History log of /external/lldb/source/API/SBBlock.cpp
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5f35a4be95aed0e5b2cb36f7d785bcbfc67284ae 29-Nov-2012 Daniel Malea <daniel.malea@intel.com> Resolve printf formatting warnings on Linux:
- use macros from inttypes.h for format strings instead of OS-specific types

Patch from Matt Kopec!

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3d656c729a1ed0abad4e5a2d76f6e8a6904f66aa 22-Oct-2012 Enrico Granata <egranata@apple.com> <rdar://problem/12437442>
Given our implementation of ValueObjects we could have a scenario where a ValueObject has a dynamic type of Foo* at one point, and then its dynamic type changes to Bar*
If Bar* has synthetic children enabled, by the time we figure that out, our public API is already vending SBValues wrapping a DynamicVO, instead of a SyntheticVO and there was
no trivial way for us to change the SP inside an SBValue on the fly
This checkin reimplements SBValue in terms of a wrapper, ValueImpl, that allows this substitutions on-the-fly by overriding GetSP() to do The Right Thing (TM)
As an additional bonus, GetNonSyntheticValue() now works, and we can get rid of the ForceDisableSyntheticChildren idiom in ScriptInterpreterPython
Lastly, this checkin makes sure the synthetic VOs get the correct m_value and m_data from their parents (prevented summaries from working in some cases)

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7dd5c51fbab8384b18f20ecc125f9a1bb3c9bcb2 06-Feb-2012 Greg Clayton <gclayton@apple.com> Removed all of the "#ifndef SWIG" from the SB header files since we are using
interface (.i) files for each class.

Changed the FindFunction class from:

SBTarget::FindFunctions (const char *name,
uint32_t name_type_mask,
bool append,
lldb::SBSymbolContextList& sc_list)

SBModule::FindFunctions (const char *name,
uint32_t name_type_mask,
bool append,
lldb::SBSymbolContextList& sc_list)


SBTarget::FindFunctions (const char *name,
uint32_t name_type_mask = lldb::eFunctionNameTypeAny);

SBModule::FindFunctions (const char *name,
uint32_t name_type_mask = lldb::eFunctionNameTypeAny);

This makes the API easier to use from python. Also added the ability to
append a SBSymbolContext or a SBSymbolContextList to a SBSymbolContextList.

Exposed properties for lldb.SBSymbolContextList in python:

lldb.SBSymbolContextList.modules => list() or all lldb.SBModule objects in the list
lldb.SBSymbolContextList.compile_units => list() or all lldb.SBCompileUnits objects in the list
lldb.SBSymbolContextList.functions => list() or all lldb.SBFunction objects in the list
lldb.SBSymbolContextList.blocks => list() or all lldb.SBBlock objects in the list
lldb.SBSymbolContextList.line_entries => list() or all lldb.SBLineEntry objects in the list
lldb.SBSymbolContextList.symbols => list() or all lldb.SBSymbol objects in the list

This allows a call to the SBTarget::FindFunctions(...) and SBModule::FindFunctions(...)
and then the result can be used to extract the desired information:

sc_list = lldb.target.FindFunctions("erase")

for function in sc_list.functions:
print function
for symbol in sc_list.symbols:
print symbol

Exposed properties for the lldb.SBSymbolContext objects in python:

lldb.SBSymbolContext.module => lldb.SBModule
lldb.SBSymbolContext.compile_unit => lldb.SBCompileUnit
lldb.SBSymbolContext.function => lldb.SBFunction
lldb.SBSymbolContext.block => lldb.SBBlock
lldb.SBSymbolContext.line_entry => lldb.SBLineEntry
lldb.SBSymbolContext.symbol => lldb.SBSymbol

Exposed properties for the lldb.SBBlock objects in python:

lldb.SBBlock.parent => lldb.SBBlock for the parent block that contains
lldb.SBBlock.sibling => lldb.SBBlock for the sibling block to the current block
lldb.SBBlock.first_child => lldb.SBBlock for the first child block to the current block
lldb.SBBlock.call_site => for inline functions, return a lldb.declaration object that gives the call site file, line and column
lldb.SBBlock.name => for inline functions this is the name of the inline function that this block represents
lldb.SBBlock.inlined_block => returns the inlined function block that contains this block (might return itself if the current block is an inlined block)
lldb.SBBlock.range[int] => access the address ranges for a block by index, a list() with start and end address is returned
lldb.SBBlock.ranges => an array or all address ranges for this block
lldb.SBBlock.num_ranges => the number of address ranges for this blcok

SBFunction objects can now get the SBType and the SBBlock that represents the
top scope of the function.

