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#include "v8.h"
#include "api.h"
#include "arguments.h"
#include "bootstrapper.h"
#include "code-stubs.h"
#include "codegen.h"
#include "compilation-cache.h"
#include "compiler.h"
#include "debug.h"
#include "deoptimizer.h"
#include "execution.h"
#include "full-codegen.h"
#include "global-handles.h"
#include "ic.h"
#include "ic-inl.h"
#include "isolate-inl.h"
#include "list.h"
#include "messages.h"
#include "natives.h"
#include "stub-cache.h"
#include "log.h"
#include "../include/v8-debug.h"
namespace v8 {
namespace internal {
#ifdef ENABLE_DEBUGGER_SUPPORT
Debug::Debug(Isolate* isolate)
: has_break_points_(false),
script_cache_(NULL),
debug_info_list_(NULL),
disable_break_(false),
break_on_exception_(false),
break_on_uncaught_exception_(false),
debug_break_return_(NULL),
debug_break_slot_(NULL),
isolate_(isolate) {
memset(registers_, 0, sizeof(JSCallerSavedBuffer));
}
Debug::~Debug() {
}
static void PrintLn(v8::Local<v8::Value> value) {
v8::Local<v8::String> s = value->ToString();
ScopedVector<char> data(s->Utf8Length() + 1);
if (data.start() == NULL) {
V8::FatalProcessOutOfMemory("PrintLn");
return;
}
s->WriteUtf8(data.start());
PrintF("%s\n", data.start());
}
static Handle<Code> ComputeCallDebugPrepareStepIn(Isolate* isolate,
int argc,
Code::Kind kind) {
return isolate->stub_cache()->ComputeCallDebugPrepareStepIn(argc, kind);
}
static v8::Handle<v8::Context> GetDebugEventContext(Isolate* isolate) {
Handle<Context> context = isolate->debug()->debugger_entry()->GetContext();
// Isolate::context() may have been NULL when "script collected" event
// occured.
if (context.is_null()) return v8::Local<v8::Context>();
Handle<Context> native_context(context->native_context());
return v8::Utils::ToLocal(native_context);
}
BreakLocationIterator::BreakLocationIterator(Handle<DebugInfo> debug_info,
BreakLocatorType type) {
debug_info_ = debug_info;
type_ = type;
reloc_iterator_ = NULL;
reloc_iterator_original_ = NULL;
Reset(); // Initialize the rest of the member variables.
}
BreakLocationIterator::~BreakLocationIterator() {
ASSERT(reloc_iterator_ != NULL);
ASSERT(reloc_iterator_original_ != NULL);
delete reloc_iterator_;
delete reloc_iterator_original_;
}
void BreakLocationIterator::Next() {
DisallowHeapAllocation no_gc;
ASSERT(!RinfoDone());
// Iterate through reloc info for code and original code stopping at each
// breakable code target.
bool first = break_point_ == -1;
while (!RinfoDone()) {
if (!first) RinfoNext();
first = false;
if (RinfoDone()) return;
// Whenever a statement position or (plain) position is passed update the
// current value of these.
if (RelocInfo::IsPosition(rmode())) {
if (RelocInfo::IsStatementPosition(rmode())) {
statement_position_ = static_cast<int>(
rinfo()->data() - debug_info_->shared()->start_position());
}
// Always update the position as we don't want that to be before the
// statement position.
position_ = static_cast<int>(
rinfo()->data() - debug_info_->shared()->start_position());
ASSERT(position_ >= 0);
ASSERT(statement_position_ >= 0);
}
if (IsDebugBreakSlot()) {
// There is always a possible break point at a debug break slot.
break_point_++;
return;
} else if (RelocInfo::IsCodeTarget(rmode())) {
// Check for breakable code target. Look in the original code as setting
// break points can cause the code targets in the running (debugged) code
// to be of a different kind than in the original code.
Address target = original_rinfo()->target_address();
Code* code = Code::GetCodeFromTargetAddress(target);
if ((code->is_inline_cache_stub() &&
!code->is_binary_op_stub() &&
!code->is_compare_ic_stub() &&
!code->is_to_boolean_ic_stub()) ||
RelocInfo::IsConstructCall(rmode())) {
break_point_++;
return;
}
if (code->kind() == Code::STUB) {
if (IsDebuggerStatement()) {
break_point_++;
return;
}
if (type_ == ALL_BREAK_LOCATIONS) {
if (Debug::IsBreakStub(code)) {
break_point_++;
return;
}
} else {
ASSERT(type_ == SOURCE_BREAK_LOCATIONS);
if (Debug::IsSourceBreakStub(code)) {
break_point_++;
return;
}
}
}
}
// Check for break at return.
if (RelocInfo::IsJSReturn(rmode())) {
// Set the positions to the end of the function.
if (debug_info_->shared()->HasSourceCode()) {
position_ = debug_info_->shared()->end_position() -
debug_info_->shared()->start_position() - 1;
} else {
position_ = 0;
}
statement_position_ = position_;
break_point_++;
return;
}
}
}
void BreakLocationIterator::Next(int count) {
while (count > 0) {
Next();
count--;
}
}
// Find the break point at the supplied address, or the closest one before
// the address.
void BreakLocationIterator::FindBreakLocationFromAddress(Address pc) {
// Run through all break points to locate the one closest to the address.
int closest_break_point = 0;
int distance = kMaxInt;
while (!Done()) {
// Check if this break point is closer that what was previously found.
if (this->pc() <= pc && pc - this->pc() < distance) {
closest_break_point = break_point();
distance = static_cast<int>(pc - this->pc());
// Check whether we can't get any closer.
if (distance == 0) break;
}
Next();
}
// Move to the break point found.
Reset();
Next(closest_break_point);
}
// Find the break point closest to the supplied source position.
void BreakLocationIterator::FindBreakLocationFromPosition(int position,
BreakPositionAlignment alignment) {
// Run through all break points to locate the one closest to the source
// position.
int closest_break_point = 0;
int distance = kMaxInt;
while (!Done()) {
int next_position;
switch (alignment) {
case STATEMENT_ALIGNED:
next_position = this->statement_position();
break;
case BREAK_POSITION_ALIGNED:
next_position = this->position();
break;
default:
UNREACHABLE();
next_position = this->statement_position();
}
// Check if this break point is closer that what was previously found.
if (position <= next_position && next_position - position < distance) {
closest_break_point = break_point();
distance = next_position - position;
// Check whether we can't get any closer.
if (distance == 0) break;
}
Next();
}
// Move to the break point found.
Reset();
Next(closest_break_point);
}
void BreakLocationIterator::Reset() {
// Create relocation iterators for the two code objects.
if (reloc_iterator_ != NULL) delete reloc_iterator_;
if (reloc_iterator_original_ != NULL) delete reloc_iterator_original_;
reloc_iterator_ = new RelocIterator(
debug_info_->code(),
~RelocInfo::ModeMask(RelocInfo::CODE_AGE_SEQUENCE));
reloc_iterator_original_ = new RelocIterator(
debug_info_->original_code(),
~RelocInfo::ModeMask(RelocInfo::CODE_AGE_SEQUENCE));
// Position at the first break point.
break_point_ = -1;
position_ = 1;
statement_position_ = 1;
Next();
}
bool BreakLocationIterator::Done() const {
return RinfoDone();
}
void BreakLocationIterator::SetBreakPoint(Handle<Object> break_point_object) {
// If there is not already a real break point here patch code with debug
// break.
if (!HasBreakPoint()) {
SetDebugBreak();
}
ASSERT(IsDebugBreak() || IsDebuggerStatement());
// Set the break point information.
DebugInfo::SetBreakPoint(debug_info_, code_position(),
position(), statement_position(),
break_point_object);
}
void BreakLocationIterator::ClearBreakPoint(Handle<Object> break_point_object) {
// Clear the break point information.
DebugInfo::ClearBreakPoint(debug_info_, code_position(), break_point_object);
// If there are no more break points here remove the debug break.
if (!HasBreakPoint()) {
ClearDebugBreak();
ASSERT(!IsDebugBreak());
}
}
void BreakLocationIterator::SetOneShot() {
// Debugger statement always calls debugger. No need to modify it.
if (IsDebuggerStatement()) {
return;
}
// If there is a real break point here no more to do.
if (HasBreakPoint()) {
ASSERT(IsDebugBreak());
return;
}
// Patch code with debug break.
SetDebugBreak();
}
void BreakLocationIterator::ClearOneShot() {
// Debugger statement always calls debugger. No need to modify it.
if (IsDebuggerStatement()) {
return;
}
// If there is a real break point here no more to do.
if (HasBreakPoint()) {
ASSERT(IsDebugBreak());
return;
}
// Patch code removing debug break.
ClearDebugBreak();
ASSERT(!IsDebugBreak());
}
void BreakLocationIterator::SetDebugBreak() {
// Debugger statement always calls debugger. No need to modify it.
if (IsDebuggerStatement()) {
return;
}
// If there is already a break point here just return. This might happen if
// the same code is flooded with break points twice. Flooding the same
// function twice might happen when stepping in a function with an exception
// handler as the handler and the function is the same.
if (IsDebugBreak()) {
return;
}
if (RelocInfo::IsJSReturn(rmode())) {
// Patch the frame exit code with a break point.
SetDebugBreakAtReturn();
} else if (IsDebugBreakSlot()) {
// Patch the code in the break slot.
SetDebugBreakAtSlot();
} else {
// Patch the IC call.
SetDebugBreakAtIC();
}
ASSERT(IsDebugBreak());
}
void BreakLocationIterator::ClearDebugBreak() {
// Debugger statement always calls debugger. No need to modify it.
if (IsDebuggerStatement()) {
return;
}
if (RelocInfo::IsJSReturn(rmode())) {
// Restore the frame exit code.
ClearDebugBreakAtReturn();
} else if (IsDebugBreakSlot()) {
// Restore the code in the break slot.
ClearDebugBreakAtSlot();
} else {
// Patch the IC call.
ClearDebugBreakAtIC();
}
ASSERT(!IsDebugBreak());
}
bool BreakLocationIterator::IsStepInLocation(Isolate* isolate) {
if (RelocInfo::IsConstructCall(original_rmode())) {
return true;
} else if (RelocInfo::IsCodeTarget(rmode())) {
HandleScope scope(debug_info_->GetIsolate());
Address target = original_rinfo()->target_address();
Handle<Code> target_code(Code::GetCodeFromTargetAddress(target));
if (target_code->kind() == Code::STUB) {
return target_code->major_key() == CodeStub::CallFunction;
}
return target_code->is_call_stub() || target_code->is_keyed_call_stub();
} else {
return false;
}
}
void BreakLocationIterator::PrepareStepIn(Isolate* isolate) {
HandleScope scope(isolate);
// Step in can only be prepared if currently positioned on an IC call,
// construct call or CallFunction stub call.
