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/*
* Copyright (C) 2008 The Android Open Source Project
*
* Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
* you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
* You may obtain a copy of the License at
*
* http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0
*
* Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
* distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS,
* WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied.
* See the License for the specific language governing permissions and
* limitations under the License.
*/
/*
* Link between JDWP and the VM. The code here only runs as a result of
* requests from the debugger, so speed is not essential. Maintaining
* isolation of the JDWP code should make it easier to maintain and reuse.
*
* Collecting all debugger-related pieces here will also allow us to #ifdef
* the JDWP code out of release builds.
*/
#include "Dalvik.h"
/*
Notes on garbage collection and object registration
JDWP does not allow the debugger to assume that objects passed to it
will not be garbage collected. It specifies explicit commands (e.g.
ObjectReference.DisableCollection) to allow the debugger to manage
object lifetime. It does, however, require that the VM not re-use an
object ID unless an explicit "dispose" call has been made, and if the
VM asks for a now-collected object we must return INVALID_OBJECT.
JDWP also requires that, while the VM is suspended, no garbage collection
occur. The JDWP docs suggest that this is obvious, because no threads
can be running. Unfortunately it's not entirely clear how to deal
with situations where the debugger itself allocates strings or executes
code as part of displaying variables. The easiest way to enforce this,
short of disabling GC whenever the debugger is connected, is to ensure
that the debugger thread can't cause a GC: it has to expand the heap or
fail to allocate. (Might want to make that "is debugger thread AND all
other threads are suspended" to avoid unnecessary heap expansion by a
poorly-timed JDWP request.)
We use an "object registry" so that we can separate our internal
representation from what we show the debugger. This allows us to
return a registry table index instead of a pointer or handle.
There are various approaches we can take to achieve correct behavior:
(1) Disable garbage collection entirely while the debugger is attached.
This is very easy, but doesn't allow extended debugging sessions on
small devices.
(2) Keep a list of all object references requested by or sent to the
debugger, and include the list in the GC root set. This ensures that
objects the debugger might care about don't go away. This is straightforward,
but it can cause us to hold on to large objects and prevent finalizers from
being executed.
(3) Keep a list of what amount to weak object references. This way we
don't interfere with the GC, and can support JDWP requests like
"ObjectReference.IsCollected".
The current implementation is #2. The set should be reasonably small and
performance isn't critical, so a simple expanding array can be used.
Notes on threads:
The VM has a Thread struct associated with every active thread. The
ThreadId we pass to the debugger is the ObjectId for the java/lang/Thread
object, so to retrieve the VM's Thread struct we have to scan through the
list looking for a match.
When a thread goes away, we lock the list and free the struct. To
avoid having the thread list updated or Thread structs freed out from
under us, we want to acquire and hold the thread list lock while we're
performing operations on Threads. Exceptions to this rule are noted in
a couple of places.
We can speed this up a bit by adding a Thread struct pointer to the
java/lang/Thread object, and ensuring that both are discarded at the
same time.
*/
#define THREAD_GROUP_ALL ((ObjectId) 0x12345) // magic, internal-only value
#define kSlot0Sub 1000 // Eclipse workaround
/*
* System init. We don't allocate the registry until first use.
* Make sure we do this before initializing JDWP.
*/
bool dvmDebuggerStartup()
{
if (!dvmBreakpointStartup())
return false;
gDvm.dbgRegistry = dvmHashTableCreate(1000, NULL);
return (gDvm.dbgRegistry != NULL);
}
/*
* Free registry storage.
*/
void dvmDebuggerShutdown()
{
dvmHashTableFree(gDvm.dbgRegistry);
gDvm.dbgRegistry = NULL;
dvmBreakpointShutdown();
}
/*
* Pass these through to the VM functions. Allows extended checking
* (e.g. "errorcheck" mutexes). If nothing else we can assert() success.
*/
void dvmDbgInitMutex(pthread_mutex_t* pMutex)
{
dvmInitMutex(pMutex);
}
void dvmDbgLockMutex(pthread_mutex_t* pMutex)
{
dvmLockMutex(pMutex);
}
void dvmDbgUnlockMutex(pthread_mutex_t* pMutex)
{
dvmUnlockMutex(pMutex);
}
void dvmDbgInitCond(pthread_cond_t* pCond)
{
pthread_cond_init(pCond, NULL);
}
void dvmDbgCondWait(pthread_cond_t* pCond, pthread_mutex_t* pMutex)
{
int cc __attribute__ ((__unused__)) = pthread_cond_wait(pCond, pMutex);
assert(cc == 0);
}
void dvmDbgCondSignal(pthread_cond_t* pCond)
{
int cc __attribute__ ((__unused__)) = pthread_cond_signal(pCond);
assert(cc == 0);
}
void dvmDbgCondBroadcast(pthread_cond_t* pCond)
{
int cc __attribute__ ((__unused__)) = pthread_cond_broadcast(pCond);
assert(cc == 0);
}
/* keep track of type, in case we need to distinguish them someday */
enum RegistryType {
kObjectId = 0xc1, kRefTypeId
};
/*
* Hash function for object IDs. Since objects are at least 8 bytes, and
* could someday be allocated on 16-byte boundaries, we don't want to use
* the low 4 bits in our hash.
*/
static inline u4 registryHash(u4 val)
{
return val >> 4;
}
/*
* (This is a dvmHashTableLookup() callback.)
*/
static int registryCompare(const void* obj1, const void* obj2)
{
return (int) obj1 - (int) obj2;
}
/*
* Determine if an id is already in the list.
*
* If the list doesn't yet exist, this creates it.
*
* Lock the registry before calling here.
*/
#ifndef NDEBUG
static bool lookupId(ObjectId id)
{
void* found;
found = dvmHashTableLookup(gDvm.dbgRegistry, registryHash((u4) id),
(void*)(u4) id, registryCompare, false);
if (found == NULL)
return false;
assert(found == (void*)(u4) id);
return true;
}
#endif
/*
* Register an object, if it hasn't already been.
*
* This is used for both ObjectId and RefTypeId. In theory we don't have
* to register RefTypeIds unless we're worried about classes unloading.
*
* Null references must be represented as zero, or the debugger will get
* very confused.
*/
static ObjectId registerObject(const Object* obj, RegistryType type, bool reg)
{
ObjectId id;
if (obj == NULL)
return 0;
assert((u4) obj != 0xcccccccc);
assert((u4) obj > 0x100);
id = (ObjectId)(u4)obj | ((u8) type) << 32;
if (!reg)
return id;
dvmHashTableLock(gDvm.dbgRegistry);
if (!gDvm.debuggerConnected) {
/* debugger has detached while we were doing stuff? */
ALOGI("ignoring registerObject request in thread=%d",
dvmThreadSelf()->threadId);
//dvmAbort();
goto bail;
}
dvmHashTableLookup(gDvm.dbgRegistry, registryHash((u4) id),
(void*)(u4) id, registryCompare, true);
bail:
dvmHashTableUnlock(gDvm.dbgRegistry);
return id;
}
/*
* Verify that an object has been registered. If it hasn't, the debugger
* is asking for something we didn't send it, which means something
* somewhere is broken.
*
* If speed is an issue we can encode the registry index in the high
* four bytes. We could also just hard-wire this to "true".
*
* Note this actually takes both ObjectId and RefTypeId.
*/
#ifndef NDEBUG
static bool objectIsRegistered(ObjectId id, RegistryType type)
{
UNUSED_PARAMETER(type);
if (id == 0) // null reference?
return true;
dvmHashTableLock(gDvm.dbgRegistry);
bool result = lookupId(id);
dvmHashTableUnlock(gDvm.dbgRegistry);
return result;
}
#endif
/*
* Convert to/from a RefTypeId.
*
* These are rarely NULL, but can be (e.g. java/lang/Object's superclass).
*/
static RefTypeId classObjectToRefTypeId(ClassObject* clazz)
{
return (RefTypeId) registerObject((Object*) clazz, kRefTypeId, true);
}
#if 0
static RefTypeId classObjectToRefTypeIdNoReg(ClassObject* clazz)
{
return (RefTypeId) registerObject((Object*) clazz, kRefTypeId, false);
}
#endif
static ClassObject* refTypeIdToClassObject(RefTypeId id)
{
assert(objectIsRegistered(id, kRefTypeId) || !gDvm.debuggerConnected);
return (ClassObject*)(u4) id;
}
/*
* Convert to/from an ObjectId.
*/
static ObjectId objectToObjectId(const Object* obj)
{
return registerObject(obj, kObjectId, true);
}
static ObjectId objectToObjectIdNoReg(const Object* obj)
{
return registerObject(obj, kObjectId, false);
}
static Object* objectIdToObject(ObjectId id)
{
assert(objectIsRegistered(id, kObjectId) || !gDvm.debuggerConnected);
return (Object*)(u4) id;
}
/*
* Register an object ID that might not have been registered previously.
*
* Normally this wouldn't happen -- the conversion to an ObjectId would
* have added the object to the registry -- but in some cases (e.g.
* throwing exceptions) we really want to do the registration late.
*/
void dvmDbgRegisterObjectId(ObjectId id)
{
Object* obj = (Object*)(u4) id;
ALOGV("+++ registering %p (%s)", obj, obj->clazz->descriptor);
registerObject(obj, kObjectId, true);
}
/*
* Convert to/from a MethodId.
*
* These IDs are only guaranteed unique within a class, so they could be
* an enumeration index. For now we just use the Method*.
*/
static MethodId methodToMethodId(const Method* meth)
{
return (MethodId)(u4) meth;
}
static Method* methodIdToMethod(RefTypeId refTypeId, MethodId id)
{
// TODO? verify "id" is actually a method in "refTypeId"
return (Method*)(u4) id;
}
/*
* Convert to/from a FieldId.
*
* These IDs are only guaranteed unique within a class, so they could be
* an enumeration index. For now we just use the Field*.
*/
static FieldId fieldToFieldId(const Field* field)
{
return (FieldId)(u4) field;
}
static Field* fieldIdToField(RefTypeId refTypeId, FieldId id)
{
// TODO? verify "id" is actually a field in "refTypeId"
return (Field*)(u4) id;
}
/*
* Convert to/from a FrameId.
*
* We just return a pointer to the stack frame.
*/
static FrameId frameToFrameId(const void* frame)
{
return (FrameId)(u4) frame;
}
static u4* frameIdToFrame(FrameId id)
{
return (u4*)(u4) id;
}
/*
* Get the invocation request state.
*/
DebugInvokeReq* dvmDbgGetInvokeReq()
{
return &dvmThreadSelf()->invokeReq;
}
/*
* Enable the object registry, but don't enable debugging features yet.