SBBlock objects can now get the variable list from the current block. The value
list returned allows varaibles to be viewed prior with no process if code
wants to check the variables in a function. There are two ways to get a variable
list from a SBBlock:

SBBlock::GetVariables (lldb::SBFrame& frame,
bool arguments,
bool locals,
bool statics,
lldb::DynamicValueType use_dynamic);

SBBlock::GetVariables (lldb::SBTarget& target,
bool arguments,
bool locals,
bool statics);

When a SBFrame is used, the values returned will be locked down to the frame
and the values will be evaluated in the context of that frame.

When a SBTarget is used, global an static variables can be viewed without a
running process.

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96154be69fa240a662419183ed08e1cfc5418164 13-Nov-2011 Greg Clayton <gclayton@apple.com> <rdar://problem/10126482>

Fixed an issues with the SBType and SBTypeMember classes:
- Fixed SBType to be able to dump itself from python
- Fixed SBType::GetNumberOfFields() to return the correct value for objective C interfaces
- Fixed SBTypeMember to be able to dump itself from python
- Fixed the SBTypeMember ability to get a field offset in bytes (the value
being returned was wrong)
- Added the SBTypeMember ability to get a field offset in bits

Cleaned up a lot of the Stream usage in the SB API files.

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444e35b5fdf15a25a427285650f06f1390e62c75 19-Oct-2011 Greg Clayton <gclayton@apple.com> Moved lldb::user_id_t values to be 64 bit. This was going to be needed for
process IDs, and thread IDs, but was mainly needed for for the UserID's for
Types so that DWARF with debug map can work flawlessly. With DWARF in .o files
the type ID was the DIE offset in the DWARF for the .o file which is not
unique across all .o files, so now the SymbolFileDWARFDebugMap class will
make the .o file index part (the high 32 bits) of the unique type identifier
so it can uniquely identify the types.

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bc36a861b8e0b2f2dde34f27c9fa9629a357d598 08-Oct-2011 Greg Clayton <gclayton@apple.com> Added more functionality to Range template classes in RangeMap.h and converted remaining DWARF areas that were using ranges over to this class. Also converted lldb_private::Block to use it.

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23b8abbe214c252028f6e09f79169529c846409d 26-Sep-2011 Greg Clayton <gclayton@apple.com> Added more functionality to the public API to allow for better
symbolication. Also improved the SBInstruction API to allow
access to the instruction opcode name, mnemonics, comment and
instruction data.

Added the ability to edit SBLineEntry objects (change the file,
line and column), and also allow SBSymbolContext objects to be
modified (set module, comp unit, function, block, line entry
or symbol).

The SymbolContext and SBSymbolContext can now generate inlined
call stack infomration for symbolication much easier using the
SymbolContext::GetParentInlinedFrameInfo(...) and
SBSymbolContext::GetParentInlinedFrameInfo(...) methods.

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dd62d729cf960051615a74c1e67e2e41ec789fd7 14-Dec-2010 Greg Clayton <gclayton@apple.com> Fixed SBFrame to properly check to make sure it has a valid m_opaque_sp object
before trying to use it.

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538eb82a89a68dbc57251915080bd5152b333978 06-Nov-2010 Greg Clayton <gclayton@apple.com> Added copy constructors and assignment operators to all lldb::SB* classes
so we don't end up with weak exports with some compilers.

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a66ba46379fe41036d870975c56ccc2319cb6618 30-Oct-2010 Greg Clayton <gclayton@apple.com> Improved API logging.

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e49ec18f1868168c8927ae30a379db176ca8cce3 23-Sep-2010 Caroline Tice <ctice@apple.com> Remove all the __repr__ methods from the API/*.h files, and put them
into python-extensions.swig, which gets included into lldb.swig, and
adds them back into the classes when swig generates it's C++ file. This
keeps the Python stuff out of the general API classes.

Also fixed a small bug in the copy constructor for SBSymbolContext.

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e7a566e3301b272d18a5f752f99c8cb8b63b28a4 20-Sep-2010 Caroline Tice <ctice@apple.com> Fix indentations.

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98f930f429160f9777f626c3ac6aa609f4e965d2 20-Sep-2010 Caroline Tice <ctice@apple.com> Add GetDescription() and __repr__ () methods to most API classes, to allow
"print" from inside Python to print out the objects in a more useful

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69aa5d9a7620a183cdc4da12cc87ea82e2ffcbf9 07-Sep-2010 Greg Clayton <gclayton@apple.com> Added more API to lldb::SBBlock to allow getting the block
parent, sibling and first child block, and access to the
inline function information.

