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/* Variables that describe the inferior process running under GDB:
   Where it is, why it stopped, and how to step it.
   Copyright 1986, 1989, 1992 Free Software Foundation, Inc.

This file is part of GDB.

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., 675 Mass Ave, Cambridge, MA 02139, USA.  */

#if !defined (INFERIOR_H)
#define INFERIOR_H 1

/* For bpstat.  */
#include "breakpoint.h"

/* For enum target_signal.  */
#include "target.h"

/* Structure in which to save the status of the inferior.  Save
   through "save_inferior_status", restore through
   This pair of routines should be called around any transfer of
   control to the inferior which you don't want showing up in your
   control variables.  */

struct inferior_status {
  enum target_signal stop_signal;
  CORE_ADDR stop_pc;
  bpstat stop_bpstat;
  int stop_step;
  int stop_stack_dummy;
  int stopped_by_random_signal;
  int trap_expected;
  CORE_ADDR step_range_start;
  CORE_ADDR step_range_end;
  CORE_ADDR step_frame_address;
  int step_over_calls;
  CORE_ADDR step_resume_break_address;
  int stop_after_trap;
  int stop_soon_quietly;
  CORE_ADDR selected_frame_address;
  int selected_level;
  char stop_registers[REGISTER_BYTES];

  /* These are here because if call_function_by_hand has written some
     registers and then decides to call error(), we better not have changed
     any registers.  */
  char registers[REGISTER_BYTES];

  int breakpoint_proceeded;
  int restore_stack_info;
  int proceed_to_finish;
#ifdef EXTRA_INFERIOR_WORDS		/* NeXT-ism: MVS */
  int extra_data[EXTRA_INFERIOR_WORDS];

#ifdef NeXT
enum process_status {
#endif	/* NeXT */

/* This macro gives the number of registers actually in use by the
   inferior.  This may be less than the total number of registers,
   perhaps depending on the actual CPU in use or program being run.  */


extern void save_inferior_status PARAMS ((struct inferior_status *, int));

extern void restore_inferior_status PARAMS ((struct inferior_status *));

extern void set_sigint_trap PARAMS ((void));

extern void clear_sigint_trap PARAMS ((void));

extern void set_sigio_trap PARAMS ((void));

extern void clear_sigio_trap PARAMS ((void));

/* File name for default use for standard in/out in the inferior.  */

extern char *inferior_io_terminal;

/* Pid of our debugged inferior, or 0 if no inferior now.  */

extern int inferior_pid;

/* Character array containing an image of the inferior programs' registers.  */

extern char registers[];

/* Array of validity bits (one per register).  Nonzero at position XXX_REGNUM
   means that `registers' contains a valid copy of inferior register XXX.  */

extern char register_valid[NUM_REGS];

extern void clear_proceed_status PARAMS ((void));

extern void proceed PARAMS ((CORE_ADDR, enum target_signal, int));

extern void kill_inferior PARAMS ((void));

extern void generic_mourn_inferior PARAMS ((void));

extern void terminal_ours PARAMS ((void));

extern int run_stack_dummy PARAMS ((CORE_ADDR, char [REGISTER_BYTES]));

extern CORE_ADDR read_pc PARAMS ((void));

extern CORE_ADDR read_pc_pid PARAMS ((int));

extern void write_pc PARAMS ((CORE_ADDR));

extern CORE_ADDR read_sp PARAMS ((void));

extern void write_sp PARAMS ((CORE_ADDR));

extern CORE_ADDR read_fp PARAMS ((void));

extern void write_fp PARAMS ((CORE_ADDR));

extern void wait_for_inferior PARAMS ((void));

extern void init_wait_for_inferior PARAMS ((void));

extern void close_exec_file PARAMS ((void));

extern void reopen_exec_file PARAMS ((void));

/* The `resume' routine should only be called in special circumstances.
   Normally, use `proceed', which handles a lot of bookkeeping.  */

extern void resume PARAMS ((int, enum target_signal));

/* From misc files */

extern void store_inferior_registers PARAMS ((int));

extern void fetch_inferior_registers PARAMS ((int));

extern void  solib_create_inferior_hook PARAMS ((void));

extern void child_terminal_info PARAMS ((char *, int));

extern void term_info PARAMS ((char *, int));

extern void terminal_ours_for_output PARAMS ((void));

extern void terminal_inferior PARAMS ((void));

extern void terminal_init_inferior PARAMS ((void));

/* From infptrace.c */

extern int attach PARAMS ((int));

void detach PARAMS ((int));

extern void child_resume PARAMS ((int, int, enum target_signal));

#define PTRACE_ARG3_TYPE int	/* Correct definition for most systems. */

extern int call_ptrace PARAMS ((int, int, PTRACE_ARG3_TYPE, int));

/* From procfs.c */

extern int proc_iterate_over_mappings PARAMS ((int (*) (int, CORE_ADDR)));

/* From fork-child.c */

extern void fork_inferior PARAMS ((char *, char *, char **,
				   void (*) (void),
				   void (*) (int), char *));

extern void startup_inferior PARAMS ((int));

/* From inflow.c */

extern void new_tty_prefork PARAMS ((char *));

extern int gdb_has_a_terminal PARAMS ((void));

/* From infrun.c */

extern void start_remote PARAMS ((void));

extern void normal_stop PARAMS ((void));

extern int signal_stop_state PARAMS ((int));

extern int signal_print_state PARAMS ((int));

extern int signal_pass_state PARAMS ((int));

/* From infcmd.c */

extern void tty_command PARAMS ((char *, int));

extern void attach_command PARAMS ((char *, int));

/* Last signal that the inferior received (why it stopped).  */

extern enum target_signal stop_signal;

/* Address at which inferior stopped.  */

extern CORE_ADDR stop_pc;

/* Chain containing status of breakpoint(s) that we have stopped at.  */

extern bpstat stop_bpstat;

/* Flag indicating that a command has proceeded the inferior past the
   current breakpoint.  */

extern int breakpoint_proceeded;

/* Nonzero if stopped due to a step command.  */

extern int stop_step;

/* Nonzero if stopped due to completion of a stack dummy routine.  */

extern int stop_stack_dummy;

/* Nonzero if program stopped due to a random (unexpected) signal in
   inferior process.  */

extern int stopped_by_random_signal;

/* Range to single step within.
   If this is nonzero, respond to a single-step signal
   by continuing to step if the pc is in this range.