*
* Only called from the JDWP handler thread.
*/
void dvmDbgConnected()
{
assert(!gDvm.debuggerConnected);
ALOGV("JDWP has attached");
assert(dvmHashTableNumEntries(gDvm.dbgRegistry) == 0);
gDvm.debuggerConnected = true;
}
/*
* Enable all debugging features, including scans for breakpoints.
*
* This is a no-op if we're already active.
*
* Only called from the JDWP handler thread.
*/
void dvmDbgActive()
{
if (gDvm.debuggerActive)
return;
ALOGI("Debugger is active");
dvmInitBreakpoints();
gDvm.debuggerActive = true;
dvmEnableAllSubMode(kSubModeDebuggerActive);
#if defined(WITH_JIT)
dvmCompilerUpdateGlobalState();
#endif
}
/*
* Disable debugging features.
*
* Set "debuggerConnected" to false, which disables use of the object
* registry.
*
* Only called from the JDWP handler thread.
*/
void dvmDbgDisconnected()
{
assert(gDvm.debuggerConnected);
gDvm.debuggerActive = false;
dvmDisableAllSubMode(kSubModeDebuggerActive);
#if defined(WITH_JIT)
dvmCompilerUpdateGlobalState();
#endif
dvmHashTableLock(gDvm.dbgRegistry);
gDvm.debuggerConnected = false;
ALOGD("Debugger has detached; object registry had %d entries",
dvmHashTableNumEntries(gDvm.dbgRegistry));
//int i;
//for (i = 0; i < gDvm.dbgRegistryNext; i++)
// LOGVV("%4d: 0x%llx", i, gDvm.dbgRegistryTable[i]);
dvmHashTableClear(gDvm.dbgRegistry);
dvmHashTableUnlock(gDvm.dbgRegistry);
}
/*
* Returns "true" if a debugger is connected.
*
* Does not return "true" if it's just a DDM server.
*/
bool dvmDbgIsDebuggerConnected()
{
return gDvm.debuggerActive;
}
/*
* Get time since last debugger activity. Used when figuring out if the
* debugger has finished configuring us.
*/
s8 dvmDbgLastDebuggerActivity()
{
return dvmJdwpLastDebuggerActivity(gDvm.jdwpState);
}
/*
* JDWP thread is running, don't allow GC.
*/
int dvmDbgThreadRunning()
{
ThreadStatus oldStatus = dvmChangeStatus(NULL, THREAD_RUNNING);
return static_cast<int>(oldStatus);
}
/*
* JDWP thread is idle, allow GC.
*/
int dvmDbgThreadWaiting()
{
ThreadStatus oldStatus = dvmChangeStatus(NULL, THREAD_VMWAIT);
return static_cast<int>(oldStatus);
}
/*
* Restore state returned by Running/Waiting calls.
*/
int dvmDbgThreadContinuing(int status)
{
ThreadStatus newStatus = static_cast<ThreadStatus>(status);
ThreadStatus oldStatus = dvmChangeStatus(NULL, newStatus);
return static_cast<int>(oldStatus);
}
/*
* The debugger wants us to exit.
*/
void dvmDbgExit(int status)
{
// TODO? invoke System.exit() to perform exit processing; ends up
// in System.exitInternal(), which can call JNI exit hook
ALOGI("GC lifetime allocation: %d bytes", gDvm.allocProf.allocCount);
if (CALC_CACHE_STATS) {
dvmDumpAtomicCacheStats(gDvm.instanceofCache);
dvmDumpBootClassPath();
}
exit(status);
}
/*
* ===========================================================================
* Class, Object, Array
* ===========================================================================
*/
/*
* Get the class's type descriptor from a reference type ID.
*/
const char* dvmDbgGetClassDescriptor(RefTypeId id)
{
ClassObject* clazz;
clazz = refTypeIdToClassObject(id);
return clazz->descriptor;
}
/*
* Convert a RefTypeId to an ObjectId.
*/
ObjectId dvmDbgGetClassObject(RefTypeId id)
{
ClassObject* clazz = refTypeIdToClassObject(id);
return objectToObjectId((Object*) clazz);
}
/*
* Return the superclass of a class (will be NULL for java/lang/Object).
*/
RefTypeId dvmDbgGetSuperclass(RefTypeId id)
{
ClassObject* clazz = refTypeIdToClassObject(id);
return classObjectToRefTypeId(clazz->super);
}
/*
* Return a class's defining class loader.
*/
RefTypeId dvmDbgGetClassLoader(RefTypeId id)
{
ClassObject* clazz = refTypeIdToClassObject(id);
return objectToObjectId(clazz->classLoader);
}
/*
* Return a class's access flags.
*/
u4 dvmDbgGetAccessFlags(RefTypeId id)
{
ClassObject* clazz = refTypeIdToClassObject(id);
return clazz->accessFlags & JAVA_FLAGS_MASK;
}
/*
* Is this class an interface?
*/
bool dvmDbgIsInterface(RefTypeId id)
{
ClassObject* clazz = refTypeIdToClassObject(id);
return dvmIsInterfaceClass(clazz);
}
/*
* dvmHashForeach callback
*/
static int copyRefType(void* vclazz, void* varg)
{
RefTypeId** pRefType = (RefTypeId**)varg;
**pRefType = classObjectToRefTypeId((ClassObject*) vclazz);
(*pRefType)++;
return 0;
}
/*
* Get the complete list of reference classes (i.e. all classes except
* the primitive types).
*
* Returns a newly-allocated buffer full of RefTypeId values.
*/
void dvmDbgGetClassList(u4* pNumClasses, RefTypeId** pClassRefBuf)
{
RefTypeId* pRefType;
dvmHashTableLock(gDvm.loadedClasses);
*pNumClasses = dvmHashTableNumEntries(gDvm.loadedClasses);
pRefType = *pClassRefBuf =
(RefTypeId*)malloc(sizeof(RefTypeId) * *pNumClasses);
if (dvmHashForeach(gDvm.loadedClasses, copyRefType, &pRefType) != 0) {
ALOGW("Warning: problem getting class list");
/* not really expecting this to happen */
} else {
assert(pRefType - *pClassRefBuf == (int) *pNumClasses);
}
dvmHashTableUnlock(gDvm.loadedClasses);
}
/*
* Get the list of reference classes "visible" to the specified class
* loader. A class is visible to a class loader if the ClassLoader object
* is the defining loader or is listed as an initiating loader.
*
* Returns a newly-allocated buffer full of RefTypeId values.
*/
void dvmDbgGetVisibleClassList(ObjectId classLoaderId, u4* pNumClasses,
RefTypeId** pClassRefBuf)
{
Object* classLoader;
int numClasses = 0, maxClasses;
classLoader = objectIdToObject(classLoaderId);
// I don't think classLoader can be NULL, but the spec doesn't say
LOGVV("GetVisibleList: comparing to %p", classLoader);
dvmHashTableLock(gDvm.loadedClasses);
/* over-allocate the return buffer */
maxClasses = dvmHashTableNumEntries(gDvm.loadedClasses);
*pClassRefBuf = (RefTypeId*)malloc(sizeof(RefTypeId) * maxClasses);
/*
* Run through the list, looking for matches.
*/
HashIter iter;
for (dvmHashIterBegin(gDvm.loadedClasses, &iter); !dvmHashIterDone(&iter);
dvmHashIterNext(&iter))
{
ClassObject* clazz = (ClassObject*) dvmHashIterData(&iter);
if (clazz->classLoader == classLoader ||
dvmLoaderInInitiatingList(clazz, classLoader))
{
LOGVV(" match '%s'", clazz->descriptor);
(*pClassRefBuf)[numClasses++] = classObjectToRefTypeId(clazz);
}
}
*pNumClasses = numClasses;
dvmHashTableUnlock(gDvm.loadedClasses);
}
/*
* Get the "JNI signature" for a class, e.g. "Ljava/lang/String;".
*
* Our class descriptors are in the correct format, so we just return that.
*/
static const char* jniSignature(ClassObject* clazz)
{
return clazz->descriptor;
}
/*
* Get information about a class.
*
* If "pSignature" is not NULL, *pSignature gets the "JNI signature" of
* the class.
*/
void dvmDbgGetClassInfo(RefTypeId classId, u1* pTypeTag, u4* pStatus,
const char** pSignature)
{
ClassObject* clazz = refTypeIdToClassObject(classId);
if (clazz->descriptor[0] == '[') {
/* generated array class */
*pStatus = CS_VERIFIED | CS_PREPARED;
*pTypeTag = TT_ARRAY;
} else {
if (clazz->status == CLASS_ERROR)
*pStatus = CS_ERROR;
else
*pStatus = CS_VERIFIED | CS_PREPARED | CS_INITIALIZED;
if (dvmIsInterfaceClass(clazz))
*pTypeTag = TT_INTERFACE;
else
*pTypeTag = TT_CLASS;
}
if (pSignature != NULL)
*pSignature = jniSignature(clazz);
}
/*
* Search the list of loaded classes for a match.
*/
bool dvmDbgFindLoadedClassBySignature(const char* classDescriptor,
RefTypeId* pRefTypeId)
{
ClassObject* clazz;
clazz = dvmFindLoadedClass(classDescriptor);
if (clazz != NULL) {
*pRefTypeId = classObjectToRefTypeId(clazz);
return true;
} else
return false;
}
/*
* Get an object's class and "type tag".
*/
void dvmDbgGetObjectType(ObjectId objectId, u1* pRefTypeTag,
RefTypeId* pRefTypeId)
{
Object* obj = objectIdToObject(objectId);
if (dvmIsArrayClass(obj->clazz))
*pRefTypeTag = TT_ARRAY;
else if (dvmIsInterfaceClass(obj->clazz))
*pRefTypeTag = TT_INTERFACE;
else
*pRefTypeTag = TT_CLASS;
*pRefTypeId = classObjectToRefTypeId(obj->clazz);
}
/*
* Get a class object's "type tag".
*/
u1 dvmDbgGetClassObjectType(RefTypeId refTypeId)
{
ClassObject* clazz = refTypeIdToClassObject(refTypeId);
if (dvmIsArrayClass(clazz))
return TT_ARRAY;
else if (dvmIsInterfaceClass(clazz))
return TT_INTERFACE;
else
return TT_CLASS;
}
/*
* Get a class' signature.
*/
const char* dvmDbgGetSignature(RefTypeId refTypeId)
{
ClassObject* clazz;
clazz = refTypeIdToClassObject(refTypeId);
assert(clazz != NULL);
return jniSignature(clazz);
}
/*
* Get class' source file.
*
* Returns a newly-allocated string.
