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# Extended prompt utilities.
# Copyright (C) 2011-2013 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
# 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 3 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.
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""" Extended prompt library functions."""
import gdb
import os
def _prompt_pwd(ignore):
"The current working directory."
return os.getcwdu()
def _prompt_object_attr(func, what, attr, nattr):
"""Internal worker for fetching GDB attributes."""
if attr is None:
attr = nattr
obj = func()
except gdb.error:
return '<no %s>' % what
if hasattr(obj, attr):
result = getattr(obj, attr)
if callable(result):
result = result()
return result
return '<no attribute %s on current %s>' % (attr, what)
def _prompt_frame(attr):
"The selected frame; an argument names a frame parameter."
return _prompt_object_attr(gdb.selected_frame, 'frame', attr, 'name')
def _prompt_thread(attr):
"The selected thread; an argument names a thread parameter."
return _prompt_object_attr(gdb.selected_thread, 'thread', attr, 'num')
def _prompt_version(attr):
"The version of GDB."
return gdb.VERSION
def _prompt_esc(attr):
"The ESC character."
return '\033'
def _prompt_bs(attr):
"A backslash."
return '\\'
def _prompt_n(attr):
"A newline."
return '\n'
def _prompt_r(attr):
"A carriage return."
return '\r'
def _prompt_param(attr):
"A parameter's value; the argument names the parameter."
return gdb.parameter(attr)
def _prompt_noprint_begin(attr):
"Begins a sequence of non-printing characters."
return '\001'
def _prompt_noprint_end(attr):
"Ends a sequence of non-printing characters."
return '\002'
prompt_substitutions = {
'e': _prompt_esc,
'\\': _prompt_bs,
'n': _prompt_n,
'r': _prompt_r,
'v': _prompt_version,
'w': _prompt_pwd,
'f': _prompt_frame,
't': _prompt_thread,
'p': _prompt_param,
'[': _prompt_noprint_begin,
']': _prompt_noprint_end
def prompt_help():
"""Generate help dynamically from the __doc__ strings of attribute
result = ''
keys = sorted (prompt_substitutions.keys())
for key in keys:
result += ' \\%s\t%s\n' % (key, prompt_substitutions[key].__doc__)
result += """
A substitution can be used in a simple form, like "\\f".
An argument can also be passed to it, like "\\f{name}".
The meaning of the argument depends on the particular substitution."""
return result
def substitute_prompt(prompt):
"Perform substitutions on PROMPT."
result = ''
plen = len(prompt)
i = 0
while i < plen:
if prompt[i] == '\\':
i = i + 1
if i >= plen:
cmdch = prompt[i]
if cmdch in prompt_substitutions:
cmd = prompt_substitutions[cmdch]
if i + 1 < plen and prompt[i + 1] == '{':
j = i + 1
while j < plen and prompt[j] != '}':
j = j + 1
# Just ignore formatting errors.
if j >= plen or prompt[j] != '}':
arg = None
arg = prompt[i + 2 : j]
i = j
arg = None
result += str(cmd(arg))
# Unrecognized escapes are turned into the escaped
# character itself.
result += prompt[i]
result += prompt[i]
i = i + 1
return result