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// Copyright (c) 2011 The Chromium Authors. All rights reserved.
// Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license that can be
// found in the LICENSE file.
// This is a cross platform interface for helper functions related to
// debuggers. You should use this to test if you're running under a debugger,
// and if you would like to yield (breakpoint) into the debugger.
#include "base/base_export.h"
namespace base {
namespace debug {
// Starts the registered system-wide JIT debugger to attach it to specified
// process.
BASE_EXPORT bool SpawnDebuggerOnProcess(unsigned process_id);
// Waits wait_seconds seconds for a debugger to attach to the current process.
// When silent is false, an exception is thrown when a debugger is detected.
BASE_EXPORT bool WaitForDebugger(int wait_seconds, bool silent);
// Returns true if the given process is being run under a debugger.
// On OS X, the underlying mechanism doesn't work when the sandbox is enabled.
// To get around this, this function caches its value.
// WARNING: Because of this, on OS X, a call MUST be made to this function
// BEFORE the sandbox is enabled.
BASE_EXPORT bool BeingDebugged();
// Break into the debugger, assumes a debugger is present.
BASE_EXPORT void BreakDebugger();
// Used in test code, this controls whether showing dialogs and breaking into
// the debugger is suppressed for debug errors, even in debug mode (normally
// release mode doesn't do this stuff -- this is controlled separately).
// Normally UI is not suppressed. This is normally used when running automated
// tests where we want a crash rather than a dialog or a debugger.
BASE_EXPORT void SetSuppressDebugUI(bool suppress);
BASE_EXPORT bool IsDebugUISuppressed();
} // namespace debug
} // namespace base