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authorRemko Tronçon <git@el-tramo.be>2012-08-17 21:07:13 (GMT)
committerRemko Tronçon <git@el-tramo.be>2012-08-17 21:07:13 (GMT)
commit4397df6b409ca84f63838fa635fc2abe8af80b71 (patch)
tree0806d51a1aaa6a1f9ac00df318be72fbee19ec1d /3rdParty/Breakpad
parentead6c91f24d77de3319e77ae1354387407065ef1 (diff)
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Added Breakpad support for Windows.
Diffstat (limited to '3rdParty/Breakpad')
-rw-r--r--3rdParty/Breakpad/.gitignore1
-rw-r--r--3rdParty/Breakpad/SConscript97
-rw-r--r--3rdParty/Breakpad/src/COPYING28
-rw-r--r--3rdParty/Breakpad/src/client/mac/crash_generation/crash_generation_client.cc72
-rw-r--r--3rdParty/Breakpad/src/client/mac/crash_generation/crash_generation_client.h65
-rw-r--r--3rdParty/Breakpad/src/client/mac/crash_generation/crash_generation_server.h150
-rw-r--r--3rdParty/Breakpad/src/client/mac/handler/breakpad_nlist_64.cc413
-rw-r--r--3rdParty/Breakpad/src/client/mac/handler/breakpad_nlist_64.h47
-rw-r--r--3rdParty/Breakpad/src/client/mac/handler/dynamic_images.cc578
-rw-r--r--3rdParty/Breakpad/src/client/mac/handler/dynamic_images.h317
-rw-r--r--3rdParty/Breakpad/src/client/mac/handler/exception_handler.cc830
-rw-r--r--3rdParty/Breakpad/src/client/mac/handler/exception_handler.h277
-rw-r--r--3rdParty/Breakpad/src/client/mac/handler/mach_vm_compat.h49
-rw-r--r--3rdParty/Breakpad/src/client/mac/handler/minidump_generator.cc1432
-rw-r--r--3rdParty/Breakpad/src/client/mac/handler/minidump_generator.h218
-rw-r--r--3rdParty/Breakpad/src/client/minidump_file_writer-inl.h97
-rw-r--r--3rdParty/Breakpad/src/client/minidump_file_writer.cc284
-rw-r--r--3rdParty/Breakpad/src/client/minidump_file_writer.h272
-rw-r--r--3rdParty/Breakpad/src/client/windows/common/ipc_protocol.h181
-rw-r--r--3rdParty/Breakpad/src/client/windows/crash_generation/crash_generation_client.cc401
-rw-r--r--3rdParty/Breakpad/src/client/windows/crash_generation/crash_generation_client.h182
-rw-r--r--3rdParty/Breakpad/src/client/windows/handler/exception_handler.cc927
-rw-r--r--3rdParty/Breakpad/src/client/windows/handler/exception_handler.h437
-rw-r--r--3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/byte_cursor.h265
-rw-r--r--3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/convert_UTF.c533
-rw-r--r--3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/convert_UTF.h143
-rw-r--r--3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/dwarf/bytereader-inl.h175
-rw-r--r--3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/dwarf/bytereader.cc245
-rw-r--r--3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/dwarf/bytereader.h310
-rw-r--r--3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/dwarf/dwarf2diehandler.cc199
-rw-r--r--3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/dwarf/dwarf2diehandler.h367
-rw-r--r--3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/dwarf/dwarf2enums.h650
-rw-r--r--3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/dwarf/dwarf2reader.cc2340
-rw-r--r--3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/dwarf/dwarf2reader.h1051
-rw-r--r--3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/dwarf/line_state_machine.h61
-rw-r--r--3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/dwarf/types.h55
-rw-r--r--3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/dwarf_cfi_to_module.cc258
-rw-r--r--3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/dwarf_cfi_to_module.h196
-rw-r--r--3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/dwarf_cu_to_module.cc936
-rw-r--r--3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/dwarf_cu_to_module.h277
-rw-r--r--3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/dwarf_line_to_module.cc138
-rw-r--r--3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/dwarf_line_to_module.h182
-rw-r--r--3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/language.cc83
-rw-r--r--3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/language.h88
-rw-r--r--3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/linux/linux_libc_support.h95
-rw-r--r--3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/mac/MachIPC.h301
-rw-r--r--3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/mac/MachIPC.mm306
-rw-r--r--3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/mac/bootstrap_compat.cc42
-rw-r--r--3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/mac/bootstrap_compat.h54
-rw-r--r--3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/mac/byteswap.h48
-rw-r--r--3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/mac/dump_syms.h172
-rw-r--r--3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/mac/dump_syms.mm496
-rw-r--r--3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/mac/file_id.cc101
-rw-r--r--3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/mac/file_id.h78
-rw-r--r--3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/mac/macho_id.cc366
-rw-r--r--3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/mac/macho_id.h120
-rw-r--r--3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/mac/macho_reader.cc530
-rw-r--r--3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/mac/macho_reader.h459
-rw-r--r--3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/mac/macho_utilities.cc90
-rw-r--r--3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/mac/macho_utilities.h92
-rw-r--r--3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/mac/macho_walker.cc267
-rw-r--r--3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/mac/macho_walker.h117
-rw-r--r--3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/mac/scoped_task_suspend-inl.h56
-rw-r--r--3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/mac/string_utilities.cc84
-rw-r--r--3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/mac/string_utilities.h52
-rw-r--r--3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/md5.cc251
-rw-r--r--3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/md5.h27
-rw-r--r--3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/memory.h218
-rw-r--r--3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/module.cc294
-rw-r--r--3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/module.h321
-rw-r--r--3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/stabs_reader.cc315
-rw-r--r--3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/stabs_reader.h326
-rw-r--r--3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/stabs_to_module.cc200
-rw-r--r--3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/stabs_to_module.h143
-rw-r--r--3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/string_conversion.cc155
-rw-r--r--3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/string_conversion.h68
-rw-r--r--3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/using_std_string.h65
-rw-r--r--3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/windows/guid_string.cc76
-rw-r--r--3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/windows/guid_string.h58
-rw-r--r--3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/windows/string_utils-inl.h142
-rw-r--r--3rdParty/Breakpad/src/google_breakpad/common/breakpad_types.h83
-rw-r--r--3rdParty/Breakpad/src/google_breakpad/common/minidump_cpu_amd64.h235
-rw-r--r--3rdParty/Breakpad/src/google_breakpad/common/minidump_cpu_arm.h151
-rw-r--r--3rdParty/Breakpad/src/google_breakpad/common/minidump_cpu_ppc.h163
-rw-r--r--3rdParty/Breakpad/src/google_breakpad/common/minidump_cpu_ppc64.h129
-rw-r--r--3rdParty/Breakpad/src/google_breakpad/common/minidump_cpu_sparc.h158
-rw-r--r--3rdParty/Breakpad/src/google_breakpad/common/minidump_cpu_x86.h174
-rw-r--r--3rdParty/Breakpad/src/google_breakpad/common/minidump_exception_linux.h85
-rw-r--r--3rdParty/Breakpad/src/google_breakpad/common/minidump_exception_mac.h195
-rw-r--r--3rdParty/Breakpad/src/google_breakpad/common/minidump_exception_solaris.h94
-rw-r--r--3rdParty/Breakpad/src/google_breakpad/common/minidump_exception_win32.h116
-rw-r--r--3rdParty/Breakpad/src/google_breakpad/common/minidump_format.h822
-rw-r--r--3rdParty/Breakpad/src/google_breakpad/common/minidump_size.h107
-rw-r--r--3rdParty/Breakpad/src/processor/scoped_ptr.h335
94 files changed, 25339 insertions, 0 deletions
diff --git a/3rdParty/Breakpad/.gitignore b/3rdParty/Breakpad/.gitignore
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..77270bf
--- /dev/null
+++ b/3rdParty/Breakpad/.gitignore
@@ -0,0 +1 @@
+dump_syms
diff --git a/3rdParty/Breakpad/SConscript b/3rdParty/Breakpad/SConscript
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..142634b
--- /dev/null
+++ b/3rdParty/Breakpad/SConscript
@@ -0,0 +1,97 @@
+Import("env")
+
+# Currently disabling breakpad for all platforms except windows
+if env["PLATFORM"] == "win32" :
+
+################################################################################
+# Module flags
+################################################################################
+
+ if env["SCONS_STAGE"] == "flags" :
+ env["HAVE_BREAKPAD"] = True
+ env["BREAKPAD_FLAGS"] = {
+ "CPPPATH": [env.Dir("src")],
+ "CPPFLAGS": [],
+ "LIBPATH": [env.Dir(".")],
+ "LIBS": ["Swift_BreakPad"]
+ }
+
+################################################################################
+# Build
+################################################################################
+
+ if env["SCONS_STAGE"] == "build" :
+ myenv = env.Clone()
+ myenv.Replace(CXXFLAGS = [flag for flag in env["CXXFLAGS"] if not flag.startswith("-W")])
+ myenv.Append(CPPPATH = ["src"])
+
+ lib_sources = []
+ dumpsyms_sources = []
+ common_sources = []
+ if myenv["PLATFORM"] == "win32" :
+ myenv.Append(CPPDEFINES = ["UNICODE"])
+ lib_sources += [
+ "src/client/windows/handler/exception_handler.cc",
+ "src/client/windows/crash_generation/crash_generation_client.cc",
+ "src/common/windows/guid_string.cc",
+ ]
+
+ if myenv["PLATFORM"] == "darwin" or myenv["PLATFORM"] == "linux" :
+ lib_sources += [
+ ]
+ common_sources += [
+ "src/common/md5.cc",
+ ]
+
+ if myenv["PLATFORM"] == "darwin" :
+ myenv.Append(CPPDEFINES = ["HAVE_MACH_O_NLIST_H"])
+ lib_sources += [
+ "src/client/mac/handler/exception_handler.cc",
+ "src/client/mac/handler/minidump_generator.cc",
+ "src/client/mac/handler/dynamic_images.cc",
+ "src/client/mac/handler/breakpad_nlist_64.cc",
+ "src/client/mac/crash_generation/crash_generation_client.cc",
+ "src/common/mac/MachIPC.mm",
+ "src/common/mac/string_utilities.cc",
+ "src/common/mac/bootstrap_compat.cc",
+ "src/client/minidump_file_writer.cc",
+ "src/common/string_conversion.cc",
+ "src/common/convert_UTF.c",
+ ]
+ common_sources += [
+ "src/common/mac/macho_id.cc",
+ "src/common/mac/macho_walker.cc",
+ "src/common/mac/file_id.cc",
+ "src/common/mac/macho_utilities.cc",
+ ]
+ dumpsyms_sources += [
+ "src/tools/mac/dump_syms/dump_syms_tool.mm",
+ "src/common/mac/dump_syms.mm",
+ "src/common/mac/macho_reader.cc",
+ "src/common/dwarf/bytereader.cc",
+ "src/common/dwarf/dwarf2reader.cc",
+ "src/common/dwarf/dwarf2diehandler.cc",
+ "src/common/dwarf_line_to_module.cc",
+ "src/common/dwarf_cfi_to_module.cc",
+ "src/common/dwarf_cu_to_module.cc",
+ "src/common/stabs_to_module.cc",
+ "src/common/stabs_reader.cc",
+ "src/common/module.cc",
+ "src/common/language.cc",
+ ]
+
+ if myenv["PLATFORM"] == "linux" :
+ dumpsyms_sources += ["src/tools/linux/dump_syms/dump_syms.cc"]
+
+ common_objects = myenv.StaticObject(common_sources)
+
+ myenv.StaticLibrary("Swift_BreakPad", lib_sources + common_objects)
+
+ #if myenv["PLATFORM"] == "darwin" or myenv["PLATFORM"] == "linux" :
+ # myenv.Program("dump_syms", dumpsyms_sources + common_objects)
+
+else :
+
+ if env["SCONS_STAGE"] == "flags" :
+ env["HAVE_BREAKPAD"] = False
+ env["BREAKPAD_FLAGS"] = {}
diff --git a/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/COPYING b/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/COPYING
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..d15b0c2
--- /dev/null
+++ b/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/COPYING
@@ -0,0 +1,28 @@
+Copyright (c) 2006, Google Inc.
+All rights reserved.
+
+Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
+modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are
+met:
+
+ * Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright
+notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
+ * Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above
+copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer
+in the documentation and/or other materials provided with the
+distribution.
+ * Neither the name of Google Inc. nor the names of its
+contributors may be used to endorse or promote products derived from
+this software without specific prior written permission.
+
+THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS AND CONTRIBUTORS
+"AS IS" AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT
+LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR
+A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE COPYRIGHT
+OWNER OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL,
+SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT
+LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE,
+DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY
+THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT
+(INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE
+OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
diff --git a/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/client/mac/crash_generation/crash_generation_client.cc b/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/client/mac/crash_generation/crash_generation_client.cc
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..ceeb3b3
--- /dev/null
+++ b/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/client/mac/crash_generation/crash_generation_client.cc
@@ -0,0 +1,72 @@
+// Copyright (c) 2010 Google Inc.
+// All rights reserved.
+//
+// Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
+// modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are
+// met:
+//
+// * Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright
+// notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
+// * Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above
+// copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer
+// in the documentation and/or other materials provided with the
+// distribution.
+// * Neither the name of Google Inc. nor the names of its
+// contributors may be used to endorse or promote products derived from
+// this software without specific prior written permission.
+//
+// THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS AND CONTRIBUTORS
+// "AS IS" AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT
+// LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR
+// A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE COPYRIGHT
+// OWNER OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL,
+// SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT
+// LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE,
+// DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY
+// THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT
+// (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE
+// OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
+
+#include "client/mac/crash_generation/crash_generation_client.h"
+
+#include "client/mac/crash_generation/crash_generation_server.h"
+#include "common/mac/MachIPC.h"
+
+namespace google_breakpad {
+
+bool CrashGenerationClient::RequestDumpForException(
+ int exception_type,
+ int exception_code,
+ int exception_subcode,
+ mach_port_t crashing_thread) {
+ // The server will send a message to this port indicating that it
+ // has finished its work.
+ ReceivePort acknowledge_port;
+
+ MachSendMessage message(kDumpRequestMessage);
+ message.AddDescriptor(mach_task_self()); // this task
+ message.AddDescriptor(crashing_thread); // crashing thread
+ message.AddDescriptor(mach_thread_self()); // handler thread
+ message.AddDescriptor(acknowledge_port.GetPort()); // message receive port
+
+ ExceptionInfo info;
+ info.exception_type = exception_type;
+ info.exception_code = exception_code;
+ info.exception_subcode = exception_subcode;
+ message.SetData(&info, sizeof(info));
+
+ const mach_msg_timeout_t kSendTimeoutMs = 2 * 1000;
+ kern_return_t result = sender_.SendMessage(message, kSendTimeoutMs);
+ if (result != KERN_SUCCESS)
+ return false;
+
+ // Give the server slightly longer to reply since it has to
+ // inspect this task and write the minidump.
+ const mach_msg_timeout_t kReceiveTimeoutMs = 5 * 1000;
+ MachReceiveMessage acknowledge_message;
+ result = acknowledge_port.WaitForMessage(&acknowledge_message,
+ kReceiveTimeoutMs);
+ return result == KERN_SUCCESS;
+}
+
+} // namespace google_breakpad
diff --git a/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/client/mac/crash_generation/crash_generation_client.h b/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/client/mac/crash_generation/crash_generation_client.h
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..527f577
--- /dev/null
+++ b/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/client/mac/crash_generation/crash_generation_client.h
@@ -0,0 +1,65 @@
+// Copyright (c) 2010 Google Inc.
+// All rights reserved.
+//
+// Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
+// modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are
+// met:
+//
+// * Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright
+// notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
+// * Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above
+// copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer
+// in the documentation and/or other materials provided with the
+// distribution.
+// * Neither the name of Google Inc. nor the names of its
+// contributors may be used to endorse or promote products derived from
+// this software without specific prior written permission.
+//
+// THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS AND CONTRIBUTORS
+// "AS IS" AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT
+// LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR
+// A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE COPYRIGHT
+// OWNER OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL,
+// SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT
+// LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE,
+// DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY
+// THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT
+// (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE
+// OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
+
+#ifndef GOOGLE_BREAKPAD_CLIENT_MAC_CRASH_GENERATION_CRASH_GENERATION_CLIENT_H_
+#define GOOGLE_BREAKPAD_CLIENT_MAC_CRASH_GENERATION_CRASH_GENERATION_CLIENT_H_
+
+#include "common/mac/MachIPC.h"
+
+namespace google_breakpad {
+
+class CrashGenerationClient {
+ public:
+ explicit CrashGenerationClient(const char* mach_port_name)
+ : sender_(mach_port_name) {
+ }
+
+ // Request the crash server to generate a dump.
+ //
+ // Return true if the dump was successful; false otherwise.
+ bool RequestDumpForException(int exception_type,
+ int exception_code,
+ int exception_subcode,
+ mach_port_t crashing_thread);
+
+ bool RequestDump() {
+ return RequestDumpForException(0, 0, 0, MACH_PORT_NULL);
+ }
+
+ private:
+ MachPortSender sender_;
+
+ // Prevent copy construction and assignment.
+ CrashGenerationClient(const CrashGenerationClient&);
+ CrashGenerationClient& operator=(const CrashGenerationClient&);
+};
+
+} // namespace google_breakpad
+
+#endif // GOOGLE_BREAKPAD_CLIENT_MAC_CRASH_GENERATION_CRASH_GENERATION_CLIENT_H_
diff --git a/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/client/mac/crash_generation/crash_generation_server.h b/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/client/mac/crash_generation/crash_generation_server.h
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..85bd5b5
--- /dev/null
+++ b/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/client/mac/crash_generation/crash_generation_server.h
@@ -0,0 +1,150 @@
+// Copyright (c) 2010 Google Inc.
+// All rights reserved.
+//
+// Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
+// modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are
+// met:
+//
+// * Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright
+// notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
+// * Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above
+// copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer
+// in the documentation and/or other materials provided with the
+// distribution.
+// * Neither the name of Google Inc. nor the names of its
+// contributors may be used to endorse or promote products derived from
+// this software without specific prior written permission.
+//
+// THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS AND CONTRIBUTORS
+// "AS IS" AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT
+// LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR
+// A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE COPYRIGHT
+// OWNER OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL,
+// SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT
+// LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE,
+// DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY
+// THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT
+// (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE
+// OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
+
+#ifndef GOOGLE_BREAKPAD_CLIENT_MAC_CRASH_GENERATION_CRASH_GENERATION_SERVER_H_
+#define GOOGLE_BREAKPAD_CLIENT_MAC_CRASH_GENERATION_CRASH_GENERATION_SERVER_H_
+
+#include <stdint.h>
+
+#include <string>
+
+#include "common/mac/MachIPC.h"
+
+namespace google_breakpad {
+
+class ClientInfo;
+
+// Messages the server can read via its mach port
+enum {
+ kDumpRequestMessage = 1,
+ kAcknowledgementMessage = 2,
+ kQuitMessage = 3
+};
+
+// Exception details sent by the client when requesting a dump.
+struct ExceptionInfo {
+ int32_t exception_type;
+ int32_t exception_code;
+ int32_t exception_subcode;
+};
+
+class CrashGenerationServer {
+ public:
+ // WARNING: callbacks may be invoked on a different thread
+ // than that which creates the CrashGenerationServer. They must
+ // be thread safe.
+ typedef void (*OnClientDumpRequestCallback)(void *context,
+ const ClientInfo &client_info,
+ const std::string &file_path);
+
+ typedef void (*OnClientExitingCallback)(void *context,
+ const ClientInfo &client_info);
+ // If a FilterCallback returns false, the dump will not be written.
+ typedef bool (*FilterCallback)(void *context);
+
+ // Create an instance with the given parameters.
+ //
+ // mach_port_name: Named server port to listen on.
+ // filter: Callback for a client to cancel writing a dump.
+ // filter_context: Context for the filter callback.
+ // dump_callback: Callback for a client crash dump request.
+ // dump_context: Context for client crash dump request callback.
+ // exit_callback: Callback for client process exit.
+ // exit_context: Context for client exit callback.
+ // generate_dumps: Whether to automatically generate dumps.
+ // Client code of this class might want to generate dumps explicitly
+ // in the crash dump request callback. In that case, false can be
+ // passed for this parameter.
+ // dump_path: Path for generating dumps; required only if true is
+ // passed for generateDumps parameter; NULL can be passed otherwise.
+ CrashGenerationServer(const char *mach_port_name,
+ FilterCallback filter,
+ void *filter_context,
+ OnClientDumpRequestCallback dump_callback,
+ void *dump_context,
+ OnClientExitingCallback exit_callback,
+ void *exit_context,
+ bool generate_dumps,
+ const std::string &dump_path);
+
+ ~CrashGenerationServer();
+
+ // Perform initialization steps needed to start listening to clients.
+ //
+ // Return true if initialization is successful; false otherwise.
+ bool Start();
+
+ // Stop the server.
+ bool Stop();
+
+ private:
+ // Return a unique filename at which a minidump can be written.
+ bool MakeMinidumpFilename(std::string &outFilename);
+
+ // Loop reading client messages and responding to them until
+ // a quit message is received.
+ static void *WaitForMessages(void *server);
+
+ // Wait for a single client message and respond to it. Returns false
+ // if a quit message was received or if an error occurred.
+ bool WaitForOneMessage();
+
+ FilterCallback filter_;
+ void *filter_context_;
+
+ OnClientDumpRequestCallback dump_callback_;
+ void *dump_context_;
+
+ OnClientExitingCallback exit_callback_;
+ void *exit_context_;
+
+ bool generate_dumps_;
+
+ std::string dump_dir_;
+
+ bool started_;
+
+ // The mach port that receives requests to dump from child processes.
+ ReceivePort receive_port_;
+
+ // The name of the mach port. Stored so the Stop method can message
+ // the background thread to shut it down.
+ std::string mach_port_name_;
+
+ // The thread that waits on the receive port.
+ pthread_t server_thread_;
+
+ // Disable copy constructor and operator=.
+ CrashGenerationServer(const CrashGenerationServer&);
+ CrashGenerationServer& operator=(const CrashGenerationServer&);
+};
+
+} // namespace google_breakpad
+
+#endif // GOOGLE_BREAKPAD_CLIENT_MAC_CRASH_GENERATION_CRASH_GENERATION_SERVER_H_
diff --git a/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/client/mac/handler/breakpad_nlist_64.cc b/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/client/mac/handler/breakpad_nlist_64.cc
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..b50aa03
--- /dev/null
+++ b/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/client/mac/handler/breakpad_nlist_64.cc
@@ -0,0 +1,413 @@
+/*
+ * Copyright (c) 1999 Apple Computer, Inc. All rights reserved.
+ *
+ * @APPLE_LICENSE_HEADER_START@
+ *
+ * This file contains Original Code and/or Modifications of Original Code
+ * as defined in and that are subject to the Apple Public Source License
+ * Version 2.0 (the 'License'). You may not use this file except in
+ * compliance with the License. Please obtain a copy of the License at
+ * http://www.opensource.apple.com/apsl/ and read it before using this
+ * file.
+ *
+ * The Original Code and all software distributed under the License are
+ * distributed on an 'AS IS' basis, WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EITHER
+ * EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, AND APPLE HEREBY DISCLAIMS ALL SUCH WARRANTIES,
+ * INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION, ANY WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY,
+ * FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, QUIET ENJOYMENT OR NON-INFRINGEMENT.
+ * Please see the License for the specific language governing rights and
+ * limitations under the License.
+ *
+ * @APPLE_LICENSE_HEADER_END@
+ */
+/*
+ * Copyright (c) 1989, 1993
+ * The Regents of the University of California. All rights reserved.
+ *
+ * Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
+ * modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions
+ * are met:
+ * 1. Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright
+ * notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
+ * 2. Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright
+ * notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer in the
+ * documentation and/or other materials provided with the distribution.
+ * 3. All advertising materials mentioning features or use of this software
+ * must display the following acknowledgement:
+ * This product includes software developed by the University of
+ * California, Berkeley and its contributors.
+ * 4. Neither the name of the University nor the names of its contributors
+ * may be used to endorse or promote products derived from this software
+ * without specific prior written permission.
+ *
+ * THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE REGENTS AND CONTRIBUTORS ``AS IS'' AND
+ * ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE
+ * IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE
+ * ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE REGENTS OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE
+ * FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL
+ * DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS
+ * OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION)
+ * HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT
+ * LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY
+ * OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF
+ * SUCH DAMAGE.
+ */
+
+
+/*
+ * This file was copied from libc/gen/nlist.c from Darwin's source code
+ * The version of nlist used as a base is from 10.5.2, libc-498
+ * http://www.opensource.apple.com/darwinsource/10.5.2/Libc-498/gen/nlist.c
+ *
+ * The full tarball is at:
+ * http://www.opensource.apple.com/darwinsource/tarballs/apsl/Libc-498.tar.gz
+ *
+ * I've modified it to be compatible with 64-bit images.
+*/
+
+#include "breakpad_nlist_64.h"
+
+#include <CoreFoundation/CoreFoundation.h>
+#include <fcntl.h>
+#include <mach-o/nlist.h>
+#include <mach-o/loader.h>
+#include <mach-o/fat.h>
+#include <mach/mach.h>
+#include <stdio.h>
+#include <stdlib.h>
+#include <sys/types.h>
+#include <sys/uio.h>
+#include <TargetConditionals.h>
+#include <unistd.h>
+
+/* Stuff lifted from <a.out.h> and <sys/exec.h> since they are gone */
+/*
+ * Header prepended to each a.out file.
+ */
+struct exec {
+ unsigned short a_machtype; /* machine type */
+ unsigned short a_magic; /* magic number */
+ unsigned long a_text; /* size of text segment */
+ unsigned long a_data; /* size of initialized data */
+ unsigned long a_bss; /* size of uninitialized data */
+ unsigned long a_syms; /* size of symbol table */
+ unsigned long a_entry; /* entry point */
+ unsigned long a_trsize; /* size of text relocation */
+ unsigned long a_drsize; /* size of data relocation */
+};
+
+#define OMAGIC 0407 /* old impure format */
+#define NMAGIC 0410 /* read-only text */
+#define ZMAGIC 0413 /* demand load format */
+
+#define N_BADMAG(x) \
+ (((x).a_magic)!=OMAGIC && ((x).a_magic)!=NMAGIC && ((x).a_magic)!=ZMAGIC)
+#define N_TXTOFF(x) \
+ ((x).a_magic==ZMAGIC ? 0 : sizeof (struct exec))
+#define N_SYMOFF(x) \
+ (N_TXTOFF(x) + (x).a_text+(x).a_data + (x).a_trsize+(x).a_drsize)
+
+// Traits structs for specializing function templates to handle
+// 32-bit/64-bit Mach-O files.
+template<typename T>
+struct MachBits {};
+
+typedef struct nlist nlist32;
+typedef struct nlist_64 nlist64;
+
+template<>
+struct MachBits<nlist32> {
+ typedef mach_header mach_header_type;
+ typedef uint32_t word_type;
+ static const uint32_t magic = MH_MAGIC;
+};
+
+template<>
+struct MachBits<nlist64> {
+ typedef mach_header_64 mach_header_type;
+ typedef uint64_t word_type;
+ static const uint32_t magic = MH_MAGIC_64;
+};
+
+template<typename nlist_type>
+int
+__breakpad_fdnlist(int fd, nlist_type *list, const char **symbolNames,
+ cpu_type_t cpu_type);
+
+/*
+ * nlist - retreive attributes from name list (string table version)
+ */
+
+template <typename nlist_type>
+int breakpad_nlist_common(const char *name,
+ nlist_type *list,
+ const char **symbolNames,
+ cpu_type_t cpu_type) {
+ int fd = open(name, O_RDONLY, 0);
+ if (fd < 0)
+ return -1;
+ int n = __breakpad_fdnlist(fd, list, symbolNames, cpu_type);
+ close(fd);
+ return n;
+}
+
+int breakpad_nlist(const char *name,
+ struct nlist *list,
+ const char **symbolNames,
+ cpu_type_t cpu_type) {
+ return breakpad_nlist_common(name, list, symbolNames, cpu_type);
+}
+
+int breakpad_nlist(const char *name,
+ struct nlist_64 *list,
+ const char **symbolNames,
+ cpu_type_t cpu_type) {
+ return breakpad_nlist_common(name, list, symbolNames, cpu_type);
+}
+
+/* Note: __fdnlist() is called from kvm_nlist in libkvm's kvm.c */
+
+template<typename nlist_type>
+int __breakpad_fdnlist(int fd, nlist_type *list, const char **symbolNames,
+ cpu_type_t cpu_type) {
+ typedef typename MachBits<nlist_type>::mach_header_type mach_header_type;
+ typedef typename MachBits<nlist_type>::word_type word_type;
+
+ const uint32_t magic = MachBits<nlist_type>::magic;
+
+ int maxlen = 500;
+ int nreq = 0;
+ for (nlist_type* q = list;
+ symbolNames[q-list] && symbolNames[q-list][0];
+ q++, nreq++) {
+
+ q->n_type = 0;
+ q->n_value = 0;
+ q->n_desc = 0;
+ q->n_sect = 0;
+ q->n_un.n_strx = 0;
+ }
+
+ struct exec buf;
+ if (read(fd, (char *)&buf, sizeof(buf)) != sizeof(buf) ||
+ (N_BADMAG(buf) && *((uint32_t *)&buf) != magic &&
+ CFSwapInt32BigToHost(*((uint32_t *)&buf)) != FAT_MAGIC &&
+ /* The following is the big-endian ppc64 check */
+ (*((uint32_t*)&buf)) != FAT_MAGIC)) {
+ return -1;
+ }
+
+ /* Deal with fat file if necessary */
+ unsigned arch_offset = 0;
+ if (CFSwapInt32BigToHost(*((uint32_t *)&buf)) == FAT_MAGIC ||
+ /* The following is the big-endian ppc64 check */
+ *((unsigned int *)&buf) == FAT_MAGIC) {
+ /* Get host info */
+ host_t host = mach_host_self();
+ unsigned i = HOST_BASIC_INFO_COUNT;
+ struct host_basic_info hbi;
+ kern_return_t kr;
+ if ((kr = host_info(host, HOST_BASIC_INFO,
+ (host_info_t)(&hbi), &i)) != KERN_SUCCESS) {
+ return -1;
+ }
+ mach_port_deallocate(mach_task_self(), host);
+
+ /* Read in the fat header */
+ struct fat_header fh;
+ if (lseek(fd, 0, SEEK_SET) == -1) {
+ return -1;
+ }
+ if (read(fd, (char *)&fh, sizeof(fh)) != sizeof(fh)) {
+ return -1;
+ }
+
+ /* Convert fat_narchs to host byte order */
+ fh.nfat_arch = CFSwapInt32BigToHost(fh.nfat_arch);
+
+ /* Read in the fat archs */
+ struct fat_arch *fat_archs =
+ (struct fat_arch *)malloc(fh.nfat_arch * sizeof(struct fat_arch));
+ if (fat_archs == NULL) {
+ return -1;
+ }
+ if (read(fd, (char *)fat_archs,
+ sizeof(struct fat_arch) * fh.nfat_arch) !=
+ (ssize_t)(sizeof(struct fat_arch) * fh.nfat_arch)) {
+ free(fat_archs);
+ return -1;
+ }
+
+ /*
+ * Convert archs to host byte ordering (a constraint of
+ * cpusubtype_getbestarch()
+ */
+ for (unsigned i = 0; i < fh.nfat_arch; i++) {
+ fat_archs[i].cputype =
+ CFSwapInt32BigToHost(fat_archs[i].cputype);
+ fat_archs[i].cpusubtype =
+ CFSwapInt32BigToHost(fat_archs[i].cpusubtype);
+ fat_archs[i].offset =
+ CFSwapInt32BigToHost(fat_archs[i].offset);
+ fat_archs[i].size =
+ CFSwapInt32BigToHost(fat_archs[i].size);
+ fat_archs[i].align =
+ CFSwapInt32BigToHost(fat_archs[i].align);
+ }
+
+ struct fat_arch *fap = NULL;
+ for (unsigned i = 0; i < fh.nfat_arch; i++) {
+ if (fat_archs[i].cputype == cpu_type) {
+ fap = &fat_archs[i];
+ break;
+ }
+ }
+
+ if (!fap) {
+ free(fat_archs);
+ return -1;
+ }
+ arch_offset = fap->offset;
+ free(fat_archs);
+
+ /* Read in the beginning of the architecture-specific file */
+ if (lseek(fd, arch_offset, SEEK_SET) == -1) {
+ return -1;
+ }
+ if (read(fd, (char *)&buf, sizeof(buf)) != sizeof(buf)) {
+ return -1;
+ }
+ }
+
+ off_t sa; /* symbol address */
+ off_t ss; /* start of strings */
+ register register_t n;
+ if (*((unsigned int *)&buf) == magic) {
+ if (lseek(fd, arch_offset, SEEK_SET) == -1) {
+ return -1;
+ }
+ mach_header_type mh;
+ if (read(fd, (char *)&mh, sizeof(mh)) != sizeof(mh)) {
+ return -1;
+ }
+
+ struct load_command *load_commands =
+ (struct load_command *)malloc(mh.sizeofcmds);
+ if (load_commands == NULL) {
+ return -1;
+ }
+ if (read(fd, (char *)load_commands, mh.sizeofcmds) !=
+ (ssize_t)mh.sizeofcmds) {
+ free(load_commands);
+ return -1;
+ }
+ struct symtab_command *stp = NULL;
+ struct load_command *lcp = load_commands;
+ // iterate through all load commands, looking for
+ // LC_SYMTAB load command
+ for (uint32_t i = 0; i < mh.ncmds; i++) {
+ if (lcp->cmdsize % sizeof(word_type) != 0 ||
+ lcp->cmdsize <= 0 ||
+ (char *)lcp + lcp->cmdsize >
+ (char *)load_commands + mh.sizeofcmds) {
+ free(load_commands);
+ return -1;
+ }
+ if (lcp->cmd == LC_SYMTAB) {
+ if (lcp->cmdsize !=
+ sizeof(struct symtab_command)) {
+ free(load_commands);
+ return -1;
+ }
+ stp = (struct symtab_command *)lcp;
+ break;
+ }
+ lcp = (struct load_command *)
+ ((char *)lcp + lcp->cmdsize);
+ }
+ if (stp == NULL) {
+ free(load_commands);
+ return -1;
+ }
+ // sa points to the beginning of the symbol table
+ sa = stp->symoff + arch_offset;
+ // ss points to the beginning of the string table
+ ss = stp->stroff + arch_offset;
+ // n is the number of bytes in the symbol table
+ // each symbol table entry is an nlist structure
+ n = stp->nsyms * sizeof(nlist_type);
+ free(load_commands);
+ } else {
+ sa = N_SYMOFF(buf) + arch_offset;
+ ss = sa + buf.a_syms + arch_offset;
+ n = buf.a_syms;
+ }
+
+ if (lseek(fd, sa, SEEK_SET) == -1) {
+ return -1;
+ }
+
+ // the algorithm here is to read the nlist entries in m-sized
+ // chunks into q. q is then iterated over. for each entry in q,
+ // use the string table index(q->n_un.n_strx) to read the symbol
+ // name, then scan the nlist entries passed in by the user(via p),
+ // and look for a match
+ while (n) {
+ nlist_type space[BUFSIZ/sizeof (nlist_type)];
+ register register_t m = sizeof (space);
+
+ if (n < m)
+ m = n;
+ if (read(fd, (char *)space, m) != m)
+ break;
+ n -= m;
+ long savpos = lseek(fd, 0, SEEK_CUR);
+ if (savpos == -1) {
+ return -1;
+ }
+ for (nlist_type* q = space; (m -= sizeof(nlist_type)) >= 0; q++) {
+ char nambuf[BUFSIZ];
+
+ if (q->n_un.n_strx == 0 || q->n_type & N_STAB)
+ continue;
+
+ // seek to the location in the binary where the symbol
+ // name is stored & read it into memory
+ if (lseek(fd, ss+q->n_un.n_strx, SEEK_SET) == -1) {
+ return -1;
+ }
+ if (read(fd, nambuf, maxlen+1) == -1) {
+ return -1;
+ }
+ const char *s2 = nambuf;
+ for (nlist_type *p = list;
+ symbolNames[p-list] && symbolNames[p-list][0];
+ p++) {
+ // get the symbol name the user has passed in that
+ // corresponds to the nlist entry that we're looking at
+ const char *s1 = symbolNames[p - list];
+ while (*s1) {
+ if (*s1++ != *s2++)
+ goto cont;
+ }
+ if (*s2)
+ goto cont;
+
+ p->n_value = q->n_value;
+ p->n_type = q->n_type;
+ p->n_desc = q->n_desc;
+ p->n_sect = q->n_sect;
+ p->n_un.n_strx = q->n_un.n_strx;
+ if (--nreq == 0)
+ return nreq;
+
+ break;
+ cont: ;
+ }
+ }
+ if (lseek(fd, savpos, SEEK_SET) == -1) {
+ return -1;
+ }
+ }
+ return nreq;
+}
diff --git a/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/client/mac/handler/breakpad_nlist_64.h b/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/client/mac/handler/breakpad_nlist_64.h
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..1d2c639
--- /dev/null
+++ b/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/client/mac/handler/breakpad_nlist_64.h
@@ -0,0 +1,47 @@
+// Copyright (c) 2008, Google Inc.
+// All rights reserved
+// Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
+// modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are
+// met:
+//
+// * Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright
+// notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
+// * Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above
+// copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer
+// in the documentation and/or other materials provided with the
+// distribution.
+// * Neither the name of Google Inc. nor the names of its
+// contributors may be used to endorse or promote products derived from
+// this software without specific prior written permission.
+//
+// THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS AND CONTRIBUTORS
+// "AS IS" AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT
+// LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR
+// A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE COPYRIGHT
+// OWNER OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL,
+// SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT
+// LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE,
+// DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY
+// THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT
+// (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE
+// OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
+
+// breakpad_nlist.h
+//
+// This file is meant to provide a header for clients of the modified
+// nlist function implemented to work on 64-bit.
+
+#ifndef CLIENT_MAC_HANDLER_BREAKPAD_NLIST_H__
+
+#include <mach/machine.h>
+
+int breakpad_nlist(const char *name,
+ struct nlist *list,
+ const char **symbolNames,
+ cpu_type_t cpu_type);
+int breakpad_nlist(const char *name,
+ struct nlist_64 *list,
+ const char **symbolNames,
+ cpu_type_t cpu_type);
+
+#endif /* CLIENT_MAC_HANDLER_BREAKPAD_NLIST_H__ */
diff --git a/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/client/mac/handler/dynamic_images.cc b/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/client/mac/handler/dynamic_images.cc
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..ef5743c
--- /dev/null
+++ b/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/client/mac/handler/dynamic_images.cc
@@ -0,0 +1,578 @@
+// Copyright (c) 2007, Google Inc.
+// All rights reserved.
+//
+// Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
+// modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are
+// met:
+//
+// * Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright
+// notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
+// * Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above
+// copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer
+// in the documentation and/or other materials provided with the
+// distribution.
+// * Neither the name of Google Inc. nor the names of its
+// contributors may be used to endorse or promote products derived from
+// this software without specific prior written permission.
+//
+// THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS AND CONTRIBUTORS
+// "AS IS" AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT
+// LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR
+// A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE COPYRIGHT
+// OWNER OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL,
+// SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT
+// LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE,
+// DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY
+// THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT
+// (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE
+// OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
+
+#include "client/mac/handler/dynamic_images.h"
+
+extern "C" { // needed to compile on Leopard
+ #include <mach-o/nlist.h>
+ #include <stdlib.h>
+ #include <stdio.h>
+}
+
+#include <assert.h>
+#include <AvailabilityMacros.h>
+#include <dlfcn.h>
+#include <mach/task_info.h>
+#include <sys/sysctl.h>
+#include <TargetConditionals.h>
+
+#include <algorithm>
+#include <string>
+#include <vector>
+
+#include "breakpad_nlist_64.h"
+
+#if !TARGET_OS_IPHONE
+#include <CoreServices/CoreServices.h>
+
+#ifndef MAC_OS_X_VERSION_10_6
+#define MAC_OS_X_VERSION_10_6 1060
+#endif
+
+#if MAC_OS_X_VERSION_MAX_ALLOWED < MAC_OS_X_VERSION_10_6
+
+// Fallback declarations for TASK_DYLD_INFO and friends, introduced in
+// <mach/task_info.h> in the Mac OS X 10.6 SDK.
+#define TASK_DYLD_INFO 17
+struct task_dyld_info {
+ mach_vm_address_t all_image_info_addr;
+ mach_vm_size_t all_image_info_size;
+};
+typedef struct task_dyld_info task_dyld_info_data_t;
+typedef struct task_dyld_info *task_dyld_info_t;
+#define TASK_DYLD_INFO_COUNT (sizeof(task_dyld_info_data_t) / sizeof(natural_t))
+
+#endif
+
+#endif // !TARGET_OS_IPHONE
+
+namespace google_breakpad {
+
+using std::string;
+using std::vector;
+
+//==============================================================================
+// Returns the size of the memory region containing |address| and the
+// number of bytes from |address| to the end of the region.
+// We potentially, will extend the size of the original
+// region by the size of the following region if it's contiguous with the
+// first in order to handle cases when we're reading strings and they
+// straddle two vm regions.
+//
+static mach_vm_size_t GetMemoryRegionSize(task_port_t target_task,
+ const uint64_t address,
+ mach_vm_size_t *size_to_end) {
+ mach_vm_address_t region_base = (mach_vm_address_t)address;
+ mach_vm_size_t region_size;
+ natural_t nesting_level = 0;
+ vm_region_submap_info_64 submap_info;
+ mach_msg_type_number_t info_count = VM_REGION_SUBMAP_INFO_COUNT_64;
+
+ // Get information about the vm region containing |address|
+ vm_region_recurse_info_t region_info;
+ region_info = reinterpret_cast<vm_region_recurse_info_t>(&submap_info);
+
+ kern_return_t result =
+ mach_vm_region_recurse(target_task,
+ &region_base,
+ &region_size,
+ &nesting_level,
+ region_info,
+ &info_count);
+
+ if (result == KERN_SUCCESS) {
+ // Get distance from |address| to the end of this region
+ *size_to_end = region_base + region_size -(mach_vm_address_t)address;
+
+ // If we want to handle strings as long as 4096 characters we may need
+ // to check if there's a vm region immediately following the first one.
+ // If so, we need to extend |*size_to_end| to go all the way to the end
+ // of the second region.
+ if (*size_to_end < 4096) {
+ // Second region starts where the first one ends
+ mach_vm_address_t region_base2 =
+ (mach_vm_address_t)(region_base + region_size);
+ mach_vm_size_t region_size2;
+
+ // Get information about the following vm region
+ result =
+ mach_vm_region_recurse(target_task,
+ &region_base2,
+ &region_size2,
+ &nesting_level,
+ region_info,
+ &info_count);
+
+ // Extend region_size to go all the way to the end of the 2nd region
+ if (result == KERN_SUCCESS
+ && region_base2 == region_base + region_size) {
+ region_size += region_size2;
+ }
+ }
+
+ *size_to_end = region_base + region_size -(mach_vm_address_t)address;
+ } else {
+ region_size = 0;
+ *size_to_end = 0;
+ }
+
+ return region_size;
+}
+
+#define kMaxStringLength 8192
+//==============================================================================
+// Reads a NULL-terminated string from another task.
+//
+// Warning! This will not read any strings longer than kMaxStringLength-1
+//
+static string ReadTaskString(task_port_t target_task,
+ const uint64_t address) {
+ // The problem is we don't know how much to read until we know how long
+ // the string is. And we don't know how long the string is, until we've read
+ // the memory! So, we'll try to read kMaxStringLength bytes
+ // (or as many bytes as we can until we reach the end of the vm region).
+ mach_vm_size_t size_to_end;
+ GetMemoryRegionSize(target_task, address, &size_to_end);
+
+ if (size_to_end > 0) {
+ mach_vm_size_t size_to_read =
+ size_to_end > kMaxStringLength ? kMaxStringLength : size_to_end;
+
+ vector<uint8_t> bytes;
+ if (ReadTaskMemory(target_task, address, (size_t)size_to_read, bytes) !=
+ KERN_SUCCESS)
+ return string();
+
+ return string(reinterpret_cast<const char*>(&bytes[0]));
+ }
+
+ return string();
+}
+
+//==============================================================================
+// Reads an address range from another task. The bytes read will be returned
+// in bytes, which will be resized as necessary.
+kern_return_t ReadTaskMemory(task_port_t target_task,
+ const uint64_t address,
+ size_t length,
+ vector<uint8_t> &bytes) {
+ int systemPageSize = getpagesize();
+
+ // use the negative of the page size for the mask to find the page address
+ mach_vm_address_t page_address = address & (-systemPageSize);
+
+ mach_vm_address_t last_page_address =
+ (address + length + (systemPageSize - 1)) & (-systemPageSize);
+
+ mach_vm_size_t page_size = last_page_address - page_address;
+ uint8_t* local_start;
+ uint32_t local_length;
+
+ kern_return_t r = mach_vm_read(target_task,
+ page_address,
+ page_size,
+ reinterpret_cast<vm_offset_t*>(&local_start),
+ &local_length);
+
+ if (r != KERN_SUCCESS)
+ return r;
+
+ bytes.resize(length);
+ memcpy(&bytes[0],
+ &local_start[(mach_vm_address_t)address - page_address],
+ length);
+ mach_vm_deallocate(mach_task_self(), (uintptr_t)local_start, local_length);
+ return KERN_SUCCESS;
+}
+
+#pragma mark -
+
+//==============================================================================
+// Traits structs for specializing function templates to handle
+// 32-bit/64-bit Mach-O files.
+struct MachO32 {
+ typedef mach_header mach_header_type;
+ typedef segment_command mach_segment_command_type;
+ typedef dyld_image_info32 dyld_image_info;
+ typedef dyld_all_image_infos32 dyld_all_image_infos;
+ typedef struct nlist nlist_type;
+ static const uint32_t magic = MH_MAGIC;
+ static const uint32_t segment_load_command = LC_SEGMENT;
+};
+
+struct MachO64 {
+ typedef mach_header_64 mach_header_type;
+ typedef segment_command_64 mach_segment_command_type;
+ typedef dyld_image_info64 dyld_image_info;
+ typedef dyld_all_image_infos64 dyld_all_image_infos;
+ typedef struct nlist_64 nlist_type;
+ static const uint32_t magic = MH_MAGIC_64;
+ static const uint32_t segment_load_command = LC_SEGMENT_64;
+};
+
+template<typename MachBits>
+bool FindTextSection(DynamicImage& image) {
+ typedef typename MachBits::mach_header_type mach_header_type;
+ typedef typename MachBits::mach_segment_command_type
+ mach_segment_command_type;
+
+ const mach_header_type* header =
+ reinterpret_cast<const mach_header_type*>(&image.header_[0]);
+
+ if(header->magic != MachBits::magic) {
+ return false;
+ }
+
+ const struct load_command *cmd =
+ reinterpret_cast<const struct load_command *>(header + 1);
+
+ bool found_text_section = false;
+ bool found_dylib_id_command = false;
+ for (unsigned int i = 0; cmd && (i < header->ncmds); ++i) {
+ if (!found_text_section) {
+ if (cmd->cmd == MachBits::segment_load_command) {
+ const mach_segment_command_type *seg =
+ reinterpret_cast<const mach_segment_command_type *>(cmd);
+
+ if (!strcmp(seg->segname, "__TEXT")) {
+ image.vmaddr_ = seg->vmaddr;
+ image.vmsize_ = seg->vmsize;
+ image.slide_ = 0;
+
+ if (seg->fileoff == 0 && seg->filesize != 0) {
+ image.slide_ =
+ (uintptr_t)image.GetLoadAddress() - (uintptr_t)seg->vmaddr;
+ }
+ found_text_section = true;
+ }
+ }
+ }
+
+ if (!found_dylib_id_command) {
+ if (cmd->cmd == LC_ID_DYLIB) {
+ const struct dylib_command *dc =
+ reinterpret_cast<const struct dylib_command *>(cmd);
+
+ image.version_ = dc->dylib.current_version;
+ found_dylib_id_command = true;
+ }
+ }
+
+ if (found_dylib_id_command && found_text_section) {
+ return true;
+ }
+
+ cmd = reinterpret_cast<const struct load_command *>
+ (reinterpret_cast<const char *>(cmd) + cmd->cmdsize);
+ }
+
+ return false;
+}
+
+//==============================================================================
+// Initializes vmaddr_, vmsize_, and slide_
+void DynamicImage::CalculateMemoryAndVersionInfo() {
+ // unless we can process the header, ensure that calls to
+ // IsValid() will return false
+ vmaddr_ = 0;
+ vmsize_ = 0;
+ slide_ = 0;
+ version_ = 0;
+
+ // The function template above does all the real work.
+ if (Is64Bit())
+ FindTextSection<MachO64>(*this);
+ else
+ FindTextSection<MachO32>(*this);
+}
+
+//==============================================================================
+// The helper function template abstracts the 32/64-bit differences.
+template<typename MachBits>
+uint32_t GetFileTypeFromHeader(DynamicImage& image) {
+ typedef typename MachBits::mach_header_type mach_header_type;
+
+ const mach_header_type* header =
+ reinterpret_cast<const mach_header_type*>(&image.header_[0]);
+ return header->filetype;
+}
+
+uint32_t DynamicImage::GetFileType() {
+ if (Is64Bit())
+ return GetFileTypeFromHeader<MachO64>(*this);
+
+ return GetFileTypeFromHeader<MachO32>(*this);
+}
+
+#pragma mark -
+
+//==============================================================================
+// Loads information about dynamically loaded code in the given task.
+DynamicImages::DynamicImages(mach_port_t task)
+ : task_(task),
+ cpu_type_(DetermineTaskCPUType(task)),
+ image_list_() {
+ ReadImageInfoForTask();
+}
+
+template<typename MachBits>
+static uint64_t LookupSymbol(const char* symbol_name,
+ const char* filename,
+ cpu_type_t cpu_type) {
+ typedef typename MachBits::nlist_type nlist_type;
+
+ nlist_type symbol_info[8] = {};
+ const char *symbolNames[2] = { symbol_name, "\0" };
+ nlist_type &list = symbol_info[0];
+ int invalidEntriesCount = breakpad_nlist(filename,
+ &list,
+ symbolNames,
+ cpu_type);
+
+ if(invalidEntriesCount != 0) {
+ return 0;
+ }
+
+ assert(list.n_value);
+ return list.n_value;
+}
+
+#if TARGET_OS_IPHONE
+static bool HasTaskDyldInfo() {
+ return true;
+}
+#else
+static SInt32 GetOSVersionInternal() {
+ SInt32 os_version = 0;
+ Gestalt(gestaltSystemVersion, &os_version);
+ return os_version;
+}
+
+static SInt32 GetOSVersion() {
+ static SInt32 os_version = GetOSVersionInternal();
+ return os_version;
+}
+
+static bool HasTaskDyldInfo() {
+#if MAC_OS_X_VERSION_MIN_REQUIRED >= MAC_OS_X_VERSION_10_6
+ return true;
+#else
+ return GetOSVersion() >= 0x1060;
+#endif
+}
+#endif // TARGET_OS_IPHONE
+
+uint64_t DynamicImages::GetDyldAllImageInfosPointer() {
+ if (HasTaskDyldInfo()) {
+ task_dyld_info_data_t task_dyld_info;
+ mach_msg_type_number_t count = TASK_DYLD_INFO_COUNT;
+ if (task_info(task_, TASK_DYLD_INFO, (task_info_t)&task_dyld_info,
+ &count) != KERN_SUCCESS) {
+ return 0;
+ }
+
+ return (uint64_t)task_dyld_info.all_image_info_addr;
+ } else {
+ const char *imageSymbolName = "_dyld_all_image_infos";
+ const char *dyldPath = "/usr/lib/dyld";
+
+ if (Is64Bit())
+ return LookupSymbol<MachO64>(imageSymbolName, dyldPath, cpu_type_);
+ return LookupSymbol<MachO32>(imageSymbolName, dyldPath, cpu_type_);
+ }
+}
+
+//==============================================================================
+// This code was written using dyld_debug.c (from Darwin) as a guide.
+
+template<typename MachBits>
+void ReadImageInfo(DynamicImages& images,
+ uint64_t image_list_address) {
+ typedef typename MachBits::dyld_image_info dyld_image_info;
+ typedef typename MachBits::dyld_all_image_infos dyld_all_image_infos;
+ typedef typename MachBits::mach_header_type mach_header_type;
+
+ // Read the structure inside of dyld that contains information about
+ // loaded images. We're reading from the desired task's address space.
+
+ // Here we make the assumption that dyld loaded at the same address in
+ // the crashed process vs. this one. This is an assumption made in
+ // "dyld_debug.c" and is said to be nearly always valid.
+ vector<uint8_t> dyld_all_info_bytes;
+ if (ReadTaskMemory(images.task_,
+ image_list_address,
+ sizeof(dyld_all_image_infos),
+ dyld_all_info_bytes) != KERN_SUCCESS)
+ return;
+
+ dyld_all_image_infos *dyldInfo =
+ reinterpret_cast<dyld_all_image_infos*>(&dyld_all_info_bytes[0]);
+
+ // number of loaded images
+ int count = dyldInfo->infoArrayCount;
+
+ // Read an array of dyld_image_info structures each containing
+ // information about a loaded image.
+ vector<uint8_t> dyld_info_array_bytes;
+ if (ReadTaskMemory(images.task_,
+ dyldInfo->infoArray,
+ count * sizeof(dyld_image_info),
+ dyld_info_array_bytes) != KERN_SUCCESS)
+ return;
+
+ dyld_image_info *infoArray =
+ reinterpret_cast<dyld_image_info*>(&dyld_info_array_bytes[0]);
+ images.image_list_.reserve(count);
+
+ for (int i = 0; i < count; ++i) {
+ dyld_image_info &info = infoArray[i];
+
+ // First read just the mach_header from the image in the task.
+ vector<uint8_t> mach_header_bytes;
+ if (ReadTaskMemory(images.task_,
+ info.load_address_,
+ sizeof(mach_header_type),
+ mach_header_bytes) != KERN_SUCCESS)
+ continue; // bail on this dynamic image
+
+ mach_header_type *header =
+ reinterpret_cast<mach_header_type*>(&mach_header_bytes[0]);
+
+ // Now determine the total amount necessary to read the header
+ // plus all of the load commands.
+ size_t header_size =
+ sizeof(mach_header_type) + header->sizeofcmds;
+
+ if (ReadTaskMemory(images.task_,
+ info.load_address_,
+ header_size,
+ mach_header_bytes) != KERN_SUCCESS)
+ continue;
+
+ header = reinterpret_cast<mach_header_type*>(&mach_header_bytes[0]);
+
+ // Read the file name from the task's memory space.
+ string file_path;
+ if (info.file_path_) {
+ // Although we're reading kMaxStringLength bytes, it's copied in the
+ // the DynamicImage constructor below with the correct string length,
+ // so it's not really wasting memory.
+ file_path = ReadTaskString(images.task_, info.file_path_);
+ }
+
+ // Create an object representing this image and add it to our list.
+ DynamicImage *new_image;
+ new_image = new DynamicImage(&mach_header_bytes[0],
+ header_size,
+ info.load_address_,
+ file_path,
+ info.file_mod_date_,
+ images.task_,
+ images.cpu_type_);
+
+ if (new_image->IsValid()) {
+ images.image_list_.push_back(DynamicImageRef(new_image));
+ } else {
+ delete new_image;
+ }
+ }
+
+ // sorts based on loading address
+ sort(images.image_list_.begin(), images.image_list_.end());
+ // remove duplicates - this happens in certain strange cases
+ // You can see it in DashboardClient when Google Gadgets plugin
+ // is installed. Apple's crash reporter log and gdb "info shared"
+ // both show the same library multiple times at the same address
+
+ vector<DynamicImageRef>::iterator it = unique(images.image_list_.begin(),
+ images.image_list_.end());
+ images.image_list_.erase(it, images.image_list_.end());
+}
+
+void DynamicImages::ReadImageInfoForTask() {
+ uint64_t imageList = GetDyldAllImageInfosPointer();
+
+ if (imageList) {
+ if (Is64Bit())
+ ReadImageInfo<MachO64>(*this, imageList);
+ else
+ ReadImageInfo<MachO32>(*this, imageList);
+ }
+}
+
+//==============================================================================
+DynamicImage *DynamicImages::GetExecutableImage() {
+ int executable_index = GetExecutableImageIndex();
+
+ if (executable_index >= 0) {
+ return GetImage(executable_index);
+ }
+
+ return NULL;
+}
+
+//==============================================================================
+// returns -1 if failure to find executable
+int DynamicImages::GetExecutableImageIndex() {
+ int image_count = GetImageCount();
+
+ for (int i = 0; i < image_count; ++i) {
+ DynamicImage *image = GetImage(i);
+ if (image->GetFileType() == MH_EXECUTE) {
+ return i;
+ }
+ }
+
+ return -1;
+}
+
+//==============================================================================
+// static
+cpu_type_t DynamicImages::DetermineTaskCPUType(task_t task) {
+ if (task == mach_task_self())
+ return GetNativeCPUType();
+
+ int mib[CTL_MAXNAME];
+ size_t mibLen = CTL_MAXNAME;
+ int err = sysctlnametomib("sysctl.proc_cputype", mib, &mibLen);
+ if (err == 0) {
+ assert(mibLen < CTL_MAXNAME);
+ pid_for_task(task, &mib[mibLen]);
+ mibLen += 1;
+
+ cpu_type_t cpu_type;
+ size_t cpuTypeSize = sizeof(cpu_type);
+ sysctl(mib, mibLen, &cpu_type, &cpuTypeSize, 0, 0);
+ return cpu_type;
+ }
+
+ return GetNativeCPUType();
+}
+
+} // namespace google_breakpad
diff --git a/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/client/mac/handler/dynamic_images.h b/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/client/mac/handler/dynamic_images.h
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..d039eda
--- /dev/null
+++ b/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/client/mac/handler/dynamic_images.h
@@ -0,0 +1,317 @@
+// Copyright (c) 2007, Google Inc.
+// All rights reserved.
+//
+// Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
+// modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are
+// met:
+//
+// * Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright
+// notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
+// * Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above
+// copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer
+// in the documentation and/or other materials provided with the
+// distribution.
+// * Neither the name of Google Inc. nor the names of its
+// contributors may be used to endorse or promote products derived from
+// this software without specific prior written permission.
+//
+// THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS AND CONTRIBUTORS
+// "AS IS" AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT
+// LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR
+// A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE COPYRIGHT
+// OWNER OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL,
+// SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT
+// LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE,
+// DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY
+// THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT
+// (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE
+// OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
+
+// dynamic_images.h
+//
+// Implements most of the function of the dyld API, but allowing an
+// arbitrary task to be introspected, unlike the dyld API which
+// only allows operation on the current task. The current implementation
+// is limited to use by 32-bit tasks.
+
+#ifndef CLIENT_MAC_HANDLER_DYNAMIC_IMAGES_H__
+#define CLIENT_MAC_HANDLER_DYNAMIC_IMAGES_H__
+
+#include <mach/mach.h>
+#include <mach-o/dyld.h>
+#include <mach-o/loader.h>
+#include <sys/types.h>
+
+#include <string>
+#include <vector>
+
+#include "mach_vm_compat.h"
+
+namespace google_breakpad {
+
+using std::string;
+using std::vector;
+
+//==============================================================================
+// The memory layout of this struct matches the dyld_image_info struct
+// defined in "dyld_gdb.h" in the darwin source.
+typedef struct dyld_image_info32 {
+ uint32_t load_address_; // struct mach_header*
+ uint32_t file_path_; // char*
+ uint32_t file_mod_date_;
+} dyld_image_info32;
+
+typedef struct dyld_image_info64 {
+ uint64_t load_address_; // struct mach_header*
+ uint64_t file_path_; // char*
+ uint64_t file_mod_date_;
+} dyld_image_info64;
+
+//==============================================================================
+// This is as defined in "dyld_gdb.h" in the darwin source.
+// _dyld_all_image_infos (in dyld) is a structure of this type
+// which will be used to determine which dynamic code has been loaded.
+typedef struct dyld_all_image_infos32 {
+ uint32_t version; // == 1 in Mac OS X 10.4
+ uint32_t infoArrayCount;
+ uint32_t infoArray; // const struct dyld_image_info*
+ uint32_t notification;
+ bool processDetachedFromSharedRegion;
+} dyld_all_image_infos32;
+
+typedef struct dyld_all_image_infos64 {
+ uint32_t version; // == 1 in Mac OS X 10.4
+ uint32_t infoArrayCount;
+ uint64_t infoArray; // const struct dyld_image_info*
+ uint64_t notification;
+ bool processDetachedFromSharedRegion;
+} dyld_all_image_infos64;
+
+// some typedefs to isolate 64/32 bit differences
+#ifdef __LP64__
+typedef mach_header_64 breakpad_mach_header;
+typedef segment_command_64 breakpad_mach_segment_command;
+#else
+typedef mach_header breakpad_mach_header;
+typedef segment_command breakpad_mach_segment_command;
+#endif
+
+// Helper functions to deal with 32-bit/64-bit Mach-O differences.
+class DynamicImage;
+template<typename MachBits>
+bool FindTextSection(DynamicImage& image);
+
+template<typename MachBits>
+uint32_t GetFileTypeFromHeader(DynamicImage& image);
+
+//==============================================================================
+// Represents a single dynamically loaded mach-o image
+class DynamicImage {
+ public:
+ DynamicImage(uint8_t *header, // data is copied
+ size_t header_size, // includes load commands
+ uint64_t load_address,
+ string file_path,
+ uintptr_t image_mod_date,
+ mach_port_t task,
+ cpu_type_t cpu_type)
+ : header_(header, header + header_size),
+ header_size_(header_size),
+ load_address_(load_address),
+ vmaddr_(0),
+ vmsize_(0),
+ slide_(0),
+ version_(0),
+ file_path_(file_path),
+ file_mod_date_(image_mod_date),
+ task_(task),
+ cpu_type_(cpu_type) {
+ CalculateMemoryAndVersionInfo();
+ }
+
+ // Size of mach_header plus load commands
+ size_t GetHeaderSize() const {return header_.size();}
+
+ // Full path to mach-o binary
+ string GetFilePath() {return file_path_;}
+
+ uint64_t GetModDate() const {return file_mod_date_;}
+
+ // Actual address where the image was loaded
+ uint64_t GetLoadAddress() const {return load_address_;}
+
+ // Address where the image should be loaded
+ mach_vm_address_t GetVMAddr() const {return vmaddr_;}
+
+ // Difference between GetLoadAddress() and GetVMAddr()
+ ptrdiff_t GetVMAddrSlide() const {return slide_;}
+
+ // Size of the image
+ mach_vm_size_t GetVMSize() const {return vmsize_;}
+
+ // Task owning this loaded image
+ mach_port_t GetTask() {return task_;}
+
+ // CPU type of the task
+ cpu_type_t GetCPUType() {return cpu_type_;}
+
+ // filetype from the Mach-O header.
+ uint32_t GetFileType();
+
+ // Return true if the task is a 64-bit architecture.
+ bool Is64Bit() { return (GetCPUType() & CPU_ARCH_ABI64) == CPU_ARCH_ABI64; }
+
+ uint32_t GetVersion() {return version_;}
+ // For sorting
+ bool operator<(const DynamicImage &inInfo) {
+ return GetLoadAddress() < inInfo.GetLoadAddress();
+ }
+
+ // Sanity checking
+ bool IsValid() {return GetVMSize() != 0;}
+
+ private:
+ DynamicImage(const DynamicImage &);
+ DynamicImage &operator=(const DynamicImage &);
+
+ friend class DynamicImages;
+ template<typename MachBits>
+ friend bool FindTextSection(DynamicImage& image);
+ template<typename MachBits>
+ friend uint32_t GetFileTypeFromHeader(DynamicImage& image);
+
+ // Initializes vmaddr_, vmsize_, and slide_
+ void CalculateMemoryAndVersionInfo();
+
+ const vector<uint8_t> header_; // our local copy of the header
+ size_t header_size_; // mach_header plus load commands
+ uint64_t load_address_; // base address image is mapped into
+ mach_vm_address_t vmaddr_;
+ mach_vm_size_t vmsize_;
+ ptrdiff_t slide_;
+ uint32_t version_; // Dylib version
+ string file_path_; // path dyld used to load the image
+ uintptr_t file_mod_date_; // time_t of image file
+
+ mach_port_t task_;
+ cpu_type_t cpu_type_; // CPU type of task_
+};
+
+//==============================================================================
+// DynamicImageRef is just a simple wrapper for a pointer to
+// DynamicImage. The reason we use it instead of a simple typedef is so
+// that we can use stl::sort() on a vector of DynamicImageRefs
+// and simple class pointers can't implement operator<().
+//
+class DynamicImageRef {
+ public:
+ explicit DynamicImageRef(DynamicImage *inP) : p(inP) {}
+ // The copy constructor is required by STL
+ DynamicImageRef(const DynamicImageRef &inRef) : p(inRef.p) {}
+
+ bool operator<(const DynamicImageRef &inRef) const {
+ return (*const_cast<DynamicImageRef*>(this)->p)
+ < (*const_cast<DynamicImageRef&>(inRef).p);
+ }
+
+ bool operator==(const DynamicImageRef &inInfo) const {
+ return (*const_cast<DynamicImageRef*>(this)->p).GetLoadAddress() ==
+ (*const_cast<DynamicImageRef&>(inInfo)).GetLoadAddress();
+ }
+
+ // Be just like DynamicImage*
+ DynamicImage *operator->() {return p;}
+ operator DynamicImage*() {return p;}
+
+ private:
+ DynamicImage *p;
+};
+
+// Helper function to deal with 32-bit/64-bit Mach-O differences.
+class DynamicImages;
+template<typename MachBits>
+void ReadImageInfo(DynamicImages& images, uint64_t image_list_address);
+
+//==============================================================================
+// An object of type DynamicImages may be created to allow introspection of
+// an arbitrary task's dynamically loaded mach-o binaries. This makes the
+// assumption that the current task has send rights to the target task.
+class DynamicImages {
+ public:
+ explicit DynamicImages(mach_port_t task);
+
+ ~DynamicImages() {
+ for (int i = 0; i < GetImageCount(); ++i) {
+ delete image_list_[i];
+ }
+ }
+
+ // Returns the number of dynamically loaded mach-o images.
+ int GetImageCount() const {return static_cast<int>(image_list_.size());}
+
+ // Returns an individual image.
+ DynamicImage *GetImage(int i) {
+ if (i < (int)image_list_.size()) {
+ return image_list_[i];
+ }
+ return NULL;
+ }
+
+ // Returns the image corresponding to the main executable.
+ DynamicImage *GetExecutableImage();
+ int GetExecutableImageIndex();
+
+ // Returns the task which we're looking at.
+ mach_port_t GetTask() const {return task_;}
+
+ // CPU type of the task
+ cpu_type_t GetCPUType() {return cpu_type_;}
+
+ // Return true if the task is a 64-bit architecture.
+ bool Is64Bit() { return (GetCPUType() & CPU_ARCH_ABI64) == CPU_ARCH_ABI64; }
+
+ // Determine the CPU type of the task being dumped.
+ static cpu_type_t DetermineTaskCPUType(task_t task);
+
+ // Get the native CPU type of this task.
+ static cpu_type_t GetNativeCPUType() {
+#if defined(__i386__)
+ return CPU_TYPE_I386;
+#elif defined(__x86_64__)
+ return CPU_TYPE_X86_64;
+#elif defined(__ppc__)
+ return CPU_TYPE_POWERPC;
+#elif defined(__ppc64__)
+ return CPU_TYPE_POWERPC64;
+#elif defined(__arm__)
+ return CPU_TYPE_ARM;
+#else
+#error "GetNativeCPUType not implemented for this architecture"
+#endif
+ }
+
+ private:
+ template<typename MachBits>
+ friend void ReadImageInfo(DynamicImages& images, uint64_t image_list_address);
+
+ bool IsOurTask() {return task_ == mach_task_self();}
+
+ // Initialization
+ void ReadImageInfoForTask();
+ uint64_t GetDyldAllImageInfosPointer();
+
+ mach_port_t task_;
+ cpu_type_t cpu_type_; // CPU type of task_
+ vector<DynamicImageRef> image_list_;
+};
+
+// Fill bytes with the contents of memory at a particular
+// location in another task.
+kern_return_t ReadTaskMemory(task_port_t target_task,
+ const uint64_t address,
+ size_t length,
+ vector<uint8_t> &bytes);
+
+} // namespace google_breakpad
+
+#endif // CLIENT_MAC_HANDLER_DYNAMIC_IMAGES_H__
diff --git a/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/client/mac/handler/exception_handler.cc b/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/client/mac/handler/exception_handler.cc
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..4043019
--- /dev/null
+++ b/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/client/mac/handler/exception_handler.cc
@@ -0,0 +1,830 @@
+// Copyright (c) 2006, Google Inc.
+// All rights reserved.
+//
+// Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
+// modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are
+// met:
+//
+// * Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright
+// notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
+// * Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above
+// copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer
+// in the documentation and/or other materials provided with the
+// distribution.
+// * Neither the name of Google Inc. nor the names of its
+// contributors may be used to endorse or promote products derived from
+// this software without specific prior written permission.
+//
+// THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS AND CONTRIBUTORS
+// "AS IS" AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT
+// LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR
+// A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE COPYRIGHT
+// OWNER OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL,
+// SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT
+// LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE,
+// DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY
+// THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT
+// (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE
+// OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
+
+#include <map>
+#include <mach/exc.h>
+#include <mach/mig.h>
+#include <pthread.h>
+#include <signal.h>
+#include <TargetConditionals.h>
+
+#include "client/mac/handler/exception_handler.h"
+#include "client/mac/handler/minidump_generator.h"
+#include "common/mac/macho_utilities.h"
+#include "common/mac/scoped_task_suspend-inl.h"
+#include "google_breakpad/common/minidump_exception_mac.h"
+
+#ifndef USE_PROTECTED_ALLOCATIONS
+#if TARGET_OS_IPHONE
+#define USE_PROTECTED_ALLOCATIONS 1
+#else
+#define USE_PROTECTED_ALLOCATIONS 0
+#endif
+#endif
+
+// If USE_PROTECTED_ALLOCATIONS is activated then the
+// gBreakpadAllocator needs to be setup in other code
+// ahead of time. Please see ProtectedMemoryAllocator.h
+// for more details.
+#if USE_PROTECTED_ALLOCATIONS
+ #include "protected_memory_allocator.h"
+ extern ProtectedMemoryAllocator *gBreakpadAllocator;
+#endif
+
+namespace google_breakpad {
+
+static union {
+#if USE_PROTECTED_ALLOCATIONS
+ char protected_buffer[PAGE_SIZE] __attribute__((aligned(PAGE_SIZE)));
+#endif
+ google_breakpad::ExceptionHandler *handler;
+} gProtectedData;
+
+using std::map;
+
+// These structures and techniques are illustrated in
+// Mac OS X Internals, Amit Singh, ch 9.7
+struct ExceptionMessage {
+ mach_msg_header_t header;
+ mach_msg_body_t body;
+ mach_msg_port_descriptor_t thread;
+ mach_msg_port_descriptor_t task;
+ NDR_record_t ndr;
+ exception_type_t exception;
+ mach_msg_type_number_t code_count;
+ integer_t code[EXCEPTION_CODE_MAX];
+ char padding[512];
+};
+
+struct ExceptionParameters {
+ ExceptionParameters() : count(0) {}
+ mach_msg_type_number_t count;
+ exception_mask_t masks[EXC_TYPES_COUNT];
+ mach_port_t ports[EXC_TYPES_COUNT];
+ exception_behavior_t behaviors[EXC_TYPES_COUNT];
+ thread_state_flavor_t flavors[EXC_TYPES_COUNT];
+};
+
+struct ExceptionReplyMessage {
+ mach_msg_header_t header;
+ NDR_record_t ndr;
+ kern_return_t return_code;
+};
+
+// Only catch these three exceptions. The other ones are nebulously defined
+// and may result in treating a non-fatal exception as fatal.
+exception_mask_t s_exception_mask = EXC_MASK_BAD_ACCESS |
+EXC_MASK_BAD_INSTRUCTION | EXC_MASK_ARITHMETIC | EXC_MASK_BREAKPOINT;
+
+#if !TARGET_OS_IPHONE
+extern "C"
+{
+ // Forward declarations for functions that need "C" style compilation
+ boolean_t exc_server(mach_msg_header_t *request,
+ mach_msg_header_t *reply);
+
+ // This symbol must be visible to dlsym() - see
+ // http://code.google.com/p/google-breakpad/issues/detail?id=345 for details.
