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/* Target operations for the Valgrind remote server for GDB.
Copyright (C) 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2012
Free Software Foundation, Inc.
Philippe Waroquiers.
Contributed by MontaVista Software.
This file is part of GDB.
It has been modified to integrate it in valgrind
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or
(at your option) any later version.
This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
GNU General Public License for more details.
You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
Foundation, Inc., 51 Franklin Street, Fifth Floor,
Boston, MA 02110-1301, USA. */
#ifndef TARGET_H
#define TARGET_H
#include "pub_core_basics.h" // Addr
#include "server.h" // CORE_ADDR
/* This file defines the architecture independent Valgrind gdbserver
high level operations such as read memory, get/set registers, ...
These high level operations are called by the gdbserver
protocol implementation (e.g. typically server.c).
For some of these high level operations, target.c will call
low level operations dependent on the architecture.
For example, getting or setting the registers will work on a
register cache. The exact details of the registers (how much,
their size, etc) is not defined by target.c or the register cache.
Such architecture dependent information is defined by
valgrind_low.h/valgrind-low-xxxxx.c providing 'low level operations'
specific to the xxxxx architecture (for example,
valgrind-low-x86.c, valgrind-low-armc.c). */
/* -------------------------------------------------------------------------- */
/* ------------------------ Initialisation ---------------------------------- */
/* -------------------------------------------------------------------------- */
/* Initialize the Valgrind high target. This will in turn
initialise the low (architecture specific) target. */
extern void valgrind_initialize_target(void);
/* initialize or re-initialize the register set of the low target.
if shadow_mode, then (re-)define the normal and valgrind shadow registers
else (re-)define only the normal registers. */
extern void initialize_shadow_low (Bool shadow_mode);
/* Returns the name of the xml target description file.
returns NULL if no xml target description available.
if shadow_mode, then returns the xml target description
with the shadow registers
else returns the xml target description only for
the normal registers. */
extern const char* valgrind_target_xml (Bool shadow_mode);
/* -------------------------------------------------------------------------- */
/* --------------------------- Execution control ---------------------------- */
/* -------------------------------------------------------------------------- */
/* This structure describes how to resume the execution.
Currently, there is no way to resume only a specific thread. */
struct thread_resume
/* If non-zero, we want to single-step. */
int step;
/* If non-zero, send this signal when we resume. */
int sig;
/* Prepare to Resume (i.e. restart) the guest.
The resume info indicates how the resume will be done.
In case GDB has changed the program counter, valgrind_resume
will also ensure that the execution will be resumed at this
new program counter.
The Resume is really only executed once the gdbserver
returns (giving back the control to Valgrind). */
extern void valgrind_resume (struct thread_resume *resume_info);
/* When Valgrind gets the control, it will execute the guest
process till there is a reason to call the gdbserver
again (e.g. because a breakpoint is encountered or the
tool reports an error).
In such case, the executionof guest code stops, and the
control is given to gdbserver. Gdbserver will send a resume
reply packet to GDB.
valgrind_wait gets from Valgrind data structures the
information needed produce the resume reply for GDB:
a.o. OURSTATUS will be filled in with a response code to send to GDB.
Returns the signal which caused the process to stop, in the
remote protocol numbering (e.g. TARGET_SIGNAL_STOP), or the
exit code as an integer if *OURSTATUS is 'W'. */
extern unsigned char valgrind_wait (char *outstatus);
/* When execution is stopped and gdbserver has control, more
info about the stop reason can be retrieved using the following
functions. */
/* gets the addr at which a (possible) break must be ignored once.
If there is no such break to be ignored once, 0 is returned.
This is needed for the following case:
The user sets a break at address AAA.
The break is encountered. Then the user does stepi
(i.e. step one instruction).
In such a case, the already encountered break must be ignored
to ensure the stepi will advance by one instruction: a "break"
is implemented in valgrind by some helper code just after the
instruction mark at which the break is set. This helper code
verifies if either there is a break at the current PC
or if we are in stepping mode. If we are in stepping mode,
the already encountered break must be ignored once to advance
to the next instruction.
??? need to check if this is *really* needed. */
extern Addr valgrind_get_ignore_break_once(void);
/* When addr > 0, ensures the next resume reply packet informs
gdb about the encountered watchpoint.
valgrind_stopped_by_watchpoint() will return 1 till reset.
