true\",type_changed=\"false\",has_more=\".\"}"
if {$first == 1} {
set er "$er$v"
set first 0
} else {
set er "$er,$v"
}
}
set er "$er\\\]"
verbose -log "Expecting: $er" 2
mi_gdb_test "-var-update $name" $er $testname
}
proc mi_varobj_update_with_type_change { name new_type new_children testname } {
set v "{name=\"$name\",in_scope=\"true\",type_changed=\"true\",new_type=\"$new_type\",new_num_children=\"$new_children\",has_more=\".\"}"
set er "\\^done,changelist=\\\[$v\\\]"
verbose -log "Expecting: $er"
mi_gdb_test "-var-update $name" $er $testname
}
# A helper that turns a key/value list into a regular expression
# matching some MI output.
proc mi_varobj_update_kv_helper {list} {
set first 1
set rx ""
foreach {key value} $list {
if {!$first} {
append rx ,
}
set first 0
if {$key == "new_children"} {
append rx "$key=\\\[$value\\\]"
} else {
append rx "$key=\"$value\""
}
}
return $rx
}
# A helper for mi_varobj_update_dynamic that computes a match
# expression given a child list.
proc mi_varobj_update_dynamic_helper {children} {
set crx ""
set first 1
foreach child $children {
if {!$first} {
append crx ,
}
set first 0
append crx "{"
append crx [mi_varobj_update_kv_helper $child]
append crx "}"
}
return $crx
}
# Update a dynamic varobj named NAME. CHILDREN is a list of children
# that have been updated; NEW_CHILDREN is a list of children that were
# added to the primary varobj. Each child is a list of key/value
# pairs that are expected. SELF is a key/value list holding
# information about the varobj itself. TESTNAME is the name of the
# test.
proc mi_varobj_update_dynamic {name testname self children new_children} {
if {[llength $new_children]} {
set newrx [mi_varobj_update_dynamic_helper $new_children]
lappend self new_children $newrx
}
set selfrx [mi_varobj_update_kv_helper $self]
set crx [mi_varobj_update_dynamic_helper $children]
set er "\\^done,changelist=\\\[\{name=\"$name\",in_scope=\"true\""
append er ",$selfrx\}"
if {"$crx" != ""} {
append er ",$crx"
}
append er "\\\]"
verbose -log "Expecting: $er"
mi_gdb_test "-var-update $name" $er $testname
}
proc mi_check_varobj_value { name value testname } {
mi_gdb_test "-var-evaluate-expression $name" \
"\\^done,value=\"$value\"" \
$testname
}
# Helper proc which constructs a child regexp for
# mi_list_varobj_children and mi_varobj_update_dynamic.
proc mi_child_regexp {children add_child} {
set children_exp {}
set whatever "\"\[^\"\]+\""
if {$add_child} {
set pre "child="
} else {
set pre ""
}
foreach item $children {
set name [lindex $item 0]
set exp [lindex $item 1]
set numchild [lindex $item 2]
if {[llength $item] == 5} {
set type [lindex $item 3]
set value [lindex $item 4]
lappend children_exp\
"$pre{name=\"$name\",exp=\"$exp\",numchild=\"$numchild\",value=\"$value\",type=\"$type\"\(,thread-id=\"\[0-9\]+\")?}"
} elseif {[llength $item] == 4} {
set type [lindex $item 3]
lappend children_exp\
"$pre{name=\"$name\",exp=\"$exp\",numchild=\"$numchild\",type=\"$type\"\(,thread-id=\"\[0-9\]+\")?}"
} else {
lappend children_exp\
"$pre{name=\"$name\",exp=\"$exp\",numchild=\"$numchild\"(,thread-id=\"\[0-9\]+\")?}"
}
}
return [join $children_exp ","]