+ kern_return_t catch_exception_raise(mach_port_t target_port,
+ mach_port_t failed_thread,
+ mach_port_t task,
+ exception_type_t exception,
+ exception_data_t code,
+ mach_msg_type_number_t code_count)
+ __attribute__((visibility("default")));
+}
+#endif
+
+kern_return_t ForwardException(mach_port_t task,
+ mach_port_t failed_thread,
+ exception_type_t exception,
+ exception_data_t code,
+ mach_msg_type_number_t code_count);
+
+#if TARGET_OS_IPHONE
+// Implementation is based on the implementation generated by mig.
+boolean_t breakpad_exc_server(mach_msg_header_t *InHeadP,
+ mach_msg_header_t *OutHeadP) {
+ OutHeadP->msgh_bits =
+ MACH_MSGH_BITS(MACH_MSGH_BITS_REMOTE(InHeadP->msgh_bits), 0);
+ OutHeadP->msgh_remote_port = InHeadP->msgh_remote_port;
+ /* Minimal size: routine() will update it if different */
+ OutHeadP->msgh_size = (mach_msg_size_t)sizeof(mig_reply_error_t);
+ OutHeadP->msgh_local_port = MACH_PORT_NULL;
+ OutHeadP->msgh_id = InHeadP->msgh_id + 100;
+
+ if (InHeadP->msgh_id != 2401) {
+ ((mig_reply_error_t *)OutHeadP)->NDR = NDR_record;
+ ((mig_reply_error_t *)OutHeadP)->RetCode = MIG_BAD_ID;
+ return FALSE;
+ }
+
+#ifdef __MigPackStructs
+#pragma pack(4)
+#endif
+ typedef struct {
+ mach_msg_header_t Head;
+ /* start of the kernel processed data */
+ mach_msg_body_t msgh_body;
+ mach_msg_port_descriptor_t thread;
+ mach_msg_port_descriptor_t task;
+ /* end of the kernel processed data */
+ NDR_record_t NDR;
+ exception_type_t exception;
+ mach_msg_type_number_t codeCnt;
+ integer_t code[2];
+ mach_msg_trailer_t trailer;
+ } Request;
+
+ typedef struct {
+ mach_msg_header_t Head;
+ NDR_record_t NDR;
+ kern_return_t RetCode;
+ } Reply;
+#ifdef __MigPackStructs
+#pragma pack()
+#endif
+
+ Request *In0P = (Request *)InHeadP;
+ Reply *OutP = (Reply *)OutHeadP;
+
+ if (In0P->task.name != mach_task_self()) {
+ return FALSE;
+ }
+ OutP->RetCode = ForwardException(In0P->task.name,
+ In0P->thread.name,
+ In0P->exception,
+ In0P->code,
+ In0P->codeCnt);
+ OutP->NDR = NDR_record;
+ return TRUE;
+}
+#else
+boolean_t breakpad_exc_server(mach_msg_header_t *request,
+ mach_msg_header_t *reply) {
+ return exc_server(request, reply);
+}
+
+// Callback from exc_server()
+kern_return_t catch_exception_raise(mach_port_t port, mach_port_t failed_thread,
+ mach_port_t task,
+ exception_type_t exception,
+ exception_data_t code,
+ mach_msg_type_number_t code_count) {
+ if (task != mach_task_self()) {
+ return KERN_FAILURE;
+ }
+ return ForwardException(task, failed_thread, exception, code, code_count);
+}
+#endif
+
+ExceptionHandler::ExceptionHandler(const string &dump_path,
+ FilterCallback filter,
+ MinidumpCallback callback,
+ void *callback_context,
+ bool install_handler,
+ const char *port_name)
+ : dump_path_(),
+ filter_(filter),
+ callback_(callback),
+ callback_context_(callback_context),
+ directCallback_(NULL),
+ handler_thread_(NULL),
+ handler_port_(MACH_PORT_NULL),
+ previous_(NULL),
+ installed_exception_handler_(false),
+ is_in_teardown_(false),
+ last_minidump_write_result_(false),
+ use_minidump_write_mutex_(false) {
+ // This will update to the ID and C-string pointers
+ set_dump_path(dump_path);
+ MinidumpGenerator::GatherSystemInformation();
+#if !TARGET_OS_IPHONE
+ if (port_name)
+ crash_generation_client_.reset(new CrashGenerationClient(port_name));
+#endif
+ Setup(install_handler);
+}
+
+// special constructor if we want to bypass minidump writing and
+// simply get a callback with the exception information
+ExceptionHandler::ExceptionHandler(DirectCallback callback,
+ void *callback_context,
+ bool install_handler)
+ : dump_path_(),
+ filter_(NULL),
+ callback_(NULL),
+ callback_context_(callback_context),
+ directCallback_(callback),
+ handler_thread_(NULL),
+ handler_port_(MACH_PORT_NULL),
+ previous_(NULL),
+ installed_exception_handler_(false),
+ is_in_teardown_(false),
+ last_minidump_write_result_(false),
+ use_minidump_write_mutex_(false) {
+ MinidumpGenerator::GatherSystemInformation();
+ Setup(install_handler);
+}
+
+ExceptionHandler::~ExceptionHandler() {
+ Teardown();
+}
+
+bool ExceptionHandler::WriteMinidump(bool write_exception_stream) {
+ // If we're currently writing, just return
+ if (use_minidump_write_mutex_)
+ return false;
+
+ use_minidump_write_mutex_ = true;
+ last_minidump_write_result_ = false;
+
+ // Lock the mutex. Since we just created it, this will return immediately.
+ if (pthread_mutex_lock(&minidump_write_mutex_) == 0) {
+ // Send an empty message to the handle port so that a minidump will
+ // be written
+ SendMessageToHandlerThread(write_exception_stream ?
+ kWriteDumpWithExceptionMessage :
+ kWriteDumpMessage);
+
+ // Wait for the minidump writer to complete its writing. It will unlock
+ // the mutex when completed
+ pthread_mutex_lock(&minidump_write_mutex_);
+ }
+
+ use_minidump_write_mutex_ = false;
+ UpdateNextID();
+ return last_minidump_write_result_;
+}
+
+// static
+bool ExceptionHandler::WriteMinidump(const string &dump_path,
+ bool write_exception_stream,
+ MinidumpCallback callback,
+ void *callback_context) {
+ ExceptionHandler handler(dump_path, NULL, callback, callback_context, false,
+ NULL);
+ return handler.WriteMinidump(write_exception_stream);
+}
+
+// static
+bool ExceptionHandler::WriteMinidumpForChild(mach_port_t child,
+ mach_port_t child_blamed_thread,
+ const string &dump_path,
+ MinidumpCallback callback,
+ void *callback_context) {
+ ScopedTaskSuspend suspend(child);
+
+ MinidumpGenerator generator(child, MACH_PORT_NULL);
+ string dump_id;
+ string dump_filename = generator.UniqueNameInDirectory(dump_path, &dump_id);
+
+ generator.SetExceptionInformation(EXC_BREAKPOINT,
+#if defined (__i386__) || defined(__x86_64__)
+ EXC_I386_BPT,
+#elif defined (__ppc__) || defined (__ppc64__)
+ EXC_PPC_BREAKPOINT,
+#elif defined (__arm__)
+ EXC_ARM_BREAKPOINT,
+#else
+#error architecture not supported
+#endif
+ 0,
+ child_blamed_thread);
+ bool result = generator.Write(dump_filename.c_str());
+
+ if (callback) {
+ return callback(dump_path.c_str(), dump_id.c_str(),
+ callback_context, result);
+ }
+ return result;
+}
+
+bool ExceptionHandler::WriteMinidumpWithException(int exception_type,
+ int exception_code,
+ int exception_subcode,
+ mach_port_t thread_name,
+ bool exit_after_write,
+ bool report_current_thread) {
+ bool result = false;
+
+ if (directCallback_) {
+ if (directCallback_(callback_context_,
+ exception_type,
+ exception_code,
+ exception_subcode,
+ thread_name) ) {
+ if (exit_after_write)
+ _exit(exception_type);
+ }
+#if !TARGET_OS_IPHONE
+ } else if (IsOutOfProcess()) {
+ if (exception_type && exception_code) {
+ // If this is a real exception, give the filter (if any) a chance to
+ // decide if this should be sent.
+ if (filter_ && !filter_(callback_context_))
+ return false;
+ return crash_generation_client_->RequestDumpForException(
+ exception_type,
+ exception_code,
+ exception_subcode,
+ thread_name);
+ }
+#endif
+ } else {
+ string minidump_id;
+
+ // Putting the MinidumpGenerator in its own context will ensure that the
+ // destructor is executed, closing the newly created minidump file.
+ if (!dump_path_.empty()) {
+ MinidumpGenerator md(mach_task_self(),
+ report_current_thread ? MACH_PORT_NULL :
+ mach_thread_self());
+ if (exception_type && exception_code) {
+ // If this is a real exception, give the filter (if any) a chance to
+ // decide if this should be sent.
+ if (filter_ && !filter_(callback_context_))
+ return false;
+
+ md.SetExceptionInformation(exception_type, exception_code,
+ exception_subcode, thread_name);
+ }
+
+ result = md.Write(next_minidump_path_c_);
+ }
+
+ // Call user specified callback (if any)
+ if (callback_) {
+ // If the user callback returned true and we're handling an exception
+ // (rather than just writing out the file), then we should exit without
+ // forwarding the exception to the next handler.
+ if (callback_(dump_path_c_, next_minidump_id_c_, callback_context_,
+ result)) {
+ if (exit_after_write)
+ _exit(exception_type);
+ }
+ }
+ }
+
+ return result;
+}
+
+kern_return_t ForwardException(mach_port_t task, mach_port_t failed_thread,
+ exception_type_t exception,
+ exception_data_t code,
+ mach_msg_type_number_t code_count) {
+ // At this time, we should have called Uninstall() on the exception handler
+ // so that the current exception ports are the ones that we should be
+ // forwarding to.
+ ExceptionParameters current;
+
+ current.count = EXC_TYPES_COUNT;
+ mach_port_t current_task = mach_task_self();
+ task_get_exception_ports(current_task,
+ s_exception_mask,
+ current.masks,
+ &current.count,
+ current.ports,
+ current.behaviors,
+ current.flavors);
+
+ // Find the first exception handler that matches the exception
+ unsigned int found;
+ for (found = 0; found < current.count; ++found) {
+ if (current.masks[found] & (1 << exception)) {
+ break;
+ }
+ }
+
+ // Nothing to forward
+ if (found == current.count) {
+ fprintf(stderr, "** No previous ports for forwarding!! \n");
+ exit(KERN_FAILURE);
+ }
+
+ mach_port_t target_port = current.ports[found];
+ exception_behavior_t target_behavior = current.behaviors[found];
+
+ kern_return_t result;
+ switch (target_behavior) {
+ case EXCEPTION_DEFAULT:
+ result = exception_raise(target_port, failed_thread, task, exception,
+ code, code_count);
+ break;
+
+ default:
+ fprintf(stderr, "** Unknown exception behavior: %d\n", target_behavior);
+ result = KERN_FAILURE;
+ break;
+ }
+
+ return result;
+}
+
+// static
+void *ExceptionHandler::WaitForMessage(void *exception_handler_class) {
+ ExceptionHandler *self =
+ reinterpret_cast<ExceptionHandler *>(exception_handler_class);
+ ExceptionMessage receive;
+
+ // Wait for the exception info
+ while (1) {
+ receive.header.msgh_local_port = self->handler_port_;
+ receive.header.msgh_size = static_cast<mach_msg_size_t>(sizeof(receive));
+ kern_return_t result = mach_msg(&(receive.header),
+ MACH_RCV_MSG | MACH_RCV_LARGE, 0,
+ receive.header.msgh_size,
+ self->handler_port_,
+ MACH_MSG_TIMEOUT_NONE, MACH_PORT_NULL);
+
+
+ if (result == KERN_SUCCESS) {
+ // Uninstall our handler so that we don't get in a loop if the process of
+ // writing out a minidump causes an exception. However, if the exception
+ // was caused by a fork'd process, don't uninstall things
+
+ // If the actual exception code is zero, then we're calling this handler
+ // in a way that indicates that we want to either exit this thread or
+ // generate a minidump
+ //
+ // While reporting, all threads (except this one) must be suspended
+ // to avoid misleading stacks. If appropriate they will be resumed
+ // afterwards.
+ if (!receive.exception) {
+ // Don't touch self, since this message could have been sent
+ // from its destructor.
+ if (receive.header.msgh_id == kShutdownMessage)
+ return NULL;
+
+ self->SuspendThreads();
+
+#if USE_PROTECTED_ALLOCATIONS
+ if (gBreakpadAllocator)
+ gBreakpadAllocator->Unprotect();
+#endif
+
+ mach_port_t thread = MACH_PORT_NULL;
+ int exception_type = 0;
+ int exception_code = 0;
+ if (receive.header.msgh_id == kWriteDumpWithExceptionMessage) {
+ thread = receive.thread.name;
+ exception_type = EXC_BREAKPOINT;
+#if defined (__i386__) || defined(__x86_64__)
+ exception_code = EXC_I386_BPT;
+#elif defined (__ppc__) || defined (__ppc64__)
+ exception_code = EXC_PPC_BREAKPOINT;
+#elif defined (__arm__)
+ exception_code = EXC_ARM_BREAKPOINT;
+#else
+#error architecture not supported
+#endif
+ }
+
+ // Write out the dump and save the result for later retrieval
+ self->last_minidump_write_result_ =
+ self->WriteMinidumpWithException(exception_type, exception_code,
+ 0, thread,
+ false, false);
+
+#if USE_PROTECTED_ALLOCATIONS
+ if (gBreakpadAllocator)
+ gBreakpadAllocator->Protect();
+#endif
+
+ self->ResumeThreads();
+
+ if (self->use_minidump_write_mutex_)
+ pthread_mutex_unlock(&self->minidump_write_mutex_);
+ } else {
+ // When forking a child process with the exception handler installed,
+ // if the child crashes, it will send the exception back to the parent
+ // process. The check for task == self_task() ensures that only
+ // exceptions that occur in the parent process are caught and
+ // processed. If the exception was not caused by this task, we
+ // still need to call into the exception server and have it return
+ // KERN_FAILURE (see catch_exception_raise) in order for the kernel
+ // to move onto the host exception handler for the child task
+ if (receive.task.name == mach_task_self()) {
+ self->SuspendThreads();
+
+#if USE_PROTECTED_ALLOCATIONS
+ if (gBreakpadAllocator)
+ gBreakpadAllocator->Unprotect();
+#endif
+
+ int subcode = 0;
+ if (receive.exception == EXC_BAD_ACCESS && receive.code_count > 1)
+ subcode = receive.code[1];
+
+ // Generate the minidump with the exception data.
+ self->WriteMinidumpWithException(receive.exception, receive.code[0],
+ subcode, receive.thread.name, true,
+ false);
+
+#if USE_PROTECTED_ALLOCATIONS
+ // This may have become protected again within
+ // WriteMinidumpWithException, but it needs to be unprotected for
+ // UninstallHandler.
+ if (gBreakpadAllocator)
+ gBreakpadAllocator->Unprotect();
+#endif
+
+ self->UninstallHandler(true);
+
+#if USE_PROTECTED_ALLOCATIONS
+ if (gBreakpadAllocator)
+ gBreakpadAllocator->Protect();
+#endif
+ }
+ // Pass along the exception to the server, which will setup the
+ // message and call catch_exception_raise() and put the return
+ // code into the reply.
+ ExceptionReplyMessage reply;
+ if (!breakpad_exc_server(&receive.header, &reply.header))
+ exit(1);
+
+ // Send a reply and exit
+ mach_msg(&(reply.header), MACH_SEND_MSG,
+ reply.header.msgh_size, 0, MACH_PORT_NULL,
+ MACH_MSG_TIMEOUT_NONE, MACH_PORT_NULL);
+ }
+ }
+ }
+
+ return NULL;
+}
+
+//static
+void ExceptionHandler::SignalHandler(int sig, siginfo_t* info, void* uc) {
+#if USE_PROTECTED_ALLOCATIONS
+ if (gBreakpadAllocator)
+ gBreakpadAllocator->Unprotect();
+#endif
+ gProtectedData.handler->WriteMinidumpWithException(
+ EXC_SOFTWARE,
+ MD_EXCEPTION_CODE_MAC_ABORT,
+ 0,
+ mach_thread_self(),
+ true,
+ true);
+#if USE_PROTECTED_ALLOCATIONS
+ if (gBreakpadAllocator)
+ gBreakpadAllocator->Protect();
+#endif
+}
+
+bool ExceptionHandler::InstallHandler() {
+ // If a handler is already installed, something is really wrong.
+ if (gProtectedData.handler != NULL) {
+ return false;
+ }
+#if TARGET_OS_IPHONE
+ if (!IsOutOfProcess()) {
+ struct sigaction sa;
+ memset(&sa, 0, sizeof(sa));
+ sigemptyset(&sa.sa_mask);
+ sigaddset(&sa.sa_mask, SIGABRT);
+ sa.sa_sigaction = ExceptionHandler::SignalHandler;
+ sa.sa_flags = SA_SIGINFO;
+
+ scoped_ptr<struct sigaction> old(new struct sigaction);
+ if (sigaction(SIGABRT, &sa, old.get()) == -1) {
+ return false;
+ }
+ old_handler_.swap(old);
+ gProtectedData.handler = this;
+#if USE_PROTECTED_ALLOCATIONS
+ assert(((size_t)(gProtectedData.protected_buffer) & PAGE_MASK) == 0);
+ mprotect(gProtectedData.protected_buffer, PAGE_SIZE, PROT_READ);
+#endif
+ }
+#endif
+
+ try {
+#if USE_PROTECTED_ALLOCATIONS
+ previous_ = new (gBreakpadAllocator->Allocate(sizeof(ExceptionParameters)) )
+ ExceptionParameters();
+#else
+ previous_ = new ExceptionParameters();
+#endif
+
+ }
+ catch (std::bad_alloc) {
+ return false;
+ }
+
+ // Save the current exception ports so that we can forward to them
+ previous_->count = EXC_TYPES_COUNT;
+ mach_port_t current_task = mach_task_self();
+ kern_return_t result = task_get_exception_ports(current_task,
+ s_exception_mask,
+ previous_->masks,
+ &previous_->count,
+ previous_->ports,
+ previous_->behaviors,
+ previous_->flavors);
+
+ // Setup the exception ports on this task
+ if (result == KERN_SUCCESS)
+ result = task_set_exception_ports(current_task, s_exception_mask,
+ handler_port_, EXCEPTION_DEFAULT,
+ THREAD_STATE_NONE);
+
+ installed_exception_handler_ = (result == KERN_SUCCESS);
+
+ return installed_exception_handler_;
+}
+
+bool ExceptionHandler::UninstallHandler(bool in_exception) {
+ kern_return_t result = KERN_SUCCESS;
+
+ if (old_handler_.get()) {
+ sigaction(SIGABRT, old_handler_.get(), NULL);
+#if USE_PROTECTED_ALLOCATIONS
+ mprotect(gProtectedData.protected_buffer, PAGE_SIZE,
+ PROT_READ | PROT_WRITE);
+#endif
+ old_handler_.reset();
+ gProtectedData.handler = NULL;
+ }
+
+ if (installed_exception_handler_) {
+ mach_port_t current_task = mach_task_self();
+
+ // Restore the previous ports
+ for (unsigned int i = 0; i < previous_->count; ++i) {
+ result = task_set_exception_ports(current_task, previous_->masks[i],
+ previous_->ports[i],
+ previous_->behaviors[i],
+ previous_->flavors[i]);
+ if (result != KERN_SUCCESS)
+ return false;
+ }
+
+ // this delete should NOT happen if an exception just occurred!
+ if (!in_exception) {
+#if USE_PROTECTED_ALLOCATIONS
+ previous_->~ExceptionParameters();
+#else
+ delete previous_;
+#endif
+ }
+
+ previous_ = NULL;
+ installed_exception_handler_ = false;
+ }
+
+ return result == KERN_SUCCESS;
+}
+
+bool ExceptionHandler::Setup(bool install_handler) {
+ if (pthread_mutex_init(&minidump_write_mutex_, NULL))
+ return false;
+
+ // Create a receive right
+ mach_port_t current_task = mach_task_self();
+ kern_return_t result = mach_port_allocate(current_task,
+ MACH_PORT_RIGHT_RECEIVE,
+ &handler_port_);
+ // Add send right
+ if (result == KERN_SUCCESS)
+ result = mach_port_insert_right(current_task, handler_port_, handler_port_,
+ MACH_MSG_TYPE_MAKE_SEND);
+
+ if (install_handler && result == KERN_SUCCESS)
+ if (!InstallHandler())
+ return false;
+
+ if (result == KERN_SUCCESS) {
+ // Install the handler in its own thread, detached as we won't be joining.
+ pthread_attr_t attr;
+ pthread_attr_init(&attr);
+ pthread_attr_setdetachstate(&attr, PTHREAD_CREATE_DETACHED);
+ int thread_create_result = pthread_create(&handler_thread_, &attr,
+ &WaitForMessage, this);
+ pthread_attr_destroy(&attr);
+ result = thread_create_result ? KERN_FAILURE : KERN_SUCCESS;
+ }
+
+ return result == KERN_SUCCESS ? true : false;
+}
+
+bool ExceptionHandler::Teardown() {
+ kern_return_t result = KERN_SUCCESS;
+ is_in_teardown_ = true;
+
+ if (!UninstallHandler(false))
+ return false;
+
+ // Send an empty message so that the handler_thread exits
+ if (SendMessageToHandlerThread(kShutdownMessage)) {
+ mach_port_t current_task = mach_task_self();
+ result = mach_port_deallocate(current_task, handler_port_);
+ if (result != KERN_SUCCESS)
+ return false;
+ } else {
+ return false;
+ }
+
+ handler_thread_ = NULL;
+ handler_port_ = MACH_PORT_NULL;
+ pthread_mutex_destroy(&minidump_write_mutex_);
+
+ return result == KERN_SUCCESS;
+}
+
+bool ExceptionHandler::SendMessageToHandlerThread(
+ HandlerThreadMessage message_id) {
+ ExceptionMessage msg;
+ memset(&msg, 0, sizeof(msg));
+ msg.header.msgh_id = message_id;
+ if (message_id == kWriteDumpMessage ||
+ message_id == kWriteDumpWithExceptionMessage) {
+ // Include this thread's port.
+ msg.thread.name = mach_thread_self();
+ msg.thread.disposition = MACH_MSG_TYPE_PORT_SEND;
+ msg.thread.type = MACH_MSG_PORT_DESCRIPTOR;
+ }
+ msg.header.msgh_size = sizeof(msg) - sizeof(msg.padding);
+ msg.header.msgh_remote_port = handler_port_;
+ msg.header.msgh_bits = MACH_MSGH_BITS(MACH_MSG_TYPE_COPY_SEND,
+ MACH_MSG_TYPE_MAKE_SEND_ONCE);
+ kern_return_t result = mach_msg(&(msg.header),
+ MACH_SEND_MSG | MACH_SEND_TIMEOUT,
+ msg.header.msgh_size, 0, 0,
+ MACH_MSG_TIMEOUT_NONE, MACH_PORT_NULL);
+
+ return result == KERN_SUCCESS;
+}
+
+void ExceptionHandler::UpdateNextID() {
+ next_minidump_path_ =
+ (MinidumpGenerator::UniqueNameInDirectory(dump_path_, &next_minidump_id_));
+
+ next_minidump_path_c_ = next_minidump_path_.c_str();
+ next_minidump_id_c_ = next_minidump_id_.c_str();
+}
+
+bool ExceptionHandler::SuspendThreads() {
+ thread_act_port_array_t threads_for_task;
+ mach_msg_type_number_t thread_count;
+
+ if (task_threads(mach_task_self(), &threads_for_task, &thread_count))
+ return false;
+
+ // suspend all of the threads except for this one
+ for (unsigned int i = 0; i < thread_count; ++i) {
+ if (threads_for_task[i] != mach_thread_self()) {
+ if (thread_suspend(threads_for_task[i]))
+ return false;
+ }
+ }
+
+ return true;
+}
+
+bool ExceptionHandler::ResumeThreads() {
+ thread_act_port_array_t threads_for_task;
+ mach_msg_type_number_t thread_count;
+
+ if (task_threads(mach_task_self(), &threads_for_task, &thread_count))
+ return false;
+
+ // resume all of the threads except for this one
+ for (unsigned int i = 0; i < thread_count; ++i) {
+ if (threads_for_task[i] != mach_thread_self()) {
+ if (thread_resume(threads_for_task[i]))
+ return false;
+ }
+ }
+
+ return true;
+}
+
+} // namespace google_breakpad
diff --git a/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/client/mac/handler/exception_handler.h b/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/client/mac/handler/exception_handler.h
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..ec09134
--- /dev/null
+++ b/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/client/mac/handler/exception_handler.h
@@ -0,0 +1,277 @@
+// Copyright (c) 2006, Google Inc.
+// All rights reserved.
+//
+// Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
+// modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are
+// met:
+//
+// * Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright
+// notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
+// * Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above
+// copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer
+// in the documentation and/or other materials provided with the
+// distribution.
+// * Neither the name of Google Inc. nor the names of its
+// contributors may be used to endorse or promote products derived from
+// this software without specific prior written permission.
+//
+// THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS AND CONTRIBUTORS
+// "AS IS" AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT
+// LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR
+// A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE COPYRIGHT
+// OWNER OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL,
+// SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT
+// LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE,
+// DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY
+// THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT
+// (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE
+// OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
+
+// exception_handler.h: MacOS exception handler
+// This class can install a Mach exception port handler to trap most common
+// programming errors. If an exception occurs, a minidump file will be
+// generated which contains detailed information about the process and the
+// exception.
+
+#ifndef CLIENT_MAC_HANDLER_EXCEPTION_HANDLER_H__
+#define CLIENT_MAC_HANDLER_EXCEPTION_HANDLER_H__
+
+#include <mach/mach.h>
+#include <TargetConditionals.h>
+
+#include <string>
+
+#include "processor/scoped_ptr.h"
+
+#if !TARGET_OS_IPHONE
+#include "client/mac/crash_generation/crash_generation_client.h"
+#endif
+
+namespace google_breakpad {
+
+using std::string;
+
+struct ExceptionParameters;
+
+enum HandlerThreadMessage {
+ // Message ID telling the handler thread to write a dump.
+ kWriteDumpMessage = 0,
+ // Message ID telling the handler thread to write a dump and include
+ // an exception stream.
+ kWriteDumpWithExceptionMessage = 1,
+ // Message ID telling the handler thread to quit.
+ kShutdownMessage = 2
+};
+
+class ExceptionHandler {
+ public:
+ // A callback function to run before Breakpad performs any substantial
+ // processing of an exception. A FilterCallback is called before writing
+ // a minidump. context is the parameter supplied by the user as
+ // callback_context when the handler was created.
+ //
+ // If a FilterCallback returns true, Breakpad will continue processing,
+ // attempting to write a minidump. If a FilterCallback returns false, Breakpad
+ // will immediately report the exception as unhandled without writing a
+ // minidump, allowing another handler the opportunity to handle it.
+ typedef bool (*FilterCallback)(void *context);
+
+ // A callback function to run after the minidump has been written.
+ // |minidump_id| is a unique id for the dump, so the minidump
+ // file is <dump_dir>/<minidump_id>.dmp.
+ // |context| is the value passed into the constructor.
+ // |succeeded| indicates whether a minidump file was successfully written.
+ // Return true if the exception was fully handled and breakpad should exit.
+ // Return false to allow any other exception handlers to process the
+ // exception.
+ typedef bool (*MinidumpCallback)(const char *dump_dir,
+ const char *minidump_id,
+ void *context, bool succeeded);
+
+ // A callback function which will be called directly if an exception occurs.
+ // This bypasses the minidump file writing and simply gives the client
+ // the exception information.
+ typedef bool (*DirectCallback)( void *context,
+ int exception_type,
+ int exception_code,
+ int exception_subcode,
+ mach_port_t thread_name);
+
+ // Creates a new ExceptionHandler instance to handle writing minidumps.
+ // Minidump files will be written to dump_path, and the optional callback
+ // is called after writing the dump file, as described above.
+ // If install_handler is true, then a minidump will be written whenever
+ // an unhandled exception occurs. If it is false, minidumps will only
+ // be written when WriteMinidump is called.
+ // If port_name is non-NULL, attempt to perform out-of-process dump generation
+ // If port_name is NULL, in-process dump generation will be used.
+ ExceptionHandler(const string &dump_path,
+ FilterCallback filter, MinidumpCallback callback,
+ void *callback_context, bool install_handler,
+ const char *port_name);
+
+ // A special constructor if we want to bypass minidump writing and
+ // simply get a callback with the exception information.
+ ExceptionHandler(DirectCallback callback,
+ void *callback_context,
+ bool install_handler);
+
+ ~ExceptionHandler();
+
+ // Get and set the minidump path.
+ string dump_path() const { return dump_path_; }
+ void set_dump_path(const string &dump_path) {
+ dump_path_ = dump_path;
+ dump_path_c_ = dump_path_.c_str();
+ UpdateNextID(); // Necessary to put dump_path_ in next_minidump_path_.
+ }
+
+ // Writes a minidump immediately. This can be used to capture the
+ // execution state independently of a crash. Returns true on success.
+ bool WriteMinidump() {
+ return WriteMinidump(false);
+ }
+
+ bool WriteMinidump(bool write_exception_stream);
+
+ // Convenience form of WriteMinidump which does not require an
+ // ExceptionHandler instance.
+ static bool WriteMinidump(const string &dump_path, MinidumpCallback callback,
+ void *callback_context) {
+ return WriteMinidump(dump_path, false, callback, callback_context);
+ }
+
+ static bool WriteMinidump(const string &dump_path,
+ bool write_exception_stream,
+ MinidumpCallback callback,
+ void *callback_context);
+
+ // Write a minidump of child immediately. This can be used to capture
+ // the execution state of a child process independently of a crash.
+ static bool WriteMinidumpForChild(mach_port_t child,
+ mach_port_t child_blamed_thread,
+ const std::string &dump_path,
+ MinidumpCallback callback,
+ void *callback_context);
+
+ // Returns whether out-of-process dump generation is used or not.
+ bool IsOutOfProcess() const {
+#if TARGET_OS_IPHONE
+ return false;
+#else
+ return crash_generation_client_.get() != NULL;
+#endif
+ }
+
+ private:
+ // Install the mach exception handler
+ bool InstallHandler();
+
+ // Uninstall the mach exception handler (if any)
+ bool UninstallHandler(bool in_exception);
+
+ // Setup the handler thread, and if |install_handler| is true, install the
+ // mach exception port handler
+ bool Setup(bool install_handler);
+
+ // Uninstall the mach exception handler (if any) and terminate the helper
+ // thread
+ bool Teardown();
+
+ // Send a mach message to the exception handler. Return true on
+ // success, false otherwise.
+ bool SendMessageToHandlerThread(HandlerThreadMessage message_id);
+
+ // All minidump writing goes through this one routine
+ bool WriteMinidumpWithException(int exception_type,
+ int exception_code,
+ int exception_subcode,
+ mach_port_t thread_name,
+ bool exit_after_write,
+ bool report_current_thread);
+
+ // When installed, this static function will be call from a newly created
+ // pthread with |this| as the argument
+ static void *WaitForMessage(void *exception_handler_class);
+
+ // Signal handler for SIGABRT.
+ static void SignalHandler(int sig, siginfo_t* info, void* uc);
+
+ // disallow copy ctor and operator=
+ explicit ExceptionHandler(const ExceptionHandler &);
+ void operator=(const ExceptionHandler &);
+
+ // Generates a new ID and stores it in next_minidump_id_, and stores the
+ // path of the next minidump to be written in next_minidump_path_.
+ void UpdateNextID();
+
+ // These functions will suspend/resume all threads except for the
+ // reporting thread
+ bool SuspendThreads();
+ bool ResumeThreads();
+
+ // The destination directory for the minidump
+ string dump_path_;
+
+ // The basename of the next minidump w/o extension
+ string next_minidump_id_;
+
+ // The full path to the next minidump to be written, including extension
+ string next_minidump_path_;
+
+ // Pointers to the UTF-8 versions of above
+ const char *dump_path_c_;
+ const char *next_minidump_id_c_;
+ const char *next_minidump_path_c_;
+
+ // The callback function and pointer to be passed back after the minidump
+ // has been written
+ FilterCallback filter_;
+ MinidumpCallback callback_;
+ void *callback_context_;
+
+ // The callback function to be passed back when we don't want a minidump
+ // file to be written
+ DirectCallback directCallback_;
+
+ // The thread that is created for the handler
+ pthread_t handler_thread_;
+
+ // The port that is waiting on an exception message to be sent, if the
+ // handler is installed
+ mach_port_t handler_port_;
+
+ // These variables save the previous exception handler's data so that it
+ // can be re-installed when this handler is uninstalled
+ ExceptionParameters *previous_;
+
+ // True, if we've installed the exception handler
+ bool installed_exception_handler_;
+
+ // True, if we're in the process of uninstalling the exception handler and
+ // the thread.
+ bool is_in_teardown_;
+
+ // Save the last result of the last minidump
+ bool last_minidump_write_result_;
+
+ // A mutex for use when writing out a minidump that was requested on a
+ // thread other than the exception handler.
+ pthread_mutex_t minidump_write_mutex_;
+
+ // True, if we're using the mutext to indicate when mindump writing occurs
+ bool use_minidump_write_mutex_;
+
+ // Old signal handler for SIGABRT. Used to be able to restore it when
+ // uninstalling.
+ scoped_ptr<struct sigaction> old_handler_;
+
+#if !TARGET_OS_IPHONE
+ // Client for out-of-process dump generation.
+ scoped_ptr<CrashGenerationClient> crash_generation_client_;
+#endif
+};
+
+} // namespace google_breakpad
+
+#endif // CLIENT_MAC_HANDLER_EXCEPTION_HANDLER_H__
diff --git a/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/client/mac/handler/mach_vm_compat.h b/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/client/mac/handler/mach_vm_compat.h
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..e0459be
--- /dev/null
+++ b/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/client/mac/handler/mach_vm_compat.h
@@ -0,0 +1,49 @@
+// Copyright (c) 2011, Google Inc.
+// All rights reserved.
+//
+// Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
+// modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are
+// met:
+//
+// * Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright
+// notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
+// * Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above
+// copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer
+// in the documentation and/or other materials provided with the
+// distribution.
+// * Neither the name of Google Inc. nor the names of its
+// contributors may be used to endorse or promote products derived from
+// this software without specific prior written permission.
+//
+// THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS AND CONTRIBUTORS
+// "AS IS" AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT
+// LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR
+// A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE COPYRIGHT
+// OWNER OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL,
+// SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT
+// LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE,
+// DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY
+// THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT
+// (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE
+// OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
+
+#ifndef CLIENT_MAC_GENERATOR_MACH_VM_COMPAT_H_
+#define CLIENT_MAC_GENERATOR_MACH_VM_COMPAT_H_
+
+#include <TargetConditionals.h>
+
+// On iOS 5, mach/mach_vm.h is not supported anymore. As the architecture is 32
+// bits, we can use the simple vm_ functions instead of the mach_vm_ ones.
+#if TARGET_OS_IPHONE
+#include <mach/vm_map.h>
+#define mach_vm_address_t vm_address_t
+#define mach_vm_deallocate vm_deallocate
+#define mach_vm_read vm_read
+#define mach_vm_region vm_region
+#define mach_vm_region_recurse vm_region_recurse
+#define mach_vm_size_t vm_size_t
+#else
+#include <mach/mach_vm.h>
+#endif // TARGET_OS_IPHONE
+
+#endif // CLIENT_MAC_GENERATOR_MACH_VM_COMPAT_H_
diff --git a/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/client/mac/handler/minidump_generator.cc b/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/client/mac/handler/minidump_generator.cc
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..b1d429c
--- /dev/null
+++ b/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/client/mac/handler/minidump_generator.cc
@@ -0,0 +1,1432 @@
+// Copyright (c) 2006, Google Inc.
+// All rights reserved.
+//
+// Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
+// modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are
+// met:
+//
+// * Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright
+// notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
+// * Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above
+// copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer
+// in the documentation and/or other materials provided with the
+// distribution.
+// * Neither the name of Google Inc. nor the names of its
+// contributors may be used to endorse or promote products derived from
+// this software without specific prior written permission.
+//
+// THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS AND CONTRIBUTORS
+// "AS IS" AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT
+// LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR
+// A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE COPYRIGHT
+// OWNER OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL,
+// SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT
+// LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE,
+// DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY
+// THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT
+// (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE
+// OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
+
+#include <algorithm>
+#include <cstdio>
+
+#include <mach/host_info.h>
+#include <mach/vm_statistics.h>
+#include <mach-o/dyld.h>
+#include <mach-o/loader.h>
+#include <sys/sysctl.h>
+#include <sys/resource.h>
+
+#include <CoreFoundation/CoreFoundation.h>
+
+#include "client/mac/handler/minidump_generator.h"
+
+#ifdef HAS_ARM_SUPPORT
+#include <mach/arm/thread_status.h>
+#endif
+#ifdef HAS_PPC_SUPPORT
+#include <mach/ppc/thread_status.h>
+#endif
+#ifdef HAS_X86_SUPPORT
+#include <mach/i386/thread_status.h>
+#endif
+
+#include "client/minidump_file_writer-inl.h"
+#include "common/mac/file_id.h"
+#include "common/mac/macho_id.h"
+#include "common/mac/string_utilities.h"
+
+using MacStringUtils::ConvertToString;
+using MacStringUtils::IntegerValueAtIndex;
+
+namespace google_breakpad {
+
+#if __LP64__
+#define LC_SEGMENT_ARCH LC_SEGMENT_64
+#else
+#define LC_SEGMENT_ARCH LC_SEGMENT
+#endif
+
+// constructor when generating from within the crashed process
+MinidumpGenerator::MinidumpGenerator()
+ : writer_(),
+ exception_type_(0),
+ exception_code_(0),
+ exception_subcode_(0),
+ exception_thread_(0),
+ crashing_task_(mach_task_self()),
+ handler_thread_(mach_thread_self()),
+ cpu_type_(DynamicImages::GetNativeCPUType()),
+ dynamic_images_(NULL),
+ memory_blocks_(&allocator_) {
+ GatherSystemInformation();
+}
+
+// constructor when generating from a different process than the
+// crashed process
+MinidumpGenerator::MinidumpGenerator(mach_port_t crashing_task,
+ mach_port_t handler_thread)
+ : writer_(),
+ exception_type_(0),
+ exception_code_(0),
+ exception_subcode_(0),
+ exception_thread_(0),
+ crashing_task_(crashing_task),
+ handler_thread_(handler_thread),
+ cpu_type_(DynamicImages::GetNativeCPUType()),
+ dynamic_images_(NULL),
+ memory_blocks_(&allocator_) {
+ if (crashing_task != mach_task_self()) {
+ dynamic_images_ = new DynamicImages(crashing_task_);
+ cpu_type_ = dynamic_images_->GetCPUType();
+ } else {
+ dynamic_images_ = NULL;
+ cpu_type_ = DynamicImages::GetNativeCPUType();
+ }
+
+ GatherSystemInformation();
+}
+
+MinidumpGenerator::~MinidumpGenerator() {
+ delete dynamic_images_;
+}
+
+char MinidumpGenerator::build_string_[16];
+int MinidumpGenerator::os_major_version_ = 0;
+int MinidumpGenerator::os_minor_version_ = 0;
+int MinidumpGenerator::os_build_number_ = 0;
+
+// static
+void MinidumpGenerator::GatherSystemInformation() {
+ // If this is non-zero, then we've already gathered the information
+ if (os_major_version_)
+ return;
+
+ // This code extracts the version and build information from the OS
+ CFStringRef vers_path =
+ CFSTR("/System/Library/CoreServices/SystemVersion.plist");
+ CFURLRef sys_vers =
+ CFURLCreateWithFileSystemPath(NULL,
+ vers_path,
+ kCFURLPOSIXPathStyle,
+ false);
+ CFDataRef data;
+ SInt32 error;
+ CFURLCreateDataAndPropertiesFromResource(NULL, sys_vers, &data, NULL, NULL,
+ &error);
+
+ if (!data) {
+ CFRelease(sys_vers);
+ return;
+ }
+
+ CFDictionaryRef list = static_cast<CFDictionaryRef>
+ (CFPropertyListCreateFromXMLData(NULL, data, kCFPropertyListImmutable,
+ NULL));
+ if (!list) {
+ CFRelease(sys_vers);
+ CFRelease(data);
+ return;
+ }
+
+ CFStringRef build_version = static_cast<CFStringRef>
+ (CFDictionaryGetValue(list, CFSTR("ProductBuildVersion")));
+ CFStringRef product_version = static_cast<CFStringRef>
+ (CFDictionaryGetValue(list, CFSTR("ProductVersion")));
+ string build_str = ConvertToString(build_version);
+ string product_str = ConvertToString(product_version);
+
+ CFRelease(list);
+ CFRelease(sys_vers);
+ CFRelease(data);
+
+ strlcpy(build_string_, build_str.c_str(), sizeof(build_string_));
+
+ // Parse the string that looks like "10.4.8"
+ os_major_version_ = IntegerValueAtIndex(product_str, 0);
+ os_minor_version_ = IntegerValueAtIndex(product_str, 1);
+ os_build_number_ = IntegerValueAtIndex(product_str, 2);
+}
+
+string MinidumpGenerator::UniqueNameInDirectory(const string &dir,
+ string *unique_name) {
+ CFUUIDRef uuid = CFUUIDCreate(NULL);
+ CFStringRef uuid_cfstr = CFUUIDCreateString(NULL, uuid);
+ CFRelease(uuid);
+ string file_name(ConvertToString(uuid_cfstr));
+ CFRelease(uuid_cfstr);
+ string path(dir);
+
+ // Ensure that the directory (if non-empty) has a trailing slash so that
+ // we can append the file name and have a valid pathname.
+ if (!dir.empty()) {
+ if (dir.at(dir.size() - 1) != '/')
+ path.append(1, '/');
+ }
+
+ path.append(file_name);
+ path.append(".dmp");
+
+ if (unique_name)
+ *unique_name = file_name;
+
+ return path;
+}
+
+bool MinidumpGenerator::Write(const char *path) {
+ WriteStreamFN writers[] = {
+ &MinidumpGenerator::WriteThreadListStream,
+ &MinidumpGenerator::WriteMemoryListStream,
+ &MinidumpGenerator::WriteSystemInfoStream,
+ &MinidumpGenerator::WriteModuleListStream,
+ &MinidumpGenerator::WriteMiscInfoStream,
+ &MinidumpGenerator::WriteBreakpadInfoStream,
+ // Exception stream needs to be the last entry in this array as it may
+ // be omitted in the case where the minidump is written without an
+ // exception.
+ &MinidumpGenerator::WriteExceptionStream,
+ };
+ bool result = false;
+
+ // If opening was successful, create the header, directory, and call each
+ // writer. The destructor for the TypedMDRVAs will cause the data to be
+ // flushed. The destructor for the MinidumpFileWriter will close the file.
+ if (writer_.Open(path)) {
+ TypedMDRVA<MDRawHeader> header(&writer_);
+ TypedMDRVA<MDRawDirectory> dir(&writer_);
+
+ if (!header.Allocate())
+ return false;
+
+ int writer_count = static_cast<int>(sizeof(writers) / sizeof(writers[0]));
+
+ // If we don't have exception information, don't write out the
+ // exception stream
+ if (!exception_thread_ && !exception_type_)
+ --writer_count;
+
+ // Add space for all writers
+ if (!dir.AllocateArray(writer_count))
+ return false;
+
+ MDRawHeader *header_ptr = header.get();
+ header_ptr->signature = MD_HEADER_SIGNATURE;
+ header_ptr->version = MD_HEADER_VERSION;
+ time(reinterpret_cast<time_t *>(&(header_ptr->time_date_stamp)));
+ header_ptr->stream_count = writer_count;
+ header_ptr->stream_directory_rva = dir.position();
+
+ MDRawDirectory local_dir;
+ result = true;
+ for (int i = 0; (result) && (i < writer_count); ++i) {
+ result = (this->*writers[i])(&local_dir);
+
+ if (result)
+ dir.CopyIndex(i, &local_dir);
+ }
+ }
+ return result;
+}
+
+size_t MinidumpGenerator::CalculateStackSize(mach_vm_address_t start_addr) {
+ mach_vm_address_t stack_region_base = start_addr;
+ mach_vm_size_t stack_region_size;
+ natural_t nesting_level = 0;
+ vm_region_submap_info_64 submap_info;
+ mach_msg_type_number_t info_count = VM_REGION_SUBMAP_INFO_COUNT_64;
+
+ vm_region_recurse_info_t region_info;
+ region_info = reinterpret_cast<vm_region_recurse_info_t>(&submap_info);
+
+ if (start_addr == 0) {
+ return 0;
+ }
+
+ kern_return_t result =
+ mach_vm_region_recurse(crashing_task_, &stack_region_base,
+ &stack_region_size, &nesting_level,
+ region_info, &info_count);
+
+ if (result != KERN_SUCCESS || start_addr < stack_region_base) {
+ // Failure or stack corruption, since mach_vm_region had to go
+ // higher in the process address space to find a valid region.
+ return 0;
+ }
+
+ unsigned int tag = submap_info.user_tag;
+
+ // If the user tag is VM_MEMORY_STACK, look for more readable regions with
+ // the same tag placed immediately above the computed stack region. Under
+ // some circumstances, the stack for thread 0 winds up broken up into
+ // multiple distinct abutting regions. This can happen for several reasons,
+ // including user code that calls setrlimit(RLIMIT_STACK, ...) or changes
+ // the access on stack pages by calling mprotect.
+ if (tag == VM_MEMORY_STACK) {
+ while (true) {
+ mach_vm_address_t next_region_base = stack_region_base +
+ stack_region_size;
+ mach_vm_address_t proposed_next_region_base = next_region_base;
+ mach_vm_size_t next_region_size;
+ nesting_level = 0;
+ mach_msg_type_number_t info_count = VM_REGION_SUBMAP_INFO_COUNT_64;
+ result = mach_vm_region_recurse(crashing_task_, &next_region_base,
+ &next_region_size, &nesting_level,
+ region_info, &info_count);
+ if (result != KERN_SUCCESS ||
+ next_region_base != proposed_next_region_base ||
+ submap_info.user_tag != tag ||
+ (submap_info.protection & VM_PROT_READ) == 0) {
+ break;
+ }
+
+ stack_region_size += next_region_size;
+ }
+ }
+
+ return stack_region_base + stack_region_size - start_addr;
+}
+
+bool MinidumpGenerator::WriteStackFromStartAddress(
+ mach_vm_address_t start_addr,
+ MDMemoryDescriptor *stack_location) {
+ UntypedMDRVA memory(&writer_);
+
+ bool result = false;
+ size_t size = CalculateStackSize(start_addr);
+
+ if (size == 0) {
+ // In some situations the stack address for the thread can come back 0.
+ // In these cases we skip over the threads in question and stuff the
+ // stack with a clearly borked value.
+ start_addr = 0xDEADBEEF;
+ size = 16;
+ if (!memory.Allocate(size))
+ return false;
+
+ unsigned long long dummy_stack[2]; // Fill dummy stack with 16 bytes of
+ // junk.
+ dummy_stack[0] = 0xDEADBEEF;
+ dummy_stack[1] = 0xDEADBEEF;
+
+ result = memory.Copy(dummy_stack, size);
+ } else {
+
+ if (!memory.Allocate(size))
+ return false;
+
+ if (dynamic_images_) {
+ vector<uint8_t> stack_memory;
+ if (ReadTaskMemory(crashing_task_,
+ start_addr,
+ size,
+ stack_memory) != KERN_SUCCESS) {
+ return false;
+ }
+
+ result = memory.Copy(&stack_memory[0], size);
+ } else {
+ result = memory.Copy(reinterpret_cast<const void *>(start_addr), size);
+ }
+ }
+
+ stack_location->start_of_memory_range = start_addr;
+ stack_location->memory = memory.location();
+
+ return result;
+}
+
+bool MinidumpGenerator::WriteStack(breakpad_thread_state_data_t state,
+ MDMemoryDescriptor *stack_location) {
+ switch (cpu_type_) {
+#ifdef HAS_ARM_SUPPORT
+ case CPU_TYPE_ARM:
+ return WriteStackARM(state, stack_location);
+#endif
+#ifdef HAS_PPC_SUPPORT
+ case CPU_TYPE_POWERPC:
+ return WriteStackPPC(state, stack_location);
+ case CPU_TYPE_POWERPC64:
+ return WriteStackPPC64(state, stack_location);
+#endif
+#ifdef HAS_X86_SUPPORT
+ case CPU_TYPE_I386:
+ return WriteStackX86(state, stack_location);
+ case CPU_TYPE_X86_64:
+ return WriteStackX86_64(state, stack_location);
+#endif
+ default:
+ return false;
+ }
+}
+
+bool MinidumpGenerator::WriteContext(breakpad_thread_state_data_t state,
+ MDLocationDescriptor *register_location) {
+ switch (cpu_type_) {
+#ifdef HAS_ARM_SUPPORT
+ case CPU_TYPE_ARM:
+ return WriteContextARM(state, register_location);
+#endif
+#ifdef HAS_PPC_SUPPORT
+ case CPU_TYPE_POWERPC:
+ return WriteContextPPC(state, register_location);
+ case CPU_TYPE_POWERPC64:
+ return WriteContextPPC64(state, register_location);
+#endif
+#ifdef HAS_X86_SUPPORT
+ case CPU_TYPE_I386:
+ return WriteContextX86(state, register_location);
+ case CPU_TYPE_X86_64:
+ return WriteContextX86_64(state, register_location);
+#endif
+ default:
+ return false;
+ }
+}
+
+u_int64_t MinidumpGenerator::CurrentPCForStack(
+ breakpad_thread_state_data_t state) {
+ switch (cpu_type_) {
+#ifdef HAS_ARM_SUPPORT
+ case CPU_TYPE_ARM:
+ return CurrentPCForStackARM(state);
+#endif
+#ifdef HAS_PPC_SUPPORT
+ case CPU_TYPE_POWERPC:
+ return CurrentPCForStackPPC(state);
+ case CPU_TYPE_POWERPC64:
+ return CurrentPCForStackPPC64(state);
+#endif
+#ifdef HAS_X86_SUPPORT
+ case CPU_TYPE_I386:
+ return CurrentPCForStackX86(state);
+ case CPU_TYPE_X86_64:
+ return CurrentPCForStackX86_64(state);
+#endif
+ default:
+ assert("Unknown CPU type!");
+ return 0;
+ }
+}
+
+#ifdef HAS_ARM_SUPPORT
+bool MinidumpGenerator::WriteStackARM(breakpad_thread_state_data_t state,
+ MDMemoryDescriptor *stack_location) {
+ arm_thread_state_t *machine_state =
+ reinterpret_cast<arm_thread_state_t *>(state);
+ mach_vm_address_t start_addr = REGISTER_FROM_THREADSTATE(machine_state, sp);
+ return WriteStackFromStartAddress(start_addr, stack_location);
+}
+
+u_int64_t
+MinidumpGenerator::CurrentPCForStackARM(breakpad_thread_state_data_t state) {
+ arm_thread_state_t *machine_state =
+ reinterpret_cast<arm_thread_state_t *>(state);
+
+ return REGISTER_FROM_THREADSTATE(machine_state, pc);
+}
+
+bool MinidumpGenerator::WriteContextARM(breakpad_thread_state_data_t state,
+ MDLocationDescriptor *register_location)
+{
+ TypedMDRVA<MDRawContextARM> context(&writer_);
+ arm_thread_state_t *machine_state =
+ reinterpret_cast<arm_thread_state_t *>(state);
+
+ if (!context.Allocate())
+ return false;
+
+ *register_location = context.location();
+ MDRawContextARM *context_ptr = context.get();
+ context_ptr->context_flags = MD_CONTEXT_ARM_FULL;
+
+#define AddGPR(a) context_ptr->iregs[a] = REGISTER_FROM_THREADSTATE(machine_state, r[a])
+
+ context_ptr->iregs[13] = REGISTER_FROM_THREADSTATE(machine_state, sp);
+ context_ptr->iregs[14] = REGISTER_FROM_THREADSTATE(machine_state, lr);
+ context_ptr->iregs[15] = REGISTER_FROM_THREADSTATE(machine_state, pc);
+ context_ptr->cpsr = REGISTER_FROM_THREADSTATE(machine_state, cpsr);
+
+ AddGPR(0);
+ AddGPR(1);
+ AddGPR(2);
+ AddGPR(3);
+ AddGPR(4);
+ AddGPR(5);
+ AddGPR(6);
+ AddGPR(7);
+ AddGPR(8);
+ AddGPR(9);
+ AddGPR(10);
+ AddGPR(11);
+ AddGPR(12);
+#undef AddReg
+#undef AddGPR
+
+ return true;
+}
+#endif
+
+#ifdef HAS_PCC_SUPPORT
+bool MinidumpGenerator::WriteStackPPC(breakpad_thread_state_data_t state,
+ MDMemoryDescriptor *stack_location) {
+ ppc_thread_state_t *machine_state =
+ reinterpret_cast<ppc_thread_state_t *>(state);
+ mach_vm_address_t start_addr = REGISTER_FROM_THREADSTATE(machine_state, r1);
+ return WriteStackFromStartAddress(start_addr, stack_location);
+}
+
+bool MinidumpGenerator::WriteStackPPC64(breakpad_thread_state_data_t state,
+ MDMemoryDescriptor *stack_location) {
+ ppc_thread_state64_t *machine_state =
+ reinterpret_cast<ppc_thread_state64_t *>(state);
+ mach_vm_address_t start_addr = REGISTER_FROM_THREADSTATE(machine_state, r1);
+ return WriteStackFromStartAddress(start_addr, stack_location);
+}
+
+u_int64_t
+MinidumpGenerator::CurrentPCForStackPPC(breakpad_thread_state_data_t state) {
+ ppc_thread_state_t *machine_state =
+ reinterpret_cast<ppc_thread_state_t *>(state);
+
+ return REGISTER_FROM_THREADSTATE(machine_state, srr0);
+}
+
+u_int64_t
+MinidumpGenerator::CurrentPCForStackPPC64(breakpad_thread_state_data_t state) {
+ ppc_thread_state64_t *machine_state =
+ reinterpret_cast<ppc_thread_state64_t *>(state);
+
+ return REGISTER_FROM_THREADSTATE(machine_state, srr0);
+}
+
+bool MinidumpGenerator::WriteContextPPC(breakpad_thread_state_data_t state,
+ MDLocationDescriptor *register_location)
+{
+ TypedMDRVA<MDRawContextPPC> context(&writer_);
+ ppc_thread_state_t *machine_state =
+ reinterpret_cast<ppc_thread_state_t *>(state);
+
+ if (!context.Allocate())
+ return false;
+
+ *register_location = context.location();
+ MDRawContextPPC *context_ptr = context.get();
+ context_ptr->context_flags = MD_CONTEXT_PPC_BASE;
+
+#define AddReg(a) context_ptr->a = REGISTER_FROM_THREADSTATE(machine_state, a)
+#define AddGPR(a) context_ptr->gpr[a] = REGISTER_FROM_THREADSTATE(machine_state, r ## a)
+
+ AddReg(srr0);
+ AddReg(cr);
+ AddReg(xer);
+ AddReg(ctr);
+ AddReg(lr);
+ AddReg(vrsave);
+
+ AddGPR(0);
+ AddGPR(1);
+ AddGPR(2);
+ AddGPR(3);
+ AddGPR(4);
+ AddGPR(5);
+ AddGPR(6);
+ AddGPR(7);
+ AddGPR(8);
+ AddGPR(9);
+ AddGPR(10);
+ AddGPR(11);
+ AddGPR(12);
+ AddGPR(13);
+ AddGPR(14);
+ AddGPR(15);
+ AddGPR(16);
+ AddGPR(17);
+ AddGPR(18);
+ AddGPR(19);
+ AddGPR(20);
+ AddGPR(21);
+ AddGPR(22);
+ AddGPR(23);
+ AddGPR(24);
+ AddGPR(25);
+ AddGPR(26);
+ AddGPR(27);
+ AddGPR(28);
+ AddGPR(29);
+ AddGPR(30);
+ AddGPR(31);
+ AddReg(mq);
+#undef AddReg
+#undef AddGPR
+
+ return true;
+}
+
+bool MinidumpGenerator::WriteContextPPC64(
+ breakpad_thread_state_data_t state,
+ MDLocationDescriptor *register_location) {
+ TypedMDRVA<MDRawContextPPC64> context(&writer_);
+ ppc_thread_state64_t *machine_state =
+ reinterpret_cast<ppc_thread_state64_t *>(state);
+
+ if (!context.Allocate())
+ return false;
+
+ *register_location = context.location();
+ MDRawContextPPC64 *context_ptr = context.get();
+ context_ptr->context_flags = MD_CONTEXT_PPC_BASE;
+
+#define AddReg(a) context_ptr->a = REGISTER_FROM_THREADSTATE(machine_state, a)
+#define AddGPR(a) context_ptr->gpr[a] = REGISTER_FROM_THREADSTATE(machine_state, r ## a)
+
+ AddReg(srr0);
+ AddReg(cr);
+ AddReg(xer);
+ AddReg(ctr);
+ AddReg(lr);
+ AddReg(vrsave);
+
+ AddGPR(0);
+ AddGPR(1);
+ AddGPR(2);
+ AddGPR(3);
+ AddGPR(4);
+ AddGPR(5);
+ AddGPR(6);
+ AddGPR(7);
+ AddGPR(8);
+ AddGPR(9);
+ AddGPR(10);
+ AddGPR(11);
+ AddGPR(12);
+ AddGPR(13);
+ AddGPR(14);
+ AddGPR(15);
+ AddGPR(16);
+ AddGPR(17);
+ AddGPR(18);
+ AddGPR(19);
+ AddGPR(20);
+ AddGPR(21);
+ AddGPR(22);
+ AddGPR(23);
+ AddGPR(24);
+ AddGPR(25);
+ AddGPR(26);
+ AddGPR(27);
+ AddGPR(28);
+ AddGPR(29);
+ AddGPR(30);
+ AddGPR(31);
+#undef AddReg
+#undef AddGPR
+
+ return true;
+}
+
+#endif
+
+#ifdef HAS_X86_SUPPORT
+bool MinidumpGenerator::WriteStackX86(breakpad_thread_state_data_t state,
+ MDMemoryDescriptor *stack_location) {
+ i386_thread_state_t *machine_state =
+ reinterpret_cast<i386_thread_state_t *>(state);
+
+ mach_vm_address_t start_addr = REGISTER_FROM_THREADSTATE(machine_state, esp);
+ return WriteStackFromStartAddress(start_addr, stack_location);
+}
+
+bool MinidumpGenerator::WriteStackX86_64(breakpad_thread_state_data_t state,
+ MDMemoryDescriptor *stack_location) {
+ x86_thread_state64_t *machine_state =
+ reinterpret_cast<x86_thread_state64_t *>(state);
+
+ mach_vm_address_t start_addr = REGISTER_FROM_THREADSTATE(machine_state, rsp);
+ return WriteStackFromStartAddress(start_addr, stack_location);
+}
+
+u_int64_t
+MinidumpGenerator::CurrentPCForStackX86(breakpad_thread_state_data_t state) {
+ i386_thread_state_t *machine_state =
+ reinterpret_cast<i386_thread_state_t *>(state);
+
+ return REGISTER_FROM_THREADSTATE(machine_state, eip);
+}
+
+u_int64_t
+MinidumpGenerator::CurrentPCForStackX86_64(breakpad_thread_state_data_t state) {
+ x86_thread_state64_t *machine_state =
+ reinterpret_cast<x86_thread_state64_t *>(state);
+
+ return REGISTER_FROM_THREADSTATE(machine_state, rip);
+}
+
+bool MinidumpGenerator::WriteContextX86(breakpad_thread_state_data_t state,
+ MDLocationDescriptor *register_location)
+{
+ TypedMDRVA<MDRawContextX86> context(&writer_);
+ i386_thread_state_t *machine_state =
+ reinterpret_cast<i386_thread_state_t *>(state);
+
+ if (!context.Allocate())
+ return false;
+
+ *register_location = context.location();
+ MDRawContextX86 *context_ptr = context.get();
+
+#define AddReg(a) context_ptr->a = REGISTER_FROM_THREADSTATE(machine_state, a)
+
+ context_ptr->context_flags = MD_CONTEXT_X86;
+ AddReg(eax);
+ AddReg(ebx);
+ AddReg(ecx);
+ AddReg(edx);
+ AddReg(esi);
+ AddReg(edi);
+ AddReg(ebp);
+ AddReg(esp);
+
+ AddReg(cs);
+ AddReg(ds);
+ AddReg(ss);
+ AddReg(es);
+ AddReg(fs);
+ AddReg(gs);
+ AddReg(eflags);
+
+ AddReg(eip);
+#undef AddReg
+
+ return true;
+}
+
+bool MinidumpGenerator::WriteContextX86_64(
+ breakpad_thread_state_data_t state,
+ MDLocationDescriptor *register_location) {
+ TypedMDRVA<MDRawContextAMD64> context(&writer_);
+ x86_thread_state64_t *machine_state =
+ reinterpret_cast<x86_thread_state64_t *>(state);
+
+ if (!context.Allocate())
+ return false;
+
+ *register_location = context.location();
+ MDRawContextAMD64 *context_ptr = context.get();
+
+#define AddReg(a) context_ptr->a = REGISTER_FROM_THREADSTATE(machine_state, a)
+
+ context_ptr->context_flags = MD_CONTEXT_AMD64;
+ AddReg(rax);
+ AddReg(rbx);
+ AddReg(rcx);
+ AddReg(rdx);
+ AddReg(rdi);
+ AddReg(rsi);
+ AddReg(rbp);
+ AddReg(rsp);
+ AddReg(r8);
+ AddReg(r9);
+ AddReg(r10);
+ AddReg(r11);
+ AddReg(r12);
+ AddReg(r13);
+ AddReg(r14);
+ AddReg(r15);
+ AddReg(rip);
+ // according to AMD's software developer guide, bits above 18 are
+ // not used in the flags register. Since the minidump format
+ // specifies 32 bits for the flags register, we can truncate safely
+ // with no loss.
+ context_ptr->eflags = static_cast<u_int32_t>(REGISTER_FROM_THREADSTATE(machine_state, rflags));
+ AddReg(cs);
+ AddReg(fs);
+ AddReg(gs);
+#undef AddReg
+
+ return true;
+}
+#endif
+
+bool MinidumpGenerator::GetThreadState(thread_act_t target_thread,
+ thread_state_t state,
+ mach_msg_type_number_t *count) {
+ thread_state_flavor_t flavor;
+ switch (cpu_type_) {
+#ifdef HAS_ARM_SUPPORT
+ case CPU_TYPE_ARM:
+ flavor = ARM_THREAD_STATE;
+ break;
+#endif
+#ifdef HAS_PPC_SUPPORT
+ case CPU_TYPE_POWERPC:
+ flavor = PPC_THREAD_STATE;
+ break;
+ case CPU_TYPE_POWERPC64:
+ flavor = PPC_THREAD_STATE64;
+ break;
+#endif
+#ifdef HAS_X86_SUPPORT
+ case CPU_TYPE_I386:
+ flavor = i386_THREAD_STATE;
+ break;
+ case CPU_TYPE_X86_64:
+ flavor = x86_THREAD_STATE64;
+ break;
+#endif
+ default:
+ return false;
+ }
+ return thread_get_state(target_thread, flavor,
+ state, count) == KERN_SUCCESS;
+}
+
+bool MinidumpGenerator::WriteThreadStream(mach_port_t thread_id,
+ MDRawThread *thread) {
+ breakpad_thread_state_data_t state;
+ mach_msg_type_number_t state_count
+ = static_cast<mach_msg_type_number_t>(sizeof(state));
+
+ if (GetThreadState(thread_id, state, &state_count)) {
+ if (!WriteStack(state, &thread->stack))
+ return false;
+
+ memory_blocks_.push_back(thread->stack);
+
+ if (!WriteContext(state, &thread->thread_context))
+ return false;
+
+ thread->thread_id = thread_id;
+ } else {
+ return false;
+ }
+
+ return true;
+}
+
+bool MinidumpGenerator::WriteThreadListStream(
+ MDRawDirectory *thread_list_stream) {
+ TypedMDRVA<MDRawThreadList> list(&writer_);
+ thread_act_port_array_t threads_for_task;
+ mach_msg_type_number_t thread_count;
+ int non_generator_thread_count;
+
+ if (task_threads(crashing_task_, &threads_for_task, &thread_count))
+ return false;
+
+ // Don't include the generator thread
+ if (handler_thread_ != MACH_PORT_NULL)
+ non_generator_thread_count = thread_count - 1;
+ else
+ non_generator_thread_count = thread_count;
+ if (!list.AllocateObjectAndArray(non_generator_thread_count,
+ sizeof(MDRawThread)))
+ return false;
+
+ thread_list_stream->stream_type = MD_THREAD_LIST_STREAM;
+ thread_list_stream->location = list.location();
+
+ list.get()->number_of_threads = non_generator_thread_count;
+
+ MDRawThread thread;
+ int thread_idx = 0;
+
+ for (unsigned int i = 0; i < thread_count; ++i) {
+ memset(&thread, 0, sizeof(MDRawThread));
+
+ if (threads_for_task[i] != handler_thread_) {
+ if (!WriteThreadStream(threads_for_task[i], &thread))
+ return false;
+
+ list.CopyIndexAfterObject(thread_idx++, &thread, sizeof(MDRawThread));
+ }
+ }
+
+ return true;
+}
+
+bool MinidumpGenerator::WriteMemoryListStream(
+ MDRawDirectory *memory_list_stream) {
+ TypedMDRVA<MDRawMemoryList> list(&writer_);
+
+ // If the dump has an exception, include some memory around the
+ // instruction pointer.
+ const size_t kIPMemorySize = 256; // bytes
+ bool have_ip_memory = false;
+ MDMemoryDescriptor ip_memory_d;
+ if (exception_thread_ && exception_type_) {
+ breakpad_thread_state_data_t state;
+ mach_msg_type_number_t stateCount
+ = static_cast<mach_msg_type_number_t>(sizeof(state));
+
+ if (thread_get_state(exception_thread_,
+ BREAKPAD_MACHINE_THREAD_STATE,
+ state,
+ &stateCount) == KERN_SUCCESS) {
+ u_int64_t ip = CurrentPCForStack(state);
+ // Bound it to the upper and lower bounds of the region
+ // it's contained within. If it's not in a known memory region,
+ // don't bother trying to write it.
+ mach_vm_address_t addr = ip;
+ mach_vm_size_t size;
+ natural_t nesting_level = 0;
+ vm_region_submap_info_64 info;
+ mach_msg_type_number_t info_count = VM_REGION_SUBMAP_INFO_COUNT_64;
+
+ kern_return_t ret =
+ mach_vm_region_recurse(crashing_task_,
+ &addr,
+ &size,
+ &nesting_level,
+ (vm_region_recurse_info_t)&info,
+ &info_count);
+ if (ret == KERN_SUCCESS && ip >= addr && ip < (addr + size)) {
+ // Try to get 128 bytes before and after the IP, but
+ // settle for whatever's available.
+ ip_memory_d.start_of_memory_range =
+ std::max(uintptr_t(addr),
+ uintptr_t(ip - (kIPMemorySize / 2)));
+ uintptr_t end_of_range =
+ std::min(uintptr_t(ip + (kIPMemorySize / 2)),
+ uintptr_t(addr + size));
+ ip_memory_d.memory.data_size =
+ end_of_range - ip_memory_d.start_of_memory_range;
+ have_ip_memory = true;
+ // This needs to get appended to the list even though
+ // the memory bytes aren't filled in yet so the entire
+ // list can be written first. The memory bytes will get filled
+ // in after the memory list is written.
+ memory_blocks_.push_back(ip_memory_d);
+ }
+ }
+ }
+
+ // Now fill in the memory list and write it.
+ unsigned memory_count = memory_blocks_.size();
+ if (!list.AllocateObjectAndArray(memory_count,
+ sizeof(MDMemoryDescriptor)))
+ return false;
+
+ memory_list_stream->stream_type = MD_MEMORY_LIST_STREAM;
+ memory_list_stream->location = list.location();
+
+ list.get()->number_of_memory_ranges = memory_count;
+
+ unsigned int i;
+ for (i = 0; i < memory_count; ++i) {
+ list.CopyIndexAfterObject(i, &memory_blocks_[i],
+ sizeof(MDMemoryDescriptor));
+ }
+
+ if (have_ip_memory) {
+ // Now read the memory around the instruction pointer.
+ UntypedMDRVA ip_memory(&writer_);
+ if (!ip_memory.Allocate(ip_memory_d.memory.data_size))
+ return false;
+
+ if (dynamic_images_) {
+ // Out-of-process.
+ vector<uint8_t> memory;
+ if (ReadTaskMemory(crashing_task_,
+ ip_memory_d.start_of_memory_range,
+ ip_memory_d.memory.data_size,
+ memory) != KERN_SUCCESS) {
+ return false;
+ }
+
+ ip_memory.Copy(&memory[0], ip_memory_d.memory.data_size);
+ } else {
+ // In-process, just copy from local memory.
+ ip_memory.Copy(
+ reinterpret_cast<const void *>(ip_memory_d.start_of_memory_range),
+ ip_memory_d.memory.data_size);
+ }
+
+ ip_memory_d.memory = ip_memory.location();
+ // Write this again now that the data location is filled in.
+ list.CopyIndexAfterObject(i - 1, &ip_memory_d,
+ sizeof(MDMemoryDescriptor));
+ }
+
+ return true;
+}
+
+bool
+MinidumpGenerator::WriteExceptionStream(MDRawDirectory *exception_stream) {
+ TypedMDRVA<MDRawExceptionStream> exception(&writer_);
+
+ if (!exception.Allocate())
+ return false;
+
+ exception_stream->stream_type = MD_EXCEPTION_STREAM;
+ exception_stream->location = exception.location();
+ MDRawExceptionStream *exception_ptr = exception.get();
+ exception_ptr->thread_id = exception_thread_;
+
+ // This naming is confusing, but it is the proper translation from
+ // mach naming to minidump naming.
+ exception_ptr->exception_record.exception_code = exception_type_;
+ exception_ptr->exception_record.exception_flags = exception_code_;
+
+ breakpad_thread_state_data_t state;
+ mach_msg_type_number_t state_count
+ = static_cast<mach_msg_type_number_t>(sizeof(state));
+
+ if (!GetThreadState(exception_thread_, state, &state_count))
+ return false;
+
+ if (!WriteContext(state, &exception_ptr->thread_context))
+ return false;
+
+ if (exception_type_ == EXC_BAD_ACCESS)
+ exception_ptr->exception_record.exception_address = exception_subcode_;
+ else
+ exception_ptr->exception_record.exception_address = CurrentPCForStack(state);
+
+ return true;
+}
+
+bool MinidumpGenerator::WriteSystemInfoStream(
+ MDRawDirectory *system_info_stream) {
+ TypedMDRVA<MDRawSystemInfo> info(&writer_);
+
+ if (!info.Allocate())
+ return false;
+
+ system_info_stream->stream_type = MD_SYSTEM_INFO_STREAM;
+ system_info_stream->location = info.location();
+
+ // CPU Information
+ uint32_t number_of_processors;
+ size_t len = sizeof(number_of_processors);
+ sysctlbyname("hw.ncpu", &number_of_processors, &len, NULL, 0);
+ MDRawSystemInfo *info_ptr = info.get();
+
+ switch (cpu_type_) {
+#ifdef HAS_ARM_SUPPORT
+ case CPU_TYPE_ARM:
+ info_ptr->processor_architecture = MD_CPU_ARCHITECTURE_ARM;
+ break;
+#endif
+#ifdef HAS_PPC_SUPPORT
+ case CPU_TYPE_POWERPC:
+ case CPU_TYPE_POWERPC64:
+ info_ptr->processor_architecture = MD_CPU_ARCHITECTURE_PPC;
+ break;
+#endif
+#ifdef HAS_X86_SUPPORT
+ case CPU_TYPE_I386:
+ case CPU_TYPE_X86_64:
+ if (cpu_type_ == CPU_TYPE_I386)
+ info_ptr->processor_architecture = MD_CPU_ARCHITECTURE_X86;
+ else
+ info_ptr->processor_architecture = MD_CPU_ARCHITECTURE_AMD64;
+#ifdef __i386__
+ // ebx is used for PIC code, so we need
+ // to preserve it.
