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/*--- System call wrappers, etc. pub_core_syswrap.h ---*/
This file is part of Valgrind, a dynamic binary instrumentation
Copyright (C) 2000-2013 Julian Seward
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#include "pub_core_basics.h" // VG_ macro
#include "pub_core_threadstate.h" // ThreadArchState
// PURPOSE: This module contains all the syscall junk: mostly PRE/POST
// wrappers, but also the main syscall jacketing code.
// Allocates a stack for the first thread, then runs it,
// as if the thread had been set up by clone()
extern void VG_(main_thread_wrapper_NORETURN)(ThreadId tid);
extern void VG_(client_syscall) ( ThreadId tid, UInt trc );
extern void VG_(post_syscall) ( ThreadId tid );
/* Clear this module's private state for thread 'tid' */
extern void VG_(clear_syscallInfo) ( Int tid );
// Fix up a thread's state when syscall is interrupted by a signal.
extern void VG_(fixup_guest_state_after_syscall_interrupted)(
ThreadId tid,
Addr ip,
SysRes sysret,
Bool restart
// Wait until all other threads are dead
extern void VG_(reap_threads)(ThreadId self);
// Release resources held by this thread
extern void VG_(cleanup_thread) ( ThreadArchState* );
/* fd leakage calls. */
extern void VG_(init_preopened_fds) ( void );
extern void VG_(show_open_fds) ( const HChar* when );
// When the final thread is done, where shall I call to shutdown the
// system cleanly? Is set once at startup (in m_main) and never
// changes after that. Is basically a pointer to the exit
// continuation. This is all just a nasty hack to avoid calling
// directly from m_syswrap to m_main at exit, since that would cause
// m_main to become part of a module cycle, which is silly.
extern void (* VG_(address_of_m_main_shutdown_actions_NORETURN) )
#endif // __PUB_CORE_SYSWRAP_H
/*--- end ---*/