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src/cddl/contrib/opensolaris/tools/ctf/cvt/dwarf.c

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/*
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*
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*
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*/
/*
* Copyright 2007 Sun Microsystems, Inc. All rights reserved.
* Use is subject to license terms.
*/
/*
* DWARF to tdata conversion
*
* For the most part, conversion is straightforward, proceeding in two passes.
* On the first pass, we iterate through every die, creating new type nodes as
* necessary. Referenced tdesc_t's are created in an uninitialized state, thus
* allowing type reference pointers to be filled in. If the tdesc_t
* corresponding to a given die can be completely filled out (sizes and offsets
* calculated, and so forth) without using any referenced types, the tdesc_t is
* marked as resolved. Consider an array type. If the type corresponding to
* the array contents has not yet been processed, we will create a blank tdesc
* for the contents type (only the type ID will be filled in, relying upon the
* later portion of the first pass to encounter and complete the referenced
* type). We will then attempt to determine the size of the array. If the
* array has a byte size attribute, we will have completely characterized the
* array type, and will be able to mark it as resolved. The lack of a byte
* size attribute, on the other hand, will prevent us from fully resolving the
* type, as the size will only be calculable with reference to the contents
* type, which has not, as yet, been encountered. The array type will thus be
* left without the resolved flag, and the first pass will continue.
*
* When we begin the second pass, we will have created tdesc_t nodes for every
* type in the section. We will traverse the tree, from the iidescs down,
* processing each unresolved node. As the referenced nodes will have been
* populated, the array type used in our example above will be able to use the
* size of the referenced types (if available) to determine its own type. The
* traversal will be repeated until all types have been resolved or we have
* failed to make progress. When all tdescs have been resolved, the conversion
* is complete.
*
* There are, as always, a few special cases that are handled during the first
* and second passes:
*
* 1. Empty enums - GCC will occasionally emit an enum without any members.
* Later on in the file, it will emit the same enum type, though this time
* with the full complement of members. All references to the memberless
* enum need to be redirected to the full definition. During the first
* pass, each enum is entered in dm_enumhash, along with a pointer to its
* corresponding tdesc_t. If, during the second pass, we encounter a
* memberless enum, we use the hash to locate the full definition. All
* tdescs referencing the empty enum are then redirected.
*
* 2. Forward declarations - If the compiler sees a forward declaration for
* a structure, followed by the definition of that structure, it will emit
* DWARF data for both the forward declaration and the definition. We need
* to resolve the forward declarations when possible, by redirecting
* forward-referencing tdescs to the actual struct/union definitions. This
* redirection is done completely within the first pass. We begin by
* recording all forward declarations in dw_fwdhash. When we define a
* structure, we check to see if there have been any corresponding forward
* declarations. If so, we redirect the tdescs which referenced the forward
* declarations to the structure or union definition.
*
* XXX see if a post traverser will allow the elimination of repeated pass 2
* traversals.
*/
#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <string.h>
#include <strings.h>
#include <errno.h>
#include <libelf.h>
#include <libdwarf.h>
#include <libgen.h>
#include <dwarf.h>
#include "ctf_headers.h"
#include "ctftools.h"
#include "memory.h"
#include "list.h"
#include "traverse.h"
/*
* We need to define a couple of our own intrinsics, to smooth out some of the
* differences between the GCC and DevPro DWARF emitters. See the referenced
* routines and the special cases in the file comment for more details.
*
* Type IDs are 32 bits wide. We're going to use the top of that field to
* indicate types that we've created ourselves.
*/
#define TID_FILEMAX 0x3fffffff /* highest tid from file */
#define TID_VOID 0x40000001 /* see die_void() */
#define TID_LONG 0x40000002 /* see die_array() */
#define TID_MFGTID_BASE 0x40000003 /* first mfg'd tid */
/*
* To reduce the staggering amount of error-handling code that would otherwise
* be required, the attribute-retrieval routines handle most of their own
* errors. If the following flag is supplied as the value of the `req'
* argument, they will also handle the absence of a requested attribute by
* terminating the program.
*/
#define DW_ATTR_REQ 1
#define TDESC_HASH_BUCKETS 511
typedef struct dwarf {
Dwarf_Debug dw_dw; /* for libdwarf */
Dwarf_Error dw_err; /* for libdwarf */
Dwarf_Off dw_maxoff; /* highest legal offset in this cu */
tdata_t *dw_td; /* root of the tdesc/iidesc tree */
hash_t *dw_tidhash; /* hash of tdescs by t_id */
hash_t *dw_fwdhash; /* hash of fwd decls by name */
hash_t *dw_enumhash; /* hash of memberless enums by name */
tdesc_t *dw_void; /* manufactured void type */
tdesc_t *dw_long; /* manufactured long type for arrays */
size_t dw_ptrsz; /* size of a pointer in this file */
tid_t dw_mfgtid_last; /* last mfg'd type ID used */
uint_t dw_nunres; /* count of unresolved types */
char *dw_cuname; /* name of compilation unit */
} dwarf_t;
static void die_create_one(dwarf_t *, Dwarf_Die);
static void die_create(dwarf_t *, Dwarf_Die);
static tid_t
mfgtid_next(dwarf_t *dw)
{
return (++dw->dw_mfgtid_last);
}
static void
tdesc_add(dwarf_t *dw, tdesc_t *tdp)
{
hash_add(dw->dw_tidhash, tdp);
}
static tdesc_t *
tdesc_lookup(dwarf_t *dw, int tid)
{
tdesc_t tmpl;
void *tdp;
tmpl.t_id = tid;
if (hash_find(dw->dw_tidhash, &tmpl, &tdp))
return (tdp);
else
return (NULL);
}
/*
* Resolve a tdesc down to a node which should have a size. Returns the size,
* zero if the size hasn't yet been determined.