Address target = rinfo()->target_address();
Handle<Code> target_code(Code::GetCodeFromTargetAddress(target));
if (target_code->is_call_stub() || target_code->is_keyed_call_stub()) {
// Step in through IC call is handled by the runtime system. Therefore make
// sure that the any current IC is cleared and the runtime system is
// called. If the executing code has a debug break at the location change
// the call in the original code as it is the code there that will be
// executed in place of the debug break call.
Handle<Code> stub = ComputeCallDebugPrepareStepIn(
isolate, target_code->arguments_count(), target_code->kind());
if (IsDebugBreak()) {
original_rinfo()->set_target_address(stub->entry());
} else {
rinfo()->set_target_address(stub->entry());
}
} else {
#ifdef DEBUG
// All the following stuff is needed only for assertion checks so the code
// is wrapped in ifdef.
Handle<Code> maybe_call_function_stub = target_code;
if (IsDebugBreak()) {
Address original_target = original_rinfo()->target_address();
maybe_call_function_stub =
Handle<Code>(Code::GetCodeFromTargetAddress(original_target));
}
bool is_call_function_stub =
(maybe_call_function_stub->kind() == Code::STUB &&
maybe_call_function_stub->major_key() == CodeStub::CallFunction);
// Step in through construct call requires no changes to the running code.
// Step in through getters/setters should already be prepared as well
// because caller of this function (Debug::PrepareStep) is expected to
// flood the top frame's function with one shot breakpoints.
// Step in through CallFunction stub should also be prepared by caller of
// this function (Debug::PrepareStep) which should flood target function
// with breakpoints.
ASSERT(RelocInfo::IsConstructCall(rmode()) ||
target_code->is_inline_cache_stub() ||
is_call_function_stub);
#endif
}
}
// Check whether the break point is at a position which will exit the function.
bool BreakLocationIterator::IsExit() const {
return (RelocInfo::IsJSReturn(rmode()));
}
bool BreakLocationIterator::HasBreakPoint() {
return debug_info_->HasBreakPoint(code_position());
}
// Check whether there is a debug break at the current position.
bool BreakLocationIterator::IsDebugBreak() {
if (RelocInfo::IsJSReturn(rmode())) {
return IsDebugBreakAtReturn();
} else if (IsDebugBreakSlot()) {
return IsDebugBreakAtSlot();
} else {
return Debug::IsDebugBreak(rinfo()->target_address());
}
}
void BreakLocationIterator::SetDebugBreakAtIC() {
// Patch the original code with the current address as the current address
// might have changed by the inline caching since the code was copied.
original_rinfo()->set_target_address(rinfo()->target_address());
RelocInfo::Mode mode = rmode();
if (RelocInfo::IsCodeTarget(mode)) {
Address target = rinfo()->target_address();
Handle<Code> target_code(Code::GetCodeFromTargetAddress(target));
// Patch the code to invoke the builtin debug break function matching the
// calling convention used by the call site.
Handle<Code> dbgbrk_code(Debug::FindDebugBreak(target_code, mode));
rinfo()->set_target_address(dbgbrk_code->entry());
}
}
void BreakLocationIterator::ClearDebugBreakAtIC() {
// Patch the code to the original invoke.
rinfo()->set_target_address(original_rinfo()->target_address());
}
bool BreakLocationIterator::IsDebuggerStatement() {
return RelocInfo::DEBUG_BREAK == rmode();
}
bool BreakLocationIterator::IsDebugBreakSlot() {
return RelocInfo::DEBUG_BREAK_SLOT == rmode();
}
Object* BreakLocationIterator::BreakPointObjects() {
return debug_info_->GetBreakPointObjects(code_position());
}
// Clear out all the debug break code. This is ONLY supposed to be used when
// shutting down the debugger as it will leave the break point information in
// DebugInfo even though the code is patched back to the non break point state.
void BreakLocationIterator::ClearAllDebugBreak() {
while (!Done()) {
ClearDebugBreak();
Next();
}
}
bool BreakLocationIterator::RinfoDone() const {
ASSERT(reloc_iterator_->done() == reloc_iterator_original_->done());
return reloc_iterator_->done();
}
void BreakLocationIterator::RinfoNext() {
reloc_iterator_->next();
reloc_iterator_original_->next();
#ifdef DEBUG
ASSERT(reloc_iterator_->done() == reloc_iterator_original_->done());
if (!reloc_iterator_->done()) {
ASSERT(rmode() == original_rmode());
}
#endif
}
// Threading support.
void Debug::ThreadInit() {
thread_local_.break_count_ = 0;
thread_local_.break_id_ = 0;
thread_local_.break_frame_id_ = StackFrame::NO_ID;
thread_local_.last_step_action_ = StepNone;
thread_local_.last_statement_position_ = RelocInfo::kNoPosition;
thread_local_.step_count_ = 0;
thread_local_.last_fp_ = 0;
thread_local_.queued_step_count_ = 0;
thread_local_.step_into_fp_ = 0;
thread_local_.step_out_fp_ = 0;
thread_local_.after_break_target_ = 0;
// TODO(isolates): frames_are_dropped_?
thread_local_.debugger_entry_ = NULL;
thread_local_.pending_interrupts_ = 0;
thread_local_.restarter_frame_function_pointer_ = NULL;
}
char* Debug::ArchiveDebug(char* storage) {
char* to = storage;
OS::MemCopy(to, reinterpret_cast<char*>(&thread_local_), sizeof(ThreadLocal));
to += sizeof(ThreadLocal);
OS::MemCopy(to, reinterpret_cast<char*>(&registers_), sizeof(registers_));
ThreadInit();
ASSERT(to <= storage + ArchiveSpacePerThread());
return storage + ArchiveSpacePerThread();
}
char* Debug::RestoreDebug(char* storage) {
char* from = storage;
OS::MemCopy(
reinterpret_cast<char*>(&thread_local_), from, sizeof(ThreadLocal));
from += sizeof(ThreadLocal);
OS::MemCopy(reinterpret_cast<char*>(&registers_), from, sizeof(registers_));
ASSERT(from <= storage + ArchiveSpacePerThread());
return storage + ArchiveSpacePerThread();
}
int Debug::ArchiveSpacePerThread() {
return sizeof(ThreadLocal) + sizeof(JSCallerSavedBuffer);
}
// Frame structure (conforms InternalFrame structure):
// -- code
// -- SMI maker
// -- function (slot is called "context")
// -- frame base
Object** Debug::SetUpFrameDropperFrame(StackFrame* bottom_js_frame,
Handle<Code> code) {
ASSERT(bottom_js_frame->is_java_script());
Address fp = bottom_js_frame->fp();
// Move function pointer into "context" slot.
Memory::Object_at(fp + StandardFrameConstants::kContextOffset) =
Memory::Object_at(fp + JavaScriptFrameConstants::kFunctionOffset);
Memory::Object_at(fp + InternalFrameConstants::kCodeOffset) = *code;
Memory::Object_at(fp + StandardFrameConstants::kMarkerOffset) =
Smi::FromInt(StackFrame::INTERNAL);
return reinterpret_cast<Object**>(&Memory::Object_at(
fp + StandardFrameConstants::kContextOffset));
}
const int Debug::kFrameDropperFrameSize = 4;
void ScriptCache::Add(Handle<Script> script) {
GlobalHandles* global_handles = isolate_->global_handles();
// Create an entry in the hash map for the script.
int id = script->id()->value();
HashMap::Entry* entry =
HashMap::Lookup(reinterpret_cast<void*>(id), Hash(id), true);
if (entry->value != NULL) {
ASSERT(*script == *reinterpret_cast<Script**>(entry->value));
return;
}
// Globalize the script object, make it weak and use the location of the
// global handle as the value in the hash map.
Handle<Script> script_ =
Handle<Script>::cast(
(global_handles->Create(*script)));
global_handles->MakeWeak(reinterpret_cast<Object**>(script_.location()),
this,
ScriptCache::HandleWeakScript);
entry->value = script_.location();
}
Handle<FixedArray> ScriptCache::GetScripts() {
Factory* factory = isolate_->factory();
Handle<FixedArray> instances = factory->NewFixedArray(occupancy());
int count = 0;
for (HashMap::Entry* entry = Start(); entry != NULL; entry = Next(entry)) {
ASSERT(entry->value != NULL);
if (entry->value != NULL) {
instances->set(count, *reinterpret_cast<Script**>(entry->value));
count++;
}
}
return instances;
}
void ScriptCache::ProcessCollectedScripts() {
Debugger* debugger = isolate_->debugger();
for (int i = 0; i < collected_scripts_.length(); i++) {
debugger->OnScriptCollected(collected_scripts_[i]);
}
collected_scripts_.Clear();
}
void ScriptCache::Clear() {
GlobalHandles* global_handles = isolate_->global_handles();
// Iterate the script cache to get rid of all the weak handles.
for (HashMap::Entry* entry = Start(); entry != NULL; entry = Next(entry)) {
ASSERT(entry != NULL);
Object** location = reinterpret_cast<Object**>(entry->value);
ASSERT((*location)->IsScript());
global_handles->ClearWeakness(location);
global_handles->Destroy(location);
}
// Clear the content of the hash map.
HashMap::Clear();
}
void ScriptCache::HandleWeakScript(v8::Isolate* isolate,
v8::Persistent<v8::Value>* obj,
void* data) {
ScriptCache* script_cache = reinterpret_cast<ScriptCache*>(data);
// Find the location of the global handle.
Script** location =
reinterpret_cast<Script**>(Utils::OpenPersistent(*obj).location());
ASSERT((*location)->IsScript());
// Remove the entry from the cache.
int id = (*location)->id()->value();
script_cache->Remove(reinterpret_cast<void*>(id), Hash(id));
script_cache->collected_scripts_.Add(id);
// Clear the weak handle.
obj->Reset();
}
void Debug::SetUp(bool create_heap_objects) {
ThreadInit();
if (create_heap_objects) {
// Get code to handle debug break on return.
debug_break_return_ =
isolate_->builtins()->builtin(Builtins::kReturn_DebugBreak);
ASSERT(debug_break_return_->IsCode());
// Get code to handle debug break in debug break slots.
debug_break_slot_ =
isolate_->builtins()->builtin(Builtins::kSlot_DebugBreak);
ASSERT(debug_break_slot_->IsCode());
}
}
void Debug::HandleWeakDebugInfo(v8::Isolate* isolate,
v8::Persistent<v8::Value>* obj,
void* data) {
Debug* debug = reinterpret_cast<Isolate*>(isolate)->debug();
DebugInfoListNode* node = reinterpret_cast<DebugInfoListNode*>(data);
// We need to clear all breakpoints associated with the function to restore
// original code and avoid patching the code twice later because
// the function will live in the heap until next gc, and can be found by
// Debug::FindSharedFunctionInfoInScript.
