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/* Definitions of interface to the "low" (arch specific) functions
needed for interfacing the Valgrind gdbserver with the Valgrind
Copyright (C) 2011, 2012
Free Software Foundation, Inc.
This file has been inspired from a file that 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. */
#include "pub_core_basics.h" // ThreadId
#include "server.h" // CORE_ADDR
/* defines the characteristics of the "low" valgrind target architecture.
In other words, struct valgrind_target_ops defines the functions and
data which are specific to the architecture (x86 or amd64 or
ppc32 or ...). */
struct valgrind_target_ops
int num_regs;
struct reg *reg_defs;
int stack_pointer_regno;
/* register number of the stack pointer register */
/* transfer the register regno from/to valgrind (guest state)
to/from buf
according to transfer_direction.
*mod set to True if destination content is modified by the transfer
otherwise it is set to False. */
void (*transfer_register) (ThreadId tid, int regno, void * buf,
transfer_direction dir, int size, Bool *mod);
CORE_ADDR (*get_pc) (void);
void (*set_pc) (CORE_ADDR newpc);
/* What string to report to GDB when it asks for the architecture,
or NULL not to answer. */
const char *arch_string;
/* Returns the target xml description of the set of registers.
For some architectures (e.g. arm), it is mandatory
to give a description of the registers, otherwise
gdb does not understand the reply to the 'g' packet
(which is used to get the registers).
If shadow_mode, returns a target xml description
including the two shadow registers sets.
This is mandatory to use the option --vgdb-shadow-registers=yes.
Returns NULL if there is no target xml file*/
const char* (*target_xml) (Bool shadow_mode);
/* Returns the address in the thread control block where dtv is found.
Return NULL if an error occurs or no support for tls/dtv is available.
Note that the addressability of the returned result has not been
verified. In other words, target_get_dtv just adds some magic
offset to the arch specific thread register or thread pointer or ...
The implementation of this is of course depending on the arch
but also depends on the way pthread lib arranges its data.
For background info about tls handling, read
'ELF Handling For Thread-Local Storage'
(slightly obsolete e.g. the size of a dtv entry is 2 words now).
The reference is the glibc source, in particular the arch specific
file tls.h.
For platforms where the dtv is located in the tcb, the magic offset
to add to the thread pointer/register/... can be found by doing:
cd none/tests
gdb ./tls
set debug-file-directory /usr/lib/debug # or equivalent
p &((struct pthread*)0x0)->
Currently the dtv offset is hardcoded, based on the assumption
that this is relatively stable. If that would be false, then
getoff-<platform> should be modified to output this offset e.g.
depending on the glibc version. */
CORE_ADDR** (*target_get_dtv)(ThreadState *tst);
extern void x86_init_architecture (struct valgrind_target_ops *target);
extern void amd64_init_architecture (struct valgrind_target_ops *target);
extern void arm_init_architecture (struct valgrind_target_ops *target);
extern void arm64_init_architecture (struct valgrind_target_ops *target);
extern void ppc32_init_architecture (struct valgrind_target_ops *target);
extern void ppc64_init_architecture (struct valgrind_target_ops *target);
extern void s390x_init_architecture (struct valgrind_target_ops *target);
extern void mips32_init_architecture (struct valgrind_target_ops *target);
extern void mips64_init_architecture (struct valgrind_target_ops *target);