*/
static size_t
tdesc_size(tdesc_t *tdp)
{
for (;;) {
switch (tdp->t_type) {
case INTRINSIC:
case POINTER:
case ARRAY:
case FUNCTION:
case STRUCT:
case UNION:
case ENUM:
return (tdp->t_size);
case FORWARD:
return (0);
case TYPEDEF:
case VOLATILE:
case CONST:
case RESTRICT:
tdp = tdp->t_tdesc;
continue;
case 0: /* not yet defined */
return (0);
default:
terminate("tdp %u: tdesc_size on unknown type %d\n",
tdp->t_id, tdp->t_type);
}
}
}
static size_t
tdesc_bitsize(tdesc_t *tdp)
{
for (;;) {
switch (tdp->t_type) {
case INTRINSIC:
return (tdp->t_intr->intr_nbits);
case ARRAY:
case FUNCTION:
case STRUCT:
case UNION:
case ENUM:
case POINTER:
return (tdp->t_size * NBBY);
case FORWARD:
return (0);
case TYPEDEF:
case VOLATILE:
case RESTRICT:
case CONST:
tdp = tdp->t_tdesc;
continue;
case 0: /* not yet defined */
return (0);
default:
terminate("tdp %u: tdesc_bitsize on unknown type %d\n",
tdp->t_id, tdp->t_type);
}
}
}
static tdesc_t *
tdesc_basetype(tdesc_t *tdp)
{
for (;;) {
switch (tdp->t_type) {
case TYPEDEF:
case VOLATILE:
case RESTRICT:
case CONST:
tdp = tdp->t_tdesc;
break;
case 0: /* not yet defined */
return (NULL);
default:
return (tdp);
}
}
}
static Dwarf_Off
die_off(dwarf_t *dw, Dwarf_Die die)
{
Dwarf_Off off;
if (dwarf_dieoffset(die, &off, &dw->dw_err) == DW_DLV_OK)
return (off);
terminate("failed to get offset for die: %s\n",
dwarf_errmsg(dw->dw_err));
/*NOTREACHED*/
return (0);
}
static Dwarf_Die
die_sibling(dwarf_t *dw, Dwarf_Die die)
{
Dwarf_Die sib;
int rc;
if ((rc = dwarf_siblingof(dw->dw_dw, die, &sib, &dw->dw_err)) ==
DW_DLV_OK)
return (sib);
else if (rc == DW_DLV_NO_ENTRY)
return (NULL);
terminate("die %llu: failed to find type sibling: %s\n",
die_off(dw, die), dwarf_errmsg(dw->dw_err));
/*NOTREACHED*/
return (NULL);
}
static Dwarf_Die
die_child(dwarf_t *dw, Dwarf_Die die)
{
Dwarf_Die child;
int rc;
if ((rc = dwarf_child(die, &child, &dw->dw_err)) == DW_DLV_OK)
return (child);
else if (rc == DW_DLV_NO_ENTRY)
return (NULL);
terminate("die %llu: failed to find type child: %s\n",
die_off(dw, die), dwarf_errmsg(dw->dw_err));
/*NOTREACHED*/
return (NULL);
}
static Dwarf_Half
die_tag(dwarf_t *dw, Dwarf_Die die)
{
Dwarf_Half tag;
if (dwarf_tag(die, &tag, &dw->dw_err) == DW_DLV_OK)
return (tag);
terminate("die %llu: failed to get tag for type: %s\n",
die_off(dw, die), dwarf_errmsg(dw->dw_err));
/*NOTREACHED*/
return (0);
}
static Dwarf_Attribute
die_attr(dwarf_t *dw, Dwarf_Die die, Dwarf_Half name, int req)
{
Dwarf_Attribute attr;
int rc;
if ((rc = dwarf_attr(die, name, &attr, &dw->dw_err)) == DW_DLV_OK) {
return (attr);
} else if (rc == DW_DLV_NO_ENTRY) {
if (req) {
terminate("die %llu: no attr 0x%x\n", die_off(dw, die),
name);
} else {
return (NULL);
}
}
terminate("die %llu: failed to get attribute for type: %s\n",
die_off(dw, die), dwarf_errmsg(dw->dw_err));
/*NOTREACHED*/
return (NULL);
}
static int
die_signed(dwarf_t *dw, Dwarf_Die die, Dwarf_Half name, Dwarf_Signed *valp,
int req)
{
*valp = 0;
if (dwarf_attrval_signed(die, name, valp, &dw->dw_err) != DW_DLV_OK) {
if (req)
terminate("die %llu: failed to get signed: %s\n",
die_off(dw, die), dwarf_errmsg(dw->dw_err));
return (0);
}
return (1);
}
static int
die_unsigned(dwarf_t *dw, Dwarf_Die die, Dwarf_Half name, Dwarf_Unsigned *valp,
int req)
{
*valp = 0;
if (dwarf_attrval_unsigned(die, name, valp, &dw->dw_err) != DW_DLV_OK) {
if (req)
terminate("die %llu: failed to get unsigned: %s\n",
die_off(dw, die), dwarf_errmsg(dw->dw_err));
return (0);
}
return (1);
}
static int
die_bool(dwarf_t *dw, Dwarf_Die die, Dwarf_Half name, Dwarf_Bool *valp, int req)
{
*valp = 0;
if (dwarf_attrval_flag(die, name, valp, &dw->dw_err) != DW_DLV_OK) {
if (req)
terminate("die %llu: failed to get flag: %s\n",
die_off(dw, die), dwarf_errmsg(dw->dw_err));
return (0);
}
return (1);
}
static int
die_string(dwarf_t *dw, Dwarf_Die die, Dwarf_Half name, char **strp, int req)
{
const char *str = NULL;
if (dwarf_attrval_string(die, name, &str, &dw->dw_err) != DW_DLV_OK ||
str == NULL) {
if (req)
terminate("die %llu: failed to get string: %s\n",
die_off(dw, die), dwarf_errmsg(dw->dw_err));
else
*strp = NULL;
return (0);
} else
*strp = xstrdup(str);
return (1);
}
static Dwarf_Off
die_attr_ref(dwarf_t *dw, Dwarf_Die die, Dwarf_Half name)
{
Dwarf_Off off;
if (dwarf_attrval_unsigned(die, name, &off, &dw->dw_err) != DW_DLV_OK) {
terminate("die %llu: failed to get ref: %s\n",
die_off(dw, die), dwarf_errmsg(dw->dw_err));
}
return (off);
}
static char *
die_name(dwarf_t *dw, Dwarf_Die die)
{
char *str = NULL;
(void) die_string(dw, die, DW_AT_name, &str, 0);
if (str == NULL)
str = xstrdup("");
return (str);
}
static int
die_isdecl(dwarf_t *dw, Dwarf_Die die)
{
Dwarf_Bool val;
return (die_bool(dw, die, DW_AT_declaration, &val, 0) && val);
}
static int
die_isglobal(dwarf_t *dw, Dwarf_Die die)
{
Dwarf_Signed vis;
Dwarf_Bool ext;
/*
* Some compilers (gcc) use DW_AT_external to indicate function
* visibility. Others (Sun) use DW_AT_visibility.