Use addr 0x0 to reset. */
extern void VG_(set_watchpoint_stop_address) (Addr addr);
/* Returns 1 if target was stopped due to a watchpoint hit, 0 otherwise. */
extern int valgrind_stopped_by_watchpoint (void);
/* Returns the address associated with the watchpoint that hit, if any;
returns 0 otherwise. */
extern CORE_ADDR valgrind_stopped_data_address (void);
/* True if gdbserver is single stepping the valgrind process */
extern Bool valgrind_single_stepping(void);
/* Set Valgrind in single stepping mode or not according to Bool. */
extern void valgrind_set_single_stepping(Bool);
/* -------------------------------------------------------------------------- */
/* ----------------- Examining/modifying data while stopped ----------------- */
/* -------------------------------------------------------------------------- */
/* Return 1 iff the thread with ID tid is alive. */
extern int valgrind_thread_alive (unsigned long tid);
/* Allows to controls the thread (current_inferior) used for following
valgrind_(fetch|store)_registers calls.
current_inferior is set to general_thread
current_inferior is set to step_thread or else cont_thread.
If the above gives no valid thread, then current_inferior is
set to the first valid thread. */
extern void set_desired_inferior (int use_general);
/* Fetch registers from the current_inferior thread.
If REGNO is -1, fetch all registers; otherwise, fetch at least REGNO. */
extern void valgrind_fetch_registers (int regno);
/* Store registers to the current_inferior thread.
If REGNO is -1, store all registers; otherwise, store at least REGNO. */
extern void valgrind_store_registers (int regno);
/* Read memory from the inferior process.
Read LEN bytes at MEMADDR into a buffer at MYADDR.
Returns 0 on success and errno on failure. */
extern int valgrind_read_memory (CORE_ADDR memaddr,
unsigned char *myaddr, int len);
/* Write memory to the inferior process.
Write LEN bytes from the buffer at MYADDR to MEMADDR.
Returns 0 on success and errno on failure. */
extern int valgrind_write_memory (CORE_ADDR memaddr,
const unsigned char *myaddr, int len);
/* Insert and remove a hardware watchpoint.
Returns 0 on success, -1 on failure and 1 on unsupported.
The type is coded as follows:
2 = write watchpoint
3 = read watchpoint
4 = access watchpoint
extern int valgrind_insert_watchpoint (char type, CORE_ADDR addr, int len);
extern int valgrind_remove_watchpoint (char type, CORE_ADDR addr, int len);
/* Get the address of a thread local variable.
'tst' is the thread for which thread local address is searched for.
'offset' is the offset of the variable in the tls data of the load
module identified by 'lm'.
'lm' is the link_map address of the loaded module : it is the address
of the data structure used by the dynamic linker to maintain various
information about a loaded object.
Returns True if the address of the variable could be found.
*tls_addr is then set to this address.
Returns False if tls support is not available for this arch, or
if an error occured. *tls_addr is set to NULL. */
extern Bool valgrind_get_tls_addr (ThreadState *tst,
CORE_ADDR offset,
CORE_ADDR *tls_addr);
/* -------------------------------------------------------------------------- */
/* ----------- Utils functions for low level arch specific files ------------ */
/* -------------------------------------------------------------------------- */
/* returns a pointer to the architecture state corresponding to
the provided register set: 0 => normal guest registers,
1 => shadow1
2 => shadow2
extern VexGuestArchState* get_arch (int set, ThreadState* tst);
/* like memcpy but first check if content of destination and source
differs. If no difference, no copy is done, *mod set to False.
If different; copy is done, *mod set to True. */
extern void* VG_(dmemcpy) ( void *d, const void *s, SizeT sz, Bool *mod );
enum {
gdbserver_to_valgrind} transfer_direction;
// According to dir, calls VG_(dmemcpy)
// to copy data from/to valgrind to/from gdbserver.
// If the transferred data differs from what is currently stored,
// sets *mod to True otherwise set *mod to False.
extern void VG_(transfer) (void *valgrind,
void *gdbserver,
transfer_direction dir,
SizeT sz,
Bool *mod);
// True means gdbserver can access (internal) Valgrind memory.
// Otherwise, only the client memory can be accessed.
extern Bool hostvisibility;
#endif /* TARGET_H */