*/
const char* dvmDbgGetSourceFile(RefTypeId refTypeId)
{
ClassObject* clazz;
clazz = refTypeIdToClassObject(refTypeId);
assert(clazz != NULL);
return clazz->sourceFile;
}
/*
* Get an object's type name. (For log message display only.)
*/
const char* dvmDbgGetObjectTypeName(ObjectId objectId)
{
if (objectId == 0)
return "(null)";
Object* obj = objectIdToObject(objectId);
return jniSignature(obj->clazz);
}
/*
* Determine whether or not a tag represents a primitive type.
*/
static bool isTagPrimitive(u1 tag)
{
switch (tag) {
case JT_BYTE:
case JT_CHAR:
case JT_FLOAT:
case JT_DOUBLE:
case JT_INT:
case JT_LONG:
case JT_SHORT:
case JT_VOID:
case JT_BOOLEAN:
return true;
case JT_ARRAY:
case JT_OBJECT:
case JT_STRING:
case JT_CLASS_OBJECT:
case JT_THREAD:
case JT_THREAD_GROUP:
case JT_CLASS_LOADER:
return false;
default:
ALOGE("ERROR: unhandled tag '%c'", tag);
assert(false);
return false;
}
}
/*
* Determine the best tag type given an object's class.
*/
static u1 tagFromClass(ClassObject* clazz)
{
if (dvmIsArrayClass(clazz))
return JT_ARRAY;
if (clazz == gDvm.classJavaLangString) {
return JT_STRING;
} else if (dvmIsTheClassClass(clazz)) {
return JT_CLASS_OBJECT;
} else if (dvmInstanceof(clazz, gDvm.classJavaLangThread)) {
return JT_THREAD;
} else if (dvmInstanceof(clazz, gDvm.classJavaLangThreadGroup)) {
return JT_THREAD_GROUP;
} else if (dvmInstanceof(clazz, gDvm.classJavaLangClassLoader)) {
return JT_CLASS_LOADER;
} else {
return JT_OBJECT;
}
}
/*
* Return a basic tag value based solely on a type descriptor.
*
* The ASCII value maps directly to the JDWP tag constants, so we don't
* need to do much here. This does not return the fancier tags like
* JT_THREAD.
*/
static u1 basicTagFromDescriptor(const char* descriptor)
{
return descriptor[0];
}
/*
* Objects declared to hold Object might actually hold a more specific
* type. The debugger may take a special interest in these (e.g. it
* wants to display the contents of Strings), so we want to return an
* appropriate tag.
*
* Null objects are tagged JT_OBJECT.
*/
static u1 tagFromObject(const Object* obj)
{
if (obj == NULL)
return JT_OBJECT;
return tagFromClass(obj->clazz);
}
/*
* Determine the tag for an object.
*
* "objectId" may be 0 (i.e. NULL reference).
*/
u1 dvmDbgGetObjectTag(ObjectId objectId)
{
return tagFromObject(objectIdToObject(objectId));
}
/*
* Get the widths of the specified JDWP.Tag value.
*/
int dvmDbgGetTagWidth(int tag)
{
switch (tag) {
case JT_VOID:
return 0;
case JT_BYTE:
case JT_BOOLEAN:
return 1;
case JT_CHAR:
case JT_SHORT:
return 2;
case JT_FLOAT:
case JT_INT:
return 4;
case JT_ARRAY:
case JT_OBJECT:
case JT_STRING:
case JT_THREAD:
case JT_THREAD_GROUP:
case JT_CLASS_LOADER:
case JT_CLASS_OBJECT:
return sizeof(ObjectId);
case JT_DOUBLE:
case JT_LONG:
return 8;
default:
ALOGE("ERROR: unhandled tag '%c'", tag);
assert(false);
return -1;
}
}
/*
* Return the length of the specified array.
*/
int dvmDbgGetArrayLength(ObjectId arrayId)
{
ArrayObject* arrayObj = (ArrayObject*) objectIdToObject(arrayId);
assert(dvmIsArray(arrayObj));
return arrayObj->length;
}
/*
* Return a tag indicating the general type of elements in the array.
*/
u1 dvmDbgGetArrayElementTag(ObjectId arrayId)
{
ArrayObject* arrayObj = (ArrayObject*) objectIdToObject(arrayId);
ClassObject* arrayClass = arrayObj->clazz;
u1 tag = basicTagFromDescriptor(arrayClass->descriptor + 1);
if (!isTagPrimitive(tag)) {
/* try to refine it */
tag = tagFromClass(arrayClass->elementClass);
}
return tag;
}
/*
* Copy a series of values with the specified width, changing the byte
* ordering to big-endian.
*/
static void copyValuesToBE(u1* out, const u1* in, int count, int width)
{
int i;
switch (width) {
case 1:
memcpy(out, in, count);
break;
case 2:
for (i = 0; i < count; i++)
*(((u2*) out)+i) = get2BE(in + i*2);
break;
case 4:
for (i = 0; i < count; i++)
*(((u4*) out)+i) = get4BE(in + i*4);
break;
case 8:
for (i = 0; i < count; i++)
*(((u8*) out)+i) = get8BE(in + i*8);
break;
default:
assert(false);
}
}
/*
* Copy a series of values with the specified width, changing the
* byte order from big-endian.
*/
static void copyValuesFromBE(u1* out, const u1* in, int count, int width)
{
int i;
switch (width) {
case 1:
memcpy(out, in, count);
break;
case 2:
for (i = 0; i < count; i++)
set2BE(out + i*2, *((u2*)in + i));
break;
case 4:
for (i = 0; i < count; i++)
set4BE(out + i*4, *((u4*)in + i));
break;
case 8:
for (i = 0; i < count; i++)
set8BE(out + i*8, *((u8*)in + i));
break;
default:
assert(false);
}
}
/*
* Output a piece of an array to the reply buffer.
*
* Returns "false" if something looks fishy.
*/
bool dvmDbgOutputArray(ObjectId arrayId, int firstIndex, int count,
ExpandBuf* pReply)
{
ArrayObject* arrayObj = (ArrayObject*) objectIdToObject(arrayId);
const u1* data = (const u1*)arrayObj->contents;
u1 tag;
assert(dvmIsArray(arrayObj));
if (firstIndex + count > (int)arrayObj->length) {
ALOGW("Request for index=%d + count=%d excceds length=%d",
firstIndex, count, arrayObj->length);
return false;
}
tag = basicTagFromDescriptor(arrayObj->clazz->descriptor + 1);
if (isTagPrimitive(tag)) {
int width = dvmDbgGetTagWidth(tag);
u1* outBuf;
outBuf = expandBufAddSpace(pReply, count * width);
copyValuesToBE(outBuf, data + firstIndex*width, count, width);
} else {
Object** pObjects;
int i;
pObjects = (Object**) data;
pObjects += firstIndex;
ALOGV(" --> copying %d object IDs", count);
//assert(tag == JT_OBJECT); // could be object or "refined" type
for (i = 0; i < count; i++, pObjects++) {
u1 thisTag;
if (*pObjects != NULL)
thisTag = tagFromObject(*pObjects);
else
thisTag = tag;
expandBufAdd1(pReply, thisTag);
expandBufAddObjectId(pReply, objectToObjectId(*pObjects));
}
}
return true;
}
/*
* Set a range of elements in an array from the data in "buf".
*/
bool dvmDbgSetArrayElements(ObjectId arrayId, int firstIndex, int count,
const u1* buf)
{
ArrayObject* arrayObj = (ArrayObject*) objectIdToObject(arrayId);
u1* data = (u1*)arrayObj->contents;
u1 tag;
assert(dvmIsArray(arrayObj));
if (firstIndex + count > (int)arrayObj->length) {
ALOGW("Attempt to set index=%d + count=%d excceds length=%d",
firstIndex, count, arrayObj->length);
return false;
}
tag = basicTagFromDescriptor(arrayObj->clazz->descriptor + 1);
if (isTagPrimitive(tag)) {
int width = dvmDbgGetTagWidth(tag);
ALOGV(" --> setting %d '%c' width=%d", count, tag, width);
copyValuesFromBE(data + firstIndex*width, buf, count, width);
} else {
Object** pObjects;
int i;
pObjects = (Object**) data;
pObjects += firstIndex;
ALOGV(" --> setting %d objects", count);
/* should do array type check here */
for (i = 0; i < count; i++) {
ObjectId id = dvmReadObjectId(&buf);
*pObjects++ = objectIdToObject(id);
}
}
return true;
}
/*
* Create a new string.
*
* The only place the reference will be held in the VM is in our registry.
*/
ObjectId dvmDbgCreateString(const char* str)
{
StringObject* strObj;
strObj = dvmCreateStringFromCstr(str);
dvmReleaseTrackedAlloc((Object*) strObj, NULL);
return objectToObjectId((Object*) strObj);
}
/*
* Allocate a new object of the specified type.
*
* Add it to the registry to prevent it from being GCed.
*/
ObjectId dvmDbgCreateObject(RefTypeId classId)
{
ClassObject* clazz = refTypeIdToClassObject(classId);
Object* newObj = dvmAllocObject(clazz, ALLOC_DEFAULT);
dvmReleaseTrackedAlloc(newObj, NULL);
return objectToObjectId(newObj);
}
/*
* Allocate a new array object of the specified type and length. The
* type is the array type, not the element type.
*
* Add it to the registry to prevent it from being GCed.
*/
ObjectId dvmDbgCreateArrayObject(RefTypeId arrayTypeId, u4 length)
{
ClassObject* clazz = refTypeIdToClassObject(arrayTypeId);
Object* newObj = (Object*) dvmAllocArrayByClass(clazz, length, ALLOC_DEFAULT);
dvmReleaseTrackedAlloc(newObj, NULL);
return objectToObjectId(newObj);
}
/*
* Determine if "instClassId" is an instance of "classId".
*/
bool dvmDbgMatchType(RefTypeId instClassId, RefTypeId classId)
{
ClassObject* instClazz = refTypeIdToClassObject(instClassId);
ClassObject* clazz = refTypeIdToClassObject(classId);
return dvmInstanceof(instClazz, clazz);
}
/*
* ===========================================================================
* Method and Field
* ===========================================================================
*/
/*
* Get the method name from a MethodId.
*/
const char* dvmDbgGetMethodName(RefTypeId refTypeId, MethodId id)
{
Method* meth;
meth = methodIdToMethod(refTypeId, id);
return meth->name;
}
/*
* Augment the access flags for synthetic methods and fields by setting
* the (as described by the spec) "0xf0000000 bit". Also, strip out any
* flags not specified by the Java programming language.