*/
if (die_signed(dw, die, DW_AT_visibility, &vis, 0))
return (vis == DW_VIS_exported);
else
return (die_bool(dw, die, DW_AT_external, &ext, 0) && ext);
}
static tdesc_t *
die_add(dwarf_t *dw, Dwarf_Off off)
{
tdesc_t *tdp = xcalloc(sizeof (tdesc_t));
tdp->t_id = off;
tdesc_add(dw, tdp);
return (tdp);
}
static tdesc_t *
die_lookup_pass1(dwarf_t *dw, Dwarf_Die die, Dwarf_Half name)
{
Dwarf_Off ref = die_attr_ref(dw, die, name);
tdesc_t *tdp;
if ((tdp = tdesc_lookup(dw, ref)) != NULL)
return (tdp);
return (die_add(dw, ref));
}
static int
die_mem_offset(dwarf_t *dw, Dwarf_Die die, Dwarf_Half name,
Dwarf_Unsigned *valp, int req __unused)
{
Dwarf_Locdesc *loc = NULL;
Dwarf_Signed locnum = 0;
Dwarf_Attribute at;
Dwarf_Half form;
if (name != DW_AT_data_member_location)
terminate("die %llu: can only process attribute "
"DW_AT_data_member_location\n", die_off(dw, die));
if ((at = die_attr(dw, die, name, 0)) == NULL)
return (0);
if (dwarf_whatform(at, &form, &dw->dw_err) != DW_DLV_OK)
return (0);
switch (form) {
case DW_FORM_sec_offset:
case DW_FORM_block:
case DW_FORM_block1:
case DW_FORM_block2:
case DW_FORM_block4:
/*
* GCC in base and Clang (3.3 or below) generates
* DW_AT_data_member_location attribute with DW_FORM_block*
* form. The attribute contains one DW_OP_plus_uconst
* operator. The member offset stores in the operand.
*/
if (dwarf_loclist(at, &loc, &locnum, &dw->dw_err) != DW_DLV_OK)
return (0);
if (locnum != 1 || loc->ld_s->lr_atom != DW_OP_plus_uconst) {
terminate("die %llu: cannot parse member offset with "
"operator other than DW_OP_plus_uconst\n",
die_off(dw, die));
}
*valp = loc->ld_s->lr_number;
if (loc != NULL) {
dwarf_dealloc(dw->dw_dw, loc->ld_s, DW_DLA_LOC_BLOCK);
dwarf_dealloc(dw->dw_dw, loc, DW_DLA_LOCDESC);
}
break;
case DW_FORM_data1:
case DW_FORM_data2:
case DW_FORM_data4:
case DW_FORM_data8:
case DW_FORM_udata:
/*
* Clang 3.4 generates DW_AT_data_member_location attribute
* with DW_FORM_data* form (constant class). The attribute
* stores a contant value which is the member offset.
*
* However, note that DW_FORM_data[48] in DWARF version 2 or 3
* could be used as a section offset (offset into .debug_loc in
* this case). Here we assume the attribute always stores a
* constant because we know Clang 3.4 does this and GCC in
* base won't emit DW_FORM_data[48] for this attribute. This
* code will remain correct if future vesrions of Clang and
* GCC conform to DWARF4 standard and only use the form
* DW_FORM_sec_offset for section offset.
*/
if (dwarf_attrval_unsigned(die, name, valp, &dw->dw_err) !=
DW_DLV_OK)
return (0);
break;
default:
terminate("die %llu: cannot parse member offset with form "
"%u\n", die_off(dw, die), form);
}
return (1);
}
static tdesc_t *
tdesc_intr_common(dwarf_t *dw, int tid, const char *name, size_t sz)
{
tdesc_t *tdp;
intr_t *intr;
intr = xcalloc(sizeof (intr_t));
intr->intr_type = INTR_INT;
intr->intr_signed = 1;
intr->intr_nbits = sz * NBBY;
tdp = xcalloc(sizeof (tdesc_t));
tdp->t_name = xstrdup(name);
tdp->t_size = sz;
tdp->t_id = tid;
tdp->t_type = INTRINSIC;
tdp->t_intr = intr;
tdp->t_flags = TDESC_F_RESOLVED;
tdesc_add(dw, tdp);
return (tdp);
}
/*
* Manufacture a void type. Used for gcc-emitted stabs, where the lack of a
* type reference implies a reference to a void type. A void *, for example
* will be represented by a pointer die without a DW_AT_type. CTF requires
* that pointer nodes point to something, so we'll create a void for use as
* the target. Note that the DWARF data may already create a void type. Ours
* would then be a duplicate, but it'll be removed in the self-uniquification
* merge performed at the completion of DWARF->tdesc conversion.
*/
static tdesc_t *
tdesc_intr_void(dwarf_t *dw)
{
if (dw->dw_void == NULL)
dw->dw_void = tdesc_intr_common(dw, TID_VOID, "void", 0);
return (dw->dw_void);
}
static tdesc_t *
tdesc_intr_long(dwarf_t *dw)
{
if (dw->dw_long == NULL) {
dw->dw_long = tdesc_intr_common(dw, TID_LONG, "long",
dw->dw_ptrsz);
}
return (dw->dw_long);
}
/*
* Used for creating bitfield types. We create a copy of an existing intrinsic,
* adjusting the size of the copy to match what the caller requested. The
* caller can then use the copy as the type for a bitfield structure member.
*/
static tdesc_t *
tdesc_intr_clone(dwarf_t *dw, tdesc_t *old, size_t bitsz, const char *suffix)
{
tdesc_t *new = xcalloc(sizeof (tdesc_t));
if (!(old->t_flags & TDESC_F_RESOLVED)) {
terminate("tdp %u: attempt to make a bit field from an "
"unresolved type\n", old->t_id);
}
xasprintf(&new->t_name, "%s %s", old->t_name, suffix);
new->t_size = old->t_size;
new->t_id = mfgtid_next(dw);
new->t_type = INTRINSIC;
new->t_flags = TDESC_F_RESOLVED;
new->t_intr = xcalloc(sizeof (intr_t));
bcopy(old->t_intr, new->t_intr, sizeof (intr_t));
new->t_intr->intr_nbits = bitsz;
tdesc_add(dw, new);
return (new);
}
static void
tdesc_array_create(dwarf_t *dw, Dwarf_Die dim, tdesc_t *arrtdp,
tdesc_t *dimtdp)
{
Dwarf_Unsigned uval;
Dwarf_Signed sval;
tdesc_t *ctdp = NULL;
Dwarf_Die dim2;
ardef_t *ar;
if ((dim2 = die_sibling(dw, dim)) == NULL) {
ctdp = arrtdp;
} else if (die_tag(dw, dim2) == DW_TAG_subrange_type) {
ctdp = xcalloc(sizeof (tdesc_t));
ctdp->t_id = mfgtid_next(dw);
debug(3, "die %llu: creating new type %u for sub-dimension\n",
die_off(dw, dim2), ctdp->t_id);
tdesc_array_create(dw, dim2, arrtdp, ctdp);
} else {
terminate("die %llu: unexpected non-subrange node in array\n",
die_off(dw, dim2));
}
dimtdp->t_type = ARRAY;
dimtdp->t_ardef = ar = xcalloc(sizeof (ardef_t));
/*
* Array bounds can be signed or unsigned, but there are several kinds
* of signless forms (data1, data2, etc) that take their sign from the
* routine that is trying to interpret them. That is, data1 can be
* either signed or unsigned, depending on whether you use the signed or
* unsigned accessor function. GCC will use the signless forms to store
* unsigned values which have their high bit set, so we need to try to
* read them first as unsigned to get positive values. We could also
* try signed first, falling back to unsigned if we got a negative
* value.