BreakLocationIterator it(node->debug_info(), ALL_BREAK_LOCATIONS);
it.ClearAllDebugBreak();
debug->RemoveDebugInfo(node->debug_info());
#ifdef DEBUG
node = debug->debug_info_list_;
while (node != NULL) {
ASSERT(node != reinterpret_cast<DebugInfoListNode*>(data));
node = node->next();
}
#endif
}
DebugInfoListNode::DebugInfoListNode(DebugInfo* debug_info): next_(NULL) {
GlobalHandles* global_handles = debug_info->GetIsolate()->global_handles();
// Globalize the request debug info object and make it weak.
debug_info_ = Handle<DebugInfo>::cast(
(global_handles->Create(debug_info)));
global_handles->MakeWeak(reinterpret_cast<Object**>(debug_info_.location()),
this,
Debug::HandleWeakDebugInfo);
}
DebugInfoListNode::~DebugInfoListNode() {
debug_info_->GetIsolate()->global_handles()->Destroy(
reinterpret_cast<Object**>(debug_info_.location()));
}
bool Debug::CompileDebuggerScript(Isolate* isolate, int index) {
Factory* factory = isolate->factory();
HandleScope scope(isolate);
// Bail out if the index is invalid.
if (index == -1) {
return false;
}
// Find source and name for the requested script.
Handle<String> source_code =
isolate->bootstrapper()->NativesSourceLookup(index);
Vector<const char> name = Natives::GetScriptName(index);
Handle<String> script_name = factory->NewStringFromAscii(name);
Handle<Context> context = isolate->native_context();
// Compile the script.
Handle<SharedFunctionInfo> function_info;
function_info = Compiler::Compile(source_code,
script_name,
0, 0,
false,
context,
NULL, NULL,
Handle<String>::null(),
NATIVES_CODE);
// Silently ignore stack overflows during compilation.
if (function_info.is_null()) {
ASSERT(isolate->has_pending_exception());
isolate->clear_pending_exception();
return false;
}
// Execute the shared function in the debugger context.
bool caught_exception;
Handle<JSFunction> function =
factory->NewFunctionFromSharedFunctionInfo(function_info, context);
Handle<Object> exception =
Execution::TryCall(function,
Handle<Object>(context->global_object(), isolate),
0,
NULL,
&caught_exception);
// Check for caught exceptions.
if (caught_exception) {
ASSERT(!isolate->has_pending_exception());
MessageLocation computed_location;
isolate->ComputeLocation(&computed_location);
Handle<Object> message = MessageHandler::MakeMessageObject(
isolate, "error_loading_debugger", &computed_location,
Vector<Handle<Object> >::empty(), Handle<String>(), Handle<JSArray>());
ASSERT(!isolate->has_pending_exception());
if (!exception.is_null()) {
isolate->set_pending_exception(*exception);
MessageHandler::ReportMessage(isolate, NULL, message);
isolate->clear_pending_exception();
}
return false;
}
// Mark this script as native and return successfully.
Handle<Script> script(Script::cast(function->shared()->script()));
script->set_type(Smi::FromInt(Script::TYPE_NATIVE));
return true;
}
bool Debug::Load() {
// Return if debugger is already loaded.
if (IsLoaded()) return true;
Debugger* debugger = isolate_->debugger();
// Bail out if we're already in the process of compiling the native
// JavaScript source code for the debugger.
if (debugger->compiling_natives() ||
debugger->is_loading_debugger())
return false;
debugger->set_loading_debugger(true);
// Disable breakpoints and interrupts while compiling and running the
// debugger scripts including the context creation code.
DisableBreak disable(isolate_, true);
PostponeInterruptsScope postpone(isolate_);
// Create the debugger context.
HandleScope scope(isolate_);
Handle<Context> context =
isolate_->bootstrapper()->CreateEnvironment(
Handle<Object>::null(),
v8::Handle<ObjectTemplate>(),
NULL);
// Fail if no context could be created.
if (context.is_null()) return false;
// Use the debugger context.
SaveContext save(isolate_);
isolate_->set_context(*context);
// Expose the builtins object in the debugger context.
Handle<String> key = isolate_->factory()->InternalizeOneByteString(
STATIC_ASCII_VECTOR("builtins"));
Handle<GlobalObject> global = Handle<GlobalObject>(context->global_object());
RETURN_IF_EMPTY_HANDLE_VALUE(
isolate_,
JSReceiver::SetProperty(global,
key,
Handle<Object>(global->builtins(), isolate_),
NONE,
kNonStrictMode),
false);
// Compile the JavaScript for the debugger in the debugger context.
debugger->set_compiling_natives(true);
bool caught_exception =
!CompileDebuggerScript(isolate_, Natives::GetIndex("mirror")) ||
!CompileDebuggerScript(isolate_, Natives::GetIndex("debug"));
if (FLAG_enable_liveedit) {
caught_exception = caught_exception ||
!CompileDebuggerScript(isolate_, Natives::GetIndex("liveedit"));
}
debugger->set_compiling_natives(false);
// Make sure we mark the debugger as not loading before we might
// return.
debugger->set_loading_debugger(false);
// Check for caught exceptions.
if (caught_exception) return false;
// Debugger loaded, create debugger context global handle.
debug_context_ = Handle<Context>::cast(
isolate_->global_handles()->Create(*context));
return true;
}
void Debug::Unload() {
// Return debugger is not loaded.
if (!IsLoaded()) {
return;
}
// Clear the script cache.
DestroyScriptCache();
// Clear debugger context global handle.
isolate_->global_handles()->Destroy(
reinterpret_cast<Object**>(debug_context_.location()));
debug_context_ = Handle<Context>();
}
// Set the flag indicating that preemption happened during debugging.
void Debug::PreemptionWhileInDebugger() {
ASSERT(InDebugger());
Debug::set_interrupts_pending(PREEMPT);
}
void Debug::Iterate(ObjectVisitor* v) {
v->VisitPointer(BitCast<Object**>(&(debug_break_return_)));
v->VisitPointer(BitCast<Object**>(&(debug_break_slot_)));
}
Object* Debug::Break(Arguments args) {
Heap* heap = isolate_->heap();
HandleScope scope(isolate_);
ASSERT(args.length() == 0);
thread_local_.frame_drop_mode_ = FRAMES_UNTOUCHED;
// Get the top-most JavaScript frame.
JavaScriptFrameIterator it(isolate_);
JavaScriptFrame* frame = it.frame();
// Just continue if breaks are disabled or debugger cannot be loaded.
if (disable_break() || !Load()) {
SetAfterBreakTarget(frame);
return heap->undefined_value();
}
// Enter the debugger.
EnterDebugger debugger(isolate_);
if (debugger.FailedToEnter()) {
return heap->undefined_value();
}
// Postpone interrupt during breakpoint processing.
PostponeInterruptsScope postpone(isolate_);
// Get the debug info (create it if it does not exist).
Handle<SharedFunctionInfo> shared =
Handle<SharedFunctionInfo>(frame->function()->shared());
Handle<DebugInfo> debug_info = GetDebugInfo(shared);
// Find the break point where execution has stopped.
BreakLocationIterator break_location_iterator(debug_info,
ALL_BREAK_LOCATIONS);
// pc points to the instruction after the current one, possibly a break
// location as well. So the "- 1" to exclude it from the search.
break_location_iterator.FindBreakLocationFromAddress(frame->pc() - 1);
// Check whether step next reached a new statement.
if (!StepNextContinue(&break_location_iterator, frame)) {
// Decrease steps left if performing multiple steps.
if (thread_local_.step_count_ > 0) {
thread_local_.step_count_--;
}
}
// If there is one or more real break points check whether any of these are
// triggered.
Handle<Object> break_points_hit(heap->undefined_value(), isolate_);
if (break_location_iterator.HasBreakPoint()) {
Handle<Object> break_point_objects =
Handle<Object>(break_location_iterator.BreakPointObjects(), isolate_);
break_points_hit = CheckBreakPoints(break_point_objects);
}
// If step out is active skip everything until the frame where we need to step
// out to is reached, unless real breakpoint is hit.
if (StepOutActive() && frame->fp() != step_out_fp() &&
break_points_hit->IsUndefined() ) {
// Step count should always be 0 for StepOut.
ASSERT(thread_local_.step_count_ == 0);
} else if (!break_points_hit->IsUndefined() ||
(thread_local_.last_step_action_ != StepNone &&
thread_local_.step_count_ == 0)) {
// Notify debugger if a real break point is triggered or if performing
// single stepping with no more steps to perform. Otherwise do another step.
// Clear all current stepping setup.
ClearStepping();
if (thread_local_.queued_step_count_ > 0) {
// Perform queued steps
int step_count = thread_local_.queued_step_count_;
// Clear queue
thread_local_.queued_step_count_ = 0;
PrepareStep(StepNext, step_count, StackFrame::NO_ID);
} else {
// Notify the debug event listeners.
isolate_->debugger()->OnDebugBreak(break_points_hit, false);
}
} else if (thread_local_.last_step_action_ != StepNone) {
// Hold on to last step action as it is cleared by the call to
// ClearStepping.
StepAction step_action = thread_local_.last_step_action_;
int step_count = thread_local_.step_count_;
// If StepNext goes deeper in code, StepOut until original frame
// and keep step count queued up in the meantime.
if (step_action == StepNext && frame->fp() < thread_local_.last_fp_) {
// Count frames until target frame
int count = 0;
JavaScriptFrameIterator it(isolate_);
while (!it.done() && it.frame()->fp() < thread_local_.last_fp_) {
count++;
it.Advance();
}
// Check that we indeed found the frame we are looking for.
CHECK(!it.done() && (it.frame()->fp() == thread_local_.last_fp_));
if (step_count > 1) {
// Save old count and action to continue stepping after StepOut.
thread_local_.queued_step_count_ = step_count - 1;
}
// Set up for StepOut to reach target frame.
step_action = StepOut;
step_count = count;
}
// Clear all current stepping setup.
ClearStepping();
// Set up for the remaining steps.
PrepareStep(step_action, step_count, StackFrame::NO_ID);
}
if (thread_local_.frame_drop_mode_ == FRAMES_UNTOUCHED) {
SetAfterBreakTarget(frame);
} else if (thread_local_.frame_drop_mode_ ==
FRAME_DROPPED_IN_IC_CALL) {
// We must have been calling IC stub. Do not go there anymore.
Code* plain_return = isolate_->builtins()->builtin(
Builtins::kPlainReturn_LiveEdit);
thread_local_.after_break_target_ = plain_return->entry();
} else if (thread_local_.frame_drop_mode_ ==
FRAME_DROPPED_IN_DEBUG_SLOT_CALL) {
// Debug break slot stub does not return normally, instead it manually
// cleans the stack and jumps. We should patch the jump address.