*/
static u4 augmentedAccessFlags(u4 accessFlags)
{
accessFlags &= JAVA_FLAGS_MASK;
if ((accessFlags & ACC_SYNTHETIC) != 0) {
return accessFlags | 0xf0000000;
} else {
return accessFlags;
}
}
/*
* For ReferenceType.Fields and ReferenceType.FieldsWithGeneric:
* output all fields declared by the class. Inherited fields are
* not included.
*/
void dvmDbgOutputAllFields(RefTypeId refTypeId, bool withGeneric,
ExpandBuf* pReply)
{
ClassObject* clazz = refTypeIdToClassObject(refTypeId);
assert(clazz != NULL);
u4 declared = clazz->sfieldCount + clazz->ifieldCount;
expandBufAdd4BE(pReply, declared);
for (int i = 0; i < clazz->sfieldCount; i++) {
Field* field = &clazz->sfields[i];
expandBufAddFieldId(pReply, fieldToFieldId(field));
expandBufAddUtf8String(pReply, (const u1*) field->name);
expandBufAddUtf8String(pReply, (const u1*) field->signature);
if (withGeneric) {
static const u1 genericSignature[1] = "";
expandBufAddUtf8String(pReply, genericSignature);
}
expandBufAdd4BE(pReply, augmentedAccessFlags(field->accessFlags));
}
for (int i = 0; i < clazz->ifieldCount; i++) {
Field* field = &clazz->ifields[i];
expandBufAddFieldId(pReply, fieldToFieldId(field));
expandBufAddUtf8String(pReply, (const u1*) field->name);
expandBufAddUtf8String(pReply, (const u1*) field->signature);
if (withGeneric) {
static const u1 genericSignature[1] = "";
expandBufAddUtf8String(pReply, genericSignature);
}
expandBufAdd4BE(pReply, augmentedAccessFlags(field->accessFlags));
}
}
/*
* For ReferenceType.Methods and ReferenceType.MethodsWithGeneric:
* output all methods declared by the class. Inherited methods are
* not included.
*/
void dvmDbgOutputAllMethods(RefTypeId refTypeId, bool withGeneric,
ExpandBuf* pReply)
{
DexStringCache stringCache;
static const u1 genericSignature[1] = "";
ClassObject* clazz;
Method* meth;
u4 declared;
int i;
dexStringCacheInit(&stringCache);
clazz = refTypeIdToClassObject(refTypeId);
assert(clazz != NULL);
declared = clazz->directMethodCount + clazz->virtualMethodCount;
expandBufAdd4BE(pReply, declared);
for (i = 0; i < clazz->directMethodCount; i++) {
meth = &clazz->directMethods[i];
expandBufAddMethodId(pReply, methodToMethodId(meth));
expandBufAddUtf8String(pReply, (const u1*) meth->name);
expandBufAddUtf8String(pReply,
(const u1*) dexProtoGetMethodDescriptor(&meth->prototype,
&stringCache));
if (withGeneric)
expandBufAddUtf8String(pReply, genericSignature);
expandBufAdd4BE(pReply, augmentedAccessFlags(meth->accessFlags));
}
for (i = 0; i < clazz->virtualMethodCount; i++) {
meth = &clazz->virtualMethods[i];
expandBufAddMethodId(pReply, methodToMethodId(meth));
expandBufAddUtf8String(pReply, (const u1*) meth->name);
expandBufAddUtf8String(pReply,
(const u1*) dexProtoGetMethodDescriptor(&meth->prototype,
&stringCache));
if (withGeneric)
expandBufAddUtf8String(pReply, genericSignature);
expandBufAdd4BE(pReply, augmentedAccessFlags(meth->accessFlags));
}
dexStringCacheRelease(&stringCache);
}
/*
* Output all interfaces directly implemented by the class.
*/
void dvmDbgOutputAllInterfaces(RefTypeId refTypeId, ExpandBuf* pReply)
{
ClassObject* clazz;
int i, count;
clazz = refTypeIdToClassObject(refTypeId);
assert(clazz != NULL);
count = clazz->interfaceCount;
expandBufAdd4BE(pReply, count);
for (i = 0; i < count; i++) {
ClassObject* iface = clazz->interfaces[i];
expandBufAddRefTypeId(pReply, classObjectToRefTypeId(iface));
}
}
struct DebugCallbackContext {
int numItems;
ExpandBuf* pReply;
// used by locals table
bool withGeneric;
};
static int lineTablePositionsCb(void *cnxt, u4 address, u4 lineNum)
{
DebugCallbackContext *pContext = (DebugCallbackContext *)cnxt;
expandBufAdd8BE(pContext->pReply, address);
expandBufAdd4BE(pContext->pReply, lineNum);
pContext->numItems++;
return 0;
}
/*
* For Method.LineTable: output the line table.
*
* Note we operate in Dalvik's 16-bit units rather than bytes.
*/
void dvmDbgOutputLineTable(RefTypeId refTypeId, MethodId methodId,
ExpandBuf* pReply)
{
Method* method;
u8 start, end;
DebugCallbackContext context;
memset (&context, 0, sizeof(DebugCallbackContext));
method = methodIdToMethod(refTypeId, methodId);
if (dvmIsNativeMethod(method)) {
start = (u8) -1;
end = (u8) -1;
} else {
start = 0;
end = dvmGetMethodInsnsSize(method);
}
expandBufAdd8BE(pReply, start);
expandBufAdd8BE(pReply, end);
// Add numLines later
size_t numLinesOffset = expandBufGetLength(pReply);
expandBufAdd4BE(pReply, 0);
context.pReply = pReply;
dexDecodeDebugInfo(method->clazz->pDvmDex->pDexFile,
dvmGetMethodCode(method),
method->clazz->descriptor,
method->prototype.protoIdx,
method->accessFlags,
lineTablePositionsCb, NULL, &context);
set4BE(expandBufGetBuffer(pReply) + numLinesOffset, context.numItems);
}
/*
* Eclipse appears to expect that the "this" reference is in slot zero.
* If it's not, the "variables" display will show two copies of "this",
* possibly because it gets "this" from SF.ThisObject and then displays
* all locals with nonzero slot numbers.
*
* So, we remap the item in slot 0 to 1000, and remap "this" to zero. On
* SF.GetValues / SF.SetValues we map them back.
*/
static int tweakSlot(int slot, const char* name)
{
int newSlot = slot;
if (strcmp(name, "this") == 0) // only remap "this" ptr
newSlot = 0;
else if (slot == 0) // always remap slot 0
newSlot = kSlot0Sub;
ALOGV("untweak: %d to %d", slot, newSlot);
return newSlot;
}
/*
* Reverse Eclipse hack.
*/
static int untweakSlot(int slot, const void* framePtr)
{
int newSlot = slot;
if (slot == kSlot0Sub) {
newSlot = 0;
} else if (slot == 0) {
const StackSaveArea* saveArea = SAVEAREA_FROM_FP(framePtr);
const Method* method = saveArea->method;
newSlot = method->registersSize - method->insSize;
}
ALOGV("untweak: %d to %d", slot, newSlot);
return newSlot;
}
static void variableTableCb (void *cnxt, u2 reg, u4 startAddress,
u4 endAddress, const char *name, const char *descriptor,
const char *signature)
{
DebugCallbackContext *pContext = (DebugCallbackContext *)cnxt;
reg = (u2) tweakSlot(reg, name);
ALOGV(" %2d: %d(%d) '%s' '%s' slot=%d",
pContext->numItems, startAddress, endAddress - startAddress,
name, descriptor, reg);
expandBufAdd8BE(pContext->pReply, startAddress);
expandBufAddUtf8String(pContext->pReply, (const u1*)name);
expandBufAddUtf8String(pContext->pReply, (const u1*)descriptor);
if (pContext->withGeneric) {
expandBufAddUtf8String(pContext->pReply, (const u1*) signature);
}
expandBufAdd4BE(pContext->pReply, endAddress - startAddress);
expandBufAdd4BE(pContext->pReply, reg);
pContext->numItems++;
}
/*
* For Method.VariableTable[WithGeneric]: output information about local
* variables for the specified method.
*/
void dvmDbgOutputVariableTable(RefTypeId refTypeId, MethodId methodId,
bool withGeneric, ExpandBuf* pReply)
{
Method* method;
DebugCallbackContext context;
memset (&context, 0, sizeof(DebugCallbackContext));
method = methodIdToMethod(refTypeId, methodId);
expandBufAdd4BE(pReply, method->insSize);
// Add numLocals later
size_t numLocalsOffset = expandBufGetLength(pReply);
expandBufAdd4BE(pReply, 0);
context.pReply = pReply;
context.withGeneric = withGeneric;
dexDecodeDebugInfo(method->clazz->pDvmDex->pDexFile,
dvmGetMethodCode(method),
method->clazz->descriptor,
method->prototype.protoIdx,
method->accessFlags,
NULL, variableTableCb, &context);
set4BE(expandBufGetBuffer(pReply) + numLocalsOffset, context.numItems);
}
/*
* Get the basic tag for an instance field.
*/
u1 dvmDbgGetFieldBasicTag(ObjectId objId, FieldId fieldId)
{
Object* obj = objectIdToObject(objId);
RefTypeId classId = classObjectToRefTypeId(obj->clazz);
const Field* field = fieldIdToField(classId, fieldId);
return basicTagFromDescriptor(field->signature);
}
/*
* Get the basic tag for a static field.
*/
u1 dvmDbgGetStaticFieldBasicTag(RefTypeId refTypeId, FieldId fieldId)
{
const Field* field = fieldIdToField(refTypeId, fieldId);
return basicTagFromDescriptor(field->signature);
}
/*
* Copy the value of a static field into the output buffer, preceded
* by an appropriate tag. The tag is based on the value held by the
* field, not the field's type.