+#define cpuid(op,eax,ebx,ecx,edx) \
+ asm ("pushl %%ebx \n\t" \
+ "cpuid \n\t" \
+ "movl %%ebx,%1 \n\t" \
+ "popl %%ebx" \
+ : "=a" (eax), \
+ "=g" (ebx), \
+ "=c" (ecx), \
+ "=d" (edx) \
+ : "0" (op))
+#elif defined(__x86_64__)
+
+#define cpuid(op,eax,ebx,ecx,edx) \
+ asm ("cpuid \n\t" \
+ : "=a" (eax), \
+ "=b" (ebx), \
+ "=c" (ecx), \
+ "=d" (edx) \
+ : "0" (op))
+#endif
+
+#if defined(__i386__) || defined(__x86_64__)
+ int unused, unused2;
+ // get vendor id
+ cpuid(0, unused, info_ptr->cpu.x86_cpu_info.vendor_id[0],
+ info_ptr->cpu.x86_cpu_info.vendor_id[2],
+ info_ptr->cpu.x86_cpu_info.vendor_id[1]);
+ // get version and feature info
+ cpuid(1, info_ptr->cpu.x86_cpu_info.version_information, unused, unused2,
+ info_ptr->cpu.x86_cpu_info.feature_information);
+
+ // family
+ info_ptr->processor_level =
+ (info_ptr->cpu.x86_cpu_info.version_information & 0xF00) >> 8;
+ // 0xMMSS (Model, Stepping)
+ info_ptr->processor_revision =
+ (info_ptr->cpu.x86_cpu_info.version_information & 0xF) |
+ ((info_ptr->cpu.x86_cpu_info.version_information & 0xF0) << 4);
+
+ // decode extended model info
+ if (info_ptr->processor_level == 0xF ||
+ info_ptr->processor_level == 0x6) {
+ info_ptr->processor_revision |=
+ ((info_ptr->cpu.x86_cpu_info.version_information & 0xF0000) >> 4);
+ }
+
+ // decode extended family info
+ if (info_ptr->processor_level == 0xF) {
+ info_ptr->processor_level +=
+ ((info_ptr->cpu.x86_cpu_info.version_information & 0xFF00000) >> 20);
+ }
+
+#endif // __i386__ || __x86_64_
+ break;
+#endif // HAS_X86_SUPPORT
+ default:
+ info_ptr->processor_architecture = MD_CPU_ARCHITECTURE_UNKNOWN;
+ break;
+ }
+
+ info_ptr->number_of_processors = number_of_processors;
+#if TARGET_OS_IPHONE
+ info_ptr->platform_id = MD_OS_IOS;
+#else
+ info_ptr->platform_id = MD_OS_MAC_OS_X;
+#endif // TARGET_OS_IPHONE
+
+ MDLocationDescriptor build_string_loc;
+
+ if (!writer_.WriteString(build_string_, 0,
+ &build_string_loc))
+ return false;
+
+ info_ptr->csd_version_rva = build_string_loc.rva;
+ info_ptr->major_version = os_major_version_;
+ info_ptr->minor_version = os_minor_version_;
+ info_ptr->build_number = os_build_number_;
+
+ return true;
+}
+
+bool MinidumpGenerator::WriteModuleStream(unsigned int index,
+ MDRawModule *module) {
+ if (dynamic_images_) {
+ // we're in a different process than the crashed process
+ DynamicImage *image = dynamic_images_->GetImage(index);
+
+ if (!image)
+ return false;
+
+ memset(module, 0, sizeof(MDRawModule));
+
+ MDLocationDescriptor string_location;
+
+ string name = image->GetFilePath();
+ if (!writer_.WriteString(name.c_str(), 0, &string_location))
+ return false;
+
+ module->base_of_image = image->GetVMAddr() + image->GetVMAddrSlide();
+ module->size_of_image = static_cast<u_int32_t>(image->GetVMSize());
+ module->module_name_rva = string_location.rva;
+
+ // We'll skip the executable module, because they don't have
+ // LC_ID_DYLIB load commands, and the crash processing server gets
+ // version information from the Plist file, anyway.
+ if (index != (uint32_t)FindExecutableModule()) {
+ module->version_info.signature = MD_VSFIXEDFILEINFO_SIGNATURE;
+ module->version_info.struct_version |= MD_VSFIXEDFILEINFO_VERSION;
+ // Convert MAC dylib version format, which is a 32 bit number, to the
+ // format used by minidump. The mac format is <16 bits>.<8 bits>.<8 bits>
+ // so it fits nicely into the windows version with some massaging
+ // The mapping is:
+ // 1) upper 16 bits of MAC version go to lower 16 bits of product HI
+ // 2) Next most significant 8 bits go to upper 16 bits of product LO
+ // 3) Least significant 8 bits go to lower 16 bits of product LO
+ uint32_t modVersion = image->GetVersion();
+ module->version_info.file_version_hi = 0;
+ module->version_info.file_version_hi = modVersion >> 16;
+ module->version_info.file_version_lo |= (modVersion & 0xff00) << 8;
+ module->version_info.file_version_lo |= (modVersion & 0xff);
+ }
+
+ if (!WriteCVRecord(module, image->GetCPUType(), name.c_str(), false)) {
+ return false;
+ }
+ } else {
+ // Getting module info in the crashed process
+ const breakpad_mach_header *header;
+ header = (breakpad_mach_header*)_dyld_get_image_header(index);
+ if (!header)
+ return false;
+
+#ifdef __LP64__
+ assert(header->magic == MH_MAGIC_64);
+
+ if(header->magic != MH_MAGIC_64)
+ return false;
+#else
+ assert(header->magic == MH_MAGIC);
+
+ if(header->magic != MH_MAGIC)
+ return false;
+#endif
+
+ int cpu_type = header->cputype;
+ unsigned long slide = _dyld_get_image_vmaddr_slide(index);
+ const char* name = _dyld_get_image_name(index);
+ const struct load_command *cmd =
+ reinterpret_cast<const struct load_command *>(header + 1);
+
+ memset(module, 0, sizeof(MDRawModule));
+
+ for (unsigned int i = 0; cmd && (i < header->ncmds); i++) {
+ if (cmd->cmd == LC_SEGMENT_ARCH) {
+
+ const breakpad_mach_segment_command *seg =
+ reinterpret_cast<const breakpad_mach_segment_command *>(cmd);
+
+ if (!strcmp(seg->segname, "__TEXT")) {
+ MDLocationDescriptor string_location;
+
+ if (!writer_.WriteString(name, 0, &string_location))
+ return false;
+
+ module->base_of_image = seg->vmaddr + slide;
+ module->size_of_image = static_cast<u_int32_t>(seg->vmsize);
+ module->module_name_rva = string_location.rva;
+
+ bool in_memory = false;
+#if TARGET_OS_IPHONE
+ in_memory = true;
+#endif
+ if (!WriteCVRecord(module, cpu_type, name, in_memory))
+ return false;
+
+ return true;
+ }
+ }
+
+ cmd = reinterpret_cast<struct load_command*>((char *)cmd + cmd->cmdsize);
+ }
+ }
+
+ return true;
+}
+
+int MinidumpGenerator::FindExecutableModule() {
+ if (dynamic_images_) {
+ int index = dynamic_images_->GetExecutableImageIndex();
+
+ if (index >= 0) {
+ return index;
+ }
+ } else {
+ int image_count = _dyld_image_count();
+ const struct mach_header *header;
+
+ for (int index = 0; index < image_count; ++index) {
+ header = _dyld_get_image_header(index);
+
+ if (header->filetype == MH_EXECUTE)
+ return index;
+ }
+ }
+
+ // failed - just use the first image
+ return 0;
+}
+
+bool MinidumpGenerator::WriteCVRecord(MDRawModule *module, int cpu_type,
+ const char *module_path, bool in_memory) {
+ TypedMDRVA<MDCVInfoPDB70> cv(&writer_);
+
+ // Only return the last path component of the full module path
+ const char *module_name = strrchr(module_path, '/');
+
+ // Increment past the slash
+ if (module_name)
+ ++module_name;
+ else
+ module_name = "<Unknown>";
+
+ size_t module_name_length = strlen(module_name);
+
+ if (!cv.AllocateObjectAndArray(module_name_length + 1, sizeof(u_int8_t)))
+ return false;
+
+ if (!cv.CopyIndexAfterObject(0, module_name, module_name_length))
+ return false;
+
+ module->cv_record = cv.location();
+ MDCVInfoPDB70 *cv_ptr = cv.get();
+ cv_ptr->cv_signature = MD_CVINFOPDB70_SIGNATURE;
+ cv_ptr->age = 0;
+
+ // Get the module identifier
+ unsigned char identifier[16];
+ bool result = false;
+ if (in_memory) {
+ MacFileUtilities::MachoID macho(module_path,
+ reinterpret_cast<void *>(module->base_of_image),
+ static_cast<size_t>(module->size_of_image));
+ result = macho.UUIDCommand(cpu_type, identifier);
+ if (!result)
+ result = macho.MD5(cpu_type, identifier);
+ }
+
+ if (!result) {
+ FileID file_id(module_path);
+ result = file_id.MachoIdentifier(cpu_type, identifier);
+ }
+
+ if (result) {
+ cv_ptr->signature.data1 = (uint32_t)identifier[0] << 24 |
+ (uint32_t)identifier[1] << 16 | (uint32_t)identifier[2] << 8 |
+ (uint32_t)identifier[3];
+ cv_ptr->signature.data2 = (uint32_t)identifier[4] << 8 | identifier[5];
+ cv_ptr->signature.data3 = (uint32_t)identifier[6] << 8 | identifier[7];
+ cv_ptr->signature.data4[0] = identifier[8];
+ cv_ptr->signature.data4[1] = identifier[9];
+ cv_ptr->signature.data4[2] = identifier[10];
+ cv_ptr->signature.data4[3] = identifier[11];
+ cv_ptr->signature.data4[4] = identifier[12];
+ cv_ptr->signature.data4[5] = identifier[13];
+ cv_ptr->signature.data4[6] = identifier[14];
+ cv_ptr->signature.data4[7] = identifier[15];
+ }
+
+ return true;
+}
+
+bool MinidumpGenerator::WriteModuleListStream(
+ MDRawDirectory *module_list_stream) {
+ TypedMDRVA<MDRawModuleList> list(&writer_);
+
+ size_t image_count = dynamic_images_ ?
+ static_cast<size_t>(dynamic_images_->GetImageCount()) :
+ _dyld_image_count();
+
+ if (!list.AllocateObjectAndArray(image_count, MD_MODULE_SIZE))
+ return false;
+
+ module_list_stream->stream_type = MD_MODULE_LIST_STREAM;
+ module_list_stream->location = list.location();
+ list.get()->number_of_modules = image_count;
+
+ // Write out the executable module as the first one
+ MDRawModule module;
+ size_t executableIndex = FindExecutableModule();
+
+ if (!WriteModuleStream(executableIndex, &module)) {
+ return false;
+ }
+
+ list.CopyIndexAfterObject(0, &module, MD_MODULE_SIZE);
+ int destinationIndex = 1; // Write all other modules after this one
+
+ for (size_t i = 0; i < image_count; ++i) {
+ if (i != executableIndex) {
+ if (!WriteModuleStream(i, &module)) {
+ return false;
+ }
+
+ list.CopyIndexAfterObject(destinationIndex++, &module, MD_MODULE_SIZE);
+ }
+ }
+
+ return true;
+}
+
+bool MinidumpGenerator::WriteMiscInfoStream(MDRawDirectory *misc_info_stream) {
+ TypedMDRVA<MDRawMiscInfo> info(&writer_);
+
+ if (!info.Allocate())
+ return false;
+
+ misc_info_stream->stream_type = MD_MISC_INFO_STREAM;
+ misc_info_stream->location = info.location();
+
+ MDRawMiscInfo *info_ptr = info.get();
+ info_ptr->size_of_info = static_cast<u_int32_t>(sizeof(MDRawMiscInfo));
+ info_ptr->flags1 = MD_MISCINFO_FLAGS1_PROCESS_ID |
+ MD_MISCINFO_FLAGS1_PROCESS_TIMES |
+ MD_MISCINFO_FLAGS1_PROCESSOR_POWER_INFO;
+
+ // Process ID
+ info_ptr->process_id = getpid();
+
+ // Times
+ struct rusage usage;
+ if (getrusage(RUSAGE_SELF, &usage) != -1) {
+ // Omit the fractional time since the MDRawMiscInfo only wants seconds
+ info_ptr->process_user_time =
+ static_cast<u_int32_t>(usage.ru_utime.tv_sec);
+ info_ptr->process_kernel_time =
+ static_cast<u_int32_t>(usage.ru_stime.tv_sec);
+ }
+ int mib[4] = { CTL_KERN, KERN_PROC, KERN_PROC_PID,
+ static_cast<int>(info_ptr->process_id) };
+ u_int mibsize = static_cast<u_int>(sizeof(mib) / sizeof(mib[0]));
+ struct kinfo_proc proc;
+ size_t size = sizeof(proc);
+ if (sysctl(mib, mibsize, &proc, &size, NULL, 0) == 0) {
+ info_ptr->process_create_time =
+ static_cast<u_int32_t>(proc.kp_proc.p_starttime.tv_sec);
+ }
+
+ // Speed
+ uint64_t speed;
+ const uint64_t kOneMillion = 1000 * 1000;
+ size = sizeof(speed);
+ sysctlbyname("hw.cpufrequency_max", &speed, &size, NULL, 0);
+ info_ptr->processor_max_mhz = static_cast<u_int32_t>(speed / kOneMillion);
+ info_ptr->processor_mhz_limit = static_cast<u_int32_t>(speed / kOneMillion);
+ size = sizeof(speed);
+ sysctlbyname("hw.cpufrequency", &speed, &size, NULL, 0);
+ info_ptr->processor_current_mhz = static_cast<u_int32_t>(speed / kOneMillion);
+
+ return true;
+}
+
+bool MinidumpGenerator::WriteBreakpadInfoStream(
+ MDRawDirectory *breakpad_info_stream) {
+ TypedMDRVA<MDRawBreakpadInfo> info(&writer_);
+
+ if (!info.Allocate())
+ return false;
+
+ breakpad_info_stream->stream_type = MD_BREAKPAD_INFO_STREAM;
+ breakpad_info_stream->location = info.location();
+ MDRawBreakpadInfo *info_ptr = info.get();
+
+ if (exception_thread_ && exception_type_) {
+ info_ptr->validity = MD_BREAKPAD_INFO_VALID_DUMP_THREAD_ID |
+ MD_BREAKPAD_INFO_VALID_REQUESTING_THREAD_ID;
+ info_ptr->dump_thread_id = handler_thread_;
+ info_ptr->requesting_thread_id = exception_thread_;
+ } else {
+ info_ptr->validity = MD_BREAKPAD_INFO_VALID_DUMP_THREAD_ID;
+ info_ptr->dump_thread_id = handler_thread_;
+ info_ptr->requesting_thread_id = 0;
+ }
+
+ return true;
+}
+
+} // namespace google_breakpad
diff --git a/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/client/mac/handler/minidump_generator.h b/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/client/mac/handler/minidump_generator.h
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..8394ce6
--- /dev/null
+++ b/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/client/mac/handler/minidump_generator.h
@@ -0,0 +1,218 @@
+// Copyright (c) 2006, Google Inc.
+// All rights reserved.
+//
+// Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
+// modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are
+// met:
+//
+// * Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright
+// notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
+// * Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above
+// copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer
+// in the documentation and/or other materials provided with the
+// distribution.
+// * Neither the name of Google Inc. nor the names of its
+// contributors may be used to endorse or promote products derived from
+// this software without specific prior written permission.
+//
+// THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS AND CONTRIBUTORS
+// "AS IS" AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT
+// LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR
+// A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE COPYRIGHT
+// OWNER OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL,
+// SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT
+// LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE,
+// DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY
+// THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT
+// (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE
+// OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
+
+// minidump_generator.h: Create a minidump of the current MacOS process.
+
+#ifndef CLIENT_MAC_GENERATOR_MINIDUMP_GENERATOR_H__
+#define CLIENT_MAC_GENERATOR_MINIDUMP_GENERATOR_H__
+
+#include <mach/mach.h>
+#include <TargetConditionals.h>
+
+#include <string>
+
+#include "client/minidump_file_writer.h"
+#include "common/memory.h"
+#include "common/mac/macho_utilities.h"
+#include "google_breakpad/common/minidump_format.h"
+
+#include "dynamic_images.h"
+#include "mach_vm_compat.h"
+
+#if !TARGET_OS_IPHONE && (MAC_OS_X_VERSION_MAX_ALLOWED < MAC_OS_X_VERSION_10_7)
+ #define HAS_PPC_SUPPORT
+#endif
+#if defined(__arm__)
+ #define HAS_ARM_SUPPORT
+#elif defined(__i386__) || defined(__x86_64__)
+ #define HAS_X86_SUPPORT
+#endif
+
+namespace google_breakpad {
+
+using std::string;
+
+// Use the REGISTER_FROM_THREADSTATE to access a register name from the
+// breakpad_thread_state_t structure.
+#if __DARWIN_UNIX03 || TARGET_CPU_X86_64 || TARGET_CPU_PPC64 || TARGET_CPU_ARM
+// In The 10.5 SDK Headers Apple prepended __ to the variable names in the
+// i386_thread_state_t structure. There's no good way to tell what version of
+// the SDK we're compiling against so we just toggle on the same preprocessor
+// symbol Apple's headers use.
+#define REGISTER_FROM_THREADSTATE(a, b) ((a)->__ ## b)
+#else
+#define REGISTER_FROM_THREADSTATE(a, b) (a->b)
+#endif
+
+// Creates a minidump file of the current process. If there is exception data,
+// use SetExceptionInformation() to add this to the minidump. The minidump
+// file is generated by the Write() function.
+// Usage:
+// MinidumpGenerator minidump();
+// minidump.Write("/tmp/minidump");
+//
+class MinidumpGenerator {
+ public:
+ MinidumpGenerator();
+ MinidumpGenerator(mach_port_t crashing_task, mach_port_t handler_thread);
+
+ virtual ~MinidumpGenerator();
+
+ // Return <dir>/<unique_name>.dmp
+ // Sets |unique_name| (if requested) to the unique name for the minidump
+ static string UniqueNameInDirectory(const string &dir, string *unique_name);
+
+ // Write out the minidump into |path|
+ // All of the components of |path| must exist and be writable
+ // Return true if successful, false otherwise
+ bool Write(const char *path);
+
+ // Specify some exception information, if applicable
+ void SetExceptionInformation(int type, int code, int subcode,
+ mach_port_t thread_name) {
+ exception_type_ = type;
+ exception_code_ = code;
+ exception_subcode_ = subcode;
+ exception_thread_ = thread_name;
+ }
+
+ // Gather system information. This should be call at least once before using
+ // the MinidumpGenerator class.
+ static void GatherSystemInformation();
+
+ protected:
+ // Overridable Stream writers
+ virtual bool WriteExceptionStream(MDRawDirectory *exception_stream);
+
+ // Overridable Helper
+ virtual bool WriteThreadStream(mach_port_t thread_id, MDRawThread *thread);
+
+ private:
+ typedef bool (MinidumpGenerator::*WriteStreamFN)(MDRawDirectory *);
+
+ // Stream writers
+ bool WriteThreadListStream(MDRawDirectory *thread_list_stream);
+ bool WriteMemoryListStream(MDRawDirectory *memory_list_stream);
+ bool WriteSystemInfoStream(MDRawDirectory *system_info_stream);
+ bool WriteModuleListStream(MDRawDirectory *module_list_stream);
+ bool WriteMiscInfoStream(MDRawDirectory *misc_info_stream);
+ bool WriteBreakpadInfoStream(MDRawDirectory *breakpad_info_stream);
+
+ // Helpers
+ u_int64_t CurrentPCForStack(breakpad_thread_state_data_t state);
+ bool GetThreadState(thread_act_t target_thread, thread_state_t state,
+ mach_msg_type_number_t *count);
+ bool WriteStackFromStartAddress(mach_vm_address_t start_addr,
+ MDMemoryDescriptor *stack_location);
+ bool WriteStack(breakpad_thread_state_data_t state,
+ MDMemoryDescriptor *stack_location);
+ bool WriteContext(breakpad_thread_state_data_t state,
+ MDLocationDescriptor *register_location);
+ bool WriteCVRecord(MDRawModule *module, int cpu_type,
+ const char *module_path, bool in_memory);
+ bool WriteModuleStream(unsigned int index, MDRawModule *module);
+ size_t CalculateStackSize(mach_vm_address_t start_addr);
+ int FindExecutableModule();
+
+ // Per-CPU implementations of these methods
+#ifdef HAS_ARM_SUPPORT
+ bool WriteStackARM(breakpad_thread_state_data_t state,
+ MDMemoryDescriptor *stack_location);
+ bool WriteContextARM(breakpad_thread_state_data_t state,
+ MDLocationDescriptor *register_location);
+ u_int64_t CurrentPCForStackARM(breakpad_thread_state_data_t state);
+#endif
+#ifdef HAS_PPC_SUPPORT
+ bool WriteStackPPC(breakpad_thread_state_data_t state,
+ MDMemoryDescriptor *stack_location);
+ bool WriteContextPPC(breakpad_thread_state_data_t state,
+ MDLocationDescriptor *register_location);
+ u_int64_t CurrentPCForStackPPC(breakpad_thread_state_data_t state);
+ bool WriteStackPPC64(breakpad_thread_state_data_t state,
+ MDMemoryDescriptor *stack_location);
+ bool WriteContextPPC64(breakpad_thread_state_data_t state,
+ MDLocationDescriptor *register_location);
+ u_int64_t CurrentPCForStackPPC64(breakpad_thread_state_data_t state);
+#endif
+#ifdef HAS_X86_SUPPORT
+ bool WriteStackX86(breakpad_thread_state_data_t state,
+ MDMemoryDescriptor *stack_location);
+ bool WriteContextX86(breakpad_thread_state_data_t state,
+ MDLocationDescriptor *register_location);
+ u_int64_t CurrentPCForStackX86(breakpad_thread_state_data_t state);
+ bool WriteStackX86_64(breakpad_thread_state_data_t state,
+ MDMemoryDescriptor *stack_location);
+ bool WriteContextX86_64(breakpad_thread_state_data_t state,
+ MDLocationDescriptor *register_location);
+ u_int64_t CurrentPCForStackX86_64(breakpad_thread_state_data_t state);
+#endif
+
+ // disallow copy ctor and operator=
+ explicit MinidumpGenerator(const MinidumpGenerator &);
+ void operator=(const MinidumpGenerator &);
+
+ protected:
+ // Use this writer to put the data to disk
+ MinidumpFileWriter writer_;
+
+ private:
+ // Exception information
+ int exception_type_;
+ int exception_code_;
+ int exception_subcode_;
+ mach_port_t exception_thread_;
+ mach_port_t crashing_task_;
+ mach_port_t handler_thread_;
+
+ // CPU type of the task being dumped.
+ cpu_type_t cpu_type_;
+
+ // System information
+ static char build_string_[16];
+ static int os_major_version_;
+ static int os_minor_version_;
+ static int os_build_number_;
+
+ // Information about dynamically loaded code
+ DynamicImages *dynamic_images_;
+
+ // PageAllocator makes it possible to allocate memory
+ // directly from the system, even while handling an exception.
+ mutable PageAllocator allocator_;
+
+ protected:
+ // Blocks of memory written to the dump. These are all currently
+ // written while writing the thread list stream, but saved here
+ // so a memory list stream can be written afterwards.
+ wasteful_vector<MDMemoryDescriptor> memory_blocks_;
+};
+
+} // namespace google_breakpad
+
+#endif // CLIENT_MAC_GENERATOR_MINIDUMP_GENERATOR_H__
diff --git a/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/client/minidump_file_writer-inl.h b/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/client/minidump_file_writer-inl.h
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..0e12e00
--- /dev/null
+++ b/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/client/minidump_file_writer-inl.h
@@ -0,0 +1,97 @@
+// Copyright (c) 2006, Google Inc.
+// All rights reserved.
+//
+// Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
+// modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are
+// met:
+//
+// * Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright
+// notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
+// * Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above
+// copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer
+// in the documentation and/or other materials provided with the
+// distribution.
+// * Neither the name of Google Inc. nor the names of its
+// contributors may be used to endorse or promote products derived from
+// this software without specific prior written permission.
+//
+// THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS AND CONTRIBUTORS
+// "AS IS" AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT
+// LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR
+// A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE COPYRIGHT
+// OWNER OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL,
+// SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT
+// LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE,
+// DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY
+// THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT
+// (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE
+// OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
+
+// minidump_file_writer-inl.h: Minidump file writer implementation.
+//
+// See minidump_file_writer.h for documentation.
+
+#ifndef CLIENT_MINIDUMP_FILE_WRITER_INL_H__
+#define CLIENT_MINIDUMP_FILE_WRITER_INL_H__
+
+#include <assert.h>
+
+#include "client/minidump_file_writer.h"
+#include "google_breakpad/common/minidump_size.h"
+
+namespace google_breakpad {
+
+template<typename MDType>
+inline bool TypedMDRVA<MDType>::Allocate() {
+ allocation_state_ = SINGLE_OBJECT;
+ return UntypedMDRVA::Allocate(minidump_size<MDType>::size());
+}
+
+template<typename MDType>
+inline bool TypedMDRVA<MDType>::Allocate(size_t additional) {
+ allocation_state_ = SINGLE_OBJECT;
+ return UntypedMDRVA::Allocate(minidump_size<MDType>::size() + additional);
+}
+
+template<typename MDType>
+inline bool TypedMDRVA<MDType>::AllocateArray(size_t count) {
+ assert(count);
+ allocation_state_ = ARRAY;
+ return UntypedMDRVA::Allocate(minidump_size<MDType>::size() * count);
+}
+
+template<typename MDType>
+inline bool TypedMDRVA<MDType>::AllocateObjectAndArray(size_t count,
+ size_t length) {
+ assert(count && length);
+ allocation_state_ = SINGLE_OBJECT_WITH_ARRAY;
+ return UntypedMDRVA::Allocate(minidump_size<MDType>::size() + count * length);
+}
+
+template<typename MDType>
+inline bool TypedMDRVA<MDType>::CopyIndex(unsigned int index, MDType *item) {
+ assert(allocation_state_ == ARRAY);
+ return writer_->Copy(
+ static_cast<MDRVA>(position_ + index * minidump_size<MDType>::size()),
+ item, minidump_size<MDType>::size());
+}
+
+template<typename MDType>
+inline bool TypedMDRVA<MDType>::CopyIndexAfterObject(unsigned int index,
+ const void *src,
+ size_t length) {
+ assert(allocation_state_ == SINGLE_OBJECT_WITH_ARRAY);
+ return writer_->Copy(
+ static_cast<MDRVA>(position_ + minidump_size<MDType>::size()
+ + index * length),
+ src, length);
+}
+
+template<typename MDType>
+inline bool TypedMDRVA<MDType>::Flush() {
+ return writer_->Copy(position_, &data_, minidump_size<MDType>::size());
+}
+
+} // namespace google_breakpad
+
+#endif // CLIENT_MINIDUMP_FILE_WRITER_INL_H__
diff --git a/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/client/minidump_file_writer.cc b/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/client/minidump_file_writer.cc
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..c267410
--- /dev/null
+++ b/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/client/minidump_file_writer.cc
@@ -0,0 +1,284 @@
+// Copyright (c) 2006, Google Inc.
+// All rights reserved.
+//
+// Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
+// modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are
+// met:
+//
+// * Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright
+// notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
+// * Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above
+// copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer
+// in the documentation and/or other materials provided with the
+// distribution.
+// * Neither the name of Google Inc. nor the names of its
+// contributors may be used to endorse or promote products derived from
+// this software without specific prior written permission.
+//
+// THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS AND CONTRIBUTORS
+// "AS IS" AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT
+// LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR
+// A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE COPYRIGHT
+// OWNER OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL,
+// SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT
+// LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE,
+// DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY
+// THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT
+// (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE
+// OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
+
+// minidump_file_writer.cc: Minidump file writer implementation.
+//
+// See minidump_file_writer.h for documentation.
+
+#include <fcntl.h>
+#include <limits.h>
+#include <stdio.h>
+#include <string.h>
+#include <unistd.h>
+
+#include "client/minidump_file_writer-inl.h"
+#include "common/linux/linux_libc_support.h"
+#include "common/string_conversion.h"
+#if __linux__
+#include "third_party/lss/linux_syscall_support.h"
+#endif
+
+namespace google_breakpad {
+
+const MDRVA MinidumpFileWriter::kInvalidMDRVA = static_cast<MDRVA>(-1);
+
+MinidumpFileWriter::MinidumpFileWriter()
+ : file_(-1),
+ close_file_when_destroyed_(true),
+ position_(0),
+ size_(0) {
+}
+
+MinidumpFileWriter::~MinidumpFileWriter() {
+ if (close_file_when_destroyed_)
+ Close();
+}
+
+bool MinidumpFileWriter::Open(const char *path) {
+ assert(file_ == -1);
+#if __linux__
+ file_ = sys_open(path, O_WRONLY | O_CREAT | O_EXCL, 0600);
+#else
+ file_ = open(path, O_WRONLY | O_CREAT | O_EXCL, 0600);
+#endif
+
+ return file_ != -1;
+}
+
+void MinidumpFileWriter::SetFile(const int file) {
+ assert(file_ == -1);
+ file_ = file;
+ close_file_when_destroyed_ = false;
+}
+
+bool MinidumpFileWriter::Close() {
+ bool result = true;
+
+ if (file_ != -1) {
+ if (-1 == ftruncate(file_, position_)) {
+ return false;
+ }
+#if __linux__
+ result = (sys_close(file_) == 0);
+#else
+ result = (close(file_) == 0);
+#endif
+ file_ = -1;
+ }
+
+ return result;
+}
+
+bool MinidumpFileWriter::CopyStringToMDString(const wchar_t *str,
+ unsigned int length,
+ TypedMDRVA<MDString> *mdstring) {
+ bool result = true;
+ if (sizeof(wchar_t) == sizeof(u_int16_t)) {
+ // Shortcut if wchar_t is the same size as MDString's buffer
+ result = mdstring->Copy(str, mdstring->get()->length);
+ } else {
+ u_int16_t out[2];
+ int out_idx = 0;
+
+ // Copy the string character by character
+ while (length && result) {
+ UTF32ToUTF16Char(*str, out);
+ if (!out[0])
+ return false;
+
+ // Process one character at a time
+ --length;
+ ++str;
+
+ // Append the one or two UTF-16 characters. The first one will be non-
+ // zero, but the second one may be zero, depending on the conversion from
+ // UTF-32.
+ int out_count = out[1] ? 2 : 1;
+ size_t out_size = sizeof(u_int16_t) * out_count;
+ result = mdstring->CopyIndexAfterObject(out_idx, out, out_size);
+ out_idx += out_count;
+ }
+ }
+ return result;
+}
+
+bool MinidumpFileWriter::CopyStringToMDString(const char *str,
+ unsigned int length,
+ TypedMDRVA<MDString> *mdstring) {
+ bool result = true;
+ u_int16_t out[2];
+ int out_idx = 0;
+
+ // Copy the string character by character
+ while (length && result) {
+ int conversion_count = UTF8ToUTF16Char(str, length, out);
+ if (!conversion_count)
+ return false;
+
+ // Move the pointer along based on the nubmer of converted characters
+ length -= conversion_count;
+ str += conversion_count;
+
+ // Append the one or two UTF-16 characters
+ int out_count = out[1] ? 2 : 1;
+ size_t out_size = sizeof(u_int16_t) * out_count;
+ result = mdstring->CopyIndexAfterObject(out_idx, out, out_size);
+ out_idx += out_count;
+ }
+ return result;
+}
+
+template <typename CharType>
+bool MinidumpFileWriter::WriteStringCore(const CharType *str,
+ unsigned int length,
+ MDLocationDescriptor *location) {
+ assert(str);
+ assert(location);
+ // Calculate the mdstring length by either limiting to |length| as passed in
+ // or by finding the location of the NULL character.
+ unsigned int mdstring_length = 0;
+ if (!length)
+ length = INT_MAX;
+ for (; mdstring_length < length && str[mdstring_length]; ++mdstring_length)
+ ;
+
+ // Allocate the string buffer
+ TypedMDRVA<MDString> mdstring(this);
+ if (!mdstring.AllocateObjectAndArray(mdstring_length + 1, sizeof(u_int16_t)))
+ return false;
+
+ // Set length excluding the NULL and copy the string
+ mdstring.get()->length =
+ static_cast<u_int32_t>(mdstring_length * sizeof(u_int16_t));
+ bool result = CopyStringToMDString(str, mdstring_length, &mdstring);
+
+ // NULL terminate
+ if (result) {
+ u_int16_t ch = 0;
+ result = mdstring.CopyIndexAfterObject(mdstring_length, &ch, sizeof(ch));
+
+ if (result)
+ *location = mdstring.location();
+ }
+
+ return result;
+}
+
+bool MinidumpFileWriter::WriteString(const wchar_t *str, unsigned int length,
+ MDLocationDescriptor *location) {
+ return WriteStringCore(str, length, location);
+}
+
+bool MinidumpFileWriter::WriteString(const char *str, unsigned int length,
+ MDLocationDescriptor *location) {
+ return WriteStringCore(str, length, location);
+}
+
+bool MinidumpFileWriter::WriteMemory(const void *src, size_t size,
+ MDMemoryDescriptor *output) {
+ assert(src);
+ assert(output);
+ UntypedMDRVA mem(this);
+
+ if (!mem.Allocate(size))
+ return false;
+ if (!mem.Copy(src, mem.size()))
+ return false;
+
+ output->start_of_memory_range = reinterpret_cast<u_int64_t>(src);
+ output->memory = mem.location();
+
+ return true;
+}
+
+MDRVA MinidumpFileWriter::Allocate(size_t size) {
+ assert(size);
+ assert(file_ != -1);
+ size_t aligned_size = (size + 7) & ~7; // 64-bit alignment
+
+ if (position_ + aligned_size > size_) {
+ size_t growth = aligned_size;
+ size_t minimal_growth = getpagesize();
+
+ // Ensure that the file grows by at least the size of a memory page
+ if (growth < minimal_growth)
+ growth = minimal_growth;
+
+ size_t new_size = size_ + growth;
+ if (ftruncate(file_, new_size) != 0)
+ return kInvalidMDRVA;
+
+ size_ = new_size;
+ }
+
+ MDRVA current_position = position_;
+ position_ += static_cast<MDRVA>(aligned_size);
+
+ return current_position;
+}
+
+bool MinidumpFileWriter::Copy(MDRVA position, const void *src, ssize_t size) {
+ assert(src);
+ assert(size);
+ assert(file_ != -1);
+
+ // Ensure that the data will fit in the allocated space
+ if (static_cast<size_t>(size + position) > size_)
+ return false;
+
+ // Seek and write the data
+#if __linux__
+ if (sys_lseek(file_, position, SEEK_SET) == static_cast<off_t>(position)) {
+ if (sys_write(file_, src, size) == size) {
+#else
+ if (lseek(file_, position, SEEK_SET) == static_cast<off_t>(position)) {
+ if (write(file_, src, size) == size) {
+#endif
+ return true;
+ }
+ }
+
+ return false;
+}
+
+bool UntypedMDRVA::Allocate(size_t size) {
+ assert(size_ == 0);
+ size_ = size;
+ position_ = writer_->Allocate(size_);
+ return position_ != MinidumpFileWriter::kInvalidMDRVA;
+}
+
+bool UntypedMDRVA::Copy(MDRVA pos, const void *src, size_t size) {
+ assert(src);
+ assert(size);
+ assert(pos + size <= position_ + size_);
+ return writer_->Copy(pos, src, size);
+}
+
+} // namespace google_breakpad
diff --git a/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/client/minidump_file_writer.h b/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/client/minidump_file_writer.h
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..313b250
--- /dev/null
+++ b/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/client/minidump_file_writer.h
@@ -0,0 +1,272 @@
+// Copyright (c) 2006, Google Inc.
+// All rights reserved.
+//
+// Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
+// modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are
+// met:
+//
+// * Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright
+// notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
+// * Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above
+// copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer
+// in the documentation and/or other materials provided with the
+// distribution.
+// * Neither the name of Google Inc. nor the names of its
+// contributors may be used to endorse or promote products derived from
+// this software without specific prior written permission.
+//
+// THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS AND CONTRIBUTORS
+// "AS IS" AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT
+// LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR
+// A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE COPYRIGHT
+// OWNER OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL,
+// SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT
+// LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE,
+// DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY
+// THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT
+// (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE
+// OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
+
+// minidump_file_writer.h: Implements file-based minidump generation. It's
+// intended to be used with the Google Breakpad open source crash handling
+// project.
+
+#ifndef CLIENT_MINIDUMP_FILE_WRITER_H__
+#define CLIENT_MINIDUMP_FILE_WRITER_H__
+
+#include <string>
+
+#include "google_breakpad/common/minidump_format.h"
+
+namespace google_breakpad {
+
+class UntypedMDRVA;
+template<typename MDType> class TypedMDRVA;
+
+// The user of this class can Open() a file and add minidump streams, data, and
+// strings using the definitions in minidump_format.h. Since this class is
+// expected to be used in a situation where the current process may be
+// damaged, it will not allocate heap memory.
+// Sample usage:
+// MinidumpFileWriter writer;
+// writer.Open("/tmp/minidump.dmp");
+// TypedMDRVA<MDRawHeader> header(&writer_);
+// header.Allocate();
+// header->get()->signature = MD_HEADER_SIGNATURE;
+// :
+// writer.Close();
+//
+// An alternative is to use SetFile and provide a file descriptor:
+// MinidumpFileWriter writer;
+// writer.SetFile(minidump_fd);
+// TypedMDRVA<MDRawHeader> header(&writer_);
+// header.Allocate();
+// header->get()->signature = MD_HEADER_SIGNATURE;
+// :
+// writer.Close();
+
+class MinidumpFileWriter {
+public:
+ // Invalid MDRVA (Minidump Relative Virtual Address)
+ // returned on failed allocation
+ static const MDRVA kInvalidMDRVA;
+
+ MinidumpFileWriter();
+ ~MinidumpFileWriter();
+
+ // Open |path| as the destination of the minidump data. Any existing file
+ // will be overwritten.
+ // Return true on success, or false on failure.
+ bool Open(const char *path);
+
+ // Sets the file descriptor |file| as the destination of the minidump data.
+ // Can be used as an alternative to Open() when a file descriptor is
+ // available.
+ // Note that |fd| is not closed when the instance of MinidumpFileWriter is
+ // destroyed.
+ void SetFile(const int file);
+
+ // Close the current file (that was either created when Open was called, or
+ // specified with SetFile).
+ // Return true on success, or false on failure.
+ bool Close();
+
+ // Copy the contents of |str| to a MDString and write it to the file.
+ // |str| is expected to be either UTF-16 or UTF-32 depending on the size
+ // of wchar_t.
+ // Maximum |length| of characters to copy from |str|, or specify 0 to use the
+ // entire NULL terminated string. Copying will stop at the first NULL.
+ // |location| the allocated location
+ // Return true on success, or false on failure
+ bool WriteString(const wchar_t *str, unsigned int length,
+ MDLocationDescriptor *location);
+
+ // Same as above, except with |str| as a UTF-8 string
+ bool WriteString(const char *str, unsigned int length,
+ MDLocationDescriptor *location);
+
+ // Write |size| bytes starting at |src| into the current position.
+ // Return true on success and set |output| to position, or false on failure
+ bool WriteMemory(const void *src, size_t size, MDMemoryDescriptor *output);
+
+ // Copies |size| bytes from |src| to |position|
+ // Return true on success, or false on failure
+ bool Copy(MDRVA position, const void *src, ssize_t size);
+
+ // Return the current position for writing to the minidump
+ inline MDRVA position() const { return position_; }
+
+ private:
+ friend class UntypedMDRVA;
+
+ // Allocates an area of |size| bytes.
+ // Returns the position of the allocation, or kInvalidMDRVA if it was
+ // unable to allocate the bytes.
+ MDRVA Allocate(size_t size);
+
+ // The file descriptor for the output file.
+ int file_;
+
+ // Whether |file_| should be closed when the instance is destroyed.
+ bool close_file_when_destroyed_;
+
+ // Current position in buffer
+ MDRVA position_;
+
+ // Current allocated size
+ size_t size_;
+
+ // Copy |length| characters from |str| to |mdstring|. These are distinct
+ // because the underlying MDString is a UTF-16 based string. The wchar_t
+ // variant may need to create a MDString that has more characters than the
+ // source |str|, whereas the UTF-8 variant may coalesce characters to form
+ // a single UTF-16 character.
+ bool CopyStringToMDString(const wchar_t *str, unsigned int length,
+ TypedMDRVA<MDString> *mdstring);
+ bool CopyStringToMDString(const char *str, unsigned int length,
+ TypedMDRVA<MDString> *mdstring);
+
+ // The common templated code for writing a string
+ template <typename CharType>
+ bool WriteStringCore(const CharType *str, unsigned int length,
+ MDLocationDescriptor *location);
+};
+
+// Represents an untyped allocated chunk
+class UntypedMDRVA {
+ public:
+ explicit UntypedMDRVA(MinidumpFileWriter *writer)
+ : writer_(writer),
+ position_(writer->position()),
+ size_(0) {}
+
+ // Allocates |size| bytes. Must not call more than once.
+ // Return true on success, or false on failure
+ bool Allocate(size_t size);
+
+ // Returns the current position or kInvalidMDRVA if allocation failed
+ inline MDRVA position() const { return position_; }
+
+ // Number of bytes allocated
+ inline size_t size() const { return size_; }
+
+ // Return size and position
+ inline MDLocationDescriptor location() const {
+ MDLocationDescriptor location = { static_cast<u_int32_t>(size_),
+ position_ };
+ return location;
+ }
+
+ // Copy |size| bytes starting at |src| into the minidump at |position|
+ // Return true on success, or false on failure
+ bool Copy(MDRVA position, const void *src, size_t size);
+
+ // Copy |size| bytes from |src| to the current position
+ inline bool Copy(const void *src, size_t size) {
+ return Copy(position_, src, size);
+ }
+
+ protected:
+ // Writer we associate with
+ MinidumpFileWriter *writer_;
+
+ // Position of the start of the data
+ MDRVA position_;
+
+ // Allocated size
+ size_t size_;
+};
+
+// Represents a Minidump object chunk. Additional memory can be allocated at
+// the end of the object as a:
+// - single allocation
+// - Array of MDType objects
+// - A MDType object followed by an array
+template<typename MDType>
+class TypedMDRVA : public UntypedMDRVA {
+ public:
+ // Constructs an unallocated MDRVA
+ explicit TypedMDRVA(MinidumpFileWriter *writer)
+ : UntypedMDRVA(writer),
+ data_(),
+ allocation_state_(UNALLOCATED) {}
+
+ inline ~TypedMDRVA() {
+ // Ensure that the data_ object is written out
+ if (allocation_state_ != ARRAY)
+ Flush();
+ }
+
+ // Address of object data_ of MDType. This is not declared const as the
+ // typical usage will be to access the underlying |data_| object as to
+ // alter its contents.
+ MDType *get() { return &data_; }
+
+ // Allocates minidump_size<MDType>::size() bytes.
+ // Must not call more than once.
+ // Return true on success, or false on failure
+ bool Allocate();
+
+ // Allocates minidump_size<MDType>::size() + |additional| bytes.
+ // Must not call more than once.
+ // Return true on success, or false on failure
+ bool Allocate(size_t additional);
+
+ // Allocate an array of |count| elements of MDType.
+ // Must not call more than once.
+ // Return true on success, or false on failure
+ bool AllocateArray(size_t count);
+
+ // Allocate an array of |count| elements of |size| after object of MDType
+ // Must not call more than once.
+ // Return true on success, or false on failure
+ bool AllocateObjectAndArray(size_t count, size_t size);
+
+ // Copy |item| to |index|
+ // Must have been allocated using AllocateArray().
+ // Return true on success, or false on failure
+ bool CopyIndex(unsigned int index, MDType *item);
+
+ // Copy |size| bytes starting at |str| to |index|
+ // Must have been allocated using AllocateObjectAndArray().
+ // Return true on success, or false on failure
+ bool CopyIndexAfterObject(unsigned int index, const void *src, size_t size);
+
+ // Write data_
+ bool Flush();
+
+ private:
+ enum AllocationState {
+ UNALLOCATED = 0,
+ SINGLE_OBJECT,
+ ARRAY,
+ SINGLE_OBJECT_WITH_ARRAY
+ };
+
+ MDType data_;
+ AllocationState allocation_state_;
+};
+
+} // namespace google_breakpad
+
+#endif // CLIENT_MINIDUMP_FILE_WRITER_H__
diff --git a/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/client/windows/common/ipc_protocol.h b/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/client/windows/common/ipc_protocol.h
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..b03c032
--- /dev/null
+++ b/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/client/windows/common/ipc_protocol.h
@@ -0,0 +1,181 @@
+// Copyright (c) 2008, Google Inc.
+// All rights reserved.
+//
+// Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
+// modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are
+// met:
+//
+// * Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright
+// notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
+// * Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above
+// copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer
+// in the documentation and/or other materials provided with the
+// distribution.
+// * Neither the name of Google Inc. nor the names of its
+// contributors may be used to endorse or promote products derived from
+// this software without specific prior written permission.
+//
+// THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS AND CONTRIBUTORS
+// "AS IS" AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT
+// LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR
+// A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE COPYRIGHT
+// OWNER OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL,
+// SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT
+// LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE,
+// DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY
+// THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT
+// (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE
+// OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
+
+#ifndef CLIENT_WINDOWS_COMMON_IPC_PROTOCOL_H__
+#define CLIENT_WINDOWS_COMMON_IPC_PROTOCOL_H__
+
+#include <Windows.h>
+#include <DbgHelp.h>
+#include <string>
+#include <utility>
+#include "common/windows/string_utils-inl.h"
+#include "google_breakpad/common/minidump_format.h"
+
+namespace google_breakpad {
+
+// Name/value pair for custom client information.
+struct CustomInfoEntry {
+ // Maximum length for name and value for client custom info.
+ static const int kNameMaxLength = 64;
+ static const int kValueMaxLength = 64;
+
+ CustomInfoEntry() {
+ // Putting name and value in initializer list makes VC++ show warning 4351.
+ set_name(NULL);
+ set_value(NULL);
+ }
+
+ CustomInfoEntry(const wchar_t* name_arg, const wchar_t* value_arg) {
+ set_name(name_arg);
+ set_value(value_arg);
+ }
+
+ void set_name(const wchar_t* name_arg) {
+ if (!name_arg) {
+ name[0] = L'\0';
+ return;
+ }
+ WindowsStringUtils::safe_wcscpy(name, kNameMaxLength, name_arg);
+ }
+
+ void set_value(const wchar_t* value_arg) {
+ if (!value_arg) {
+ value[0] = L'\0';
+ return;
+ }
+
+ WindowsStringUtils::safe_wcscpy(value, kValueMaxLength, value_arg);
+ }
+
+ void set(const wchar_t* name_arg, const wchar_t* value_arg) {
+ set_name(name_arg);
+ set_value(value_arg);
+ }
+
+ wchar_t name[kNameMaxLength];
+ wchar_t value[kValueMaxLength];
+};
+
+// Constants for the protocol between client and the server.
+
+// Tags sent with each message indicating the purpose of
+// the message.
+enum MessageTag {
+ MESSAGE_TAG_NONE = 0,
+ MESSAGE_TAG_REGISTRATION_REQUEST = 1,
+ MESSAGE_TAG_REGISTRATION_RESPONSE = 2,
+ MESSAGE_TAG_REGISTRATION_ACK = 3,
+ MESSAGE_TAG_UPLOAD_REQUEST = 4
+};
+
+struct CustomClientInfo {
+ const CustomInfoEntry* entries;
+ size_t count;
+};
+
+// Message structure for IPC between crash client and crash server.
+struct ProtocolMessage {
+ ProtocolMessage()
+ : tag(MESSAGE_TAG_NONE),
+ id(0),
+ dump_type(MiniDumpNormal),
+ thread_id(0),
+ exception_pointers(NULL),
+ assert_info(NULL),
+ custom_client_info(),
+ dump_request_handle(NULL),
+ dump_generated_handle(NULL),
+ server_alive_handle(NULL) {
+ }
+
+ // Creates an instance with the given parameters.
+ ProtocolMessage(MessageTag arg_tag,
+ DWORD arg_id,
+ MINIDUMP_TYPE arg_dump_type,
+ DWORD* arg_thread_id,
+ EXCEPTION_POINTERS** arg_exception_pointers,
+ MDRawAssertionInfo* arg_assert_info,
+ const CustomClientInfo& custom_info,
+ HANDLE arg_dump_request_handle,
+ HANDLE arg_dump_generated_handle,
+ HANDLE arg_server_alive)
+ : tag(arg_tag),
+ id(arg_id),
+ dump_type(arg_dump_type),
+ thread_id(arg_thread_id),
+ exception_pointers(arg_exception_pointers),
+ assert_info(arg_assert_info),
+ custom_client_info(custom_info),
+ dump_request_handle(arg_dump_request_handle),
+ dump_generated_handle(arg_dump_generated_handle),
+ server_alive_handle(arg_server_alive) {
+ }
+
+ // Tag in the message.
+ MessageTag tag;
+
+ // The id for this message. This may be either a process id or a crash id
+ // depending on the type of message.
+ DWORD id;
+
+ // Dump type requested.
+ MINIDUMP_TYPE dump_type;
+
+ // Client thread id pointer.
+ DWORD* thread_id;
+
+ // Exception information.
+ EXCEPTION_POINTERS** exception_pointers;
+
+ // Assert information in case of an invalid parameter or
+ // pure call failure.
+ MDRawAssertionInfo* assert_info;
+
+ // Custom client information.
+ CustomClientInfo custom_client_info;
+
+ // Handle to signal the crash event.
+ HANDLE dump_request_handle;
+
+ // Handle to check if server is done generating crash.
+ HANDLE dump_generated_handle;
+
+ // Handle to a mutex that becomes signaled (WAIT_ABANDONED)
+ // if server process goes down.
+ HANDLE server_alive_handle;
+
+ private:
+ // Disable copy ctor and operator=.
+ ProtocolMessage(const ProtocolMessage& msg);
+ ProtocolMessage& operator=(const ProtocolMessage& msg);
+};
+
+} // namespace google_breakpad
+
+#endif // CLIENT_WINDOWS_COMMON_IPC_PROTOCOL_H__
diff --git a/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/client/windows/crash_generation/crash_generation_client.cc b/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/client/windows/crash_generation/crash_generation_client.cc
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..b0d3d04
--- /dev/null
+++ b/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/client/windows/crash_generation/crash_generation_client.cc
@@ -0,0 +1,401 @@
+// Copyright (c) 2008, Google Inc.
+// All rights reserved.
+//
+// Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
+// modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are
+// met:
+//
+// * Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright
+// notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
+// * Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above
+// copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer
+// in the documentation and/or other materials provided with the
+// distribution.
+// * Neither the name of Google Inc. nor the names of its
+// contributors may be used to endorse or promote products derived from
+// this software without specific prior written permission.
+//
+// THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS AND CONTRIBUTORS
+// "AS IS" AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT
+// LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR
+// A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE COPYRIGHT
+// OWNER OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL,
+// SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT
+// LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE,
+// DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY
+// THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT
+// (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE
+// OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
+
+#include "client/windows/crash_generation/crash_generation_client.h"
+#include <cassert>
+#include <utility>
+#include "client/windows/common/ipc_protocol.h"
+
+namespace google_breakpad {
+
+const int kPipeBusyWaitTimeoutMs = 2000;
+
+#ifdef _DEBUG
+const DWORD kWaitForServerTimeoutMs = INFINITE;
+#else
+const DWORD kWaitForServerTimeoutMs = 15000;
+#endif
+
+const int kPipeConnectMaxAttempts = 2;
+
+const DWORD kPipeDesiredAccess = FILE_READ_DATA |
+ FILE_WRITE_DATA |
+ FILE_WRITE_ATTRIBUTES;
+
+const DWORD kPipeFlagsAndAttributes = SECURITY_IDENTIFICATION |
+ SECURITY_SQOS_PRESENT;
+
+const DWORD kPipeMode = PIPE_READMODE_MESSAGE;
+
+const size_t kWaitEventCount = 2;
+
+// This function is orphan for production code. It can be used
+// for debugging to help repro some scenarios like the client
+// is slow in writing to the pipe after connecting, the client
+// is slow in reading from the pipe after writing, etc. The parameter
+// overlapped below is not used and it is present to match the signature
+// of this function to TransactNamedPipe Win32 API. Uncomment if needed
+// for debugging.
+/**
+static bool TransactNamedPipeDebugHelper(HANDLE pipe,
+ const void* in_buffer,
+ DWORD in_size,
+ void* out_buffer,
+ DWORD out_size,
+ DWORD* bytes_count,
+ LPOVERLAPPED) {
+ // Uncomment the next sleep to create a gap before writing
+ // to pipe.
+ // Sleep(5000);
+
+ if (!WriteFile(pipe,
+ in_buffer,
+ in_size,
+ bytes_count,
+ NULL)) {
+ return false;
+ }
+
+ // Uncomment the next sleep to create a gap between write
+ // and read.
+ // Sleep(5000);
+
+ return ReadFile(pipe, out_buffer, out_size, bytes_count, NULL) != FALSE;
+}
+**/
+
+CrashGenerationClient::CrashGenerationClient(
+ const wchar_t* pipe_name,
+ MINIDUMP_TYPE dump_type,
+ const CustomClientInfo* custom_info)
+ : pipe_name_(pipe_name),
+ pipe_handle_(NULL),
+ dump_type_(dump_type),
+ thread_id_(0),
+ server_process_id_(0),
+ crash_event_(NULL),
+ crash_generated_(NULL),
+ server_alive_(NULL),
+ exception_pointers_(NULL),
+ custom_info_() {
+ memset(&assert_info_, 0, sizeof(assert_info_));
+ if (custom_info) {
+ custom_info_ = *custom_info;
+ }
+}
+
+CrashGenerationClient::CrashGenerationClient(
+ HANDLE pipe_handle,
+ MINIDUMP_TYPE dump_type,
+ const CustomClientInfo* custom_info)
+ : pipe_name_(),
+ pipe_handle_(pipe_handle),
+ dump_type_(dump_type),
+ thread_id_(0),
+ server_process_id_(0),
+ crash_event_(NULL),
+ crash_generated_(NULL),
+ server_alive_(NULL),
+ exception_pointers_(NULL),
+ custom_info_() {
+ memset(&assert_info_, 0, sizeof(assert_info_));
+ if (custom_info) {
+ custom_info_ = *custom_info;
+ }
+}
+
+CrashGenerationClient::~CrashGenerationClient() {
+ if (crash_event_) {
+ CloseHandle(crash_event_);
+ }
+
+ if (crash_generated_) {
+ CloseHandle(crash_generated_);
+ }
+
+ if (server_alive_) {
+ CloseHandle(server_alive_);
+ }
+}
+
+// Performs the registration step with the server process.
+// The registration step involves communicating with the server
+// via a named pipe. The client sends the following pieces of
+// data to the server:
+//
+// * Message tag indicating the client is requesting registration.
+// * Process id of the client process.
+// * Address of a DWORD variable in the client address space
+// that will contain the thread id of the client thread that
+// caused the crash.
+// * Address of a EXCEPTION_POINTERS* variable in the client
+// address space that will point to an instance of EXCEPTION_POINTERS
+// when the crash happens.
+// * Address of an instance of MDRawAssertionInfo that will contain
+// relevant information in case of non-exception crashes like assertion
+// failures and pure calls.
+//
+// In return the client expects the following information from the server:
+//
+// * Message tag indicating successful registration.
+// * Server process id.
+// * Handle to an object that client can signal to request dump
+// generation from the server.
+// * Handle to an object that client can wait on after requesting
+// dump generation for the server to finish dump generation.
+// * Handle to a mutex object that client can wait on to make sure
+// server is still alive.
+//
+// If any step of the expected behavior mentioned above fails, the
+// registration step is not considered successful and hence out-of-process
+// dump generation service is not available.
+//
+// Returns true if the registration is successful; false otherwise.
+bool CrashGenerationClient::Register() {
+ HANDLE pipe = ConnectToServer();
+ if (!pipe) {
+ return false;
+ }
+
+ bool success = RegisterClient(pipe);
+ CloseHandle(pipe);
+ return success;
+}
+
+bool CrashGenerationClient::RequestUpload(DWORD crash_id) {
+ HANDLE pipe = ConnectToServer();
+ if (!pipe) {
+ return false;
+ }
+
+ CustomClientInfo custom_info = {NULL, 0};
+ ProtocolMessage msg(MESSAGE_TAG_UPLOAD_REQUEST, crash_id,
+ static_cast<MINIDUMP_TYPE>(NULL), NULL, NULL, NULL,
+ custom_info, NULL, NULL, NULL);
+ DWORD bytes_count = 0;
+ bool success = WriteFile(pipe, &msg, sizeof(msg), &bytes_count, NULL) != 0;
+
+ CloseHandle(pipe);
+ return success;
+}
+
+HANDLE CrashGenerationClient::ConnectToServer() {
+ HANDLE pipe = ConnectToPipe(pipe_name_.c_str(),
+ kPipeDesiredAccess,
+ kPipeFlagsAndAttributes);
+ if (!pipe) {
+ return NULL;
+ }
+
+ DWORD mode = kPipeMode;
+ if (!SetNamedPipeHandleState(pipe, &mode, NULL, NULL)) {
+ CloseHandle(pipe);
+ pipe = NULL;
+ }
+
+ return pipe;
+}
+
+bool CrashGenerationClient::RegisterClient(HANDLE pipe) {
+ ProtocolMessage msg(MESSAGE_TAG_REGISTRATION_REQUEST,
+ GetCurrentProcessId(),
+ dump_type_,
+ &thread_id_,
+ &exception_pointers_,
+ &assert_info_,
+ custom_info_,
+ NULL,
+ NULL,
+ NULL);
+ ProtocolMessage reply;
+ DWORD bytes_count = 0;
+ // The call to TransactNamedPipe below can be changed to a call
+ // to TransactNamedPipeDebugHelper to help repro some scenarios.
+ // For details see comments for TransactNamedPipeDebugHelper.
+ if (!TransactNamedPipe(pipe,
+ &msg,
+ sizeof(msg),
+ &reply,
+ sizeof(ProtocolMessage),
+ &bytes_count,
+ NULL)) {
+ return false;
+ }
+
+ if (!ValidateResponse(reply)) {
+ return false;
+ }
+
+ ProtocolMessage ack_msg;
+ ack_msg.tag = MESSAGE_TAG_REGISTRATION_ACK;
+
+ if (!WriteFile(pipe, &ack_msg, sizeof(ack_msg), &bytes_count, NULL)) {
+ return false;
+ }
+ crash_event_ = reply.dump_request_handle;
+ crash_generated_ = reply.dump_generated_handle;
+ server_alive_ = reply.server_alive_handle;
+ server_process_id_ = reply.id;
+
+ return true;
+}
+
+HANDLE CrashGenerationClient::ConnectToPipe(const wchar_t* pipe_name,
+ DWORD pipe_access,
+ DWORD flags_attrs) {
+ if (pipe_handle_) {
+ HANDLE t = pipe_handle_;
+ pipe_handle_ = NULL;
+ return t;
+ }
+
+ for (int i = 0; i < kPipeConnectMaxAttempts; ++i) {
+ HANDLE pipe = CreateFile(pipe_name,
+ pipe_access,
+ 0,
+ NULL,
+ OPEN_EXISTING,
+ flags_attrs,
+ NULL);
+ if (pipe != INVALID_HANDLE_VALUE) {
+ return pipe;
+ }
+
+ // Cannot continue retrying if error is something other than
+ // ERROR_PIPE_BUSY.
+ if (GetLastError() != ERROR_PIPE_BUSY) {
+ break;
+ }
+
+ // Cannot continue retrying if wait on pipe fails.
+ if (!WaitNamedPipe(pipe_name, kPipeBusyWaitTimeoutMs)) {
+ break;
+ }
+ }
+
+ return NULL;
+}
+
+bool CrashGenerationClient::ValidateResponse(
+ const ProtocolMessage& msg) const {
+ return (msg.tag == MESSAGE_TAG_REGISTRATION_RESPONSE) &&
+ (msg.id != 0) &&
+ (msg.dump_request_handle != NULL) &&
+ (msg.dump_generated_handle != NULL) &&
+ (msg.server_alive_handle != NULL);
+}
+
+bool CrashGenerationClient::IsRegistered() const {
+ return crash_event_ != NULL;
+}
+
+bool CrashGenerationClient::RequestDump(EXCEPTION_POINTERS* ex_info,
+ MDRawAssertionInfo* assert_info) {
+ if (!IsRegistered()) {
+ return false;
+ }
+
+ exception_pointers_ = ex_info;
+ thread_id_ = GetCurrentThreadId();
+
+ if (assert_info) {
+ memcpy(&assert_info_, assert_info, sizeof(assert_info_));
+ } else {
+ memset(&assert_info_, 0, sizeof(assert_info_));
+ }
+
+ return SignalCrashEventAndWait();
+}
+
+bool CrashGenerationClient::RequestDump(EXCEPTION_POINTERS* ex_info) {
+ return RequestDump(ex_info, NULL);
+}
+
+bool CrashGenerationClient::RequestDump(MDRawAssertionInfo* assert_info) {
+ return RequestDump(NULL, assert_info);
+}
+
+bool CrashGenerationClient::SignalCrashEventAndWait() {
+ assert(crash_event_);
+ assert(crash_generated_);
+ assert(server_alive_);
+
+ // Reset the dump generated event before signaling the crash
+ // event so that the server can set the dump generated event
+ // once it is done generating the event.
+ if (!ResetEvent(crash_generated_)) {
+ return false;
+ }
+
+ if (!SetEvent(crash_event_)) {
+ return false;
+ }
+
+ HANDLE wait_handles[kWaitEventCount] = {crash_generated_, server_alive_};
+
+ DWORD result = WaitForMultipleObjects(kWaitEventCount,
+ wait_handles,
+ FALSE,
+ kWaitForServerTimeoutMs);
+
+ // Crash dump was successfully generated only if the server
+ // signaled the crash generated event.
+ return result == WAIT_OBJECT_0;
+}
+
+HANDLE CrashGenerationClient::DuplicatePipeToClientProcess(const wchar_t* pipe_name,
+ HANDLE hProcess) {
+ for (int i = 0; i < kPipeConnectMaxAttempts; ++i) {
+ HANDLE local_pipe = CreateFile(pipe_name, kPipeDesiredAccess,
+ 0, NULL, OPEN_EXISTING,
+ kPipeFlagsAndAttributes, NULL);
+ if (local_pipe != INVALID_HANDLE_VALUE) {
+ HANDLE remotePipe = INVALID_HANDLE_VALUE;
+ if (DuplicateHandle(GetCurrentProcess(), local_pipe,
+ hProcess, &remotePipe, 0, FALSE,
+ DUPLICATE_CLOSE_SOURCE | DUPLICATE_SAME_ACCESS)) {
+ return remotePipe;
+ } else {
+ return INVALID_HANDLE_VALUE;
+ }
+ }
+
+ // Cannot continue retrying if the error wasn't a busy pipe.
+ if (GetLastError() != ERROR_PIPE_BUSY) {
+ return INVALID_HANDLE_VALUE;
+ }
+
+ if (!WaitNamedPipe(pipe_name, kPipeBusyWaitTimeoutMs)) {
+ return INVALID_HANDLE_VALUE;
+ }
+ }
+ return INVALID_HANDLE_VALUE;
+}
+
+} // namespace google_breakpad
diff --git a/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/client/windows/crash_generation/crash_generation_client.h b/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/client/windows/crash_generation/crash_generation_client.h
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..2ce14dd
--- /dev/null
+++ b/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/client/windows/crash_generation/crash_generation_client.h
@@ -0,0 +1,182 @@
+// Copyright (c) 2008, Google Inc.
+// All rights reserved.
+//
+// Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
+// modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are
+// met:
+//
+// * Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright
+// notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
+// * Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above
+// copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer
+// in the documentation and/or other materials provided with the
+// distribution.
+// * Neither the name of Google Inc. nor the names of its
+// contributors may be used to endorse or promote products derived from
+// this software without specific prior written permission.
+//
+// THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS AND CONTRIBUTORS
+// "AS IS" AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT
+// LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR
+// A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE COPYRIGHT
+// OWNER OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL,
+// SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT
+// LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE,
+// DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY
+// THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT
+// (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE
+// OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
+
+#ifndef CLIENT_WINDOWS_CRASH_GENERATION_CRASH_GENERATION_CLIENT_H_
+#define CLIENT_WINDOWS_CRASH_GENERATION_CRASH_GENERATION_CLIENT_H_
+
+#include <windows.h>
+#include <dbghelp.h>
+#include <string>
+#include <utility>
+#include "client/windows/common/ipc_protocol.h"
+#include "processor/scoped_ptr.h"
+
+namespace google_breakpad {
+
+struct CustomClientInfo;
+
+// Abstraction of client-side implementation of out of process
+// crash generation.
+//
+// The process that desires to have out-of-process crash dump
+// generation service can use this class in the following way:
+//
+// * Create an instance.
+// * Call Register method so that the client tries to register
+// with the server process and check the return value. If
+// registration is not successful, out-of-process crash dump
+// generation will not be available
+// * Request dump generation by calling either of the two
+// overloaded RequestDump methods - one in case of exceptions
+// and the other in case of assertion failures
+//
+// Note that it is the responsibility of the client code of
+// this class to set the unhandled exception filter with the
+// system by calling the SetUnhandledExceptionFilter function
+// and the client code should explicitly request dump generation.
+class CrashGenerationClient {
+ public:
+ CrashGenerationClient(const wchar_t* pipe_name,
+ MINIDUMP_TYPE dump_type,
+ const CustomClientInfo* custom_info);
+
+ CrashGenerationClient(HANDLE pipe_handle,
+ MINIDUMP_TYPE dump_type,
+ const CustomClientInfo* custom_info);
+
+ ~CrashGenerationClient();
+
+ // Registers the client process with the crash server.
+ //
+ // Returns true if the registration is successful; false otherwise.
+ bool Register();
+
+ // Requests the crash server to upload a previous dump with the
+ // given crash id.
+ bool RequestUpload(DWORD crash_id);
+
+ bool RequestDump(EXCEPTION_POINTERS* ex_info,
+ MDRawAssertionInfo* assert_info);
+
+ // Requests the crash server to generate a dump with the given
+ // exception information.
+ //
+ // Returns true if the dump was successful; false otherwise. Note that
+ // if the registration step was not performed or it was not successful,
+ // false will be returned.
+ bool RequestDump(EXCEPTION_POINTERS* ex_info);
+
+ // Requests the crash server to generate a dump with the given
+ // assertion information.
+ //
+ // Returns true if the dump was successful; false otherwise. Note that
+ // if the registration step was not performed or it was not successful,
+ // false will be returned.
+ bool RequestDump(MDRawAssertionInfo* assert_info);
+
+ // If the crash generation client is running in a sandbox that prevents it
+ // from opening the named pipe directly, the server process may open the
+ // handle and duplicate it into the client process with this helper method.
+ // Returns INVALID_HANDLE_VALUE on failure. The process must have been opened
+ // with the PROCESS_DUP_HANDLE access right.
+ static HANDLE DuplicatePipeToClientProcess(const wchar_t* pipe_name,
+ HANDLE hProcess);
+
+ private:
+ // Connects to the appropriate pipe and sets the pipe handle state.
+ //
+ // Returns the pipe handle if everything goes well; otherwise Returns NULL.
+ HANDLE ConnectToServer();
+
+ // Performs a handshake with the server over the given pipe which should be
+ // already connected to the server.
+ //
+ // Returns true if handshake with the server was successful; false otherwise.
+ bool RegisterClient(HANDLE pipe);
+
+ // Validates the given server response.
+ bool ValidateResponse(const ProtocolMessage& msg) const;
+
+ // Returns true if the registration step succeeded; false otherwise.
+ bool IsRegistered() const;
+
+ // Connects to the given named pipe with given parameters.
+ //
+ // Returns true if the connection is successful; false otherwise.
+ HANDLE ConnectToPipe(const wchar_t* pipe_name,
+ DWORD pipe_access,
+ DWORD flags_attrs);
+
+ // Signals the crash event and wait for the server to generate crash.
+ bool SignalCrashEventAndWait();
+
+ // Pipe name to use to talk to server.
+ std::wstring pipe_name_;
+
+ // Pipe handle duplicated from server process. Only valid before
+ // Register is called.
+ HANDLE pipe_handle_;
+
+ // Custom client information
+ CustomClientInfo custom_info_;
+
+ // Type of dump to generate.
+ MINIDUMP_TYPE dump_type_;
+
+ // Event to signal in case of a crash.
+ HANDLE crash_event_;
+
+ // Handle to wait on after signaling a crash for the server
+ // to finish generating crash dump.
+ HANDLE crash_generated_;
+
+ // Handle to a mutex that will become signaled with WAIT_ABANDONED
+ // if the server process goes down.
+ HANDLE server_alive_;
+
+ // Server process id.
+ DWORD server_process_id_;
+
+ // Id of the thread that caused the crash.
+ DWORD thread_id_;
+
+ // Exception pointers for an exception crash.
+ EXCEPTION_POINTERS* exception_pointers_;
+
+ // Assertion info for an invalid parameter or pure call crash.
+ MDRawAssertionInfo assert_info_;
+
+ // Disable copy ctor and operator=.
+ CrashGenerationClient(const CrashGenerationClient& crash_client);
+ CrashGenerationClient& operator=(const CrashGenerationClient& crash_client);
+};
+
+} // namespace google_breakpad
+
+#endif // CLIENT_WINDOWS_CRASH_GENERATION_CRASH_GENERATION_CLIENT_H_
diff --git a/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/client/windows/handler/exception_handler.cc b/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/client/windows/handler/exception_handler.cc
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..6e5b724
--- /dev/null
+++ b/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/client/windows/handler/exception_handler.cc
@@ -0,0 +1,927 @@
+// Copyright (c) 2006, Google Inc.
+// All rights reserved.
+//
+// Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
+// modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are
+// met:
+//
+// * Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright
+// notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
+// * Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above
+// copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer
+// in the documentation and/or other materials provided with the
+// distribution.
+// * Neither the name of Google Inc. nor the names of its
+// contributors may be used to endorse or promote products derived from
+// this software without specific prior written permission.
+//
+// THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS AND CONTRIBUTORS
+// "AS IS" AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT
+// LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR
+// A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE COPYRIGHT
+// OWNER OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL,
+// SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT
+// LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE,
+// DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY
+// THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT
+// (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE
+// OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
+
+#include <ObjBase.h>
+
+#include <algorithm>
+#include <cassert>
+#include <cstdio>
+
+#include "common/windows/string_utils-inl.h"
+
+#include "client/windows/common/ipc_protocol.h"
+#include "client/windows/handler/exception_handler.h"
+#include "common/windows/guid_string.h"
+
+namespace google_breakpad {
+
+static const int kWaitForHandlerThreadMs = 60000;
+static const int kExceptionHandlerThreadInitialStackSize = 64 * 1024;
+
+// This is passed as the context to the MinidumpWriteDump callback.
