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/*--- Debug info. pub_core_debuginfo.h ---*/
This file is part of Valgrind, a dynamic binary instrumentation
Copyright (C) 2000-2013 Julian Seward
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// PURPOSE: This module deals with reading debug info and symbol tables
// to get file and function names, line numbers, variable types, and
// to help stack unwinding.
#include "pub_tool_debuginfo.h"
/* Initialise the entire module. Must be called first of all. */
extern void VG_(di_initialise) ( void );
/* LINUX: Notify the debuginfo system about a new mapping, or the
disappearance of such, or a permissions change on an existing
mapping. This is the way new debug information gets loaded. If
allow_SkFileV is True, it will try load debug info if the mapping
at 'a' belongs to Valgrind; whereas normally (False) it will not do
that. This allows us to carefully control when the thing will read
symbols from the Valgrind executable itself.
If a call to VG_(di_notify_mmap) causes debug info to be read, then
the returned ULong is an abstract handle which can later be used to
refer to the debuginfo read as a result of this specific mapping,
in later queries to m_debuginfo. In this case the handle value
will be one or above. If the returned value is zero, no debug info
was read.
For VG_(di_notify_mmap), if use_fd is not -1, that is used instead
of the filename; this avoids perturbing fcntl locks, which are
released by simply re-opening and closing the same file (even via
different fd!).
#if defined(VGO_linux) || defined(VGO_darwin)
extern ULong VG_(di_notify_mmap)( Addr a, Bool allow_SkFileV, Int use_fd );
extern void VG_(di_notify_munmap)( Addr a, SizeT len );
extern void VG_(di_notify_mprotect)( Addr a, SizeT len, UInt prot );
/* this should really return ULong, as per VG_(di_notify_mmap). */
extern void VG_(di_notify_pdb_debuginfo)( Int fd, Addr avma,
SizeT total_size,
PtrdiffT bias );
/* this should also really return ULong */
extern void VG_(di_notify_vm_protect)( Addr a, SizeT len, UInt prot );
extern void VG_(di_discard_ALL_debuginfo)( void );
/* Like VG_(get_fnname), but it does not do C++ demangling nor Z-demangling
* nor below-main renaming.
* It should not be used for any names that will be shown to users.
* It should only be used in cases where the names of interest will have
* particular (ie. non-mangled) forms, or the mangled form is acceptable. */
Bool VG_(get_fnname_raw) ( Addr a, const HChar** buf );
/* Like VG_(get_fnname), but without C++ demangling. (But it does
Z-demangling and below-main renaming.)
iipc argument: same usage as in VG_(describe_IP) in pub_tool_debuginfo.h. */
Bool VG_(get_fnname_no_cxx_demangle) ( Addr a, const HChar** buf,
const InlIPCursor* iipc );
/* mips-linux only: find the offset of current address. This is needed for
stack unwinding for MIPS.
Bool VG_(get_inst_offset_in_function)( Addr a, /*OUT*/PtrdiffT* offset );
/* Use DWARF2/3 CFA information to do one step of stack unwinding.
D3UnwindRegs holds the current register values, and is
arch-specific. Note that the x86 and amd64 definitions are shared
and so the regs are named 'xip' etc rather than 'eip' and 'rip'. */
#if defined(VGA_amd64) || defined(VGA_x86)
struct { Addr xip; Addr xsp; Addr xbp; }
#elif defined(VGA_arm)
struct { Addr r15; Addr r14; Addr r13; Addr r12; Addr r11; Addr r7; }
#elif defined(VGA_arm64)
struct { Addr pc; Addr sp; Addr x30; Addr x29; } /* PC, SP, LR, FP */
#elif defined(VGA_ppc32) || defined(VGA_ppc64be) || defined(VGA_ppc64le)
UChar /* should be void, but gcc complains at use points */
#elif defined(VGA_s390x)
struct { Addr ia; Addr sp; Addr fp; Addr lr;}
#elif defined(VGA_mips32) || defined(VGA_mips64)
struct { Addr pc; Addr sp; Addr fp; Addr ra; }
#elif defined(VGA_tilegx)
struct { Addr pc; Addr sp; Addr fp; Addr lr; }
# error "Unsupported arch"
extern Bool VG_(use_CF_info) ( /*MOD*/D3UnwindRegs* uregs,
Addr min_accessible,
Addr max_accessible );
/* returns the "generation" of the CF info.