*/
void dvmDbgGetFieldValue(ObjectId objectId, FieldId fieldId, ExpandBuf* pReply)
{
Object* obj = objectIdToObject(objectId);
RefTypeId classId = classObjectToRefTypeId(obj->clazz);
InstField* ifield = (InstField*) fieldIdToField(classId, fieldId);
u1 tag = basicTagFromDescriptor(ifield->signature);
if (tag == JT_ARRAY || tag == JT_OBJECT) {
Object* objVal = dvmGetFieldObject(obj, ifield->byteOffset);
tag = tagFromObject(objVal);
expandBufAdd1(pReply, tag);
expandBufAddObjectId(pReply, objectToObjectId(objVal));
ALOGV(" --> ifieldId %x --> tag '%c' %p", fieldId, tag, objVal);
} else {
ALOGV(" --> ifieldId %x --> tag '%c'", fieldId, tag);
expandBufAdd1(pReply, tag);
switch (tag) {
case JT_BOOLEAN:
expandBufAdd1(pReply, dvmGetFieldBoolean(obj, ifield->byteOffset));
break;
case JT_BYTE:
expandBufAdd1(pReply, dvmGetFieldByte(obj, ifield->byteOffset));
break;
case JT_SHORT:
expandBufAdd2BE(pReply, dvmGetFieldShort(obj, ifield->byteOffset));
break;
case JT_CHAR:
expandBufAdd2BE(pReply, dvmGetFieldChar(obj, ifield->byteOffset));
break;
case JT_INT:
case JT_FLOAT:
expandBufAdd4BE(pReply, dvmGetFieldInt(obj, ifield->byteOffset));
break;
case JT_LONG:
case JT_DOUBLE:
expandBufAdd8BE(pReply, dvmGetFieldLong(obj, ifield->byteOffset));
break;
default:
ALOGE("ERROR: unhandled field type '%s'", ifield->signature);
assert(false);
break;
}
}
}
/*
* Set the value of the specified field.
*/
void dvmDbgSetFieldValue(ObjectId objectId, FieldId fieldId, u8 value,
int width)
{
Object* obj = objectIdToObject(objectId);
RefTypeId classId = classObjectToRefTypeId(obj->clazz);
InstField* field = (InstField*) fieldIdToField(classId, fieldId);
switch (field->signature[0]) {
case JT_BOOLEAN:
assert(width == 1);
dvmSetFieldBoolean(obj, field->byteOffset, value != 0);
break;
case JT_BYTE:
assert(width == 1);
dvmSetFieldInt(obj, field->byteOffset, value);
break;
case JT_SHORT:
case JT_CHAR:
assert(width == 2);
dvmSetFieldInt(obj, field->byteOffset, value);
break;
case JT_INT:
case JT_FLOAT:
assert(width == 4);
dvmSetFieldInt(obj, field->byteOffset, value);
break;
case JT_ARRAY:
case JT_OBJECT:
assert(width == sizeof(ObjectId));
dvmSetFieldObject(obj, field->byteOffset, objectIdToObject(value));
break;
case JT_DOUBLE:
case JT_LONG:
assert(width == 8);
dvmSetFieldLong(obj, field->byteOffset, value);
break;
default:
ALOGE("ERROR: unhandled class type '%s'", field->signature);
assert(false);
break;
}
}
/*
* Copy the value of a static field into the output buffer, preceded
* by an appropriate tag. The tag is based on the value held by the
* field, not the field's type.
*/
void dvmDbgGetStaticFieldValue(RefTypeId refTypeId, FieldId fieldId,
ExpandBuf* pReply)
{
StaticField* sfield = (StaticField*) fieldIdToField(refTypeId, fieldId);
u1 tag = basicTagFromDescriptor(sfield->signature);
if (tag == JT_ARRAY || tag == JT_OBJECT) {
Object* objVal = dvmGetStaticFieldObject(sfield);
tag = tagFromObject(objVal);
expandBufAdd1(pReply, tag);
expandBufAddObjectId(pReply, objectToObjectId(objVal));
ALOGV(" --> sfieldId %x --> tag '%c' %p", fieldId, tag, objVal);
} else {
JValue value;
ALOGV(" --> sfieldId %x --> tag '%c'", fieldId, tag);
expandBufAdd1(pReply, tag);
switch (tag) {
case JT_BOOLEAN:
expandBufAdd1(pReply, dvmGetStaticFieldBoolean(sfield));
break;
case JT_BYTE:
expandBufAdd1(pReply, dvmGetStaticFieldByte(sfield));
break;
case JT_SHORT:
expandBufAdd2BE(pReply, dvmGetStaticFieldShort(sfield));
break;
case JT_CHAR:
expandBufAdd2BE(pReply, dvmGetStaticFieldChar(sfield));
break;
case JT_INT:
expandBufAdd4BE(pReply, dvmGetStaticFieldInt(sfield));
break;
case JT_FLOAT:
value.f = dvmGetStaticFieldFloat(sfield);
expandBufAdd4BE(pReply, value.i);
break;
case JT_LONG:
expandBufAdd8BE(pReply, dvmGetStaticFieldLong(sfield));
break;
case JT_DOUBLE:
value.d = dvmGetStaticFieldDouble(sfield);
expandBufAdd8BE(pReply, value.j);
break;
default:
ALOGE("ERROR: unhandled field type '%s'", sfield->signature);
assert(false);
break;
}
}
}
/*
* Set the value of a static field.
*/
void dvmDbgSetStaticFieldValue(RefTypeId refTypeId, FieldId fieldId,
u8 rawValue, int width)
{
StaticField* sfield = (StaticField*) fieldIdToField(refTypeId, fieldId);
Object* objVal;
JValue value;
value.j = rawValue;
switch (sfield->signature[0]) {
case JT_BOOLEAN:
assert(width == 1);
dvmSetStaticFieldBoolean(sfield, value.z);
break;
case JT_BYTE:
assert(width == 1);
dvmSetStaticFieldByte(sfield, value.b);
break;
case JT_SHORT:
assert(width == 2);
dvmSetStaticFieldShort(sfield, value.s);
break;
case JT_CHAR:
assert(width == 2);
dvmSetStaticFieldChar(sfield, value.c);
break;
case JT_INT:
assert(width == 4);
dvmSetStaticFieldInt(sfield, value.i);
break;
case JT_FLOAT:
assert(width == 4);
dvmSetStaticFieldFloat(sfield, value.f);
break;
case JT_ARRAY:
case JT_OBJECT:
assert(width == sizeof(ObjectId));
objVal = objectIdToObject(rawValue);
dvmSetStaticFieldObject(sfield, objVal);
break;
case JT_LONG:
assert(width == 8);
dvmSetStaticFieldLong(sfield, value.j);
break;
case JT_DOUBLE:
assert(width == 8);
dvmSetStaticFieldDouble(sfield, value.d);
break;
default:
ALOGE("ERROR: unhandled class type '%s'", sfield->signature);
assert(false);
break;
}
}
/*
* Convert a string object to a UTF-8 string.
*
* Returns a newly-allocated string.
*/
char* dvmDbgStringToUtf8(ObjectId strId)
{
StringObject* strObj = (StringObject*) objectIdToObject(strId);
return dvmCreateCstrFromString(strObj);
}
/*
* ===========================================================================
* Thread and ThreadGroup
* ===========================================================================
*/
/*
* Convert a thread object to a Thread ptr.
*
* This currently requires running through the list of threads and finding
* a match.
*
* IMPORTANT: grab gDvm.threadListLock before calling here.
*/
static Thread* threadObjToThread(Object* threadObj)
{
Thread* thread;
for (thread = gDvm.threadList; thread != NULL; thread = thread->next) {
if (thread->threadObj == threadObj)
break;
}
return thread;
}
/*
* Get the status and suspend state of a thread.
*/
bool dvmDbgGetThreadStatus(ObjectId threadId, u4* pThreadStatus,
u4* pSuspendStatus)
{
Object* threadObj;
Thread* thread;
bool result = false;
threadObj = objectIdToObject(threadId);
assert(threadObj != NULL);
/* lock the thread list, so the thread doesn't vanish while we work */
dvmLockThreadList(NULL);
thread = threadObjToThread(threadObj);
if (thread == NULL)
goto bail;
switch (thread->status) {
case THREAD_ZOMBIE: *pThreadStatus = TS_ZOMBIE; break;
case THREAD_RUNNING: *pThreadStatus = TS_RUNNING; break;
case THREAD_TIMED_WAIT: *pThreadStatus = TS_SLEEPING; break;
case THREAD_MONITOR: *pThreadStatus = TS_MONITOR; break;
case THREAD_WAIT: *pThreadStatus = TS_WAIT; break;
case THREAD_INITIALIZING: *pThreadStatus = TS_ZOMBIE; break;
case THREAD_STARTING: *pThreadStatus = TS_ZOMBIE; break;
case THREAD_NATIVE: *pThreadStatus = TS_RUNNING; break;
case THREAD_VMWAIT: *pThreadStatus = TS_WAIT; break;
case THREAD_SUSPENDED: *pThreadStatus = TS_RUNNING; break;
default:
assert(false);
*pThreadStatus = THREAD_ZOMBIE;
break;
}
if (dvmIsSuspended(thread))
*pSuspendStatus = SUSPEND_STATUS_SUSPENDED;
else
*pSuspendStatus = 0;
result = true;
bail:
dvmUnlockThreadList();
return result;
}
/*
* Get the thread's suspend count.
*/
u4 dvmDbgGetThreadSuspendCount(ObjectId threadId)
{
Object* threadObj;
Thread* thread;
u4 result = 0;
threadObj = objectIdToObject(threadId);
assert(threadObj != NULL);
/* lock the thread list, so the thread doesn't vanish while we work */
dvmLockThreadList(NULL);
thread = threadObjToThread(threadObj);
if (thread == NULL)
goto bail;
result = thread->suspendCount;
bail:
dvmUnlockThreadList();
return result;
}
/*
* Determine whether or not a thread exists in the VM's thread list.
*
* Returns "true" if the thread exists.
*/
bool dvmDbgThreadExists(ObjectId threadId)
{
Object* threadObj;
Thread* thread;
bool result;
threadObj = objectIdToObject(threadId);
assert(threadObj != NULL);
/* lock the thread list, so the thread doesn't vanish while we work */
dvmLockThreadList(NULL);
thread = threadObjToThread(threadObj);
if (thread == NULL)
result = false;
else
result = true;
dvmUnlockThreadList();
return result;
}
/*
* Determine whether or not a thread is suspended.
*
* Returns "false" if the thread is running or doesn't exist.
*/
bool dvmDbgIsSuspended(ObjectId threadId)
{
Object* threadObj;
Thread* thread;
bool result = false;
threadObj = objectIdToObject(threadId);
assert(threadObj != NULL);
/* lock the thread list, so the thread doesn't vanish while we work */
dvmLockThreadList(NULL);
thread = threadObjToThread(threadObj);
if (thread == NULL)
goto bail;
result = dvmIsSuspended(thread);
bail:
dvmUnlockThreadList();
return result;
}
/*
* Return the ObjectId for the "system" thread group.
*/
ObjectId dvmDbgGetSystemThreadGroupId()
{
Object* groupObj = dvmGetSystemThreadGroup();
return objectToObjectId(groupObj);
}
/*
* Return the ObjectId for the "main" thread group.
*/
ObjectId dvmDbgGetMainThreadGroupId()
{
Object* groupObj = dvmGetMainThreadGroup();
return objectToObjectId(groupObj);
}
/*
* Get the name of a thread.
*
* Returns a newly-allocated string.