Added an accessor the StackFrame:

Block * lldb_private::StackFrame::GetFrameBlock();

LLDB represents inline functions as lexical blocks that have
inlined function information in them. The function above allows
us to easily get the top most lexical block that defines a stack
frame. When there are no inline functions in function, the block
returned ends up being the top most block for the function. When
the PC is in an inlined funciton for a frame, this will return the
first parent block that has inlined function information. The
other accessor: StackFrame::GetBlock() will return the deepest block
that matches the frame's PC value. Since most debuggers want to display
all variables in the current frame, the Block returned by
StackFrame::GetFrameBlock can be used to retrieve all variables for
the current frame.

Fixed the lldb_private::Block::DumpStopContext(...) to properly
display inline frames a block should display all of its inlined
functions. Prior to this fix, one of the call sites was being skipped.
This is a separate code path from the current default where inlined
functions get their own frames.

Fixed an issue where a block would always grab variables for any
child inline function blocks.

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33ed170599d41fe407a4dcf5f0875c75e1ad1375 24-Aug-2010 Greg Clayton <gclayton@apple.com> Added support for inlined stack frames being represented as real stack frames
which is now on by default. Frames are gotten from the unwinder as concrete
frames, then if inline frames are to be shown, extra information to track
and reconstruct these frames is cached with each Thread and exanded as needed.

I added an inline height as part of the lldb_private::StackID class, the class
that helps us uniquely identify stack frames. This allows for two frames to
shared the same call frame address, yet differ only in inline height.

Fixed setting breakpoint by address to not require addresses to resolve.

A quick example:

% cat main.cpp

% ./build/Debug/lldb test/stl/a.out
Current executable set to 'test/stl/a.out' (x86_64).
(lldb) breakpoint set --address 0x0000000100000d31
Breakpoint created: 1: address = 0x0000000100000d31, locations = 1
(lldb) r
Launching 'a.out' (x86_64)
(lldb) Process 38031 Stopped
* thread #1: tid = 0x2e03, pc = 0x0000000100000d31, where = a.out`main [inlined] std::string::_M_data() const at /usr/include/c++/4.2.1/bits/basic_string.h:280, stop reason = breakpoint 1.1, queue = com.apple.main-thread
278 _CharT*
279 _M_data() const
280 -> { return _M_dataplus._M_p; }
282 _CharT*
283 _M_data(_CharT* __p)
(lldb) bt
thread #1: tid = 0x2e03, stop reason = breakpoint 1.1, queue = com.apple.main-thread
frame #0: pc = 0x0000000100000d31, where = a.out`main [inlined] std::string::_M_data() const at /usr/include/c++/4.2.1/bits/basic_string.h:280
frame #1: pc = 0x0000000100000d31, where = a.out`main [inlined] std::string::_M_rep() const at /usr/include/c++/4.2.1/bits/basic_string.h:288
frame #2: pc = 0x0000000100000d31, where = a.out`main [inlined] std::string::size() const at /usr/include/c++/4.2.1/bits/basic_string.h:606
frame #3: pc = 0x0000000100000d31, where = a.out`main [inlined] operator<< <char, std::char_traits<char>, std::allocator<char> > at /usr/include/c++/4.2.1/bits/basic_string.h:2414
frame #4: pc = 0x0000000100000d31, where = a.out`main + 33 at /Volumes/work/gclayton/Documents/src/lldb/test/stl/main.cpp:14
frame #5: pc = 0x0000000100000d08, where = a.out`start + 52

Each inline frame contains only the variables that they contain and each inlined
stack frame is treated as a single entity.

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63094e0bb161580564954dee512955c1c79d3476 23-Jun-2010 Greg Clayton <gclayton@apple.com> Very large changes that were needed in order to allow multiple connections
to the debugger from GUI windows. Previously there was one global debugger
instance that could be accessed that had its own command interpreter and
current state (current target/process/thread/frame). When a GUI debugger
was attached, if it opened more than one window that each had a console
window, there were issues where the last one to setup the global debugger
object won and got control of the debugger.

To avoid this we now create instances of the lldb_private::Debugger that each
has its own state:
- target list for targets the debugger instance owns
- current process/thread/frame
- its own command interpreter
- its own input, output and error file handles to avoid conflicts
- its own input reader stack

So now clients should call:

SBDebugger::Initialize(); // (static function)

SBDebugger debugger (SBDebugger::Create());
// Use which ever file handles you wish
debugger.SetErrorFileHandle (stderr, false);
debugger.SetOutputFileHandle (stdout, false);
debugger.SetInputFileHandle (stdin, true);

// main loop

SBDebugger::Terminate(); // (static function)

SBDebugger::Initialize() and SBDebugger::Terminate() are ref counted to
ensure nothing gets destroyed too early when multiple clients might be

Cleaned up the command interpreter and the CommandObject and all subclasses
to take more appropriate arguments.

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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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