}
# Check the results of the:
#
# -var-list-children VARNAME
#
# command. The CHILDREN parement should be a list of lists.
# Each inner list can have either 3 or 4 elements, describing
# fields that gdb is expected to report for child variable object,
# in the following order
#
# - Name
# - Expression
# - Number of children
# - Type
#
# If inner list has 3 elements, the gdb is expected to output no
# type for a child and no value.
#
# If the inner list has 4 elements, gdb output is expected to
# have no value.
#
proc mi_list_varobj_children { varname children testname } {
mi_list_varobj_children_range $varname "" "" [llength $children] $children \
$testname
}
# Like mi_list_varobj_children, but sets a subrange. NUMCHILDREN is
# the total number of children.
proc mi_list_varobj_children_range {varname from to numchildren children testname} {
set options ""
if {[llength $varname] == 2} {
set options [lindex $varname 1]
set varname [lindex $varname 0]
}
set whatever "\"\[^\"\]+\""
set children_exp_j [mi_child_regexp $children 1]
if {$numchildren} {
set expected "\\^done,numchild=\".*\",children=\\\[$children_exp_j.*\\\]"
} {
set expected "\\^done,numchild=\"0\""
}
if {"$to" == ""} {
append expected ",has_more=\"0\""
} elseif {$to >= 0 && $numchildren > $to} {
append expected ",has_more=\"1\""
} else {
append expected ",has_more=\"0\""
}
verbose -log "Expecting: $expected"
mi_gdb_test "-var-list-children $options $varname $from $to" \
$expected $testname
}
# Verifies that variable object VARNAME has NUMBER children,
# where each one is named $VARNAME.<index-of-child> and has type TYPE.
proc mi_list_array_varobj_children { varname number type testname } {
set t {}
for {set i 0} {$i < $number} {incr i} {
lappend t [list $varname.$i $i 0 $type]
}
mi_list_varobj_children $varname $t $testname
}
# A list of two-element lists. First element of each list is
# a Tcl statement, and the second element is the line
# number of source C file where the statement originates.
set mi_autotest_data ""
# The name of the source file for autotesting.
set mi_autotest_source ""
proc count_newlines { string } {
return [regexp -all "\n" $string]
}
# Prepares for running inline tests in FILENAME.
# See comments for mi_run_inline_test for detailed
# explanation of the idea and syntax.
proc mi_prepare_inline_tests { filename } {
global srcdir
global subdir
global mi_autotest_source
global mi_autotest_data
set mi_autotest_data {}
set mi_autotest_source $filename
if { ! [regexp "^/" "$filename"] } then {
set filename "$srcdir/$subdir/$filename"
}
set chan [open $filename]
set content [read $chan]
set line_number 1
while {1} {
set start [string first "/*:" $content]
if {$start != -1} {
set end [string first ":*/" $content]
if {$end == -1} {
error "Unterminated special comment in $filename"
}
set prefix [string range $content 0 $start]
set prefix_newlines [count_newlines $prefix]
set line_number [expr $line_number+$prefix_newlines]
set comment_line $line_number
set comment [string range $content [expr $start+3] [expr $end-1]]
set comment_newlines [count_newlines $comment]
set line_number [expr $line_number+$comment_newlines]
set comment [string trim $comment]
set content [string range $content [expr $end+3] \
[string length $content]]
lappend mi_autotest_data [list $comment $comment_line]
} else {
break
}
}
close $chan
}
# Helper to mi_run_inline_test below.
# Return the list of all (statement,line_number) lists
# that comprise TESTCASE. The begin and end markers
# are not included.
proc mi_get_inline_test {testcase} {
global mi_gdb_prompt
global mi_autotest_data
global mi_autotest_source
set result {}
set seen_begin 0
set seen_end 0
foreach l $mi_autotest_data {
set comment [lindex $l 0]
if {$comment == "BEGIN: $testcase"} {
set seen_begin 1
} elseif {$comment == "END: $testcase"} {
set seen_end 1
break
} elseif {$seen_begin==1} {
lappend result $l
}
}
if {$seen_begin == 0} {
error "Autotest $testcase not found"
}
if {$seen_begin == 1 && $seen_end == 0} {
error "Missing end marker for test $testcase"
}
return $result
}
# Sets temporary breakpoint at LOCATION.
proc mi_tbreak {location} {
global mi_gdb_prompt
mi_gdb_test "-break-insert -t $location" \
{\^done,bkpt=.*} \
"run to $location (set breakpoint)"
}
# Send COMMAND that must be a command that resumes
# the inferiour (run/continue/next/etc) and consumes
# the "^running" output from it.
proc mi_send_resuming_command_raw {command test} {
global mi_gdb_prompt
global thread_selected_re
global library_loaded_re
send_gdb "$command\n"
gdb_expect {
-re "\\^running\r\n\\*running,thread-id=\"\[^\"\]+\"\r\n($library_loaded_re)*($thread_selected_re)?${mi_gdb_prompt}" {
# Note that lack of 'pass' call here -- this works around limitation
# in DejaGNU xfail mechanism. mi-until.exp has this:
#
# setup_kfail gdb/2104 "*-*-*"
# mi_execute_to ...
#
# and mi_execute_to uses mi_send_resuming_command. If we use 'pass' here,
# it will reset kfail, so when the actual test fails, it will be flagged
# as real failure.
return 0
}
-re "\\^error,msg=\"Displaced stepping is only supported in ARM mode\".*" {
unsupported "$test (Thumb mode)"
return -1
}
-re "\\^error,msg=.*" {
fail "$test (MI error)"
return -1
}
-re ".*${mi_gdb_prompt}" {
fail "$test (failed to resume)"
return -1
}
timeout {
fail "$test"