+typedef struct {
+ ULONG64 memory_base;
+ ULONG memory_size;
+ bool finished;
+} MinidumpCallbackContext;
+
+vector<ExceptionHandler*>* ExceptionHandler::handler_stack_ = NULL;
+LONG ExceptionHandler::handler_stack_index_ = 0;
+CRITICAL_SECTION ExceptionHandler::handler_stack_critical_section_;
+volatile LONG ExceptionHandler::instance_count_ = 0;
+
+ExceptionHandler::ExceptionHandler(const wstring& dump_path,
+ FilterCallback filter,
+ MinidumpCallback callback,
+ void* callback_context,
+ int handler_types,
+ MINIDUMP_TYPE dump_type,
+ const wchar_t* pipe_name,
+ const CustomClientInfo* custom_info) {
+ Initialize(dump_path,
+ filter,
+ callback,
+ callback_context,
+ handler_types,
+ dump_type,
+ pipe_name,
+ NULL,
+ custom_info);
+}
+
+ExceptionHandler::ExceptionHandler(const wstring& dump_path,
+ FilterCallback filter,
+ MinidumpCallback callback,
+ void* callback_context,
+ int handler_types,
+ MINIDUMP_TYPE dump_type,
+ HANDLE pipe_handle,
+ const CustomClientInfo* custom_info) {
+ Initialize(dump_path,
+ filter,
+ callback,
+ callback_context,
+ handler_types,
+ dump_type,
+ NULL,
+ pipe_handle,
+ custom_info);
+}
+
+ExceptionHandler::ExceptionHandler(const wstring &dump_path,
+ FilterCallback filter,
+ MinidumpCallback callback,
+ void* callback_context,
+ int handler_types) {
+ Initialize(dump_path,
+ filter,
+ callback,
+ callback_context,
+ handler_types,
+ MiniDumpNormal,
+ NULL,
+ NULL,
+ NULL);
+}
+
+void ExceptionHandler::Initialize(const wstring& dump_path,
+ FilterCallback filter,
+ MinidumpCallback callback,
+ void* callback_context,
+ int handler_types,
+ MINIDUMP_TYPE dump_type,
+ const wchar_t* pipe_name,
+ HANDLE pipe_handle,
+ const CustomClientInfo* custom_info) {
+ LONG instance_count = InterlockedIncrement(&instance_count_);
+ filter_ = filter;
+ callback_ = callback;
+ callback_context_ = callback_context;
+ dump_path_c_ = NULL;
+ next_minidump_id_c_ = NULL;
+ next_minidump_path_c_ = NULL;
+ dbghelp_module_ = NULL;
+ minidump_write_dump_ = NULL;
+ dump_type_ = dump_type;
+ rpcrt4_module_ = NULL;
+ uuid_create_ = NULL;
+ handler_types_ = handler_types;
+ previous_filter_ = NULL;
+#if _MSC_VER >= 1400 // MSVC 2005/8
+ previous_iph_ = NULL;
+#endif // _MSC_VER >= 1400
+ previous_pch_ = NULL;
+ handler_thread_ = NULL;
+ is_shutdown_ = false;
+ handler_start_semaphore_ = NULL;
+ handler_finish_semaphore_ = NULL;
+ requesting_thread_id_ = 0;
+ exception_info_ = NULL;
+ assertion_ = NULL;
+ handler_return_value_ = false;
+ handle_debug_exceptions_ = false;
+
+ // Attempt to use out-of-process if user has specified a pipe.
+ if (pipe_name != NULL || pipe_handle != NULL) {
+ assert(!(pipe_name && pipe_handle));
+
+ scoped_ptr<CrashGenerationClient> client;
+ if (pipe_name) {
+ client.reset(
+ new CrashGenerationClient(pipe_name,
+ dump_type_,
+ custom_info));
+ } else {
+ client.reset(
+ new CrashGenerationClient(pipe_handle,
+ dump_type_,
+ custom_info));
+ }
+
+ // If successful in registering with the monitoring process,
+ // there is no need to setup in-process crash generation.
+ if (client->Register()) {
+ crash_generation_client_.reset(client.release());
+ }
+ }
+
+ if (!IsOutOfProcess()) {
+ // Either client did not ask for out-of-process crash generation
+ // or registration with the server process failed. In either case,
+ // setup to do in-process crash generation.
+
+ // Set synchronization primitives and the handler thread. Each
+ // ExceptionHandler object gets its own handler thread because that's the
+ // only way to reliably guarantee sufficient stack space in an exception,
+ // and it allows an easy way to get a snapshot of the requesting thread's
+ // context outside of an exception.
+ InitializeCriticalSection(&handler_critical_section_);
+ handler_start_semaphore_ = CreateSemaphore(NULL, 0, 1, NULL);
+ assert(handler_start_semaphore_ != NULL);
+
+ handler_finish_semaphore_ = CreateSemaphore(NULL, 0, 1, NULL);
+ assert(handler_finish_semaphore_ != NULL);
+
+ // Don't attempt to create the thread if we could not create the semaphores.
+ if (handler_finish_semaphore_ != NULL && handler_start_semaphore_ != NULL) {
+ DWORD thread_id;
+ handler_thread_ = CreateThread(NULL, // lpThreadAttributes
+ kExceptionHandlerThreadInitialStackSize,
+ ExceptionHandlerThreadMain,
+ this, // lpParameter
+ 0, // dwCreationFlags
+ &thread_id);
+ assert(handler_thread_ != NULL);
+ }
+
+ dbghelp_module_ = LoadLibrary(L"dbghelp.dll");
+ if (dbghelp_module_) {
+ minidump_write_dump_ = reinterpret_cast<MiniDumpWriteDump_type>(
+ GetProcAddress(dbghelp_module_, "MiniDumpWriteDump"));
+ }
+
+ // Load this library dynamically to not affect existing projects. Most
+ // projects don't link against this directly, it's usually dynamically
+ // loaded by dependent code.
+ rpcrt4_module_ = LoadLibrary(L"rpcrt4.dll");
+ if (rpcrt4_module_) {
+ uuid_create_ = reinterpret_cast<UuidCreate_type>(
+ GetProcAddress(rpcrt4_module_, "UuidCreate"));
+ }
+
+ // set_dump_path calls UpdateNextID. This sets up all of the path and id
+ // strings, and their equivalent c_str pointers.
+ set_dump_path(dump_path);
+ }
+
+ // There is a race condition here. If the first instance has not yet
+ // initialized the critical section, the second (and later) instances may
+ // try to use uninitialized critical section object. The feature of multiple
+ // instances in one module is not used much, so leave it as is for now.
+ // One way to solve this in the current design (that is, keeping the static
+ // handler stack) is to use spin locks with volatile bools to synchronize
+ // the handler stack. This works only if the compiler guarantees to generate
+ // cache coherent code for volatile.
+ // TODO(munjal): Fix this in a better way by changing the design if possible.
+
+ // Lazy initialization of the handler_stack_critical_section_
+ if (instance_count == 1) {
+ InitializeCriticalSection(&handler_stack_critical_section_);
+ }
+
+ if (handler_types != HANDLER_NONE) {
+ EnterCriticalSection(&handler_stack_critical_section_);
+
+ // The first time an ExceptionHandler that installs a handler is
+ // created, set up the handler stack.
+ if (!handler_stack_) {
+ handler_stack_ = new vector<ExceptionHandler*>();
+ }
+ handler_stack_->push_back(this);
+
+ if (handler_types & HANDLER_EXCEPTION)
+ previous_filter_ = SetUnhandledExceptionFilter(HandleException);
+
+#if _MSC_VER >= 1400 // MSVC 2005/8
+ if (handler_types & HANDLER_INVALID_PARAMETER)
+ previous_iph_ = _set_invalid_parameter_handler(HandleInvalidParameter);
+#endif // _MSC_VER >= 1400
+
+ if (handler_types & HANDLER_PURECALL)
+ previous_pch_ = _set_purecall_handler(HandlePureVirtualCall);
+
+ LeaveCriticalSection(&handler_stack_critical_section_);
+ }
+}
+
+ExceptionHandler::~ExceptionHandler() {
+ if (dbghelp_module_) {
+ FreeLibrary(dbghelp_module_);
+ }
+
+ if (rpcrt4_module_) {
+ FreeLibrary(rpcrt4_module_);
+ }
+
+ if (handler_types_ != HANDLER_NONE) {
+ EnterCriticalSection(&handler_stack_critical_section_);
+
+ if (handler_types_ & HANDLER_EXCEPTION)
+ SetUnhandledExceptionFilter(previous_filter_);
+
+#if _MSC_VER >= 1400 // MSVC 2005/8
+ if (handler_types_ & HANDLER_INVALID_PARAMETER)
+ _set_invalid_parameter_handler(previous_iph_);
+#endif // _MSC_VER >= 1400
+
+ if (handler_types_ & HANDLER_PURECALL)
+ _set_purecall_handler(previous_pch_);
+
+ if (handler_stack_->back() == this) {
+ handler_stack_->pop_back();
+ } else {
+ // TODO(mmentovai): use advapi32!ReportEvent to log the warning to the
+ // system's application event log.
+ fprintf(stderr, "warning: removing Breakpad handler out of order\n");
+ vector<ExceptionHandler*>::iterator iterator = handler_stack_->begin();
+ while (iterator != handler_stack_->end()) {
+ if (*iterator == this) {
+ iterator = handler_stack_->erase(iterator);
+ } else {
+ ++iterator;
+ }
+ }
+ }
+
+ if (handler_stack_->empty()) {
+ // When destroying the last ExceptionHandler that installed a handler,
+ // clean up the handler stack.
+ delete handler_stack_;
+ handler_stack_ = NULL;
+ }
+
+ LeaveCriticalSection(&handler_stack_critical_section_);
+ }
+
+ // Some of the objects were only initialized if out of process
+ // registration was not done.
+ if (!IsOutOfProcess()) {
+#ifdef BREAKPAD_NO_TERMINATE_THREAD
+ // Clean up the handler thread and synchronization primitives. The handler
+ // thread is either waiting on the semaphore to handle a crash or it is
+ // handling a crash. Coming out of the wait is fast but wait more in the
+ // eventuality a crash is handled. This compilation option results in a
+ // deadlock if the exception handler is destroyed while executing code
+ // inside DllMain.
+ is_shutdown_ = true;
+ ReleaseSemaphore(handler_start_semaphore_, 1, NULL);
+ WaitForSingleObject(handler_thread_, kWaitForHandlerThreadMs);
+#else
+ TerminateThread(handler_thread_, 1);
+#endif // BREAKPAD_NO_TERMINATE_THREAD
+
+ CloseHandle(handler_thread_);
+ handler_thread_ = NULL;
+ DeleteCriticalSection(&handler_critical_section_);
+ CloseHandle(handler_start_semaphore_);
+ CloseHandle(handler_finish_semaphore_);
+ }
+
+ // There is a race condition in the code below: if this instance is
+ // deleting the static critical section and a new instance of the class
+ // is created, then there is a possibility that the critical section be
+ // initialized while the same critical section is being deleted. Given the
+ // usage pattern for the code, this race condition is unlikely to hit, but it
+ // is a race condition nonetheless.
+ if (InterlockedDecrement(&instance_count_) == 0) {
+ DeleteCriticalSection(&handler_stack_critical_section_);
+ }
+}
+
+bool ExceptionHandler::RequestUpload(DWORD crash_id) {
+ return crash_generation_client_->RequestUpload(crash_id);
+}
+
+// static
+DWORD ExceptionHandler::ExceptionHandlerThreadMain(void* lpParameter) {
+ ExceptionHandler* self = reinterpret_cast<ExceptionHandler *>(lpParameter);
+ assert(self);
+ assert(self->handler_start_semaphore_ != NULL);
+ assert(self->handler_finish_semaphore_ != NULL);
+
+ while (true) {
+ if (WaitForSingleObject(self->handler_start_semaphore_, INFINITE) ==
+ WAIT_OBJECT_0) {
+ // Perform the requested action.
+ if (self->is_shutdown_) {
+ // The instance of the exception handler is being destroyed.
+ break;
+ } else {
+ self->handler_return_value_ =
+ self->WriteMinidumpWithException(self->requesting_thread_id_,
+ self->exception_info_,
+ self->assertion_);
+ }
+
+ // Allow the requesting thread to proceed.
+ ReleaseSemaphore(self->handler_finish_semaphore_, 1, NULL);
+ }
+ }
+
+ // This statement is not reached when the thread is unconditionally
+ // terminated by the ExceptionHandler destructor.
+ return 0;
+}
+
+// HandleException and HandleInvalidParameter must create an
+// AutoExceptionHandler object to maintain static state and to determine which
+// ExceptionHandler instance to use. The constructor locates the correct
+// instance, and makes it available through get_handler(). The destructor
+// restores the state in effect prior to allocating the AutoExceptionHandler.
+class AutoExceptionHandler {
+ public:
+ AutoExceptionHandler() {
+ // Increment handler_stack_index_ so that if another Breakpad handler is
+ // registered using this same HandleException function, and it needs to be
+ // called while this handler is running (either because this handler
+ // declines to handle the exception, or an exception occurs during
+ // handling), HandleException will find the appropriate ExceptionHandler
+ // object in handler_stack_ to deliver the exception to.
+ //
+ // Because handler_stack_ is addressed in reverse (as |size - index|),
+ // preincrementing handler_stack_index_ avoids needing to subtract 1 from
+ // the argument to |at|.
+ //
+ // The index is maintained instead of popping elements off of the handler
+ // stack and pushing them at the end of this method. This avoids ruining
+ // the order of elements in the stack in the event that some other thread
+ // decides to manipulate the handler stack (such as creating a new
+ // ExceptionHandler object) while an exception is being handled.
+ EnterCriticalSection(&ExceptionHandler::handler_stack_critical_section_);
+ handler_ = ExceptionHandler::handler_stack_->at(
+ ExceptionHandler::handler_stack_->size() -
+ ++ExceptionHandler::handler_stack_index_);
+
+ // In case another exception occurs while this handler is doing its thing,
+ // it should be delivered to the previous filter.
+ SetUnhandledExceptionFilter(handler_->previous_filter_);
+#if _MSC_VER >= 1400 // MSVC 2005/8
+ _set_invalid_parameter_handler(handler_->previous_iph_);
+#endif // _MSC_VER >= 1400
+ _set_purecall_handler(handler_->previous_pch_);
+ }
+
+ ~AutoExceptionHandler() {
+ // Put things back the way they were before entering this handler.
+ SetUnhandledExceptionFilter(ExceptionHandler::HandleException);
+#if _MSC_VER >= 1400 // MSVC 2005/8
+ _set_invalid_parameter_handler(ExceptionHandler::HandleInvalidParameter);
+#endif // _MSC_VER >= 1400
+ _set_purecall_handler(ExceptionHandler::HandlePureVirtualCall);
+
+ --ExceptionHandler::handler_stack_index_;
+ LeaveCriticalSection(&ExceptionHandler::handler_stack_critical_section_);
+ }
+
+ ExceptionHandler* get_handler() const { return handler_; }
+
+ private:
+ ExceptionHandler* handler_;
+};
+
+// static
+LONG ExceptionHandler::HandleException(EXCEPTION_POINTERS* exinfo) {
+ AutoExceptionHandler auto_exception_handler;
+ ExceptionHandler* current_handler = auto_exception_handler.get_handler();
+
+ // Ignore EXCEPTION_BREAKPOINT and EXCEPTION_SINGLE_STEP exceptions. This
+ // logic will short-circuit before calling WriteMinidumpOnHandlerThread,
+ // allowing something else to handle the breakpoint without incurring the
+ // overhead transitioning to and from the handler thread. This behavior
+ // can be overridden by calling ExceptionHandler::set_handle_debug_exceptions.
+ DWORD code = exinfo->ExceptionRecord->ExceptionCode;
+ LONG action;
+ bool is_debug_exception = (code == EXCEPTION_BREAKPOINT) ||
+ (code == EXCEPTION_SINGLE_STEP);
+
+ bool success = false;
+
+ if (!is_debug_exception ||
+ current_handler->get_handle_debug_exceptions()) {
+ // If out-of-proc crash handler client is available, we have to use that
+ // to generate dump and we cannot fall back on in-proc dump generation
+ // because we never prepared for an in-proc dump generation
+
+ // In case of out-of-process dump generation, directly call
+ // WriteMinidumpWithException since there is no separate thread running.
+ if (current_handler->IsOutOfProcess()) {
+ success = current_handler->WriteMinidumpWithException(
+ GetCurrentThreadId(),
+ exinfo,
+ NULL);
+ } else {
+ success = current_handler->WriteMinidumpOnHandlerThread(exinfo, NULL);
+ }
+ }
+
+ // The handler fully handled the exception. Returning
+ // EXCEPTION_EXECUTE_HANDLER indicates this to the system, and usually
+ // results in the application being terminated.
+ //
+ // Note: If the application was launched from within the Cygwin
+ // environment, returning EXCEPTION_EXECUTE_HANDLER seems to cause the
+ // application to be restarted.
+ if (success) {
+ action = EXCEPTION_EXECUTE_HANDLER;
+ } else {
+ // There was an exception, it was a breakpoint or something else ignored
+ // above, or it was passed to the handler, which decided not to handle it.
+ // This could be because the filter callback didn't want it, because
+ // minidump writing failed for some reason, or because the post-minidump
+ // callback function indicated failure. Give the previous handler a
+ // chance to do something with the exception. If there is no previous
+ // handler, return EXCEPTION_CONTINUE_SEARCH, which will allow a debugger
+ // or native "crashed" dialog to handle the exception.
+ if (current_handler->previous_filter_) {
+ action = current_handler->previous_filter_(exinfo);
+ } else {
+ action = EXCEPTION_CONTINUE_SEARCH;
+ }
+ }
+
+ return action;
+}
+
+#if _MSC_VER >= 1400 // MSVC 2005/8
+// static
+void ExceptionHandler::HandleInvalidParameter(const wchar_t* expression,
+ const wchar_t* function,
+ const wchar_t* file,
+ unsigned int line,
+ uintptr_t reserved) {
+ // This is an invalid parameter, not an exception. It's safe to play with
+ // sprintf here.
+ AutoExceptionHandler auto_exception_handler;
+ ExceptionHandler* current_handler = auto_exception_handler.get_handler();
+
+ MDRawAssertionInfo assertion;
+ memset(&assertion, 0, sizeof(assertion));
+ _snwprintf_s(reinterpret_cast<wchar_t*>(assertion.expression),
+ sizeof(assertion.expression) / sizeof(assertion.expression[0]),
+ _TRUNCATE, L"%s", expression);
+ _snwprintf_s(reinterpret_cast<wchar_t*>(assertion.function),
+ sizeof(assertion.function) / sizeof(assertion.function[0]),
+ _TRUNCATE, L"%s", function);
+ _snwprintf_s(reinterpret_cast<wchar_t*>(assertion.file),
+ sizeof(assertion.file) / sizeof(assertion.file[0]),
+ _TRUNCATE, L"%s", file);
+ assertion.line = line;
+ assertion.type = MD_ASSERTION_INFO_TYPE_INVALID_PARAMETER;
+
+ // Make up an exception record for the current thread and CPU context
+ // to make it possible for the crash processor to classify these
+ // as do regular crashes, and to make it humane for developers to
+ // analyze them.
+ EXCEPTION_RECORD exception_record = {};
+ CONTEXT exception_context = {};
+ EXCEPTION_POINTERS exception_ptrs = { &exception_record, &exception_context };
+
+ ::RtlCaptureContext(&exception_context);
+
+ exception_record.ExceptionCode = STATUS_INVALID_PARAMETER;
+
+ // We store pointers to the the expression and function strings,
+ // and the line as exception parameters to make them easy to
+ // access by the developer on the far side.
+ exception_record.NumberParameters = 3;
+ exception_record.ExceptionInformation[0] =
+ reinterpret_cast<ULONG_PTR>(&assertion.expression);
+ exception_record.ExceptionInformation[1] =
+ reinterpret_cast<ULONG_PTR>(&assertion.file);
+ exception_record.ExceptionInformation[2] = assertion.line;
+
+ bool success = false;
+ // In case of out-of-process dump generation, directly call
+ // WriteMinidumpWithException since there is no separate thread running.
+ if (current_handler->IsOutOfProcess()) {
+ success = current_handler->WriteMinidumpWithException(
+ GetCurrentThreadId(),
+ &exception_ptrs,
+ &assertion);
+ } else {
+ success = current_handler->WriteMinidumpOnHandlerThread(&exception_ptrs,
+ &assertion);
+ }
+
+ if (!success) {
+ if (current_handler->previous_iph_) {
+ // The handler didn't fully handle the exception. Give it to the
+ // previous invalid parameter handler.
+ current_handler->previous_iph_(expression,
+ function,
+ file,
+ line,
+ reserved);
+ } else {
+ // If there's no previous handler, pass the exception back in to the
+ // invalid parameter handler's core. That's the routine that called this
+ // function, but now, since this function is no longer registered (and in
+ // fact, no function at all is registered), this will result in the
+ // default code path being taken: _CRT_DEBUGGER_HOOK and _invoke_watson.
+ // Use _invalid_parameter where it exists (in _DEBUG builds) as it passes
+ // more information through. In non-debug builds, it is not available,
+ // so fall back to using _invalid_parameter_noinfo. See invarg.c in the
+ // CRT source.
+#ifdef _DEBUG
+ _invalid_parameter(expression, function, file, line, reserved);
+#else // _DEBUG
+ _invalid_parameter_noinfo();
+#endif // _DEBUG
+ }
+ }
+
+ // The handler either took care of the invalid parameter problem itself,
+ // or passed it on to another handler. "Swallow" it by exiting, paralleling
+ // the behavior of "swallowing" exceptions.
+ exit(0);
+}
+#endif // _MSC_VER >= 1400
+
+// static
+void ExceptionHandler::HandlePureVirtualCall() {
+ // This is an pure virtual function call, not an exception. It's safe to
+ // play with sprintf here.
+ AutoExceptionHandler auto_exception_handler;
+ ExceptionHandler* current_handler = auto_exception_handler.get_handler();
+
+ MDRawAssertionInfo assertion;
+ memset(&assertion, 0, sizeof(assertion));
+ assertion.type = MD_ASSERTION_INFO_TYPE_PURE_VIRTUAL_CALL;
+
+ // Make up an exception record for the current thread and CPU context
+ // to make it possible for the crash processor to classify these
+ // as do regular crashes, and to make it humane for developers to
+ // analyze them.
+ EXCEPTION_RECORD exception_record = {};
+ CONTEXT exception_context = {};
+ EXCEPTION_POINTERS exception_ptrs = { &exception_record, &exception_context };
+
+ ::RtlCaptureContext(&exception_context);
+
+ exception_record.ExceptionCode = STATUS_NONCONTINUABLE_EXCEPTION;
+
+ // We store pointers to the the expression and function strings,
+ // and the line as exception parameters to make them easy to
+ // access by the developer on the far side.
+ exception_record.NumberParameters = 3;
+ exception_record.ExceptionInformation[0] =
+ reinterpret_cast<ULONG_PTR>(&assertion.expression);
+ exception_record.ExceptionInformation[1] =
+ reinterpret_cast<ULONG_PTR>(&assertion.file);
+ exception_record.ExceptionInformation[2] = assertion.line;
+
+ bool success = false;
+ // In case of out-of-process dump generation, directly call
+ // WriteMinidumpWithException since there is no separate thread running.
+
+ if (current_handler->IsOutOfProcess()) {
+ success = current_handler->WriteMinidumpWithException(
+ GetCurrentThreadId(),
+ &exception_ptrs,
+ &assertion);
+ } else {
+ success = current_handler->WriteMinidumpOnHandlerThread(&exception_ptrs,
+ &assertion);
+ }
+
+ if (!success) {
+ if (current_handler->previous_pch_) {
+ // The handler didn't fully handle the exception. Give it to the
+ // previous purecall handler.
+ current_handler->previous_pch_();
+ } else {
+ // If there's no previous handler, return and let _purecall handle it.
+ // This will just put up an assertion dialog.
+ return;
+ }
+ }
+
+ // The handler either took care of the invalid parameter problem itself,
+ // or passed it on to another handler. "Swallow" it by exiting, paralleling
+ // the behavior of "swallowing" exceptions.
+ exit(0);
+}
+
+bool ExceptionHandler::WriteMinidumpOnHandlerThread(
+ EXCEPTION_POINTERS* exinfo, MDRawAssertionInfo* assertion) {
+ EnterCriticalSection(&handler_critical_section_);
+
+ // There isn't much we can do if the handler thread
+ // was not successfully created.
+ if (handler_thread_ == NULL) {
+ LeaveCriticalSection(&handler_critical_section_);
+ return false;
+ }
+
+ // The handler thread should only be created when the semaphores are valid.
+ assert(handler_start_semaphore_ != NULL);
+ assert(handler_finish_semaphore_ != NULL);
+
+ // Set up data to be passed in to the handler thread.
+ requesting_thread_id_ = GetCurrentThreadId();
+ exception_info_ = exinfo;
+ assertion_ = assertion;
+
+ // This causes the handler thread to call WriteMinidumpWithException.
+ ReleaseSemaphore(handler_start_semaphore_, 1, NULL);
+
+ // Wait until WriteMinidumpWithException is done and collect its return value.
+ WaitForSingleObject(handler_finish_semaphore_, INFINITE);
+ bool status = handler_return_value_;
+
+ // Clean up.
+ requesting_thread_id_ = 0;
+ exception_info_ = NULL;
+ assertion_ = NULL;
+
+ LeaveCriticalSection(&handler_critical_section_);
+
+ return status;
+}
+
+bool ExceptionHandler::WriteMinidump() {
+ // Make up an exception record for the current thread and CPU context
+ // to make it possible for the crash processor to classify these
+ // as do regular crashes, and to make it humane for developers to
+ // analyze them.
+ EXCEPTION_RECORD exception_record = {};
+ CONTEXT exception_context = {};
+ EXCEPTION_POINTERS exception_ptrs = { &exception_record, &exception_context };
+
+ ::RtlCaptureContext(&exception_context);
+ exception_record.ExceptionCode = STATUS_NONCONTINUABLE_EXCEPTION;
+
+ return WriteMinidumpForException(&exception_ptrs);
+}
+
+bool ExceptionHandler::WriteMinidumpForException(EXCEPTION_POINTERS* exinfo) {
+ // In case of out-of-process dump generation, directly call
+ // WriteMinidumpWithException since there is no separate thread running.
+ if (IsOutOfProcess()) {
+ return WriteMinidumpWithException(GetCurrentThreadId(),
+ exinfo,
+ NULL);
+ }
+
+ bool success = WriteMinidumpOnHandlerThread(exinfo, NULL);
+ UpdateNextID();
+ return success;
+}
+
+// static
+bool ExceptionHandler::WriteMinidump(const wstring &dump_path,
+ MinidumpCallback callback,
+ void* callback_context) {
+ ExceptionHandler handler(dump_path, NULL, callback, callback_context,
+ HANDLER_NONE);
+ return handler.WriteMinidump();
+}
+
+bool ExceptionHandler::WriteMinidumpWithException(
+ DWORD requesting_thread_id,
+ EXCEPTION_POINTERS* exinfo,
+ MDRawAssertionInfo* assertion) {
+ // Give user code a chance to approve or prevent writing a minidump. If the
+ // filter returns false, don't handle the exception at all. If this method
+ // was called as a result of an exception, returning false will cause
+ // HandleException to call any previous handler or return
+ // EXCEPTION_CONTINUE_SEARCH on the exception thread, allowing it to appear
+ // as though this handler were not present at all.
+ if (filter_ && !filter_(callback_context_, exinfo, assertion)) {
+ return false;
+ }
+
+ bool success = false;
+ if (IsOutOfProcess()) {
+ success = crash_generation_client_->RequestDump(exinfo, assertion);
+ } else {
+ if (minidump_write_dump_) {
+ HANDLE dump_file = CreateFile(next_minidump_path_c_,
+ GENERIC_WRITE,
+ 0, // no sharing
+ NULL,
+ CREATE_NEW, // fail if exists
+ FILE_ATTRIBUTE_NORMAL,
+ NULL);
+ if (dump_file != INVALID_HANDLE_VALUE) {
+ MINIDUMP_EXCEPTION_INFORMATION except_info;
+ except_info.ThreadId = requesting_thread_id;
+ except_info.ExceptionPointers = exinfo;
+ except_info.ClientPointers = FALSE;
+
+ // Add an MDRawBreakpadInfo stream to the minidump, to provide
+ // additional information about the exception handler to the Breakpad
+ // processor. The information will help the processor determine which
+ // threads are relevant. The Breakpad processor does not require this
+ // information but can function better with Breakpad-generated dumps
+ // when it is present. The native debugger is not harmed by the
+ // presence of this information.
+ MDRawBreakpadInfo breakpad_info;
+ breakpad_info.validity = MD_BREAKPAD_INFO_VALID_DUMP_THREAD_ID |
+ MD_BREAKPAD_INFO_VALID_REQUESTING_THREAD_ID;
+ breakpad_info.dump_thread_id = GetCurrentThreadId();
+ breakpad_info.requesting_thread_id = requesting_thread_id;
+
+ // Leave room in user_stream_array for a possible assertion info stream.
+ MINIDUMP_USER_STREAM user_stream_array[2];
+ user_stream_array[0].Type = MD_BREAKPAD_INFO_STREAM;
+ user_stream_array[0].BufferSize = sizeof(breakpad_info);
+ user_stream_array[0].Buffer = &breakpad_info;
+
+ MINIDUMP_USER_STREAM_INFORMATION user_streams;
+ user_streams.UserStreamCount = 1;
+ user_streams.UserStreamArray = user_stream_array;
+
+ if (assertion) {
+ user_stream_array[1].Type = MD_ASSERTION_INFO_STREAM;
+ user_stream_array[1].BufferSize = sizeof(MDRawAssertionInfo);
+ user_stream_array[1].Buffer = assertion;
+ ++user_streams.UserStreamCount;
+ }
+
+ MINIDUMP_CALLBACK_INFORMATION callback;
+ MinidumpCallbackContext context;
+ MINIDUMP_CALLBACK_INFORMATION* callback_pointer = NULL;
+ // Older versions of DbgHelp.dll don't correctly put the memory around
+ // the faulting instruction pointer into the minidump. This
+ // callback will ensure that it gets included.
+ if (exinfo) {
+ // Find a memory region of 256 bytes centered on the
+ // faulting instruction pointer.
+ const ULONG64 instruction_pointer =
+#if defined(_M_IX86)
+ exinfo->ContextRecord->Eip;
+#elif defined(_M_AMD64)
+ exinfo->ContextRecord->Rip;
+#else
+#error Unsupported platform
+#endif
+
+ MEMORY_BASIC_INFORMATION info;
+ if (VirtualQuery(reinterpret_cast<LPCVOID>(instruction_pointer),
+ &info,
+ sizeof(MEMORY_BASIC_INFORMATION)) != 0 &&
+ info.State == MEM_COMMIT) {
+ // Attempt to get 128 bytes before and after the instruction
+ // pointer, but settle for whatever's available up to the
+ // boundaries of the memory region.
+ const ULONG64 kIPMemorySize = 256;
+ context.memory_base =
+ (std::max)(reinterpret_cast<ULONG64>(info.BaseAddress),
+ instruction_pointer - (kIPMemorySize / 2));
+ ULONG64 end_of_range =
+ (std::min)(instruction_pointer + (kIPMemorySize / 2),
+ reinterpret_cast<ULONG64>(info.BaseAddress)
+ + info.RegionSize);
+ context.memory_size =
+ static_cast<ULONG>(end_of_range - context.memory_base);
+
+ context.finished = false;
+ callback.CallbackRoutine = MinidumpWriteDumpCallback;
+ callback.CallbackParam = reinterpret_cast<void*>(&context);
+ callback_pointer = &callback;
+ }
+ }
+
+ // The explicit comparison to TRUE avoids a warning (C4800).
+ success = (minidump_write_dump_(GetCurrentProcess(),
+ GetCurrentProcessId(),
+ dump_file,
+ dump_type_,
+ exinfo ? &except_info : NULL,
+ &user_streams,
+ callback_pointer) == TRUE);
+
+ CloseHandle(dump_file);
+ }
+ }
+ }
+
+ if (callback_) {
+ // TODO(munjal): In case of out-of-process dump generation, both
+ // dump_path_c_ and next_minidump_id_ will be NULL. For out-of-process
+ // scenario, the server process ends up creating the dump path and dump
+ // id so they are not known to the client.
+ success = callback_(dump_path_c_, next_minidump_id_c_, callback_context_,
+ exinfo, assertion, success);
+ }
+
+ return success;
+}
+
+// static
+BOOL CALLBACK ExceptionHandler::MinidumpWriteDumpCallback(
+ PVOID context,
+ const PMINIDUMP_CALLBACK_INPUT callback_input,
+ PMINIDUMP_CALLBACK_OUTPUT callback_output) {
+ switch (callback_input->CallbackType) {
+ case MemoryCallback: {
+ MinidumpCallbackContext* callback_context =
+ reinterpret_cast<MinidumpCallbackContext*>(context);
+ if (callback_context->finished)
+ return FALSE;
+
+ // Include the specified memory region.
+ callback_output->MemoryBase = callback_context->memory_base;
+ callback_output->MemorySize = callback_context->memory_size;
+ callback_context->finished = true;
+ return TRUE;
+ }
+
+ // Include all modules.
+ case IncludeModuleCallback:
+ case ModuleCallback:
+ return TRUE;
+
+ // Include all threads.
+ case IncludeThreadCallback:
+ case ThreadCallback:
+ return TRUE;
+
+ // Stop receiving cancel callbacks.
+ case CancelCallback:
+ callback_output->CheckCancel = FALSE;
+ callback_output->Cancel = FALSE;
+ return TRUE;
+ }
+ // Ignore other callback types.
+ return FALSE;
+}
+
+void ExceptionHandler::UpdateNextID() {
+ assert(uuid_create_);
+ UUID id = {0};
+ if (uuid_create_) {
+ uuid_create_(&id);
+ }
+ next_minidump_id_ = GUIDString::GUIDToWString(&id);
+ next_minidump_id_c_ = next_minidump_id_.c_str();
+
+ wchar_t minidump_path[MAX_PATH];
+ swprintf(minidump_path, MAX_PATH, L"%s\\%s.dmp",
+ dump_path_c_, next_minidump_id_c_);
+
+ // remove when VC++7.1 is no longer supported
+ minidump_path[MAX_PATH - 1] = L'\0';
+
+ next_minidump_path_ = minidump_path;
+ next_minidump_path_c_ = next_minidump_path_.c_str();
+}
+
+} // namespace google_breakpad
diff --git a/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/client/windows/handler/exception_handler.h b/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/client/windows/handler/exception_handler.h
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..09f5177
--- /dev/null
+++ b/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/client/windows/handler/exception_handler.h
@@ -0,0 +1,437 @@
+// Copyright (c) 2006, Google Inc.
+// All rights reserved.
+//
+// Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
+// modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are
+// met:
+//
+// * Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright
+// notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
+// * Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above
+// copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer
+// in the documentation and/or other materials provided with the
+// distribution.
+// * Neither the name of Google Inc. nor the names of its
+// contributors may be used to endorse or promote products derived from
+// this software without specific prior written permission.
+//
+// THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS AND CONTRIBUTORS
+// "AS IS" AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT
+// LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR
+// A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE COPYRIGHT
+// OWNER OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL,
+// SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT
+// LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE,
+// DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY
+// THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT
+// (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE
+// OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
+
+// ExceptionHandler can write a minidump file when an exception occurs,
+// or when WriteMinidump() is called explicitly by your program.
+//
+// To have the exception handler write minidumps when an uncaught exception
+// (crash) occurs, you should create an instance early in the execution
+// of your program, and keep it around for the entire time you want to
+// have crash handling active (typically, until shutdown).
+//
+// If you want to write minidumps without installing the exception handler,
+// you can create an ExceptionHandler with install_handler set to false,
+// then call WriteMinidump. You can also use this technique if you want to
+// use different minidump callbacks for different call sites.
+//
+// In either case, a callback function is called when a minidump is written,
+// which receives the unqiue id of the minidump. The caller can use this
+// id to collect and write additional application state, and to launch an
+// external crash-reporting application.
+//
+// It is important that creation and destruction of ExceptionHandler objects
+// be nested cleanly, when using install_handler = true.
+// Avoid the following pattern:
+// ExceptionHandler *e = new ExceptionHandler(...);
+// ExceptionHandler *f = new ExceptionHandler(...);
+// delete e;
+// This will put the exception filter stack into an inconsistent state.
+
+#ifndef CLIENT_WINDOWS_HANDLER_EXCEPTION_HANDLER_H__
+#define CLIENT_WINDOWS_HANDLER_EXCEPTION_HANDLER_H__
+
+#include <stdlib.h>
+#include <Windows.h>
+#include <DbgHelp.h>
+#include <rpc.h>
+
+#pragma warning( push )
+// Disable exception handler warnings.
+#pragma warning( disable : 4530 )
+
+#include <string>
+#include <vector>
+
+#include "client/windows/common/ipc_protocol.h"
+#include "client/windows/crash_generation/crash_generation_client.h"
+#include "google_breakpad/common/minidump_format.h"
+#include "processor/scoped_ptr.h"
+
+namespace google_breakpad {
+
+using std::vector;
+using std::wstring;
+
+class ExceptionHandler {
+ public:
+ // A callback function to run before Breakpad performs any substantial
+ // processing of an exception. A FilterCallback is called before writing
+ // a minidump. context is the parameter supplied by the user as
+ // callback_context when the handler was created. exinfo points to the
+ // exception record, if any; assertion points to assertion information,
+ // if any.
+ //
+ // If a FilterCallback returns true, Breakpad will continue processing,
+ // attempting to write a minidump. If a FilterCallback returns false,
+ // Breakpad will immediately report the exception as unhandled without
+ // writing a minidump, allowing another handler the opportunity to handle it.
+ typedef bool (*FilterCallback)(void* context, EXCEPTION_POINTERS* exinfo,
+ MDRawAssertionInfo* assertion);
+
+ // A callback function to run after the minidump has been written.
+ // minidump_id is a unique id for the dump, so the minidump
+ // file is <dump_path>\<minidump_id>.dmp. context is the parameter supplied
+ // by the user as callback_context when the handler was created. exinfo
+ // points to the exception record, or NULL if no exception occurred.
+ // succeeded indicates whether a minidump file was successfully written.
+ // assertion points to information about an assertion if the handler was
+ // invoked by an assertion.
+ //
+ // If an exception occurred and the callback returns true, Breakpad will treat
+ // the exception as fully-handled, suppressing any other handlers from being
+ // notified of the exception. If the callback returns false, Breakpad will
+ // treat the exception as unhandled, and allow another handler to handle it.
+ // If there are no other handlers, Breakpad will report the exception to the
+ // system as unhandled, allowing a debugger or native crash dialog the
+ // opportunity to handle the exception. Most callback implementations
+ // should normally return the value of |succeeded|, or when they wish to
+ // not report an exception of handled, false. Callbacks will rarely want to
+ // return true directly (unless |succeeded| is true).
+ //
+ // For out-of-process dump generation, dump path and minidump ID will always
+ // be NULL. In case of out-of-process dump generation, the dump path and
+ // minidump id are controlled by the server process and are not communicated
+ // back to the crashing process.
+ typedef bool (*MinidumpCallback)(const wchar_t* dump_path,
+ const wchar_t* minidump_id,
+ void* context,
+ EXCEPTION_POINTERS* exinfo,
+ MDRawAssertionInfo* assertion,
+ bool succeeded);
+
+ // HandlerType specifies which types of handlers should be installed, if
+ // any. Use HANDLER_NONE for an ExceptionHandler that remains idle,
+ // without catching any failures on its own. This type of handler may
+ // still be triggered by calling WriteMinidump. Otherwise, use a
+ // combination of the other HANDLER_ values, or HANDLER_ALL to install
+ // all handlers.
+ enum HandlerType {
+ HANDLER_NONE = 0,
+ HANDLER_EXCEPTION = 1 << 0, // SetUnhandledExceptionFilter
+ HANDLER_INVALID_PARAMETER = 1 << 1, // _set_invalid_parameter_handler
+ HANDLER_PURECALL = 1 << 2, // _set_purecall_handler
+ HANDLER_ALL = HANDLER_EXCEPTION |
+ HANDLER_INVALID_PARAMETER |
+ HANDLER_PURECALL
+ };
+
+ // Creates a new ExceptionHandler instance to handle writing minidumps.
+ // Before writing a minidump, the optional filter callback will be called.
+ // Its return value determines whether or not Breakpad should write a
+ // minidump. Minidump files will be written to dump_path, and the optional
+ // callback is called after writing the dump file, as described above.
+ // handler_types specifies the types of handlers that should be installed.
+ ExceptionHandler(const wstring& dump_path,
+ FilterCallback filter,
+ MinidumpCallback callback,
+ void* callback_context,
+ int handler_types);
+
+ // Creates a new ExceptionHandler instance that can attempt to perform
+ // out-of-process dump generation if pipe_name is not NULL. If pipe_name is
+ // NULL, or if out-of-process dump generation registration step fails,
+ // in-process dump generation will be used. This also allows specifying
+ // the dump type to generate.
+ ExceptionHandler(const wstring& dump_path,
+ FilterCallback filter,
+ MinidumpCallback callback,
+ void* callback_context,
+ int handler_types,
+ MINIDUMP_TYPE dump_type,
+ const wchar_t* pipe_name,
+ const CustomClientInfo* custom_info);
+
+ // As above, creates a new ExceptionHandler instance to perform
+ // out-of-process dump generation if the given pipe_handle is not NULL.
+ ExceptionHandler(const wstring& dump_path,
+ FilterCallback filter,
+ MinidumpCallback callback,
+ void* callback_context,
+ int handler_types,
+ MINIDUMP_TYPE dump_type,
+ HANDLE pipe_handle,
+ const CustomClientInfo* custom_info);
+
+ ~ExceptionHandler();
+
+ // Get and set the minidump path.
+ wstring dump_path() const { return dump_path_; }
+ void set_dump_path(const wstring &dump_path) {
+ dump_path_ = dump_path;
+ dump_path_c_ = dump_path_.c_str();
+ UpdateNextID(); // Necessary to put dump_path_ in next_minidump_path_.
+ }
+
+ // Requests that a previously reported crash be uploaded.
+ bool RequestUpload(DWORD crash_id);
+
+ // Writes a minidump immediately. This can be used to capture the
+ // execution state independently of a crash. Returns true on success.
+ bool WriteMinidump();
+
+ // Writes a minidump immediately, with the user-supplied exception
+ // information.
+ bool WriteMinidumpForException(EXCEPTION_POINTERS* exinfo);
+
+ // Convenience form of WriteMinidump which does not require an
+ // ExceptionHandler instance.
+ static bool WriteMinidump(const wstring &dump_path,
+ MinidumpCallback callback, void* callback_context);
+
+ // Get the thread ID of the thread requesting the dump (either the exception
+ // thread or any other thread that called WriteMinidump directly). This
+ // may be useful if you want to include additional thread state in your
+ // dumps.
+ DWORD get_requesting_thread_id() const { return requesting_thread_id_; }
+
+ // Controls behavior of EXCEPTION_BREAKPOINT and EXCEPTION_SINGLE_STEP.
+ bool get_handle_debug_exceptions() const { return handle_debug_exceptions_; }
+ void set_handle_debug_exceptions(bool handle_debug_exceptions) {
+ handle_debug_exceptions_ = handle_debug_exceptions;
+ }
+
+ // Returns whether out-of-process dump generation is used or not.
+ bool IsOutOfProcess() const { return crash_generation_client_.get() != NULL; }
+
+ private:
+ friend class AutoExceptionHandler;
+
+ // Initializes the instance with given values.
+ void Initialize(const wstring& dump_path,
+ FilterCallback filter,
+ MinidumpCallback callback,
+ void* callback_context,
+ int handler_types,
+ MINIDUMP_TYPE dump_type,
+ const wchar_t* pipe_name,
+ HANDLE pipe_handle,
+ const CustomClientInfo* custom_info);
+
+ // Function pointer type for MiniDumpWriteDump, which is looked up
+ // dynamically.
+ typedef BOOL (WINAPI *MiniDumpWriteDump_type)(
+ HANDLE hProcess,
+ DWORD dwPid,
+ HANDLE hFile,
+ MINIDUMP_TYPE DumpType,
+ CONST PMINIDUMP_EXCEPTION_INFORMATION ExceptionParam,
+ CONST PMINIDUMP_USER_STREAM_INFORMATION UserStreamParam,
+ CONST PMINIDUMP_CALLBACK_INFORMATION CallbackParam);
+
+ // Function pointer type for UuidCreate, which is looked up dynamically.
+ typedef RPC_STATUS (RPC_ENTRY *UuidCreate_type)(UUID* Uuid);
+
+ // Runs the main loop for the exception handler thread.
+ static DWORD WINAPI ExceptionHandlerThreadMain(void* lpParameter);
+
+ // Called on the exception thread when an unhandled exception occurs.
+ // Signals the exception handler thread to handle the exception.
+ static LONG WINAPI HandleException(EXCEPTION_POINTERS* exinfo);
+
+#if _MSC_VER >= 1400 // MSVC 2005/8
+ // This function will be called by some CRT functions when they detect
+ // that they were passed an invalid parameter. Note that in _DEBUG builds,
+ // the CRT may display an assertion dialog before calling this function,
+ // and the function will not be called unless the assertion dialog is
+ // dismissed by clicking "Ignore."
+ static void HandleInvalidParameter(const wchar_t* expression,
+ const wchar_t* function,
+ const wchar_t* file,
+ unsigned int line,
+ uintptr_t reserved);
+#endif // _MSC_VER >= 1400
+
+ // This function will be called by the CRT when a pure virtual
+ // function is called.
+ static void HandlePureVirtualCall();
+
+ // This is called on the exception thread or on another thread that
+ // the user wishes to produce a dump from. It calls
+ // WriteMinidumpWithException on the handler thread, avoiding stack
+ // overflows and inconsistent dumps due to writing the dump from
+ // the exception thread. If the dump is requested as a result of an
+ // exception, exinfo contains exception information, otherwise, it
+ // is NULL. If the dump is requested as a result of an assertion
+ // (such as an invalid parameter being passed to a CRT function),
+ // assertion contains data about the assertion, otherwise, it is NULL.
+ bool WriteMinidumpOnHandlerThread(EXCEPTION_POINTERS* exinfo,
+ MDRawAssertionInfo* assertion);
+
+ // This function does the actual writing of a minidump. It is called
+ // on the handler thread. requesting_thread_id is the ID of the thread
+ // that requested the dump. If the dump is requested as a result of
+ // an exception, exinfo contains exception information, otherwise,
+ // it is NULL.
+ bool WriteMinidumpWithException(DWORD requesting_thread_id,
+ EXCEPTION_POINTERS* exinfo,
+ MDRawAssertionInfo* assertion);
+
+ // This function is used as a callback when calling MinidumpWriteDump,
+ // in order to add additional memory regions to the dump.
+ static BOOL CALLBACK MinidumpWriteDumpCallback(
+ PVOID context,
+ const PMINIDUMP_CALLBACK_INPUT callback_input,
+ PMINIDUMP_CALLBACK_OUTPUT callback_output);
+
+ // Generates a new ID and stores it in next_minidump_id_, and stores the
+ // path of the next minidump to be written in next_minidump_path_.
+ void UpdateNextID();
+
+ FilterCallback filter_;
+ MinidumpCallback callback_;
+ void* callback_context_;
+
+ scoped_ptr<CrashGenerationClient> crash_generation_client_;
+
+ // The directory in which a minidump will be written, set by the dump_path
+ // argument to the constructor, or set_dump_path.
+ wstring dump_path_;
+
+ // The basename of the next minidump to be written, without the extension.
+ wstring next_minidump_id_;
+
+ // The full pathname of the next minidump to be written, including the file
+ // extension.
+ wstring next_minidump_path_;
+
+ // Pointers to C-string representations of the above. These are set when
+ // the above wstring versions are set in order to avoid calling c_str during
+ // an exception, as c_str may attempt to allocate heap memory. These
+ // pointers are not owned by the ExceptionHandler object, but their lifetimes
+ // should be equivalent to the lifetimes of the associated wstring, provided
+ // that the wstrings are not altered.
+ const wchar_t* dump_path_c_;
+ const wchar_t* next_minidump_id_c_;
+ const wchar_t* next_minidump_path_c_;
+
+ HMODULE dbghelp_module_;
+ MiniDumpWriteDump_type minidump_write_dump_;
+ MINIDUMP_TYPE dump_type_;
+
+ HMODULE rpcrt4_module_;
+ UuidCreate_type uuid_create_;
+
+ // Tracks the handler types that were installed according to the
+ // handler_types constructor argument.
+ int handler_types_;
+
+ // When installed_handler_ is true, previous_filter_ is the unhandled
+ // exception filter that was set prior to installing ExceptionHandler as
+ // the unhandled exception filter and pointing it to |this|. NULL indicates
+ // that there is no previous unhandled exception filter.
+ LPTOP_LEVEL_EXCEPTION_FILTER previous_filter_;
+
+#if _MSC_VER >= 1400 // MSVC 2005/8
+ // Beginning in VC 8, the CRT provides an invalid parameter handler that will
+ // be called when some CRT functions are passed invalid parameters. In
+ // earlier CRTs, the same conditions would cause unexpected behavior or
+ // crashes.
+ _invalid_parameter_handler previous_iph_;
+#endif // _MSC_VER >= 1400
+
+ // The CRT allows you to override the default handler for pure
+ // virtual function calls.
+ _purecall_handler previous_pch_;
+
+ // The exception handler thread.
+ HANDLE handler_thread_;
+
+ // True if the exception handler is being destroyed.
+ // Starting with MSVC 2005, Visual C has stronger guarantees on volatile vars.
+ // It has release semantics on write and acquire semantics on reads.
+ // See the msdn documentation.
+ volatile bool is_shutdown_;
+
+ // The critical section enforcing the requirement that only one exception be
+ // handled by a handler at a time.
+ CRITICAL_SECTION handler_critical_section_;
+
+ // Semaphores used to move exception handling between the exception thread
+ // and the handler thread. handler_start_semaphore_ is signalled by the
+ // exception thread to wake up the handler thread when an exception occurs.
+ // handler_finish_semaphore_ is signalled by the handler thread to wake up
+ // the exception thread when handling is complete.
+ HANDLE handler_start_semaphore_;
+ HANDLE handler_finish_semaphore_;
+
+ // The next 2 fields contain data passed from the requesting thread to
+ // the handler thread.
+
+ // The thread ID of the thread requesting the dump (either the exception
+ // thread or any other thread that called WriteMinidump directly).
+ DWORD requesting_thread_id_;
+
+ // The exception info passed to the exception handler on the exception
+ // thread, if an exception occurred. NULL for user-requested dumps.
+ EXCEPTION_POINTERS* exception_info_;
+
+ // If the handler is invoked due to an assertion, this will contain a
+ // pointer to the assertion information. It is NULL at other times.
+ MDRawAssertionInfo* assertion_;
+
+ // The return value of the handler, passed from the handler thread back to
+ // the requesting thread.
+ bool handler_return_value_;
+
+ // If true, the handler will intercept EXCEPTION_BREAKPOINT and
+ // EXCEPTION_SINGLE_STEP exceptions. Leave this false (the default)
+ // to not interfere with debuggers.
+ bool handle_debug_exceptions_;
+
+ // A stack of ExceptionHandler objects that have installed unhandled
+ // exception filters. This vector is used by HandleException to determine
+ // which ExceptionHandler object to route an exception to. When an
+ // ExceptionHandler is created with install_handler true, it will append
+ // itself to this list.
+ static vector<ExceptionHandler*>* handler_stack_;
+
+ // The index of the ExceptionHandler in handler_stack_ that will handle the
+ // next exception. Note that 0 means the last entry in handler_stack_, 1
+ // means the next-to-last entry, and so on. This is used by HandleException
+ // to support multiple stacked Breakpad handlers.
+ static LONG handler_stack_index_;
+
+ // handler_stack_critical_section_ guards operations on handler_stack_ and
+ // handler_stack_index_. The critical section is initialized by the
+ // first instance of the class and destroyed by the last instance of it.
+ static CRITICAL_SECTION handler_stack_critical_section_;
+
+ // The number of instances of this class.
+ volatile static LONG instance_count_;
+
+ // disallow copy ctor and operator=
+ explicit ExceptionHandler(const ExceptionHandler &);
+ void operator=(const ExceptionHandler &);
+};
+
+} // namespace google_breakpad
+
+#pragma warning( pop )
+
+#endif // CLIENT_WINDOWS_HANDLER_EXCEPTION_HANDLER_H__
diff --git a/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/byte_cursor.h b/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/byte_cursor.h
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..accd54e
--- /dev/null
+++ b/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/byte_cursor.h
@@ -0,0 +1,265 @@
+// -*- mode: c++ -*-
+
+// Copyright (c) 2010, Google Inc.
+// All rights reserved.
+//
+// Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
+// modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are
+// met:
+//
+// * Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright
+// notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
+// * Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above
+// copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer
+// in the documentation and/or other materials provided with the
+// distribution.
+// * Neither the name of Google Inc. nor the names of its
+// contributors may be used to endorse or promote products derived from
+// this software without specific prior written permission.
+//
+// THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS AND CONTRIBUTORS
+// "AS IS" AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT
+// LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR
+// A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE COPYRIGHT
+// OWNER OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL,
+// SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT
+// LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE,
+// DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY
+// THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT
+// (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE
+// OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
+
+// Original author: Jim Blandy <jimb@mozilla.com> <jimb@red-bean.com>
+
+// byte_cursor.h: Classes for parsing values from a buffer of bytes.
+// The ByteCursor class provides a convenient interface for reading
+// fixed-size integers of arbitrary endianness, being thorough about
+// checking for buffer overruns.
+
+#ifndef COMMON_BYTE_CURSOR_H_
+#define COMMON_BYTE_CURSOR_H_
+
+#include <assert.h>
+#include <stdint.h>
+#include <stdlib.h>
+#include <string.h>
+#include <string>
+
+#include "common/using_std_string.h"
+
+namespace google_breakpad {
+
+// A buffer holding a series of bytes.
+struct ByteBuffer {
+ ByteBuffer() : start(0), end(0) { }
+ ByteBuffer(const uint8_t *set_start, size_t set_size)
+ : start(set_start), end(set_start + set_size) { }
+ ~ByteBuffer() { };
+
+ // Equality operators. Useful in unit tests, and when we're using
+ // ByteBuffers to refer to regions of a larger buffer.
+ bool operator==(const ByteBuffer &that) const {
+ return start == that.start && end == that.end;
+ }
+ bool operator!=(const ByteBuffer &that) const {
+ return start != that.start || end != that.end;
+ }
+
+ // Not C++ style guide compliant, but this definitely belongs here.
+ size_t Size() const {
+ assert(start <= end);
+ return end - start;
+ }
+
+ const uint8_t *start, *end;
+};
+
+// A cursor pointing into a ByteBuffer that can parse numbers of various
+// widths and representations, strings, and data blocks, advancing through
+// the buffer as it goes. All ByteCursor operations check that accesses
+// haven't gone beyond the end of the enclosing ByteBuffer.
+class ByteCursor {
+ public:
+ // Create a cursor reading bytes from the start of BUFFER. By default, the
+ // cursor reads multi-byte values in little-endian form.
+ ByteCursor(const ByteBuffer *buffer, bool big_endian = false)
+ : buffer_(buffer), here_(buffer->start),
+ big_endian_(big_endian), complete_(true) { }
+
+ // Accessor and setter for this cursor's endianness flag.
+ bool big_endian() const { return big_endian_; }
+ void set_big_endian(bool big_endian) { big_endian_ = big_endian; }
+
+ // Accessor and setter for this cursor's current position. The setter
+ // returns a reference to this cursor.
+ const uint8_t *here() const { return here_; }
+ ByteCursor &set_here(const uint8_t *here) {
+ assert(buffer_->start <= here && here <= buffer_->end);
+ here_ = here;
+ return *this;
+ }
+
+ // Return the number of bytes available to read at the cursor.
+ size_t Available() const { return size_t(buffer_->end - here_); }
+
+ // Return true if this cursor is at the end of its buffer.
+ bool AtEnd() const { return Available() == 0; }
+
+ // When used as a boolean value this cursor converts to true if all
+ // prior reads have been completed, or false if we ran off the end
+ // of the buffer.
+ operator bool() const { return complete_; }
+
+ // Read a SIZE-byte integer at this cursor, signed if IS_SIGNED is true,
+ // unsigned otherwise, using the cursor's established endianness, and set
+ // *RESULT to the number. If we read off the end of our buffer, clear
+ // this cursor's complete_ flag, and store a dummy value in *RESULT.
+ // Return a reference to this cursor.
+ template<typename T>
+ ByteCursor &Read(size_t size, bool is_signed, T *result) {
+ if (CheckAvailable(size)) {
+ T v = 0;
+ if (big_endian_) {
+ for (size_t i = 0; i < size; i++)
+ v = (v << 8) + here_[i];
+ } else {
+ // This loop condition looks weird, but size_t is unsigned, so
+ // decrementing i after it is zero yields the largest size_t value.
+ for (size_t i = size - 1; i < size; i--)
+ v = (v << 8) + here_[i];
+ }
+ if (is_signed && size < sizeof(T)) {
+ size_t sign_bit = (T)1 << (size * 8 - 1);
+ v = (v ^ sign_bit) - sign_bit;
+ }
+ here_ += size;
+ *result = v;
+ } else {
+ *result = (T) 0xdeadbeef;
+ }
+ return *this;
+ }
+
+ // Read an integer, using the cursor's established endianness and
+ // *RESULT's size and signedness, and set *RESULT to the number. If we
+ // read off the end of our buffer, clear this cursor's complete_ flag.
+ // Return a reference to this cursor.
+ template<typename T>
+ ByteCursor &operator>>(T &result) {
+ bool T_is_signed = (T)-1 < 0;
+ return Read(sizeof(T), T_is_signed, &result);
+ }
+
+ // Copy the SIZE bytes at the cursor to BUFFER, and advance this
+ // cursor to the end of them. If we read off the end of our buffer,
+ // clear this cursor's complete_ flag, and set *POINTER to NULL.
+ // Return a reference to this cursor.
+ ByteCursor &Read(uint8_t *buffer, size_t size) {
+ if (CheckAvailable(size)) {
+ memcpy(buffer, here_, size);
+ here_ += size;
+ }
+ return *this;
+ }
+
+ // Set STR to a copy of the '\0'-terminated string at the cursor. If the
+ // byte buffer does not contain a terminating zero, clear this cursor's
+ // complete_ flag, and set STR to the empty string. Return a reference to
+ // this cursor.
+ ByteCursor &CString(string *str) {
+ const uint8_t *end
+ = static_cast<const uint8_t *>(memchr(here_, '\0', Available()));
+ if (end) {
+ str->assign(reinterpret_cast<const char *>(here_), end - here_);
+ here_ = end + 1;
+ } else {
+ str->clear();
+ here_ = buffer_->end;
+ complete_ = false;
+ }
+ return *this;
+ }
+
+ // Like CString(STR), but extract the string from a fixed-width buffer
+ // LIMIT bytes long, which may or may not contain a terminating '\0'
+ // byte. Specifically:
+ //
+ // - If there are not LIMIT bytes available at the cursor, clear the
+ // cursor's complete_ flag and set STR to the empty string.
+ //
+ // - Otherwise, if the LIMIT bytes at the cursor contain any '\0'
+ // characters, set *STR to a copy of the bytes before the first '\0',
+ // and advance the cursor by LIMIT bytes.
+ //
+ // - Otherwise, set *STR to a copy of those LIMIT bytes, and advance the
+ // cursor by LIMIT bytes.
+ ByteCursor &CString(string *str, size_t limit) {
+ if (CheckAvailable(limit)) {
+ const uint8_t *end
+ = static_cast<const uint8_t *>(memchr(here_, '\0', limit));
+ if (end)
+ str->assign(reinterpret_cast<const char *>(here_), end - here_);
+ else
+ str->assign(reinterpret_cast<const char *>(here_), limit);
+ here_ += limit;
+ } else {
+ str->clear();
+ }
+ return *this;
+ }
+
+ // Set *POINTER to point to the SIZE bytes at the cursor, and advance
+ // this cursor to the end of them. If SIZE is omitted, don't move the
+ // cursor. If we read off the end of our buffer, clear this cursor's
+ // complete_ flag, and set *POINTER to NULL. Return a reference to this
+ // cursor.
+ ByteCursor &PointTo(const uint8_t **pointer, size_t size = 0) {
+ if (CheckAvailable(size)) {
+ *pointer = here_;
+ here_ += size;
+ } else {
+ *pointer = NULL;
+ }
+ return *this;
+ }
+
+ // Skip SIZE bytes at the cursor. If doing so would advance us off
+ // the end of our buffer, clear this cursor's complete_ flag, and
+ // set *POINTER to NULL. Return a reference to this cursor.
+ ByteCursor &Skip(size_t size) {
+ if (CheckAvailable(size))
+ here_ += size;
+ return *this;
+ }
+
+ private:
+ // If there are at least SIZE bytes available to read from the buffer,
+ // return true. Otherwise, set here_ to the end of the buffer, set
+ // complete_ to false, and return false.
+ bool CheckAvailable(size_t size) {
+ if (Available() >= size) {
+ return true;
+ } else {
+ here_ = buffer_->end;
+ complete_ = false;
+ return false;
+ }
+ }
+
+ // The buffer we're reading bytes from.
+ const ByteBuffer *buffer_;
+
+ // The next byte within buffer_ that we'll read.
+ const uint8_t *here_;
+
+ // True if we should read numbers in big-endian form; false if we
+ // should read in little-endian form.
+ bool big_endian_;
+
+ // True if we've been able to read all we've been asked to.
+ bool complete_;
+};
+
+} // namespace google_breakpad
+
+#endif // COMMON_BYTE_CURSOR_H_
diff --git a/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/convert_UTF.c b/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/convert_UTF.c
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..80178d3
--- /dev/null
+++ b/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/convert_UTF.c
@@ -0,0 +1,533 @@
+/*
+ * Copyright 2001-2004 Unicode, Inc.
+ *
+ * Disclaimer
+ *
+ * This source code is provided as is by Unicode, Inc. No claims are
+ * made as to fitness for any particular purpose. No warranties of any
+ * kind are expressed or implied. The recipient agrees to determine
+ * applicability of information provided. If this file has been
+ * purchased on magnetic or optical media from Unicode, Inc., the
+ * sole remedy for any claim will be exchange of defective media
+ * within 90 days of receipt.
+ *
+ * Limitations on Rights to Redistribute This Code
+ *
+ * Unicode, Inc. hereby grants the right to freely use the information
+ * supplied in this file in the creation of products supporting the
+ * Unicode Standard, and to make copies of this file in any form
+ * for internal or external distribution as long as this notice
+ * remains attached.
+ */
+
+/* ---------------------------------------------------------------------
+
+Conversions between UTF32, UTF-16, and UTF-8. Source code file.
+Author: Mark E. Davis, 1994.
+Rev History: Rick McGowan, fixes & updates May 2001.
+Sept 2001: fixed const & error conditions per
+mods suggested by S. Parent & A. Lillich.
+June 2002: Tim Dodd added detection and handling of incomplete
+source sequences, enhanced error detection, added casts
+to eliminate compiler warnings.
+July 2003: slight mods to back out aggressive FFFE detection.
+Jan 2004: updated switches in from-UTF8 conversions.
+Oct 2004: updated to use UNI_MAX_LEGAL_UTF32 in UTF-32 conversions.
+
+See the header file "ConvertUTF.h" for complete documentation.
+
+------------------------------------------------------------------------ */
+
+
+#include "convert_UTF.h"
+#ifdef CVTUTF_DEBUG
+#include <stdio.h>
+#endif
+
+static const int halfShift = 10; /* used for shifting by 10 bits */
+
+static const UTF32 halfBase = 0x0010000UL;
+static const UTF32 halfMask = 0x3FFUL;
+
+#define UNI_SUR_HIGH_START (UTF32)0xD800
+#define UNI_SUR_HIGH_END (UTF32)0xDBFF
+#define UNI_SUR_LOW_START (UTF32)0xDC00
+#define UNI_SUR_LOW_END (UTF32)0xDFFF
+#define false 0
+#define true 1
+
+/* --------------------------------------------------------------------- */
+
+ConversionResult ConvertUTF32toUTF16 (const UTF32** sourceStart, const UTF32* sourceEnd,
+ UTF16** targetStart, UTF16* targetEnd, ConversionFlags flags) {
+ ConversionResult result = conversionOK;
+ const UTF32* source = *sourceStart;
+ UTF16* target = *targetStart;
+ while (source < sourceEnd) {
+ UTF32 ch;
+ if (target >= targetEnd) {
+ result = targetExhausted; break;
+ }
+ ch = *source++;
+ if (ch <= UNI_MAX_BMP) { /* Target is a character <= 0xFFFF */
+ /* UTF-16 surrogate values are illegal in UTF-32; 0xffff or 0xfffe are both reserved values */
+ if (ch >= UNI_SUR_HIGH_START && ch <= UNI_SUR_LOW_END) {
+ if (flags == strictConversion) {
+ --source; /* return to the illegal value itself */
+ result = sourceIllegal;
+ break;
+ } else {
+ *target++ = UNI_REPLACEMENT_CHAR;
+ }
+ } else {
+ *target++ = (UTF16)ch; /* normal case */
+ }
+ } else if (ch > UNI_MAX_LEGAL_UTF32) {
+ if (flags == strictConversion) {
+ result = sourceIllegal;
+ } else {
+ *target++ = UNI_REPLACEMENT_CHAR;
+ }
+ } else {
+ /* target is a character in range 0xFFFF - 0x10FFFF. */
+ if (target + 1 >= targetEnd) {
+ --source; /* Back up source pointer! */
+ result = targetExhausted; break;
+ }
+ ch -= halfBase;
+ *target++ = (UTF16)((ch >> halfShift) + UNI_SUR_HIGH_START);
+ *target++ = (UTF16)((ch & halfMask) + UNI_SUR_LOW_START);
+ }
+ }
+*sourceStart = source;
+*targetStart = target;
+return result;
+}
+
+/* --------------------------------------------------------------------- */
+
+ConversionResult ConvertUTF16toUTF32 (const UTF16** sourceStart, const UTF16* sourceEnd,
+ UTF32** targetStart, UTF32* targetEnd, ConversionFlags flags) {
+ ConversionResult result = conversionOK;
+ const UTF16* source = *sourceStart;
+ UTF32* target = *targetStart;
+ UTF32 ch, ch2;
+ while (source < sourceEnd) {
+ const UTF16* oldSource = source; /* In case we have to back up because of target overflow. */
+ ch = *source++;
+ /* If we have a surrogate pair, convert to UTF32 first. */
+ if (ch >= UNI_SUR_HIGH_START && ch <= UNI_SUR_HIGH_END) {
+ /* If the 16 bits following the high surrogate are in the source buffer... */
+ if (source < sourceEnd) {
+ ch2 = *source;
+ /* If it's a low surrogate, convert to UTF32. */
+ if (ch2 >= UNI_SUR_LOW_START && ch2 <= UNI_SUR_LOW_END) {
+ ch = ((ch - UNI_SUR_HIGH_START) << halfShift)
+ + (ch2 - UNI_SUR_LOW_START) + halfBase;
+ ++source;
+ } else if (flags == strictConversion) { /* it's an unpaired high surrogate */
+ --source; /* return to the illegal value itself */
+ result = sourceIllegal;
+ break;
+ }
+ } else { /* We don't have the 16 bits following the high surrogate. */
+ --source; /* return to the high surrogate */
+ result = sourceExhausted;
+ break;
+ }
+ } else if (flags == strictConversion) {
+ /* UTF-16 surrogate values are illegal in UTF-32 */
+ if (ch >= UNI_SUR_LOW_START && ch <= UNI_SUR_LOW_END) {
+ --source; /* return to the illegal value itself */
+ result = sourceIllegal;
+ break;
+ }
+ }
+ if (target >= targetEnd) {
+ source = oldSource; /* Back up source pointer! */
+ result = targetExhausted; break;
+ }
+ *target++ = ch;
+ }
+ *sourceStart = source;
+ *targetStart = target;
+#ifdef CVTUTF_DEBUG
+ if (result == sourceIllegal) {
+ fprintf(stderr, "ConvertUTF16toUTF32 illegal seq 0x%04x,%04x\n", ch, ch2);
+ fflush(stderr);
+ }
+#endif
+ return result;
+}
+
+/* --------------------------------------------------------------------- */
+
+/*
+ * Index into the table below with the first byte of a UTF-8 sequence to
+ * get the number of trailing bytes that are supposed to follow it.
+ * Note that *legal* UTF-8 values can't have 4 or 5-bytes. The table is
+ * left as-is for anyone who may want to do such conversion, which was
+ * allowed in earlier algorithms.
+ */
+static const char trailingBytesForUTF8[256] = {
+ 0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0, 0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,
+ 0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0, 0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,
+ 0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0, 0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,
+ 0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0, 0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,
+ 0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0, 0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,
+ 0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0, 0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,
+ 1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1, 1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,
+ 2,2,2,2,2,2,2,2,2,2,2,2,2,2,2,2, 3,3,3,3,3,3,3,3,4,4,4,4,5,5,5,5
+};
+
+/*
+ * Magic values subtracted from a buffer value during UTF8 conversion.
+ * This table contains as many values as there might be trailing bytes
+ * in a UTF-8 sequence.
+ */
+static const UTF32 offsetsFromUTF8[6] = { 0x00000000UL, 0x00003080UL, 0x000E2080UL,
+ 0x03C82080UL, 0xFA082080UL, 0x82082080UL };
+
+/*
+ * Once the bits are split out into bytes of UTF-8, this is a mask OR-ed
+ * into the first byte, depending on how many bytes follow. There are
+ * as many entries in this table as there are UTF-8 sequence types.
+ * (I.e., one byte sequence, two byte... etc.). Remember that sequencs
+ * for *legal* UTF-8 will be 4 or fewer bytes total.
+ */
+static const UTF8 firstByteMark[7] = { 0x00, 0x00, 0xC0, 0xE0, 0xF0, 0xF8, 0xFC };
+
+/* --------------------------------------------------------------------- */
+
+/* The interface converts a whole buffer to avoid function-call overhead.
+* Constants have been gathered. Loops & conditionals have been removed as
+* much as possible for efficiency, in favor of drop-through switches.
+* (See "Note A" at the bottom of the file for equivalent code.)
+* If your compiler supports it, the "isLegalUTF8" call can be turned
+* into an inline function.
+*/
+
+/* --------------------------------------------------------------------- */
+
+ConversionResult ConvertUTF16toUTF8 (const UTF16** sourceStart, const UTF16* sourceEnd,
+ UTF8** targetStart, UTF8* targetEnd, ConversionFlags flags) {
+ ConversionResult result = conversionOK;
+ const UTF16* source = *sourceStart;
+ UTF8* target = *targetStart;
+ while (source < sourceEnd) {
+ UTF32 ch;
+ unsigned short bytesToWrite = 0;
+ const UTF32 byteMask = 0xBF;
+ const UTF32 byteMark = 0x80;
+ const UTF16* oldSource = source; /* In case we have to back up because of target overflow. */
+ ch = *source++;
+ /* If we have a surrogate pair, convert to UTF32 first. */
+ if (ch >= UNI_SUR_HIGH_START && ch <= UNI_SUR_HIGH_END) {
+ /* If the 16 bits following the high surrogate are in the source buffer... */
+ if (source < sourceEnd) {
+ UTF32 ch2 = *source;
+ /* If it's a low surrogate, convert to UTF32. */
+ if (ch2 >= UNI_SUR_LOW_START && ch2 <= UNI_SUR_LOW_END) {
+ ch = ((ch - UNI_SUR_HIGH_START) << halfShift)
+ + (ch2 - UNI_SUR_LOW_START) + halfBase;
+ ++source;
+ } else if (flags == strictConversion) { /* it's an unpaired high surrogate */
+ --source; /* return to the illegal value itself */
+ result = sourceIllegal;
+ break;
+ }
+ } else { /* We don't have the 16 bits following the high surrogate. */
+ --source; /* return to the high surrogate */
+ result = sourceExhausted;
+ break;
+ }
+ } else if (flags == strictConversion) {
+ /* UTF-16 surrogate values are illegal in UTF-32 */
+ if (ch >= UNI_SUR_LOW_START && ch <= UNI_SUR_LOW_END) {
+ --source; /* return to the illegal value itself */
+ result = sourceIllegal;
+ break;
+ }
+ }
+ /* Figure out how many bytes the result will require */
+ if (ch < (UTF32)0x80) { bytesToWrite = 1;
+ } else if (ch < (UTF32)0x800) { bytesToWrite = 2;
+ } else if (ch < (UTF32)0x10000) { bytesToWrite = 3;
+ } else if (ch < (UTF32)0x110000) { bytesToWrite = 4;
+ } else { bytesToWrite = 3;
+ ch = UNI_REPLACEMENT_CHAR;
+ }
+
+ target += bytesToWrite;
+ if (target > targetEnd) {
+ source = oldSource; /* Back up source pointer! */
+ target -= bytesToWrite; result = targetExhausted; break;
+ }
+ switch (bytesToWrite) { /* note: everything falls through. */
+ case 4: *--target = (UTF8)((ch | byteMark) & byteMask); ch >>= 6;
+ case 3: *--target = (UTF8)((ch | byteMark) & byteMask); ch >>= 6;
+ case 2: *--target = (UTF8)((ch | byteMark) & byteMask); ch >>= 6;
+ case 1: *--target = (UTF8)(ch | firstByteMark[bytesToWrite]);
+ }
+ target += bytesToWrite;
+ }
+*sourceStart = source;
+*targetStart = target;
+return result;
+}
+
+/* --------------------------------------------------------------------- */
+
+/*
+ * Utility routine to tell whether a sequence of bytes is legal UTF-8.