*/
char* dvmDbgGetThreadName(ObjectId threadId)
{
Object* threadObj;
StringObject* nameStr;
char* str;
char* result;
threadObj = objectIdToObject(threadId);
assert(threadObj != NULL);
nameStr = (StringObject*) dvmGetFieldObject(threadObj,
gDvm.offJavaLangThread_name);
str = dvmCreateCstrFromString(nameStr);
result = (char*) malloc(strlen(str) + 20);
/* lock the thread list, so the thread doesn't vanish while we work */
dvmLockThreadList(NULL);
Thread* thread = threadObjToThread(threadObj);
if (thread != NULL)
sprintf(result, "<%d> %s", thread->threadId, str);
else
sprintf(result, "%s", str);
dvmUnlockThreadList();
free(str);
return result;
}
/*
* Get a thread's group.
*/
ObjectId dvmDbgGetThreadGroup(ObjectId threadId)
{
Object* threadObj;
Object* group;
threadObj = objectIdToObject(threadId);
assert(threadObj != NULL);
group = dvmGetFieldObject(threadObj, gDvm.offJavaLangThread_group);
return objectToObjectId(group);
}
/*
* Get the name of a thread group.
*
* Returns a newly-allocated string.
*/
char* dvmDbgGetThreadGroupName(ObjectId threadGroupId)
{
Object* threadGroup;
StringObject* nameStr;
threadGroup = objectIdToObject(threadGroupId);
assert(threadGroup != NULL);
nameStr = (StringObject*)
dvmGetFieldObject(threadGroup, gDvm.offJavaLangThreadGroup_name);
return dvmCreateCstrFromString(nameStr);
}
/*
* Get the parent of a thread group.
*
* Returns a newly-allocated string.
*/
ObjectId dvmDbgGetThreadGroupParent(ObjectId threadGroupId)
{
Object* threadGroup;
Object* parent;
threadGroup = objectIdToObject(threadGroupId);
assert(threadGroup != NULL);
parent = dvmGetFieldObject(threadGroup, gDvm.offJavaLangThreadGroup_parent);
return objectToObjectId(parent);
}
/*
* Get the list of threads in the thread group.
*
* We do this by running through the full list of threads and returning
* the ones that have the ThreadGroup object as their owner.
*
* If threadGroupId is set to "kAllThreads", we ignore the group field and
* return all threads.
*
* The caller must free "*ppThreadIds".
*/
void dvmDbgGetThreadGroupThreads(ObjectId threadGroupId,
ObjectId** ppThreadIds, u4* pThreadCount)
{
Object* targetThreadGroup = NULL;
Thread* thread;
int count;
if (threadGroupId != THREAD_GROUP_ALL) {
targetThreadGroup = objectIdToObject(threadGroupId);
assert(targetThreadGroup != NULL);
}
dvmLockThreadList(NULL);
thread = gDvm.threadList;
count = 0;
for (thread = gDvm.threadList; thread != NULL; thread = thread->next) {
Object* group;
/* Skip over the JDWP support thread. Some debuggers
* get bent out of shape when they can't suspend and
* query all threads, so it's easier if we just don't
* tell them about us.
*/
if (thread->handle == dvmJdwpGetDebugThread(gDvm.jdwpState))
continue;
/* This thread is currently being created, and isn't ready
* to be seen by the debugger yet.
*/
if (thread->threadObj == NULL)
continue;
group = dvmGetFieldObject(thread->threadObj,
gDvm.offJavaLangThread_group);
if (threadGroupId == THREAD_GROUP_ALL || group == targetThreadGroup)
count++;
}
*pThreadCount = count;
if (count == 0) {
*ppThreadIds = NULL;
} else {
ObjectId* ptr;
ptr = *ppThreadIds = (ObjectId*) malloc(sizeof(ObjectId) * count);
for (thread = gDvm.threadList; thread != NULL; thread = thread->next) {
Object* group;
/* Skip over the JDWP support thread. Some debuggers
* get bent out of shape when they can't suspend and
* query all threads, so it's easier if we just don't
* tell them about us.
*/
if (thread->handle == dvmJdwpGetDebugThread(gDvm.jdwpState))
continue;
/* This thread is currently being created, and isn't ready
* to be seen by the debugger yet.
*/
if (thread->threadObj == NULL)
continue;
group = dvmGetFieldObject(thread->threadObj,
gDvm.offJavaLangThread_group);
if (threadGroupId == THREAD_GROUP_ALL || group == targetThreadGroup)
{
*ptr++ = objectToObjectId(thread->threadObj);
count--;
}
}
assert(count == 0);
}
dvmUnlockThreadList();
}
/*
* Get all threads.
*
* The caller must free "*ppThreadIds".
*/
void dvmDbgGetAllThreads(ObjectId** ppThreadIds, u4* pThreadCount)
{
dvmDbgGetThreadGroupThreads(THREAD_GROUP_ALL, ppThreadIds, pThreadCount);
}
/*
* Count up the #of frames on the thread's stack.
*
* Returns -1 on failure.
*/
int dvmDbgGetThreadFrameCount(ObjectId threadId)
{
Object* threadObj;
Thread* thread;
int count = -1;
threadObj = objectIdToObject(threadId);
dvmLockThreadList(NULL);
thread = threadObjToThread(threadObj);
if (thread != NULL) {
count = dvmComputeExactFrameDepth(thread->interpSave.curFrame);
}
dvmUnlockThreadList();
return count;
}
/*
* Get info for frame N from the specified thread's stack.
*/
bool dvmDbgGetThreadFrame(ObjectId threadId, int num, FrameId* pFrameId,
JdwpLocation* pLoc)
{
Object* threadObj;
Thread* thread;
void* framePtr;
int count;
threadObj = objectIdToObject(threadId);
dvmLockThreadList(NULL);
thread = threadObjToThread(threadObj);
if (thread == NULL)
goto bail;
framePtr = thread->interpSave.curFrame;
count = 0;
while (framePtr != NULL) {
const StackSaveArea* saveArea = SAVEAREA_FROM_FP(framePtr);
const Method* method = saveArea->method;
if (!dvmIsBreakFrame((u4*)framePtr)) {
if (count == num) {
*pFrameId = frameToFrameId(framePtr);
if (dvmIsInterfaceClass(method->clazz))
pLoc->typeTag = TT_INTERFACE;
else
pLoc->typeTag = TT_CLASS;
pLoc->classId = classObjectToRefTypeId(method->clazz);
pLoc->methodId = methodToMethodId(method);
if (dvmIsNativeMethod(method))
pLoc->idx = (u8)-1;
else
pLoc->idx = saveArea->xtra.currentPc - method->insns;
dvmUnlockThreadList();
return true;
}
count++;
}
framePtr = saveArea->prevFrame;
}
bail:
dvmUnlockThreadList();
return false;
}
/*
* Get the ThreadId for the current thread.
*/
ObjectId dvmDbgGetThreadSelfId()
{
Thread* self = dvmThreadSelf();
return objectToObjectId(self->threadObj);
}
/*
* Suspend the VM.
*/
void dvmDbgSuspendVM(bool isEvent)
{
dvmSuspendAllThreads(isEvent ? SUSPEND_FOR_DEBUG_EVENT : SUSPEND_FOR_DEBUG);
}
/*
* Resume the VM.
*/
void dvmDbgResumeVM()
{
dvmResumeAllThreads(SUSPEND_FOR_DEBUG);
}
/*
* Suspend one thread (not ourselves).
*/
void dvmDbgSuspendThread(ObjectId threadId)
{
Object* threadObj = objectIdToObject(threadId);
Thread* thread;
dvmLockThreadList(NULL);
thread = threadObjToThread(threadObj);
if (thread == NULL) {
/* can happen if our ThreadDeath notify crosses in the mail */
ALOGW("WARNING: threadid=%llx obj=%p no match", threadId, threadObj);
} else {
dvmSuspendThread(thread);
}
dvmUnlockThreadList();
}
/*
* Resume one thread (not ourselves).
*/
void dvmDbgResumeThread(ObjectId threadId)
{
Object* threadObj = objectIdToObject(threadId);
Thread* thread;
dvmLockThreadList(NULL);
thread = threadObjToThread(threadObj);
if (thread == NULL) {
ALOGW("WARNING: threadid=%llx obj=%p no match", threadId, threadObj);
} else {
dvmResumeThread(thread);
}
dvmUnlockThreadList();
}
/*
* Suspend ourselves after sending an event to the debugger.
*/
void dvmDbgSuspendSelf()
{
dvmSuspendSelf(true);
}
/*
* Get the "this" object for the specified frame.
*/
static Object* getThisObject(const u4* framePtr)
{
const StackSaveArea* saveArea = SAVEAREA_FROM_FP(framePtr);
const Method* method = saveArea->method;
int argOffset = method->registersSize - method->insSize;
Object* thisObj;
if (method == NULL) {
/* this is a "break" frame? */
assert(false);
return NULL;
}
LOGVV(" Pulling this object for frame at %p", framePtr);
LOGVV(" Method='%s' native=%d static=%d this=%p",
method->name, dvmIsNativeMethod(method),
dvmIsStaticMethod(method), (Object*) framePtr[argOffset]);
/*
* No "this" pointer for statics. No args on the interp stack for
* native methods invoked directly from the VM.
*/
if (dvmIsNativeMethod(method) || dvmIsStaticMethod(method))
thisObj = NULL;
else
thisObj = (Object*) framePtr[argOffset];
if (thisObj != NULL && !dvmIsHeapAddress(thisObj)) {
ALOGW("Debugger: invalid 'this' pointer %p in %s.%s; returning NULL",
framePtr, method->clazz->descriptor, method->name);
thisObj = NULL;
}
return thisObj;
}
/*
* Return the "this" object for the specified frame. The thread must be
* suspended.
*/
bool dvmDbgGetThisObject(ObjectId threadId, FrameId frameId, ObjectId* pThisId)
{
const u4* framePtr = frameIdToFrame(frameId);
Object* thisObj;
UNUSED_PARAMETER(threadId);
thisObj = getThisObject(framePtr);
*pThisId = objectToObjectId(thisObj);
return true;
}
/*
* Copy the value of a method argument or local variable into the
* specified buffer. The value will be preceeded with the tag.
*
* The debugger includes the tags in the request. Object tags may
* be updated with a more refined type.