*/
if (die_unsigned(dw, dim, DW_AT_upper_bound, &uval, 0))
ar->ad_nelems = uval + 1;
else if (die_signed(dw, dim, DW_AT_upper_bound, &sval, 0))
ar->ad_nelems = sval + 1;
else if (die_unsigned(dw, dim, DW_AT_count, &uval, 0))
ar->ad_nelems = uval;
else if (die_signed(dw, dim, DW_AT_count, &sval, 0))
ar->ad_nelems = sval;
else
ar->ad_nelems = 0;
/*
* Different compilers use different index types. Force the type to be
* a common, known value (long).
*/
ar->ad_idxtype = tdesc_intr_long(dw);
ar->ad_contents = ctdp;
if (ar->ad_contents->t_size != 0) {
dimtdp->t_size = ar->ad_contents->t_size * ar->ad_nelems;
dimtdp->t_flags |= TDESC_F_RESOLVED;
}
}
/*
* Create a tdesc from an array node. Some arrays will come with byte size
* attributes, and thus can be resolved immediately. Others don't, and will
* need to wait until the second pass for resolution.
*/
static void
die_array_create(dwarf_t *dw, Dwarf_Die arr, Dwarf_Off off, tdesc_t *tdp)
{
tdesc_t *arrtdp = die_lookup_pass1(dw, arr, DW_AT_type);
Dwarf_Unsigned uval;
Dwarf_Die dim;
debug(3, "die %llu <%llx>: creating array\n", off, off);
if ((dim = die_child(dw, arr)) == NULL ||
die_tag(dw, dim) != DW_TAG_subrange_type)
terminate("die %llu: failed to retrieve array bounds\n", off);
tdesc_array_create(dw, dim, arrtdp, tdp);
if (die_unsigned(dw, arr, DW_AT_byte_size, &uval, 0)) {
tdesc_t *dimtdp;
int flags;
tdp->t_size = uval;
/*
* Ensure that sub-dimensions have sizes too before marking
* as resolved.
*/
flags = TDESC_F_RESOLVED;
for (dimtdp = tdp->t_ardef->ad_contents;
dimtdp->t_type == ARRAY;
dimtdp = dimtdp->t_ardef->ad_contents) {
if (!(dimtdp->t_flags & TDESC_F_RESOLVED)) {
flags = 0;
break;
}
}
tdp->t_flags |= flags;
}
debug(3, "die %llu <%llx>: array nelems %u size %u\n", off, off,
tdp->t_ardef->ad_nelems, tdp->t_size);
}
/*ARGSUSED1*/
static int
die_array_resolve(tdesc_t *tdp, tdesc_t **tdpp __unused, void *private)
{
dwarf_t *dw = private;
size_t sz;
if (tdp->t_flags & TDESC_F_RESOLVED)
return (1);
debug(3, "trying to resolve array %d (cont %d)\n", tdp->t_id,
tdp->t_ardef->ad_contents->t_id);
if ((sz = tdesc_size(tdp->t_ardef->ad_contents)) == 0 &&
(tdp->t_ardef->ad_contents->t_flags & TDESC_F_RESOLVED) == 0) {
debug(3, "unable to resolve array %s (%d) contents %d\n",
tdesc_name(tdp), tdp->t_id,
tdp->t_ardef->ad_contents->t_id);
dw->dw_nunres++;
return (1);
}
tdp->t_size = sz * tdp->t_ardef->ad_nelems;
tdp->t_flags |= TDESC_F_RESOLVED;
debug(3, "resolved array %d: %u bytes\n", tdp->t_id, tdp->t_size);
return (1);
}
/*ARGSUSED1*/
static int
die_array_failed(tdesc_t *tdp, tdesc_t **tdpp __unused, void *private __unused)
{
tdesc_t *cont = tdp->t_ardef->ad_contents;
if (tdp->t_flags & TDESC_F_RESOLVED)
return (1);
fprintf(stderr, "Array %d: failed to size contents type %s (%d)\n",
tdp->t_id, tdesc_name(cont), cont->t_id);
return (1);
}
/*
* Most enums (those with members) will be resolved during this first pass.
* Others - those without members (see the file comment) - won't be, and will
* need to wait until the second pass when they can be matched with their full
* definitions.