+ * This must be called with the length pre-determined by the first byte.
+ * If not calling this from ConvertUTF8to*, then the length can be set by:
+ * length = trailingBytesForUTF8[*source]+1;
+ * and the sequence is illegal right away if there aren't that many bytes
+ * available.
+ * If presented with a length > 4, this returns false. The Unicode
+ * definition of UTF-8 goes up to 4-byte sequences.
+ */
+
+static Boolean isLegalUTF8(const UTF8 *source, int length) {
+ UTF8 a;
+ const UTF8 *srcptr = source+length;
+ switch (length) {
+ default: return false;
+ /* Everything else falls through when "true"... */
+ case 4: if ((a = (*--srcptr)) < 0x80 || a > 0xBF) return false;
+ case 3: if ((a = (*--srcptr)) < 0x80 || a > 0xBF) return false;
+ case 2: if ((a = (*--srcptr)) > 0xBF) return false;
+
+ switch (*source) {
+ /* no fall-through in this inner switch */
+ case 0xE0: if (a < 0xA0) return false; break;
+ case 0xED: if (a > 0x9F) return false; break;
+ case 0xF0: if (a < 0x90) return false; break;
+ case 0xF4: if (a > 0x8F) return false; break;
+ default: if (a < 0x80) return false;
+ }
+
+ case 1: if (*source >= 0x80 && *source < 0xC2) return false;
+ }
+ if (*source > 0xF4) return false;
+ return true;
+}
+
+/* --------------------------------------------------------------------- */
+
+/*
+ * Exported function to return whether a UTF-8 sequence is legal or not.
+ * This is not used here; it's just exported.
+ */
+Boolean isLegalUTF8Sequence(const UTF8 *source, const UTF8 *sourceEnd) {
+ int length = trailingBytesForUTF8[*source]+1;
+ if (source+length > sourceEnd) {
+ return false;
+ }
+ return isLegalUTF8(source, length);
+}
+
+/* --------------------------------------------------------------------- */
+
+ConversionResult ConvertUTF8toUTF16 (const UTF8** sourceStart, const UTF8* sourceEnd,
+ UTF16** targetStart, UTF16* targetEnd, ConversionFlags flags) {
+ ConversionResult result = conversionOK;
+ const UTF8* source = *sourceStart;
+ UTF16* target = *targetStart;
+ while (source < sourceEnd) {
+ UTF32 ch = 0;
+ unsigned short extraBytesToRead = trailingBytesForUTF8[*source];
+ if (source + extraBytesToRead >= sourceEnd) {
+ result = sourceExhausted; break;
+ }
+ /* Do this check whether lenient or strict */
+ if (! isLegalUTF8(source, extraBytesToRead+1)) {
+ result = sourceIllegal;
+ break;
+ }
+ /*
+ * The cases all fall through. See "Note A" below.
+ */
+ switch (extraBytesToRead) {
+ case 5: ch += *source++; ch <<= 6; /* remember, illegal UTF-8 */
+ case 4: ch += *source++; ch <<= 6; /* remember, illegal UTF-8 */
+ case 3: ch += *source++; ch <<= 6;
+ case 2: ch += *source++; ch <<= 6;
+ case 1: ch += *source++; ch <<= 6;
+ case 0: ch += *source++;
+ }
+ ch -= offsetsFromUTF8[extraBytesToRead];
+
+ if (target >= targetEnd) {
+ source -= (extraBytesToRead+1); /* Back up source pointer! */
+ result = targetExhausted; break;
+ }
+ if (ch <= UNI_MAX_BMP) { /* Target is a character <= 0xFFFF */
+ /* UTF-16 surrogate values are illegal in UTF-32 */
+ if (ch >= UNI_SUR_HIGH_START && ch <= UNI_SUR_LOW_END) {
+ if (flags == strictConversion) {
+ source -= (extraBytesToRead+1); /* return to the illegal value itself */
+ result = sourceIllegal;
+ break;
+ } else {
+ *target++ = UNI_REPLACEMENT_CHAR;
+ }
+ } else {
+ *target++ = (UTF16)ch; /* normal case */
+ }
+ } else if (ch > UNI_MAX_UTF16) {
+ if (flags == strictConversion) {
+ result = sourceIllegal;
+ source -= (extraBytesToRead+1); /* return to the start */
+ break; /* Bail out; shouldn't continue */
+ } else {
+ *target++ = UNI_REPLACEMENT_CHAR;
+ }
+ } else {
+ /* target is a character in range 0xFFFF - 0x10FFFF. */
+ if (target + 1 >= targetEnd) {
+ source -= (extraBytesToRead+1); /* Back up source pointer! */
+ result = targetExhausted; break;
+ }
+ ch -= halfBase;
+ *target++ = (UTF16)((ch >> halfShift) + UNI_SUR_HIGH_START);
+ *target++ = (UTF16)((ch & halfMask) + UNI_SUR_LOW_START);
+ }
+ }
+*sourceStart = source;
+*targetStart = target;
+return result;
+}
+
+/* --------------------------------------------------------------------- */
+
+ConversionResult ConvertUTF32toUTF8 (const UTF32** sourceStart, const UTF32* sourceEnd,
+ UTF8** targetStart, UTF8* targetEnd, ConversionFlags flags) {
+ ConversionResult result = conversionOK;
+ const UTF32* source = *sourceStart;
+ UTF8* target = *targetStart;
+ while (source < sourceEnd) {
+ UTF32 ch;
+ unsigned short bytesToWrite = 0;
+ const UTF32 byteMask = 0xBF;
+ const UTF32 byteMark = 0x80;
+ ch = *source++;
+ if (flags == strictConversion ) {
+ /* UTF-16 surrogate values are illegal in UTF-32 */
+ if (ch >= UNI_SUR_HIGH_START && ch <= UNI_SUR_LOW_END) {
+ --source; /* return to the illegal value itself */
+ result = sourceIllegal;
+ break;
+ }
+ }
+ /*
+ * Figure out how many bytes the result will require. Turn any
+ * illegally large UTF32 things (> Plane 17) into replacement chars.
+ */
+ if (ch < (UTF32)0x80) { bytesToWrite = 1;
+ } else if (ch < (UTF32)0x800) { bytesToWrite = 2;
+ } else if (ch < (UTF32)0x10000) { bytesToWrite = 3;
+ } else if (ch <= UNI_MAX_LEGAL_UTF32) { bytesToWrite = 4;
+ } else { bytesToWrite = 3;
+ ch = UNI_REPLACEMENT_CHAR;
+ result = sourceIllegal;
+ }
+
+ target += bytesToWrite;
+ if (target > targetEnd) {
+ --source; /* Back up source pointer! */
+ target -= bytesToWrite; result = targetExhausted; break;
+ }
+ switch (bytesToWrite) { /* note: everything falls through. */
+ case 4: *--target = (UTF8)((ch | byteMark) & byteMask); ch >>= 6;
+ case 3: *--target = (UTF8)((ch | byteMark) & byteMask); ch >>= 6;
+ case 2: *--target = (UTF8)((ch | byteMark) & byteMask); ch >>= 6;
+ case 1: *--target = (UTF8) (ch | firstByteMark[bytesToWrite]);
+ }
+ target += bytesToWrite;
+ }
+*sourceStart = source;
+*targetStart = target;
+return result;
+}
+
+/* --------------------------------------------------------------------- */
+
+ConversionResult ConvertUTF8toUTF32 (const UTF8** sourceStart, const UTF8* sourceEnd,
+ UTF32** targetStart, UTF32* targetEnd, ConversionFlags flags) {
+ ConversionResult result = conversionOK;
+ const UTF8* source = *sourceStart;
+ UTF32* target = *targetStart;
+ while (source < sourceEnd) {
+ UTF32 ch = 0;
+ unsigned short extraBytesToRead = trailingBytesForUTF8[*source];
+ if (source + extraBytesToRead >= sourceEnd) {
+ result = sourceExhausted; break;
+ }
+ /* Do this check whether lenient or strict */
+ if (! isLegalUTF8(source, extraBytesToRead+1)) {
+ result = sourceIllegal;
+ break;
+ }
+ /*
+ * The cases all fall through. See "Note A" below.
+ */
+ switch (extraBytesToRead) {
+ case 5: ch += *source++; ch <<= 6;
+ case 4: ch += *source++; ch <<= 6;
+ case 3: ch += *source++; ch <<= 6;
+ case 2: ch += *source++; ch <<= 6;
+ case 1: ch += *source++; ch <<= 6;
+ case 0: ch += *source++;
+ }
+ ch -= offsetsFromUTF8[extraBytesToRead];
+
+ if (target >= targetEnd) {
+ source -= (extraBytesToRead+1); /* Back up the source pointer! */
+ result = targetExhausted; break;
+ }
+ if (ch <= UNI_MAX_LEGAL_UTF32) {
+ /*
+ * UTF-16 surrogate values are illegal in UTF-32, and anything
+ * over Plane 17 (> 0x10FFFF) is illegal.
+ */
+ if (ch >= UNI_SUR_HIGH_START && ch <= UNI_SUR_LOW_END) {
+ if (flags == strictConversion) {
+ source -= (extraBytesToRead+1); /* return to the illegal value itself */
+ result = sourceIllegal;
+ break;
+ } else {
+ *target++ = UNI_REPLACEMENT_CHAR;
+ }
+ } else {
+ *target++ = ch;
+ }
+ } else { /* i.e., ch > UNI_MAX_LEGAL_UTF32 */
+ result = sourceIllegal;
+ *target++ = UNI_REPLACEMENT_CHAR;
+ }
+ }
+ *sourceStart = source;
+ *targetStart = target;
+ return result;
+}
+
+/* ---------------------------------------------------------------------
+
+Note A.
+The fall-through switches in UTF-8 reading code save a
+temp variable, some decrements & conditionals. The switches
+are equivalent to the following loop:
+{
+ int tmpBytesToRead = extraBytesToRead+1;
+ do {
+ ch += *source++;
+ --tmpBytesToRead;
+ if (tmpBytesToRead) ch <<= 6;
+ } while (tmpBytesToRead > 0);
+}
+In UTF-8 writing code, the switches on "bytesToWrite" are
+similarly unrolled loops.
+
+--------------------------------------------------------------------- */
diff --git a/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/convert_UTF.h b/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/convert_UTF.h
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..b1556de
--- /dev/null
+++ b/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/convert_UTF.h
@@ -0,0 +1,143 @@
+/*
+ * Copyright 2001-2004 Unicode, Inc.
+ *
+ * Disclaimer
+ *
+ * This source code is provided as is by Unicode, Inc. No claims are
+ * made as to fitness for any particular purpose. No warranties of any
+ * kind are expressed or implied. The recipient agrees to determine
+ * applicability of information provided. If this file has been
+ * purchased on magnetic or optical media from Unicode, Inc., the
+ * sole remedy for any claim will be exchange of defective media
+ * within 90 days of receipt.
+ *
+ * Limitations on Rights to Redistribute This Code
+ *
+ * Unicode, Inc. hereby grants the right to freely use the information
+ * supplied in this file in the creation of products supporting the
+ * Unicode Standard, and to make copies of this file in any form
+ * for internal or external distribution as long as this notice
+ * remains attached.
+ */
+
+/* ---------------------------------------------------------------------
+
+Conversions between UTF32, UTF-16, and UTF-8. Header file.
+
+Several funtions are included here, forming a complete set of
+conversions between the three formats. UTF-7 is not included
+here, but is handled in a separate source file.
+
+Each of these routines takes pointers to input buffers and output
+buffers. The input buffers are const.
+
+Each routine converts the text between *sourceStart and sourceEnd,
+putting the result into the buffer between *targetStart and
+targetEnd. Note: the end pointers are *after* the last item: e.g.
+*(sourceEnd - 1) is the last item.
+
+The return result indicates whether the conversion was successful,
+and if not, whether the problem was in the source or target buffers.
+(Only the first encountered problem is indicated.)
+
+After the conversion, *sourceStart and *targetStart are both
+updated to point to the end of last text successfully converted in
+the respective buffers.
+
+Input parameters:
+sourceStart - pointer to a pointer to the source buffer.
+The contents of this are modified on return so that
+it points at the next thing to be converted.
+targetStart - similarly, pointer to pointer to the target buffer.
+sourceEnd, targetEnd - respectively pointers to the ends of the
+two buffers, for overflow checking only.
+
+These conversion functions take a ConversionFlags argument. When this
+flag is set to strict, both irregular sequences and isolated surrogates
+will cause an error. When the flag is set to lenient, both irregular
+sequences and isolated surrogates are converted.
+
+Whether the flag is strict or lenient, all illegal sequences will cause
+an error return. This includes sequences such as: <F4 90 80 80>, <C0 80>,
+or <A0> in UTF-8, and values above 0x10FFFF in UTF-32. Conformant code
+must check for illegal sequences.
+
+When the flag is set to lenient, characters over 0x10FFFF are converted
+to the replacement character; otherwise (when the flag is set to strict)
+they constitute an error.
+
+Output parameters:
+The value "sourceIllegal" is returned from some routines if the input
+sequence is malformed. When "sourceIllegal" is returned, the source
+value will point to the illegal value that caused the problem. E.g.,
+in UTF-8 when a sequence is malformed, it points to the start of the
+malformed sequence.
+
+Author: Mark E. Davis, 1994.
+Rev History: Rick McGowan, fixes & updates May 2001.
+Fixes & updates, Sept 2001.
+
+------------------------------------------------------------------------ */
+
+/* ---------------------------------------------------------------------
+The following 4 definitions are compiler-specific.
+The C standard does not guarantee that wchar_t has at least
+16 bits, so wchar_t is no less portable than unsigned short!
+All should be unsigned values to avoid sign extension during
+bit mask & shift operations.
+------------------------------------------------------------------------ */
+
+typedef unsigned long UTF32; /* at least 32 bits */
+typedef unsigned short UTF16; /* at least 16 bits */
+typedef unsigned char UTF8; /* typically 8 bits */
+typedef unsigned char Boolean; /* 0 or 1 */
+
+/* Some fundamental constants */
+#define UNI_REPLACEMENT_CHAR (UTF32)0x0000FFFD
+#define UNI_MAX_BMP (UTF32)0x0000FFFF
+#define UNI_MAX_UTF16 (UTF32)0x0010FFFF
+#define UNI_MAX_UTF32 (UTF32)0x7FFFFFFF
+#define UNI_MAX_LEGAL_UTF32 (UTF32)0x0010FFFF
+
+typedef enum {
+ conversionOK, /* conversion successful */
+ sourceExhausted, /* partial character in source, but hit end */
+ targetExhausted, /* insuff. room in target for conversion */
+ sourceIllegal /* source sequence is illegal/malformed */
+} ConversionResult;
+
+typedef enum {
+ strictConversion = 0,
+ lenientConversion
+} ConversionFlags;
+
+/* This is for C++ and does no harm in C */
+#ifdef __cplusplus
+extern "C" {
+#endif
+
+ConversionResult ConvertUTF8toUTF16 (const UTF8** sourceStart, const UTF8* sourceEnd,
+ UTF16** targetStart, UTF16* targetEnd, ConversionFlags flags);
+
+ConversionResult ConvertUTF16toUTF8 (const UTF16** sourceStart, const UTF16* sourceEnd,
+ UTF8** targetStart, UTF8* targetEnd, ConversionFlags flags);
+
+ConversionResult ConvertUTF8toUTF32 (const UTF8** sourceStart, const UTF8* sourceEnd,
+ UTF32** targetStart, UTF32* targetEnd, ConversionFlags flags);
+
+ConversionResult ConvertUTF32toUTF8 (const UTF32** sourceStart, const UTF32* sourceEnd,
+ UTF8** targetStart, UTF8* targetEnd, ConversionFlags flags);
+
+ConversionResult ConvertUTF16toUTF32 (const UTF16** sourceStart, const UTF16* sourceEnd,
+ UTF32** targetStart, UTF32* targetEnd, ConversionFlags flags);
+
+ConversionResult ConvertUTF32toUTF16 (const UTF32** sourceStart, const UTF32* sourceEnd,
+ UTF16** targetStart, UTF16* targetEnd, ConversionFlags flags);
+
+Boolean isLegalUTF8Sequence(const UTF8 *source, const UTF8 *sourceEnd);
+
+#ifdef __cplusplus
+}
+#endif
+
+/* --------------------------------------------------------------------- */
diff --git a/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/dwarf/bytereader-inl.h b/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/dwarf/bytereader-inl.h
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..3c16708
--- /dev/null
+++ b/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/dwarf/bytereader-inl.h
@@ -0,0 +1,175 @@
+// Copyright 2006 Google Inc. All Rights Reserved.
+//
+// Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
+// modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are
+// met:
+//
+// * Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright
+// notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
+// * Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above
+// copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer
+// in the documentation and/or other materials provided with the
+// distribution.
+// * Neither the name of Google Inc. nor the names of its
+// contributors may be used to endorse or promote products derived from
+// this software without specific prior written permission.
+//
+// THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS AND CONTRIBUTORS
+// "AS IS" AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT
+// LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR
+// A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE COPYRIGHT
+// OWNER OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL,
+// SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT
+// LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE,
+// DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY
+// THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT
+// (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE
+// OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
+
+#ifndef UTIL_DEBUGINFO_BYTEREADER_INL_H__
+#define UTIL_DEBUGINFO_BYTEREADER_INL_H__
+
+#include "common/dwarf/bytereader.h"
+
+#include <assert.h>
+
+namespace dwarf2reader {
+
+inline uint8 ByteReader::ReadOneByte(const char* buffer) const {
+ return buffer[0];
+}
+
+inline uint16 ByteReader::ReadTwoBytes(const char* signed_buffer) const {
+ const unsigned char *buffer
+ = reinterpret_cast<const unsigned char *>(signed_buffer);
+ const uint16 buffer0 = buffer[0];
+ const uint16 buffer1 = buffer[1];
+ if (endian_ == ENDIANNESS_LITTLE) {
+ return buffer0 | buffer1 << 8;
+ } else {
+ return buffer1 | buffer0 << 8;
+ }
+}
+
+inline uint64 ByteReader::ReadFourBytes(const char* signed_buffer) const {
+ const unsigned char *buffer
+ = reinterpret_cast<const unsigned char *>(signed_buffer);
+ const uint32 buffer0 = buffer[0];
+ const uint32 buffer1 = buffer[1];
+ const uint32 buffer2 = buffer[2];
+ const uint32 buffer3 = buffer[3];
+ if (endian_ == ENDIANNESS_LITTLE) {
+ return buffer0 | buffer1 << 8 | buffer2 << 16 | buffer3 << 24;
+ } else {
+ return buffer3 | buffer2 << 8 | buffer1 << 16 | buffer0 << 24;
+ }
+}
+
+inline uint64 ByteReader::ReadEightBytes(const char* signed_buffer) const {
+ const unsigned char *buffer
+ = reinterpret_cast<const unsigned char *>(signed_buffer);
+ const uint64 buffer0 = buffer[0];
+ const uint64 buffer1 = buffer[1];
+ const uint64 buffer2 = buffer[2];
+ const uint64 buffer3 = buffer[3];
+ const uint64 buffer4 = buffer[4];
+ const uint64 buffer5 = buffer[5];
+ const uint64 buffer6 = buffer[6];
+ const uint64 buffer7 = buffer[7];
+ if (endian_ == ENDIANNESS_LITTLE) {
+ return buffer0 | buffer1 << 8 | buffer2 << 16 | buffer3 << 24 |
+ buffer4 << 32 | buffer5 << 40 | buffer6 << 48 | buffer7 << 56;
+ } else {
+ return buffer7 | buffer6 << 8 | buffer5 << 16 | buffer4 << 24 |
+ buffer3 << 32 | buffer2 << 40 | buffer1 << 48 | buffer0 << 56;
+ }
+}
+
+// Read an unsigned LEB128 number. Each byte contains 7 bits of
+// information, plus one bit saying whether the number continues or
+// not.
+
+inline uint64 ByteReader::ReadUnsignedLEB128(const char* buffer,
+ size_t* len) const {
+ uint64 result = 0;
+ size_t num_read = 0;
+ unsigned int shift = 0;
+ unsigned char byte;
+
+ do {
+ byte = *buffer++;
+ num_read++;
+
+ result |= (static_cast<uint64>(byte & 0x7f)) << shift;
+
+ shift += 7;
+
+ } while (byte & 0x80);
+
+ *len = num_read;
+
+ return result;
+}
+
+// Read a signed LEB128 number. These are like regular LEB128
+// numbers, except the last byte may have a sign bit set.
+
+inline int64 ByteReader::ReadSignedLEB128(const char* buffer,
+ size_t* len) const {
+ int64 result = 0;
+ unsigned int shift = 0;
+ size_t num_read = 0;
+ unsigned char byte;
+
+ do {
+ byte = *buffer++;
+ num_read++;
+ result |= (static_cast<uint64>(byte & 0x7f) << shift);
+ shift += 7;
+ } while (byte & 0x80);
+
+ if ((shift < 8 * sizeof (result)) && (byte & 0x40))
+ result |= -((static_cast<int64>(1)) << shift);
+ *len = num_read;
+ return result;
+}
+
+inline uint64 ByteReader::ReadOffset(const char* buffer) const {
+ assert(this->offset_reader_);
+ return (this->*offset_reader_)(buffer);
+}
+
+inline uint64 ByteReader::ReadAddress(const char* buffer) const {
+ assert(this->address_reader_);
+ return (this->*address_reader_)(buffer);
+}
+
+inline void ByteReader::SetCFIDataBase(uint64 section_base,
+ const char *buffer_base) {
+ section_base_ = section_base;
+ buffer_base_ = buffer_base;
+ have_section_base_ = true;
+}
+
+inline void ByteReader::SetTextBase(uint64 text_base) {
+ text_base_ = text_base;
+ have_text_base_ = true;
+}
+
+inline void ByteReader::SetDataBase(uint64 data_base) {
+ data_base_ = data_base;
+ have_data_base_ = true;
+}
+
+inline void ByteReader::SetFunctionBase(uint64 function_base) {
+ function_base_ = function_base;
+ have_function_base_ = true;
+}
+
+inline void ByteReader::ClearFunctionBase() {
+ have_function_base_ = false;
+}
+
+} // namespace dwarf2reader
+
+#endif // UTIL_DEBUGINFO_BYTEREADER_INL_H__
diff --git a/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/dwarf/bytereader.cc b/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/dwarf/bytereader.cc
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..6802026
--- /dev/null
+++ b/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/dwarf/bytereader.cc
@@ -0,0 +1,245 @@
+// Copyright (c) 2010 Google Inc. All Rights Reserved.
+//
+// Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
+// modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are
+// met:
+//
+// * Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright
+// notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
+// * Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above
+// copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer
+// in the documentation and/or other materials provided with the
+// distribution.
+// * Neither the name of Google Inc. nor the names of its
+// contributors may be used to endorse or promote products derived from
+// this software without specific prior written permission.
+//
+// THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS AND CONTRIBUTORS
+// "AS IS" AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT
+// LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR
+// A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE COPYRIGHT
+// OWNER OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL,
+// SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT
+// LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE,
+// DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY
+// THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT
+// (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE
+// OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
+
+#include <assert.h>
+#include <stdlib.h>
+
+#include "common/dwarf/bytereader-inl.h"
+#include "common/dwarf/bytereader.h"
+
+namespace dwarf2reader {
+
+ByteReader::ByteReader(enum Endianness endian)
+ :offset_reader_(NULL), address_reader_(NULL), endian_(endian),
+ address_size_(0), offset_size_(0),
+ have_section_base_(), have_text_base_(), have_data_base_(),
+ have_function_base_() { }
+
+ByteReader::~ByteReader() { }
+
+void ByteReader::SetOffsetSize(uint8 size) {
+ offset_size_ = size;
+ assert(size == 4 || size == 8);
+ if (size == 4) {
+ this->offset_reader_ = &ByteReader::ReadFourBytes;
+ } else {
+ this->offset_reader_ = &ByteReader::ReadEightBytes;
+ }
+}
+
+void ByteReader::SetAddressSize(uint8 size) {
+ address_size_ = size;
+ assert(size == 4 || size == 8);
+ if (size == 4) {
+ this->address_reader_ = &ByteReader::ReadFourBytes;
+ } else {
+ this->address_reader_ = &ByteReader::ReadEightBytes;
+ }
+}
+
+uint64 ByteReader::ReadInitialLength(const char* start, size_t* len) {
+ const uint64 initial_length = ReadFourBytes(start);
+ start += 4;
+
+ // In DWARF2/3, if the initial length is all 1 bits, then the offset
+ // size is 8 and we need to read the next 8 bytes for the real length.
+ if (initial_length == 0xffffffff) {
+ SetOffsetSize(8);
+ *len = 12;
+ return ReadOffset(start);
+ } else {
+ SetOffsetSize(4);
+ *len = 4;
+ }
+ return initial_length;
+}
+
+bool ByteReader::ValidEncoding(DwarfPointerEncoding encoding) const {
+ if (encoding == DW_EH_PE_omit) return true;
+ if (encoding == DW_EH_PE_aligned) return true;
+ if ((encoding & 0x7) > DW_EH_PE_udata8)
+ return false;
+ if ((encoding & 0x70) > DW_EH_PE_funcrel)
+ return false;
+ return true;
+}
+
+bool ByteReader::UsableEncoding(DwarfPointerEncoding encoding) const {
+ switch (encoding & 0x70) {
+ case DW_EH_PE_absptr: return true;
+ case DW_EH_PE_pcrel: return have_section_base_;
+ case DW_EH_PE_textrel: return have_text_base_;
+ case DW_EH_PE_datarel: return have_data_base_;
+ case DW_EH_PE_funcrel: return have_function_base_;
+ default: return false;
+ }
+}
+
+uint64 ByteReader::ReadEncodedPointer(const char *buffer,
+ DwarfPointerEncoding encoding,
+ size_t *len) const {
+ // UsableEncoding doesn't approve of DW_EH_PE_omit, so we shouldn't
+ // see it here.
+ assert(encoding != DW_EH_PE_omit);
+
+ // The Linux Standards Base 4.0 does not make this clear, but the
+ // GNU tools (gcc/unwind-pe.h; readelf/dwarf.c; gdb/dwarf2-frame.c)
+ // agree that aligned pointers are always absolute, machine-sized,
+ // machine-signed pointers.
+ if (encoding == DW_EH_PE_aligned) {
+ assert(have_section_base_);
+
+ // We don't need to align BUFFER in *our* address space. Rather, we
+ // need to find the next position in our buffer that would be aligned
+ // when the .eh_frame section the buffer contains is loaded into the
+ // program's memory. So align assuming that buffer_base_ gets loaded at
+ // address section_base_, where section_base_ itself may or may not be
+ // aligned.
+
+ // First, find the offset to START from the closest prior aligned
+ // address.
+ uint64 skew = section_base_ & (AddressSize() - 1);
+ // Now find the offset from that aligned address to buffer.
+ uint64 offset = skew + (buffer - buffer_base_);
+ // Round up to the next boundary.
+ uint64 aligned = (offset + AddressSize() - 1) & -AddressSize();
+ // Convert back to a pointer.
+ const char *aligned_buffer = buffer_base_ + (aligned - skew);
+ // Finally, store the length and actually fetch the pointer.
+ *len = aligned_buffer - buffer + AddressSize();
+ return ReadAddress(aligned_buffer);
+ }
+
+ // Extract the value first, ignoring whether it's a pointer or an
+ // offset relative to some base.
+ uint64 offset;
+ switch (encoding & 0x0f) {
+ case DW_EH_PE_absptr:
+ // DW_EH_PE_absptr is weird, as it is used as a meaningful value for
+ // both the high and low nybble of encoding bytes. When it appears in
+ // the high nybble, it means that the pointer is absolute, not an
+ // offset from some base address. When it appears in the low nybble,
+ // as here, it means that the pointer is stored as a normal
+ // machine-sized and machine-signed address. A low nybble of
+ // DW_EH_PE_absptr does not imply that the pointer is absolute; it is
+ // correct for us to treat the value as an offset from a base address
+ // if the upper nybble is not DW_EH_PE_absptr.
+ offset = ReadAddress(buffer);
+ *len = AddressSize();
+ break;
+
+ case DW_EH_PE_uleb128:
+ offset = ReadUnsignedLEB128(buffer, len);
+ break;
+
+ case DW_EH_PE_udata2:
+ offset = ReadTwoBytes(buffer);
+ *len = 2;
+ break;
+
+ case DW_EH_PE_udata4:
+ offset = ReadFourBytes(buffer);
+ *len = 4;
+ break;
+
+ case DW_EH_PE_udata8:
+ offset = ReadEightBytes(buffer);
+ *len = 8;
+ break;
+
+ case DW_EH_PE_sleb128:
+ offset = ReadSignedLEB128(buffer, len);
+ break;
+
+ case DW_EH_PE_sdata2:
+ offset = ReadTwoBytes(buffer);
+ // Sign-extend from 16 bits.
+ offset = (offset ^ 0x8000) - 0x8000;
+ *len = 2;
+ break;
+
+ case DW_EH_PE_sdata4:
+ offset = ReadFourBytes(buffer);
+ // Sign-extend from 32 bits.
+ offset = (offset ^ 0x80000000ULL) - 0x80000000ULL;
+ *len = 4;
+ break;
+
+ case DW_EH_PE_sdata8:
+ // No need to sign-extend; this is the full width of our type.
+ offset = ReadEightBytes(buffer);
+ *len = 8;
+ break;
+
+ default:
+ abort();
+ }
+
+ // Find the appropriate base address.
+ uint64 base;
+ switch (encoding & 0x70) {
+ case DW_EH_PE_absptr:
+ base = 0;
+ break;
+
+ case DW_EH_PE_pcrel:
+ assert(have_section_base_);
+ base = section_base_ + (buffer - buffer_base_);
+ break;
+
+ case DW_EH_PE_textrel:
+ assert(have_text_base_);
+ base = text_base_;
+ break;
+
+ case DW_EH_PE_datarel:
+ assert(have_data_base_);
+ base = data_base_;
+ break;
+
+ case DW_EH_PE_funcrel:
+ assert(have_function_base_);
+ base = function_base_;
+ break;
+
+ default:
+ abort();
+ }
+
+ uint64 pointer = base + offset;
+
+ // Remove inappropriate upper bits.
+ if (AddressSize() == 4)
+ pointer = pointer & 0xffffffff;
+ else
+ assert(AddressSize() == sizeof(uint64));
+
+ return pointer;
+}
+
+} // namespace dwarf2reader
diff --git a/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/dwarf/bytereader.h b/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/dwarf/bytereader.h
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..e389427
--- /dev/null
+++ b/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/dwarf/bytereader.h
@@ -0,0 +1,310 @@
+// -*- mode: C++ -*-
+
+// Copyright (c) 2010 Google Inc. All Rights Reserved.
+//
+// Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
+// modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are
+// met:
+//
+// * Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright
+// notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
+// * Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above
+// copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer
+// in the documentation and/or other materials provided with the
+// distribution.
+// * Neither the name of Google Inc. nor the names of its
+// contributors may be used to endorse or promote products derived from
+// this software without specific prior written permission.
+//
+// THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS AND CONTRIBUTORS
+// "AS IS" AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT
+// LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR
+// A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE COPYRIGHT
+// OWNER OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL,
+// SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT
+// LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE,
+// DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY
+// THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT
+// (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE
+// OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
+
+#ifndef COMMON_DWARF_BYTEREADER_H__
+#define COMMON_DWARF_BYTEREADER_H__
+
+#include <string>
+#include "common/dwarf/types.h"
+#include "common/dwarf/dwarf2enums.h"
+
+namespace dwarf2reader {
+
+// We can't use the obvious name of LITTLE_ENDIAN and BIG_ENDIAN
+// because it conflicts with a macro
+enum Endianness {
+ ENDIANNESS_BIG,
+ ENDIANNESS_LITTLE
+};
+
+// A ByteReader knows how to read single- and multi-byte values of
+// various endiannesses, sizes, and encodings, as used in DWARF
+// debugging information and Linux C++ exception handling data.
+class ByteReader {
+ public:
+ // Construct a ByteReader capable of reading one-, two-, four-, and
+ // eight-byte values according to ENDIANNESS, absolute machine-sized
+ // addresses, DWARF-style "initial length" values, signed and
+ // unsigned LEB128 numbers, and Linux C++ exception handling data's
+ // encoded pointers.
+ explicit ByteReader(enum Endianness endianness);
+ virtual ~ByteReader();
+
+ // Read a single byte from BUFFER and return it as an unsigned 8 bit
+ // number.
+ uint8 ReadOneByte(const char* buffer) const;
+
+ // Read two bytes from BUFFER and return them as an unsigned 16 bit
+ // number, using this ByteReader's endianness.
+ uint16 ReadTwoBytes(const char* buffer) const;
+
+ // Read four bytes from BUFFER and return them as an unsigned 32 bit
+ // number, using this ByteReader's endianness. This function returns
+ // a uint64 so that it is compatible with ReadAddress and
+ // ReadOffset. The number it returns will never be outside the range
+ // of an unsigned 32 bit integer.
+ uint64 ReadFourBytes(const char* buffer) const;
+
+ // Read eight bytes from BUFFER and return them as an unsigned 64
+ // bit number, using this ByteReader's endianness.
+ uint64 ReadEightBytes(const char* buffer) const;
+
+ // Read an unsigned LEB128 (Little Endian Base 128) number from
+ // BUFFER and return it as an unsigned 64 bit integer. Set LEN to
+ // the number of bytes read.
+ //
+ // The unsigned LEB128 representation of an integer N is a variable
+ // number of bytes:
+ //
+ // - If N is between 0 and 0x7f, then its unsigned LEB128
+ // representation is a single byte whose value is N.
+ //
+ // - Otherwise, its unsigned LEB128 representation is (N & 0x7f) |
+ // 0x80, followed by the unsigned LEB128 representation of N /
+ // 128, rounded towards negative infinity.
+ //
+ // In other words, we break VALUE into groups of seven bits, put
+ // them in little-endian order, and then write them as eight-bit
+ // bytes with the high bit on all but the last.
+ uint64 ReadUnsignedLEB128(const char* buffer, size_t* len) const;
+
+ // Read a signed LEB128 number from BUFFER and return it as an
+ // signed 64 bit integer. Set LEN to the number of bytes read.
+ //
+ // The signed LEB128 representation of an integer N is a variable
+ // number of bytes:
+ //
+ // - If N is between -0x40 and 0x3f, then its signed LEB128
+ // representation is a single byte whose value is N in two's
+ // complement.
+ //
+ // - Otherwise, its signed LEB128 representation is (N & 0x7f) |
+ // 0x80, followed by the signed LEB128 representation of N / 128,
+ // rounded towards negative infinity.
+ //
+ // In other words, we break VALUE into groups of seven bits, put
+ // them in little-endian order, and then write them as eight-bit
+ // bytes with the high bit on all but the last.
+ int64 ReadSignedLEB128(const char* buffer, size_t* len) const;
+
+ // Indicate that addresses on this architecture are SIZE bytes long. SIZE
+ // must be either 4 or 8. (DWARF allows addresses to be any number of
+ // bytes in length from 1 to 255, but we only support 32- and 64-bit
+ // addresses at the moment.) You must call this before using the
+ // ReadAddress member function.
+ //
+ // For data in a .debug_info section, or something that .debug_info
+ // refers to like line number or macro data, the compilation unit
+ // header's address_size field indicates the address size to use. Call
+ // frame information doesn't indicate its address size (a shortcoming of
+ // the spec); you must supply the appropriate size based on the
+ // architecture of the target machine.
+ void SetAddressSize(uint8 size);
+
+ // Return the current address size, in bytes. This is either 4,
+ // indicating 32-bit addresses, or 8, indicating 64-bit addresses.
+ uint8 AddressSize() const { return address_size_; }
+
+ // Read an address from BUFFER and return it as an unsigned 64 bit
+ // integer, respecting this ByteReader's endianness and address size. You
+ // must call SetAddressSize before calling this function.
+ uint64 ReadAddress(const char* buffer) const;
+
+ // DWARF actually defines two slightly different formats: 32-bit DWARF
+ // and 64-bit DWARF. This is *not* related to the size of registers or
+ // addresses on the target machine; it refers only to the size of section
+ // offsets and data lengths appearing in the DWARF data. One only needs
+ // 64-bit DWARF when the debugging data itself is larger than 4GiB.
+ // 32-bit DWARF can handle x86_64 or PPC64 code just fine, unless the
+ // debugging data itself is very large.
+ //
+ // DWARF information identifies itself as 32-bit or 64-bit DWARF: each
+ // compilation unit and call frame information entry begins with an
+ // "initial length" field, which, in addition to giving the length of the
+ // data, also indicates the size of section offsets and lengths appearing
+ // in that data. The ReadInitialLength member function, below, reads an
+ // initial length and sets the ByteReader's offset size as a side effect.
+ // Thus, in the normal process of reading DWARF data, the appropriate
+ // offset size is set automatically. So, you should only need to call
+ // SetOffsetSize if you are using the same ByteReader to jump from the
+ // midst of one block of DWARF data into another.
+
+ // Read a DWARF "initial length" field from START, and return it as
+ // an unsigned 64 bit integer, respecting this ByteReader's
+ // endianness. Set *LEN to the length of the initial length in
+ // bytes, either four or twelve. As a side effect, set this
+ // ByteReader's offset size to either 4 (if we see a 32-bit DWARF
+ // initial length) or 8 (if we see a 64-bit DWARF initial length).
+ //
+ // A DWARF initial length is either:
+ //
+ // - a byte count stored as an unsigned 32-bit value less than
+ // 0xffffff00, indicating that the data whose length is being
+ // measured uses the 32-bit DWARF format, or
+ //
+ // - The 32-bit value 0xffffffff, followed by a 64-bit byte count,
+ // indicating that the data whose length is being measured uses
+ // the 64-bit DWARF format.
+ uint64 ReadInitialLength(const char* start, size_t* len);
+
+ // Read an offset from BUFFER and return it as an unsigned 64 bit
+ // integer, respecting the ByteReader's endianness. In 32-bit DWARF, the
+ // offset is 4 bytes long; in 64-bit DWARF, the offset is eight bytes
+ // long. You must call ReadInitialLength or SetOffsetSize before calling
+ // this function; see the comments above for details.
+ uint64 ReadOffset(const char* buffer) const;
+
+ // Return the current offset size, in bytes.
+ // A return value of 4 indicates that we are reading 32-bit DWARF.
+ // A return value of 8 indicates that we are reading 64-bit DWARF.
+ uint8 OffsetSize() const { return offset_size_; }
+
+ // Indicate that section offsets and lengths are SIZE bytes long. SIZE
+ // must be either 4 (meaning 32-bit DWARF) or 8 (meaning 64-bit DWARF).
+ // Usually, you should not call this function yourself; instead, let a
+ // call to ReadInitialLength establish the data's offset size
+ // automatically.
+ void SetOffsetSize(uint8 size);
+
+ // The Linux C++ ABI uses a variant of DWARF call frame information
+ // for exception handling. This data is included in the program's
+ // address space as the ".eh_frame" section, and intepreted at
+ // runtime to walk the stack, find exception handlers, and run
+ // cleanup code. The format is mostly the same as DWARF CFI, with
+ // some adjustments made to provide the additional
+ // exception-handling data, and to make the data easier to work with
+ // in memory --- for example, to allow it to be placed in read-only
+ // memory even when describing position-independent code.
+ //
+ // In particular, exception handling data can select a number of
+ // different encodings for pointers that appear in the data, as
+ // described by the DwarfPointerEncoding enum. There are actually
+ // four axes(!) to the encoding:
+ //
+ // - The pointer size: pointers can be 2, 4, or 8 bytes long, or use
+ // the DWARF LEB128 encoding.
+ //
+ // - The pointer's signedness: pointers can be signed or unsigned.
+ //
+ // - The pointer's base address: the data stored in the exception
+ // handling data can be the actual address (that is, an absolute
+ // pointer), or relative to one of a number of different base
+ // addreses --- including that of the encoded pointer itself, for
+ // a form of "pc-relative" addressing.
+ //
+ // - The pointer may be indirect: it may be the address where the
+ // true pointer is stored. (This is used to refer to things via
+ // global offset table entries, program linkage table entries, or
+ // other tricks used in position-independent code.)
+ //
+ // There are also two options that fall outside that matrix
+ // altogether: the pointer may be omitted, or it may have padding to
+ // align it on an appropriate address boundary. (That last option
+ // may seem like it should be just another axis, but it is not.)
+
+ // Indicate that the exception handling data is loaded starting at
+ // SECTION_BASE, and that the start of its buffer in our own memory
+ // is BUFFER_BASE. This allows us to find the address that a given
+ // byte in our buffer would have when loaded into the program the
+ // data describes. We need this to resolve DW_EH_PE_pcrel pointers.
+ void SetCFIDataBase(uint64 section_base, const char *buffer_base);
+
+ // Indicate that the base address of the program's ".text" section
+ // is TEXT_BASE. We need this to resolve DW_EH_PE_textrel pointers.
+ void SetTextBase(uint64 text_base);
+
+ // Indicate that the base address for DW_EH_PE_datarel pointers is
+ // DATA_BASE. The proper value depends on the ABI; it is usually the
+ // address of the global offset table, held in a designated register in
+ // position-independent code. You will need to look at the startup code
+ // for the target system to be sure. I tried; my eyes bled.
+ void SetDataBase(uint64 data_base);
+
+ // Indicate that the base address for the FDE we are processing is
+ // FUNCTION_BASE. This is the start address of DW_EH_PE_funcrel
+ // pointers. (This encoding does not seem to be used by the GNU
+ // toolchain.)
+ void SetFunctionBase(uint64 function_base);
+
+ // Indicate that we are no longer processing any FDE, so any use of
+ // a DW_EH_PE_funcrel encoding is an error.
+ void ClearFunctionBase();
+
+ // Return true if ENCODING is a valid pointer encoding.
+ bool ValidEncoding(DwarfPointerEncoding encoding) const;
+
+ // Return true if we have all the information we need to read a
+ // pointer that uses ENCODING. This checks that the appropriate
+ // SetFooBase function for ENCODING has been called.
+ bool UsableEncoding(DwarfPointerEncoding encoding) const;
+
+ // Read an encoded pointer from BUFFER using ENCODING; return the
+ // absolute address it represents, and set *LEN to the pointer's
+ // length in bytes, including any padding for aligned pointers.
+ //
+ // This function calls 'abort' if ENCODING is invalid or refers to a
+ // base address this reader hasn't been given, so you should check
+ // with ValidEncoding and UsableEncoding first if you would rather
+ // die in a more helpful way.
+ uint64 ReadEncodedPointer(const char *buffer, DwarfPointerEncoding encoding,
+ size_t *len) const;
+
+ private:
+
+ // Function pointer type for our address and offset readers.
+ typedef uint64 (ByteReader::*AddressReader)(const char*) const;
+
+ // Read an offset from BUFFER and return it as an unsigned 64 bit
+ // integer. DWARF2/3 define offsets as either 4 or 8 bytes,
+ // generally depending on the amount of DWARF2/3 info present.
+ // This function pointer gets set by SetOffsetSize.
+ AddressReader offset_reader_;
+
+ // Read an address from BUFFER and return it as an unsigned 64 bit
+ // integer. DWARF2/3 allow addresses to be any size from 0-255
+ // bytes currently. Internally we support 4 and 8 byte addresses,
+ // and will CHECK on anything else.
+ // This function pointer gets set by SetAddressSize.
+ AddressReader address_reader_;
+
+ Endianness endian_;
+ uint8 address_size_;
+ uint8 offset_size_;
+
+ // Base addresses for Linux C++ exception handling data's encoded pointers.
+ bool have_section_base_, have_text_base_, have_data_base_;
+ bool have_function_base_;
+ uint64 section_base_, text_base_, data_base_, function_base_;
+ const char *buffer_base_;
+};
+
+} // namespace dwarf2reader
+
+#endif // COMMON_DWARF_BYTEREADER_H__
diff --git a/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/dwarf/dwarf2diehandler.cc b/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/dwarf/dwarf2diehandler.cc
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..c741d69
--- /dev/null
+++ b/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/dwarf/dwarf2diehandler.cc
@@ -0,0 +1,199 @@
+// Copyright (c) 2010 Google Inc. All Rights Reserved.
+//
+// Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
+// modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are
+// met:
+//
+// * Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright
+// notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
+// * Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above
+// copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer
+// in the documentation and/or other materials provided with the
+// distribution.
+// * Neither the name of Google Inc. nor the names of its
+// contributors may be used to endorse or promote products derived from
+// this software without specific prior written permission.
+//
+// THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS AND CONTRIBUTORS
+// "AS IS" AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT
+// LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR
+// A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE COPYRIGHT
+// OWNER OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL,
+// SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT
+// LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE,
+// DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY
+// THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT
+// (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE
+// OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
+
+// Original author: Jim Blandy <jimb@mozilla.com> <jimb@red-bean.com>
+
+// dwarf2diehandler.cc: Implement the dwarf2reader::DieDispatcher class.
+// See dwarf2diehandler.h for details.
+
+#include <assert.h>
+
+#include <string>
+
+#include "common/dwarf/dwarf2diehandler.h"
+#include "common/using_std_string.h"
+
+namespace dwarf2reader {
+
+DIEDispatcher::~DIEDispatcher() {
+ while (!die_handlers_.empty()) {
+ HandlerStack &entry = die_handlers_.top();
+ if (entry.handler_ != root_handler_)
+ delete entry.handler_;
+ die_handlers_.pop();
+ }
+}
+
+bool DIEDispatcher::StartCompilationUnit(uint64 offset, uint8 address_size,
+ uint8 offset_size, uint64 cu_length,
+ uint8 dwarf_version) {
+ return root_handler_->StartCompilationUnit(offset, address_size,
+ offset_size, cu_length,
+ dwarf_version);
+}
+
+bool DIEDispatcher::StartDIE(uint64 offset, enum DwarfTag tag,
+ const AttributeList& attrs) {
+ // The stack entry for the parent of this DIE, if there is one.
+ HandlerStack *parent = die_handlers_.empty() ? NULL : &die_handlers_.top();
+
+ // Does this call indicate that we're done receiving the parent's
+ // attributes' values? If so, call its EndAttributes member function.
+ if (parent && parent->handler_ && !parent->reported_attributes_end_) {
+ parent->reported_attributes_end_ = true;
+ if (!parent->handler_->EndAttributes()) {
+ // Finish off this handler now. and edit *PARENT to indicate that
+ // we don't want to visit any of the children.
+ parent->handler_->Finish();
+ if (parent->handler_ != root_handler_)
+ delete parent->handler_;
+ parent->handler_ = NULL;
+ return false;
+ }
+ }
+
+ // Find a handler for this DIE.
+ DIEHandler *handler;
+ if (parent) {
+ if (parent->handler_)
+ // Ask the parent to find a handler.
+ handler = parent->handler_->FindChildHandler(offset, tag, attrs);
+ else
+ // No parent handler means we're not interested in any of our
+ // children.
+ handler = NULL;
+ } else {
+ // This is the root DIE. For a non-root DIE, the parent's handler
+ // decides whether to visit it, but the root DIE has no parent
+ // handler, so we have a special method on the root DIE handler
+ // itself to decide.
+ if (root_handler_->StartRootDIE(offset, tag, attrs))
+ handler = root_handler_;
+ else
+ handler = NULL;
+ }
+
+ // Push a handler stack entry for this new handler. As an
+ // optimization, we don't push NULL-handler entries on top of other
+ // NULL-handler entries; we just let the oldest such entry stand for
+ // the whole subtree.
+ if (handler || !parent || parent->handler_) {
+ HandlerStack entry;
+ entry.offset_ = offset;
+ entry.handler_ = handler;
+ entry.reported_attributes_end_ = false;
+ die_handlers_.push(entry);
+ }
+
+ return handler != NULL;
+}
+
+void DIEDispatcher::EndDIE(uint64 offset) {
+ assert(!die_handlers_.empty());
+ HandlerStack *entry = &die_handlers_.top();
+ if (entry->handler_) {
+ // This entry had better be the handler for this DIE.
+ assert(entry->offset_ == offset);
+ // If a DIE has no children, this EndDIE call indicates that we're
+ // done receiving its attributes' values.
+ if (!entry->reported_attributes_end_)
+ entry->handler_->EndAttributes(); // Ignore return value: no children.
+ entry->handler_->Finish();
+ if (entry->handler_ != root_handler_)
+ delete entry->handler_;
+ } else {
+ // If this DIE is within a tree we're ignoring, then don't pop the
+ // handler stack: that entry stands for the whole tree.
+ if (entry->offset_ != offset)
+ return;
+ }
+ die_handlers_.pop();
+}
+
+void DIEDispatcher::ProcessAttributeUnsigned(uint64 offset,
+ enum DwarfAttribute attr,
+ enum DwarfForm form,
+ uint64 data) {
+ HandlerStack &current = die_handlers_.top();
+ // This had better be an attribute of the DIE we were meant to handle.
+ assert(offset == current.offset_);
+ current.handler_->ProcessAttributeUnsigned(attr, form, data);
+}
+
+void DIEDispatcher::ProcessAttributeSigned(uint64 offset,
+ enum DwarfAttribute attr,
+ enum DwarfForm form,
+ int64 data) {
+ HandlerStack &current = die_handlers_.top();
+ // This had better be an attribute of the DIE we were meant to handle.
+ assert(offset == current.offset_);
+ current.handler_->ProcessAttributeSigned(attr, form, data);
+}
+
+void DIEDispatcher::ProcessAttributeReference(uint64 offset,
+ enum DwarfAttribute attr,
+ enum DwarfForm form,
+ uint64 data) {
+ HandlerStack &current = die_handlers_.top();
+ // This had better be an attribute of the DIE we were meant to handle.
+ assert(offset == current.offset_);
+ current.handler_->ProcessAttributeReference(attr, form, data);
+}
+
+void DIEDispatcher::ProcessAttributeBuffer(uint64 offset,
+ enum DwarfAttribute attr,
+ enum DwarfForm form,
+ const char* data,
+ uint64 len) {
+ HandlerStack &current = die_handlers_.top();
+ // This had better be an attribute of the DIE we were meant to handle.
+ assert(offset == current.offset_);
+ current.handler_->ProcessAttributeBuffer(attr, form, data, len);
+}
+
+void DIEDispatcher::ProcessAttributeString(uint64 offset,
+ enum DwarfAttribute attr,
+ enum DwarfForm form,
+ const string& data) {
+ HandlerStack &current = die_handlers_.top();
+ // This had better be an attribute of the DIE we were meant to handle.
+ assert(offset == current.offset_);
+ current.handler_->ProcessAttributeString(attr, form, data);
+}
+
+void DIEDispatcher::ProcessAttributeSignature(uint64 offset,
+ enum DwarfAttribute attr,
+ enum DwarfForm form,
+ uint64 signature) {
+ HandlerStack &current = die_handlers_.top();
+ // This had better be an attribute of the DIE we were meant to handle.
+ assert(offset == current.offset_);
+ current.handler_->ProcessAttributeSignature(attr, form, signature);
+}
+
+} // namespace dwarf2reader
diff --git a/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/dwarf/dwarf2diehandler.h b/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/dwarf/dwarf2diehandler.h
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..12b8d3a
--- /dev/null
+++ b/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/dwarf/dwarf2diehandler.h
@@ -0,0 +1,367 @@
+// -*- mode: c++ -*-
+
+// Copyright (c) 2010 Google Inc. All Rights Reserved.
+//
+// Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
+// modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are
+// met:
+//
+// * Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright
+// notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
+// * Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above
+// copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer
+// in the documentation and/or other materials provided with the
+// distribution.
+// * Neither the name of Google Inc. nor the names of its
+// contributors may be used to endorse or promote products derived from
+// this software without specific prior written permission.
+//
+// THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS AND CONTRIBUTORS
+// "AS IS" AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT
+// LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR
+// A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE COPYRIGHT
+// OWNER OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL,
+// SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT
+// LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE,
+// DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY
+// THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT
+// (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE
+// OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
+
+// Original author: Jim Blandy <jimb@mozilla.com> <jimb@red-bean.com>
+
+// dwarf2reader::CompilationUnit is a simple and direct parser for
+// DWARF data, but its handler interface is not convenient to use. In
+// particular:
+//
+// - CompilationUnit calls Dwarf2Handler's member functions to report
+// every attribute's value, regardless of what sort of DIE it is.
+// As a result, the ProcessAttributeX functions end up looking like
+// this:
+//
+// switch (parent_die_tag) {
+// case DW_TAG_x:
+// switch (attribute_name) {
+// case DW_AT_y:
+// handle attribute y of DIE type x
+// ...
+// } break;
+// ...
+// }
+//
+// In C++ it's much nicer to use virtual function dispatch to find
+// the right code for a given case than to switch on the DIE tag
+// like this.
+//
+// - Processing different kinds of DIEs requires different sets of
+// data: lexical block DIEs have start and end addresses, but struct
+// type DIEs don't. It would be nice to be able to have separate
+// handler classes for separate kinds of DIEs, each with the members
+// appropriate to its role, instead of having one handler class that
+// needs to hold data for every DIE type.
+//
+// - There should be a separate instance of the appropriate handler
+// class for each DIE, instead of a single object with tables
+// tracking all the dies in the compilation unit.
+//
+// - It's not convenient to take some action after all a DIE's
+// attributes have been seen, but before visiting any of its
+// children. The only indication you have that a DIE's attribute
+// list is complete is that you get either a StartDIE or an EndDIE
+// call.
+//
+// - It's not convenient to make use of the tree structure of the
+// DIEs. Skipping all the children of a given die requires
+// maintaining state and returning false from StartDIE until we get
+// an EndDIE call with the appropriate offset.
+//
+// This interface tries to take care of all that. (You're shocked, I'm sure.)
+//
+// Using the classes here, you provide an initial handler for the root
+// DIE of the compilation unit. Each handler receives its DIE's
+// attributes, and provides fresh handler objects for children of
+// interest, if any. The three classes are:
+//
+// - DIEHandler: the base class for your DIE-type-specific handler
+// classes.
+//
+// - RootDIEHandler: derived from DIEHandler, the base class for your
+// root DIE handler class.
+//
+// - DIEDispatcher: derived from Dwarf2Handler, an instance of this
+// invokes your DIE-type-specific handler objects.
+//
+// In detail:
+//
+// - Define handler classes specialized for the DIE types you're
+// interested in. These handler classes must inherit from
+// DIEHandler. Thus:
+//
+// class My_DW_TAG_X_Handler: public DIEHandler { ... };
+// class My_DW_TAG_Y_Handler: public DIEHandler { ... };
+//
+// DIEHandler subclasses needn't correspond exactly to single DIE
+// types, as shown here; the point is that you can have several
+// different classes appropriate to different kinds of DIEs.
+//
+// - In particular, define a handler class for the compilation
+// unit's root DIE, that inherits from RootDIEHandler:
+//
+// class My_DW_TAG_compile_unit_Handler: public RootDIEHandler { ... };
+//
+// RootDIEHandler inherits from DIEHandler, adding a few additional
+// member functions for examining the compilation unit as a whole,
+// and other quirks of rootness.
+//
+// - Then, create a DIEDispatcher instance, passing it an instance of
+// your root DIE handler class, and use that DIEDispatcher as the
+// dwarf2reader::CompilationUnit's handler:
+//
+// My_DW_TAG_compile_unit_Handler root_die_handler(...);
+// DIEDispatcher die_dispatcher(&root_die_handler);
+// CompilationUnit reader(sections, offset, bytereader, &die_dispatcher);
+//
+// Here, 'die_dispatcher' acts as a shim between 'reader' and the
+// various DIE-specific handlers you have defined.
+//
+// - When you call reader.Start(), die_dispatcher behaves as follows,
+// starting with your root die handler and the compilation unit's
+// root DIE:
+//
+// - It calls the handler's ProcessAttributeX member functions for
+// each of the DIE's attributes.
+//
+// - It calls the handler's EndAttributes member function. This
+// should return true if any of the DIE's children should be
+// visited, in which case:
+//
+// - For each of the DIE's children, die_dispatcher calls the
+// DIE's handler's FindChildHandler member function. If that
+// returns a pointer to a DIEHandler instance, then
+// die_dispatcher uses that handler to process the child, using
+// this procedure recursively. Alternatively, if
+// FindChildHandler returns NULL, die_dispatcher ignores that
+// child and its descendants.
+//
+// - When die_dispatcher has finished processing all the DIE's
+// children, it invokes the handler's Finish() member function,
+// and destroys the handler. (As a special case, it doesn't
+// destroy the root DIE handler.)
+//
+// This allows the code for handling a particular kind of DIE to be
+// gathered together in a single class, makes it easy to skip all the
+// children or individual children of a particular DIE, and provides
+// appropriate parental context for each die.
+
+#ifndef COMMON_DWARF_DWARF2DIEHANDLER_H__
+#define COMMON_DWARF_DWARF2DIEHANDLER_H__
+
+#include <stack>
+#include <string>
+
+#include "common/dwarf/types.h"
+#include "common/dwarf/dwarf2enums.h"
+#include "common/dwarf/dwarf2reader.h"
+#include "common/using_std_string.h"
+
+namespace dwarf2reader {
+
+// A base class for handlers for specific DIE types. The series of
+// calls made on a DIE handler is as follows:
+//
+// - for each attribute of the DIE:
+// - ProcessAttributeX()
+// - EndAttributes()
+// - if that returned true, then for each child:
+// - FindChildHandler()
+// - if that returns a non-NULL pointer to a new handler:
+// - recurse, with the new handler and the child die
+// - Finish()
+// - destruction
+class DIEHandler {
+ public:
+ DIEHandler() { }
+ virtual ~DIEHandler() { }
+
+ // When we visit a DIE, we first use these member functions to
+ // report the DIE's attributes and their values. These have the
+ // same restrictions as the corresponding member functions of
+ // dwarf2reader::Dwarf2Handler.
+ //
+ // Since DWARF does not specify in what order attributes must
+ // appear, avoid making decisions in these functions that would be
+ // affected by the presence of other attributes. The EndAttributes
+ // function is a more appropriate place for such work, as all the
+ // DIE's attributes have been seen at that point.
+ //
+ // The default definitions ignore the values they are passed.
+ virtual void ProcessAttributeUnsigned(enum DwarfAttribute attr,
+ enum DwarfForm form,
+ uint64 data) { }
+ virtual void ProcessAttributeSigned(enum DwarfAttribute attr,
+ enum DwarfForm form,
+ int64 data) { }
+ virtual void ProcessAttributeReference(enum DwarfAttribute attr,
+ enum DwarfForm form,
+ uint64 data) { }
+ virtual void ProcessAttributeBuffer(enum DwarfAttribute attr,
+ enum DwarfForm form,
+ const char* data,
+ uint64 len) { }
+ virtual void ProcessAttributeString(enum DwarfAttribute attr,
+ enum DwarfForm form,
+ const string& data) { }
+ virtual void ProcessAttributeSignature(enum DwarfAttribute attr,
+ enum DwarfForm form,
+ uint64 signture) { }
+
+ // Once we have reported all the DIE's attributes' values, we call
+ // this member function. If it returns false, we skip all the DIE's
+ // children. If it returns true, we call FindChildHandler on each
+ // child. If that returns a handler object, we use that to visit
+ // the child; otherwise, we skip the child.
+ //
+ // This is a good place to make decisions that depend on more than
+ // one attribute. DWARF does not specify in what order attributes
+ // must appear, so only when the EndAttributes function is called
+ // does the handler have a complete picture of the DIE's attributes.
+ //
+ // The default definition elects to ignore the DIE's children.
+ // You'll need to override this if you override FindChildHandler,
+ // but at least the default behavior isn't to pass the children to
+ // FindChildHandler, which then ignores them all.
+ virtual bool EndAttributes() { return false; }
+
+ // If EndAttributes returns true to indicate that some of the DIE's
+ // children might be of interest, then we apply this function to
+ // each of the DIE's children. If it returns a handler object, then
+ // we use that to visit the child DIE. If it returns NULL, we skip
+ // that child DIE (and all its descendants).
+ //
+ // OFFSET is the offset of the child; TAG indicates what kind of DIE
+ // it is; and ATTRS is the list of attributes the DIE will have, and
+ // their forms (their values are not provided).
+ //
+ // The default definition skips all children.
+ virtual DIEHandler *FindChildHandler(uint64 offset, enum DwarfTag tag,
+ const AttributeList &attrs) {
+ return NULL;
+ }
+
+ // When we are done processing a DIE, we call this member function.
+ // This happens after the EndAttributes call, all FindChildHandler
+ // calls (if any), and all operations on the children themselves (if
+ // any). We call Finish on every handler --- even if EndAttributes
+ // returns false.
+ virtual void Finish() { };
+};
+
+// A subclass of DIEHandler, with additional kludges for handling the
+// compilation unit's root die.
+class RootDIEHandler: public DIEHandler {
+ public:
+ RootDIEHandler() { }
+ virtual ~RootDIEHandler() { }
+
+ // We pass the values reported via Dwarf2Handler::StartCompilationUnit
+ // to this member function, and skip the entire compilation unit if it
+ // returns false. So the root DIE handler is actually also
+ // responsible for handling the compilation unit metadata.
+ // The default definition always visits the compilation unit.
+ virtual bool StartCompilationUnit(uint64 offset, uint8 address_size,
+ uint8 offset_size, uint64 cu_length,
+ uint8 dwarf_version) { return true; }
+
+ // For the root DIE handler only, we pass the offset, tag and
+ // attributes of the compilation unit's root DIE. This is the only
+ // way the root DIE handler can find the root DIE's tag. If this
+ // function returns true, we will visit the root DIE using the usual
+ // DIEHandler methods; otherwise, we skip the entire compilation
+ // unit.
+ //
+ // The default definition elects to visit the root DIE.
+ virtual bool StartRootDIE(uint64 offset, enum DwarfTag tag,
+ const AttributeList& attrs) { return true; }
+};
+
+class DIEDispatcher: public Dwarf2Handler {
+ public:
+ // Create a Dwarf2Handler which uses ROOT_HANDLER as the handler for
+ // the compilation unit's root die, as described for the DIEHandler
+ // class.
+ DIEDispatcher(RootDIEHandler *root_handler) : root_handler_(root_handler) { }
+ // Destroying a DIEDispatcher destroys all active handler objects
+ // except the root handler.
+ ~DIEDispatcher();
+ bool StartCompilationUnit(uint64 offset, uint8 address_size,
+ uint8 offset_size, uint64 cu_length,
+ uint8 dwarf_version);
+ bool StartDIE(uint64 offset, enum DwarfTag tag,
+ const AttributeList &attrs);
+ void ProcessAttributeUnsigned(uint64 offset,
+ enum DwarfAttribute attr,
+ enum DwarfForm form,
+ uint64 data);
+ void ProcessAttributeSigned(uint64 offset,
+ enum DwarfAttribute attr,
+ enum DwarfForm form,
+ int64 data);
+ void ProcessAttributeReference(uint64 offset,
+ enum DwarfAttribute attr,
+ enum DwarfForm form,
+ uint64 data);
+ void ProcessAttributeBuffer(uint64 offset,
+ enum DwarfAttribute attr,
+ enum DwarfForm form,
+ const char* data,
+ uint64 len);
+ void ProcessAttributeString(uint64 offset,
+ enum DwarfAttribute attr,
+ enum DwarfForm form,
+ const string &data);
+ void ProcessAttributeSignature(uint64 offset,
+ enum DwarfAttribute attr,
+ enum DwarfForm form,
+ uint64 signature);
+ void EndDIE(uint64 offset);
+
+ private:
+
+ // The type of a handler stack entry. This includes some fields
+ // which don't really need to be on the stack --- they could just be
+ // single data members of DIEDispatcher --- but putting them here
+ // makes it easier to see that the code is correct.
+ struct HandlerStack {
+ // The offset of the DIE for this handler stack entry.
+ uint64 offset_;
+
+ // The handler object interested in this DIE's attributes and
+ // children. If NULL, we're not interested in either.
+ DIEHandler *handler_;
+
+ // Have we reported the end of this DIE's attributes to the handler?
+ bool reported_attributes_end_;
+ };
+
+ // Stack of DIE attribute handlers. At StartDIE(D), the top of the
+ // stack is the handler of D's parent, whom we may ask for a handler
+ // for D itself. At EndDIE(D), the top of the stack is D's handler.
+ // Special cases:
+ //
+ // - Before we've seen the compilation unit's root DIE, the stack is
+ // empty; we'll call root_handler_'s special member functions, and
+ // perhaps push root_handler_ on the stack to look at the root's
+ // immediate children.
+ //
+ // - When we decide to ignore a subtree, we only push an entry on
+ // the stack for the root of the tree being ignored, rather than
+ // pushing lots of stack entries with handler_ set to NULL.
+ std::stack<HandlerStack> die_handlers_;
+
+ // The root handler. We don't push it on die_handlers_ until we
+ // actually get the StartDIE call for the root.
+ RootDIEHandler *root_handler_;
+};
+
+} // namespace dwarf2reader
+#endif // COMMON_DWARF_DWARF2DIEHANDLER_H__
diff --git a/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/dwarf/dwarf2enums.h b/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/dwarf/dwarf2enums.h
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..5565d66
--- /dev/null
+++ b/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/dwarf/dwarf2enums.h
@@ -0,0 +1,650 @@
+// -*- mode: c++ -*-
+
+// Copyright (c) 2010 Google Inc. All Rights Reserved.
+//
+// Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
+// modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are
+// met:
+//
+// * Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright
+// notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
+// * Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above
+// copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer
+// in the documentation and/or other materials provided with the
+// distribution.
+// * Neither the name of Google Inc. nor the names of its
+// contributors may be used to endorse or promote products derived from
+// this software without specific prior written permission.
+//
+// THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS AND CONTRIBUTORS
+// "AS IS" AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT
+// LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR
+// A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE COPYRIGHT
+// OWNER OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL,
+// SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT
+// LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE,
+// DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY
+// THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT
+// (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE
+// OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
+
+#ifndef COMMON_DWARF_DWARF2ENUMS_H__
+#define COMMON_DWARF_DWARF2ENUMS_H__
+
+namespace dwarf2reader {
+
+// These enums do not follow the google3 style only because they are
+// known universally (specs, other implementations) by the names in
+// exactly this capitalization.
+// Tag names and codes.
+enum DwarfTag {
+ DW_TAG_padding = 0x00,
+ DW_TAG_array_type = 0x01,
+ DW_TAG_class_type = 0x02,
+ DW_TAG_entry_point = 0x03,
+ DW_TAG_enumeration_type = 0x04,
+ DW_TAG_formal_parameter = 0x05,
+ DW_TAG_imported_declaration = 0x08,
+ DW_TAG_label = 0x0a,
+ DW_TAG_lexical_block = 0x0b,
+ DW_TAG_member = 0x0d,
+ DW_TAG_pointer_type = 0x0f,
+ DW_TAG_reference_type = 0x10,
+ DW_TAG_compile_unit = 0x11,
+ DW_TAG_string_type = 0x12,
+ DW_TAG_structure_type = 0x13,
+ DW_TAG_subroutine_type = 0x15,
+ DW_TAG_typedef = 0x16,
+ DW_TAG_union_type = 0x17,
+ DW_TAG_unspecified_parameters = 0x18,
+ DW_TAG_variant = 0x19,
+ DW_TAG_common_block = 0x1a,
+ DW_TAG_common_inclusion = 0x1b,
+ DW_TAG_inheritance = 0x1c,
+ DW_TAG_inlined_subroutine = 0x1d,
+ DW_TAG_module = 0x1e,
+ DW_TAG_ptr_to_member_type = 0x1f,
+ DW_TAG_set_type = 0x20,
+ DW_TAG_subrange_type = 0x21,
+ DW_TAG_with_stmt = 0x22,
+ DW_TAG_access_declaration = 0x23,
+ DW_TAG_base_type = 0x24,
+ DW_TAG_catch_block = 0x25,
+ DW_TAG_const_type = 0x26,
+ DW_TAG_constant = 0x27,
+ DW_TAG_enumerator = 0x28,
+ DW_TAG_file_type = 0x29,
+ DW_TAG_friend = 0x2a,
+ DW_TAG_namelist = 0x2b,
+ DW_TAG_namelist_item = 0x2c,
+ DW_TAG_packed_type = 0x2d,
+ DW_TAG_subprogram = 0x2e,
+ DW_TAG_template_type_param = 0x2f,
+ DW_TAG_template_value_param = 0x30,
+ DW_TAG_thrown_type = 0x31,
+ DW_TAG_try_block = 0x32,
+ DW_TAG_variant_part = 0x33,
+ DW_TAG_variable = 0x34,
+ DW_TAG_volatile_type = 0x35,
+ // DWARF 3.
+ DW_TAG_dwarf_procedure = 0x36,
+ DW_TAG_restrict_type = 0x37,
+ DW_TAG_interface_type = 0x38,
+ DW_TAG_namespace = 0x39,
+ DW_TAG_imported_module = 0x3a,
+ DW_TAG_unspecified_type = 0x3b,
+ DW_TAG_partial_unit = 0x3c,
+ DW_TAG_imported_unit = 0x3d,
+ // SGI/MIPS Extensions.
+ DW_TAG_MIPS_loop = 0x4081,
+ // HP extensions. See:
+ // ftp://ftp.hp.com/pub/lang/tools/WDB/wdb-4.0.tar.gz
+ DW_TAG_HP_array_descriptor = 0x4090,
+ // GNU extensions.
+ DW_TAG_format_label = 0x4101, // For FORTRAN 77 and Fortran 90.
+ DW_TAG_function_template = 0x4102, // For C++.
+ DW_TAG_class_template = 0x4103, // For C++.
+ DW_TAG_GNU_BINCL = 0x4104,
+ DW_TAG_GNU_EINCL = 0x4105,
+ // Extensions for UPC. See: http://upc.gwu.edu/~upc.
+ DW_TAG_upc_shared_type = 0x8765,
+ DW_TAG_upc_strict_type = 0x8766,
+ DW_TAG_upc_relaxed_type = 0x8767,
+ // PGI (STMicroelectronics) extensions. No documentation available.
+ DW_TAG_PGI_kanji_type = 0xA000,
+ DW_TAG_PGI_interface_block = 0xA020
+};
+
+
+enum DwarfHasChild {
+ DW_children_no = 0,
+ DW_children_yes = 1
+};
+
+// Form names and codes.
+enum DwarfForm {
+ DW_FORM_addr = 0x01,
+ DW_FORM_block2 = 0x03,
+ DW_FORM_block4 = 0x04,
+ DW_FORM_data2 = 0x05,
+ DW_FORM_data4 = 0x06,
+ DW_FORM_data8 = 0x07,
+ DW_FORM_string = 0x08,
+ DW_FORM_block = 0x09,
+ DW_FORM_block1 = 0x0a,
+ DW_FORM_data1 = 0x0b,
+ DW_FORM_flag = 0x0c,
+ DW_FORM_sdata = 0x0d,
+ DW_FORM_strp = 0x0e,
+ DW_FORM_udata = 0x0f,
+ DW_FORM_ref_addr = 0x10,
+ DW_FORM_ref1 = 0x11,
+ DW_FORM_ref2 = 0x12,
+ DW_FORM_ref4 = 0x13,
+ DW_FORM_ref8 = 0x14,
+ DW_FORM_ref_udata = 0x15,
+ DW_FORM_indirect = 0x16,
+
+ // Added in DWARF 4:
+ DW_FORM_sec_offset = 0x17,
+ DW_FORM_exprloc = 0x18,
+ DW_FORM_flag_present = 0x19,
+ DW_FORM_ref_sig8 = 0x20
+};
+
+// Attribute names and codes
+enum DwarfAttribute {
+ DW_AT_sibling = 0x01,
+ DW_AT_location = 0x02,
+ DW_AT_name = 0x03,
+ DW_AT_ordering = 0x09,
+ DW_AT_subscr_data = 0x0a,
+ DW_AT_byte_size = 0x0b,
+ DW_AT_bit_offset = 0x0c,
+ DW_AT_bit_size = 0x0d,
+ DW_AT_element_list = 0x0f,
+ DW_AT_stmt_list = 0x10,
+ DW_AT_low_pc = 0x11,
+ DW_AT_high_pc = 0x12,
+ DW_AT_language = 0x13,
+ DW_AT_member = 0x14,
+ DW_AT_discr = 0x15,
+ DW_AT_discr_value = 0x16,
+ DW_AT_visibility = 0x17,
+ DW_AT_import = 0x18,
+ DW_AT_string_length = 0x19,
+ DW_AT_common_reference = 0x1a,
+ DW_AT_comp_dir = 0x1b,
+ DW_AT_const_value = 0x1c,
+ DW_AT_containing_type = 0x1d,
+ DW_AT_default_value = 0x1e,
+ DW_AT_inline = 0x20,
+ DW_AT_is_optional = 0x21,
+ DW_AT_lower_bound = 0x22,
+ DW_AT_producer = 0x25,
+ DW_AT_prototyped = 0x27,
+ DW_AT_return_addr = 0x2a,
+ DW_AT_start_scope = 0x2c,
+ DW_AT_stride_size = 0x2e,
+ DW_AT_upper_bound = 0x2f,
+ DW_AT_abstract_origin = 0x31,
+ DW_AT_accessibility = 0x32,
+ DW_AT_address_class = 0x33,
+ DW_AT_artificial = 0x34,
+ DW_AT_base_types = 0x35,
+ DW_AT_calling_convention = 0x36,
+ DW_AT_count = 0x37,
+ DW_AT_data_member_location = 0x38,
+ DW_AT_decl_column = 0x39,
+ DW_AT_decl_file = 0x3a,
+ DW_AT_decl_line = 0x3b,
+ DW_AT_declaration = 0x3c,
+ DW_AT_discr_list = 0x3d,
+ DW_AT_encoding = 0x3e,
+ DW_AT_external = 0x3f,
+ DW_AT_frame_base = 0x40,
+ DW_AT_friend = 0x41,
+ DW_AT_identifier_case = 0x42,
+ DW_AT_macro_info = 0x43,
+ DW_AT_namelist_items = 0x44,
+ DW_AT_priority = 0x45,
+ DW_AT_segment = 0x46,
+ DW_AT_specification = 0x47,
+ DW_AT_static_link = 0x48,
+ DW_AT_type = 0x49,
+ DW_AT_use_location = 0x4a,
+ DW_AT_variable_parameter = 0x4b,
+ DW_AT_virtuality = 0x4c,
+ DW_AT_vtable_elem_location = 0x4d,
+ // DWARF 3 values.