return -1
}
}
}
proc mi_send_resuming_command {command test} {
mi_send_resuming_command_raw -$command $test
}
# Helper to mi_run_inline_test below.
# Sets a temporary breakpoint at LOCATION and runs
# the program using COMMAND. When the program is stopped
# returns the line at which it. Returns -1 if line cannot
# be determined.
# Does not check that the line is the same as requested.
# The caller can check itself if required.
proc mi_continue_to_line {location test} {
mi_tbreak $location
mi_send_resuming_command "exec-continue" "run to $location (exec-continue)"
return [mi_get_stop_line $test]
}
# Wait until gdb prints the current line.
proc mi_get_stop_line {test} {
global mi_gdb_prompt
global async
if {$async} {
set prompt_re ""
} else {
set prompt_re "$mi_gdb_prompt$"
}
gdb_expect {
-re ".*line=\"(\[0-9\]*)\".*\r\n$prompt_re" {
return $expect_out(1,string)
}
-re ".*$mi_gdb_prompt" {
fail "wait for stop ($test)"
}
timeout {
fail "wait for stop ($test)"
}
}
}
# Run a MI test embedded in comments in a C file.
# The C file should contain special comments in the following
# three forms:
#
# /*: BEGIN: testname :*/
# /*: <Tcl statements> :*/
# /*: END: testname :*/
#
# This procedure find the begin and end marker for the requested
# test. Then, a temporary breakpoint is set at the begin
# marker and the program is run (from start).
#
# After that, for each special comment between the begin and end
# marker, the Tcl statements are executed. It is assumed that
# for each comment, the immediately preceding line is executable
# C statement. Then, gdb will be single-stepped until that
# preceding C statement is executed, and after that the
# Tcl statements in the comment will be executed.
#
# For example:
#
# /*: BEGIN: assignment-test :*/
# v = 10;
# /*: <Tcl code to check that 'v' is indeed 10 :*/
# /*: END: assignment-test :*/
#
# The mi_prepare_inline_tests function should be called before
# calling this function. A given C file can contain several
# inline tests. The names of the tests must be unique within one
# C file.
#
proc mi_run_inline_test { testcase } {
global mi_gdb_prompt
global hex
global decimal
global fullname_syntax
global mi_autotest_source
set commands [mi_get_inline_test $testcase]
set first 1
set line_now 1
foreach c $commands {
set statements [lindex $c 0]
set line [lindex $c 1]
set line [expr $line-1]
# We want gdb to be stopped at the expression immediately
# before the comment. If this is the first comment, the
# program is either not started yet or is in some random place,
# so we run it. For further comments, we might be already
# standing at the right line. If not continue till the
# right line.
if {$first==1} {
# Start the program afresh.
mi_tbreak "$mi_autotest_source:$line"
mi_run_cmd
set line_now [mi_get_stop_line "$testcase: step to $line"]
set first 0
} elseif {$line_now!=$line} {
set line_now [mi_continue_to_line "$mi_autotest_source:$line" "continue to $line"]
}
if {$line_now!=$line} {
fail "$testcase: go to line $line"
}
# We're not at the statement right above the comment.
# Execute that statement so that the comment can test
# the state after the statement is executed.
# Single-step past the line.
if { [mi_send_resuming_command "exec-next" "$testcase: step over $line"] != 0 } {
return -1
}
set line_now [mi_get_stop_line "$testcase: step over $line"]
# We probably want to use 'uplevel' so that statements
# have direct access to global variables that the
# main 'exp' file has set up. But it's not yet clear,
# will need more experience to be sure.
eval $statements
}
}
proc get_mi_thread_list {name} {
global expect_out
# MI will return a list of thread ids:
#
# -thread-list-ids
# ^done,thread-ids=[thread-id="1",thread-id="2",...],number-of-threads="N"
# (gdb)
mi_gdb_test "-thread-list-ids" \
{.*\^done,thread-ids={(thread-id="[0-9]+"(,)?)+},current-thread-id="[0-9]+",number-of-threads="[0-9]+"} \
"-thread_list_ids ($name)"
set output {}
if {[info exists expect_out(buffer)]} {
set output $expect_out(buffer)
}
set thread_list {}
if {![regexp {thread-ids=\{(thread-id="[0-9]+"(,)?)*\}} $output threads]} {
fail "finding threads in MI output ($name)"
} else {
pass "finding threads in MI output ($name)"
# Make list of console threads
set start [expr {[string first \{ $threads] + 1}]
set end [expr {[string first \} $threads] - 1}]
set threads [string range $threads $start $end]