Code* plain_return = isolate_->builtins()->builtin(
Builtins::kFrameDropper_LiveEdit);
thread_local_.after_break_target_ = plain_return->entry();
} else if (thread_local_.frame_drop_mode_ ==
FRAME_DROPPED_IN_DIRECT_CALL) {
// Nothing to do, after_break_target is not used here.
} else if (thread_local_.frame_drop_mode_ ==
FRAME_DROPPED_IN_RETURN_CALL) {
Code* plain_return = isolate_->builtins()->builtin(
Builtins::kFrameDropper_LiveEdit);
thread_local_.after_break_target_ = plain_return->entry();
} else {
UNREACHABLE();
}
return heap->undefined_value();
}
RUNTIME_FUNCTION(Object*, Debug_Break) {
return isolate->debug()->Break(args);
}
// Check the break point objects for whether one or more are actually
// triggered. This function returns a JSArray with the break point objects
// which is triggered.
Handle<Object> Debug::CheckBreakPoints(Handle<Object> break_point_objects) {
Factory* factory = isolate_->factory();
// Count the number of break points hit. If there are multiple break points
// they are in a FixedArray.
Handle<FixedArray> break_points_hit;
int break_points_hit_count = 0;
ASSERT(!break_point_objects->IsUndefined());
if (break_point_objects->IsFixedArray()) {
Handle<FixedArray> array(FixedArray::cast(*break_point_objects));
break_points_hit = factory->NewFixedArray(array->length());
for (int i = 0; i < array->length(); i++) {
Handle<Object> o(array->get(i), isolate_);
if (CheckBreakPoint(o)) {
break_points_hit->set(break_points_hit_count++, *o);
}
}
} else {
break_points_hit = factory->NewFixedArray(1);
if (CheckBreakPoint(break_point_objects)) {
break_points_hit->set(break_points_hit_count++, *break_point_objects);
}
}
// Return undefined if no break points were triggered.
if (break_points_hit_count == 0) {
return factory->undefined_value();
}
// Return break points hit as a JSArray.
Handle<JSArray> result = factory->NewJSArrayWithElements(break_points_hit);
result->set_length(Smi::FromInt(break_points_hit_count));
return result;
}
// Check whether a single break point object is triggered.
bool Debug::CheckBreakPoint(Handle<Object> break_point_object) {
Factory* factory = isolate_->factory();
HandleScope scope(isolate_);
// Ignore check if break point object is not a JSObject.
if (!break_point_object->IsJSObject()) return true;
// Get the function IsBreakPointTriggered (defined in debug-debugger.js).
Handle<String> is_break_point_triggered_string =
factory->InternalizeOneByteString(
STATIC_ASCII_VECTOR("IsBreakPointTriggered"));
Handle<JSFunction> check_break_point =
Handle<JSFunction>(JSFunction::cast(
debug_context()->global_object()->GetPropertyNoExceptionThrown(
*is_break_point_triggered_string)));
// Get the break id as an object.
Handle<Object> break_id = factory->NewNumberFromInt(Debug::break_id());
// Call HandleBreakPointx.
bool caught_exception;
Handle<Object> argv[] = { break_id, break_point_object };
Handle<Object> result = Execution::TryCall(check_break_point,
isolate_->js_builtins_object(),
ARRAY_SIZE(argv),
argv,
&caught_exception);
// If exception or non boolean result handle as not triggered
if (caught_exception || !result->IsBoolean()) {
return false;
}
// Return whether the break point is triggered.
ASSERT(!result.is_null());
return (*result)->IsTrue();
}
// Check whether the function has debug information.
bool Debug::HasDebugInfo(Handle<SharedFunctionInfo> shared) {
return !shared->debug_info()->IsUndefined();
}
// Return the debug info for this function. EnsureDebugInfo must be called
// prior to ensure the debug info has been generated for shared.
Handle<DebugInfo> Debug::GetDebugInfo(Handle<SharedFunctionInfo> shared) {
ASSERT(HasDebugInfo(shared));
return Handle<DebugInfo>(DebugInfo::cast(shared->debug_info()));
}
void Debug::SetBreakPoint(Handle<JSFunction> function,
Handle<Object> break_point_object,
int* source_position) {
HandleScope scope(isolate_);
PrepareForBreakPoints();
// Make sure the function is compiled and has set up the debug info.
Handle<SharedFunctionInfo> shared(function->shared());
if (!EnsureDebugInfo(shared, function)) {
// Return if retrieving debug info failed.
return;
}
Handle<DebugInfo> debug_info = GetDebugInfo(shared);
// Source positions starts with zero.
ASSERT(*source_position >= 0);
// Find the break point and change it.
BreakLocationIterator it(debug_info, SOURCE_BREAK_LOCATIONS);
it.FindBreakLocationFromPosition(*source_position, STATEMENT_ALIGNED);
it.SetBreakPoint(break_point_object);
*source_position = it.position();
// At least one active break point now.
ASSERT(debug_info->GetBreakPointCount() > 0);
}
bool Debug::SetBreakPointForScript(Handle<Script> script,
Handle<Object> break_point_object,
int* source_position,
BreakPositionAlignment alignment) {
HandleScope scope(isolate_);
PrepareForBreakPoints();
// Obtain shared function info for the function.
Object* result = FindSharedFunctionInfoInScript(script, *source_position);
if (result->IsUndefined()) return false;
// Make sure the function has set up the debug info.
Handle<SharedFunctionInfo> shared(SharedFunctionInfo::cast(result));
if (!EnsureDebugInfo(shared, Handle<JSFunction>::null())) {
// Return if retrieving debug info failed.
return false;
}
// Find position within function. The script position might be before the
// source position of the first function.
int position;
if (shared->start_position() > *source_position) {
position = 0;
} else {
position = *source_position - shared->start_position();
}
Handle<DebugInfo> debug_info = GetDebugInfo(shared);
// Source positions starts with zero.
ASSERT(position >= 0);
// Find the break point and change it.
BreakLocationIterator it(debug_info, SOURCE_BREAK_LOCATIONS);
it.FindBreakLocationFromPosition(position, alignment);
it.SetBreakPoint(break_point_object);
*source_position = it.position() + shared->start_position();
// At least one active break point now.
ASSERT(debug_info->GetBreakPointCount() > 0);
return true;
}
void Debug::ClearBreakPoint(Handle<Object> break_point_object) {
HandleScope scope(isolate_);
DebugInfoListNode* node = debug_info_list_;
while (node != NULL) {
Object* result = DebugInfo::FindBreakPointInfo(node->debug_info(),
break_point_object);
if (!result->IsUndefined()) {
// Get information in the break point.
BreakPointInfo* break_point_info = BreakPointInfo::cast(result);
Handle<DebugInfo> debug_info = node->debug_info();
// Find the break point and clear it.
BreakLocationIterator it(debug_info, SOURCE_BREAK_LOCATIONS);
it.FindBreakLocationFromAddress(debug_info->code()->entry() +
break_point_info->code_position()->value());
it.ClearBreakPoint(break_point_object);
// If there are no more break points left remove the debug info for this
// function.
if (debug_info->GetBreakPointCount() == 0) {
RemoveDebugInfo(debug_info);
}
return;
}
node = node->next();
}
}
void Debug::ClearAllBreakPoints() {
DebugInfoListNode* node = debug_info_list_;
while (node != NULL) {
// Remove all debug break code.
BreakLocationIterator it(node->debug_info(), ALL_BREAK_LOCATIONS);
it.ClearAllDebugBreak();
node = node->next();
}
// Remove all debug info.
while (debug_info_list_ != NULL) {
RemoveDebugInfo(debug_info_list_->debug_info());
}
}
void Debug::FloodWithOneShot(Handle<JSFunction> function) {
PrepareForBreakPoints();
// Make sure the function is compiled and has set up the debug info.
Handle<SharedFunctionInfo> shared(function->shared());
if (!EnsureDebugInfo(shared, function)) {
// Return if we failed to retrieve the debug info.
return;
}
// Flood the function with break points.
BreakLocationIterator it(GetDebugInfo(shared), ALL_BREAK_LOCATIONS);
while (!it.Done()) {
it.SetOneShot();
it.Next();
}
}
void Debug::FloodBoundFunctionWithOneShot(Handle<JSFunction> function) {
Handle<FixedArray> new_bindings(function->function_bindings());
Handle<Object> bindee(new_bindings->get(JSFunction::kBoundFunctionIndex),
isolate_);
if (!bindee.is_null() && bindee->IsJSFunction() &&
!JSFunction::cast(*bindee)->IsBuiltin()) {
Handle<JSFunction> bindee_function(JSFunction::cast(*bindee));
Debug::FloodWithOneShot(bindee_function);
}
}
void Debug::FloodHandlerWithOneShot() {
// Iterate through the JavaScript stack looking for handlers.
StackFrame::Id id = break_frame_id();
if (id == StackFrame::NO_ID) {
// If there is no JavaScript stack don't do anything.
return;
}
for (JavaScriptFrameIterator it(isolate_, id); !it.done(); it.Advance()) {
JavaScriptFrame* frame = it.frame();
if (frame->HasHandler()) {
// Flood the function with the catch block with break points
FloodWithOneShot(Handle<JSFunction>(frame->function()));
return;
}
}
}
void Debug::ChangeBreakOnException(ExceptionBreakType type, bool enable) {
if (type == BreakUncaughtException) {
break_on_uncaught_exception_ = enable;
} else {
break_on_exception_ = enable;
}
}
bool Debug::IsBreakOnException(ExceptionBreakType type) {
if (type == BreakUncaughtException) {
return break_on_uncaught_exception_;
} else {
return break_on_exception_;
}
}
void Debug::PrepareStep(StepAction step_action,
int step_count,
StackFrame::Id frame_id) {
HandleScope scope(isolate_);
PrepareForBreakPoints();
ASSERT(Debug::InDebugger());
// Remember this step action and count.
thread_local_.last_step_action_ = step_action;
if (step_action == StepOut) {
// For step out target frame will be found on the stack so there is no need
// to set step counter for it. It's expected to always be 0 for StepOut.
thread_local_.step_count_ = 0;
} else {
thread_local_.step_count_ = step_count;
}
// Get the frame where the execution has stopped and skip the debug frame if
// any. The debug frame will only be present if execution was stopped due to
// hitting a break point. In other situations (e.g. unhandled exception) the
// debug frame is not present.
StackFrame::Id id = break_frame_id();
if (id == StackFrame::NO_ID) {
// If there is no JavaScript stack don't do anything.
return;
}
if (frame_id != StackFrame::NO_ID) {
id = frame_id;
}
JavaScriptFrameIterator frames_it(isolate_, id);
JavaScriptFrame* frame = frames_it.frame();
// First of all ensure there is one-shot break points in the top handler
// if any.