+ DW_AT_allocated = 0x4e,
+ DW_AT_associated = 0x4f,
+ DW_AT_data_location = 0x50,
+ DW_AT_stride = 0x51,
+ DW_AT_entry_pc = 0x52,
+ DW_AT_use_UTF8 = 0x53,
+ DW_AT_extension = 0x54,
+ DW_AT_ranges = 0x55,
+ DW_AT_trampoline = 0x56,
+ DW_AT_call_column = 0x57,
+ DW_AT_call_file = 0x58,
+ DW_AT_call_line = 0x59,
+ // SGI/MIPS extensions.
+ DW_AT_MIPS_fde = 0x2001,
+ DW_AT_MIPS_loop_begin = 0x2002,
+ DW_AT_MIPS_tail_loop_begin = 0x2003,
+ DW_AT_MIPS_epilog_begin = 0x2004,
+ DW_AT_MIPS_loop_unroll_factor = 0x2005,
+ DW_AT_MIPS_software_pipeline_depth = 0x2006,
+ DW_AT_MIPS_linkage_name = 0x2007,
+ DW_AT_MIPS_stride = 0x2008,
+ DW_AT_MIPS_abstract_name = 0x2009,
+ DW_AT_MIPS_clone_origin = 0x200a,
+ DW_AT_MIPS_has_inlines = 0x200b,
+ // HP extensions.
+ DW_AT_HP_block_index = 0x2000,
+ DW_AT_HP_unmodifiable = 0x2001, // Same as DW_AT_MIPS_fde.
+ DW_AT_HP_actuals_stmt_list = 0x2010,
+ DW_AT_HP_proc_per_section = 0x2011,
+ DW_AT_HP_raw_data_ptr = 0x2012,
+ DW_AT_HP_pass_by_reference = 0x2013,
+ DW_AT_HP_opt_level = 0x2014,
+ DW_AT_HP_prof_version_id = 0x2015,
+ DW_AT_HP_opt_flags = 0x2016,
+ DW_AT_HP_cold_region_low_pc = 0x2017,
+ DW_AT_HP_cold_region_high_pc = 0x2018,
+ DW_AT_HP_all_variables_modifiable = 0x2019,
+ DW_AT_HP_linkage_name = 0x201a,
+ DW_AT_HP_prof_flags = 0x201b, // In comp unit of procs_info for -g.
+ // GNU extensions.
+ DW_AT_sf_names = 0x2101,
+ DW_AT_src_info = 0x2102,
+ DW_AT_mac_info = 0x2103,
+ DW_AT_src_coords = 0x2104,
+ DW_AT_body_begin = 0x2105,
+ DW_AT_body_end = 0x2106,
+ DW_AT_GNU_vector = 0x2107,
+ // VMS extensions.
+ DW_AT_VMS_rtnbeg_pd_address = 0x2201,
+ // UPC extension.
+ DW_AT_upc_threads_scaled = 0x3210,
+ // PGI (STMicroelectronics) extensions.
+ DW_AT_PGI_lbase = 0x3a00,
+ DW_AT_PGI_soffset = 0x3a01,
+ DW_AT_PGI_lstride = 0x3a02
+};
+
+
+// Line number opcodes.
+enum DwarfLineNumberOps {
+ DW_LNS_extended_op = 0,
+ DW_LNS_copy = 1,
+ DW_LNS_advance_pc = 2,
+ DW_LNS_advance_line = 3,
+ DW_LNS_set_file = 4,
+ DW_LNS_set_column = 5,
+ DW_LNS_negate_stmt = 6,
+ DW_LNS_set_basic_block = 7,
+ DW_LNS_const_add_pc = 8,
+ DW_LNS_fixed_advance_pc = 9,
+ // DWARF 3.
+ DW_LNS_set_prologue_end = 10,
+ DW_LNS_set_epilogue_begin = 11,
+ DW_LNS_set_isa = 12
+};
+
+// Line number extended opcodes.
+enum DwarfLineNumberExtendedOps {
+ DW_LNE_end_sequence = 1,
+ DW_LNE_set_address = 2,
+ DW_LNE_define_file = 3,
+ // HP extensions.
+ DW_LNE_HP_negate_is_UV_update = 0x11,
+ DW_LNE_HP_push_context = 0x12,
+ DW_LNE_HP_pop_context = 0x13,
+ DW_LNE_HP_set_file_line_column = 0x14,
+ DW_LNE_HP_set_routine_name = 0x15,
+ DW_LNE_HP_set_sequence = 0x16,
+ DW_LNE_HP_negate_post_semantics = 0x17,
+ DW_LNE_HP_negate_function_exit = 0x18,
+ DW_LNE_HP_negate_front_end_logical = 0x19,
+ DW_LNE_HP_define_proc = 0x20
+};
+
+// Type encoding names and codes
+enum DwarfEncoding {
+ DW_ATE_address =0x1,
+ DW_ATE_boolean =0x2,
+ DW_ATE_complex_float =0x3,
+ DW_ATE_float =0x4,
+ DW_ATE_signed =0x5,
+ DW_ATE_signed_char =0x6,
+ DW_ATE_unsigned =0x7,
+ DW_ATE_unsigned_char =0x8,
+ // DWARF3/DWARF3f
+ DW_ATE_imaginary_float =0x9,
+ DW_ATE_packed_decimal =0xa,
+ DW_ATE_numeric_string =0xb,
+ DW_ATE_edited =0xc,
+ DW_ATE_signed_fixed =0xd,
+ DW_ATE_unsigned_fixed =0xe,
+ DW_ATE_decimal_float =0xf,
+ DW_ATE_lo_user =0x80,
+ DW_ATE_hi_user =0xff
+};
+
+// Location virtual machine opcodes
+enum DwarfOpcode {
+ DW_OP_addr =0x03,
+ DW_OP_deref =0x06,
+ DW_OP_const1u =0x08,
+ DW_OP_const1s =0x09,
+ DW_OP_const2u =0x0a,
+ DW_OP_const2s =0x0b,
+ DW_OP_const4u =0x0c,
+ DW_OP_const4s =0x0d,
+ DW_OP_const8u =0x0e,
+ DW_OP_const8s =0x0f,
+ DW_OP_constu =0x10,
+ DW_OP_consts =0x11,
+ DW_OP_dup =0x12,
+ DW_OP_drop =0x13,
+ DW_OP_over =0x14,
+ DW_OP_pick =0x15,
+ DW_OP_swap =0x16,
+ DW_OP_rot =0x17,
+ DW_OP_xderef =0x18,
+ DW_OP_abs =0x19,
+ DW_OP_and =0x1a,
+ DW_OP_div =0x1b,
+ DW_OP_minus =0x1c,
+ DW_OP_mod =0x1d,
+ DW_OP_mul =0x1e,
+ DW_OP_neg =0x1f,
+ DW_OP_not =0x20,
+ DW_OP_or =0x21,
+ DW_OP_plus =0x22,
+ DW_OP_plus_uconst =0x23,
+ DW_OP_shl =0x24,
+ DW_OP_shr =0x25,
+ DW_OP_shra =0x26,
+ DW_OP_xor =0x27,
+ DW_OP_bra =0x28,
+ DW_OP_eq =0x29,
+ DW_OP_ge =0x2a,
+ DW_OP_gt =0x2b,
+ DW_OP_le =0x2c,
+ DW_OP_lt =0x2d,
+ DW_OP_ne =0x2e,
+ DW_OP_skip =0x2f,
+ DW_OP_lit0 =0x30,
+ DW_OP_lit1 =0x31,
+ DW_OP_lit2 =0x32,
+ DW_OP_lit3 =0x33,
+ DW_OP_lit4 =0x34,
+ DW_OP_lit5 =0x35,
+ DW_OP_lit6 =0x36,
+ DW_OP_lit7 =0x37,
+ DW_OP_lit8 =0x38,
+ DW_OP_lit9 =0x39,
+ DW_OP_lit10 =0x3a,
+ DW_OP_lit11 =0x3b,
+ DW_OP_lit12 =0x3c,
+ DW_OP_lit13 =0x3d,
+ DW_OP_lit14 =0x3e,
+ DW_OP_lit15 =0x3f,
+ DW_OP_lit16 =0x40,
+ DW_OP_lit17 =0x41,
+ DW_OP_lit18 =0x42,
+ DW_OP_lit19 =0x43,
+ DW_OP_lit20 =0x44,
+ DW_OP_lit21 =0x45,
+ DW_OP_lit22 =0x46,
+ DW_OP_lit23 =0x47,
+ DW_OP_lit24 =0x48,
+ DW_OP_lit25 =0x49,
+ DW_OP_lit26 =0x4a,
+ DW_OP_lit27 =0x4b,
+ DW_OP_lit28 =0x4c,
+ DW_OP_lit29 =0x4d,
+ DW_OP_lit30 =0x4e,
+ DW_OP_lit31 =0x4f,
+ DW_OP_reg0 =0x50,
+ DW_OP_reg1 =0x51,
+ DW_OP_reg2 =0x52,
+ DW_OP_reg3 =0x53,
+ DW_OP_reg4 =0x54,
+ DW_OP_reg5 =0x55,
+ DW_OP_reg6 =0x56,
+ DW_OP_reg7 =0x57,
+ DW_OP_reg8 =0x58,
+ DW_OP_reg9 =0x59,
+ DW_OP_reg10 =0x5a,
+ DW_OP_reg11 =0x5b,
+ DW_OP_reg12 =0x5c,
+ DW_OP_reg13 =0x5d,
+ DW_OP_reg14 =0x5e,
+ DW_OP_reg15 =0x5f,
+ DW_OP_reg16 =0x60,
+ DW_OP_reg17 =0x61,
+ DW_OP_reg18 =0x62,
+ DW_OP_reg19 =0x63,
+ DW_OP_reg20 =0x64,
+ DW_OP_reg21 =0x65,
+ DW_OP_reg22 =0x66,
+ DW_OP_reg23 =0x67,
+ DW_OP_reg24 =0x68,
+ DW_OP_reg25 =0x69,
+ DW_OP_reg26 =0x6a,
+ DW_OP_reg27 =0x6b,
+ DW_OP_reg28 =0x6c,
+ DW_OP_reg29 =0x6d,
+ DW_OP_reg30 =0x6e,
+ DW_OP_reg31 =0x6f,
+ DW_OP_breg0 =0x70,
+ DW_OP_breg1 =0x71,
+ DW_OP_breg2 =0x72,
+ DW_OP_breg3 =0x73,
+ DW_OP_breg4 =0x74,
+ DW_OP_breg5 =0x75,
+ DW_OP_breg6 =0x76,
+ DW_OP_breg7 =0x77,
+ DW_OP_breg8 =0x78,
+ DW_OP_breg9 =0x79,
+ DW_OP_breg10 =0x7a,
+ DW_OP_breg11 =0x7b,
+ DW_OP_breg12 =0x7c,
+ DW_OP_breg13 =0x7d,
+ DW_OP_breg14 =0x7e,
+ DW_OP_breg15 =0x7f,
+ DW_OP_breg16 =0x80,
+ DW_OP_breg17 =0x81,
+ DW_OP_breg18 =0x82,
+ DW_OP_breg19 =0x83,
+ DW_OP_breg20 =0x84,
+ DW_OP_breg21 =0x85,
+ DW_OP_breg22 =0x86,
+ DW_OP_breg23 =0x87,
+ DW_OP_breg24 =0x88,
+ DW_OP_breg25 =0x89,
+ DW_OP_breg26 =0x8a,
+ DW_OP_breg27 =0x8b,
+ DW_OP_breg28 =0x8c,
+ DW_OP_breg29 =0x8d,
+ DW_OP_breg30 =0x8e,
+ DW_OP_breg31 =0x8f,
+ DW_OP_regX =0x90,
+ DW_OP_fbreg =0x91,
+ DW_OP_bregX =0x92,
+ DW_OP_piece =0x93,
+ DW_OP_deref_size =0x94,
+ DW_OP_xderef_size =0x95,
+ DW_OP_nop =0x96,
+ // DWARF3/DWARF3f
+ DW_OP_push_object_address =0x97,
+ DW_OP_call2 =0x98,
+ DW_OP_call4 =0x99,
+ DW_OP_call_ref =0x9a,
+ DW_OP_form_tls_address =0x9b,
+ DW_OP_call_frame_cfa =0x9c,
+ DW_OP_bit_piece =0x9d,
+ DW_OP_lo_user =0xe0,
+ DW_OP_hi_user =0xff,
+ // GNU extensions
+ DW_OP_GNU_push_tls_address =0xe0
+};
+
+// Source languages. These are values for DW_AT_language.
+enum DwarfLanguage
+ {
+ DW_LANG_none =0x0000,
+ DW_LANG_C89 =0x0001,
+ DW_LANG_C =0x0002,
+ DW_LANG_Ada83 =0x0003,
+ DW_LANG_C_plus_plus =0x0004,
+ DW_LANG_Cobol74 =0x0005,
+ DW_LANG_Cobol85 =0x0006,
+ DW_LANG_Fortran77 =0x0007,
+ DW_LANG_Fortran90 =0x0008,
+ DW_LANG_Pascal83 =0x0009,
+ DW_LANG_Modula2 =0x000a,
+ DW_LANG_Java =0x000b,
+ DW_LANG_C99 =0x000c,
+ DW_LANG_Ada95 =0x000d,
+ DW_LANG_Fortran95 =0x000e,
+ DW_LANG_PLI =0x000f,
+ DW_LANG_ObjC =0x0010,
+ DW_LANG_ObjC_plus_plus =0x0011,
+ DW_LANG_UPC =0x0012,
+ DW_LANG_D =0x0013,
+ // Implementation-defined language code range.
+ DW_LANG_lo_user = 0x8000,
+ DW_LANG_hi_user = 0xffff,
+
+ // Extensions.
+
+ // MIPS assembly language. The GNU toolchain uses this for all
+ // assembly languages, since there's no generic DW_LANG_ value for that.
+ // See include/dwarf2.h in the binutils, gdb, or gcc source trees.
+ DW_LANG_Mips_Assembler =0x8001,
+ DW_LANG_Upc =0x8765 // Unified Parallel C
+ };
+
+// Inline codes. These are values for DW_AT_inline.
+enum DwarfInline {
+ DW_INL_not_inlined =0x0,
+ DW_INL_inlined =0x1,
+ DW_INL_declared_not_inlined =0x2,
+ DW_INL_declared_inlined =0x3
+};
+
+// Call Frame Info instructions.
+enum DwarfCFI
+ {
+ DW_CFA_advance_loc = 0x40,
+ DW_CFA_offset = 0x80,
+ DW_CFA_restore = 0xc0,
+ DW_CFA_nop = 0x00,
+ DW_CFA_set_loc = 0x01,
+ DW_CFA_advance_loc1 = 0x02,
+ DW_CFA_advance_loc2 = 0x03,
+ DW_CFA_advance_loc4 = 0x04,
+ DW_CFA_offset_extended = 0x05,
+ DW_CFA_restore_extended = 0x06,
+ DW_CFA_undefined = 0x07,
+ DW_CFA_same_value = 0x08,
+ DW_CFA_register = 0x09,
+ DW_CFA_remember_state = 0x0a,
+ DW_CFA_restore_state = 0x0b,
+ DW_CFA_def_cfa = 0x0c,
+ DW_CFA_def_cfa_register = 0x0d,
+ DW_CFA_def_cfa_offset = 0x0e,
+ DW_CFA_def_cfa_expression = 0x0f,
+ DW_CFA_expression = 0x10,
+ DW_CFA_offset_extended_sf = 0x11,
+ DW_CFA_def_cfa_sf = 0x12,
+ DW_CFA_def_cfa_offset_sf = 0x13,
+ DW_CFA_val_offset = 0x14,
+ DW_CFA_val_offset_sf = 0x15,
+ DW_CFA_val_expression = 0x16,
+
+ // Opcodes in this range are reserved for user extensions.
+ DW_CFA_lo_user = 0x1c,
+ DW_CFA_hi_user = 0x3f,
+
+ // SGI/MIPS specific.
+ DW_CFA_MIPS_advance_loc8 = 0x1d,
+
+ // GNU extensions.
+ DW_CFA_GNU_window_save = 0x2d,
+ DW_CFA_GNU_args_size = 0x2e,
+ DW_CFA_GNU_negative_offset_extended = 0x2f
+ };
+
+// Exception handling 'z' augmentation letters.
+enum DwarfZAugmentationCodes {
+ // If the CFI augmentation string begins with 'z', then the CIE and FDE
+ // have an augmentation data area just before the instructions, whose
+ // contents are determined by the subsequent augmentation letters.
+ DW_Z_augmentation_start = 'z',
+
+ // If this letter is present in a 'z' augmentation string, the CIE
+ // augmentation data includes a pointer encoding, and the FDE
+ // augmentation data includes a language-specific data area pointer,
+ // represented using that encoding.
+ DW_Z_has_LSDA = 'L',
+
+ // If this letter is present in a 'z' augmentation string, the CIE
+ // augmentation data includes a pointer encoding, followed by a pointer
+ // to a personality routine, represented using that encoding.
+ DW_Z_has_personality_routine = 'P',
+
+ // If this letter is present in a 'z' augmentation string, the CIE
+ // augmentation data includes a pointer encoding describing how the FDE's
+ // initial location, address range, and DW_CFA_set_loc operands are
+ // encoded.
+ DW_Z_has_FDE_address_encoding = 'R',
+
+ // If this letter is present in a 'z' augmentation string, then code
+ // addresses covered by FDEs that cite this CIE are signal delivery
+ // trampolines. Return addresses of frames in trampolines should not be
+ // adjusted as described in section 6.4.4 of the DWARF 3 spec.
+ DW_Z_is_signal_trampoline = 'S'
+};
+
+// Exception handling frame description pointer formats, as described
+// by the Linux Standard Base Core Specification 4.0, section 11.5,
+// DWARF Extensions.
+enum DwarfPointerEncoding
+ {
+ DW_EH_PE_absptr = 0x00,
+ DW_EH_PE_omit = 0xff,
+ DW_EH_PE_uleb128 = 0x01,
+ DW_EH_PE_udata2 = 0x02,
+ DW_EH_PE_udata4 = 0x03,
+ DW_EH_PE_udata8 = 0x04,
+ DW_EH_PE_sleb128 = 0x09,
+ DW_EH_PE_sdata2 = 0x0A,
+ DW_EH_PE_sdata4 = 0x0B,
+ DW_EH_PE_sdata8 = 0x0C,
+ DW_EH_PE_pcrel = 0x10,
+ DW_EH_PE_textrel = 0x20,
+ DW_EH_PE_datarel = 0x30,
+ DW_EH_PE_funcrel = 0x40,
+ DW_EH_PE_aligned = 0x50,
+
+ // The GNU toolchain sources define this enum value as well,
+ // simply to help classify the lower nybble values into signed and
+ // unsigned groups.
+ DW_EH_PE_signed = 0x08,
+
+ // This is not documented in LSB 4.0, but it is used in both the
+ // Linux and OS X toolchains. It can be added to any other
+ // encoding (except DW_EH_PE_aligned), and indicates that the
+ // encoded value represents the address at which the true address
+ // is stored, not the true address itself.
+ DW_EH_PE_indirect = 0x80
+ };
+
+} // namespace dwarf2reader
+#endif // COMMON_DWARF_DWARF2ENUMS_H__
diff --git a/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/dwarf/dwarf2reader.cc b/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/dwarf/dwarf2reader.cc
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..7c1a29d
--- /dev/null
+++ b/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/dwarf/dwarf2reader.cc
@@ -0,0 +1,2340 @@
+// Copyright (c) 2010 Google Inc. All Rights Reserved.
+//
+// Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
+// modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are
+// met:
+//
+// * Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright
+// notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
+// * Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above
+// copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer
+// in the documentation and/or other materials provided with the
+// distribution.
+// * Neither the name of Google Inc. nor the names of its
+// contributors may be used to endorse or promote products derived from
+// this software without specific prior written permission.
+//
+// THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS AND CONTRIBUTORS
+// "AS IS" AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT
+// LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR
+// A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE COPYRIGHT
+// OWNER OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL,
+// SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT
+// LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE,
+// DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY
+// THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT
+// (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE
+// OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
+
+// CFI reader author: Jim Blandy <jimb@mozilla.com> <jimb@red-bean.com>
+
+// Implementation of dwarf2reader::LineInfo, dwarf2reader::CompilationUnit,
+// and dwarf2reader::CallFrameInfo. See dwarf2reader.h for details.
+
+#include "common/dwarf/dwarf2reader.h"
+
+#include <assert.h>
+#include <stdint.h>
+#include <stdio.h>
+#include <string.h>
+
+#include <map>
+#include <memory>
+#include <stack>
+#include <string>
+#include <utility>
+
+#include "common/dwarf/bytereader-inl.h"
+#include "common/dwarf/bytereader.h"
+#include "common/dwarf/line_state_machine.h"
+#include "common/using_std_string.h"
+
+namespace dwarf2reader {
+
+CompilationUnit::CompilationUnit(const SectionMap& sections, uint64 offset,
+ ByteReader* reader, Dwarf2Handler* handler)
+ : offset_from_section_start_(offset), reader_(reader),
+ sections_(sections), handler_(handler), abbrevs_(NULL),
+ string_buffer_(NULL), string_buffer_length_(0) {}
+
+// Read a DWARF2/3 abbreviation section.
+// Each abbrev consists of a abbreviation number, a tag, a byte
+// specifying whether the tag has children, and a list of
+// attribute/form pairs.
+// The list of forms is terminated by a 0 for the attribute, and a
+// zero for the form. The entire abbreviation section is terminated
+// by a zero for the code.
+
+void CompilationUnit::ReadAbbrevs() {
+ if (abbrevs_)
+ return;
+
+ // First get the debug_abbrev section. ".debug_abbrev" is the name
+ // recommended in the DWARF spec, and used on Linux;
+ // "__debug_abbrev" is the name used in Mac OS X Mach-O files.
+ SectionMap::const_iterator iter = sections_.find(".debug_abbrev");
+ if (iter == sections_.end())
+ iter = sections_.find("__debug_abbrev");
+ assert(iter != sections_.end());
+
+ abbrevs_ = new std::vector<Abbrev>;
+ abbrevs_->resize(1);
+
+ // The only way to check whether we are reading over the end of the
+ // buffer would be to first compute the size of the leb128 data by
+ // reading it, then go back and read it again.
+ const char* abbrev_start = iter->second.first +
+ header_.abbrev_offset;
+ const char* abbrevptr = abbrev_start;
+#ifndef NDEBUG
+ const uint64 abbrev_length = iter->second.second - header_.abbrev_offset;
+#endif
+
+ while (1) {
+ CompilationUnit::Abbrev abbrev;
+ size_t len;
+ const uint64 number = reader_->ReadUnsignedLEB128(abbrevptr, &len);
+
+ if (number == 0)
+ break;
+ abbrev.number = number;
+ abbrevptr += len;
+
+ assert(abbrevptr < abbrev_start + abbrev_length);
+ const uint64 tag = reader_->ReadUnsignedLEB128(abbrevptr, &len);
+ abbrevptr += len;
+ abbrev.tag = static_cast<enum DwarfTag>(tag);
+
+ assert(abbrevptr < abbrev_start + abbrev_length);
+ abbrev.has_children = reader_->ReadOneByte(abbrevptr);
+ abbrevptr += 1;
+
+ assert(abbrevptr < abbrev_start + abbrev_length);
+
+ while (1) {
+ const uint64 nametemp = reader_->ReadUnsignedLEB128(abbrevptr, &len);
+ abbrevptr += len;
+
+ assert(abbrevptr < abbrev_start + abbrev_length);
+ const uint64 formtemp = reader_->ReadUnsignedLEB128(abbrevptr, &len);
+ abbrevptr += len;
+ if (nametemp == 0 && formtemp == 0)
+ break;
+
+ const enum DwarfAttribute name =
+ static_cast<enum DwarfAttribute>(nametemp);
+ const enum DwarfForm form = static_cast<enum DwarfForm>(formtemp);
+ abbrev.attributes.push_back(std::make_pair(name, form));
+ }
+ assert(abbrev.number == abbrevs_->size());
+ abbrevs_->push_back(abbrev);
+ }
+}
+
+// Skips a single DIE's attributes.
+const char* CompilationUnit::SkipDIE(const char* start,
+ const Abbrev& abbrev) {
+ for (AttributeList::const_iterator i = abbrev.attributes.begin();
+ i != abbrev.attributes.end();
+ i++) {
+ start = SkipAttribute(start, i->second);
+ }
+ return start;
+}
+
+// Skips a single attribute form's data.
+const char* CompilationUnit::SkipAttribute(const char* start,
+ enum DwarfForm form) {
+ size_t len;
+
+ switch (form) {
+ case DW_FORM_indirect:
+ form = static_cast<enum DwarfForm>(reader_->ReadUnsignedLEB128(start,
+ &len));
+ start += len;
+ return SkipAttribute(start, form);
+
+ case DW_FORM_flag_present:
+ return start;
+ case DW_FORM_data1:
+ case DW_FORM_flag:
+ case DW_FORM_ref1:
+ return start + 1;
+ case DW_FORM_ref2:
+ case DW_FORM_data2:
+ return start + 2;
+ case DW_FORM_ref4:
+ case DW_FORM_data4:
+ return start + 4;
+ case DW_FORM_ref8:
+ case DW_FORM_data8:
+ case DW_FORM_ref_sig8:
+ return start + 8;
+ case DW_FORM_string:
+ return start + strlen(start) + 1;
+ case DW_FORM_udata:
+ case DW_FORM_ref_udata:
+ reader_->ReadUnsignedLEB128(start, &len);
+ return start + len;
+
+ case DW_FORM_sdata:
+ reader_->ReadSignedLEB128(start, &len);
+ return start + len;
+ case DW_FORM_addr:
+ return start + reader_->AddressSize();
+ case DW_FORM_ref_addr:
+ // DWARF2 and 3 differ on whether ref_addr is address size or
+ // offset size.
+ assert(header_.version == 2 || header_.version == 3);
+ if (header_.version == 2) {
+ return start + reader_->AddressSize();
+ } else if (header_.version == 3) {
+ return start + reader_->OffsetSize();
+ }
+
+ case DW_FORM_block1:
+ return start + 1 + reader_->ReadOneByte(start);
+ case DW_FORM_block2:
+ return start + 2 + reader_->ReadTwoBytes(start);
+ case DW_FORM_block4:
+ return start + 4 + reader_->ReadFourBytes(start);
+ case DW_FORM_block:
+ case DW_FORM_exprloc: {
+ uint64 size = reader_->ReadUnsignedLEB128(start, &len);
+ return start + size + len;
+ }
+ case DW_FORM_strp:
+ case DW_FORM_sec_offset:
+ return start + reader_->OffsetSize();
+ }
+ fprintf(stderr,"Unhandled form type");
+ return NULL;
+}
+
+// Read a DWARF2/3 header.
+// The header is variable length in DWARF3 (and DWARF2 as extended by
+// most compilers), and consists of an length field, a version number,
+// the offset in the .debug_abbrev section for our abbrevs, and an
+// address size.
+void CompilationUnit::ReadHeader() {
+ const char* headerptr = buffer_;
+ size_t initial_length_size;
+
+ assert(headerptr + 4 < buffer_ + buffer_length_);
+ const uint64 initial_length
+ = reader_->ReadInitialLength(headerptr, &initial_length_size);
+ headerptr += initial_length_size;
+ header_.length = initial_length;
+
+ assert(headerptr + 2 < buffer_ + buffer_length_);
+ header_.version = reader_->ReadTwoBytes(headerptr);
+ headerptr += 2;
+
+ assert(headerptr + reader_->OffsetSize() < buffer_ + buffer_length_);
+ header_.abbrev_offset = reader_->ReadOffset(headerptr);
+ headerptr += reader_->OffsetSize();
+
+ assert(headerptr + 1 < buffer_ + buffer_length_);
+ header_.address_size = reader_->ReadOneByte(headerptr);
+ reader_->SetAddressSize(header_.address_size);
+ headerptr += 1;
+
+ after_header_ = headerptr;
+
+ // This check ensures that we don't have to do checking during the
+ // reading of DIEs. header_.length does not include the size of the
+ // initial length.
+ assert(buffer_ + initial_length_size + header_.length <=
+ buffer_ + buffer_length_);
+}
+
+uint64 CompilationUnit::Start() {
+ // First get the debug_info section. ".debug_info" is the name
+ // recommended in the DWARF spec, and used on Linux; "__debug_info"
+ // is the name used in Mac OS X Mach-O files.
+ SectionMap::const_iterator iter = sections_.find(".debug_info");
+ if (iter == sections_.end())
+ iter = sections_.find("__debug_info");
+ assert(iter != sections_.end());
+
+ // Set up our buffer
+ buffer_ = iter->second.first + offset_from_section_start_;
+ buffer_length_ = iter->second.second - offset_from_section_start_;
+
+ // Read the header
+ ReadHeader();
+
+ // Figure out the real length from the end of the initial length to
+ // the end of the compilation unit, since that is the value we
+ // return.
+ uint64 ourlength = header_.length;
+ if (reader_->OffsetSize() == 8)
+ ourlength += 12;
+ else
+ ourlength += 4;
+
+ // See if the user wants this compilation unit, and if not, just return.
+ if (!handler_->StartCompilationUnit(offset_from_section_start_,
+ reader_->AddressSize(),
+ reader_->OffsetSize(),
+ header_.length,
+ header_.version))
+ return ourlength;
+
+ // Otherwise, continue by reading our abbreviation entries.
+ ReadAbbrevs();
+
+ // Set the string section if we have one. ".debug_str" is the name
+ // recommended in the DWARF spec, and used on Linux; "__debug_str"
+ // is the name used in Mac OS X Mach-O files.
+ iter = sections_.find(".debug_str");
+ if (iter == sections_.end())
+ iter = sections_.find("__debug_str");
+ if (iter != sections_.end()) {
+ string_buffer_ = iter->second.first;
+ string_buffer_length_ = iter->second.second;
+ }
+
+ // Now that we have our abbreviations, start processing DIE's.
+ ProcessDIEs();
+
+ return ourlength;
+}
+
+// If one really wanted, you could merge SkipAttribute and
+// ProcessAttribute
+// This is all boring data manipulation and calling of the handler.
+const char* CompilationUnit::ProcessAttribute(
+ uint64 dieoffset, const char* start, enum DwarfAttribute attr,
+ enum DwarfForm form) {
+ size_t len;
+
+ switch (form) {
+ // DW_FORM_indirect is never used because it is such a space
+ // waster.
+ case DW_FORM_indirect:
+ form = static_cast<enum DwarfForm>(reader_->ReadUnsignedLEB128(start,
+ &len));
+ start += len;
+ return ProcessAttribute(dieoffset, start, attr, form);
+
+ case DW_FORM_flag_present:
+ handler_->ProcessAttributeUnsigned(dieoffset, attr, form, 1);
+ return start;
+ case DW_FORM_data1:
+ case DW_FORM_flag:
+ handler_->ProcessAttributeUnsigned(dieoffset, attr, form,
+ reader_->ReadOneByte(start));
+ return start + 1;
+ case DW_FORM_data2:
+ handler_->ProcessAttributeUnsigned(dieoffset, attr, form,
+ reader_->ReadTwoBytes(start));
+ return start + 2;
+ case DW_FORM_data4:
+ handler_->ProcessAttributeUnsigned(dieoffset, attr, form,
+ reader_->ReadFourBytes(start));
+ return start + 4;
+ case DW_FORM_data8:
+ handler_->ProcessAttributeUnsigned(dieoffset, attr, form,
+ reader_->ReadEightBytes(start));
+ return start + 8;
+ case DW_FORM_string: {
+ const char* str = start;
+ handler_->ProcessAttributeString(dieoffset, attr, form,
+ str);
+ return start + strlen(str) + 1;
+ }
+ case DW_FORM_udata:
+ handler_->ProcessAttributeUnsigned(dieoffset, attr, form,
+ reader_->ReadUnsignedLEB128(start,
+ &len));
+ return start + len;
+
+ case DW_FORM_sdata:
+ handler_->ProcessAttributeSigned(dieoffset, attr, form,
+ reader_->ReadSignedLEB128(start, &len));
+ return start + len;
+ case DW_FORM_addr:
+ handler_->ProcessAttributeUnsigned(dieoffset, attr, form,
+ reader_->ReadAddress(start));
+ return start + reader_->AddressSize();
+ case DW_FORM_sec_offset:
+ handler_->ProcessAttributeUnsigned(dieoffset, attr, form,
+ reader_->ReadOffset(start));
+ return start + reader_->OffsetSize();
+
+ case DW_FORM_ref1:
+ handler_->ProcessAttributeReference(dieoffset, attr, form,
+ reader_->ReadOneByte(start)
+ + offset_from_section_start_);
+ return start + 1;
+ case DW_FORM_ref2:
+ handler_->ProcessAttributeReference(dieoffset, attr, form,
+ reader_->ReadTwoBytes(start)
+ + offset_from_section_start_);
+ return start + 2;
+ case DW_FORM_ref4:
+ handler_->ProcessAttributeReference(dieoffset, attr, form,
+ reader_->ReadFourBytes(start)
+ + offset_from_section_start_);
+ return start + 4;
+ case DW_FORM_ref8:
+ handler_->ProcessAttributeReference(dieoffset, attr, form,
+ reader_->ReadEightBytes(start)
+ + offset_from_section_start_);
+ return start + 8;
+ case DW_FORM_ref_udata:
+ handler_->ProcessAttributeReference(dieoffset, attr, form,
+ reader_->ReadUnsignedLEB128(start,
+ &len)
+ + offset_from_section_start_);
+ return start + len;
+ case DW_FORM_ref_addr:
+ // DWARF2 and 3 differ on whether ref_addr is address size or
+ // offset size.
+ assert(header_.version == 2 || header_.version == 3);
+ if (header_.version == 2) {
+ handler_->ProcessAttributeReference(dieoffset, attr, form,
+ reader_->ReadAddress(start));
+ return start + reader_->AddressSize();
+ } else if (header_.version == 3) {
+ handler_->ProcessAttributeReference(dieoffset, attr, form,
+ reader_->ReadOffset(start));
+ return start + reader_->OffsetSize();
+ }
+ break;
+ case DW_FORM_ref_sig8:
+ handler_->ProcessAttributeSignature(dieoffset, attr, form,
+ reader_->ReadEightBytes(start));
+ return start + 8;
+
+ case DW_FORM_block1: {
+ uint64 datalen = reader_->ReadOneByte(start);
+ handler_->ProcessAttributeBuffer(dieoffset, attr, form, start + 1,
+ datalen);
+ return start + 1 + datalen;
+ }
+ case DW_FORM_block2: {
+ uint64 datalen = reader_->ReadTwoBytes(start);
+ handler_->ProcessAttributeBuffer(dieoffset, attr, form, start + 2,
+ datalen);
+ return start + 2 + datalen;
+ }
+ case DW_FORM_block4: {
+ uint64 datalen = reader_->ReadFourBytes(start);
+ handler_->ProcessAttributeBuffer(dieoffset, attr, form, start + 4,
+ datalen);
+ return start + 4 + datalen;
+ }
+ case DW_FORM_block:
+ case DW_FORM_exprloc: {
+ uint64 datalen = reader_->ReadUnsignedLEB128(start, &len);
+ handler_->ProcessAttributeBuffer(dieoffset, attr, form, start + len,
+ datalen);
+ return start + datalen + len;
+ }
+ case DW_FORM_strp: {
+ assert(string_buffer_ != NULL);
+
+ const uint64 offset = reader_->ReadOffset(start);
+ assert(string_buffer_ + offset < string_buffer_ + string_buffer_length_);
+
+ const char* str = string_buffer_ + offset;
+ handler_->ProcessAttributeString(dieoffset, attr, form,
+ str);
+ return start + reader_->OffsetSize();
+ }
+ }
+ fprintf(stderr, "Unhandled form type\n");
+ return NULL;
+}
+
+const char* CompilationUnit::ProcessDIE(uint64 dieoffset,
+ const char* start,
+ const Abbrev& abbrev) {
+ for (AttributeList::const_iterator i = abbrev.attributes.begin();
+ i != abbrev.attributes.end();
+ i++) {
+ start = ProcessAttribute(dieoffset, start, i->first, i->second);
+ }
+ return start;
+}
+
+void CompilationUnit::ProcessDIEs() {
+ const char* dieptr = after_header_;
+ size_t len;
+
+ // lengthstart is the place the length field is based on.
+ // It is the point in the header after the initial length field
+ const char* lengthstart = buffer_;
+
+ // In 64 bit dwarf, the initial length is 12 bytes, because of the
+ // 0xffffffff at the start.
+ if (reader_->OffsetSize() == 8)
+ lengthstart += 12;
+ else
+ lengthstart += 4;
+
+ std::stack<uint64> die_stack;
+
+ while (dieptr < (lengthstart + header_.length)) {
+ // We give the user the absolute offset from the beginning of
+ // debug_info, since they need it to deal with ref_addr forms.
+ uint64 absolute_offset = (dieptr - buffer_) + offset_from_section_start_;
+
+ uint64 abbrev_num = reader_->ReadUnsignedLEB128(dieptr, &len);
+
+ dieptr += len;
+
+ // Abbrev == 0 represents the end of a list of children, or padding
+ // at the end of the compilation unit.
+ if (abbrev_num == 0) {
+ if (die_stack.size() == 0)
+ // If it is padding, then we are done with the compilation unit's DIEs.
+ return;
+ const uint64 offset = die_stack.top();
+ die_stack.pop();
+ handler_->EndDIE(offset);
+ continue;
+ }
+
+ const Abbrev& abbrev = abbrevs_->at(static_cast<size_t>(abbrev_num));
+ const enum DwarfTag tag = abbrev.tag;
+ if (!handler_->StartDIE(absolute_offset, tag, abbrev.attributes)) {
+ dieptr = SkipDIE(dieptr, abbrev);
+ } else {
+ dieptr = ProcessDIE(absolute_offset, dieptr, abbrev);
+ }
+
+ if (abbrev.has_children) {
+ die_stack.push(absolute_offset);
+ } else {
+ handler_->EndDIE(absolute_offset);
+ }
+ }
+}
+
+LineInfo::LineInfo(const char* buffer, uint64 buffer_length,
+ ByteReader* reader, LineInfoHandler* handler):
+ handler_(handler), reader_(reader), buffer_(buffer),
+ buffer_length_(buffer_length) {
+ header_.std_opcode_lengths = NULL;
+}
+
+uint64 LineInfo::Start() {
+ ReadHeader();
+ ReadLines();
+ return after_header_ - buffer_;
+}
+
+// The header for a debug_line section is mildly complicated, because
+// the line info is very tightly encoded.
+void LineInfo::ReadHeader() {
+ const char* lineptr = buffer_;
+ size_t initial_length_size;
+
+ const uint64 initial_length
+ = reader_->ReadInitialLength(lineptr, &initial_length_size);
+
+ lineptr += initial_length_size;
+ header_.total_length = initial_length;
+ assert(buffer_ + initial_length_size + header_.total_length <=
+ buffer_ + buffer_length_);
+
+ // Address size *must* be set by CU ahead of time.
+ assert(reader_->AddressSize() != 0);
+
+ header_.version = reader_->ReadTwoBytes(lineptr);
+ lineptr += 2;
+
+ header_.prologue_length = reader_->ReadOffset(lineptr);
+ lineptr += reader_->OffsetSize();
+
+ header_.min_insn_length = reader_->ReadOneByte(lineptr);
+ lineptr += 1;
+
+ header_.default_is_stmt = reader_->ReadOneByte(lineptr);
+ lineptr += 1;
+
+ header_.line_base = *reinterpret_cast<const int8*>(lineptr);
+ lineptr += 1;
+
+ header_.line_range = reader_->ReadOneByte(lineptr);
+ lineptr += 1;
+
+ header_.opcode_base = reader_->ReadOneByte(lineptr);
+ lineptr += 1;
+
+ header_.std_opcode_lengths = new std::vector<unsigned char>;
+ header_.std_opcode_lengths->resize(header_.opcode_base + 1);
+ (*header_.std_opcode_lengths)[0] = 0;
+ for (int i = 1; i < header_.opcode_base; i++) {
+ (*header_.std_opcode_lengths)[i] = reader_->ReadOneByte(lineptr);
+ lineptr += 1;
+ }
+
+ // It is legal for the directory entry table to be empty.
+ if (*lineptr) {
+ uint32 dirindex = 1;
+ while (*lineptr) {
+ const char* dirname = lineptr;
+ handler_->DefineDir(dirname, dirindex);
+ lineptr += strlen(dirname) + 1;
+ dirindex++;
+ }
+ }
+ lineptr++;
+
+ // It is also legal for the file entry table to be empty.
+ if (*lineptr) {
+ uint32 fileindex = 1;
+ size_t len;
+ while (*lineptr) {
+ const char* filename = lineptr;
+ lineptr += strlen(filename) + 1;
+
+ uint64 dirindex = reader_->ReadUnsignedLEB128(lineptr, &len);
+ lineptr += len;
+
+ uint64 mod_time = reader_->ReadUnsignedLEB128(lineptr, &len);
+ lineptr += len;
+
+ uint64 filelength = reader_->ReadUnsignedLEB128(lineptr, &len);
+ lineptr += len;
+ handler_->DefineFile(filename, fileindex, static_cast<uint32>(dirindex),
+ mod_time, filelength);
+ fileindex++;
+ }
+ }
+ lineptr++;
+
+ after_header_ = lineptr;
+}
+
+/* static */
+bool LineInfo::ProcessOneOpcode(ByteReader* reader,
+ LineInfoHandler* handler,
+ const struct LineInfoHeader &header,
+ const char* start,
+ struct LineStateMachine* lsm,
+ size_t* len,
+ uintptr pc,
+ bool *lsm_passes_pc) {
+ size_t oplen = 0;
+ size_t templen;
+ uint8 opcode = reader->ReadOneByte(start);
+ oplen++;
+ start++;
+
+ // If the opcode is great than the opcode_base, it is a special
+ // opcode. Most line programs consist mainly of special opcodes.
+ if (opcode >= header.opcode_base) {
+ opcode -= header.opcode_base;
+ const int64 advance_address = (opcode / header.line_range)
+ * header.min_insn_length;
+ const int32 advance_line = (opcode % header.line_range)
+ + header.line_base;
+
+ // Check if the lsm passes "pc". If so, mark it as passed.
+ if (lsm_passes_pc &&
+ lsm->address <= pc && pc < lsm->address + advance_address) {
+ *lsm_passes_pc = true;
+ }
+
+ lsm->address += advance_address;
+ lsm->line_num += advance_line;
+ lsm->basic_block = true;
+ *len = oplen;
+ return true;
+ }
+
+ // Otherwise, we have the regular opcodes
+ switch (opcode) {
+ case DW_LNS_copy: {
+ lsm->basic_block = false;
+ *len = oplen;
+ return true;
+ }
+
+ case DW_LNS_advance_pc: {
+ uint64 advance_address = reader->ReadUnsignedLEB128(start, &templen);
+ oplen += templen;
+
+ // Check if the lsm passes "pc". If so, mark it as passed.
+ if (lsm_passes_pc && lsm->address <= pc &&
+ pc < lsm->address + header.min_insn_length * advance_address) {
+ *lsm_passes_pc = true;
+ }
+
+ lsm->address += header.min_insn_length * advance_address;
+ }
+ break;
+ case DW_LNS_advance_line: {
+ const int64 advance_line = reader->ReadSignedLEB128(start, &templen);
+ oplen += templen;
+ lsm->line_num += static_cast<int32>(advance_line);
+
+ // With gcc 4.2.1, we can get the line_no here for the first time
+ // since DW_LNS_advance_line is called after DW_LNE_set_address is
+ // called. So we check if the lsm passes "pc" here, not in
+ // DW_LNE_set_address.
+ if (lsm_passes_pc && lsm->address == pc) {
+ *lsm_passes_pc = true;
+ }
+ }
+ break;
+ case DW_LNS_set_file: {
+ const uint64 fileno = reader->ReadUnsignedLEB128(start, &templen);
+ oplen += templen;
+ lsm->file_num = static_cast<uint32>(fileno);
+ }
+ break;
+ case DW_LNS_set_column: {
+ const uint64 colno = reader->ReadUnsignedLEB128(start, &templen);
+ oplen += templen;
+ lsm->column_num = static_cast<uint32>(colno);
+ }
+ break;
+ case DW_LNS_negate_stmt: {
+ lsm->is_stmt = !lsm->is_stmt;
+ }
+ break;
+ case DW_LNS_set_basic_block: {
+ lsm->basic_block = true;
+ }
+ break;
+ case DW_LNS_fixed_advance_pc: {
+ const uint16 advance_address = reader->ReadTwoBytes(start);
+ oplen += 2;
+
+ // Check if the lsm passes "pc". If so, mark it as passed.
+ if (lsm_passes_pc &&
+ lsm->address <= pc && pc < lsm->address + advance_address) {
+ *lsm_passes_pc = true;
+ }
+
+ lsm->address += advance_address;
+ }
+ break;
+ case DW_LNS_const_add_pc: {
+ const int64 advance_address = header.min_insn_length
+ * ((255 - header.opcode_base)
+ / header.line_range);
+
+ // Check if the lsm passes "pc". If so, mark it as passed.
+ if (lsm_passes_pc &&
+ lsm->address <= pc && pc < lsm->address + advance_address) {
+ *lsm_passes_pc = true;
+ }
+
+ lsm->address += advance_address;
+ }
+ break;
+ case DW_LNS_extended_op: {
+ const uint64 extended_op_len = reader->ReadUnsignedLEB128(start,
+ &templen);
+ start += templen;
+ oplen += templen + extended_op_len;
+
+ const uint64 extended_op = reader->ReadOneByte(start);
+ start++;
+
+ switch (extended_op) {
+ case DW_LNE_end_sequence: {
+ lsm->end_sequence = true;
+ *len = oplen;
+ return true;
+ }
+ break;
+ case DW_LNE_set_address: {
+ // With gcc 4.2.1, we cannot tell the line_no here since
+ // DW_LNE_set_address is called before DW_LNS_advance_line is
+ // called. So we do not check if the lsm passes "pc" here. See
+ // also the comment in DW_LNS_advance_line.
+ uint64 address = reader->ReadAddress(start);
+ lsm->address = address;
+ }
+ break;
+ case DW_LNE_define_file: {
+ const char* filename = start;
+
+ templen = strlen(filename) + 1;
+ start += templen;
+
+ uint64 dirindex = reader->ReadUnsignedLEB128(start, &templen);
+ oplen += templen;
+
+ const uint64 mod_time = reader->ReadUnsignedLEB128(start,
+ &templen);
+ oplen += templen;
+
+ const uint64 filelength = reader->ReadUnsignedLEB128(start,
+ &templen);
+ oplen += templen;
+
+ if (handler) {
+ handler->DefineFile(filename, -1, static_cast<uint32>(dirindex),
+ mod_time, filelength);
+ }
+ }
+ break;
+ }
+ }
+ break;
+
+ default: {
+ // Ignore unknown opcode silently
+ if (header.std_opcode_lengths) {
+ for (int i = 0; i < (*header.std_opcode_lengths)[opcode]; i++) {
+ reader->ReadUnsignedLEB128(start, &templen);
+ start += templen;
+ oplen += templen;
+ }
+ }
+ }
+ break;
+ }
+ *len = oplen;
+ return false;
+}
+
+void LineInfo::ReadLines() {
+ struct LineStateMachine lsm;
+
+ // lengthstart is the place the length field is based on.
+ // It is the point in the header after the initial length field
+ const char* lengthstart = buffer_;
+
+ // In 64 bit dwarf, the initial length is 12 bytes, because of the
+ // 0xffffffff at the start.
+ if (reader_->OffsetSize() == 8)
+ lengthstart += 12;
+ else
+ lengthstart += 4;
+
+ const char* lineptr = after_header_;
+ lsm.Reset(header_.default_is_stmt);
+
+ // The LineInfoHandler interface expects each line's length along
+ // with its address, but DWARF only provides addresses (sans
+ // length), and an end-of-sequence address; one infers the length
+ // from the next address. So we report a line only when we get the
+ // next line's address, or the end-of-sequence address.
+ bool have_pending_line = false;
+ uint64 pending_address = 0;
+ uint32 pending_file_num = 0, pending_line_num = 0, pending_column_num = 0;
+
+ while (lineptr < lengthstart + header_.total_length) {
+ size_t oplength;
+ bool add_row = ProcessOneOpcode(reader_, handler_, header_,
+ lineptr, &lsm, &oplength, (uintptr)-1,
+ NULL);
+ if (add_row) {
+ if (have_pending_line)
+ handler_->AddLine(pending_address, lsm.address - pending_address,
+ pending_file_num, pending_line_num,
+ pending_column_num);
+ if (lsm.end_sequence) {
+ lsm.Reset(header_.default_is_stmt);
+ have_pending_line = false;
+ } else {
+ pending_address = lsm.address;
+ pending_file_num = lsm.file_num;
+ pending_line_num = lsm.line_num;
+ pending_column_num = lsm.column_num;
+ have_pending_line = true;
+ }
+ }
+ lineptr += oplength;
+ }
+
+ after_header_ = lengthstart + header_.total_length;
+}
+
+// A DWARF rule for recovering the address or value of a register, or
+// computing the canonical frame address. There is one subclass of this for
+// each '*Rule' member function in CallFrameInfo::Handler.
+//
+// It's annoying that we have to handle Rules using pointers (because
+// the concrete instances can have an arbitrary size). They're small,
+// so it would be much nicer if we could just handle them by value
+// instead of fretting about ownership and destruction.
+//
+// It seems like all these could simply be instances of std::tr1::bind,
+// except that we need instances to be EqualityComparable, too.
+//
+// This could logically be nested within State, but then the qualified names
+// get horrendous.
+class CallFrameInfo::Rule {
+ public:
+ virtual ~Rule() { }
+
+ // Tell HANDLER that, at ADDRESS in the program, REGISTER can be
+ // recovered using this rule. If REGISTER is kCFARegister, then this rule
+ // describes how to compute the canonical frame address. Return what the
+ // HANDLER member function returned.
+ virtual bool Handle(Handler *handler,
+ uint64 address, int register) const = 0;
+
+ // Equality on rules. We use these to decide which rules we need
+ // to report after a DW_CFA_restore_state instruction.
+ virtual bool operator==(const Rule &rhs) const = 0;
+
+ bool operator!=(const Rule &rhs) const { return ! (*this == rhs); }
+
+ // Return a pointer to a copy of this rule.
+ virtual Rule *Copy() const = 0;
+
+ // If this is a base+offset rule, change its base register to REG.
+ // Otherwise, do nothing. (Ugly, but required for DW_CFA_def_cfa_register.)
+ virtual void SetBaseRegister(unsigned reg) { }
+
+ // If this is a base+offset rule, change its offset to OFFSET. Otherwise,
+ // do nothing. (Ugly, but required for DW_CFA_def_cfa_offset.)
+ virtual void SetOffset(long long offset) { }
+};
+
+// Rule: the value the register had in the caller cannot be recovered.
+class CallFrameInfo::UndefinedRule: public CallFrameInfo::Rule {
+ public:
+ UndefinedRule() { }
+ ~UndefinedRule() { }
+ bool Handle(Handler *handler, uint64 address, int reg) const {
+ return handler->UndefinedRule(address, reg);
+ }
+ bool operator==(const Rule &rhs) const {
+ // dynamic_cast is allowed by the Google C++ Style Guide, if the use has
+ // been carefully considered; cheap RTTI-like workarounds are forbidden.
+ const UndefinedRule *our_rhs = dynamic_cast<const UndefinedRule *>(&rhs);
+ return (our_rhs != NULL);
+ }
+ Rule *Copy() const { return new UndefinedRule(*this); }
+};
+
+// Rule: the register's value is the same as that it had in the caller.
+class CallFrameInfo::SameValueRule: public CallFrameInfo::Rule {
+ public:
+ SameValueRule() { }
+ ~SameValueRule() { }
+ bool Handle(Handler *handler, uint64 address, int reg) const {
+ return handler->SameValueRule(address, reg);
+ }
+ bool operator==(const Rule &rhs) const {
+ // dynamic_cast is allowed by the Google C++ Style Guide, if the use has
+ // been carefully considered; cheap RTTI-like workarounds are forbidden.
+ const SameValueRule *our_rhs = dynamic_cast<const SameValueRule *>(&rhs);
+ return (our_rhs != NULL);
+ }
+ Rule *Copy() const { return new SameValueRule(*this); }
+};
+
+// Rule: the register is saved at OFFSET from BASE_REGISTER. BASE_REGISTER
+// may be CallFrameInfo::Handler::kCFARegister.
+class CallFrameInfo::OffsetRule: public CallFrameInfo::Rule {
+ public:
+ OffsetRule(int base_register, long offset)
+ : base_register_(base_register), offset_(offset) { }
+ ~OffsetRule() { }
+ bool Handle(Handler *handler, uint64 address, int reg) const {
+ return handler->OffsetRule(address, reg, base_register_, offset_);
+ }
+ bool operator==(const Rule &rhs) const {
+ // dynamic_cast is allowed by the Google C++ Style Guide, if the use has
+ // been carefully considered; cheap RTTI-like workarounds are forbidden.
+ const OffsetRule *our_rhs = dynamic_cast<const OffsetRule *>(&rhs);
+ return (our_rhs &&
+ base_register_ == our_rhs->base_register_ &&
+ offset_ == our_rhs->offset_);
+ }
+ Rule *Copy() const { return new OffsetRule(*this); }
+ // We don't actually need SetBaseRegister or SetOffset here, since they
+ // are only ever applied to CFA rules, for DW_CFA_def_cfa_offset, and it
+ // doesn't make sense to use OffsetRule for computing the CFA: it
+ // computes the address at which a register is saved, not a value.
+ private:
+ int base_register_;
+ long offset_;
+};
+
+// Rule: the value the register had in the caller is the value of
+// BASE_REGISTER plus offset. BASE_REGISTER may be
+// CallFrameInfo::Handler::kCFARegister.
+class CallFrameInfo::ValOffsetRule: public CallFrameInfo::Rule {
+ public:
+ ValOffsetRule(int base_register, long offset)
+ : base_register_(base_register), offset_(offset) { }
+ ~ValOffsetRule() { }
+ bool Handle(Handler *handler, uint64 address, int reg) const {
+ return handler->ValOffsetRule(address, reg, base_register_, offset_);
+ }
+ bool operator==(const Rule &rhs) const {
+ // dynamic_cast is allowed by the Google C++ Style Guide, if the use has
+ // been carefully considered; cheap RTTI-like workarounds are forbidden.
+ const ValOffsetRule *our_rhs = dynamic_cast<const ValOffsetRule *>(&rhs);
+ return (our_rhs &&
+ base_register_ == our_rhs->base_register_ &&
+ offset_ == our_rhs->offset_);
+ }
+ Rule *Copy() const { return new ValOffsetRule(*this); }
+ void SetBaseRegister(unsigned reg) { base_register_ = reg; }
+ void SetOffset(long long offset) { offset_ = offset; }
+ private:
+ int base_register_;
+ long offset_;
+};
+
+// Rule: the register has been saved in another register REGISTER_NUMBER_.
+class CallFrameInfo::RegisterRule: public CallFrameInfo::Rule {
+ public:
+ explicit RegisterRule(int register_number)
+ : register_number_(register_number) { }
+ ~RegisterRule() { }
+ bool Handle(Handler *handler, uint64 address, int reg) const {
+ return handler->RegisterRule(address, reg, register_number_);
+ }
+ bool operator==(const Rule &rhs) const {
+ // dynamic_cast is allowed by the Google C++ Style Guide, if the use has
+ // been carefully considered; cheap RTTI-like workarounds are forbidden.
+ const RegisterRule *our_rhs = dynamic_cast<const RegisterRule *>(&rhs);
+ return (our_rhs && register_number_ == our_rhs->register_number_);
+ }
+ Rule *Copy() const { return new RegisterRule(*this); }
+ private:
+ int register_number_;
+};
+
+// Rule: EXPRESSION evaluates to the address at which the register is saved.
+class CallFrameInfo::ExpressionRule: public CallFrameInfo::Rule {
+ public:
+ explicit ExpressionRule(const string &expression)
+ : expression_(expression) { }
+ ~ExpressionRule() { }
+ bool Handle(Handler *handler, uint64 address, int reg) const {
+ return handler->ExpressionRule(address, reg, expression_);
+ }
+ bool operator==(const Rule &rhs) const {
+ // dynamic_cast is allowed by the Google C++ Style Guide, if the use has
+ // been carefully considered; cheap RTTI-like workarounds are forbidden.
+ const ExpressionRule *our_rhs = dynamic_cast<const ExpressionRule *>(&rhs);
+ return (our_rhs && expression_ == our_rhs->expression_);
+ }
+ Rule *Copy() const { return new ExpressionRule(*this); }
+ private:
+ string expression_;
+};
+
+// Rule: EXPRESSION evaluates to the address at which the register is saved.
+class CallFrameInfo::ValExpressionRule: public CallFrameInfo::Rule {
+ public:
+ explicit ValExpressionRule(const string &expression)
+ : expression_(expression) { }
+ ~ValExpressionRule() { }
+ bool Handle(Handler *handler, uint64 address, int reg) const {
+ return handler->ValExpressionRule(address, reg, expression_);
+ }
+ bool operator==(const Rule &rhs) const {
+ // dynamic_cast is allowed by the Google C++ Style Guide, if the use has
+ // been carefully considered; cheap RTTI-like workarounds are forbidden.
+ const ValExpressionRule *our_rhs =
+ dynamic_cast<const ValExpressionRule *>(&rhs);
+ return (our_rhs && expression_ == our_rhs->expression_);
+ }
+ Rule *Copy() const { return new ValExpressionRule(*this); }
+ private:
+ string expression_;
+};
+
+// A map from register numbers to rules.
+class CallFrameInfo::RuleMap {
+ public:
+ RuleMap() : cfa_rule_(NULL) { }
+ RuleMap(const RuleMap &rhs) : cfa_rule_(NULL) { *this = rhs; }
+ ~RuleMap() { Clear(); }
+
+ RuleMap &operator=(const RuleMap &rhs);
+
+ // Set the rule for computing the CFA to RULE. Take ownership of RULE.
+ void SetCFARule(Rule *rule) { delete cfa_rule_; cfa_rule_ = rule; }
+
+ // Return the current CFA rule. Unlike RegisterRule, this RuleMap retains
+ // ownership of the rule. We use this for DW_CFA_def_cfa_offset and
+ // DW_CFA_def_cfa_register, and for detecting references to the CFA before
+ // a rule for it has been established.
+ Rule *CFARule() const { return cfa_rule_; }
+
+ // Return the rule for REG, or NULL if there is none. The caller takes
+ // ownership of the result.
+ Rule *RegisterRule(int reg) const;
+
+ // Set the rule for computing REG to RULE. Take ownership of RULE.
+ void SetRegisterRule(int reg, Rule *rule);
+
+ // Make all the appropriate calls to HANDLER as if we were changing from
+ // this RuleMap to NEW_RULES at ADDRESS. We use this to implement
+ // DW_CFA_restore_state, where lots of rules can change simultaneously.
+ // Return true if all handlers returned true; otherwise, return false.
+ bool HandleTransitionTo(Handler *handler, uint64 address,
+ const RuleMap &new_rules) const;
+
+ private:
+ // A map from register numbers to Rules.
+ typedef std::map<int, Rule *> RuleByNumber;
+
+ // Remove all register rules and clear cfa_rule_.
+ void Clear();
+
+ // The rule for computing the canonical frame address. This RuleMap owns
+ // this rule.
+ Rule *cfa_rule_;
+
+ // A map from register numbers to postfix expressions to recover
+ // their values. This RuleMap owns the Rules the map refers to.
+ RuleByNumber registers_;
+};
+
+CallFrameInfo::RuleMap &CallFrameInfo::RuleMap::operator=(const RuleMap &rhs) {
+ Clear();
+ // Since each map owns the rules it refers to, assignment must copy them.
+ if (rhs.cfa_rule_) cfa_rule_ = rhs.cfa_rule_->Copy();
+ for (RuleByNumber::const_iterator it = rhs.registers_.begin();
+ it != rhs.registers_.end(); it++)
+ registers_[it->first] = it->second->Copy();
+ return *this;
+}
+
+CallFrameInfo::Rule *CallFrameInfo::RuleMap::RegisterRule(int reg) const {
+ assert(reg != Handler::kCFARegister);
+ RuleByNumber::const_iterator it = registers_.find(reg);
+ if (it != registers_.end())
+ return it->second->Copy();
+ else
+ return NULL;
+}
+
+void CallFrameInfo::RuleMap::SetRegisterRule(int reg, Rule *rule) {
+ assert(reg != Handler::kCFARegister);
+ assert(rule);
+ Rule **slot = &registers_[reg];
+ delete *slot;
+ *slot = rule;
+}
+
+bool CallFrameInfo::RuleMap::HandleTransitionTo(
+ Handler *handler,
+ uint64 address,
+ const RuleMap &new_rules) const {
+ // Transition from cfa_rule_ to new_rules.cfa_rule_.
+ if (cfa_rule_ && new_rules.cfa_rule_) {
+ if (*cfa_rule_ != *new_rules.cfa_rule_ &&
+ !new_rules.cfa_rule_->Handle(handler, address,
+ Handler::kCFARegister))
+ return false;
+ } else if (cfa_rule_) {
+ // this RuleMap has a CFA rule but new_rules doesn't.
+ // CallFrameInfo::Handler has no way to handle this --- and shouldn't;
+ // it's garbage input. The instruction interpreter should have
+ // detected this and warned, so take no action here.
+ } else if (new_rules.cfa_rule_) {
+ // This shouldn't be possible: NEW_RULES is some prior state, and
+ // there's no way to remove entries.
+ assert(0);
+ } else {
+ // Both CFA rules are empty. No action needed.
+ }
+
+ // Traverse the two maps in order by register number, and report
+ // whatever differences we find.
+ RuleByNumber::const_iterator old_it = registers_.begin();
+ RuleByNumber::const_iterator new_it = new_rules.registers_.begin();
+ while (old_it != registers_.end() && new_it != new_rules.registers_.end()) {
+ if (old_it->first < new_it->first) {
+ // This RuleMap has an entry for old_it->first, but NEW_RULES
+ // doesn't.
+ //
+ // This isn't really the right thing to do, but since CFI generally
+ // only mentions callee-saves registers, and GCC's convention for
+ // callee-saves registers is that they are unchanged, it's a good
+ // approximation.
+ if (!handler->SameValueRule(address, old_it->first))
+ return false;
+ old_it++;
+ } else if (old_it->first > new_it->first) {
+ // NEW_RULES has entry for new_it->first, but this RuleMap
+ // doesn't. This shouldn't be possible: NEW_RULES is some prior
+ // state, and there's no way to remove entries.
+ assert(0);
+ } else {
+ // Both maps have an entry for this register. Report the new
+ // rule if it is different.
+ if (*old_it->second != *new_it->second &&
+ !new_it->second->Handle(handler, address, new_it->first))
+ return false;
+ new_it++, old_it++;
+ }
+ }
+ // Finish off entries from this RuleMap with no counterparts in new_rules.
+ while (old_it != registers_.end()) {
+ if (!handler->SameValueRule(address, old_it->first))
+ return false;
+ old_it++;
+ }
+ // Since we only make transitions from a rule set to some previously
+ // saved rule set, and we can only add rules to the map, NEW_RULES
+ // must have fewer rules than *this.
+ assert(new_it == new_rules.registers_.end());
+
+ return true;
+}
+
+// Remove all register rules and clear cfa_rule_.
+void CallFrameInfo::RuleMap::Clear() {
+ delete cfa_rule_;
+ cfa_rule_ = NULL;
+ for (RuleByNumber::iterator it = registers_.begin();
+ it != registers_.end(); it++)
+ delete it->second;
+ registers_.clear();
+}
+
+// The state of the call frame information interpreter as it processes
+// instructions from a CIE and FDE.
+class CallFrameInfo::State {
+ public:
+ // Create a call frame information interpreter state with the given
+ // reporter, reader, handler, and initial call frame info address.
+ State(ByteReader *reader, Handler *handler, Reporter *reporter,
+ uint64 address)
+ : reader_(reader), handler_(handler), reporter_(reporter),
+ address_(address), entry_(NULL), cursor_(NULL) { }
+
+ // Interpret instructions from CIE, save the resulting rule set for
+ // DW_CFA_restore instructions, and return true. On error, report
+ // the problem to reporter_ and return false.
+ bool InterpretCIE(const CIE &cie);
+
+ // Interpret instructions from FDE, and return true. On error,
+ // report the problem to reporter_ and return false.
+ bool InterpretFDE(const FDE &fde);
+
+ private:
+ // The operands of a CFI instruction, for ParseOperands.
+ struct Operands {
+ unsigned register_number; // A register number.
+ uint64 offset; // An offset or address.
+ long signed_offset; // A signed offset.
+ string expression; // A DWARF expression.
+ };
+
+ // Parse CFI instruction operands from STATE's instruction stream as
+ // described by FORMAT. On success, populate OPERANDS with the
+ // results, and return true. On failure, report the problem and
+ // return false.
+ //
+ // Each character of FORMAT should be one of the following:
+ //
+ // 'r' unsigned LEB128 register number (OPERANDS->register_number)
+ // 'o' unsigned LEB128 offset (OPERANDS->offset)
+ // 's' signed LEB128 offset (OPERANDS->signed_offset)
+ // 'a' machine-size address (OPERANDS->offset)
+ // (If the CIE has a 'z' augmentation string, 'a' uses the
+ // encoding specified by the 'R' argument.)
+ // '1' a one-byte offset (OPERANDS->offset)
+ // '2' a two-byte offset (OPERANDS->offset)
+ // '4' a four-byte offset (OPERANDS->offset)
+ // '8' an eight-byte offset (OPERANDS->offset)
+ // 'e' a DW_FORM_block holding a (OPERANDS->expression)
+ // DWARF expression
+ bool ParseOperands(const char *format, Operands *operands);
+
+ // Interpret one CFI instruction from STATE's instruction stream, update
+ // STATE, report any rule changes to handler_, and return true. On
+ // failure, report the problem and return false.
+ bool DoInstruction();
+
+ // The following Do* member functions are subroutines of DoInstruction,
+ // factoring out the actual work of operations that have several
+ // different encodings.
+
+ // Set the CFA rule to be the value of BASE_REGISTER plus OFFSET, and
+ // return true. On failure, report and return false. (Used for
+ // DW_CFA_def_cfa and DW_CFA_def_cfa_sf.)
+ bool DoDefCFA(unsigned base_register, long offset);
+
+ // Change the offset of the CFA rule to OFFSET, and return true. On
+ // failure, report and return false. (Subroutine for
+ // DW_CFA_def_cfa_offset and DW_CFA_def_cfa_offset_sf.)
+ bool DoDefCFAOffset(long offset);
+
+ // Specify that REG can be recovered using RULE, and return true. On
+ // failure, report and return false.
+ bool DoRule(unsigned reg, Rule *rule);
+
+ // Specify that REG can be found at OFFSET from the CFA, and return true.
+ // On failure, report and return false. (Subroutine for DW_CFA_offset,
+ // DW_CFA_offset_extended, and DW_CFA_offset_extended_sf.)
+ bool DoOffset(unsigned reg, long offset);
+
+ // Specify that the caller's value for REG is the CFA plus OFFSET,
+ // and return true. On failure, report and return false. (Subroutine
+ // for DW_CFA_val_offset and DW_CFA_val_offset_sf.)
+ bool DoValOffset(unsigned reg, long offset);
+
+ // Restore REG to the rule established in the CIE, and return true. On
+ // failure, report and return false. (Subroutine for DW_CFA_restore and
+ // DW_CFA_restore_extended.)
+ bool DoRestore(unsigned reg);
+
+ // Return the section offset of the instruction at cursor. For use
+ // in error messages.
+ uint64 CursorOffset() { return entry_->offset + (cursor_ - entry_->start); }
+
+ // Report that entry_ is incomplete, and return false. For brevity.
+ bool ReportIncomplete() {
+ reporter_->Incomplete(entry_->offset, entry_->kind);
+ return false;
+ }
+
+ // For reading multi-byte values with the appropriate endianness.
+ ByteReader *reader_;
+
+ // The handler to which we should report the data we find.
+ Handler *handler_;
+
+ // For reporting problems in the info we're parsing.
+ Reporter *reporter_;
+
+ // The code address to which the next instruction in the stream applies.
+ uint64 address_;
+
+ // The entry whose instructions we are currently processing. This is
+ // first a CIE, and then an FDE.
+ const Entry *entry_;
+
+ // The next instruction to process.
+ const char *cursor_;
+
+ // The current set of rules.
+ RuleMap rules_;
+
+ // The set of rules established by the CIE, used by DW_CFA_restore
+ // and DW_CFA_restore_extended. We set this after interpreting the
+ // CIE's instructions.
+ RuleMap cie_rules_;
+
+ // A stack of saved states, for DW_CFA_remember_state and
+ // DW_CFA_restore_state.
+ std::stack<RuleMap> saved_rules_;
+};
+
+bool CallFrameInfo::State::InterpretCIE(const CIE &cie) {
+ entry_ = &cie;
+ cursor_ = entry_->instructions;
+ while (cursor_ < entry_->end)
+ if (!DoInstruction())
+ return false;
+ // Note the rules established by the CIE, for use by DW_CFA_restore
+ // and DW_CFA_restore_extended.
