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/* Return child of current DIE.
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This file is part of Red Hat elfutils.
Written by Ulrich Drepper <>, 2003.
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# include <config.h>
#include "libdwP.h"
#include <string.h>
/* Some arbitrary value not conflicting with any existing code. */
#define INVALID 0xffffe444
unsigned char *
__libdw_find_attr (Dwarf_Die *die, unsigned int search_name,
unsigned int *codep, unsigned int *formp)
Dwarf *dbg = die->cu->dbg;
const unsigned char *readp = (unsigned char *) die->addr;
/* First we have to get the abbreviation code so that we can decode
the data in the DIE. */
unsigned int abbrev_code;
get_uleb128 (abbrev_code, readp);
/* Find the abbreviation entry. */
Dwarf_Abbrev *abbrevp = die->abbrev;
if (abbrevp == NULL)
abbrevp = __libdw_findabbrev (die->cu, abbrev_code);
die->abbrev = abbrevp ?: DWARF_END_ABBREV;
if (unlikely (die->abbrev == DWARF_END_ABBREV))
__libdw_seterrno (DWARF_E_INVALID_DWARF);
return NULL;
/* Search the name attribute. */
unsigned char *const endp
= ((unsigned char *) dbg->sectiondata[IDX_debug_abbrev]->d_buf
+ dbg->sectiondata[IDX_debug_abbrev]->d_size);
const unsigned char *attrp = die->abbrev->attrp;
while (1)
/* Are we still in bounds? This test needs to be refined. */
if (unlikely (attrp + 1 >= endp))
goto invalid_dwarf;
/* Get attribute name and form.
XXX We don't check whether this reads beyond the end of the
section. */
unsigned int attr_name;
get_uleb128 (attr_name, attrp);
unsigned int attr_form;
get_uleb128 (attr_form, attrp);
/* We can stop if we found the attribute with value zero. */
if (attr_name == 0 && attr_form == 0)
/* Is this the name attribute? */
if (attr_name == search_name && search_name != INVALID)
if (codep != NULL)
*codep = attr_name;
if (formp != NULL)
*formp = attr_form;
return (unsigned char *) readp;
/* Skip over the rest of this attribute (if there is any). */
if (attr_form != 0)
size_t len = __libdw_form_val_len (dbg, die->cu, attr_form, readp);
if (unlikely (len == (size_t) -1l))
readp = NULL;
// XXX We need better boundary checks.
readp += len;
// XXX Do we need other values?
if (codep != NULL)
*codep = INVALID;
if (formp != NULL)
*formp = INVALID;
return (unsigned char *) readp;
dwarf_child (die, result)
Dwarf_Die *die;
Dwarf_Die *result;
/* Ignore previous errors. */
if (die == NULL)
return -1;
/* Skip past the last attribute. */
void *addr = NULL;
/* If we already know there are no children do not search. */
if (die->abbrev != DWARF_END_ABBREV
&& (die->abbrev == NULL || die->abbrev->has_children))
addr = __libdw_find_attr (die, INVALID, NULL, NULL);
if (unlikely (die->abbrev == (Dwarf_Abbrev *) -1l))
return -1;
/* Make sure the DIE really has children. */
if (! die->abbrev->has_children)
/* There cannot be any children. */
return 1;
if (addr == NULL)
return -1;
/* It's kosher (just suboptimal) to have a null entry first thing (7.5.3).
So if this starts with ULEB128 of 0 (even with silly encoding of 0),
it is a kosher null entry and we do not really have any children. */
const unsigned char *code = addr;
while (unlikely (*code == 0x80))
if (unlikely (*code == '\0'))
return 1;
/* RESULT can be the same as DIE. So preserve what we need. */
struct Dwarf_CU *cu = die->cu;
/* Clear the entire DIE structure. This signals we have not yet
determined any of the information. */
memset (result, '\0', sizeof (Dwarf_Die));
/* We have the address. */
result->addr = addr;
/* Same CU as the parent. */
result->cu = cu;
return 0;