FloodHandlerWithOneShot();
// If the function on the top frame is unresolved perform step out. This will
// be the case when calling unknown functions and having the debugger stopped
// in an unhandled exception.
if (!frame->function()->IsJSFunction()) {
// Step out: Find the calling JavaScript frame and flood it with
// breakpoints.
frames_it.Advance();
// Fill the function to return to with one-shot break points.
JSFunction* function = frames_it.frame()->function();
FloodWithOneShot(Handle<JSFunction>(function));
return;
}
// Get the debug info (create it if it does not exist).
Handle<JSFunction> function(frame->function());
Handle<SharedFunctionInfo> shared(function->shared());
if (!EnsureDebugInfo(shared, function)) {
// Return if ensuring debug info failed.
return;
}
Handle<DebugInfo> debug_info = GetDebugInfo(shared);
// Find the break location where execution has stopped.
BreakLocationIterator it(debug_info, ALL_BREAK_LOCATIONS);
// pc points to the instruction after the current one, possibly a break
// location as well. So the "- 1" to exclude it from the search.
it.FindBreakLocationFromAddress(frame->pc() - 1);
// Compute whether or not the target is a call target.
bool is_load_or_store = false;
bool is_inline_cache_stub = false;
bool is_at_restarted_function = false;
Handle<Code> call_function_stub;
if (thread_local_.restarter_frame_function_pointer_ == NULL) {
if (RelocInfo::IsCodeTarget(it.rinfo()->rmode())) {
bool is_call_target = false;
Address target = it.rinfo()->target_address();
Code* code = Code::GetCodeFromTargetAddress(target);
if (code->is_call_stub() || code->is_keyed_call_stub()) {
is_call_target = true;
}
if (code->is_inline_cache_stub()) {
is_inline_cache_stub = true;
is_load_or_store = !is_call_target;
}
// Check if target code is CallFunction stub.
Code* maybe_call_function_stub = code;
// If there is a breakpoint at this line look at the original code to
// check if it is a CallFunction stub.
if (it.IsDebugBreak()) {
Address original_target = it.original_rinfo()->target_address();
maybe_call_function_stub =
Code::GetCodeFromTargetAddress(original_target);
}
if (maybe_call_function_stub->kind() == Code::STUB &&
maybe_call_function_stub->major_key() == CodeStub::CallFunction) {
// Save reference to the code as we may need it to find out arguments
// count for 'step in' later.
call_function_stub = Handle<Code>(maybe_call_function_stub);
}
}
} else {
is_at_restarted_function = true;
}
// If this is the last break code target step out is the only possibility.
if (it.IsExit() || step_action == StepOut) {
if (step_action == StepOut) {
// Skip step_count frames starting with the current one.
while (step_count-- > 0 && !frames_it.done()) {
frames_it.Advance();
}
} else {
ASSERT(it.IsExit());
frames_it.Advance();
}
// Skip builtin functions on the stack.
while (!frames_it.done() && frames_it.frame()->function()->IsBuiltin()) {
frames_it.Advance();
}
// Step out: If there is a JavaScript caller frame, we need to
// flood it with breakpoints.
if (!frames_it.done()) {
// Fill the function to return to with one-shot break points.
JSFunction* function = frames_it.frame()->function();
FloodWithOneShot(Handle<JSFunction>(function));
// Set target frame pointer.
ActivateStepOut(frames_it.frame());
}
} else if (!(is_inline_cache_stub || RelocInfo::IsConstructCall(it.rmode()) ||
!call_function_stub.is_null() || is_at_restarted_function)
|| step_action == StepNext || step_action == StepMin) {
// Step next or step min.
// Fill the current function with one-shot break points.
FloodWithOneShot(function);
// Remember source position and frame to handle step next.
thread_local_.last_statement_position_ =
debug_info->code()->SourceStatementPosition(frame->pc());
thread_local_.last_fp_ = frame->UnpaddedFP();
} else {
// If there's restarter frame on top of the stack, just get the pointer
// to function which is going to be restarted.
if (is_at_restarted_function) {
Handle<JSFunction> restarted_function(
JSFunction::cast(*thread_local_.restarter_frame_function_pointer_));
FloodWithOneShot(restarted_function);
} else if (!call_function_stub.is_null()) {
// If it's CallFunction stub ensure target function is compiled and flood
// it with one shot breakpoints.
// Find out number of arguments from the stub minor key.
// Reverse lookup required as the minor key cannot be retrieved
// from the code object.
Handle<Object> obj(
isolate_->heap()->code_stubs()->SlowReverseLookup(
*call_function_stub),
isolate_);
ASSERT(!obj.is_null());
ASSERT(!(*obj)->IsUndefined());
ASSERT(obj->IsSmi());
// Get the STUB key and extract major and minor key.
uint32_t key = Smi::cast(*obj)->value();
// Argc in the stub is the number of arguments passed - not the
// expected arguments of the called function.
int call_function_arg_count =
CallFunctionStub::ExtractArgcFromMinorKey(
CodeStub::MinorKeyFromKey(key));
ASSERT(call_function_stub->major_key() ==
CodeStub::MajorKeyFromKey(key));
// Find target function on the expression stack.
// Expression stack looks like this (top to bottom):
// argN
// ...
// arg0
// Receiver
// Function to call
int expressions_count = frame->ComputeExpressionsCount();
ASSERT(expressions_count - 2 - call_function_arg_count >= 0);
Object* fun = frame->GetExpression(
expressions_count - 2 - call_function_arg_count);
if (fun->IsJSFunction()) {
Handle<JSFunction> js_function(JSFunction::cast(fun));
if (js_function->shared()->bound()) {
Debug::FloodBoundFunctionWithOneShot(js_function);
} else if (!js_function->IsBuiltin()) {
// Don't step into builtins.
// It will also compile target function if it's not compiled yet.
FloodWithOneShot(js_function);
}
}
}
// Fill the current function with one-shot break points even for step in on
// a call target as the function called might be a native function for
// which step in will not stop. It also prepares for stepping in
// getters/setters.
FloodWithOneShot(function);
if (is_load_or_store) {
// Remember source position and frame to handle step in getter/setter. If
// there is a custom getter/setter it will be handled in
// Object::Get/SetPropertyWithCallback, otherwise the step action will be
// propagated on the next Debug::Break.
thread_local_.last_statement_position_ =
debug_info->code()->SourceStatementPosition(frame->pc());
thread_local_.last_fp_ = frame->UnpaddedFP();
}
// Step in or Step in min
it.PrepareStepIn(isolate_);
ActivateStepIn(frame);
}
}
// Check whether the current debug break should be reported to the debugger. It
// is used to have step next and step in only report break back to the debugger
// if on a different frame or in a different statement. In some situations
// there will be several break points in the same statement when the code is
// flooded with one-shot break points. This function helps to perform several
// steps before reporting break back to the debugger.
bool Debug::StepNextContinue(BreakLocationIterator* break_location_iterator,
JavaScriptFrame* frame) {
// StepNext and StepOut shouldn't bring us deeper in code, so last frame
// shouldn't be a parent of current frame.
if (thread_local_.last_step_action_ == StepNext ||
thread_local_.last_step_action_ == StepOut) {
if (frame->fp() < thread_local_.last_fp_) return true;
}
// If the step last action was step next or step in make sure that a new
// statement is hit.
if (thread_local_.last_step_action_ == StepNext ||
thread_local_.last_step_action_ == StepIn) {
// Never continue if returning from function.
if (break_location_iterator->IsExit()) return false;
// Continue if we are still on the same frame and in the same statement.
int current_statement_position =
break_location_iterator->code()->SourceStatementPosition(frame->pc());
return thread_local_.last_fp_ == frame->UnpaddedFP() &&
thread_local_.last_statement_position_ == current_statement_position;
}
// No step next action - don't continue.
return false;
}
// Check whether the code object at the specified address is a debug break code
// object.
bool Debug::IsDebugBreak(Address addr) {
Code* code = Code::GetCodeFromTargetAddress(addr);
return code->is_debug_stub() && code->extra_ic_state() == DEBUG_BREAK;
}
// Check whether a code stub with the specified major key is a possible break
// point location when looking for source break locations.
bool Debug::IsSourceBreakStub(Code* code) {
CodeStub::Major major_key = CodeStub::GetMajorKey(code);
return major_key == CodeStub::CallFunction;
}
// Check whether a code stub with the specified major key is a possible break
// location.
bool Debug::IsBreakStub(Code* code) {
CodeStub::Major major_key = CodeStub::GetMajorKey(code);
return major_key == CodeStub::CallFunction;
}
// Find the builtin to use for invoking the debug break
Handle<Code> Debug::FindDebugBreak(Handle<Code> code, RelocInfo::Mode mode) {
Isolate* isolate = code->GetIsolate();
// Find the builtin debug break function matching the calling convention
// used by the call site.
if (code->is_inline_cache_stub()) {
switch (code->kind()) {
case Code::CALL_IC:
case Code::KEYED_CALL_IC:
return isolate->stub_cache()->ComputeCallDebugBreak(
code->arguments_count(), code->kind());
case Code::LOAD_IC:
return isolate->builtins()->LoadIC_DebugBreak();
case Code::STORE_IC:
return isolate->builtins()->StoreIC_DebugBreak();
case Code::KEYED_LOAD_IC:
return isolate->builtins()->KeyedLoadIC_DebugBreak();
case Code::KEYED_STORE_IC:
return isolate->builtins()->KeyedStoreIC_DebugBreak();
case Code::COMPARE_NIL_IC:
return isolate->builtins()->CompareNilIC_DebugBreak();
default:
UNREACHABLE();
}
}
if (RelocInfo::IsConstructCall(mode)) {
if (code->has_function_cache()) {
return isolate->builtins()->CallConstructStub_Recording_DebugBreak();
} else {
return isolate->builtins()->CallConstructStub_DebugBreak();
}
}
if (code->kind() == Code::STUB) {
ASSERT(code->major_key() == CodeStub::CallFunction);
if (code->has_function_cache()) {
return isolate->builtins()->CallFunctionStub_Recording_DebugBreak();
} else {
return isolate->builtins()->CallFunctionStub_DebugBreak();
}
}
UNREACHABLE();
return Handle<Code>::null();
}
// Simple function for returning the source positions for active break points.