+ cie_rules_ = rules_;
+ return true;
+}
+
+bool CallFrameInfo::State::InterpretFDE(const FDE &fde) {
+ entry_ = &fde;
+ cursor_ = entry_->instructions;
+ while (cursor_ < entry_->end)
+ if (!DoInstruction())
+ return false;
+ return true;
+}
+
+bool CallFrameInfo::State::ParseOperands(const char *format,
+ Operands *operands) {
+ size_t len;
+ const char *operand;
+
+ for (operand = format; *operand; operand++) {
+ size_t bytes_left = entry_->end - cursor_;
+ switch (*operand) {
+ case 'r':
+ operands->register_number = reader_->ReadUnsignedLEB128(cursor_, &len);
+ if (len > bytes_left) return ReportIncomplete();
+ cursor_ += len;
+ break;
+
+ case 'o':
+ operands->offset = reader_->ReadUnsignedLEB128(cursor_, &len);
+ if (len > bytes_left) return ReportIncomplete();
+ cursor_ += len;
+ break;
+
+ case 's':
+ operands->signed_offset = reader_->ReadSignedLEB128(cursor_, &len);
+ if (len > bytes_left) return ReportIncomplete();
+ cursor_ += len;
+ break;
+
+ case 'a':
+ operands->offset =
+ reader_->ReadEncodedPointer(cursor_, entry_->cie->pointer_encoding,
+ &len);
+ if (len > bytes_left) return ReportIncomplete();
+ cursor_ += len;
+ break;
+
+ case '1':
+ if (1 > bytes_left) return ReportIncomplete();
+ operands->offset = static_cast<unsigned char>(*cursor_++);
+ break;
+
+ case '2':
+ if (2 > bytes_left) return ReportIncomplete();
+ operands->offset = reader_->ReadTwoBytes(cursor_);
+ cursor_ += 2;
+ break;
+
+ case '4':
+ if (4 > bytes_left) return ReportIncomplete();
+ operands->offset = reader_->ReadFourBytes(cursor_);
+ cursor_ += 4;
+ break;
+
+ case '8':
+ if (8 > bytes_left) return ReportIncomplete();
+ operands->offset = reader_->ReadEightBytes(cursor_);
+ cursor_ += 8;
+ break;
+
+ case 'e': {
+ size_t expression_length = reader_->ReadUnsignedLEB128(cursor_, &len);
+ if (len > bytes_left || expression_length > bytes_left - len)
+ return ReportIncomplete();
+ cursor_ += len;
+ operands->expression = string(cursor_, expression_length);
+ cursor_ += expression_length;
+ break;
+ }
+
+ default:
+ assert(0);
+ }
+ }
+
+ return true;
+}
+
+bool CallFrameInfo::State::DoInstruction() {
+ CIE *cie = entry_->cie;
+ Operands ops;
+
+ // Our entry's kind should have been set by now.
+ assert(entry_->kind != kUnknown);
+
+ // We shouldn't have been invoked unless there were more
+ // instructions to parse.
+ assert(cursor_ < entry_->end);
+
+ unsigned opcode = *cursor_++;
+ if ((opcode & 0xc0) != 0) {
+ switch (opcode & 0xc0) {
+ // Advance the address.
+ case DW_CFA_advance_loc: {
+ size_t code_offset = opcode & 0x3f;
+ address_ += code_offset * cie->code_alignment_factor;
+ break;
+ }
+
+ // Find a register at an offset from the CFA.
+ case DW_CFA_offset:
+ if (!ParseOperands("o", &ops) ||
+ !DoOffset(opcode & 0x3f, ops.offset * cie->data_alignment_factor))
+ return false;
+ break;
+
+ // Restore the rule established for a register by the CIE.
+ case DW_CFA_restore:
+ if (!DoRestore(opcode & 0x3f)) return false;
+ break;
+
+ // The 'if' above should have excluded this possibility.
+ default:
+ assert(0);
+ }
+
+ // Return here, so the big switch below won't be indented.
+ return true;
+ }
+
+ switch (opcode) {
+ // Set the address.
+ case DW_CFA_set_loc:
+ if (!ParseOperands("a", &ops)) return false;
+ address_ = ops.offset;
+ break;
+
+ // Advance the address.
+ case DW_CFA_advance_loc1:
+ if (!ParseOperands("1", &ops)) return false;
+ address_ += ops.offset * cie->code_alignment_factor;
+ break;
+
+ // Advance the address.
+ case DW_CFA_advance_loc2:
+ if (!ParseOperands("2", &ops)) return false;
+ address_ += ops.offset * cie->code_alignment_factor;
+ break;
+
+ // Advance the address.
+ case DW_CFA_advance_loc4:
+ if (!ParseOperands("4", &ops)) return false;
+ address_ += ops.offset * cie->code_alignment_factor;
+ break;
+
+ // Advance the address.
+ case DW_CFA_MIPS_advance_loc8:
+ if (!ParseOperands("8", &ops)) return false;
+ address_ += ops.offset * cie->code_alignment_factor;
+ break;
+
+ // Compute the CFA by adding an offset to a register.
+ case DW_CFA_def_cfa:
+ if (!ParseOperands("ro", &ops) ||
+ !DoDefCFA(ops.register_number, ops.offset))
+ return false;
+ break;
+
+ // Compute the CFA by adding an offset to a register.
+ case DW_CFA_def_cfa_sf:
+ if (!ParseOperands("rs", &ops) ||
+ !DoDefCFA(ops.register_number,
+ ops.signed_offset * cie->data_alignment_factor))
+ return false;
+ break;
+
+ // Change the base register used to compute the CFA.
+ case DW_CFA_def_cfa_register: {
+ Rule *cfa_rule = rules_.CFARule();
+ if (!cfa_rule) {
+ reporter_->NoCFARule(entry_->offset, entry_->kind, CursorOffset());
+ return false;
+ }
+ if (!ParseOperands("r", &ops)) return false;
+ cfa_rule->SetBaseRegister(ops.register_number);
+ if (!cfa_rule->Handle(handler_, address_,
+ Handler::kCFARegister))
+ return false;
+ break;
+ }
+
+ // Change the offset used to compute the CFA.
+ case DW_CFA_def_cfa_offset:
+ if (!ParseOperands("o", &ops) ||
+ !DoDefCFAOffset(ops.offset))
+ return false;
+ break;
+
+ // Change the offset used to compute the CFA.
+ case DW_CFA_def_cfa_offset_sf:
+ if (!ParseOperands("s", &ops) ||
+ !DoDefCFAOffset(ops.signed_offset * cie->data_alignment_factor))
+ return false;
+ break;
+
+ // Specify an expression whose value is the CFA.
+ case DW_CFA_def_cfa_expression: {
+ if (!ParseOperands("e", &ops))
+ return false;
+ Rule *rule = new ValExpressionRule(ops.expression);
+ rules_.SetCFARule(rule);
+ if (!rule->Handle(handler_, address_,
+ Handler::kCFARegister))
+ return false;
+ break;
+ }
+
+ // The register's value cannot be recovered.
+ case DW_CFA_undefined: {
+ if (!ParseOperands("r", &ops) ||
+ !DoRule(ops.register_number, new UndefinedRule()))
+ return false;
+ break;
+ }
+
+ // The register's value is unchanged from its value in the caller.
+ case DW_CFA_same_value: {
+ if (!ParseOperands("r", &ops) ||
+ !DoRule(ops.register_number, new SameValueRule()))
+ return false;
+ break;
+ }
+
+ // Find a register at an offset from the CFA.
+ case DW_CFA_offset_extended:
+ if (!ParseOperands("ro", &ops) ||
+ !DoOffset(ops.register_number,
+ ops.offset * cie->data_alignment_factor))
+ return false;
+ break;
+
+ // The register is saved at an offset from the CFA.
+ case DW_CFA_offset_extended_sf:
+ if (!ParseOperands("rs", &ops) ||
+ !DoOffset(ops.register_number,
+ ops.signed_offset * cie->data_alignment_factor))
+ return false;
+ break;
+
+ // The register is saved at an offset from the CFA.
+ case DW_CFA_GNU_negative_offset_extended:
+ if (!ParseOperands("ro", &ops) ||
+ !DoOffset(ops.register_number,
+ -ops.offset * cie->data_alignment_factor))
+ return false;
+ break;
+
+ // The register's value is the sum of the CFA plus an offset.
+ case DW_CFA_val_offset:
+ if (!ParseOperands("ro", &ops) ||
+ !DoValOffset(ops.register_number,
+ ops.offset * cie->data_alignment_factor))
+ return false;
+ break;
+
+ // The register's value is the sum of the CFA plus an offset.
+ case DW_CFA_val_offset_sf:
+ if (!ParseOperands("rs", &ops) ||
+ !DoValOffset(ops.register_number,
+ ops.signed_offset * cie->data_alignment_factor))
+ return false;
+ break;
+
+ // The register has been saved in another register.
+ case DW_CFA_register: {
+ if (!ParseOperands("ro", &ops) ||
+ !DoRule(ops.register_number, new RegisterRule(ops.offset)))
+ return false;
+ break;
+ }
+
+ // An expression yields the address at which the register is saved.
+ case DW_CFA_expression: {
+ if (!ParseOperands("re", &ops) ||
+ !DoRule(ops.register_number, new ExpressionRule(ops.expression)))
+ return false;
+ break;
+ }
+
+ // An expression yields the caller's value for the register.
+ case DW_CFA_val_expression: {
+ if (!ParseOperands("re", &ops) ||
+ !DoRule(ops.register_number, new ValExpressionRule(ops.expression)))
+ return false;
+ break;
+ }
+
+ // Restore the rule established for a register by the CIE.
+ case DW_CFA_restore_extended:
+ if (!ParseOperands("r", &ops) ||
+ !DoRestore( ops.register_number))
+ return false;
+ break;
+
+ // Save the current set of rules on a stack.
+ case DW_CFA_remember_state:
+ saved_rules_.push(rules_);
+ break;
+
+ // Pop the current set of rules off the stack.
+ case DW_CFA_restore_state: {
+ if (saved_rules_.empty()) {
+ reporter_->EmptyStateStack(entry_->offset, entry_->kind,
+ CursorOffset());
+ return false;
+ }
+ const RuleMap &new_rules = saved_rules_.top();
+ if (rules_.CFARule() && !new_rules.CFARule()) {
+ reporter_->ClearingCFARule(entry_->offset, entry_->kind,
+ CursorOffset());
+ return false;
+ }
+ rules_.HandleTransitionTo(handler_, address_, new_rules);
+ rules_ = new_rules;
+ saved_rules_.pop();
+ break;
+ }
+
+ // No operation. (Padding instruction.)
+ case DW_CFA_nop:
+ break;
+
+ // A SPARC register window save: Registers 8 through 15 (%o0-%o7)
+ // are saved in registers 24 through 31 (%i0-%i7), and registers
+ // 16 through 31 (%l0-%l7 and %i0-%i7) are saved at CFA offsets
+ // (0-15 * the register size). The register numbers must be
+ // hard-coded. A GNU extension, and not a pretty one.
+ case DW_CFA_GNU_window_save: {
+ // Save %o0-%o7 in %i0-%i7.
+ for (int i = 8; i < 16; i++)
+ if (!DoRule(i, new RegisterRule(i + 16)))
+ return false;
+ // Save %l0-%l7 and %i0-%i7 at the CFA.
+ for (int i = 16; i < 32; i++)
+ // Assume that the byte reader's address size is the same as
+ // the architecture's register size. !@#%*^ hilarious.
+ if (!DoRule(i, new OffsetRule(Handler::kCFARegister,
+ (i - 16) * reader_->AddressSize())))
+ return false;
+ break;
+ }
+
+ // I'm not sure what this is. GDB doesn't use it for unwinding.
+ case DW_CFA_GNU_args_size:
+ if (!ParseOperands("o", &ops)) return false;
+ break;
+
+ // An opcode we don't recognize.
+ default: {
+ reporter_->BadInstruction(entry_->offset, entry_->kind, CursorOffset());
+ return false;
+ }
+ }
+
+ return true;
+}
+
+bool CallFrameInfo::State::DoDefCFA(unsigned base_register, long offset) {
+ Rule *rule = new ValOffsetRule(base_register, offset);
+ rules_.SetCFARule(rule);
+ return rule->Handle(handler_, address_,
+ Handler::kCFARegister);
+}
+
+bool CallFrameInfo::State::DoDefCFAOffset(long offset) {
+ Rule *cfa_rule = rules_.CFARule();
+ if (!cfa_rule) {
+ reporter_->NoCFARule(entry_->offset, entry_->kind, CursorOffset());
+ return false;
+ }
+ cfa_rule->SetOffset(offset);
+ return cfa_rule->Handle(handler_, address_,
+ Handler::kCFARegister);
+}
+
+bool CallFrameInfo::State::DoRule(unsigned reg, Rule *rule) {
+ rules_.SetRegisterRule(reg, rule);
+ return rule->Handle(handler_, address_, reg);
+}
+
+bool CallFrameInfo::State::DoOffset(unsigned reg, long offset) {
+ if (!rules_.CFARule()) {
+ reporter_->NoCFARule(entry_->offset, entry_->kind, CursorOffset());
+ return false;
+ }
+ return DoRule(reg,
+ new OffsetRule(Handler::kCFARegister, offset));
+}
+
+bool CallFrameInfo::State::DoValOffset(unsigned reg, long offset) {
+ if (!rules_.CFARule()) {
+ reporter_->NoCFARule(entry_->offset, entry_->kind, CursorOffset());
+ return false;
+ }
+ return DoRule(reg,
+ new ValOffsetRule(Handler::kCFARegister, offset));
+}
+
+bool CallFrameInfo::State::DoRestore(unsigned reg) {
+ // DW_CFA_restore and DW_CFA_restore_extended don't make sense in a CIE.
+ if (entry_->kind == kCIE) {
+ reporter_->RestoreInCIE(entry_->offset, CursorOffset());
+ return false;
+ }
+ Rule *rule = cie_rules_.RegisterRule(reg);
+ if (!rule) {
+ // This isn't really the right thing to do, but since CFI generally
+ // only mentions callee-saves registers, and GCC's convention for
+ // callee-saves registers is that they are unchanged, it's a good
+ // approximation.
+ rule = new SameValueRule();
+ }
+ return DoRule(reg, rule);
+}
+
+bool CallFrameInfo::ReadEntryPrologue(const char *cursor, Entry *entry) {
+ const char *buffer_end = buffer_ + buffer_length_;
+
+ // Initialize enough of ENTRY for use in error reporting.
+ entry->offset = cursor - buffer_;
+ entry->start = cursor;
+ entry->kind = kUnknown;
+ entry->end = NULL;
+
+ // Read the initial length. This sets reader_'s offset size.
+ size_t length_size;
+ uint64 length = reader_->ReadInitialLength(cursor, &length_size);
+ if (length_size > size_t(buffer_end - cursor))
+ return ReportIncomplete(entry);
+ cursor += length_size;
+
+ // In a .eh_frame section, a length of zero marks the end of the series
+ // of entries.
+ if (length == 0 && eh_frame_) {
+ entry->kind = kTerminator;
+ entry->end = cursor;
+ return true;
+ }
+
+ // Validate the length.
+ if (length > size_t(buffer_end - cursor))
+ return ReportIncomplete(entry);
+
+ // The length is the number of bytes after the initial length field;
+ // we have that position handy at this point, so compute the end
+ // now. (If we're parsing 64-bit-offset DWARF on a 32-bit machine,
+ // and the length didn't fit in a size_t, we would have rejected it
+ // above.)
+ entry->end = cursor + length;
+
+ // Parse the next field: either the offset of a CIE or a CIE id.
+ size_t offset_size = reader_->OffsetSize();
+ if (offset_size > size_t(entry->end - cursor)) return ReportIncomplete(entry);
+ entry->id = reader_->ReadOffset(cursor);
+
+ // Don't advance cursor past id field yet; in .eh_frame data we need
+ // the id's position to compute the section offset of an FDE's CIE.
+
+ // Now we can decide what kind of entry this is.
+ if (eh_frame_) {
+ // In .eh_frame data, an ID of zero marks the entry as a CIE, and
+ // anything else is an offset from the id field of the FDE to the start
+ // of the CIE.
+ if (entry->id == 0) {
+ entry->kind = kCIE;
+ } else {
+ entry->kind = kFDE;
+ // Turn the offset from the id into an offset from the buffer's start.
+ entry->id = (cursor - buffer_) - entry->id;
+ }
+ } else {
+ // In DWARF CFI data, an ID of ~0 (of the appropriate width, given the
+ // offset size for the entry) marks the entry as a CIE, and anything
+ // else is the offset of the CIE from the beginning of the section.
+ if (offset_size == 4)
+ entry->kind = (entry->id == 0xffffffff) ? kCIE : kFDE;
+ else {
+ assert(offset_size == 8);
+ entry->kind = (entry->id == 0xffffffffffffffffULL) ? kCIE : kFDE;
+ }
+ }
+
+ // Now advance cursor past the id.
+ cursor += offset_size;
+
+ // The fields specific to this kind of entry start here.
+ entry->fields = cursor;
+
+ entry->cie = NULL;
+
+ return true;
+}
+
+bool CallFrameInfo::ReadCIEFields(CIE *cie) {
+ const char *cursor = cie->fields;
+ size_t len;
+
+ assert(cie->kind == kCIE);
+
+ // Prepare for early exit.
+ cie->version = 0;
+ cie->augmentation.clear();
+ cie->code_alignment_factor = 0;
+ cie->data_alignment_factor = 0;
+ cie->return_address_register = 0;
+ cie->has_z_augmentation = false;
+ cie->pointer_encoding = DW_EH_PE_absptr;
+ cie->instructions = 0;
+
+ // Parse the version number.
+ if (cie->end - cursor < 1)
+ return ReportIncomplete(cie);
+ cie->version = reader_->ReadOneByte(cursor);
+ cursor++;
+
+ // If we don't recognize the version, we can't parse any more fields of the
+ // CIE. For DWARF CFI, we handle versions 1 through 3 (there was never a
+ // version 2 of CFI data). For .eh_frame, we handle versions 1 and 3 as well;
+ // the difference between those versions seems to be the same as for
+ // .debug_frame.
+ if (cie->version < 1 || cie->version > 3) {
+ reporter_->UnrecognizedVersion(cie->offset, cie->version);
+ return false;
+ }
+
+ const char *augmentation_start = cursor;
+ const void *augmentation_end =
+ memchr(augmentation_start, '\0', cie->end - augmentation_start);
+ if (! augmentation_end) return ReportIncomplete(cie);
+ cursor = static_cast<const char *>(augmentation_end);
+ cie->augmentation = string(augmentation_start,
+ cursor - augmentation_start);
+ // Skip the terminating '\0'.
+ cursor++;
+
+ // Is this CFI augmented?
+ if (!cie->augmentation.empty()) {
+ // Is it an augmentation we recognize?
+ if (cie->augmentation[0] == DW_Z_augmentation_start) {
+ // Linux C++ ABI 'z' augmentation, used for exception handling data.
+ cie->has_z_augmentation = true;
+ } else {
+ // Not an augmentation we recognize. Augmentations can have arbitrary
+ // effects on the form of rest of the content, so we have to give up.
+ reporter_->UnrecognizedAugmentation(cie->offset, cie->augmentation);
+ return false;
+ }
+ }
+
+ // Parse the code alignment factor.
+ cie->code_alignment_factor = reader_->ReadUnsignedLEB128(cursor, &len);
+ if (size_t(cie->end - cursor) < len) return ReportIncomplete(cie);
+ cursor += len;
+
+ // Parse the data alignment factor.
+ cie->data_alignment_factor = reader_->ReadSignedLEB128(cursor, &len);
+ if (size_t(cie->end - cursor) < len) return ReportIncomplete(cie);
+ cursor += len;
+
+ // Parse the return address register. This is a ubyte in version 1, and
+ // a ULEB128 in version 3.
+ if (cie->version == 1) {
+ if (cursor >= cie->end) return ReportIncomplete(cie);
+ cie->return_address_register = uint8(*cursor++);
+ } else {
+ cie->return_address_register = reader_->ReadUnsignedLEB128(cursor, &len);
+ if (size_t(cie->end - cursor) < len) return ReportIncomplete(cie);
+ cursor += len;
+ }
+
+ // If we have a 'z' augmentation string, find the augmentation data and
+ // use the augmentation string to parse it.
+ if (cie->has_z_augmentation) {
+ uint64_t data_size = reader_->ReadUnsignedLEB128(cursor, &len);
+ if (size_t(cie->end - cursor) < len + data_size)
+ return ReportIncomplete(cie);
+ cursor += len;
+ const char *data = cursor;
+ cursor += data_size;
+ const char *data_end = cursor;
+
+ cie->has_z_lsda = false;
+ cie->has_z_personality = false;
+ cie->has_z_signal_frame = false;
+
+ // Walk the augmentation string, and extract values from the
+ // augmentation data as the string directs.
+ for (size_t i = 1; i < cie->augmentation.size(); i++) {
+ switch (cie->augmentation[i]) {
+ case DW_Z_has_LSDA:
+ // The CIE's augmentation data holds the language-specific data
+ // area pointer's encoding, and the FDE's augmentation data holds
+ // the pointer itself.
+ cie->has_z_lsda = true;
+ // Fetch the LSDA encoding from the augmentation data.
+ if (data >= data_end) return ReportIncomplete(cie);
+ cie->lsda_encoding = DwarfPointerEncoding(*data++);
+ if (!reader_->ValidEncoding(cie->lsda_encoding)) {
+ reporter_->InvalidPointerEncoding(cie->offset, cie->lsda_encoding);
+ return false;
+ }
+ // Don't check if the encoding is usable here --- we haven't
+ // read the FDE's fields yet, so we're not prepared for
+ // DW_EH_PE_funcrel, although that's a fine encoding for the
+ // LSDA to use, since it appears in the FDE.
+ break;
+
+ case DW_Z_has_personality_routine:
+ // The CIE's augmentation data holds the personality routine
+ // pointer's encoding, followed by the pointer itself.
+ cie->has_z_personality = true;
+ // Fetch the personality routine pointer's encoding from the
+ // augmentation data.
+ if (data >= data_end) return ReportIncomplete(cie);
+ cie->personality_encoding = DwarfPointerEncoding(*data++);
+ if (!reader_->ValidEncoding(cie->personality_encoding)) {
+ reporter_->InvalidPointerEncoding(cie->offset,
+ cie->personality_encoding);
+ return false;
+ }
+ if (!reader_->UsableEncoding(cie->personality_encoding)) {
+ reporter_->UnusablePointerEncoding(cie->offset,
+ cie->personality_encoding);
+ return false;
+ }
+ // Fetch the personality routine's pointer itself from the data.
+ cie->personality_address =
+ reader_->ReadEncodedPointer(data, cie->personality_encoding,
+ &len);
+ if (len > size_t(data_end - data))
+ return ReportIncomplete(cie);
+ data += len;
+ break;
+
+ case DW_Z_has_FDE_address_encoding:
+ // The CIE's augmentation data holds the pointer encoding to use
+ // for addresses in the FDE.
+ if (data >= data_end) return ReportIncomplete(cie);
+ cie->pointer_encoding = DwarfPointerEncoding(*data++);
+ if (!reader_->ValidEncoding(cie->pointer_encoding)) {
+ reporter_->InvalidPointerEncoding(cie->offset,
+ cie->pointer_encoding);
+ return false;
+ }
+ if (!reader_->UsableEncoding(cie->pointer_encoding)) {
+ reporter_->UnusablePointerEncoding(cie->offset,
+ cie->pointer_encoding);
+ return false;
+ }
+ break;
+
+ case DW_Z_is_signal_trampoline:
+ // Frames using this CIE are signal delivery frames.
+ cie->has_z_signal_frame = true;
+ break;
+
+ default:
+ // An augmentation we don't recognize.
+ reporter_->UnrecognizedAugmentation(cie->offset, cie->augmentation);
+ return false;
+ }
+ }
+ }
+
+ // The CIE's instructions start here.
+ cie->instructions = cursor;
+
+ return true;
+}
+
+bool CallFrameInfo::ReadFDEFields(FDE *fde) {
+ const char *cursor = fde->fields;
+ size_t size;
+
+ fde->address = reader_->ReadEncodedPointer(cursor, fde->cie->pointer_encoding,
+ &size);
+ if (size > size_t(fde->end - cursor))
+ return ReportIncomplete(fde);
+ cursor += size;
+ reader_->SetFunctionBase(fde->address);
+
+ // For the length, we strip off the upper nybble of the encoding used for
+ // the starting address.
+ DwarfPointerEncoding length_encoding =
+ DwarfPointerEncoding(fde->cie->pointer_encoding & 0x0f);
+ fde->size = reader_->ReadEncodedPointer(cursor, length_encoding, &size);
+ if (size > size_t(fde->end - cursor))
+ return ReportIncomplete(fde);
+ cursor += size;
+
+ // If the CIE has a 'z' augmentation string, then augmentation data
+ // appears here.
+ if (fde->cie->has_z_augmentation) {
+ uint64_t data_size = reader_->ReadUnsignedLEB128(cursor, &size);
+ if (size_t(fde->end - cursor) < size + data_size)
+ return ReportIncomplete(fde);
+ cursor += size;
+
+ // In the abstract, we should walk the augmentation string, and extract
+ // items from the FDE's augmentation data as we encounter augmentation
+ // string characters that specify their presence: the ordering of items
+ // in the augmentation string determines the arrangement of values in
+ // the augmentation data.
+ //
+ // In practice, there's only ever one value in FDE augmentation data
+ // that we support --- the LSDA pointer --- and we have to bail if we
+ // see any unrecognized augmentation string characters. So if there is
+ // anything here at all, we know what it is, and where it starts.
+ if (fde->cie->has_z_lsda) {
+ // Check whether the LSDA's pointer encoding is usable now: only once
+ // we've parsed the FDE's starting address do we call reader_->
+ // SetFunctionBase, so that the DW_EH_PE_funcrel encoding becomes
+ // usable.
+ if (!reader_->UsableEncoding(fde->cie->lsda_encoding)) {
+ reporter_->UnusablePointerEncoding(fde->cie->offset,
+ fde->cie->lsda_encoding);
+ return false;
+ }
+
+ fde->lsda_address =
+ reader_->ReadEncodedPointer(cursor, fde->cie->lsda_encoding, &size);
+ if (size > data_size)
+ return ReportIncomplete(fde);
+ // Ideally, we would also complain here if there were unconsumed
+ // augmentation data.
+ }
+
+ cursor += data_size;
+ }
+
+ // The FDE's instructions start after those.
+ fde->instructions = cursor;
+
+ return true;
+}
+
+bool CallFrameInfo::Start() {
+ const char *buffer_end = buffer_ + buffer_length_;
+ const char *cursor;
+ bool all_ok = true;
+ const char *entry_end;
+ bool ok;
+
+ // Traverse all the entries in buffer_, skipping CIEs and offering
+ // FDEs to the handler.
+ for (cursor = buffer_; cursor < buffer_end;
+ cursor = entry_end, all_ok = all_ok && ok) {
+ FDE fde;
+
+ // Make it easy to skip this entry with 'continue': assume that
+ // things are not okay until we've checked all the data, and
+ // prepare the address of the next entry.
+ ok = false;
+
+ // Read the entry's prologue.
+ if (!ReadEntryPrologue(cursor, &fde)) {
+ if (!fde.end) {
+ // If we couldn't even figure out this entry's extent, then we
+ // must stop processing entries altogether.
+ all_ok = false;
+ break;
+ }
+ entry_end = fde.end;
+ continue;
+ }
+
+ // The next iteration picks up after this entry.
+ entry_end = fde.end;
+
+ // Did we see an .eh_frame terminating mark?
+ if (fde.kind == kTerminator) {
+ // If there appears to be more data left in the section after the
+ // terminating mark, warn the user. But this is just a warning;
+ // we leave all_ok true.
+ if (fde.end < buffer_end) reporter_->EarlyEHTerminator(fde.offset);
+ break;
+ }
+
+ // In this loop, we skip CIEs. We only parse them fully when we
+ // parse an FDE that refers to them. This limits our memory
+ // consumption (beyond the buffer itself) to that needed to
+ // process the largest single entry.
+ if (fde.kind != kFDE) {
+ ok = true;
+ continue;
+ }
+
+ // Validate the CIE pointer.
+ if (fde.id > buffer_length_) {
+ reporter_->CIEPointerOutOfRange(fde.offset, fde.id);
+ continue;
+ }
+
+ CIE cie;
+
+ // Parse this FDE's CIE header.
+ if (!ReadEntryPrologue(buffer_ + fde.id, &cie))
+ continue;
+ // This had better be an actual CIE.
+ if (cie.kind != kCIE) {
+ reporter_->BadCIEId(fde.offset, fde.id);
+ continue;
+ }
+ if (!ReadCIEFields(&cie))
+ continue;
+
+ // We now have the values that govern both the CIE and the FDE.
+ cie.cie = &cie;
+ fde.cie = &cie;
+
+ // Parse the FDE's header.
+ if (!ReadFDEFields(&fde))
+ continue;
+
+ // Call Entry to ask the consumer if they're interested.
+ if (!handler_->Entry(fde.offset, fde.address, fde.size,
+ cie.version, cie.augmentation,
+ cie.return_address_register)) {
+ // The handler isn't interested in this entry. That's not an error.
+ ok = true;
+ continue;
+ }
+
+ if (cie.has_z_augmentation) {
+ // Report the personality routine address, if we have one.
+ if (cie.has_z_personality) {
+ if (!handler_
+ ->PersonalityRoutine(cie.personality_address,
+ IsIndirectEncoding(cie.personality_encoding)))
+ continue;
+ }
+
+ // Report the language-specific data area address, if we have one.
+ if (cie.has_z_lsda) {
+ if (!handler_
+ ->LanguageSpecificDataArea(fde.lsda_address,
+ IsIndirectEncoding(cie.lsda_encoding)))
+ continue;
+ }
+
+ // If this is a signal-handling frame, report that.
+ if (cie.has_z_signal_frame) {
+ if (!handler_->SignalHandler())
+ continue;
+ }
+ }
+
+ // Interpret the CIE's instructions, and then the FDE's instructions.
+ State state(reader_, handler_, reporter_, fde.address);
+ ok = state.InterpretCIE(cie) && state.InterpretFDE(fde);
+
+ // Tell the ByteReader that the function start address from the
+ // FDE header is no longer valid.
+ reader_->ClearFunctionBase();
+
+ // Report the end of the entry.
+ handler_->End();
+ }
+
+ return all_ok;
+}
+
+const char *CallFrameInfo::KindName(EntryKind kind) {
+ if (kind == CallFrameInfo::kUnknown)
+ return "entry";
+ else if (kind == CallFrameInfo::kCIE)
+ return "common information entry";
+ else if (kind == CallFrameInfo::kFDE)
+ return "frame description entry";
+ else {
+ assert (kind == CallFrameInfo::kTerminator);
+ return ".eh_frame sequence terminator";
+ }
+}
+
+bool CallFrameInfo::ReportIncomplete(Entry *entry) {
+ reporter_->Incomplete(entry->offset, entry->kind);
+ return false;
+}
+
+void CallFrameInfo::Reporter::Incomplete(uint64 offset,
+ CallFrameInfo::EntryKind kind) {
+ fprintf(stderr,
+ "%s: CFI %s at offset 0x%llx in '%s': entry ends early\n",
+ filename_.c_str(), CallFrameInfo::KindName(kind), offset,
+ section_.c_str());
+}
+
+void CallFrameInfo::Reporter::EarlyEHTerminator(uint64 offset) {
+ fprintf(stderr,
+ "%s: CFI at offset 0x%llx in '%s': saw end-of-data marker"
+ " before end of section contents\n",
+ filename_.c_str(), offset, section_.c_str());
+}
+
+void CallFrameInfo::Reporter::CIEPointerOutOfRange(uint64 offset,
+ uint64 cie_offset) {
+ fprintf(stderr,
+ "%s: CFI frame description entry at offset 0x%llx in '%s':"
+ " CIE pointer is out of range: 0x%llx\n",
+ filename_.c_str(), offset, section_.c_str(), cie_offset);
+}
+
+void CallFrameInfo::Reporter::BadCIEId(uint64 offset, uint64 cie_offset) {
+ fprintf(stderr,
+ "%s: CFI frame description entry at offset 0x%llx in '%s':"
+ " CIE pointer does not point to a CIE: 0x%llx\n",
+ filename_.c_str(), offset, section_.c_str(), cie_offset);
+}
+
+void CallFrameInfo::Reporter::UnrecognizedVersion(uint64 offset, int version) {
+ fprintf(stderr,
+ "%s: CFI frame description entry at offset 0x%llx in '%s':"
+ " CIE specifies unrecognized version: %d\n",
+ filename_.c_str(), offset, section_.c_str(), version);
+}
+
+void CallFrameInfo::Reporter::UnrecognizedAugmentation(uint64 offset,
+ const string &aug) {
+ fprintf(stderr,
+ "%s: CFI frame description entry at offset 0x%llx in '%s':"
+ " CIE specifies unrecognized augmentation: '%s'\n",
+ filename_.c_str(), offset, section_.c_str(), aug.c_str());
+}
+
+void CallFrameInfo::Reporter::InvalidPointerEncoding(uint64 offset,
+ uint8 encoding) {
+ fprintf(stderr,
+ "%s: CFI common information entry at offset 0x%llx in '%s':"
+ " 'z' augmentation specifies invalid pointer encoding: 0x%02x\n",
+ filename_.c_str(), offset, section_.c_str(), encoding);
+}
+
+void CallFrameInfo::Reporter::UnusablePointerEncoding(uint64 offset,
+ uint8 encoding) {
+ fprintf(stderr,
+ "%s: CFI common information entry at offset 0x%llx in '%s':"
+ " 'z' augmentation specifies a pointer encoding for which"
+ " we have no base address: 0x%02x\n",
+ filename_.c_str(), offset, section_.c_str(), encoding);
+}
+
+void CallFrameInfo::Reporter::RestoreInCIE(uint64 offset, uint64 insn_offset) {
+ fprintf(stderr,
+ "%s: CFI common information entry at offset 0x%llx in '%s':"
+ " the DW_CFA_restore instruction at offset 0x%llx"
+ " cannot be used in a common information entry\n",
+ filename_.c_str(), offset, section_.c_str(), insn_offset);
+}
+
+void CallFrameInfo::Reporter::BadInstruction(uint64 offset,
+ CallFrameInfo::EntryKind kind,
+ uint64 insn_offset) {
+ fprintf(stderr,
+ "%s: CFI %s at offset 0x%llx in section '%s':"
+ " the instruction at offset 0x%llx is unrecognized\n",
+ filename_.c_str(), CallFrameInfo::KindName(kind),
+ offset, section_.c_str(), insn_offset);
+}
+
+void CallFrameInfo::Reporter::NoCFARule(uint64 offset,
+ CallFrameInfo::EntryKind kind,
+ uint64 insn_offset) {
+ fprintf(stderr,
+ "%s: CFI %s at offset 0x%llx in section '%s':"
+ " the instruction at offset 0x%llx assumes that a CFA rule has"
+ " been set, but none has been set\n",
+ filename_.c_str(), CallFrameInfo::KindName(kind), offset,
+ section_.c_str(), insn_offset);
+}
+
+void CallFrameInfo::Reporter::EmptyStateStack(uint64 offset,
+ CallFrameInfo::EntryKind kind,
+ uint64 insn_offset) {
+ fprintf(stderr,
+ "%s: CFI %s at offset 0x%llx in section '%s':"
+ " the DW_CFA_restore_state instruction at offset 0x%llx"
+ " should pop a saved state from the stack, but the stack is empty\n",
+ filename_.c_str(), CallFrameInfo::KindName(kind), offset,
+ section_.c_str(), insn_offset);
+}
+
+void CallFrameInfo::Reporter::ClearingCFARule(uint64 offset,
+ CallFrameInfo::EntryKind kind,
+ uint64 insn_offset) {
+ fprintf(stderr,
+ "%s: CFI %s at offset 0x%llx in section '%s':"
+ " the DW_CFA_restore_state instruction at offset 0x%llx"
+ " would clear the CFA rule in effect\n",
+ filename_.c_str(), CallFrameInfo::KindName(kind), offset,
+ section_.c_str(), insn_offset);
+}
+
+} // namespace dwarf2reader
diff --git a/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/dwarf/dwarf2reader.h b/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/dwarf/dwarf2reader.h
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+// -*- mode: C++ -*-
+
+// Copyright (c) 2010 Google Inc. All Rights Reserved.
+//
+// Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
+// modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are
+// met:
+//
+// * Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright
+// notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
+// * Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above
+// copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer
+// in the documentation and/or other materials provided with the
+// distribution.
+// * Neither the name of Google Inc. nor the names of its
+// contributors may be used to endorse or promote products derived from
+// this software without specific prior written permission.
+//
+// THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS AND CONTRIBUTORS
+// "AS IS" AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT
+// LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR
+// A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE COPYRIGHT
+// OWNER OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL,
+// SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT
+// LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE,
+// DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY
+// THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT
+// (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE
+// OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
+
+// CFI reader author: Jim Blandy <jimb@mozilla.com> <jimb@red-bean.com>
+
+// This file contains definitions related to the DWARF2/3 reader and
+// it's handler interfaces.
+// The DWARF2/3 specification can be found at
+// http://dwarf.freestandards.org and should be considered required
+// reading if you wish to modify the implementation.
+// Only a cursory attempt is made to explain terminology that is
+// used here, as it is much better explained in the standard documents
+#ifndef COMMON_DWARF_DWARF2READER_H__
+#define COMMON_DWARF_DWARF2READER_H__
+
+#include <list>
+#include <map>
+#include <string>
+#include <utility>
+#include <vector>
+
+#include "common/dwarf/bytereader.h"
+#include "common/dwarf/dwarf2enums.h"
+#include "common/dwarf/types.h"
+#include "common/using_std_string.h"
+
+namespace dwarf2reader {
+struct LineStateMachine;
+class Dwarf2Handler;
+class LineInfoHandler;
+
+// This maps from a string naming a section to a pair containing a
+// the data for the section, and the size of the section.
+typedef std::map<string, std::pair<const char*, uint64> > SectionMap;
+typedef std::list<std::pair<enum DwarfAttribute, enum DwarfForm> >
+ AttributeList;
+typedef AttributeList::iterator AttributeIterator;
+typedef AttributeList::const_iterator ConstAttributeIterator;
+
+struct LineInfoHeader {
+ uint64 total_length;
+ uint16 version;
+ uint64 prologue_length;
+ uint8 min_insn_length; // insn stands for instructin
+ bool default_is_stmt; // stmt stands for statement
+ int8 line_base;
+ uint8 line_range;
+ uint8 opcode_base;
+ // Use a pointer so that signalsafe_addr2line is able to use this structure
+ // without heap allocation problem.
+ std::vector<unsigned char> *std_opcode_lengths;
+};
+
+class LineInfo {
+ public:
+
+ // Initializes a .debug_line reader. Buffer and buffer length point
+ // to the beginning and length of the line information to read.
+ // Reader is a ByteReader class that has the endianness set
+ // properly.
+ LineInfo(const char* buffer_, uint64 buffer_length,
+ ByteReader* reader, LineInfoHandler* handler);
+
+ virtual ~LineInfo() {
+ if (header_.std_opcode_lengths) {
+ delete header_.std_opcode_lengths;
+ }
+ }
+
+ // Start processing line info, and calling callbacks in the handler.
+ // Consumes the line number information for a single compilation unit.
+ // Returns the number of bytes processed.
+ uint64 Start();
+
+ // Process a single line info opcode at START using the state
+ // machine at LSM. Return true if we should define a line using the
+ // current state of the line state machine. Place the length of the
+ // opcode in LEN.
+ // If LSM_PASSES_PC is non-NULL, this function also checks if the lsm
+ // passes the address of PC. In other words, LSM_PASSES_PC will be
+ // set to true, if the following condition is met.
+ //
+ // lsm's old address < PC <= lsm's new address
+ static bool ProcessOneOpcode(ByteReader* reader,
+ LineInfoHandler* handler,
+ const struct LineInfoHeader &header,
+ const char* start,
+ struct LineStateMachine* lsm,
+ size_t* len,
+ uintptr pc,
+ bool *lsm_passes_pc);
+
+ private:
+ // Reads the DWARF2/3 header for this line info.
+ void ReadHeader();
+
+ // Reads the DWARF2/3 line information
+ void ReadLines();
+
+ // The associated handler to call processing functions in
+ LineInfoHandler* handler_;
+
+ // The associated ByteReader that handles endianness issues for us
+ ByteReader* reader_;
+
+ // A DWARF2/3 line info header. This is not the same size as
+ // in the actual file, as the one in the file may have a 32 bit or
+ // 64 bit lengths
+
+ struct LineInfoHeader header_;
+
+ // buffer is the buffer for our line info, starting at exactly where
+ // the line info to read is. after_header is the place right after
+ // the end of the line information header.
+ const char* buffer_;
+ uint64 buffer_length_;
+ const char* after_header_;
+};
+
+// This class is the main interface between the line info reader and
+// the client. The virtual functions inside this get called for
+// interesting events that happen during line info reading. The
+// default implementation does nothing
+
+class LineInfoHandler {
+ public:
+ LineInfoHandler() { }
+
+ virtual ~LineInfoHandler() { }
+
+ // Called when we define a directory. NAME is the directory name,
+ // DIR_NUM is the directory number
+ virtual void DefineDir(const string& name, uint32 dir_num) { }
+
+ // Called when we define a filename. NAME is the filename, FILE_NUM
+ // is the file number which is -1 if the file index is the next
+ // index after the last numbered index (this happens when files are
+ // dynamically defined by the line program), DIR_NUM is the
+ // directory index for the directory name of this file, MOD_TIME is
+ // the modification time of the file, and LENGTH is the length of
+ // the file
+ virtual void DefineFile(const string& name, int32 file_num,
+ uint32 dir_num, uint64 mod_time,
+ uint64 length) { }
+
+ // Called when the line info reader has a new line, address pair
+ // ready for us. ADDRESS is the address of the code, LENGTH is the
+ // length of its machine code in bytes, FILE_NUM is the file number
+ // containing the code, LINE_NUM is the line number in that file for
+ // the code, and COLUMN_NUM is the column number the code starts at,
+ // if we know it (0 otherwise).
+ virtual void AddLine(uint64 address, uint64 length,
+ uint32 file_num, uint32 line_num, uint32 column_num) { }
+};
+
+// The base of DWARF2/3 debug info is a DIE (Debugging Information
+// Entry.
+// DWARF groups DIE's into a tree and calls the root of this tree a
+// "compilation unit". Most of the time, there is one compilation
+// unit in the .debug_info section for each file that had debug info
+// generated.
+// Each DIE consists of
+
+// 1. a tag specifying a thing that is being described (ie
+// DW_TAG_subprogram for functions, DW_TAG_variable for variables, etc
+// 2. attributes (such as DW_AT_location for location in memory,
+// DW_AT_name for name), and data for each attribute.
+// 3. A flag saying whether the DIE has children or not
+
+// In order to gain some amount of compression, the format of
+// each DIE (tag name, attributes and data forms for the attributes)
+// are stored in a separate table called the "abbreviation table".
+// This is done because a large number of DIEs have the exact same tag
+// and list of attributes, but different data for those attributes.
+// As a result, the .debug_info section is just a stream of data, and
+// requires reading of the .debug_abbrev section to say what the data
+// means.
+
+// As a warning to the user, it should be noted that the reason for
+// using absolute offsets from the beginning of .debug_info is that
+// DWARF2/3 supports referencing DIE's from other DIE's by their offset
+// from either the current compilation unit start, *or* the beginning
+// of the .debug_info section. This means it is possible to reference
+// a DIE in one compilation unit from a DIE in another compilation
+// unit. This style of reference is usually used to eliminate
+// duplicated information that occurs across compilation
+// units, such as base types, etc. GCC 3.4+ support this with
+// -feliminate-dwarf2-dups. Other toolchains will sometimes do
+// duplicate elimination in the linker.
+
+class CompilationUnit {
+ public:
+
+ // Initialize a compilation unit. This requires a map of sections,
+ // the offset of this compilation unit in the .debug_info section, a
+ // ByteReader, and a Dwarf2Handler class to call callbacks in.
+ CompilationUnit(const SectionMap& sections, uint64 offset,
+ ByteReader* reader, Dwarf2Handler* handler);
+ virtual ~CompilationUnit() {
+ if (abbrevs_) delete abbrevs_;
+ }
+
+ // Begin reading a Dwarf2 compilation unit, and calling the
+ // callbacks in the Dwarf2Handler
+
+ // Return the full length of the compilation unit, including
+ // headers. This plus the starting offset passed to the constructor
+ // is the offset of the end of the compilation unit --- and the
+ // start of the next compilation unit, if there is one.
+ uint64 Start();
+
+ private:
+
+ // This struct represents a single DWARF2/3 abbreviation
+ // The abbreviation tells how to read a DWARF2/3 DIE, and consist of a
+ // tag and a list of attributes, as well as the data form of each attribute.
+ struct Abbrev {
+ uint64 number;
+ enum DwarfTag tag;
+ bool has_children;
+ AttributeList attributes;
+ };
+
+ // A DWARF2/3 compilation unit header. This is not the same size as
+ // in the actual file, as the one in the file may have a 32 bit or
+ // 64 bit length.
+ struct CompilationUnitHeader {
+ uint64 length;
+ uint16 version;
+ uint64 abbrev_offset;
+ uint8 address_size;
+ } header_;
+
+ // Reads the DWARF2/3 header for this compilation unit.
+ void ReadHeader();
+
+ // Reads the DWARF2/3 abbreviations for this compilation unit
+ void ReadAbbrevs();
+
+ // Processes a single DIE for this compilation unit and return a new
+ // pointer just past the end of it
+ const char* ProcessDIE(uint64 dieoffset,
+ const char* start,
+ const Abbrev& abbrev);
+
+ // Processes a single attribute and return a new pointer just past the
+ // end of it
+ const char* ProcessAttribute(uint64 dieoffset,
+ const char* start,
+ enum DwarfAttribute attr,
+ enum DwarfForm form);
+
+ // Processes all DIEs for this compilation unit
+ void ProcessDIEs();
+
+ // Skips the die with attributes specified in ABBREV starting at
+ // START, and return the new place to position the stream to.
+ const char* SkipDIE(const char* start,
+ const Abbrev& abbrev);
+
+ // Skips the attribute starting at START, with FORM, and return the
+ // new place to position the stream to.
+ const char* SkipAttribute(const char* start,
+ enum DwarfForm form);
+
+ // Offset from section start is the offset of this compilation unit
+ // from the beginning of the .debug_info section.
+ uint64 offset_from_section_start_;
+
+ // buffer is the buffer for our CU, starting at .debug_info + offset
+ // passed in from constructor.
+ // after_header points to right after the compilation unit header.
+ const char* buffer_;
+ uint64 buffer_length_;
+ const char* after_header_;
+
+ // The associated ByteReader that handles endianness issues for us
+ ByteReader* reader_;
+
+ // The map of sections in our file to buffers containing their data
+ const SectionMap& sections_;
+
+ // The associated handler to call processing functions in
+ Dwarf2Handler* handler_;
+
+ // Set of DWARF2/3 abbreviations for this compilation unit. Indexed
+ // by abbreviation number, which means that abbrevs_[0] is not
+ // valid.
+ std::vector<Abbrev>* abbrevs_;
+
+ // String section buffer and length, if we have a string section.
+ // This is here to avoid doing a section lookup for strings in
+ // ProcessAttribute, which is in the hot path for DWARF2 reading.
+ const char* string_buffer_;
+ uint64 string_buffer_length_;
+};
+
+// This class is the main interface between the reader and the
+// client. The virtual functions inside this get called for
+// interesting events that happen during DWARF2 reading.
+// The default implementation skips everything.
+
+class Dwarf2Handler {
+ public:
+ Dwarf2Handler() { }
+
+ virtual ~Dwarf2Handler() { }
+
+ // Start to process a compilation unit at OFFSET from the beginning of the
+ // .debug_info section. Return false if you would like to skip this
+ // compilation unit.
+ virtual bool StartCompilationUnit(uint64 offset, uint8 address_size,
+ uint8 offset_size, uint64 cu_length,
+ uint8 dwarf_version) { return false; }
+
+ // Start to process a DIE at OFFSET from the beginning of the .debug_info
+ // section. Return false if you would like to skip this DIE.
+ virtual bool StartDIE(uint64 offset, enum DwarfTag tag,
+ const AttributeList& attrs) { return false; }
+
+ // Called when we have an attribute with unsigned data to give to our
+ // handler. The attribute is for the DIE at OFFSET from the beginning of the
+ // .debug_info section. Its name is ATTR, its form is FORM, and its value is
+ // DATA.
+ virtual void ProcessAttributeUnsigned(uint64 offset,
+ enum DwarfAttribute attr,
+ enum DwarfForm form,
+ uint64 data) { }
+
+ // Called when we have an attribute with signed data to give to our handler.
+ // The attribute is for the DIE at OFFSET from the beginning of the
+ // .debug_info section. Its name is ATTR, its form is FORM, and its value is
+ // DATA.
+ virtual void ProcessAttributeSigned(uint64 offset,
+ enum DwarfAttribute attr,
+ enum DwarfForm form,
+ int64 data) { }
+
+ // Called when we have an attribute whose value is a reference to
+ // another DIE. The attribute belongs to the DIE at OFFSET from the
+ // beginning of the .debug_info section. Its name is ATTR, its form
+ // is FORM, and the offset of the DIE being referred to from the
+ // beginning of the .debug_info section is DATA.
+ virtual void ProcessAttributeReference(uint64 offset,
+ enum DwarfAttribute attr,
+ enum DwarfForm form,
+ uint64 data) { }
+
+ // Called when we have an attribute with a buffer of data to give to our
+ // handler. The attribute is for the DIE at OFFSET from the beginning of the
+ // .debug_info section. Its name is ATTR, its form is FORM, DATA points to
+ // the buffer's contents, and its length in bytes is LENGTH. The buffer is
+ // owned by the caller, not the callee, and may not persist for very long.
+ // If you want the data to be available later, it needs to be copied.
+ virtual void ProcessAttributeBuffer(uint64 offset,
+ enum DwarfAttribute attr,
+ enum DwarfForm form,
+ const char* data,
+ uint64 len) { }
+
+ // Called when we have an attribute with string data to give to our handler.
+ // The attribute is for the DIE at OFFSET from the beginning of the
+ // .debug_info section. Its name is ATTR, its form is FORM, and its value is
+ // DATA.
+ virtual void ProcessAttributeString(uint64 offset,
+ enum DwarfAttribute attr,
+ enum DwarfForm form,
+ const string& data) { }
+
+ // Called when we have an attribute whose value is the 64-bit signature
+ // of a type unit in the .debug_types section. OFFSET is the offset of
+ // the DIE whose attribute we're reporting. ATTR and FORM are the
+ // attribute's name and form. SIGNATURE is the type unit's signature.
+ virtual void ProcessAttributeSignature(uint64 offset,
+ enum DwarfAttribute attr,
+ enum DwarfForm form,
+ uint64 signature) { }
+
+ // Called when finished processing the DIE at OFFSET.
+ // Because DWARF2/3 specifies a tree of DIEs, you may get starts
+ // before ends of the previous DIE, as we process children before
+ // ending the parent.
+ virtual void EndDIE(uint64 offset) { }
+
+};
+
+// This class is a reader for DWARF's Call Frame Information. CFI
+// describes how to unwind stack frames --- even for functions that do
+// not follow fixed conventions for saving registers, whose frame size
+// varies as they execute, etc.
+//
+// CFI describes, at each machine instruction, how to compute the
+// stack frame's base address, how to find the return address, and
+// where to find the saved values of the caller's registers (if the
+// callee has stashed them somewhere to free up the registers for its
+// own use).
+//
+// For example, suppose we have a function whose machine code looks
+// like this (imagine an assembly language that looks like C, for a
+// machine with 32-bit registers, and a stack that grows towards lower
+// addresses):
+//
+// func: ; entry point; return address at sp
+// func+0: sp = sp - 16 ; allocate space for stack frame
+// func+1: sp[12] = r0 ; save r0 at sp+12
+// ... ; other code, not frame-related
+// func+10: sp -= 4; *sp = x ; push some x on the stack
+// ... ; other code, not frame-related
+// func+20: r0 = sp[16] ; restore saved r0
+// func+21: sp += 20 ; pop whole stack frame
+// func+22: pc = *sp; sp += 4 ; pop return address and jump to it
+//
+// DWARF CFI is (a very compressed representation of) a table with a
+// row for each machine instruction address and a column for each
+// register showing how to restore it, if possible.
+//
+// A special column named "CFA", for "Canonical Frame Address", tells how
+// to compute the base address of the frame; registers' entries may
+// refer to the CFA in describing where the registers are saved.
+//
+// Another special column, named "RA", represents the return address.
+//
+// For example, here is a complete (uncompressed) table describing the
+// function above:
+//
+// insn cfa r0 r1 ... ra
+// =======================================
+// func+0: sp cfa[0]
+// func+1: sp+16 cfa[0]
+// func+2: sp+16 cfa[-4] cfa[0]
+// func+11: sp+20 cfa[-4] cfa[0]
+// func+21: sp+20 cfa[0]
+// func+22: sp cfa[0]
+//
+// Some things to note here:
+//
+// - Each row describes the state of affairs *before* executing the
+// instruction at the given address. Thus, the row for func+0
+// describes the state before we allocate the stack frame. In the
+// next row, the formula for computing the CFA has changed,
+// reflecting that allocation.
+//
+// - The other entries are written in terms of the CFA; this allows
+// them to remain unchanged as the stack pointer gets bumped around.
+// For example, the rule for recovering the return address (the "ra"
+// column) remains unchanged throughout the function, even as the
+// stack pointer takes on three different offsets from the return
+// address.
+//
+// - Although we haven't shown it, most calling conventions designate
+// "callee-saves" and "caller-saves" registers. The callee must
+// preserve the values of callee-saves registers; if it uses them,
+// it must save their original values somewhere, and restore them
+// before it returns. In contrast, the callee is free to trash
+// caller-saves registers; if the callee uses these, it will
+// probably not bother to save them anywhere, and the CFI will
+// probably mark their values as "unrecoverable".
+//
+// (However, since the caller cannot assume the callee was going to
+// save them, caller-saves registers are probably dead in the caller
+// anyway, so compilers usually don't generate CFA for caller-saves
+// registers.)
+//
+// - Exactly where the CFA points is a matter of convention that
+// depends on the architecture and ABI in use. In the example, the
+// CFA is the value the stack pointer had upon entry to the
+// function, pointing at the saved return address. But on the x86,
+// the call frame information generated by GCC follows the
+// convention that the CFA is the address *after* the saved return
+// address.
+//
+// But by definition, the CFA remains constant throughout the
+// lifetime of the frame. This makes it a useful value for other
+// columns to refer to. It is also gives debuggers a useful handle
+// for identifying a frame.
+//
+// If you look at the table above, you'll notice that a given entry is
+// often the same as the one immediately above it: most instructions
+// change only one or two aspects of the stack frame, if they affect
+// it at all. The DWARF format takes advantage of this fact, and
+// reduces the size of the data by mentioning only the addresses and
+// columns at which changes take place. So for the above, DWARF CFI
+// data would only actually mention the following:
+//
+// insn cfa r0 r1 ... ra
+// =======================================
+// func+0: sp cfa[0]
+// func+1: sp+16
+// func+2: cfa[-4]
+// func+11: sp+20
+// func+21: r0
+// func+22: sp
+//
+// In fact, this is the way the parser reports CFI to the consumer: as
+// a series of statements of the form, "At address X, column Y changed
+// to Z," and related conventions for describing the initial state.
+//
+// Naturally, it would be impractical to have to scan the entire
+// program's CFI, noting changes as we go, just to recover the
+// unwinding rules in effect at one particular instruction. To avoid
+// this, CFI data is grouped into "entries", each of which covers a
+// specified range of addresses and begins with a complete statement
+// of the rules for all recoverable registers at that starting
+// address. Each entry typically covers a single function.
+//
+// Thus, to compute the contents of a given row of the table --- that
+// is, rules for recovering the CFA, RA, and registers at a given
+// instruction --- the consumer should find the entry that covers that
+// instruction's address, start with the initial state supplied at the
+// beginning of the entry, and work forward until it has processed all
+// the changes up to and including those for the present instruction.
+//
+// There are seven kinds of rules that can appear in an entry of the
+// table:
+//
+// - "undefined": The given register is not preserved by the callee;
+// its value cannot be recovered.
+//
+// - "same value": This register has the same value it did in the callee.
+//
+// - offset(N): The register is saved at offset N from the CFA.
+//
+// - val_offset(N): The value the register had in the caller is the
+// CFA plus offset N. (This is usually only useful for describing
+// the stack pointer.)
+//
+// - register(R): The register's value was saved in another register R.
+//
+// - expression(E): Evaluating the DWARF expression E using the
+// current frame's registers' values yields the address at which the
+// register was saved.
+//
+// - val_expression(E): Evaluating the DWARF expression E using the
+// current frame's registers' values yields the value the register
+// had in the caller.
+
+class CallFrameInfo {
+ public:
+ // The different kinds of entries one finds in CFI. Used internally,
+ // and for error reporting.
+ enum EntryKind { kUnknown, kCIE, kFDE, kTerminator };
+
+ // The handler class to which the parser hands the parsed call frame
+ // information. Defined below.
+ class Handler;
+
+ // A reporter class, which CallFrameInfo uses to report errors
+ // encountered while parsing call frame information. Defined below.
+ class Reporter;
+
+ // Create a DWARF CFI parser. BUFFER points to the contents of the
+ // .debug_frame section to parse; BUFFER_LENGTH is its length in bytes.
+ // REPORTER is an error reporter the parser should use to report
+ // problems. READER is a ByteReader instance that has the endianness and
+ // address size set properly. Report the data we find to HANDLER.
+ //
+ // This class can also parse Linux C++ exception handling data, as found
+ // in '.eh_frame' sections. This data is a variant of DWARF CFI that is
+ // placed in loadable segments so that it is present in the program's
+ // address space, and is interpreted by the C++ runtime to search the
+ // call stack for a handler interested in the exception being thrown,
+ // actually pop the frames, and find cleanup code to run.
+ //
+ // There are two differences between the call frame information described
+ // in the DWARF standard and the exception handling data Linux places in
+ // the .eh_frame section:
+ //
+ // - Exception handling data uses uses a different format for call frame
+ // information entry headers. The distinguished CIE id, the way FDEs
+ // refer to their CIEs, and the way the end of the series of entries is
+ // determined are all slightly different.
+ //
+ // If the constructor's EH_FRAME argument is true, then the
+ // CallFrameInfo parses the entry headers as Linux C++ exception
+ // handling data. If EH_FRAME is false or omitted, the CallFrameInfo
+ // parses standard DWARF call frame information.
+ //
+ // - Linux C++ exception handling data uses CIE augmentation strings
+ // beginning with 'z' to specify the presence of additional data after
+ // the CIE and FDE headers and special encodings used for addresses in
+ // frame description entries.
+ //
+ // CallFrameInfo can handle 'z' augmentations in either DWARF CFI or
+ // exception handling data if you have supplied READER with the base
+ // addresses needed to interpret the pointer encodings that 'z'
+ // augmentations can specify. See the ByteReader interface for details
+ // about the base addresses. See the CallFrameInfo::Handler interface
+ // for details about the additional information one might find in
+ // 'z'-augmented data.
+ //
+ // Thus:
+ //
+ // - If you are parsing standard DWARF CFI, as found in a .debug_frame
+ // section, you should pass false for the EH_FRAME argument, or omit
+ // it, and you need not worry about providing READER with the
+ // additional base addresses.
+ //
+ // - If you want to parse Linux C++ exception handling data from a
+ // .eh_frame section, you should pass EH_FRAME as true, and call
+ // READER's Set*Base member functions before calling our Start method.
+ //
+ // - If you want to parse DWARF CFI that uses the 'z' augmentations
+ // (although I don't think any toolchain ever emits such data), you
+ // could pass false for EH_FRAME, but call READER's Set*Base members.
+ //
+ // The extensions the Linux C++ ABI makes to DWARF for exception
+ // handling are described here, rather poorly:
+ // http://refspecs.linux-foundation.org/LSB_4.0.0/LSB-Core-generic/LSB-Core-generic/dwarfext.html
+ // http://refspecs.linux-foundation.org/LSB_4.0.0/LSB-Core-generic/LSB-Core-generic/ehframechpt.html
+ //
+ // The mechanics of C++ exception handling, personality routines,
+ // and language-specific data areas are described here, rather nicely:
+ // http://www.codesourcery.com/public/cxx-abi/abi-eh.html
+ CallFrameInfo(const char *buffer, size_t buffer_length,
+ ByteReader *reader, Handler *handler, Reporter *reporter,
+ bool eh_frame = false)
+ : buffer_(buffer), buffer_length_(buffer_length),
+ reader_(reader), handler_(handler), reporter_(reporter),
+ eh_frame_(eh_frame) { }
+
+ ~CallFrameInfo() { }
+
+ // Parse the entries in BUFFER, reporting what we find to HANDLER.
+ // Return true if we reach the end of the section successfully, or
+ // false if we encounter an error.
+ bool Start();
+
+ // Return the textual name of KIND. For error reporting.
+ static const char *KindName(EntryKind kind);
+
+ private:
+
+ struct CIE;
+
+ // A CFI entry, either an FDE or a CIE.
+ struct Entry {
+ // The starting offset of the entry in the section, for error
+ // reporting.
+ size_t offset;
+
+ // The start of this entry in the buffer.
+ const char *start;
+
+ // Which kind of entry this is.
+ //
+ // We want to be able to use this for error reporting even while we're
+ // in the midst of parsing. Error reporting code may assume that kind,
+ // offset, and start fields are valid, although kind may be kUnknown.
+ EntryKind kind;
+
+ // The end of this entry's common prologue (initial length and id), and
+ // the start of this entry's kind-specific fields.
+ const char *fields;
+
+ // The start of this entry's instructions.
+ const char *instructions;
+
+ // The address past the entry's last byte in the buffer. (Note that
+ // since offset points to the entry's initial length field, and the
+ // length field is the number of bytes after that field, this is not
+ // simply buffer_ + offset + length.)
+ const char *end;
+
+ // For both DWARF CFI and .eh_frame sections, this is the CIE id in a
+ // CIE, and the offset of the associated CIE in an FDE.
+ uint64 id;
+
+ // The CIE that applies to this entry, if we've parsed it. If this is a
+ // CIE, then this field points to this structure.
+ CIE *cie;
+ };
+
+ // A common information entry (CIE).
+ struct CIE: public Entry {
+ uint8 version; // CFI data version number
+ string augmentation; // vendor format extension markers
+ uint64 code_alignment_factor; // scale for code address adjustments
+ int data_alignment_factor; // scale for stack pointer adjustments
+ unsigned return_address_register; // which register holds the return addr
+
+ // True if this CIE includes Linux C++ ABI 'z' augmentation data.
+ bool has_z_augmentation;
+
+ // Parsed 'z' augmentation data. These are meaningful only if
+ // has_z_augmentation is true.
+ bool has_z_lsda; // The 'z' augmentation included 'L'.
+ bool has_z_personality; // The 'z' augmentation included 'P'.
+ bool has_z_signal_frame; // The 'z' augmentation included 'S'.
+
+ // If has_z_lsda is true, this is the encoding to be used for language-
+ // specific data area pointers in FDEs.
+ DwarfPointerEncoding lsda_encoding;
+
+ // If has_z_personality is true, this is the encoding used for the
+ // personality routine pointer in the augmentation data.
+ DwarfPointerEncoding personality_encoding;
+
+ // If has_z_personality is true, this is the address of the personality
+ // routine --- or, if personality_encoding & DW_EH_PE_indirect, the
+ // address where the personality routine's address is stored.
+ uint64 personality_address;
+
+ // This is the encoding used for addresses in the FDE header and
+ // in DW_CFA_set_loc instructions. This is always valid, whether
+ // or not we saw a 'z' augmentation string; its default value is
+ // DW_EH_PE_absptr, which is what normal DWARF CFI uses.
+ DwarfPointerEncoding pointer_encoding;
+ };
+
+ // A frame description entry (FDE).
+ struct FDE: public Entry {
+ uint64 address; // start address of described code
+ uint64 size; // size of described code, in bytes
+
+ // If cie->has_z_lsda is true, then this is the language-specific data
+ // area's address --- or its address's address, if cie->lsda_encoding
+ // has the DW_EH_PE_indirect bit set.
+ uint64 lsda_address;
+ };
+
+ // Internal use.
+ class Rule;
+ class UndefinedRule;
+ class SameValueRule;
+ class OffsetRule;
+ class ValOffsetRule;
+ class RegisterRule;
+ class ExpressionRule;
+ class ValExpressionRule;
+ class RuleMap;
+ class State;
+
+ // Parse the initial length and id of a CFI entry, either a CIE, an FDE,
+ // or a .eh_frame end-of-data mark. CURSOR points to the beginning of the
+ // data to parse. On success, populate ENTRY as appropriate, and return
+ // true. On failure, report the problem, and return false. Even if we
+ // return false, set ENTRY->end to the first byte after the entry if we
+ // were able to figure that out, or NULL if we weren't.
+ bool ReadEntryPrologue(const char *cursor, Entry *entry);
+
+ // Parse the fields of a CIE after the entry prologue, including any 'z'
+ // augmentation data. Assume that the 'Entry' fields of CIE are
+ // populated; use CIE->fields and CIE->end as the start and limit for
+ // parsing. On success, populate the rest of *CIE, and return true; on
+ // failure, report the problem and return false.
+ bool ReadCIEFields(CIE *cie);
+
+ // Parse the fields of an FDE after the entry prologue, including any 'z'
+ // augmentation data. Assume that the 'Entry' fields of *FDE are
+ // initialized; use FDE->fields and FDE->end as the start and limit for
+ // parsing. Assume that FDE->cie is fully initialized. On success,
+ // populate the rest of *FDE, and return true; on failure, report the
+ // problem and return false.
+ bool ReadFDEFields(FDE *fde);
+
+ // Report that ENTRY is incomplete, and return false. This is just a
+ // trivial wrapper for invoking reporter_->Incomplete; it provides a
+ // little brevity.
+ bool ReportIncomplete(Entry *entry);
+
+ // Return true if ENCODING has the DW_EH_PE_indirect bit set.
+ static bool IsIndirectEncoding(DwarfPointerEncoding encoding) {
+ return encoding & DW_EH_PE_indirect;
+ }
+
+ // The contents of the DWARF .debug_info section we're parsing.
+ const char *buffer_;
+ size_t buffer_length_;
+
+ // For reading multi-byte values with the appropriate endianness.
+ ByteReader *reader_;
+
+ // The handler to which we should report the data we find.
+ Handler *handler_;
+
+ // For reporting problems in the info we're parsing.
+ Reporter *reporter_;
+
+ // True if we are processing .eh_frame-format data.
+ bool eh_frame_;
+};
+
+// The handler class for CallFrameInfo. The a CFI parser calls the
+// member functions of a handler object to report the data it finds.
+class CallFrameInfo::Handler {
+ public:
+ // The pseudo-register number for the canonical frame address.
+ enum { kCFARegister = -1 };
+
+ Handler() { }
+ virtual ~Handler() { }
+
+ // The parser has found CFI for the machine code at ADDRESS,
+ // extending for LENGTH bytes. OFFSET is the offset of the frame
+ // description entry in the section, for use in error messages.
+ // VERSION is the version number of the CFI format. AUGMENTATION is
+ // a string describing any producer-specific extensions present in
+ // the data. RETURN_ADDRESS is the number of the register that holds
+ // the address to which the function should return.
+ //
+ // Entry should return true to process this CFI, or false to skip to
+ // the next entry.
+ //
+ // The parser invokes Entry for each Frame Description Entry (FDE)
+ // it finds. The parser doesn't report Common Information Entries
+ // to the handler explicitly; instead, if the handler elects to
+ // process a given FDE, the parser reiterates the appropriate CIE's
+ // contents at the beginning of the FDE's rules.
+ virtual bool Entry(size_t offset, uint64 address, uint64 length,
+ uint8 version, const string &augmentation,
+ unsigned return_address) = 0;
+
+ // When the Entry function returns true, the parser calls these
+ // handler functions repeatedly to describe the rules for recovering
+ // registers at each instruction in the given range of machine code.
+ // Immediately after a call to Entry, the handler should assume that
+ // the rule for each callee-saves register is "unchanged" --- that
+ // is, that the register still has the value it had in the caller.
+ //
+ // If a *Rule function returns true, we continue processing this entry's
+ // instructions. If a *Rule function returns false, we stop evaluating
+ // instructions, and skip to the next entry. Either way, we call End
+ // before going on to the next entry.
+ //
+ // In all of these functions, if the REG parameter is kCFARegister, then
+ // the rule describes how to find the canonical frame address.
+ // kCFARegister may be passed as a BASE_REGISTER argument, meaning that
+ // the canonical frame address should be used as the base address for the
+ // computation. All other REG values will be positive.
+
+ // At ADDRESS, register REG's value is not recoverable.
+ virtual bool UndefinedRule(uint64 address, int reg) = 0;
+
+ // At ADDRESS, register REG's value is the same as that it had in
+ // the caller.
+ virtual bool SameValueRule(uint64 address, int reg) = 0;
+
+ // At ADDRESS, register REG has been saved at offset OFFSET from
+ // BASE_REGISTER.
+ virtual bool OffsetRule(uint64 address, int reg,
+ int base_register, long offset) = 0;
+
+ // At ADDRESS, the caller's value of register REG is the current
+ // value of BASE_REGISTER plus OFFSET. (This rule doesn't provide an
+ // address at which the register's value is saved.)
+ virtual bool ValOffsetRule(uint64 address, int reg,
+ int base_register, long offset) = 0;
+
+ // At ADDRESS, register REG has been saved in BASE_REGISTER. This differs
+ // from ValOffsetRule(ADDRESS, REG, BASE_REGISTER, 0), in that
+ // BASE_REGISTER is the "home" for REG's saved value: if you want to
+ // assign to a variable whose home is REG in the calling frame, you
+ // should put the value in BASE_REGISTER.
+ virtual bool RegisterRule(uint64 address, int reg, int base_register) = 0;
+
+ // At ADDRESS, the DWARF expression EXPRESSION yields the address at
+ // which REG was saved.
+ virtual bool ExpressionRule(uint64 address, int reg,
+ const string &expression) = 0;
+
+ // At ADDRESS, the DWARF expression EXPRESSION yields the caller's
+ // value for REG. (This rule doesn't provide an address at which the
+ // register's value is saved.)
+ virtual bool ValExpressionRule(uint64 address, int reg,
+ const string &expression) = 0;
+
+ // Indicate that the rules for the address range reported by the
+ // last call to Entry are complete. End should return true if
+ // everything is okay, or false if an error has occurred and parsing
+ // should stop.
+ virtual bool End() = 0;
+
+ // Handler functions for Linux C++ exception handling data. These are
+ // only called if the data includes 'z' augmentation strings.
+
+ // The Linux C++ ABI uses an extension of the DWARF CFI format to
+ // walk the stack to propagate exceptions from the throw to the
+ // appropriate catch, and do the appropriate cleanups along the way.
+ // CFI entries used for exception handling have two additional data
+ // associated with them:
+ //
+ // - The "language-specific data area" describes which exception
+ // types the function has 'catch' clauses for, and indicates how
+ // to go about re-entering the function at the appropriate catch
+ // clause. If the exception is not caught, it describes the
+ // destructors that must run before the frame is popped.
+ //
+ // - The "personality routine" is responsible for interpreting the
+ // language-specific data area's contents, and deciding whether
+ // the exception should continue to propagate down the stack,
+ // perhaps after doing some cleanup for this frame, or whether the
+ // exception will be caught here.
+ //
+ // In principle, the language-specific data area is opaque to
+ // everybody but the personality routine. In practice, these values
+ // may be useful or interesting to readers with extra context, and
+ // we have to at least skip them anyway, so we might as well report
+ // them to the handler.
+
+ // This entry's exception handling personality routine's address is
+ // ADDRESS. If INDIRECT is true, then ADDRESS is the address at
+ // which the routine's address is stored. The default definition for
+ // this handler function simply returns true, allowing parsing of
+ // the entry to continue.
+ virtual bool PersonalityRoutine(uint64 address, bool indirect) {
+ return true;
+ }
+
+ // This entry's language-specific data area (LSDA) is located at
+ // ADDRESS. If INDIRECT is true, then ADDRESS is the address at
+ // which the area's address is stored. The default definition for
+ // this handler function simply returns true, allowing parsing of
+ // the entry to continue.
+ virtual bool LanguageSpecificDataArea(uint64 address, bool indirect) {
+ return true;
+ }
+
+ // This entry describes a signal trampoline --- this frame is the
+ // caller of a signal handler. The default definition for this
+ // handler function simply returns true, allowing parsing of the
+ // entry to continue.
+ //
+ // The best description of the rationale for and meaning of signal
+ // trampoline CFI entries seems to be in the GCC bug database:
+ // http://gcc.gnu.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=26208
+ virtual bool SignalHandler() { return true; }
+};
+
+// The CallFrameInfo class makes calls on an instance of this class to
+// report errors or warn about problems in the data it is parsing. The
+// default definitions of these methods print a message to stderr, but
+// you can make a derived class that overrides them.
+class CallFrameInfo::Reporter {
+ public:
+ // Create an error reporter which attributes troubles to the section
+ // named SECTION in FILENAME.
+ //
+ // Normally SECTION would be .debug_frame, but the Mac puts CFI data
+ // in a Mach-O section named __debug_frame. If we support
+ // Linux-style exception handling data, we could be reading an
+ // .eh_frame section.
+ Reporter(const string &filename,
+ const string &section = ".debug_frame")
+ : filename_(filename), section_(section) { }
+ virtual ~Reporter() { }
+
+ // The CFI entry at OFFSET ends too early to be well-formed. KIND
+ // indicates what kind of entry it is; KIND can be kUnknown if we
+ // haven't parsed enough of the entry to tell yet.