foreach thread [split $threads ,] {
if {[scan $thread {thread-id="%d"} num]} {
lappend thread_list $num
}
}
}
return $thread_list
}
# Check that MI and the console know of the same threads.
# Appends NAME to all test names.
proc check_mi_and_console_threads {name} {
global expect_out
mi_gdb_test "-thread-list-ids" \
{.*\^done,thread-ids={(thread-id="[0-9]+"(,)*)+},current-thread-id="[0-9]+",number-of-threads="[0-9]+"} \
"-thread-list-ids ($name)"
set mi_output {}
if {[info exists expect_out(buffer)]} {
set mi_output $expect_out(buffer)
}
# GDB will return a list of thread ids and some more info:
#
# (gdb)
# -interpreter-exec console "info threads"
# ~" 4 Thread 2051 (LWP 7734) 0x401166b1 in __libc_nanosleep () at __libc_nanosleep:-1"
# ~" 3 Thread 1026 (LWP 7733) () at __libc_nanosleep:-1"
# ~" 2 Thread 2049 (LWP 7732) 0x401411f8 in __poll (fds=0x804bb24, nfds=1, timeout=2000) at ../sysdeps/unix/sysv/linux/poll.c:63"
# ~"* 1 Thread 1024 (LWP 7731) main (argc=1, argv=0xbfffdd94) at ../../../src/gdb/testsuite/gdb.mi/pthreads.c:160"
# FIXME: kseitz/2002-09-05: Don't use the hack-cli method.
mi_gdb_test "info threads" \
{.*(~".*"[\r\n]*)+.*} \
"info threads ($name)"
set console_output {}
if {[info exists expect_out(buffer)]} {
set console_output $expect_out(buffer)
}
# Make a list of all known threads to console (gdb's thread IDs)
set console_thread_list {}
foreach line [split $console_output \n] {
if {[string index $line 0] == "~"} {
# This is a line from the console; trim off "~", " ", "*", and "\""
set line [string trim $line ~\ \"\*]
if {[scan $line "%d" id] == 1} {
lappend console_thread_list $id
}
}
}
# Now find the result string from MI
set mi_result ""
foreach line [split $mi_output \n] {
if {[string range $line 0 4] == "^done"} {
set mi_result $line
}
}
if {$mi_result == ""} {
fail "finding MI result string ($name)"
} else {
pass "finding MI result string ($name)"
}
# Finally, extract the thread ids and compare them to the console
set num_mi_threads_str ""
if {![regexp {number-of-threads="[0-9]+"} $mi_result num_mi_threads_str]} {
fail "finding number of threads in MI output ($name)"
} else {
pass "finding number of threads in MI output ($name)"
# Extract the number of threads from the MI result
if {![scan $num_mi_threads_str {number-of-threads="%d"} num_mi_threads]} {
fail "got number of threads from MI ($name)"
} else {
pass "got number of threads from MI ($name)"
# Check if MI and console have same number of threads
if {$num_mi_threads != [llength $console_thread_list]} {
fail "console and MI have same number of threads ($name)"
} else {
pass "console and MI have same number of threads ($name)"
# Get MI thread list
set mi_thread_list [get_mi_thread_list $name]
# Check if MI and console have the same threads
set fails 0
foreach ct [lsort $console_thread_list] mt [lsort $mi_thread_list] {
if {$ct != $mt} {
incr fails
}
}
if {$fails > 0} {
fail "MI and console have same threads ($name)"
# Send a list of failures to the log
send_log "Console has thread ids: $console_thread_list\n"
send_log "MI has thread ids: $mi_thread_list\n"
} else {
pass "MI and console have same threads ($name)"
}
}
}
}
}
# Download shared libraries to the target.
proc mi_load_shlibs { args } {
if {![is_remote target]} {
return
}
foreach file $args {
gdb_download [shlib_target_file $file]
}
# Even if the target supplies full paths for shared libraries,
# they may not be paths for this system.
mi_gdb_test "set solib-search-path [file dirname [lindex $args 0]]" "\^done" ""
}
proc mi_reverse_list { list } {
if { [llength $list] <= 1 } {
return $list
}
set tail [lrange $list 1 [llength $list]]
set rtail [mi_reverse_list $tail]
lappend rtail [lindex $list 0]
return $rtail
}
proc mi_check_thread_states { xstates test } {
global expect_out
set states [mi_reverse_list $xstates]
set pattern ".*\\^done,threads=\\\["
foreach s $states {
set pattern "${pattern}(.*)state=\"$s\""
}
set pattern "${pattern}(,core=\"\[0-9\]*\")?\\\}\\\].*"
verbose -log "expecting: $pattern"
mi_gdb_test "-thread-info" $pattern $test
}
# Return a list of MI features supported by this gdb.
proc mi_get_features {} {
global expect_out mi_gdb_prompt
send_gdb "-list-features\n"
gdb_expect {
-re "\\^done,features=\\\[(.*)\\\]\r\n$mi_gdb_prompt$" {
regsub -all -- \" $expect_out(1,string) "" features
return [split $features ,]
}
-re ".*\r\n$mi_gdb_prompt$" {
verbose -log "got $expect_out(buffer)"
return ""
}
timeout {
verbose -log "timeout in mi_gdb_prompt"
return ""
}
}
}