*/
void dvmDbgGetLocalValue(ObjectId threadId, FrameId frameId, int slot,
u1 tag, u1* buf, int expectedLen)
{
const u4* framePtr = frameIdToFrame(frameId);
Object* objVal;
u4 intVal;
u8 longVal;
UNUSED_PARAMETER(threadId);
slot = untweakSlot(slot, framePtr); // Eclipse workaround
switch (tag) {
case JT_BOOLEAN:
assert(expectedLen == 1);
intVal = framePtr[slot];
set1(buf+1, intVal != 0);
break;
case JT_BYTE:
assert(expectedLen == 1);
intVal = framePtr[slot];
set1(buf+1, intVal);
break;
case JT_SHORT:
case JT_CHAR:
assert(expectedLen == 2);
intVal = framePtr[slot];
set2BE(buf+1, intVal);
break;
case JT_INT:
case JT_FLOAT:
assert(expectedLen == 4);
intVal = framePtr[slot];
set4BE(buf+1, intVal);
break;
case JT_ARRAY:
assert(expectedLen == sizeof(ObjectId));
{
/* convert to "ObjectId" */
objVal = (Object*)framePtr[slot];
if (objVal != NULL && !dvmIsHeapAddress(objVal)) {
ALOGW("JDWP: slot %d expected to hold array, %p invalid",
slot, objVal);
dvmAbort(); // DEBUG: make it obvious
objVal = NULL;
tag = JT_OBJECT; // JT_ARRAY not expected for NULL ref
}
dvmSetObjectId(buf+1, objectToObjectId(objVal));
}
break;
case JT_OBJECT:
assert(expectedLen == sizeof(ObjectId));
{
/* convert to "ObjectId" */
objVal = (Object*)framePtr[slot];
if (objVal != NULL && !dvmIsHeapAddress(objVal)) {
ALOGW("JDWP: slot %d expected to hold object, %p invalid",
slot, objVal);
dvmAbort(); // DEBUG: make it obvious
objVal = NULL;
}
tag = tagFromObject(objVal);
dvmSetObjectId(buf+1, objectToObjectId(objVal));
}
break;
case JT_DOUBLE:
case JT_LONG:
assert(expectedLen == 8);
memcpy(&longVal, &framePtr[slot], 8);
set8BE(buf+1, longVal);
break;
default:
ALOGE("ERROR: unhandled tag '%c'", tag);
assert(false);
break;
}
/* prepend tag, which may have been updated */
set1(buf, tag);
}
/*
* Copy a new value into an argument or local variable.
*/
void dvmDbgSetLocalValue(ObjectId threadId, FrameId frameId, int slot, u1 tag,
u8 value, int width)
{
u4* framePtr = frameIdToFrame(frameId);
UNUSED_PARAMETER(threadId);
slot = untweakSlot(slot, framePtr); // Eclipse workaround
switch (tag) {
case JT_BOOLEAN:
assert(width == 1);
framePtr[slot] = (u4)value;
break;
case JT_BYTE:
assert(width == 1);
framePtr[slot] = (u4)value;
break;
case JT_SHORT:
case JT_CHAR:
assert(width == 2);
framePtr[slot] = (u4)value;
break;
case JT_INT:
case JT_FLOAT:
assert(width == 4);
framePtr[slot] = (u4)value;
break;
case JT_STRING:
/* The debugger calls VirtualMachine.CreateString to create a new
* string, then uses this to set the object reference, when you
* edit a String object */
case JT_ARRAY:
case JT_OBJECT:
assert(width == sizeof(ObjectId));
framePtr[slot] = (u4) objectIdToObject(value);
break;
case JT_DOUBLE:
case JT_LONG:
assert(width == 8);
memcpy(&framePtr[slot], &value, 8);
break;
case JT_VOID:
case JT_CLASS_OBJECT:
case JT_THREAD:
case JT_THREAD_GROUP:
case JT_CLASS_LOADER:
/* not expecting these from debugger; fall through to failure */
default:
ALOGE("ERROR: unhandled tag '%c'", tag);
assert(false);
break;
}
}
/*
* ===========================================================================
* Debugger notification
* ===========================================================================
*/
/*
* Tell JDWP that a breakpoint address has been reached.
*
* "pcOffset" will be -1 for native methods.
* "thisPtr" will be NULL for static methods.
*/
void dvmDbgPostLocationEvent(const Method* method, int pcOffset,
Object* thisPtr, int eventFlags)
{
JdwpLocation loc;
if (dvmIsInterfaceClass(method->clazz))
loc.typeTag = TT_INTERFACE;
else
loc.typeTag = TT_CLASS;
loc.classId = classObjectToRefTypeId(method->clazz);
loc.methodId = methodToMethodId(method);
loc.idx = pcOffset;
/*
* Note we use "NoReg" so we don't keep track of references that are
* never actually sent to the debugger. The "thisPtr" is only used to
* compare against registered events.
*/
if (dvmJdwpPostLocationEvent(gDvm.jdwpState, &loc,
objectToObjectIdNoReg(thisPtr), eventFlags))
{
classObjectToRefTypeId(method->clazz);
objectToObjectId(thisPtr);
}
}
/*
* Tell JDWP that an exception has occurred.
*/
void dvmDbgPostException(void* throwFp, int throwRelPc, void* catchFp,
int catchRelPc, Object* exception)
{
JdwpLocation throwLoc, catchLoc;
const Method* throwMeth;
const Method* catchMeth;
throwMeth = SAVEAREA_FROM_FP(throwFp)->method;
if (dvmIsInterfaceClass(throwMeth->clazz))
throwLoc.typeTag = TT_INTERFACE;
else
throwLoc.typeTag = TT_CLASS;
throwLoc.classId = classObjectToRefTypeId(throwMeth->clazz);
throwLoc.methodId = methodToMethodId(throwMeth);
throwLoc.idx = throwRelPc;
if (catchRelPc < 0) {
memset(&catchLoc, 0, sizeof(catchLoc));
} else {
catchMeth = SAVEAREA_FROM_FP(catchFp)->method;
if (dvmIsInterfaceClass(catchMeth->clazz))
catchLoc.typeTag = TT_INTERFACE;
else
catchLoc.typeTag = TT_CLASS;
catchLoc.classId = classObjectToRefTypeId(catchMeth->clazz);
catchLoc.methodId = methodToMethodId(catchMeth);
catchLoc.idx = catchRelPc;
}
/* need this for InstanceOnly filters */
Object* thisObj = getThisObject((u4*)throwFp);
/*
* Hand the event to the JDWP exception handler. Note we're using the
* "NoReg" objectID on the exception, which is not strictly correct --
* the exception object WILL be passed up to the debugger if the
* debugger is interested in the event. We do this because the current
* implementation of the debugger object registry never throws anything
* away, and some people were experiencing a fatal build up of exception
* objects when dealing with certain libraries.
*/
dvmJdwpPostException(gDvm.jdwpState, &throwLoc,
objectToObjectIdNoReg(exception),
classObjectToRefTypeId(exception->clazz), &catchLoc,
objectToObjectId(thisObj));
}
/*
* Tell JDWP and/or DDMS that a thread has started.
*/
void dvmDbgPostThreadStart(Thread* thread)
{
if (gDvm.debuggerActive) {
dvmJdwpPostThreadChange(gDvm.jdwpState,
objectToObjectId(thread->threadObj), true);
}
if (gDvm.ddmThreadNotification)
dvmDdmSendThreadNotification(thread, true);
}
/*
* Tell JDWP and/or DDMS that a thread has gone away.
*/
void dvmDbgPostThreadDeath(Thread* thread)
{
if (gDvm.debuggerActive) {
dvmJdwpPostThreadChange(gDvm.jdwpState,
objectToObjectId(thread->threadObj), false);
}
if (gDvm.ddmThreadNotification)
dvmDdmSendThreadNotification(thread, false);
}
/*
* Tell JDWP that a new class has been prepared.
*/
void dvmDbgPostClassPrepare(ClassObject* clazz)
{
const char* signature;
int tag;
if (dvmIsInterfaceClass(clazz))
tag = TT_INTERFACE;
else
tag = TT_CLASS;
// TODO - we currently always send both "verified" and "prepared" since
// debuggers seem to like that. There might be some advantage to honesty,
// since the class may not yet be verified.
signature = jniSignature(clazz);
dvmJdwpPostClassPrepare(gDvm.jdwpState, tag, classObjectToRefTypeId(clazz),
signature, CS_VERIFIED | CS_PREPARED);
}
/*
* The JDWP event mechanism has registered an event with a LocationOnly
* mod. Tell the interpreter to call us if we hit the specified
* address.
*/
bool dvmDbgWatchLocation(const JdwpLocation* pLoc)
{
Method* method = methodIdToMethod(pLoc->classId, pLoc->methodId);
assert(!dvmIsNativeMethod(method));
dvmAddBreakAddr(method, pLoc->idx);
return true; /* assume success */
}
/*
* An event with a LocationOnly mod has been removed.
*/
void dvmDbgUnwatchLocation(const JdwpLocation* pLoc)
{
Method* method = methodIdToMethod(pLoc->classId, pLoc->methodId);
assert(!dvmIsNativeMethod(method));
dvmClearBreakAddr(method, pLoc->idx);
}
/*
* The JDWP event mechanism has registered a single-step event. Tell
* the interpreter about it.
*/
bool dvmDbgConfigureStep(ObjectId threadId, JdwpStepSize size,
JdwpStepDepth depth)
{
Object* threadObj;
Thread* thread;
bool result = false;
threadObj = objectIdToObject(threadId);
assert(threadObj != NULL);
/*
* Get a pointer to the Thread struct for this ID. The pointer will
* be used strictly for comparisons against the current thread pointer
* after the setup is complete, so we can safely release the lock.
*/
dvmLockThreadList(NULL);
thread = threadObjToThread(threadObj);
if (thread == NULL) {
ALOGE("Thread for single-step not found");
goto bail;
}
if (!dvmIsSuspended(thread)) {
ALOGE("Thread for single-step not suspended");
assert(!"non-susp step"); // I want to know if this can happen
goto bail;
}
assert(dvmIsSuspended(thread));
if (!dvmAddSingleStep(thread, size, depth))
goto bail;
result = true;
bail:
dvmUnlockThreadList();
return result;
}
/*
* A single-step event has been removed.
*/
void dvmDbgUnconfigureStep(ObjectId threadId)
{
UNUSED_PARAMETER(threadId);
/* right now it's global, so don't need to find Thread */
dvmClearSingleStep(NULL);
}
/*
* Invoke a method in a thread that has been stopped on a breakpoint or
* other debugger event. (This function is called from the JDWP thread.)
*
* Note that access control is not enforced, per spec.