Handle<Object> Debug::GetSourceBreakLocations(
Handle<SharedFunctionInfo> shared,
BreakPositionAlignment position_alignment) {
Isolate* isolate = shared->GetIsolate();
Heap* heap = isolate->heap();
if (!HasDebugInfo(shared)) {
return Handle<Object>(heap->undefined_value(), isolate);
}
Handle<DebugInfo> debug_info = GetDebugInfo(shared);
if (debug_info->GetBreakPointCount() == 0) {
return Handle<Object>(heap->undefined_value(), isolate);
}
Handle<FixedArray> locations =
isolate->factory()->NewFixedArray(debug_info->GetBreakPointCount());
int count = 0;
for (int i = 0; i < debug_info->break_points()->length(); i++) {
if (!debug_info->break_points()->get(i)->IsUndefined()) {
BreakPointInfo* break_point_info =
BreakPointInfo::cast(debug_info->break_points()->get(i));
if (break_point_info->GetBreakPointCount() > 0) {
Smi* position;
switch (position_alignment) {
case STATEMENT_ALIGNED:
position = break_point_info->statement_position();
break;
case BREAK_POSITION_ALIGNED:
position = break_point_info->source_position();
break;
default:
UNREACHABLE();
position = break_point_info->statement_position();
}
locations->set(count++, position);
}
}
}
return locations;
}
void Debug::NewBreak(StackFrame::Id break_frame_id) {
thread_local_.break_frame_id_ = break_frame_id;
thread_local_.break_id_ = ++thread_local_.break_count_;
}
void Debug::SetBreak(StackFrame::Id break_frame_id, int break_id) {
thread_local_.break_frame_id_ = break_frame_id;
thread_local_.break_id_ = break_id;
}
// Handle stepping into a function.
void Debug::HandleStepIn(Handle<JSFunction> function,
Handle<Object> holder,
Address fp,
bool is_constructor) {
Isolate* isolate = function->GetIsolate();
// If the frame pointer is not supplied by the caller find it.
if (fp == 0) {
StackFrameIterator it(isolate);
it.Advance();
// For constructor functions skip another frame.
if (is_constructor) {
ASSERT(it.frame()->is_construct());
it.Advance();
}
fp = it.frame()->fp();
}
// Flood the function with one-shot break points if it is called from where
// step into was requested.
if (fp == step_in_fp()) {
if (function->shared()->bound()) {
// Handle Function.prototype.bind
Debug::FloodBoundFunctionWithOneShot(function);
} else if (!function->IsBuiltin()) {
// Don't allow step into functions in the native context.
if (function->shared()->code() ==
isolate->builtins()->builtin(Builtins::kFunctionApply) ||
function->shared()->code() ==
isolate->builtins()->builtin(Builtins::kFunctionCall)) {
// Handle function.apply and function.call separately to flood the
// function to be called and not the code for Builtins::FunctionApply or
// Builtins::FunctionCall. The receiver of call/apply is the target
// function.
if (!holder.is_null() && holder->IsJSFunction()) {
Handle<JSFunction> js_function = Handle<JSFunction>::cast(holder);
if (!js_function->IsBuiltin()) {
Debug::FloodWithOneShot(js_function);
} else if (js_function->shared()->bound()) {
// Handle Function.prototype.bind
Debug::FloodBoundFunctionWithOneShot(js_function);
}
}
} else {
Debug::FloodWithOneShot(function);
}
}
}
}
void Debug::ClearStepping() {
// Clear the various stepping setup.
ClearOneShot();
ClearStepIn();
ClearStepOut();
ClearStepNext();
// Clear multiple step counter.
thread_local_.step_count_ = 0;
}
// Clears all the one-shot break points that are currently set. Normally this
// function is called each time a break point is hit as one shot break points
// are used to support stepping.
void Debug::ClearOneShot() {
// The current implementation just runs through all the breakpoints. When the
// last break point for a function is removed that function is automatically
// removed from the list.
DebugInfoListNode* node = debug_info_list_;
while (node != NULL) {
BreakLocationIterator it(node->debug_info(), ALL_BREAK_LOCATIONS);
while (!it.Done()) {
it.ClearOneShot();
it.Next();
}
node = node->next();
}
}
void Debug::ActivateStepIn(StackFrame* frame) {
ASSERT(!StepOutActive());
thread_local_.step_into_fp_ = frame->UnpaddedFP();
}
void Debug::ClearStepIn() {
thread_local_.step_into_fp_ = 0;
}
void Debug::ActivateStepOut(StackFrame* frame) {
ASSERT(!StepInActive());
thread_local_.step_out_fp_ = frame->UnpaddedFP();
}
void Debug::ClearStepOut() {
thread_local_.step_out_fp_ = 0;
}
void Debug::ClearStepNext() {
thread_local_.last_step_action_ = StepNone;
thread_local_.last_statement_position_ = RelocInfo::kNoPosition;
thread_local_.last_fp_ = 0;
}
// Helper function to compile full code for debugging. This code will
// have debug break slots and deoptimization information. Deoptimization
// information is required in case that an optimized version of this
// function is still activated on the stack. It will also make sure that
// the full code is compiled with the same flags as the previous version,
// that is flags which can change the code generated. The current method
// of mapping from already compiled full code without debug break slots
// to full code with debug break slots depends on the generated code is
// otherwise exactly the same.
static bool CompileFullCodeForDebugging(Handle<JSFunction> function,
Handle<Code> current_code) {
ASSERT(!current_code->has_debug_break_slots());
CompilationInfoWithZone info(function);
info.MarkCompilingForDebugging(current_code);
ASSERT(!info.shared_info()->is_compiled());
ASSERT(!info.isolate()->has_pending_exception());
// Use compile lazy which will end up compiling the full code in the
// configuration configured above.
bool result = Compiler::CompileLazy(&info);
ASSERT(result != info.isolate()->has_pending_exception());
info.isolate()->clear_pending_exception();
#if DEBUG
if (result) {
Handle<Code> new_code(function->shared()->code());
ASSERT(new_code->has_debug_break_slots());
ASSERT(current_code->is_compiled_optimizable() ==
new_code->is_compiled_optimizable());
}
#endif
return result;
}
static void CollectActiveFunctionsFromThread(
Isolate* isolate,
ThreadLocalTop* top,
List<Handle<JSFunction> >* active_functions,
Object* active_code_marker) {
// Find all non-optimized code functions with activation frames
// on the stack. This includes functions which have optimized
// activations (including inlined functions) on the stack as the
// non-optimized code is needed for the lazy deoptimization.
for (JavaScriptFrameIterator it(isolate, top); !it.done(); it.Advance()) {
JavaScriptFrame* frame = it.frame();
if (frame->is_optimized()) {
List<JSFunction*> functions(FLAG_max_inlining_levels + 1);
frame->GetFunctions(&functions);
for (int i = 0; i < functions.length(); i++) {
JSFunction* function = functions[i];
active_functions->Add(Handle<JSFunction>(function));
function->shared()->code()->set_gc_metadata(active_code_marker);
}
} else if (frame->function()->IsJSFunction()) {
JSFunction* function = frame->function();
ASSERT(frame->LookupCode()->kind() == Code::FUNCTION);
active_functions->Add(Handle<JSFunction>(function));
function->shared()->code()->set_gc_metadata(active_code_marker);
}
}
}
static void RedirectActivationsToRecompiledCodeOnThread(
Isolate* isolate,
ThreadLocalTop* top) {
for (JavaScriptFrameIterator it(isolate, top); !it.done(); it.Advance()) {
JavaScriptFrame* frame = it.frame();
if (frame->is_optimized() || !frame->function()->IsJSFunction()) continue;
JSFunction* function = frame->function();
ASSERT(frame->LookupCode()->kind() == Code::FUNCTION);
Handle<Code> frame_code(frame->LookupCode());
if (frame_code->has_debug_break_slots()) continue;
Handle<Code> new_code(function->shared()->code());
if (new_code->kind() != Code::FUNCTION ||
!new_code->has_debug_break_slots()) {
continue;
}
// Iterate over the RelocInfo in the original code to compute the sum of the
// constant pools sizes. (See Assembler::CheckConstPool())
// Note that this is only useful for architectures using constant pools.
int constpool_mask = RelocInfo::ModeMask(RelocInfo::CONST_POOL);
int frame_const_pool_size = 0;
for (RelocIterator it(*frame_code, constpool_mask); !it.done(); it.next()) {
RelocInfo* info = it.rinfo();
if (info->pc() >= frame->pc()) break;
frame_const_pool_size += static_cast<int>(info->data());
}
intptr_t frame_offset =
frame->pc() - frame_code->instruction_start() - frame_const_pool_size;
// Iterate over the RelocInfo for new code to find the number of bytes
// generated for debug slots and constant pools.
int debug_break_slot_bytes = 0;
int new_code_const_pool_size = 0;
int mask = RelocInfo::ModeMask(RelocInfo::DEBUG_BREAK_SLOT) |
RelocInfo::ModeMask(RelocInfo::CONST_POOL);
for (RelocIterator it(*new_code, mask); !it.done(); it.next()) {
// Check if the pc in the new code with debug break
// slots is before this slot.
RelocInfo* info = it.rinfo();
intptr_t new_offset = info->pc() - new_code->instruction_start() -
new_code_const_pool_size - debug_break_slot_bytes;
if (new_offset >= frame_offset) {
break;
}
if (RelocInfo::IsDebugBreakSlot(info->rmode())) {
debug_break_slot_bytes += Assembler::kDebugBreakSlotLength;
} else {
ASSERT(RelocInfo::IsConstPool(info->rmode()));
// The size of the constant pool is encoded in the data.
new_code_const_pool_size += static_cast<int>(info->data());
}
}
// Compute the equivalent pc in the new code.
byte* new_pc = new_code->instruction_start() + frame_offset +
debug_break_slot_bytes + new_code_const_pool_size;
if (FLAG_trace_deopt) {
PrintF("Replacing code %08" V8PRIxPTR " - %08" V8PRIxPTR " (%d) "
"with %08" V8PRIxPTR " - %08" V8PRIxPTR " (%d) "
"for debugging, "
"changing pc from %08" V8PRIxPTR " to %08" V8PRIxPTR "\n",
reinterpret_cast<intptr_t>(
frame_code->instruction_start()),
reinterpret_cast<intptr_t>(
frame_code->instruction_start()) +
frame_code->instruction_size(),
frame_code->instruction_size(),
reinterpret_cast<intptr_t>(new_code->instruction_start()),
reinterpret_cast<intptr_t>(new_code->instruction_start()) +
new_code->instruction_size(),
new_code->instruction_size(),
reinterpret_cast<intptr_t>(frame->pc()),
reinterpret_cast<intptr_t>(new_pc));
}
// Patch the return address to return into the code with
// debug break slots.
frame->set_pc(new_pc);
}
}
class ActiveFunctionsCollector : public ThreadVisitor {
public:
explicit ActiveFunctionsCollector(List<Handle<JSFunction> >* active_functions,
Object* active_code_marker)
: active_functions_(active_functions),
active_code_marker_(active_code_marker) { }
void VisitThread(Isolate* isolate, ThreadLocalTop* top) {
CollectActiveFunctionsFromThread(isolate,
top,
active_functions_,
active_code_marker_);
}
private:
List<Handle<JSFunction> >* active_functions_;
Object* active_code_marker_;
};
class ActiveFunctionsRedirector : public ThreadVisitor {
public:
void VisitThread(Isolate* isolate, ThreadLocalTop* top) {
RedirectActivationsToRecompiledCodeOnThread(isolate, top);
}
};
void Debug::PrepareForBreakPoints() {
// If preparing for the first break point make sure to deoptimize all
// functions as debugging does not work with optimized code.
if (!has_break_points_) {
if (isolate_->concurrent_recompilation_enabled()) {
isolate_->optimizing_compiler_thread()->Flush();
}
Deoptimizer::DeoptimizeAll(isolate_);
Handle<Code> lazy_compile =
Handle<Code>(isolate_->builtins()->builtin(Builtins::kLazyCompile));
// There will be at least one break point when we are done.
has_break_points_ = true;
// Keep the list of activated functions in a handlified list as it
// is used both in GC and non-GC code.