*/
static void
die_enum_create(dwarf_t *dw, Dwarf_Die die, Dwarf_Off off, tdesc_t *tdp)
{
Dwarf_Die mem;
Dwarf_Unsigned uval;
Dwarf_Signed sval;
if (die_isdecl(dw, die)) {
tdp->t_type = FORWARD;
return;
}
debug(3, "die %llu: creating enum\n", off);
tdp->t_type = ENUM;
(void) die_unsigned(dw, die, DW_AT_byte_size, &uval, DW_ATTR_REQ);
tdp->t_size = uval;
if ((mem = die_child(dw, die)) != NULL) {
elist_t **elastp = &tdp->t_emem;
do {
elist_t *el;
if (die_tag(dw, mem) != DW_TAG_enumerator) {
/* Nested type declaration */
die_create_one(dw, mem);
continue;
}
el = xcalloc(sizeof (elist_t));
el->el_name = die_name(dw, mem);
if (die_signed(dw, mem, DW_AT_const_value, &sval, 0)) {
el->el_number = sval;
} else if (die_unsigned(dw, mem, DW_AT_const_value,
&uval, 0)) {
el->el_number = uval;
} else {
terminate("die %llu: enum %llu: member without "
"value\n", off, die_off(dw, mem));
}
debug(3, "die %llu: enum %llu: created %s = %d\n", off,
die_off(dw, mem), el->el_name, el->el_number);
*elastp = el;
elastp = &el->el_next;
} while ((mem = die_sibling(dw, mem)) != NULL);
hash_add(dw->dw_enumhash, tdp);
tdp->t_flags |= TDESC_F_RESOLVED;
if (tdp->t_name != NULL) {
iidesc_t *ii = xcalloc(sizeof (iidesc_t));
ii->ii_type = II_SOU;
ii->ii_name = xstrdup(tdp->t_name);
ii->ii_dtype = tdp;
iidesc_add(dw->dw_td->td_iihash, ii);
}
}
}
static int
die_enum_match(void *arg1, void *arg2)
{
tdesc_t *tdp = arg1, **fullp = arg2;
if (tdp->t_emem != NULL) {
*fullp = tdp;
return (-1); /* stop the iteration */
}
return (0);
}
/*ARGSUSED1*/
static int
die_enum_resolve(tdesc_t *tdp, tdesc_t **tdpp __unused, void *private)
{
dwarf_t *dw = private;
tdesc_t *full = NULL;
if (tdp->t_flags & TDESC_F_RESOLVED)
return (1);
(void) hash_find_iter(dw->dw_enumhash, tdp, die_enum_match, &full);
/*
* The answer to this one won't change from iteration to iteration,
* so don't even try.
*/
if (full == NULL) {
terminate("tdp %u: enum %s has no members\n", tdp->t_id,
tdesc_name(tdp));
}
debug(3, "tdp %u: enum %s redirected to %u\n", tdp->t_id,
tdesc_name(tdp), full->t_id);
tdp->t_flags |= TDESC_F_RESOLVED;
return (1);
}
static int
die_fwd_map(void *arg1, void *arg2)
{
tdesc_t *fwd = arg1, *sou = arg2;
debug(3, "tdp %u: mapped forward %s to sou %u\n", fwd->t_id,
tdesc_name(fwd), sou->t_id);
fwd->t_tdesc = sou;
return (0);
}
/*
* Structures and unions will never be resolved during the first pass, as we
* won't be able to fully determine the member sizes. The second pass, which
* have access to sizing information, will be able to complete the resolution.
*/
static void
die_sou_create(dwarf_t *dw, Dwarf_Die str, Dwarf_Off off, tdesc_t *tdp,
int type, const char *typename)
{
Dwarf_Unsigned sz, bitsz, bitoff;
#if BYTE_ORDER == _LITTLE_ENDIAN
Dwarf_Unsigned bysz;
#endif
Dwarf_Die mem;
mlist_t *ml, **mlastp;
iidesc_t *ii;
tdp->t_type = (die_isdecl(dw, str) ? FORWARD : type);
debug(3, "die %llu: creating %s %s\n", off,
(tdp->t_type == FORWARD ? "forward decl" : typename),
tdesc_name(tdp));
if (tdp->t_type == FORWARD) {
hash_add(dw->dw_fwdhash, tdp);
return;
}
(void) hash_find_iter(dw->dw_fwdhash, tdp, die_fwd_map, tdp);
(void) die_unsigned(dw, str, DW_AT_byte_size, &sz, DW_ATTR_REQ);
tdp->t_size = sz;
/*
* GCC allows empty SOUs as an extension.
*/
if ((mem = die_child(dw, str)) == NULL) {
goto out;
}
mlastp = &tdp->t_members;
do {
Dwarf_Off memoff = die_off(dw, mem);
Dwarf_Half tag = die_tag(dw, mem);
Dwarf_Unsigned mloff;
if (tag != DW_TAG_member) {
/* Nested type declaration */
die_create_one(dw, mem);
continue;
}
debug(3, "die %llu: mem %llu: creating member\n", off, memoff);
ml = xcalloc(sizeof (mlist_t));
/*
* This could be a GCC anon struct/union member, so we'll allow
* an empty name, even though nothing can really handle them
* properly. Note that some versions of GCC miss out debug
* info for anon structs, though recent versions are fixed (gcc
* bug 11816).
*/
if ((ml->ml_name = die_name(dw, mem)) == NULL)
ml->ml_name = NULL;
ml->ml_type = die_lookup_pass1(dw, mem, DW_AT_type);
if (die_mem_offset(dw, mem, DW_AT_data_member_location,
&mloff, 0)) {
debug(3, "die %llu: got mloff %llx\n", off,
(u_longlong_t)mloff);
ml->ml_offset = mloff * 8;
}
if (die_unsigned(dw, mem, DW_AT_bit_size, &bitsz, 0))
ml->ml_size = bitsz;
else
ml->ml_size = tdesc_bitsize(ml->ml_type);
if (die_unsigned(dw, mem, DW_AT_bit_offset, &bitoff, 0)) {
#if BYTE_ORDER == _BIG_ENDIAN
ml->ml_offset += bitoff;
#else
/*
* Note that Clang 3.4 will sometimes generate
* member DIE before generating the DIE for the
* member's type. The code can not handle this
* properly so that tdesc_bitsize(ml->ml_type) will
* return 0 because ml->ml_type is unknown. As a
* result, a wrong member offset will be calculated.
* To workaround this, we can instead try to
* retrieve the value of DW_AT_byte_size attribute
* which stores the byte size of the space occupied
* by the type. If this attribute exists, its value
* should equal to tdesc_bitsize(ml->ml_type)/NBBY.
*/
if (die_unsigned(dw, mem, DW_AT_byte_size, &bysz, 0) &&
bysz > 0)
ml->ml_offset += bysz * NBBY - bitoff -
ml->ml_size;
else
ml->ml_offset += tdesc_bitsize(ml->ml_type) -
bitoff - ml->ml_size;
#endif
}
debug(3, "die %llu: mem %llu: created \"%s\" (off %u sz %u)\n",
off, memoff, ml->ml_name, ml->ml_offset, ml->ml_size);
*mlastp = ml;
mlastp = &ml->ml_next;
} while ((mem = die_sibling(dw, mem)) != NULL);
/*
* GCC will attempt to eliminate unused types, thus decreasing the
* size of the emitted dwarf. That is, if you declare a foo_t in your
* header, include said header in your source file, and neglect to
* actually use (directly or indirectly) the foo_t in the source file,
* the foo_t won't make it into the emitted DWARF. So, at least, goes
* the theory.
*
* Occasionally, it'll emit the DW_TAG_structure_type for the foo_t,
* and then neglect to emit the members. Strangely, the loner struct
* tag will always be followed by a proper nested declaration of
* something else. This is clearly a bug, but we're not going to have
* time to get it fixed before this goo goes back, so we'll have to work
* around it. If we see a no-membered struct with a nested declaration
* (i.e. die_child of the struct tag won't be null), we'll ignore it.