*/
JdwpError dvmDbgInvokeMethod(ObjectId threadId, ObjectId objectId,
RefTypeId classId, MethodId methodId, u4 numArgs, ObjectId* argArray,
u4 options, u1* pResultTag, u8* pResultValue, ObjectId* pExceptObj)
{
Object* threadObj = objectIdToObject(threadId);
dvmLockThreadList(NULL);
Thread* targetThread = threadObjToThread(threadObj);
if (targetThread == NULL) {
dvmUnlockThreadList();
return ERR_INVALID_THREAD; /* thread does not exist */
}
if (!targetThread->invokeReq.ready) {
dvmUnlockThreadList();
return ERR_INVALID_THREAD; /* thread not stopped by event */
}
/*
* We currently have a bug where we don't successfully resume the
* target thread if the suspend count is too deep. We're expected to
* require one "resume" for each "suspend", but when asked to execute
* a method we have to resume fully and then re-suspend it back to the
* same level. (The easiest way to cause this is to type "suspend"
* multiple times in jdb.)
*
* It's unclear what this means when the event specifies "resume all"
* and some threads are suspended more deeply than others. This is
* a rare problem, so for now we just prevent it from hanging forever
* by rejecting the method invocation request. Without this, we will
* be stuck waiting on a suspended thread.
*/
if (targetThread->suspendCount > 1) {
ALOGW("threadid=%d: suspend count on threadid=%d is %d, too deep "
"for method exec",
dvmThreadSelf()->threadId, targetThread->threadId,
targetThread->suspendCount);
dvmUnlockThreadList();
return ERR_THREAD_SUSPENDED; /* probably not expected here */
}
/*
* TODO: ought to screen the various IDs, and verify that the argument
* list is valid.
*/
targetThread->invokeReq.obj = objectIdToObject(objectId);
targetThread->invokeReq.thread = threadObj;
targetThread->invokeReq.clazz = refTypeIdToClassObject(classId);
targetThread->invokeReq.method = methodIdToMethod(classId, methodId);
targetThread->invokeReq.numArgs = numArgs;
targetThread->invokeReq.argArray = argArray;
targetThread->invokeReq.options = options;
targetThread->invokeReq.invokeNeeded = true;
/*
* This is a bit risky -- if the thread goes away we're sitting high
* and dry -- but we must release this before the dvmResumeAllThreads
* call, and it's unwise to hold it during dvmWaitForSuspend.
*/
dvmUnlockThreadList();
/*
* We change our (JDWP thread) status, which should be THREAD_RUNNING,
* so the VM can suspend for a GC if the invoke request causes us to
* run out of memory. It's also a good idea to change it before locking
* the invokeReq mutex, although that should never be held for long.
*/
Thread* self = dvmThreadSelf();
ThreadStatus oldStatus = dvmChangeStatus(self, THREAD_VMWAIT);
ALOGV(" Transferring control to event thread");
dvmLockMutex(&targetThread->invokeReq.lock);
if ((options & INVOKE_SINGLE_THREADED) == 0) {
ALOGV(" Resuming all threads");
dvmResumeAllThreads(SUSPEND_FOR_DEBUG_EVENT);
} else {
ALOGV(" Resuming event thread only");
dvmResumeThread(targetThread);
}
/*
* Wait for the request to finish executing.
*/
while (targetThread->invokeReq.invokeNeeded) {
pthread_cond_wait(&targetThread->invokeReq.cv,
&targetThread->invokeReq.lock);
}
dvmUnlockMutex(&targetThread->invokeReq.lock);
ALOGV(" Control has returned from event thread");
/* wait for thread to re-suspend itself */
dvmWaitForSuspend(targetThread);
/*
* Done waiting, switch back to RUNNING.
*/
dvmChangeStatus(self, oldStatus);
/*
* Suspend the threads. We waited for the target thread to suspend
* itself, so all we need to do is suspend the others.
*
* The suspendAllThreads() call will double-suspend the event thread,
* so we want to resume the target thread once to keep the books straight.
*/
if ((options & INVOKE_SINGLE_THREADED) == 0) {
ALOGV(" Suspending all threads");
dvmSuspendAllThreads(SUSPEND_FOR_DEBUG_EVENT);
ALOGV(" Resuming event thread to balance the count");
dvmResumeThread(targetThread);
}
/*
* Set up the result.
*/
*pResultTag = targetThread->invokeReq.resultTag;
if (isTagPrimitive(targetThread->invokeReq.resultTag))
*pResultValue = targetThread->invokeReq.resultValue.j;
else {
Object* tmpObj = (Object*)targetThread->invokeReq.resultValue.l;
*pResultValue = objectToObjectId(tmpObj);
}
*pExceptObj = targetThread->invokeReq.exceptObj;
return targetThread->invokeReq.err;
}
/*
* Return a basic tag value for the return type.
*/
static u1 getReturnTypeBasicTag(const Method* method)
{
const char* descriptor = dexProtoGetReturnType(&method->prototype);
return basicTagFromDescriptor(descriptor);
}
/*
* Execute the method described by "*pReq".
*
* We're currently in VMWAIT, because we're stopped on a breakpoint. We
* want to switch to RUNNING while we execute.
*/
void dvmDbgExecuteMethod(DebugInvokeReq* pReq)
{
Thread* self = dvmThreadSelf();
const Method* meth;
Object* oldExcept;
ThreadStatus oldStatus;
/*
* We can be called while an exception is pending in the VM. We need
* to preserve that across the method invocation.
*/
oldExcept = dvmGetException(self);
if (oldExcept != NULL) {
dvmAddTrackedAlloc(oldExcept, self);
dvmClearException(self);
}
oldStatus = dvmChangeStatus(self, THREAD_RUNNING);
/*
* Translate the method through the vtable, unless we're calling a
* direct method or the debugger wants to suppress it.
*/
if ((pReq->options & INVOKE_NONVIRTUAL) != 0 || pReq->obj == NULL ||
dvmIsDirectMethod(pReq->method))
{
meth = pReq->method;
} else {
meth = dvmGetVirtualizedMethod(pReq->clazz, pReq->method);
}
assert(meth != NULL);
assert(sizeof(jvalue) == sizeof(u8));
IF_ALOGV() {
char* desc = dexProtoCopyMethodDescriptor(&meth->prototype);
ALOGV("JDWP invoking method %p/%p %s.%s:%s",
pReq->method, meth, meth->clazz->descriptor, meth->name, desc);
free(desc);
}
dvmCallMethodA(self, meth, pReq->obj, false, &pReq->resultValue,
(jvalue*)pReq->argArray);
pReq->exceptObj = objectToObjectId(dvmGetException(self));
pReq->resultTag = getReturnTypeBasicTag(meth);
if (pReq->exceptObj != 0) {
Object* exc = dvmGetException(self);
ALOGD(" JDWP invocation returning with exceptObj=%p (%s)",
exc, exc->clazz->descriptor);
//dvmLogExceptionStackTrace();
dvmClearException(self);
/*
* Nothing should try to use this, but it looks like something is.
* Make it null to be safe.
*/
pReq->resultValue.j = 0; /*0xadadadad;*/
} else if (pReq->resultTag == JT_OBJECT) {
/* if no exception thrown, examine object result more closely */
u1 newTag = tagFromObject((Object*)pReq->resultValue.l);
if (newTag != pReq->resultTag) {
LOGVV(" JDWP promoted result from %d to %d",
pReq->resultTag, newTag);
pReq->resultTag = newTag;
}
/*
* Register the object. We don't actually need an ObjectId yet,
* but we do need to be sure that the GC won't move or discard the
* object when we switch out of RUNNING. The ObjectId conversion
* will add the object to the "do not touch" list.
*
* We can't use the "tracked allocation" mechanism here because
* the object is going to be handed off to a different thread.
*/
objectToObjectId((Object*)pReq->resultValue.l);
}
if (oldExcept != NULL) {
dvmSetException(self, oldExcept);
dvmReleaseTrackedAlloc(oldExcept, self);
}
dvmChangeStatus(self, oldStatus);
}
// for dvmAddressSetForLine
struct AddressSetContext {
bool lastAddressValid;
u4 lastAddress;
u4 lineNum;
AddressSet *pSet;
};
// for dvmAddressSetForLine
static int addressSetCb (void *cnxt, u4 address, u4 lineNum)
{
AddressSetContext *pContext = (AddressSetContext *)cnxt;
if (lineNum == pContext->lineNum) {
if (!pContext->lastAddressValid) {
// Everything from this address until the next line change is ours
pContext->lastAddress = address;
pContext->lastAddressValid = true;
}
// else, If we're already in a valid range for this lineNum,
// just keep going (shouldn't really happen)
} else if (pContext->lastAddressValid) { // and the line number is new
u4 i;
// Add everything from the last entry up until here to the set
for (i = pContext->lastAddress; i < address; i++) {
dvmAddressSetSet(pContext->pSet, i);
}
pContext->lastAddressValid = false;
}
// there may be multiple entries for a line
return 0;
}
/*
* Build up a set of bytecode addresses associated with a line number
*/
const AddressSet *dvmAddressSetForLine(const Method* method, int line)
{
AddressSet *result;
const DexFile *pDexFile = method->clazz->pDvmDex->pDexFile;
u4 insnsSize = dvmGetMethodInsnsSize(method);
AddressSetContext context;
result = (AddressSet*)calloc(1, sizeof(AddressSet) + (insnsSize/8) + 1);
result->setSize = insnsSize;
memset(&context, 0, sizeof(context));
context.pSet = result;
context.lineNum = line;
context.lastAddressValid = false;
dexDecodeDebugInfo(pDexFile, dvmGetMethodCode(method),
method->clazz->descriptor,
method->prototype.protoIdx,
method->accessFlags,
addressSetCb, NULL, &context);
// If the line number was the last in the position table...
if (context.lastAddressValid) {
u4 i;
for (i = context.lastAddress; i < insnsSize; i++) {
dvmAddressSetSet(result, i);
}
}
return result;
}
/*
* ===========================================================================
* Dalvik Debug Monitor support
* ===========================================================================
*/
/*
* We have received a DDM packet over JDWP. Hand it off to the VM.
*/
bool dvmDbgDdmHandlePacket(const u1* buf, int dataLen, u1** pReplyBuf,
int* pReplyLen)
{
return dvmDdmHandlePacket(buf, dataLen, pReplyBuf, pReplyLen);
}
/*
* First DDM packet has arrived over JDWP. Notify the press.
*/
void dvmDbgDdmConnected()
{
dvmDdmConnected();
}
/*
* JDWP connection has dropped.
*/
void dvmDbgDdmDisconnected()
{
dvmDdmDisconnected();
}
/*
* Send up a JDWP event packet with a DDM chunk in it.
*/
void dvmDbgDdmSendChunk(int type, size_t len, const u1* buf)
{
assert(buf != NULL);
struct iovec vec[1] = { {(void*)buf, len} };