List<Handle<JSFunction> > active_functions(100);
{
// We are going to iterate heap to find all functions without
// debug break slots.
Heap* heap = isolate_->heap();
heap->CollectAllGarbage(Heap::kMakeHeapIterableMask,
"preparing for breakpoints");
// Ensure no GC in this scope as we are going to use gc_metadata
// field in the Code object to mark active functions.
DisallowHeapAllocation no_allocation;
Object* active_code_marker = heap->the_hole_value();
CollectActiveFunctionsFromThread(isolate_,
isolate_->thread_local_top(),
&active_functions,
active_code_marker);
ActiveFunctionsCollector active_functions_collector(&active_functions,
active_code_marker);
isolate_->thread_manager()->IterateArchivedThreads(
&active_functions_collector);
// Scan the heap for all non-optimized functions which have no
// debug break slots and are not active or inlined into an active
// function and mark them for lazy compilation.
HeapIterator iterator(heap);
HeapObject* obj = NULL;
while (((obj = iterator.next()) != NULL)) {
if (obj->IsJSFunction()) {
JSFunction* function = JSFunction::cast(obj);
SharedFunctionInfo* shared = function->shared();
if (!shared->allows_lazy_compilation()) continue;
if (!shared->script()->IsScript()) continue;
if (function->IsBuiltin()) continue;
if (shared->code()->gc_metadata() == active_code_marker) continue;
Code::Kind kind = function->code()->kind();
if (kind == Code::FUNCTION &&
!function->code()->has_debug_break_slots()) {
function->set_code(*lazy_compile);
function->shared()->set_code(*lazy_compile);
} else if (kind == Code::BUILTIN &&
(function->IsInRecompileQueue() ||
function->IsMarkedForLazyRecompilation() ||
function->IsMarkedForConcurrentRecompilation())) {
// Abort in-flight compilation.
Code* shared_code = function->shared()->code();
if (shared_code->kind() == Code::FUNCTION &&
shared_code->has_debug_break_slots()) {
function->set_code(shared_code);
} else {
function->set_code(*lazy_compile);
function->shared()->set_code(*lazy_compile);
}
}
}
}
// Clear gc_metadata field.
for (int i = 0; i < active_functions.length(); i++) {
Handle<JSFunction> function = active_functions[i];
function->shared()->code()->set_gc_metadata(Smi::FromInt(0));
}
}
// Now recompile all functions with activation frames and and
// patch the return address to run in the new compiled code.
for (int i = 0; i < active_functions.length(); i++) {
Handle<JSFunction> function = active_functions[i];
Handle<SharedFunctionInfo> shared(function->shared());
if (function->code()->kind() == Code::FUNCTION &&
function->code()->has_debug_break_slots()) {
// Nothing to do. Function code already had debug break slots.
continue;
}
// If recompilation is not possible just skip it.
if (shared->is_toplevel() ||
!shared->allows_lazy_compilation() ||
shared->code()->kind() == Code::BUILTIN) {
continue;
}
// Make sure that the shared full code is compiled with debug
// break slots.
if (!shared->code()->has_debug_break_slots()) {
// Try to compile the full code with debug break slots. If it
// fails just keep the current code.
Handle<Code> current_code(function->shared()->code());
shared->set_code(*lazy_compile);
bool prev_force_debugger_active =
isolate_->debugger()->force_debugger_active();
isolate_->debugger()->set_force_debugger_active(true);
ASSERT(current_code->kind() == Code::FUNCTION);
CompileFullCodeForDebugging(function, current_code);
isolate_->debugger()->set_force_debugger_active(
prev_force_debugger_active);
if (!shared->is_compiled()) {
shared->set_code(*current_code);
continue;
}
}
// Keep function code in sync with shared function info.
function->set_code(shared->code());
}
RedirectActivationsToRecompiledCodeOnThread(isolate_,
isolate_->thread_local_top());
ActiveFunctionsRedirector active_functions_redirector;
isolate_->thread_manager()->IterateArchivedThreads(
&active_functions_redirector);
}
}
Object* Debug::FindSharedFunctionInfoInScript(Handle<Script> script,
int position) {
// Iterate the heap looking for SharedFunctionInfo generated from the
// script. The inner most SharedFunctionInfo containing the source position
// for the requested break point is found.
// NOTE: This might require several heap iterations. If the SharedFunctionInfo
// which is found is not compiled it is compiled and the heap is iterated
// again as the compilation might create inner functions from the newly
// compiled function and the actual requested break point might be in one of
// these functions.
// NOTE: The below fix-point iteration depends on all functions that cannot be
// compiled lazily without a context to not be compiled at all. Compilation
// will be triggered at points where we do not need a context.
bool done = false;
// The current candidate for the source position:
int target_start_position = RelocInfo::kNoPosition;
Handle<JSFunction> target_function;
Handle<SharedFunctionInfo> target;
Heap* heap = isolate_->heap();
while (!done) {
{ // Extra scope for iterator and no-allocation.
heap->EnsureHeapIsIterable();
DisallowHeapAllocation no_alloc_during_heap_iteration;
HeapIterator iterator(heap);
for (HeapObject* obj = iterator.next();
obj != NULL; obj = iterator.next()) {
bool found_next_candidate = false;
Handle<JSFunction> function;
Handle<SharedFunctionInfo> shared;
if (obj->IsJSFunction()) {
function = Handle<JSFunction>(JSFunction::cast(obj));
shared = Handle<SharedFunctionInfo>(function->shared());
ASSERT(shared->allows_lazy_compilation() || shared->is_compiled());
found_next_candidate = true;
} else if (obj->IsSharedFunctionInfo()) {
shared = Handle<SharedFunctionInfo>(SharedFunctionInfo::cast(obj));
// Skip functions that we cannot compile lazily without a context,
// which is not available here, because there is no closure.
found_next_candidate = shared->is_compiled() ||
shared->allows_lazy_compilation_without_context();
}
if (!found_next_candidate) continue;
if (shared->script() == *script) {
// If the SharedFunctionInfo found has the requested script data and
// contains the source position it is a candidate.
int start_position = shared->function_token_position();
if (start_position == RelocInfo::kNoPosition) {
start_position = shared->start_position();
}
if (start_position <= position &&
position <= shared->end_position()) {
// If there is no candidate or this function is within the current
// candidate this is the new candidate.
if (target.is_null()) {
target_start_position = start_position;
target_function = function;
target = shared;
} else {
if (target_start_position == start_position &&
shared->end_position() == target->end_position()) {
// If a top-level function contains only one function
// declaration the source for the top-level and the function
// is the same. In that case prefer the non top-level function.
if (!shared->is_toplevel()) {
target_start_position = start_position;
target_function = function;
target = shared;
}
} else if (target_start_position <= start_position &&
shared->end_position() <= target->end_position()) {
// This containment check includes equality as a function
// inside a top-level function can share either start or end
// position with the top-level function.
target_start_position = start_position;
target_function = function;
target = shared;
}
}
}
}
} // End for loop.
} // End no-allocation scope.
if (target.is_null()) return heap->undefined_value();
// There will be at least one break point when we are done.
has_break_points_ = true;
// If the candidate found is compiled we are done.
done = target->is_compiled();
if (!done) {
// If the candidate is not compiled, compile it to reveal any inner
// functions which might contain the requested source position. This
// will compile all inner functions that cannot be compiled without a
// context, because Compiler::BuildFunctionInfo checks whether the
// debugger is active.
if (target_function.is_null()) {
SharedFunctionInfo::CompileLazy(target, KEEP_EXCEPTION);
} else {
JSFunction::CompileLazy(target_function, KEEP_EXCEPTION);
}
}
} // End while loop.
return *target;
}
// Ensures the debug information is present for shared.
bool Debug::EnsureDebugInfo(Handle<SharedFunctionInfo> shared,
Handle<JSFunction> function) {
Isolate* isolate = shared->GetIsolate();
// Return if we already have the debug info for shared.
if (HasDebugInfo(shared)) {
ASSERT(shared->is_compiled());
return true;
}
// There will be at least one break point when we are done.
has_break_points_ = true;
// Ensure function is compiled. Return false if this failed.
if (!function.is_null() &&
!JSFunction::EnsureCompiled(function, CLEAR_EXCEPTION)) {
return false;
}
// Create the debug info object.
Handle<DebugInfo> debug_info = isolate->factory()->NewDebugInfo(shared);
// Add debug info to the list.
DebugInfoListNode* node = new DebugInfoListNode(*debug_info);
node->set_next(debug_info_list_);
debug_info_list_ = node;
return true;
}
void Debug::RemoveDebugInfo(Handle<DebugInfo> debug_info) {
ASSERT(debug_info_list_ != NULL);
// Run through the debug info objects to find this one and remove it.
DebugInfoListNode* prev = NULL;
DebugInfoListNode* current = debug_info_list_;
while (current != NULL) {
if (*current->debug_info() == *debug_info) {
// Unlink from list. If prev is NULL we are looking at the first element.
if (prev == NULL) {
debug_info_list_ = current->next();
} else {
prev->set_next(current->next());
}
current->debug_info()->shared()->set_debug_info(
isolate_->heap()->undefined_value());
delete current;
// If there are no more debug info objects there are not more break
// points.
has_break_points_ = debug_info_list_ != NULL;
return;
}
// Move to next in list.
prev = current;
current = current->next();
}
UNREACHABLE();
}
void Debug::SetAfterBreakTarget(JavaScriptFrame* frame) {
HandleScope scope(isolate_);
PrepareForBreakPoints();
// Get the executing function in which the debug break occurred.
