History log of /external/lldb/include/lldb/Target/Unwind.h
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bf97d74c0c3e9a0f7c89fe0cd4a059015ec482d5 29-Feb-2012 Jim Ingham <jingham@apple.com> Make the StackFrameList::GetFrameAtIndex only fetch as many stack frames as needed to
get the frame requested.

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591cf15899706efe8878a0718daec056e1ffd442 21-Oct-2011 Jim Ingham <jingham@apple.com> Lock the Unwinder before accessing it.

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08d7d3ae16110aa68ed40c161eac8571aeb94cd9 06-Jan-2011 Greg Clayton <gclayton@apple.com> Fixed issues with RegisterContext classes and the subclasses. There was
an issue with the way the UnwindLLDB was handing out RegisterContexts: it
was making shared pointers to register contexts and then handing out just
the pointers (which would get put into shared pointers in the thread and
stack frame classes) and cause double free issues. MallocScribble helped to
find these issues after I did some other cleanup. To help avoid any
RegisterContext issue in the future, all code that deals with them now
returns shared pointers to the register contexts so we don't end up with
multiple deletions. Also now that the RegisterContext class doesn't require
a stack frame, we patched a memory leak where a StackFrame object was being
created and leaked.

Made the RegisterContext class not have a pointer to a StackFrame object as
one register context class can be used for N inlined stack frames so there is
not a 1 - 1 mapping. Updates the ExecutionContextScope part of the
RegisterContext class to never return a stack frame to indicate this when it
is asked to recreate the execution context. Now register contexts point to the
concrete frame using a concrete frame index. Concrete frames are all of the
frames that are actually formed on the stack of a thread. These concrete frames
can be turned into one or more user visible frames due to inlining. Each
inlined stack frame has the exact same register context (shared via shared
pointers) as any parent inlined stack frames all the way up to the concrete
frame itself.

So now the stack frames and the register contexts should behave much better.

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24943d2ee8bfaa7cf5893e4709143924157a5c1e 08-Jun-2010 Chris Lattner <sabre@nondot.org> Initial checkin of lldb code from internal Apple repo.

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