* Being paranoid, we won't simply remove it from the hash. Instead,
* we'll decline to create an iidesc for it, thus ensuring that this
* type won't make it into the output file. To be safe, we'll also
* change the name.
*/
if (tdp->t_members == NULL) {
const char *old = tdesc_name(tdp);
size_t newsz = 7 + strlen(old) + 1;
char *new = xmalloc(newsz);
(void) snprintf(new, newsz, "orphan %s", old);
debug(3, "die %llu: worked around %s %s\n", off, typename, old);
if (tdp->t_name != NULL)
free(tdp->t_name);
tdp->t_name = new;
return;
}
out:
if (tdp->t_name != NULL) {
ii = xcalloc(sizeof (iidesc_t));
ii->ii_type = II_SOU;
ii->ii_name = xstrdup(tdp->t_name);
ii->ii_dtype = tdp;
iidesc_add(dw->dw_td->td_iihash, ii);
}
}
static void
die_struct_create(dwarf_t *dw, Dwarf_Die die, Dwarf_Off off, tdesc_t *tdp)
{
die_sou_create(dw, die, off, tdp, STRUCT, "struct");
}
static void
die_union_create(dwarf_t *dw, Dwarf_Die die, Dwarf_Off off, tdesc_t *tdp)
{
die_sou_create(dw, die, off, tdp, UNION, "union");
}
/*ARGSUSED1*/
static int
die_sou_resolve(tdesc_t *tdp, tdesc_t **tdpp __unused, void *private)
{
dwarf_t *dw = private;
mlist_t *ml;
tdesc_t *mt;
if (tdp->t_flags & TDESC_F_RESOLVED)
return (1);
debug(3, "resolving sou %s\n", tdesc_name(tdp));
for (ml = tdp->t_members; ml != NULL; ml = ml->ml_next) {
if (ml->ml_size == 0) {
mt = tdesc_basetype(ml->ml_type);
if ((ml->ml_size = tdesc_bitsize(mt)) != 0)
continue;
/*
* For empty members, or GCC/C99 flexible array
* members, a size of 0 is correct. Structs and unions
* consisting of flexible array members will also have
* size 0.
*/
if (mt->t_members == NULL)
continue;
if (mt->t_type == ARRAY) {
if (mt->t_ardef->ad_nelems == 0)
continue;
mt = tdesc_basetype(mt->t_ardef->ad_contents);
if ((mt->t_flags & TDESC_F_RESOLVED) != 0 &&
(mt->t_type == STRUCT ||
mt->t_type == UNION) &&
mt->t_members == NULL)
continue;
}
if ((mt->t_flags & TDESC_F_RESOLVED) != 0 &&
(mt->t_type == STRUCT || mt->t_type == UNION))
continue;
dw->dw_nunres++;
return (1);
}
if ((mt = tdesc_basetype(ml->ml_type)) == NULL) {
dw->dw_nunres++;
return (1);
}
if (ml->ml_size != 0 && mt->t_type == INTRINSIC &&
mt->t_intr->intr_nbits != ml->ml_size) {
/*
* This member is a bitfield, and needs to reference
* an intrinsic type with the same width. If the
* currently-referenced type isn't of the same width,
* we'll copy it, adjusting the width of the copy to
* the size we'd like.
*/
debug(3, "tdp %u: creating bitfield for %d bits\n",
tdp->t_id, ml->ml_size);
ml->ml_type = tdesc_intr_clone(dw, mt, ml->ml_size,
"bitfield");
}
}
tdp->t_flags |= TDESC_F_RESOLVED;
return (1);
}
/*ARGSUSED1*/
static int
die_sou_failed(tdesc_t *tdp, tdesc_t **tdpp __unused, void *private __unused)
{
const char *typename = (tdp->t_type == STRUCT ? "struct" : "union");
mlist_t *ml;
if (tdp->t_flags & TDESC_F_RESOLVED)
return (1);
for (ml = tdp->t_members; ml != NULL; ml = ml->ml_next) {
if (ml->ml_size == 0) {
fprintf(stderr, "%s %d <%x>: failed to size member \"%s\" "
"of type %s (%d <%x>)\n", typename, tdp->t_id,
tdp->t_id,
ml->ml_name, tdesc_name(ml->ml_type),
ml->ml_type->t_id, ml->ml_type->t_id);
}
}
return (1);
}
static void
die_funcptr_create(dwarf_t *dw, Dwarf_Die die, Dwarf_Off off, tdesc_t *tdp)
{
Dwarf_Attribute attr;
Dwarf_Half tag;
Dwarf_Die arg;
fndef_t *fn;
int i;
debug(3, "die %llu <%llx>: creating function pointer\n", off, off);
/*
* We'll begin by processing any type definition nodes that may be
* lurking underneath this one.
*/
for (arg = die_child(dw, die); arg != NULL;
arg = die_sibling(dw, arg)) {
if ((tag = die_tag(dw, arg)) != DW_TAG_formal_parameter &&
tag != DW_TAG_unspecified_parameters) {
/* Nested type declaration */
die_create_one(dw, arg);
}
}
if (die_isdecl(dw, die)) {
/*
* This is a prototype. We don't add prototypes to the
* tree, so we're going to drop the tdesc. Unfortunately,
* it has already been added to the tree. Nobody will reference
* it, though, and it will be leaked.
*/
return;
}
fn = xcalloc(sizeof (fndef_t));
tdp->t_type = FUNCTION;
if ((attr = die_attr(dw, die, DW_AT_type, 0)) != NULL) {
fn->fn_ret = die_lookup_pass1(dw, die, DW_AT_type);
} else {
fn->fn_ret = tdesc_intr_void(dw);
}
/*
* Count the arguments to the function, then read them in.