Handle<JSFunction> function(JSFunction::cast(frame->function()));
Handle<SharedFunctionInfo> shared(function->shared());
if (!EnsureDebugInfo(shared, function)) {
// Return if we failed to retrieve the debug info.
return;
}
Handle<DebugInfo> debug_info = GetDebugInfo(shared);
Handle<Code> code(debug_info->code());
Handle<Code> original_code(debug_info->original_code());
#ifdef DEBUG
// Get the code which is actually executing.
Handle<Code> frame_code(frame->LookupCode());
ASSERT(frame_code.is_identical_to(code));
#endif
// Find the call address in the running code. This address holds the call to
// either a DebugBreakXXX or to the debug break return entry code if the
// break point is still active after processing the break point.
Address addr = frame->pc() - Assembler::kPatchDebugBreakSlotReturnOffset;
// Check if the location is at JS exit or debug break slot.
bool at_js_return = false;
bool break_at_js_return_active = false;
bool at_debug_break_slot = false;
RelocIterator it(debug_info->code());
while (!it.done() && !at_js_return && !at_debug_break_slot) {
if (RelocInfo::IsJSReturn(it.rinfo()->rmode())) {
at_js_return = (it.rinfo()->pc() ==
addr - Assembler::kPatchReturnSequenceAddressOffset);
break_at_js_return_active = it.rinfo()->IsPatchedReturnSequence();
}
if (RelocInfo::IsDebugBreakSlot(it.rinfo()->rmode())) {
at_debug_break_slot = (it.rinfo()->pc() ==
addr - Assembler::kPatchDebugBreakSlotAddressOffset);
}
it.next();
}
// Handle the jump to continue execution after break point depending on the
// break location.
if (at_js_return) {
// If the break point as return is still active jump to the corresponding
// place in the original code. If not the break point was removed during
// break point processing.
if (break_at_js_return_active) {
addr += original_code->instruction_start() - code->instruction_start();
}
// Move back to where the call instruction sequence started.
thread_local_.after_break_target_ =
addr - Assembler::kPatchReturnSequenceAddressOffset;
} else if (at_debug_break_slot) {
// Address of where the debug break slot starts.
addr = addr - Assembler::kPatchDebugBreakSlotAddressOffset;
// Continue just after the slot.
thread_local_.after_break_target_ = addr + Assembler::kDebugBreakSlotLength;
} else if (IsDebugBreak(Assembler::target_address_at(addr))) {
// We now know that there is still a debug break call at the target address,
// so the break point is still there and the original code will hold the
// address to jump to in order to complete the call which is replaced by a
// call to DebugBreakXXX.
// Find the corresponding address in the original code.
addr += original_code->instruction_start() - code->instruction_start();
// Install jump to the call address in the original code. This will be the
// call which was overwritten by the call to DebugBreakXXX.
thread_local_.after_break_target_ = Assembler::target_address_at(addr);
} else {
// There is no longer a break point present. Don't try to look in the
// original code as the running code will have the right address. This takes
// care of the case where the last break point is removed from the function
// and therefore no "original code" is available.
thread_local_.after_break_target_ = Assembler::target_address_at(addr);
}
}
bool Debug::IsBreakAtReturn(JavaScriptFrame* frame) {
HandleScope scope(isolate_);
// If there are no break points this cannot be break at return, as
// the debugger statement and stack guard bebug break cannot be at
// return.
if (!has_break_points_) {
return false;
}
PrepareForBreakPoints();
// Get the executing function in which the debug break occurred.
Handle<JSFunction> function(JSFunction::cast(frame->function()));
Handle<SharedFunctionInfo> shared(function->shared());
if (!EnsureDebugInfo(shared, function)) {
// Return if we failed to retrieve the debug info.
return false;
}
Handle<DebugInfo> debug_info = GetDebugInfo(shared);
Handle<Code> code(debug_info->code());
#ifdef DEBUG
// Get the code which is actually executing.
Handle<Code> frame_code(frame->LookupCode());
ASSERT(frame_code.is_identical_to(code));
#endif
// Find the call address in the running code.
Address addr = frame->pc() - Assembler::kPatchDebugBreakSlotReturnOffset;
// Check if the location is at JS return.
RelocIterator it(debug_info->code());
while (!it.done()) {
if (RelocInfo::IsJSReturn(it.rinfo()->rmode())) {
return (it.rinfo()->pc() ==
addr - Assembler::kPatchReturnSequenceAddressOffset);
}
it.next();
}
return false;
}
void Debug::FramesHaveBeenDropped(StackFrame::Id new_break_frame_id,
FrameDropMode mode,
Object** restarter_frame_function_pointer) {
if (mode != CURRENTLY_SET_MODE) {
thread_local_.frame_drop_mode_ = mode;
}
thread_local_.break_frame_id_ = new_break_frame_id;
thread_local_.restarter_frame_function_pointer_ =
restarter_frame_function_pointer;
}
const int Debug::FramePaddingLayout::kInitialSize = 1;
// Any even value bigger than kInitialSize as needed for stack scanning.
const int Debug::FramePaddingLayout::kPaddingValue = kInitialSize + 1;
bool Debug::IsDebugGlobal(GlobalObject* global) {
return IsLoaded() && global == debug_context()->global_object();
}
void Debug::ClearMirrorCache() {
PostponeInterruptsScope postpone(isolate_);
HandleScope scope(isolate_);
ASSERT(isolate_->context() == *Debug::debug_context());
// Clear the mirror cache.
Handle<String> function_name = isolate_->factory()->InternalizeOneByteString(
STATIC_ASCII_VECTOR("ClearMirrorCache"));
Handle<Object> fun(
isolate_->global_object()->GetPropertyNoExceptionThrown(*function_name),
isolate_);
ASSERT(fun->IsJSFunction());
bool caught_exception;
Execution::TryCall(Handle<JSFunction>::cast(fun),
Handle<JSObject>(Debug::debug_context()->global_object()),
0, NULL, &caught_exception);
}
void Debug::CreateScriptCache() {
Heap* heap = isolate_->heap();
HandleScope scope(isolate_);
// Perform two GCs to get rid of all unreferenced scripts. The first GC gets
// rid of all the cached script wrappers and the second gets rid of the
// scripts which are no longer referenced. The second also sweeps precisely,
// which saves us doing yet another GC to make the heap iterable.
heap->CollectAllGarbage(Heap::kNoGCFlags, "Debug::CreateScriptCache");
heap->CollectAllGarbage(Heap::kMakeHeapIterableMask,
"Debug::CreateScriptCache");
ASSERT(script_cache_ == NULL);
script_cache_ = new ScriptCache(isolate_);
// Scan heap for Script objects.
int count = 0;
HeapIterator iterator(heap);
DisallowHeapAllocation no_allocation;
for (HeapObject* obj = iterator.next(); obj != NULL; obj = iterator.next()) {
if (obj->IsScript() && Script::cast(obj)->HasValidSource()) {
script_cache_->Add(Handle<Script>(Script::cast(obj)));
count++;
}
}
}
void Debug::DestroyScriptCache() {
// Get rid of the script cache if it was created.
if (script_cache_ != NULL) {
delete script_cache_;
script_cache_ = NULL;
}
}
void Debug::AddScriptToScriptCache(Handle<Script> script) {
if (script_cache_ != NULL) {
script_cache_->Add(script);
}
}
Handle<FixedArray> Debug::GetLoadedScripts() {
// Create and fill the script cache when the loaded scripts is requested for
// the first time.
if (script_cache_ == NULL) {
CreateScriptCache();
}
// If the script cache is not active just return an empty array.
ASSERT(script_cache_ != NULL);
if (script_cache_ == NULL) {
isolate_->factory()->NewFixedArray(0);
}
// Perform GC to get unreferenced scripts evicted from the cache before
// returning the content.
isolate_->heap()->CollectAllGarbage(Heap::kNoGCFlags,
"Debug::GetLoadedScripts");
// Get the scripts from the cache.
return script_cache_->GetScripts();
}
void Debug::AfterGarbageCollection() {
// Generate events for collected scripts.
if (script_cache_ != NULL) {
script_cache_->ProcessCollectedScripts();
}
}
Debugger::Debugger(Isolate* isolate)
: debugger_access_(isolate->debugger_access()),
event_listener_(Handle<Object>()),
event_listener_data_(Handle<Object>()),
compiling_natives_(false),
is_loading_debugger_(false),
live_edit_enabled_(true),
never_unload_debugger_(false),
force_debugger_active_(false),
message_handler_(NULL),
debugger_unload_pending_(false),
host_dispatch_handler_(NULL),
debug_message_dispatch_handler_(NULL),
message_dispatch_helper_thread_(NULL),
host_dispatch_period_(TimeDelta::FromMilliseconds(100)),
agent_(NULL),
command_queue_(isolate->logger(), kQueueInitialSize),
command_received_(0),
event_command_queue_(isolate->logger(), kQueueInitialSize),
isolate_(isolate) {
}
Debugger::~Debugger() {}
Handle<Object> Debugger::MakeJSObject(Vector<const char> constructor_name,
int argc,
Handle<Object> argv[],
bool* caught_exception) {
ASSERT(isolate_->context() == *isolate_->debug()->debug_context());
// Create the execution state object.
Handle<String> constructor_str =
isolate_->factory()->InternalizeUtf8String(constructor_name);
Handle<Object> constructor(
isolate_->global_object()->GetPropertyNoExceptionThrown(*constructor_str),
isolate_);
ASSERT(constructor->IsJSFunction());
if (!constructor->IsJSFunction()) {
*caught_exception = true;
return isolate_->factory()->undefined_value();
}
Handle<Object> js_object = Execution::TryCall(
Handle<JSFunction>::cast(constructor),
Handle<JSObject>(isolate_->debug()->debug_context()->global_object()),
argc,
argv,
caught_exception);
return js_object;
}
Handle<Object> Debugger::MakeExecutionState(bool* caught_exception) {
// Create the execution state object.
Handle<Object> break_id = isolate_->factory()->NewNumberFromInt(
isolate_->debug()->break_id());
Handle<Object> argv[] = { break_id };
return MakeJSObject(CStrVector("MakeExecutionState"),
ARRAY_SIZE(argv),
argv,
caught_exception);
}
Handle<Object> Debugger::MakeBreakEvent(Handle<Object> exec_state,
Handle<Object> break_points_hit,
bool* caught_exception) {
// Create the new break event object.
Handle<Object> argv[] = { exec_state, break_points_hit };
return MakeJSObject(CStrVector("MakeBreakEvent"),
ARRAY_SIZE(argv),
argv,
caught_exception);
}
Handle<Object> Debugger::MakeExceptionEvent(Handle<Object> exec_state,
Handle<Object> exception,
bool uncaught,
bool* caught_exception) {
Factory* factory = isolate_->factory();
// Create the new exception event object.