Each time some debuginfo is changed (e.g. loaded or unloaded),
the VG_(CF_info_generation) value returned will be increased.
This can be used to flush cached information derived from the CF info. */
extern UInt VG_(CF_info_generation) (void);
/* Use MSVC FPO data to do one step of stack unwinding. */
extern Bool VG_(use_FPO_info) ( /*MOD*/Addr* ipP,
/*MOD*/Addr* spP,
/*MOD*/Addr* fpP,
Addr min_accessible,
Addr max_accessible );
/* AVMAs for a symbol. Usually only the lowest address of the entity.
On ppc64 platforms, also contains tocptr and local_ep.
These fields should only be accessed using the macros
struct {
Addr main; /* lowest address of entity */
# if defined(VGA_ppc64be) || defined(VGA_ppc64le)
Addr tocptr; /* ppc64be/le-linux only: value that R2 should have */
# endif
# if defined(VGA_ppc64le)
Addr local_ep; /* address for local entry point, ppc64le only */
# endif
#if defined(VGA_ppc64be) || defined(VGA_ppc64le)
# define GET_TOCPTR_AVMA(_sym_avmas) (_sym_avmas).tocptr
# define SET_TOCPTR_AVMA(_sym_avmas, _val) (_sym_avmas).tocptr = (_val)
# define GET_TOCPTR_AVMA(_sym_avmas) ((Addr)0)
# define SET_TOCPTR_AVMA(_sym_avmas, _val) /* */
#if defined(VGA_ppc64le)
# define GET_LOCAL_EP_AVMA(_sym_avmas) (_sym_avmas).local_ep
# define SET_LOCAL_EP_AVMA(_sym_avmas, _val) (_sym_avmas).local_ep = (_val)
# define GET_LOCAL_EP_AVMA(_sym_avmas) ((Addr)0)
# define SET_LOCAL_EP_AVMA(_sym_avmas, _val) /* */
/* Functions for traversing all the symbols in a DebugInfo. _howmany
tells how many symbol table entries there are. _getidx retrieves
the n'th entry, for n in 0 .. _howmany-1. You may not modify the
function names thereby acquired; if you want to do so, first strdup
them. The primary name is returned in *pri_name, and *sec_names is
set either to NULL or to a NULL terminated vector containing
pointers to the secondary names. */
Int VG_(DebugInfo_syms_howmany) ( const DebugInfo *di );
void VG_(DebugInfo_syms_getidx) ( const DebugInfo *di,
Int idx,
/*OUT*/SymAVMAs* ad,
/*OUT*/UInt* size,
/*OUT*/const HChar** pri_name,
/*OUT*/const HChar*** sec_names,
/*OUT*/Bool* isText,
/*OUT*/Bool* isIFunc );
/* ppc64-linux only: find the TOC pointer (R2 value) that should be in
force at the entry point address of the function containing
guest_code_addr. Returns 0 if not known. */
extern Addr VG_(get_tocptr) ( Addr guest_code_addr );
/* Map a function name to its SymAVMAs. Is done by
sequential search of all symbol tables, so is very slow. To
mitigate the worst performance effects, you may specify a soname
pattern, and only objects matching that pattern are searched.
Therefore specify "*" to search all the objects. On TOC-afflicted
platforms, a symbol is deemed to be found only if it has a nonzero
TOC pointer. */
Bool VG_(lookup_symbol_SLOW)(const HChar* sopatt, const HChar* name,
SymAVMAs* avmas);
/*--- end ---*/