*/
for (fn->fn_nargs = 0, arg = die_child(dw, die); arg != NULL;
arg = die_sibling(dw, arg)) {
if ((tag = die_tag(dw, arg)) == DW_TAG_formal_parameter)
fn->fn_nargs++;
else if (tag == DW_TAG_unspecified_parameters &&
fn->fn_nargs > 0)
fn->fn_vargs = 1;
}
if (fn->fn_nargs != 0) {
debug(3, "die %llu: adding %d argument%s\n", off, fn->fn_nargs,
(fn->fn_nargs > 1 ? "s" : ""));
fn->fn_args = xcalloc(sizeof (tdesc_t *) * fn->fn_nargs);
for (i = 0, arg = die_child(dw, die);
arg != NULL && i < (int) fn->fn_nargs;
arg = die_sibling(dw, arg)) {
if (die_tag(dw, arg) != DW_TAG_formal_parameter)
continue;
fn->fn_args[i++] = die_lookup_pass1(dw, arg,
DW_AT_type);
}
}
tdp->t_fndef = fn;
tdp->t_flags |= TDESC_F_RESOLVED;
}
/*
* GCC and DevPro use different names for the base types. While the terms are
* the same, they are arranged in a different order. Some terms, such as int,
* are implied in one, and explicitly named in the other. Given a base type
* as input, this routine will return a common name, along with an intr_t
* that reflects said name.
*/
static intr_t *
die_base_name_parse(const char *name, char **newp)
{
char buf[256];
char const *base;
char *c;
int nlong = 0, nshort = 0, nchar = 0, nint = 0;
int sign = 1;
char fmt = '\0';
intr_t *intr;
if (strlen(name) > sizeof (buf) - 1)
terminate("base type name \"%s\" is too long\n", name);
strncpy(buf, name, sizeof (buf));
for (c = strtok(buf, " "); c != NULL; c = strtok(NULL, " ")) {
if (strcmp(c, "signed") == 0)
sign = 1;
else if (strcmp(c, "unsigned") == 0)
sign = 0;
else if (strcmp(c, "long") == 0)
nlong++;
else if (strcmp(c, "char") == 0) {
nchar++;
fmt = 'c';
} else if (strcmp(c, "short") == 0)
nshort++;
else if (strcmp(c, "int") == 0)
nint++;
else {
/*
* If we don't recognize any of the tokens, we'll tell
* the caller to fall back to the dwarf-provided
* encoding information.
*/
return (NULL);
}
}
if (nchar > 1 || nshort > 1 || nint > 1 || nlong > 2)
return (NULL);
if (nchar > 0) {
if (nlong > 0 || nshort > 0 || nint > 0)
return (NULL);
base = "char";
} else if (nshort > 0) {
if (nlong > 0)
return (NULL);
base = "short";
} else if (nlong > 0) {
base = "long";
} else {
base = "int";
}
intr = xcalloc(sizeof (intr_t));
intr->intr_type = INTR_INT;
intr->intr_signed = sign;
intr->intr_iformat = fmt;
snprintf(buf, sizeof (buf), "%s%s%s",
(sign ? "" : "unsigned "),
(nlong > 1 ? "long " : ""),
base);
*newp = xstrdup(buf);
return (intr);
}
typedef struct fp_size_map {
size_t fsm_typesz[2]; /* size of {32,64} type */
uint_t fsm_enc[3]; /* CTF_FP_* for {bare,cplx,imagry} type */
} fp_size_map_t;
static const fp_size_map_t fp_encodings[] = {
{ { 4, 4 }, { CTF_FP_SINGLE, CTF_FP_CPLX, CTF_FP_IMAGRY } },
{ { 8, 8 }, { CTF_FP_DOUBLE, CTF_FP_DCPLX, CTF_FP_DIMAGRY } },
#ifdef __sparc
{ { 16, 16 }, { CTF_FP_LDOUBLE, CTF_FP_LDCPLX, CTF_FP_LDIMAGRY } },
#else
{ { 12, 16 }, { CTF_FP_LDOUBLE, CTF_FP_LDCPLX, CTF_FP_LDIMAGRY } },
#endif
{ { 0, 0 }, { 0, 0, 0 } }
};
static uint_t
die_base_type2enc(dwarf_t *dw, Dwarf_Off off, Dwarf_Signed enc, size_t sz)
{
const fp_size_map_t *map = fp_encodings;
uint_t szidx = dw->dw_ptrsz == sizeof (uint64_t);
uint_t mult = 1, col = 0;
if (enc == DW_ATE_complex_float) {
mult = 2;
col = 1;
} else if (enc == DW_ATE_imaginary_float
#ifdef illumos
|| enc == DW_ATE_SUN_imaginary_float
#endif
)
col = 2;
while (map->fsm_typesz[szidx] != 0) {
if (map->fsm_typesz[szidx] * mult == sz)
return (map->fsm_enc[col]);
map++;
}
terminate("die %llu: unrecognized real type size %u\n", off, sz);
/*NOTREACHED*/
return (0);
}
static intr_t *
die_base_from_dwarf(dwarf_t *dw, Dwarf_Die base, Dwarf_Off off, size_t sz)
{
intr_t *intr = xcalloc(sizeof (intr_t));
Dwarf_Signed enc;
(void) die_signed(dw, base, DW_AT_encoding, &enc, DW_ATTR_REQ);
switch (enc) {
case DW_ATE_unsigned:
case DW_ATE_address:
intr->intr_type = INTR_INT;
break;
case DW_ATE_unsigned_char:
intr->intr_type = INTR_INT;
intr->intr_iformat = 'c';
break;
case DW_ATE_signed:
intr->intr_type = INTR_INT;
intr->intr_signed = 1;
break;
case DW_ATE_signed_char:
intr->intr_type = INTR_INT;
intr->intr_signed = 1;
intr->intr_iformat = 'c';
break;
case DW_ATE_boolean:
intr->intr_type = INTR_INT;
intr->intr_signed = 1;
intr->intr_iformat = 'b';
break;
case DW_ATE_float:
case DW_ATE_complex_float:
case DW_ATE_imaginary_float:
#ifdef illumos
case DW_ATE_SUN_imaginary_float:
case DW_ATE_SUN_interval_float:
#endif
intr->intr_type = INTR_REAL;
intr->intr_signed = 1;
intr->intr_fformat = die_base_type2enc(dw, off, enc, sz);
break;
default:
terminate("die %llu: unknown base type encoding 0x%llx\n",
off, enc);
}
return (intr);
}
static void
die_base_create(dwarf_t *dw, Dwarf_Die base, Dwarf_Off off, tdesc_t *tdp)
{
Dwarf_Unsigned sz;
intr_t *intr;
char *new;
debug(3, "die %llu: creating base type\n", off);
/*
* The compilers have their own clever (internally inconsistent) ideas
* as to what base types should look like. Some times gcc will, for
* example, use DW_ATE_signed_char for char. Other times, however, it
* will use DW_ATE_signed. Needless to say, this causes some problems
* down the road, particularly with merging. We do, however, use the
* DWARF idea of type sizes, as this allows us to avoid caring about
* the data model.