   If step_range_start and step_range_end are both 1, it means to step for
   a single instruction (FIXME: it might clean up wait_for_inferior in a
   minor way if this were changed to the address of the instruction and
   that address plus one.  But maybe not.).  */

extern CORE_ADDR step_range_start; /* Inclusive */
extern CORE_ADDR step_range_end; /* Exclusive */

/* Stack frame address as of when stepping command was issued.
   This is how we know when we step into a subroutine call,
   and how to set the frame for the breakpoint used to step out.  */

extern CORE_ADDR step_frame_address;

/* Our notion of the current stack pointer.  */

extern CORE_ADDR step_sp;

/* 1 means step over all subroutine calls.
   -1 means step over calls to undebuggable functions.  */

extern int step_over_calls;

/* If stepping, nonzero means step count is > 1
   so don't print frame next time inferior stops
   if it stops due to stepping.  */

extern int step_multi;

/* Nonzero means expecting a trap and caller will handle it themselves.
   It is used after attach, due to attaching to a process;
   when running in the shell before the child program has been exec'd;
   and when running some kinds of remote stuff (FIXME?).  */

extern int stop_soon_quietly;

/* Nonzero if proceed is being used for a "finish" command or a similar
   situation when stop_registers should be saved.  */

extern int proceed_to_finish;

/* Save register contents here when about to pop a stack dummy frame,
   if-and-only-if proceed_to_finish is set.
   Thus this contains the return value from the called function (assuming
   values are returned in a register).  */

extern char stop_registers[REGISTER_BYTES];

/* Nonzero if the child process in inferior_pid was attached rather
   than forked.  */

extern int attach_flag;
/* Sigtramp is a routine that the kernel calls (which then calls the
   signal handler).  On most machines it is a library routine that
   is linked into the executable.

   This macro, given a program counter value and the name of the
   function in which that PC resides (which can be null if the
   name is not known), returns nonzero if the PC and name show
   that we are in sigtramp.

   On most machines just see if the name is sigtramp (and if we have
   no name, assume we are not in sigtramp).  */
#if !defined (IN_SIGTRAMP)
#  if defined (SIGTRAMP_START)
#    define IN_SIGTRAMP(pc, name) \
       ((pc) >= SIGTRAMP_START   \
        && (pc) < SIGTRAMP_END \
#  else
#    define IN_SIGTRAMP(pc, name) \
       (name && STREQ ("_sigtramp", name))
#  endif
/* Possible values for CALL_DUMMY_LOCATION.  */
#define ON_STACK 1
#define AFTER_TEXT_END 3
#define AT_ENTRY_POINT 4

#if !defined (CALL_DUMMY_LOCATION)
#endif /* No CALL_DUMMY_LOCATION.  */

/* Are we in a call dummy?  The code below which allows DECR_PC_AFTER_BREAK
   below is for infrun.c, which may give the macro a pc without that
   subtracted out.  */
#if !defined (PC_IN_CALL_DUMMY)
extern CORE_ADDR text_end;
#define PC_IN_CALL_DUMMY(pc, sp, frame_address) \
  ((pc) >= text_end - CALL_DUMMY_LENGTH         \
   && (pc) <= text_end + DECR_PC_AFTER_BREAK)
#endif /* Before text_end.  */

extern CORE_ADDR text_end;
#define PC_IN_CALL_DUMMY(pc, sp, frame_address) \
  ((pc) >= text_end   \
   && (pc) <= text_end + CALL_DUMMY_LENGTH + DECR_PC_AFTER_BREAK)
#endif /* After text_end.  */

/* Is the PC in a call dummy?  SP and FRAME_ADDRESS are the bottom and
   top of the stack frame which we are checking, where "bottom" and
   "top" refer to some section of memory which contains the code for
   the call dummy.  Calls to this macro assume that the contents of
   SP_REGNUM and FP_REGNUM (or the saved values thereof), respectively,
   are the things to pass.

   This won't work on the 29k, where SP_REGNUM and FP_REGNUM don't
   have that meaning, but the 29k doesn't use ON_STACK.  This could be
   fixed by generalizing this scheme, perhaps by passing in a frame
   and adding a few fields, at least on machines which need them for

   Something simpler, like checking for the stack segment, doesn't work,
   since various programs (threads implementations, gcc nested function
   stubs, etc) may either allocate stack frames in another segment, or
   allocate other kinds of code on the stack.  */

#define PC_IN_CALL_DUMMY(pc, sp, frame_address) \
  ((sp) INNER_THAN (pc) && (frame_address != 0) && (pc) INNER_THAN (frame_address))
#endif /* On stack.  */

#define PC_IN_CALL_DUMMY(pc, sp, frame_address)			\
  ((pc) >= CALL_DUMMY_ADDRESS ()				\
#endif /* At entry point.  */
#endif /* No PC_IN_CALL_DUMMY.  */

#endif	/* !defined (INFERIOR_H) */

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