*/
(void) die_unsigned(dw, base, DW_AT_byte_size, &sz, DW_ATTR_REQ);
if (tdp->t_name == NULL)
terminate("die %llu: base type without name\n", off);
/* XXX make a name parser for float too */
if ((intr = die_base_name_parse(tdp->t_name, &new)) != NULL) {
/* Found it. We'll use the parsed version */
debug(3, "die %llu: name \"%s\" remapped to \"%s\"\n", off,
tdesc_name(tdp), new);
free(tdp->t_name);
tdp->t_name = new;
} else {
/*
* We didn't recognize the type, so we'll create an intr_t
* based on the DWARF data.
*/
debug(3, "die %llu: using dwarf data for base \"%s\"\n", off,
tdesc_name(tdp));
intr = die_base_from_dwarf(dw, base, off, sz);
}
intr->intr_nbits = sz * 8;
tdp->t_type = INTRINSIC;
tdp->t_intr = intr;
tdp->t_size = sz;
tdp->t_flags |= TDESC_F_RESOLVED;
}
static void
die_through_create(dwarf_t *dw, Dwarf_Die die, Dwarf_Off off, tdesc_t *tdp,
int type, const char *typename)
{
Dwarf_Attribute attr;
debug(3, "die %llu <%llx>: creating %s type %d\n", off, off, typename, type);
tdp->t_type = type;
if ((attr = die_attr(dw, die, DW_AT_type, 0)) != NULL) {
tdp->t_tdesc = die_lookup_pass1(dw, die, DW_AT_type);
} else {
tdp->t_tdesc = tdesc_intr_void(dw);
}
if (type == POINTER)
tdp->t_size = dw->dw_ptrsz;
tdp->t_flags |= TDESC_F_RESOLVED;
if (type == TYPEDEF) {
iidesc_t *ii = xcalloc(sizeof (iidesc_t));
ii->ii_type = II_TYPE;
ii->ii_name = xstrdup(tdp->t_name);
ii->ii_dtype = tdp;
iidesc_add(dw->dw_td->td_iihash, ii);
}
}
static void
die_typedef_create(dwarf_t *dw, Dwarf_Die die, Dwarf_Off off, tdesc_t *tdp)
{
die_through_create(dw, die, off, tdp, TYPEDEF, "typedef");
}
static void
die_const_create(dwarf_t *dw, Dwarf_Die die, Dwarf_Off off, tdesc_t *tdp)
{
die_through_create(dw, die, off, tdp, CONST, "const");
}
static void
die_pointer_create(dwarf_t *dw, Dwarf_Die die, Dwarf_Off off, tdesc_t *tdp)
{
die_through_create(dw, die, off, tdp, POINTER, "pointer");
}
static void
die_restrict_create(dwarf_t *dw, Dwarf_Die die, Dwarf_Off off, tdesc_t *tdp)
{
die_through_create(dw, die, off, tdp, RESTRICT, "restrict");
}
static void
die_volatile_create(dwarf_t *dw, Dwarf_Die die, Dwarf_Off off, tdesc_t *tdp)
{
die_through_create(dw, die, off, tdp, VOLATILE, "volatile");
}
/*ARGSUSED3*/
static void
die_function_create(dwarf_t *dw, Dwarf_Die die, Dwarf_Off off, tdesc_t *tdp __unused)
{
Dwarf_Die arg;
Dwarf_Half tag;
iidesc_t *ii;
char *name;
debug(3, "die %llu <%llx>: creating function definition\n", off, off);
/*
* We'll begin by processing any type definition nodes that may be
* lurking underneath this one.
*/
for (arg = die_child(dw, die); arg != NULL;
arg = die_sibling(dw, arg)) {
if ((tag = die_tag(dw, arg)) != DW_TAG_formal_parameter &&
tag != DW_TAG_variable) {
/* Nested type declaration */
die_create_one(dw, arg);
}
}
if (die_isdecl(dw, die) || (name = die_name(dw, die)) == NULL) {
/*
* We process neither prototypes nor subprograms without
* names.
*/
return;
}
ii = xcalloc(sizeof (iidesc_t));
ii->ii_type = die_isglobal(dw, die) ? II_GFUN : II_SFUN;
ii->ii_name = name;
if (ii->ii_type == II_SFUN)
ii->ii_owner = xstrdup(dw->dw_cuname);
debug(3, "die %llu: function %s is %s\n", off, ii->ii_name,
(ii->ii_type == II_GFUN ? "global" : "static"));
if (die_attr(dw, die, DW_AT_type, 0) != NULL)
ii->ii_dtype = die_lookup_pass1(dw, die, DW_AT_type);
else
ii->ii_dtype = tdesc_intr_void(dw);
for (arg = die_child(dw, die); arg != NULL;
arg = die_sibling(dw, arg)) {
char *name1;
debug(3, "die %llu: looking at sub member at %llu\n",
off, die_off(dw, die));
if (die_tag(dw, arg) != DW_TAG_formal_parameter)
continue;
if ((name1 = die_name(dw, arg)) == NULL) {
terminate("die %llu: func arg %d has no name\n",
off, ii->ii_nargs + 1);
}
if (strcmp(name1, "...") == 0) {
free(name1);
ii->ii_vargs = 1;
continue;
}
free(name1);
ii->ii_nargs++;
}
if (ii->ii_nargs > 0) {
int i;
debug(3, "die %llu: function has %d argument%s\n", off,
ii->ii_nargs, (ii->ii_nargs == 1 ? "" : "s"));
ii->ii_args = xcalloc(sizeof (tdesc_t) * ii->ii_nargs);
for (arg = die_child(dw, die), i = 0;
arg != NULL && i < ii->ii_nargs;
arg = die_sibling(dw, arg)) {
if (die_tag(dw, arg) != DW_TAG_formal_parameter)
continue;
ii->ii_args[i++] = die_lookup_pass1(dw, arg,
DW_AT_type);
}
}
iidesc_add(dw->dw_td->td_iihash, ii);
}
/*ARGSUSED3*/
static void
die_variable_create(dwarf_t *dw, Dwarf_Die die, Dwarf_Off off, tdesc_t *tdp __unused)
{
iidesc_t *ii;
char *name;
debug(3, "die %llu: creating object definition\n", off);
if (die_isdecl(dw, die) || (name = die_name(dw, die)) == NULL)
return; /* skip prototypes and nameless objects */
ii = xcalloc(sizeof (iidesc_t));
ii->ii_type = die_isglobal(dw, die) ? II_GVAR : II_SVAR;
ii->ii_name = name;
ii->ii_dtype = die_lookup_pass1(dw, die, DW_AT_type);