+ virtual void Incomplete(uint64 offset, CallFrameInfo::EntryKind kind);
+
+ // The .eh_frame data has a four-byte zero at OFFSET where the next
+ // entry's length would be; this is a terminator. However, the buffer
+ // length as given to the CallFrameInfo constructor says there should be
+ // more data.
+ virtual void EarlyEHTerminator(uint64 offset);
+
+ // The FDE at OFFSET refers to the CIE at CIE_OFFSET, but the
+ // section is not that large.
+ virtual void CIEPointerOutOfRange(uint64 offset, uint64 cie_offset);
+
+ // The FDE at OFFSET refers to the CIE at CIE_OFFSET, but the entry
+ // there is not a CIE.
+ virtual void BadCIEId(uint64 offset, uint64 cie_offset);
+
+ // The FDE at OFFSET refers to a CIE with version number VERSION,
+ // which we don't recognize. We cannot parse DWARF CFI if it uses
+ // a version number we don't recognize.
+ virtual void UnrecognizedVersion(uint64 offset, int version);
+
+ // The FDE at OFFSET refers to a CIE with augmentation AUGMENTATION,
+ // which we don't recognize. We cannot parse DWARF CFI if it uses
+ // augmentations we don't recognize.
+ virtual void UnrecognizedAugmentation(uint64 offset,
+ const string &augmentation);
+
+ // The pointer encoding ENCODING, specified by the CIE at OFFSET, is not
+ // a valid encoding.
+ virtual void InvalidPointerEncoding(uint64 offset, uint8 encoding);
+
+ // The pointer encoding ENCODING, specified by the CIE at OFFSET, depends
+ // on a base address which has not been supplied.
+ virtual void UnusablePointerEncoding(uint64 offset, uint8 encoding);
+
+ // The CIE at OFFSET contains a DW_CFA_restore instruction at
+ // INSN_OFFSET, which may not appear in a CIE.
+ virtual void RestoreInCIE(uint64 offset, uint64 insn_offset);
+
+ // The entry at OFFSET, of kind KIND, has an unrecognized
+ // instruction at INSN_OFFSET.
+ virtual void BadInstruction(uint64 offset, CallFrameInfo::EntryKind kind,
+ uint64 insn_offset);
+
+ // The instruction at INSN_OFFSET in the entry at OFFSET, of kind
+ // KIND, establishes a rule that cites the CFA, but we have not
+ // established a CFA rule yet.
+ virtual void NoCFARule(uint64 offset, CallFrameInfo::EntryKind kind,
+ uint64 insn_offset);
+
+ // The instruction at INSN_OFFSET in the entry at OFFSET, of kind
+ // KIND, is a DW_CFA_restore_state instruction, but the stack of
+ // saved states is empty.
+ virtual void EmptyStateStack(uint64 offset, CallFrameInfo::EntryKind kind,
+ uint64 insn_offset);
+
+ // The DW_CFA_remember_state instruction at INSN_OFFSET in the entry
+ // at OFFSET, of kind KIND, would restore a state that has no CFA
+ // rule, whereas the current state does have a CFA rule. This is
+ // bogus input, which the CallFrameInfo::Handler interface doesn't
+ // (and shouldn't) have any way to report.
+ virtual void ClearingCFARule(uint64 offset, CallFrameInfo::EntryKind kind,
+ uint64 insn_offset);
+
+ protected:
+ // The name of the file whose CFI we're reading.
+ string filename_;
+
+ // The name of the CFI section in that file.
+ string section_;
+};
+
+} // namespace dwarf2reader
+
+#endif // UTIL_DEBUGINFO_DWARF2READER_H__
diff --git a/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/dwarf/line_state_machine.h b/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/dwarf/line_state_machine.h
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..0ff72ab
--- /dev/null
+++ b/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/dwarf/line_state_machine.h
@@ -0,0 +1,61 @@
+// Copyright 2008 Google Inc. All Rights Reserved.
+//
+// Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
+// modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are
+// met:
+//
+// * Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright
+// notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
+// * Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above
+// copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer
+// in the documentation and/or other materials provided with the
+// distribution.
+// * Neither the name of Google Inc. nor the names of its
+// contributors may be used to endorse or promote products derived from
+// this software without specific prior written permission.
+//
+// THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS AND CONTRIBUTORS
+// "AS IS" AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT
+// LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR
+// A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE COPYRIGHT
+// OWNER OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL,
+// SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT
+// LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE,
+// DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY
+// THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT
+// (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE
+// OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
+
+
+#ifndef COMMON_DWARF_LINE_STATE_MACHINE_H__
+#define COMMON_DWARF_LINE_STATE_MACHINE_H__
+
+namespace dwarf2reader {
+
+// This is the format of a DWARF2/3 line state machine that we process
+// opcodes using. There is no need for anything outside the lineinfo
+// processor to know how this works.
+struct LineStateMachine {
+ void Reset(bool default_is_stmt) {
+ file_num = 1;
+ address = 0;
+ line_num = 1;
+ column_num = 0;
+ is_stmt = default_is_stmt;
+ basic_block = false;
+ end_sequence = false;
+ }
+
+ uint32 file_num;
+ uint64 address;
+ uint32 line_num;
+ uint32 column_num;
+ bool is_stmt; // stmt means statement.
+ bool basic_block;
+ bool end_sequence;
+};
+
+} // namespace dwarf2reader
+
+
+#endif // COMMON_DWARF_LINE_STATE_MACHINE_H__
diff --git a/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/dwarf/types.h b/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/dwarf/types.h
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..61ca457
--- /dev/null
+++ b/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/dwarf/types.h
@@ -0,0 +1,55 @@
+// Copyright 2008 Google, Inc. All Rights reserved
+//
+// Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
+// modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are
+// met:
+//
+// * Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright
+// notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
+// * Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above
+// copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer
+// in the documentation and/or other materials provided with the
+// distribution.
+// * Neither the name of Google Inc. nor the names of its
+// contributors may be used to endorse or promote products derived from
+// this software without specific prior written permission.
+//
+// THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS AND CONTRIBUTORS
+// "AS IS" AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT
+// LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR
+// A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE COPYRIGHT
+// OWNER OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL,
+// SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT
+// LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE,
+// DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY
+// THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT
+// (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE
+// OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
+
+
+// This file contains some typedefs for basic types
+
+
+#ifndef _COMMON_DWARF_TYPES_H__
+#define _COMMON_DWARF_TYPES_H__
+
+#include <stdint.h>
+
+typedef signed char int8;
+typedef short int16;
+typedef int int32;
+typedef long long int64;
+
+typedef unsigned char uint8;
+typedef unsigned short uint16;
+typedef unsigned int uint32;
+typedef unsigned long long uint64;
+
+#ifdef __PTRDIFF_TYPE__
+typedef __PTRDIFF_TYPE__ intptr;
+typedef unsigned __PTRDIFF_TYPE__ uintptr;
+#else
+#error "Can't find pointer-sized integral types."
+#endif
+
+#endif // _COMMON_DWARF_TYPES_H__
diff --git a/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/dwarf_cfi_to_module.cc b/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/dwarf_cfi_to_module.cc
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..15904d7
--- /dev/null
+++ b/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/dwarf_cfi_to_module.cc
@@ -0,0 +1,258 @@
+// -*- mode: c++ -*-
+
+// Copyright (c) 2010, Google Inc.
+// All rights reserved.
+//
+// Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
+// modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are
+// met:
+//
+// * Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright
+// notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
+// * Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above
+// copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer
+// in the documentation and/or other materials provided with the
+// distribution.
+// * Neither the name of Google Inc. nor the names of its
+// contributors may be used to endorse or promote products derived from
+// this software without specific prior written permission.
+//
+// THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS AND CONTRIBUTORS
+// "AS IS" AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT
+// LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR
+// A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE COPYRIGHT
+// OWNER OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL,
+// SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT
+// LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE,
+// DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY
+// THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT
+// (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE
+// OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
+
+// Original author: Jim Blandy <jimb@mozilla.com> <jimb@red-bean.com>
+
+// Implementation of google_breakpad::DwarfCFIToModule.
+// See dwarf_cfi_to_module.h for details.
+
+#include <sstream>
+
+#include "common/dwarf_cfi_to_module.h"
+
+namespace google_breakpad {
+
+using std::ostringstream;
+
+vector<string> DwarfCFIToModule::RegisterNames::MakeVector(
+ const char * const *strings,
+ size_t size) {
+ vector<string> names(strings, strings + size);
+ return names;
+}
+
+vector<string> DwarfCFIToModule::RegisterNames::I386() {
+ static const char *const names[] = {
+ "$eax", "$ecx", "$edx", "$ebx", "$esp", "$ebp", "$esi", "$edi",
+ "$eip", "$eflags", "$unused1",
+ "$st0", "$st1", "$st2", "$st3", "$st4", "$st5", "$st6", "$st7",
+ "$unused2", "$unused3",
+ "$xmm0", "$xmm1", "$xmm2", "$xmm3", "$xmm4", "$xmm5", "$xmm6", "$xmm7",
+ "$mm0", "$mm1", "$mm2", "$mm3", "$mm4", "$mm5", "$mm6", "$mm7",
+ "$fcw", "$fsw", "$mxcsr",
+ "$es", "$cs", "$ss", "$ds", "$fs", "$gs", "$unused4", "$unused5",
+ "$tr", "$ldtr"
+ };
+
+ return MakeVector(names, sizeof(names) / sizeof(names[0]));
+}
+
+vector<string> DwarfCFIToModule::RegisterNames::X86_64() {
+ static const char *const names[] = {
+ "$rax", "$rdx", "$rcx", "$rbx", "$rsi", "$rdi", "$rbp", "$rsp",
+ "$r8", "$r9", "$r10", "$r11", "$r12", "$r13", "$r14", "$r15",
+ "$rip",
+ "$xmm0","$xmm1","$xmm2", "$xmm3", "$xmm4", "$xmm5", "$xmm6", "$xmm7",
+ "$xmm8","$xmm9","$xmm10","$xmm11","$xmm12","$xmm13","$xmm14","$xmm15",
+ "$st0", "$st1", "$st2", "$st3", "$st4", "$st5", "$st6", "$st7",
+ "$mm0", "$mm1", "$mm2", "$mm3", "$mm4", "$mm5", "$mm6", "$mm7",
+ "$rflags",
+ "$es", "$cs", "$ss", "$ds", "$fs", "$gs", "$unused1", "$unused2",
+ "$fs.base", "$gs.base", "$unused3", "$unused4",
+ "$tr", "$ldtr",
+ "$mxcsr", "$fcw", "$fsw"
+ };
+
+ return MakeVector(names, sizeof(names) / sizeof(names[0]));
+}
+
+// Per ARM IHI 0040A, section 3.1
+vector<string> DwarfCFIToModule::RegisterNames::ARM() {
+ static const char *const names[] = {
+ "r0", "r1", "r2", "r3", "r4", "r5", "r6", "r7",
+ "r8", "r9", "r10", "r11", "r12", "sp", "lr", "pc",
+ "f0", "f1", "f2", "f3", "f4", "f5", "f6", "f7",
+ "fps", "cpsr", "", "", "", "", "", "",
+ "", "", "", "", "", "", "", "",
+ "", "", "", "", "", "", "", "",
+ "", "", "", "", "", "", "", "",
+ "", "", "", "", "", "", "", "",
+ "s0", "s1", "s2", "s3", "s4", "s5", "s6", "s7",
+ "s8", "s9", "s10", "s11", "s12", "s13", "s14", "s15",
+ "s16", "s17", "s18", "s19", "s20", "s21", "s22", "s23",
+ "s24", "s25", "s26", "s27", "s28", "s29", "s30", "s31",
+ "f0", "f1", "f2", "f3", "f4", "f5", "f6", "f7"
+ };
+
+ return MakeVector(names, sizeof(names) / sizeof(names[0]));
+}
+
+bool DwarfCFIToModule::Entry(size_t offset, uint64 address, uint64 length,
+ uint8 version, const string &augmentation,
+ unsigned return_address) {
+ assert(!entry_);
+
+ // If dwarf2reader::CallFrameInfo can handle this version and
+ // augmentation, then we should be okay with that, so there's no
+ // need to check them here.
+
+ // Get ready to collect entries.
+ entry_ = new Module::StackFrameEntry;
+ entry_->address = address;
+ entry_->size = length;
+ entry_offset_ = offset;
+ return_address_ = return_address;
+
+ // Breakpad STACK CFI records must provide a .ra rule, but DWARF CFI
+ // may not establish any rule for .ra if the return address column
+ // is an ordinary register, and that register holds the return
+ // address on entry to the function. So establish an initial .ra
+ // rule citing the return address register.
+ if (return_address_ < register_names_.size())
+ entry_->initial_rules[ra_name_] = register_names_[return_address_];
+
+ return true;
+}
+
+string DwarfCFIToModule::RegisterName(int i) {
+ assert(entry_);
+ if (i < 0) {
+ assert(i == kCFARegister);
+ return cfa_name_;
+ }
+ unsigned reg = i;
+ if (reg == return_address_)
+ return ra_name_;
+
+ // Ensure that a non-empty name exists for this register value.
+ if (reg < register_names_.size() && !register_names_[reg].empty())
+ return register_names_[reg];
+
+ reporter_->UnnamedRegister(entry_offset_, reg);
+ char buf[30];
+ sprintf(buf, "unnamed_register%u", reg);
+ return buf;
+}
+
+void DwarfCFIToModule::Record(Module::Address address, int reg,
+ const string &rule) {
+ assert(entry_);
+
+ // Place the name in our global set of strings, and then use the string
+ // from the set. Even though the assignment looks like a copy, all the
+ // major std::string implementations use reference counting internally,
+ // so the effect is to have all our data structures share copies of rules
+ // whenever possible. Since register names are drawn from a
+ // vector<string>, register names are already shared.
+ string shared_rule = *common_strings_.insert(rule).first;
+
+ // Is this one of this entry's initial rules?
+ if (address == entry_->address)
+ entry_->initial_rules[RegisterName(reg)] = shared_rule;
+ // File it under the appropriate address.
+ else
+ entry_->rule_changes[address][RegisterName(reg)] = shared_rule;
+}
+
+bool DwarfCFIToModule::UndefinedRule(uint64 address, int reg) {
+ reporter_->UndefinedNotSupported(entry_offset_, RegisterName(reg));
+ // Treat this as a non-fatal error.
+ return true;
+}
+
+bool DwarfCFIToModule::SameValueRule(uint64 address, int reg) {
+ ostringstream s;
+ s << RegisterName(reg);
+ Record(address, reg, s.str());
+ return true;
+}
+
+bool DwarfCFIToModule::OffsetRule(uint64 address, int reg,
+ int base_register, long offset) {
+ ostringstream s;
+ s << RegisterName(base_register) << " " << offset << " + ^";
+ Record(address, reg, s.str());
+ return true;
+}
+
+bool DwarfCFIToModule::ValOffsetRule(uint64 address, int reg,
+ int base_register, long offset) {
+ ostringstream s;
+ s << RegisterName(base_register) << " " << offset << " +";
+ Record(address, reg, s.str());
+ return true;
+}
+
+bool DwarfCFIToModule::RegisterRule(uint64 address, int reg,
+ int base_register) {
+ ostringstream s;
+ s << RegisterName(base_register);
+ Record(address, reg, s.str());
+ return true;
+}
+
+bool DwarfCFIToModule::ExpressionRule(uint64 address, int reg,
+ const string &expression) {
+ reporter_->ExpressionsNotSupported(entry_offset_, RegisterName(reg));
+ // Treat this as a non-fatal error.
+ return true;
+}
+
+bool DwarfCFIToModule::ValExpressionRule(uint64 address, int reg,
+ const string &expression) {
+ reporter_->ExpressionsNotSupported(entry_offset_, RegisterName(reg));
+ // Treat this as a non-fatal error.
+ return true;
+}
+
+bool DwarfCFIToModule::End() {
+ module_->AddStackFrameEntry(entry_);
+ entry_ = NULL;
+ return true;
+}
+
+void DwarfCFIToModule::Reporter::UnnamedRegister(size_t offset, int reg) {
+ fprintf(stderr, "%s, section '%s': "
+ "the call frame entry at offset 0x%zx refers to register %d,"
+ " whose name we don't know\n",
+ file_.c_str(), section_.c_str(), offset, reg);
+}
+
+void DwarfCFIToModule::Reporter::UndefinedNotSupported(size_t offset,
+ const string &reg) {
+ fprintf(stderr, "%s, section '%s': "
+ "the call frame entry at offset 0x%zx sets the rule for "
+ "register '%s' to 'undefined', but the Breakpad symbol file format"
+ " cannot express this\n",
+ file_.c_str(), section_.c_str(), offset, reg.c_str());
+}
+
+void DwarfCFIToModule::Reporter::ExpressionsNotSupported(size_t offset,
+ const string &reg) {
+ fprintf(stderr, "%s, section '%s': "
+ "the call frame entry at offset 0x%zx uses a DWARF expression to"
+ " describe how to recover register '%s', "
+ " but this translator cannot yet translate DWARF expressions to"
+ " Breakpad postfix expressions\n",
+ file_.c_str(), section_.c_str(), offset, reg.c_str());
+}
+
+} // namespace google_breakpad
diff --git a/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/dwarf_cfi_to_module.h b/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/dwarf_cfi_to_module.h
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..7db552a
--- /dev/null
+++ b/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/dwarf_cfi_to_module.h
@@ -0,0 +1,196 @@
+// -*- mode: c++ -*-
+
+// Copyright (c) 2010, Google Inc.
+// All rights reserved.
+//
+// Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
+// modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are
+// met:
+//
+// * Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright
+// notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
+// * Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above
+// copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer
+// in the documentation and/or other materials provided with the
+// distribution.
+// * Neither the name of Google Inc. nor the names of its
+// contributors may be used to endorse or promote products derived from
+// this software without specific prior written permission.
+//
+// THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS AND CONTRIBUTORS
+// "AS IS" AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT
+// LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR
+// A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE COPYRIGHT
+// OWNER OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL,
+// SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT
+// LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE,
+// DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY
+// THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT
+// (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE
+// OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
+
+// Original author: Jim Blandy <jimb@mozilla.com> <jimb@red-bean.com>
+
+// dwarf_cfi_to_module.h: Define the DwarfCFIToModule class, which
+// accepts parsed DWARF call frame info and adds it to a
+// google_breakpad::Module object, which can write that information to
+// a Breakpad symbol file.
+
+#ifndef COMMON_LINUX_DWARF_CFI_TO_MODULE_H
+#define COMMON_LINUX_DWARF_CFI_TO_MODULE_H
+
+#include <assert.h>
+#include <stdio.h>
+
+#include <set>
+#include <string>
+#include <vector>
+
+#include "common/module.h"
+#include "common/dwarf/dwarf2reader.h"
+#include "common/using_std_string.h"
+
+namespace google_breakpad {
+
+using dwarf2reader::CallFrameInfo;
+using google_breakpad::Module;
+using std::set;
+using std::vector;
+
+// A class that accepts parsed call frame information from the DWARF
+// CFI parser and populates a google_breakpad::Module object with the
+// contents.
+class DwarfCFIToModule: public CallFrameInfo::Handler {
+ public:
+
+ // DwarfCFIToModule uses an instance of this class to report errors
+ // detected while converting DWARF CFI to Breakpad STACK CFI records.
+ class Reporter {
+ public:
+ // Create a reporter that writes messages to the standard error
+ // stream. FILE is the name of the file we're processing, and
+ // SECTION is the name of the section within that file that we're
+ // looking at (.debug_frame, .eh_frame, etc.).
+ Reporter(const string &file, const string &section)
+ : file_(file), section_(section) { }
+ virtual ~Reporter() { }
+
+ // The DWARF CFI entry at OFFSET cites register REG, but REG is not
+ // covered by the vector of register names passed to the
+ // DwarfCFIToModule constructor, nor does it match the return
+ // address column number for this entry.
+ virtual void UnnamedRegister(size_t offset, int reg);
+
+ // The DWARF CFI entry at OFFSET says that REG is undefined, but the
+ // Breakpad symbol file format cannot express this.
+ virtual void UndefinedNotSupported(size_t offset, const string &reg);
+
+ // The DWARF CFI entry at OFFSET says that REG uses a DWARF
+ // expression to find its value, but DwarfCFIToModule is not
+ // capable of translating DWARF expressions to Breakpad postfix
+ // expressions.
+ virtual void ExpressionsNotSupported(size_t offset, const string &reg);
+
+ protected:
+ string file_, section_;
+ };
+
+ // Register name tables. If TABLE is a vector returned by one of these
+ // functions, then TABLE[R] is the name of the register numbered R in
+ // DWARF call frame information.
+ class RegisterNames {
+ public:
+ // Intel's "x86" or IA-32.
+ static vector<string> I386();
+
+ // AMD x86_64, AMD64, Intel EM64T, or Intel 64
+ static vector<string> X86_64();
+
+ // ARM.
+ static vector<string> ARM();
+
+ private:
+ // Given STRINGS, an array of C strings with SIZE elements, return an
+ // equivalent vector<string>.
+ static vector<string> MakeVector(const char * const *strings, size_t size);
+ };
+
+ // Create a handler for the dwarf2reader::CallFrameInfo parser that
+ // records the stack unwinding information it receives in MODULE.
+ //
+ // Use REGISTER_NAMES[I] as the name of register number I; *this
+ // keeps a reference to the vector, so the vector should remain
+ // alive for as long as the DwarfCFIToModule does.
+ //
+ // Use REPORTER for reporting problems encountered in the conversion
+ // process.
+ DwarfCFIToModule(Module *module, const vector<string> &register_names,
+ Reporter *reporter)
+ : module_(module), register_names_(register_names), reporter_(reporter),
+ entry_(NULL), return_address_(-1), cfa_name_(".cfa"), ra_name_(".ra") {
+ }
+ virtual ~DwarfCFIToModule() { delete entry_; }
+
+ virtual bool Entry(size_t offset, uint64 address, uint64 length,
+ uint8 version, const string &augmentation,
+ unsigned return_address);
+ virtual bool UndefinedRule(uint64 address, int reg);
+ virtual bool SameValueRule(uint64 address, int reg);
+ virtual bool OffsetRule(uint64 address, int reg,
+ int base_register, long offset);
+ virtual bool ValOffsetRule(uint64 address, int reg,
+ int base_register, long offset);
+ virtual bool RegisterRule(uint64 address, int reg, int base_register);
+ virtual bool ExpressionRule(uint64 address, int reg,
+ const string &expression);
+ virtual bool ValExpressionRule(uint64 address, int reg,
+ const string &expression);
+ virtual bool End();
+
+ private:
+ // Return the name to use for register REG.
+ string RegisterName(int i);
+
+ // Record RULE for register REG at ADDRESS.
+ void Record(Module::Address address, int reg, const string &rule);
+
+ // The module to which we should add entries.
+ Module *module_;
+
+ // Map from register numbers to register names.
+ const vector<string> &register_names_;
+
+ // The reporter to use to report problems.
+ Reporter *reporter_;
+
+ // The current entry we're constructing.
+ Module::StackFrameEntry *entry_;
+
+ // The section offset of the current frame description entry, for
+ // use in error messages.
+ size_t entry_offset_;
+
+ // The return address column for that entry.
+ unsigned return_address_;
+
+ // The names of the return address and canonical frame address. Putting
+ // these here instead of using string literals allows us to share their
+ // texts in reference-counted std::string implementations (all the
+ // popular ones). Many, many rules cite these strings.
+ string cfa_name_, ra_name_;
+
+ // A set of strings used by this CFI. Before storing a string in one of
+ // our data structures, insert it into this set, and then use the string
+ // from the set.
+ //
+ // Because std::string uses reference counting internally, simply using
+ // strings from this set, even if passed by value, assigned, or held
+ // directly in structures and containers (map<string, ...>, for example),
+ // causes those strings to share a single instance of each distinct piece
+ // of text.
+ set<string> common_strings_;
+};
+
+} // namespace google_breakpad
+
+#endif // COMMON_LINUX_DWARF_CFI_TO_MODULE_H
diff --git a/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/dwarf_cu_to_module.cc b/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/dwarf_cu_to_module.cc
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..ded5f83
--- /dev/null
+++ b/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/dwarf_cu_to_module.cc
@@ -0,0 +1,936 @@
+// Copyright (c) 2010 Google Inc.
+// All rights reserved.
+//
+// Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
+// modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are
+// met:
+//
+// * Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright
+// notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
+// * Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above
+// copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer
+// in the documentation and/or other materials provided with the
+// distribution.
+// * Neither the name of Google Inc. nor the names of its
+// contributors may be used to endorse or promote products derived from
+// this software without specific prior written permission.
+//
+// THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS AND CONTRIBUTORS
+// "AS IS" AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT
+// LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR
+// A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE COPYRIGHT
+// OWNER OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL,
+// SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT
+// LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE,
+// DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY
+// THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT
+// (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE
+// OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
+
+// Original author: Jim Blandy <jimb@mozilla.com> <jimb@red-bean.com>
+
+// Implement the DwarfCUToModule class; see dwarf_cu_to_module.h.
+
+// For <inttypes.h> PRI* macros, before anything else might #include it.
+#ifndef __STDC_FORMAT_MACROS
+#define __STDC_FORMAT_MACROS
+#endif /* __STDC_FORMAT_MACROS */
+
+#include "common/dwarf_cu_to_module.h"
+
+#include <assert.h>
+#include <inttypes.h>
+#include <stdio.h>
+
+#include <algorithm>
+#include <set>
+#include <utility>
+
+#include "common/dwarf_line_to_module.h"
+
+namespace google_breakpad {
+
+using std::map;
+using std::pair;
+using std::set;
+using std::vector;
+
+// Data provided by a DWARF specification DIE.
+//
+// In DWARF, the DIE for a definition may contain a DW_AT_specification
+// attribute giving the offset of the corresponding declaration DIE, and
+// the definition DIE may omit information given in the declaration. For
+// example, it's common for a function's address range to appear only in
+// its definition DIE, but its name to appear only in its declaration
+// DIE.
+//
+// The dumper needs to be able to follow DW_AT_specification links to
+// bring all this information together in a FUNC record. Conveniently,
+// DIEs that are the target of such links have a DW_AT_declaration flag
+// set, so we can identify them when we first see them, and record their
+// contents for later reference.
+//
+// A Specification holds information gathered from a declaration DIE that
+// we may need if we find a DW_AT_specification link pointing to it.
+struct DwarfCUToModule::Specification {
+ // The name of the enclosing scope, or the empty string if there is none.
+ string enclosing_name;
+
+ // The name for the specification DIE itself, without any enclosing
+ // name components.
+ string unqualified_name;
+};
+
+// An abstract origin -- base definition of an inline function.
+struct AbstractOrigin {
+ AbstractOrigin() : name() {}
+ AbstractOrigin(const string& name) : name(name) {}
+
+ string name;
+};
+
+typedef map<uint64, AbstractOrigin> AbstractOriginByOffset;
+
+// Data global to the DWARF-bearing file that is private to the
+// DWARF-to-Module process.
+struct DwarfCUToModule::FilePrivate {
+ // A set of strings used in this CU. Before storing a string in one of
+ // our data structures, insert it into this set, and then use the string
+ // from the set.
+ //
+ // Because std::string uses reference counting internally, simply using
+ // strings from this set, even if passed by value, assigned, or held
+ // directly in structures and containers (map<string, ...>, for example),
+ // causes those strings to share a single instance of each distinct piece
+ // of text.
+ set<string> common_strings;
+
+ // A map from offsets of DIEs within the .debug_info section to
+ // Specifications describing those DIEs. Specification references can
+ // cross compilation unit boundaries.
+ SpecificationByOffset specifications;
+
+ AbstractOriginByOffset origins;
+};
+
+DwarfCUToModule::FileContext::FileContext(const string &filename_arg,
+ Module *module_arg)
+ : filename(filename_arg), module(module_arg) {
+ file_private = new FilePrivate();
+}
+
+DwarfCUToModule::FileContext::~FileContext() {
+ delete file_private;
+}
+
+// Information global to the particular compilation unit we're
+// parsing. This is for data shared across the CU's entire DIE tree,
+// and parameters from the code invoking the CU parser.
+struct DwarfCUToModule::CUContext {
+ CUContext(FileContext *file_context_arg, WarningReporter *reporter_arg)
+ : file_context(file_context_arg),
+ reporter(reporter_arg),
+ language(Language::CPlusPlus) { }
+ ~CUContext() {
+ for (vector<Module::Function *>::iterator it = functions.begin();
+ it != functions.end(); it++)
+ delete *it;
+ };
+
+ // The DWARF-bearing file into which this CU was incorporated.
+ FileContext *file_context;
+
+ // For printing error messages.
+ WarningReporter *reporter;
+
+ // The source language of this compilation unit.
+ const Language *language;
+
+ // The functions defined in this compilation unit. We accumulate
+ // them here during parsing. Then, in DwarfCUToModule::Finish, we
+ // assign them lines and add them to file_context->module.
+ //
+ // Destroying this destroys all the functions this vector points to.
+ vector<Module::Function *> functions;
+};
+
+// Information about the context of a particular DIE. This is for
+// information that changes as we descend the tree towards the leaves:
+// the containing classes/namespaces, etc.
+struct DwarfCUToModule::DIEContext {
+ // The fully-qualified name of the context. For example, for a
+ // tree like:
+ //
+ // DW_TAG_namespace Foo
+ // DW_TAG_class Bar
+ // DW_TAG_subprogram Baz
+ //
+ // in a C++ compilation unit, the DIEContext's name for the
+ // DW_TAG_subprogram DIE would be "Foo::Bar". The DIEContext's
+ // name for the DW_TAG_namespace DIE would be "".
+ string name;
+};
+
+// An abstract base class for all the dumper's DIE handlers.
+class DwarfCUToModule::GenericDIEHandler: public dwarf2reader::DIEHandler {
+ public:
+ // Create a handler for the DIE at OFFSET whose compilation unit is
+ // described by CU_CONTEXT, and whose immediate context is described
+ // by PARENT_CONTEXT.
+ GenericDIEHandler(CUContext *cu_context, DIEContext *parent_context,
+ uint64 offset)
+ : cu_context_(cu_context),
+ parent_context_(parent_context),
+ offset_(offset),
+ declaration_(false),
+ specification_(NULL) { }
+
+ // Derived classes' ProcessAttributeUnsigned can defer to this to
+ // handle DW_AT_declaration, or simply not override it.
+ void ProcessAttributeUnsigned(enum DwarfAttribute attr,
+ enum DwarfForm form,
+ uint64 data);
+
+ // Derived classes' ProcessAttributeReference can defer to this to
+ // handle DW_AT_specification, or simply not override it.
+ void ProcessAttributeReference(enum DwarfAttribute attr,
+ enum DwarfForm form,
+ uint64 data);
+
+ // Derived classes' ProcessAttributeReference can defer to this to
+ // handle DW_AT_specification, or simply not override it.
+ void ProcessAttributeString(enum DwarfAttribute attr,
+ enum DwarfForm form,
+ const string &data);
+
+ protected:
+ // Compute and return the fully-qualified name of the DIE. If this
+ // DIE is a declaration DIE, to be cited by other DIEs'
+ // DW_AT_specification attributes, record its enclosing name and
+ // unqualified name in the specification table.
+ //
+ // Use this from EndAttributes member functions, not ProcessAttribute*
+ // functions; only the former can be sure that all the DIE's attributes
+ // have been seen.
+ string ComputeQualifiedName();
+
+ CUContext *cu_context_;
+ DIEContext *parent_context_;
+ uint64 offset_;
+
+ // If this DIE has a DW_AT_declaration attribute, this is its value.
+ // It is false on DIEs with no DW_AT_declaration attribute.
+ bool declaration_;
+
+ // If this DIE has a DW_AT_specification attribute, this is the
+ // Specification structure for the DIE the attribute refers to.
+ // Otherwise, this is NULL.
+ Specification *specification_;
+
+ // The value of the DW_AT_name attribute, or the empty string if the
+ // DIE has no such attribute.
+ string name_attribute_;
+};
+
+void DwarfCUToModule::GenericDIEHandler::ProcessAttributeUnsigned(
+ enum DwarfAttribute attr,
+ enum DwarfForm form,
+ uint64 data) {
+ switch (attr) {
+ case dwarf2reader::DW_AT_declaration: declaration_ = (data != 0); break;
+ default: break;
+ }
+}
+
+void DwarfCUToModule::GenericDIEHandler::ProcessAttributeReference(
+ enum DwarfAttribute attr,
+ enum DwarfForm form,
+ uint64 data) {
+ switch (attr) {
+ case dwarf2reader::DW_AT_specification: {
+ // Find the Specification to which this attribute refers, and
+ // set specification_ appropriately. We could do more processing
+ // here, but it's better to leave the real work to our
+ // EndAttribute member function, at which point we know we have
+ // seen all the DIE's attributes.
+ FileContext *file_context = cu_context_->file_context;
+ SpecificationByOffset *specifications
+ = &file_context->file_private->specifications;
+ SpecificationByOffset::iterator spec = specifications->find(data);
+ if (spec != specifications->end()) {
+ specification_ = &spec->second;
+ } else {
+ // Technically, there's no reason a DW_AT_specification
+ // couldn't be a forward reference, but supporting that would
+ // be a lot of work (changing to a two-pass structure), and I
+ // don't think any producers we care about ever emit such
+ // things.
+ cu_context_->reporter->UnknownSpecification(offset_, data);
+ }
+ break;
+ }
+ default: break;
+ }
+}
+
+void DwarfCUToModule::GenericDIEHandler::ProcessAttributeString(
+ enum DwarfAttribute attr,
+ enum DwarfForm form,
+ const string &data) {
+ switch (attr) {
+ case dwarf2reader::DW_AT_name: {
+ // Place the name in our global set of strings, and then use the
+ // string from the set. Even though the assignment looks like a copy,
+ // all the major std::string implementations use reference counting
+ // internally, so the effect is to have all our data structures share
+ // copies of strings whenever possible.
+ pair<set<string>::iterator, bool> result =
+ cu_context_->file_context->file_private->common_strings.insert(data);
+ name_attribute_ = *result.first;
+ break;
+ }
+ default: break;
+ }
+}
+
+string DwarfCUToModule::GenericDIEHandler::ComputeQualifiedName() {
+ // Find our unqualified name. If the DIE has its own DW_AT_name
+ // attribute, then use that; otherwise, check our specification.
+ const string *unqualified_name;
+ if (name_attribute_.empty() && specification_)
+ unqualified_name = &specification_->unqualified_name;
+ else
+ unqualified_name = &name_attribute_;
+
+ // Find the name of our enclosing context. If we have a
+ // specification, it's the specification's enclosing context that
+ // counts; otherwise, use this DIE's context.
+ const string *enclosing_name;
+ if (specification_)
+ enclosing_name = &specification_->enclosing_name;
+ else
+ enclosing_name = &parent_context_->name;
+
+ // If this DIE was marked as a declaration, record its names in the
+ // specification table.
+ if (declaration_) {
+ FileContext *file_context = cu_context_->file_context;
+ Specification spec;
+ spec.enclosing_name = *enclosing_name;
+ spec.unqualified_name = *unqualified_name;
+ file_context->file_private->specifications[offset_] = spec;
+ }
+
+ // Combine the enclosing name and unqualified name to produce our
+ // own fully-qualified name.
+ return cu_context_->language->MakeQualifiedName(*enclosing_name,
+ *unqualified_name);
+}
+
+// A handler class for DW_TAG_subprogram DIEs.
+class DwarfCUToModule::FuncHandler: public GenericDIEHandler {
+ public:
+ FuncHandler(CUContext *cu_context, DIEContext *parent_context,
+ uint64 offset)
+ : GenericDIEHandler(cu_context, parent_context, offset),
+ low_pc_(0), high_pc_(0), abstract_origin_(NULL), inline_(false) { }
+ void ProcessAttributeUnsigned(enum DwarfAttribute attr,
+ enum DwarfForm form,
+ uint64 data);
+ void ProcessAttributeSigned(enum DwarfAttribute attr,
+ enum DwarfForm form,
+ int64 data);
+ void ProcessAttributeReference(enum DwarfAttribute attr,
+ enum DwarfForm form,
+ uint64 data);
+
+ bool EndAttributes();
+ void Finish();
+
+ private:
+ // The fully-qualified name, as derived from name_attribute_,
+ // specification_, parent_context_. Computed in EndAttributes.
+ string name_;
+ uint64 low_pc_, high_pc_; // DW_AT_low_pc, DW_AT_high_pc
+ const AbstractOrigin* abstract_origin_;
+ bool inline_;
+};
+
+void DwarfCUToModule::FuncHandler::ProcessAttributeUnsigned(
+ enum DwarfAttribute attr,
+ enum DwarfForm form,
+ uint64 data) {
+ switch (attr) {
+ // If this attribute is present at all --- even if its value is
+ // DW_INL_not_inlined --- then GCC may cite it as someone else's
+ // DW_AT_abstract_origin attribute.
+ case dwarf2reader::DW_AT_inline: inline_ = true; break;
+
+ case dwarf2reader::DW_AT_low_pc: low_pc_ = data; break;
+ case dwarf2reader::DW_AT_high_pc: high_pc_ = data; break;
+ default:
+ GenericDIEHandler::ProcessAttributeUnsigned(attr, form, data);
+ break;
+ }
+}
+
+void DwarfCUToModule::FuncHandler::ProcessAttributeSigned(
+ enum DwarfAttribute attr,
+ enum DwarfForm form,
+ int64 data) {
+ switch (attr) {
+ // If this attribute is present at all --- even if its value is
+ // DW_INL_not_inlined --- then GCC may cite it as someone else's
+ // DW_AT_abstract_origin attribute.
+ case dwarf2reader::DW_AT_inline: inline_ = true; break;
+
+ default:
+ break;
+ }
+}
+
+void DwarfCUToModule::FuncHandler::ProcessAttributeReference(
+ enum DwarfAttribute attr,
+ enum DwarfForm form,
+ uint64 data) {
+ switch(attr) {
+ case dwarf2reader::DW_AT_abstract_origin: {
+ const AbstractOriginByOffset& origins =
+ cu_context_->file_context->file_private->origins;
+ AbstractOriginByOffset::const_iterator origin = origins.find(data);
+ if (origin != origins.end()) {
+ abstract_origin_ = &(origin->second);
+ } else {
+ cu_context_->reporter->UnknownAbstractOrigin(offset_, data);
+ }
+ break;
+ }
+ default:
+ GenericDIEHandler::ProcessAttributeReference(attr, form, data);
+ break;
+ }
+}
+
+bool DwarfCUToModule::FuncHandler::EndAttributes() {
+ // Compute our name, and record a specification, if appropriate.
+ name_ = ComputeQualifiedName();
+ if (name_.empty() && abstract_origin_) {
+ name_ = abstract_origin_->name;
+ }
+ return true;
+}
+
+void DwarfCUToModule::FuncHandler::Finish() {
+ // Did we collect the information we need? Not all DWARF function
+ // entries have low and high addresses (for example, inlined
+ // functions that were never used), but all the ones we're
+ // interested in cover a non-empty range of bytes.
+ if (low_pc_ < high_pc_) {
+ // Create a Module::Function based on the data we've gathered, and
+ // add it to the functions_ list.
+ Module::Function *func = new Module::Function;
+ // Malformed DWARF may omit the name, but all Module::Functions must
+ // have names.
+ if (!name_.empty()) {
+ func->name = name_;
+ } else {
+ cu_context_->reporter->UnnamedFunction(offset_);
+ func->name = "<name omitted>";
+ }
+ func->address = low_pc_;
+ func->size = high_pc_ - low_pc_;
+ func->parameter_size = 0;
+ if (func->address) {
+ // If the function address is zero this is a sign that this function
+ // description is just empty debug data and should just be discarded.
+ cu_context_->functions.push_back(func);
+ }
+ } else if (inline_) {
+ AbstractOrigin origin(name_);
+ cu_context_->file_context->file_private->origins[offset_] = origin;
+ }
+}
+
+// A handler for DIEs that contain functions and contribute a
+// component to their names: namespaces, classes, etc.
+class DwarfCUToModule::NamedScopeHandler: public GenericDIEHandler {
+ public:
+ NamedScopeHandler(CUContext *cu_context, DIEContext *parent_context,
+ uint64 offset)
+ : GenericDIEHandler(cu_context, parent_context, offset) { }
+ bool EndAttributes();
+ DIEHandler *FindChildHandler(uint64 offset, enum DwarfTag tag,
+ const AttributeList &attrs);
+
+ private:
+ DIEContext child_context_; // A context for our children.
+};
+
+bool DwarfCUToModule::NamedScopeHandler::EndAttributes() {
+ child_context_.name = ComputeQualifiedName();
+ return true;
+}
+
+dwarf2reader::DIEHandler *DwarfCUToModule::NamedScopeHandler::FindChildHandler(
+ uint64 offset,
+ enum DwarfTag tag,
+ const AttributeList &attrs) {
+ switch (tag) {
+ case dwarf2reader::DW_TAG_subprogram:
+ return new FuncHandler(cu_context_, &child_context_, offset);
+ case dwarf2reader::DW_TAG_namespace:
+ case dwarf2reader::DW_TAG_class_type:
+ case dwarf2reader::DW_TAG_structure_type:
+ case dwarf2reader::DW_TAG_union_type:
+ return new NamedScopeHandler(cu_context_, &child_context_, offset);
+ default:
+ return NULL;
+ }
+}
+
+void DwarfCUToModule::WarningReporter::CUHeading() {
+ if (printed_cu_header_)
+ return;
+ fprintf(stderr, "%s: in compilation unit '%s' (offset 0x%llx):\n",
+ filename_.c_str(), cu_name_.c_str(), cu_offset_);
+ printed_cu_header_ = true;
+}
+
+void DwarfCUToModule::WarningReporter::UnknownSpecification(uint64 offset,
+ uint64 target) {
+ CUHeading();
+ fprintf(stderr, "%s: the DIE at offset 0x%llx has a DW_AT_specification"
+ " attribute referring to the die at offset 0x%llx, which either"
+ " was not marked as a declaration, or comes later in the file\n",
+ filename_.c_str(), offset, target);
+}
+
+void DwarfCUToModule::WarningReporter::UnknownAbstractOrigin(uint64 offset,
+ uint64 target) {
+ CUHeading();
+ fprintf(stderr, "%s: the DIE at offset 0x%llx has a DW_AT_abstract_origin"
+ " attribute referring to the die at offset 0x%llx, which either"
+ " was not marked as an inline, or comes later in the file\n",
+ filename_.c_str(), offset, target);
+}
+
+void DwarfCUToModule::WarningReporter::MissingSection(const string &name) {
+ CUHeading();
+ fprintf(stderr, "%s: warning: couldn't find DWARF '%s' section\n",
+ filename_.c_str(), name.c_str());
+}
+
+void DwarfCUToModule::WarningReporter::BadLineInfoOffset(uint64 offset) {
+ CUHeading();
+ fprintf(stderr, "%s: warning: line number data offset beyond end"
+ " of '.debug_line' section\n",
+ filename_.c_str());
+}
+
+void DwarfCUToModule::WarningReporter::UncoveredHeading() {
+ if (printed_unpaired_header_)
+ return;
+ CUHeading();
+ fprintf(stderr, "%s: warning: skipping unpaired lines/functions:\n",
+ filename_.c_str());
+ printed_unpaired_header_ = true;
+}
+
+void DwarfCUToModule::WarningReporter::UncoveredFunction(
+ const Module::Function &function) {
+ if (!uncovered_warnings_enabled_)
+ return;
+ UncoveredHeading();
+ fprintf(stderr, " function%s: %s\n",
+ function.size == 0 ? " (zero-length)" : "",
+ function.name.c_str());
+}
+
+void DwarfCUToModule::WarningReporter::UncoveredLine(const Module::Line &line) {
+ if (!uncovered_warnings_enabled_)
+ return;
+ UncoveredHeading();
+ fprintf(stderr, " line%s: %s:%d at 0x%" PRIx64 "\n",
+ (line.size == 0 ? " (zero-length)" : ""),
+ line.file->name.c_str(), line.number, line.address);
+}
+
+void DwarfCUToModule::WarningReporter::UnnamedFunction(uint64 offset) {
+ CUHeading();
+ fprintf(stderr, "%s: warning: function at offset 0x%llx has no name\n",
+ filename_.c_str(), offset);
+}
+
+DwarfCUToModule::DwarfCUToModule(FileContext *file_context,
+ LineToModuleFunctor *line_reader,
+ WarningReporter *reporter)
+ : line_reader_(line_reader), has_source_line_info_(false) {
+ cu_context_ = new CUContext(file_context, reporter);
+ child_context_ = new DIEContext();
+}
+
+DwarfCUToModule::~DwarfCUToModule() {
+ delete cu_context_;
+ delete child_context_;
+}
+
+void DwarfCUToModule::ProcessAttributeSigned(enum DwarfAttribute attr,
+ enum DwarfForm form,
+ int64 data) {
+ switch (attr) {
+ case dwarf2reader::DW_AT_language: // source language of this CU
+ SetLanguage(static_cast<DwarfLanguage>(data));
+ break;
+ default:
+ break;
+ }
+}
+
+void DwarfCUToModule::ProcessAttributeUnsigned(enum DwarfAttribute attr,
+ enum DwarfForm form,
+ uint64 data) {
+ switch (attr) {
+ case dwarf2reader::DW_AT_stmt_list: // Line number information.
+ has_source_line_info_ = true;
+ source_line_offset_ = data;
+ break;
+ case dwarf2reader::DW_AT_language: // source language of this CU
+ SetLanguage(static_cast<DwarfLanguage>(data));
+ break;
+ default:
+ break;
+ }
+}
+
+void DwarfCUToModule::ProcessAttributeString(enum DwarfAttribute attr,
+ enum DwarfForm form,
+ const string &data) {
+ if (attr == dwarf2reader::DW_AT_name)
+ cu_context_->reporter->SetCUName(data);
+}
+
+bool DwarfCUToModule::EndAttributes() {
+ return true;
+}
+
+dwarf2reader::DIEHandler *DwarfCUToModule::FindChildHandler(
+ uint64 offset,
+ enum DwarfTag tag,
+ const AttributeList &attrs) {
+ switch (tag) {
+ case dwarf2reader::DW_TAG_subprogram:
+ return new FuncHandler(cu_context_, child_context_, offset);
+ case dwarf2reader::DW_TAG_namespace:
+ case dwarf2reader::DW_TAG_class_type:
+ case dwarf2reader::DW_TAG_structure_type:
+ case dwarf2reader::DW_TAG_union_type:
+ return new NamedScopeHandler(cu_context_, child_context_, offset);
+ default:
+ return NULL;
+ }
+}
+
+void DwarfCUToModule::SetLanguage(DwarfLanguage language) {
+ switch (language) {
+ case dwarf2reader::DW_LANG_Java:
+ cu_context_->language = Language::Java;
+ break;
+
+ // DWARF has no generic language code for assembly language; this is
+ // what the GNU toolchain uses.
+ case dwarf2reader::DW_LANG_Mips_Assembler:
+ cu_context_->language = Language::Assembler;
+ break;
+
+ // C++ covers so many cases that it probably has some way to cope
+ // with whatever the other languages throw at us. So make it the
+ // default.
+ //
+ // Objective C and Objective C++ seem to create entries for
+ // methods whose DW_AT_name values are already fully-qualified:
+ // "-[Classname method:]". These appear at the top level.
+ //
+ // DWARF data for C should never include namespaces or functions
+ // nested in struct types, but if it ever does, then C++'s
+ // notation is probably not a bad choice for that.
+ default:
+ case dwarf2reader::DW_LANG_ObjC:
+ case dwarf2reader::DW_LANG_ObjC_plus_plus:
+ case dwarf2reader::DW_LANG_C:
+ case dwarf2reader::DW_LANG_C89:
+ case dwarf2reader::DW_LANG_C99:
+ case dwarf2reader::DW_LANG_C_plus_plus:
+ cu_context_->language = Language::CPlusPlus;
+ break;
+ }
+}
+
+void DwarfCUToModule::ReadSourceLines(uint64 offset) {
+ const dwarf2reader::SectionMap &section_map
+ = cu_context_->file_context->section_map;
+ dwarf2reader::SectionMap::const_iterator map_entry
+ = section_map.find(".debug_line");
+ // Mac OS X puts DWARF data in sections whose names begin with "__"
+ // instead of ".".
+ if (map_entry == section_map.end())
+ map_entry = section_map.find("__debug_line");
+ if (map_entry == section_map.end()) {
+ cu_context_->reporter->MissingSection(".debug_line");
+ return;
+ }
+ const char *section_start = map_entry->second.first;
+ uint64 section_length = map_entry->second.second;
+ if (offset >= section_length) {
+ cu_context_->reporter->BadLineInfoOffset(offset);
+ return;
+ }
+ (*line_reader_)(section_start + offset, section_length - offset,
+ cu_context_->file_context->module, &lines_);
+}
+
+namespace {
+// Return true if ADDRESS falls within the range of ITEM.
+template <class T>
+inline bool within(const T &item, Module::Address address) {
+ // Because Module::Address is unsigned, and unsigned arithmetic
+ // wraps around, this will be false if ADDRESS falls before the
+ // start of ITEM, or if it falls after ITEM's end.
+ return address - item.address < item.size;
+}
+}
+
+void DwarfCUToModule::AssignLinesToFunctions() {
+ vector<Module::Function *> *functions = &cu_context_->functions;
+ WarningReporter *reporter = cu_context_->reporter;
+
+ // This would be simpler if we assumed that source line entries
+ // don't cross function boundaries. However, there's no real reason
+ // to assume that (say) a series of function definitions on the same
+ // line wouldn't get coalesced into one line number entry. The
+ // DWARF spec certainly makes no such promises.
+ //
+ // So treat the functions and lines as peers, and take the trouble
+ // to compute their ranges' intersections precisely. In any case,
+ // the hair here is a constant factor for performance; the
+ // complexity from here on out is linear.
+
+ // Put both our functions and lines in order by address.
+ sort(functions->begin(), functions->end(),
+ Module::Function::CompareByAddress);
+ sort(lines_.begin(), lines_.end(), Module::Line::CompareByAddress);
+
+ // The last line that we used any piece of. We use this only for
+ // generating warnings.
+ const Module::Line *last_line_used = NULL;
+
+ // The last function and line we warned about --- so we can avoid
+ // doing so more than once.
+ const Module::Function *last_function_cited = NULL;
+ const Module::Line *last_line_cited = NULL;
+
+ // Make a single pass through both vectors from lower to higher
+ // addresses, populating each Function's lines vector with lines
+ // from our lines_ vector that fall within the function's address
+ // range.
+ vector<Module::Function *>::iterator func_it = functions->begin();
+ vector<Module::Line>::const_iterator line_it = lines_.begin();
+
+ Module::Address current;
+
+ // Pointers to the referents of func_it and line_it, or NULL if the
+ // iterator is at the end of the sequence.
+ Module::Function *func;
+ const Module::Line *line;
+
+ // Start current at the beginning of the first line or function,
+ // whichever is earlier.
+ if (func_it != functions->end() && line_it != lines_.end()) {
+ func = *func_it;
+ line = &*line_it;
+ current = std::min(func->address, line->address);
+ } else if (line_it != lines_.end()) {
+ func = NULL;
+ line = &*line_it;
+ current = line->address;
+ } else if (func_it != functions->end()) {
+ func = *func_it;
+ line = NULL;
+ current = (*func_it)->address;
+ } else {
+ return;
+ }
+
+ while (func || line) {
+ // This loop has two invariants that hold at the top.
+ //
+ // First, at least one of the iterators is not at the end of its
+ // sequence, and those that are not refer to the earliest
+ // function or line that contains or starts after CURRENT.
+ //
+ // Note that every byte is in one of four states: it is covered
+ // or not covered by a function, and, independently, it is
+ // covered or not covered by a line.
+ //
+ // The second invariant is that CURRENT refers to a byte whose
+ // state is different from its predecessor, or it refers to the
+ // first byte in the address space. In other words, CURRENT is
+ // always the address of a transition.
+ //
+ // Note that, although each iteration advances CURRENT from one
+ // transition address to the next in each iteration, it might
+ // not advance the iterators. Suppose we have a function that
+ // starts with a line, has a gap, and then a second line, and
+ // suppose that we enter an iteration with CURRENT at the end of
+ // the first line. The next transition address is the start of
+ // the second line, after the gap, so the iteration should
+ // advance CURRENT to that point. At the head of that iteration,
+ // the invariants require that the line iterator be pointing at
+ // the second line. But this is also true at the head of the
+ // next. And clearly, the iteration must not change the function
+ // iterator. So neither iterator moves.
+
+ // Assert the first invariant (see above).
+ assert(!func || current < func->address || within(*func, current));
+ assert(!line || current < line->address || within(*line, current));
+
+ // The next transition after CURRENT.
+ Module::Address next_transition;
+
+ // Figure out which state we're in, add lines or warn, and compute
+ // the next transition address.
+ if (func && current >= func->address) {
+ if (line && current >= line->address) {
+ // Covered by both a line and a function.
+ Module::Address func_left = func->size - (current - func->address);
+ Module::Address line_left = line->size - (current - line->address);
+ // This may overflow, but things work out.
+ next_transition = current + std::min(func_left, line_left);
+ Module::Line l = *line;
+ l.address = current;
+ l.size = next_transition - current;
+ func->lines.push_back(l);
+ last_line_used = line;
+ } else {
+ // Covered by a function, but no line.
+ if (func != last_function_cited) {
+ reporter->UncoveredFunction(*func);
+ last_function_cited = func;
+ }
+ if (line && within(*func, line->address))
+ next_transition = line->address;
+ else
+ // If this overflows, we'll catch it below.
+ next_transition = func->address + func->size;
+ }
+ } else {
+ if (line && current >= line->address) {
+ // Covered by a line, but no function.
+ //
+ // If GCC emits padding after one function to align the start
+ // of the next, then it will attribute the padding
+ // instructions to the last source line of function (to reduce
+ // the size of the line number info), but omit it from the
+ // DW_AT_{low,high}_pc range given in .debug_info (since it
+ // costs nothing to be precise there). If we did use at least
+ // some of the line we're about to skip, and it ends at the
+ // start of the next function, then assume this is what
+ // happened, and don't warn.
+ if (line != last_line_cited
+ && !(func
+ && line == last_line_used
+ && func->address - line->address == line->size)) {
+ reporter->UncoveredLine(*line);
+ last_line_cited = line;
+ }
+ if (func && within(*line, func->address))
+ next_transition = func->address;
+ else
+ // If this overflows, we'll catch it below.
+ next_transition = line->address + line->size;
+ } else {
+ // Covered by neither a function nor a line. By the invariant,
+ // both func and line begin after CURRENT. The next transition
+ // is the start of the next function or next line, whichever
+ // is earliest.
+ assert (func || line);
+ if (func && line)
+ next_transition = std::min(func->address, line->address);
+ else if (func)
+ next_transition = func->address;
+ else
+ next_transition = line->address;
+ }
+ }
+
+ // If a function or line abuts the end of the address space, then
+ // next_transition may end up being zero, in which case we've completed
+ // our pass. Handle that here, instead of trying to deal with it in
+ // each place we compute next_transition.
+ if (!next_transition)
+ break;
+
+ // Advance iterators as needed. If lines overlap or functions overlap,
+ // then we could go around more than once. We don't worry too much
+ // about what result we produce in that case, just as long as we don't
+ // hang or crash.
+ while (func_it != functions->end()
+ && next_transition >= (*func_it)->address
+ && !within(**func_it, next_transition))
+ func_it++;
+ func = (func_it != functions->end()) ? *func_it : NULL;
+ while (line_it != lines_.end()
+ && next_transition >= line_it->address
+ && !within(*line_it, next_transition))
+ line_it++;
+ line = (line_it != lines_.end()) ? &*line_it : NULL;
+
+ // We must make progress.
+ assert(next_transition > current);
+ current = next_transition;
+ }
+}
+
+void DwarfCUToModule::Finish() {
+ // Assembly language files have no function data, and that gives us
+ // no place to store our line numbers (even though the GNU toolchain
+ // will happily produce source line info for assembly language
+ // files). To avoid spurious warnings about lines we can't assign
+ // to functions, skip CUs in languages that lack functions.
+ if (!cu_context_->language->HasFunctions())
+ return;
+
+ // Read source line info, if we have any.
+ if (has_source_line_info_)
+ ReadSourceLines(source_line_offset_);
+
+ vector<Module::Function *> *functions = &cu_context_->functions;
+
+ // Dole out lines to the appropriate functions.
+ AssignLinesToFunctions();
+
+ // Add our functions, which now have source lines assigned to them,
+ // to module_.
+ cu_context_->file_context->module->AddFunctions(functions->begin(),
+ functions->end());
+
+ // Ownership of the function objects has shifted from cu_context to
+ // the Module.
+ functions->clear();
+}
+
+bool DwarfCUToModule::StartCompilationUnit(uint64 offset,
+ uint8 address_size,
+ uint8 offset_size,
+ uint64 cu_length,
+ uint8 dwarf_version) {
+ return dwarf_version >= 2;
+}
+
+bool DwarfCUToModule::StartRootDIE(uint64 offset, enum DwarfTag tag,
+ const AttributeList& attrs) {
+ // We don't deal with partial compilation units (the only other tag
+ // likely to be used for root DIE).
+ return tag == dwarf2reader::DW_TAG_compile_unit;
+}
+
+} // namespace google_breakpad
diff --git a/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/dwarf_cu_to_module.h b/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/dwarf_cu_to_module.h
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..ac62846
--- /dev/null
+++ b/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/dwarf_cu_to_module.h
@@ -0,0 +1,277 @@
+// -*- mode: c++ -*-
+
+// Copyright (c) 2010 Google Inc.
+// All rights reserved.
+//
+// Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
+// modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are
+// met:
+//
+// * Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright
+// notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
+// * Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above
+// copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer
+// in the documentation and/or other materials provided with the
+// distribution.
+// * Neither the name of Google Inc. nor the names of its
+// contributors may be used to endorse or promote products derived from
+// this software without specific prior written permission.
+//
+// THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS AND CONTRIBUTORS
+// "AS IS" AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT
+// LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR
+// A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE COPYRIGHT
+// OWNER OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL,
+// SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT
+// LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE,
+// DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY
+// THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT
+// (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE
+// OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
+
+// Original author: Jim Blandy <jimb@mozilla.com> <jimb@red-bean.com>
+
+// Add DWARF debugging information to a Breakpad symbol file. This
+// file defines the DwarfCUToModule class, which accepts parsed DWARF
+// data and populates a google_breakpad::Module with the results; the
+// Module can then write its contents as a Breakpad symbol file.
+
+#ifndef COMMON_LINUX_DWARF_CU_TO_MODULE_H__
+#define COMMON_LINUX_DWARF_CU_TO_MODULE_H__
+
+#include <string>
+
+#include "common/language.h"
+#include "common/module.h"
+#include "common/dwarf/bytereader.h"
+#include "common/dwarf/dwarf2diehandler.h"
+#include "common/dwarf/dwarf2reader.h"
+#include "common/using_std_string.h"
+
+namespace google_breakpad {
+
+using dwarf2reader::AttributeList;
+using dwarf2reader::DwarfAttribute;
+using dwarf2reader::DwarfForm;
+using dwarf2reader::DwarfLanguage;
+using dwarf2reader::DwarfTag;
+
+// Populate a google_breakpad::Module with DWARF debugging information.
+//
+// An instance of this class can be provided as a handler to a
+// dwarf2reader::DIEDispatcher, which can in turn be a handler for a
+// dwarf2reader::CompilationUnit DWARF parser. The handler uses the results
+// of parsing to populate a google_breakpad::Module with source file,
+// function, and source line information.
+class DwarfCUToModule: public dwarf2reader::RootDIEHandler {
+ struct FilePrivate;
+ public:
+
+ // Information global to the DWARF-bearing file we are processing,
+ // for use by DwarfCUToModule. Each DwarfCUToModule instance deals
+ // with a single compilation unit within the file, but information
+ // global to the whole file is held here. The client is responsible
+ // for filling it in appropriately (except for the 'file_private'
+ // field, which the constructor and destructor take care of), and
+ // then providing it to the DwarfCUToModule instance for each
+ // compilation unit we process in that file.
+ struct FileContext {
+ FileContext(const string &filename_arg, Module *module_arg);
+ ~FileContext();
+
+ // The name of this file, for use in error messages.
+ string filename;
+
+ // A map of this file's sections, used for finding other DWARF
+ // sections that the .debug_info section may refer to.
+ dwarf2reader::SectionMap section_map;
+
+ // The Module to which we're contributing definitions.
+ Module *module;
+
+ // Inter-compilation unit data used internally by the handlers.
+ FilePrivate *file_private;
+ };
+
+ // An abstract base class for functors that handle DWARF line data
+ // for DwarfCUToModule. DwarfCUToModule could certainly just use
+ // dwarf2reader::LineInfo itself directly, but decoupling things
+ // this way makes unit testing a little easier.
+ class LineToModuleFunctor {
+ public:
+ LineToModuleFunctor() { }
+ virtual ~LineToModuleFunctor() { }
+
+ // Populate MODULE and LINES with source file names and code/line
+ // mappings, given a pointer to some DWARF line number data
+ // PROGRAM, and an overestimate of its size. Add no zero-length
+ // lines to LINES.
+ virtual void operator()(const char *program, uint64 length,
+ Module *module, vector<Module::Line> *lines) = 0;
+ };
+
+ // The interface DwarfCUToModule uses to report warnings. The member
+ // function definitions for this class write messages to stderr, but
+ // you can override them if you'd like to detect or report these
+ // conditions yourself.
+ class WarningReporter {
+ public:
+ // Warn about problems in the DWARF file FILENAME, in the
+ // compilation unit at OFFSET.
+ WarningReporter(const string &filename, uint64 cu_offset)
+ : filename_(filename), cu_offset_(cu_offset), printed_cu_header_(false),
+ printed_unpaired_header_(false),
+ uncovered_warnings_enabled_(false) { }
+ virtual ~WarningReporter() { }
+
+ // Set the name of the compilation unit we're processing to NAME.
+ virtual void SetCUName(const string &name) { cu_name_ = name; }
+
+ // Accessor and setter for uncovered_warnings_enabled_.
+ // UncoveredFunction and UncoveredLine only report a problem if that is
+ // true. By default, these warnings are disabled, because those
+ // conditions occur occasionally in healthy code.
+ virtual bool uncovered_warnings_enabled() const {
+ return uncovered_warnings_enabled_;
+ }
+ virtual void set_uncovered_warnings_enabled(bool value) {
+ uncovered_warnings_enabled_ = value;
+ }
+
+ // A DW_AT_specification in the DIE at OFFSET refers to a DIE we
+ // haven't processed yet, or that wasn't marked as a declaration,
+ // at TARGET.
+ virtual void UnknownSpecification(uint64 offset, uint64 target);
+
+ // A DW_AT_abstract_origin in the DIE at OFFSET refers to a DIE we
+ // haven't processed yet, or that wasn't marked as inline, at TARGET.
+ virtual void UnknownAbstractOrigin(uint64 offset, uint64 target);
+
+ // We were unable to find the DWARF section named SECTION_NAME.
+ virtual void MissingSection(const string &section_name);
+
+ // The CU's DW_AT_stmt_list offset OFFSET is bogus.
+ virtual void BadLineInfoOffset(uint64 offset);
+
+ // FUNCTION includes code covered by no line number data.
+ virtual void UncoveredFunction(const Module::Function &function);
+
+ // Line number NUMBER in LINE_FILE, of length LENGTH, includes code
+ // covered by no function.
+ virtual void UncoveredLine(const Module::Line &line);
+
+ // The DW_TAG_subprogram DIE at OFFSET has no name specified directly
+ // in the DIE, nor via a DW_AT_specification or DW_AT_abstract_origin
+ // link.
+ virtual void UnnamedFunction(uint64 offset);
+
+ protected:
+ string filename_;
+ uint64 cu_offset_;
+ string cu_name_;
+ bool printed_cu_header_;
+ bool printed_unpaired_header_;
+ bool uncovered_warnings_enabled_;
+
+ private:
+ // Print a per-CU heading, once.
+ void CUHeading();
+ // Print an unpaired function/line heading, once.
+ void UncoveredHeading();
+ };
+
+ // Create a DWARF debugging info handler for a compilation unit
+ // within FILE_CONTEXT. This uses information received from the
+ // dwarf2reader::CompilationUnit DWARF parser to populate
+ // FILE_CONTEXT->module. Use LINE_READER to handle the compilation
+ // unit's line number data. Use REPORTER to report problems with the
+ // data we find.
+ DwarfCUToModule(FileContext *file_context,
+ LineToModuleFunctor *line_reader,
+ WarningReporter *reporter);
+ ~DwarfCUToModule();
+
+ void ProcessAttributeSigned(enum DwarfAttribute attr,
+ enum DwarfForm form,
+ int64 data);
+ void ProcessAttributeUnsigned(enum DwarfAttribute attr,
+ enum DwarfForm form,
+ uint64 data);
+ void ProcessAttributeString(enum DwarfAttribute attr,
+ enum DwarfForm form,
+ const string &data);
+ bool EndAttributes();
+ DIEHandler *FindChildHandler(uint64 offset, enum DwarfTag tag,
+ const AttributeList &attrs);
+
+ // Assign all our source Lines to the Functions that cover their
+ // addresses, and then add them to module_.
+ void Finish();
+
+ bool StartCompilationUnit(uint64 offset, uint8 address_size,
+ uint8 offset_size, uint64 cu_length,
+ uint8 dwarf_version);
+ bool StartRootDIE(uint64 offset, enum DwarfTag tag,
+ const AttributeList& attrs);
+
+ private:
+
+ // Used internally by the handler. Full definitions are in
+ // dwarf_cu_to_module.cc.
+ struct FilePrivate;
+ struct Specification;
+ struct CUContext;
+ struct DIEContext;
+ class GenericDIEHandler;
+ class FuncHandler;
+ class NamedScopeHandler;
+
+ // A map from section offsets to specifications.
+ typedef map<uint64, Specification> SpecificationByOffset;
+
+ // Set this compilation unit's source language to LANGUAGE.
+ void SetLanguage(DwarfLanguage language);
+
+ // Read source line information at OFFSET in the .debug_line
+ // section. Record source files in module_, but record source lines
+ // in lines_; we apportion them to functions in
+ // AssignLinesToFunctions.
+ void ReadSourceLines(uint64 offset);
+
+ // Assign the lines in lines_ to the individual line lists of the
+ // functions in functions_. (DWARF line information maps an entire
+ // compilation unit at a time, and gives no indication of which
+ // lines belong to which functions, beyond their addresses.)
+ void AssignLinesToFunctions();
+
+ // The only reason cu_context_ and child_context_ are pointers is
+ // that we want to keep their definitions private to
+ // dwarf_cu_to_module.cc, instead of listing them all here. They are
+ // owned by this DwarfCUToModule: the constructor sets them, and the
+ // destructor deletes them.
+
+ // The functor to use to handle line number data.
+ LineToModuleFunctor *line_reader_;
+
+ // This compilation unit's context.
+ CUContext *cu_context_;
+
+ // A context for our children.
+ DIEContext *child_context_;
+
+ // True if this compilation unit has source line information.
+ bool has_source_line_info_;
+
+ // The offset of this compilation unit's line number information in
+ // the .debug_line section.
+ uint64 source_line_offset_;
+
+ // The line numbers we have seen thus far. We accumulate these here
+ // during parsing. Then, in Finish, we call AssignLinesToFunctions
+ // to dole them out to the appropriate functions.
+ vector<Module::Line> lines_;
+};
+
+} // namespace google_breakpad
+
+#endif // COMMON_LINUX_DWARF_CU_TO_MODULE_H__
diff --git a/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/dwarf_line_to_module.cc b/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/dwarf_line_to_module.cc
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..962848d
--- /dev/null
+++ b/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/dwarf_line_to_module.cc
@@ -0,0 +1,138 @@
+// Copyright (c) 2010 Google Inc.
+// All rights reserved.
+//
+// Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
+// modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are
+// met:
+//
+// * Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright
+// notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
+// * Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above
+// copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer
+// in the documentation and/or other materials provided with the
+// distribution.
+// * Neither the name of Google Inc. nor the names of its
+// contributors may be used to endorse or promote products derived from
+// this software without specific prior written permission.
+//
+// THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS AND CONTRIBUTORS
+// "AS IS" AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT
+// LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR
+// A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE COPYRIGHT
+// OWNER OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL,
+// SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT
+// LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE,
+// DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY
+// THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT
+// (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE
+// OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
+
+// Original author: Jim Blandy <jimb@mozilla.com> <jimb@red-bean.com>
+
+// dwarf_line_to_module.cc: Implementation of DwarfLineToModule class.
+// See dwarf_line_to_module.h for details.
+
+#include <stdio.h>
+
+#include <string>
+
+#include "common/dwarf_line_to_module.h"
+#include "common/using_std_string.h"
+
+// Trying to support Windows paths in a reasonable way adds a lot of
+// variations to test; it would be better to just put off dealing with
+// it until we actually have to deal with DWARF on Windows.
+
+// Return true if PATH is an absolute path, false if it is relative.
+static bool PathIsAbsolute(const string &path) {
+ return (path.size() >= 1 && path[0] == '/');
+}
+
+// If PATH is an absolute path, return PATH. If PATH is a relative path,
+// treat it as relative to BASE and return the combined path.
+static string ExpandPath(const string &path,
+ const string &base) {
+ if (PathIsAbsolute(path))
+ return path;
+ return base + "/" + path;
+}
+
+namespace google_breakpad {
+
+void DwarfLineToModule::DefineDir(const string &name, uint32 dir_num) {
+ // Directory number zero is reserved to mean the compilation
+ // directory. Silently ignore attempts to redefine it.
+ if (dir_num != 0)
+ directories_[dir_num] = name;
+}
+
+void DwarfLineToModule::DefineFile(const string &name, int32 file_num,
+ uint32 dir_num, uint64 mod_time,
+ uint64 length) {
+ if (file_num == -1)
+ file_num = ++highest_file_number_;
+ else if (file_num > highest_file_number_)
+ highest_file_number_ = file_num;
+
+ string full_name;
+ if (dir_num != 0) {
+ DirectoryTable::const_iterator directory_it = directories_.find(dir_num);
+ if (directory_it != directories_.end()) {
+ full_name = ExpandPath(name, directory_it->second);
+ } else {
+ if (!warned_bad_directory_number_) {
+ fprintf(stderr, "warning: DWARF line number data refers to undefined"
+ " directory numbers\n");
+ warned_bad_directory_number_ = true;
+ }
+ full_name = name; // just treat name as relative
+ }
+ } else {
+ // Directory number zero is the compilation directory; we just report
+ // relative paths in that case.
+ full_name = name;
+ }
+
+ // Find a Module::File object of the given name, and add it to the
+ // file table.
+ files_[file_num] = module_->FindFile(full_name);
+}
+
+void DwarfLineToModule::AddLine(uint64 address, uint64 length,
+ uint32 file_num, uint32 line_num,
+ uint32 column_num) {
+ if (length == 0)
+ return;
+
+ // Clip lines not to extend beyond the end of the address space.
+ if (address + length < address)
+ length = -address;
+
+ // Should we omit this line? (See the comments for omitted_line_end_.)
+ if (address == 0 || address == omitted_line_end_) {
+ omitted_line_end_ = address + length;
+ return;
+ } else {
+ omitted_line_end_ = 0;
+ }
+
+ // Find the source file being referred to.
+ Module::File *file = files_[file_num];
+ if (!file) {
+ if (!warned_bad_file_number_) {
+ fprintf(stderr, "warning: DWARF line number data refers to "
+ "undefined file numbers\n");
+ warned_bad_file_number_ = true;
+ }
+ return;
+ }
+ Module::Line line;
+ line.address = address;
+ // We set the size when we get the next line or the EndSequence call.
+ line.size = length;
+ line.file = file;
+ line.number = line_num;
+ lines_->push_back(line);
+}
+
+} // namespace google_breakpad
diff --git a/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/dwarf_line_to_module.h b/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/dwarf_line_to_module.h
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..9382e40
--- /dev/null
+++ b/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/dwarf_line_to_module.h
@@ -0,0 +1,182 @@
+// -*- mode: c++ -*-
+
+// Copyright (c) 2010 Google Inc.
+// All rights reserved.
+//
+// Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
+// modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are
+// met:
+//
+// * Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright
+// notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
+// * Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above
+// copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer
+// in the documentation and/or other materials provided with the
+// distribution.
+// * Neither the name of Google Inc. nor the names of its
+// contributors may be used to endorse or promote products derived from
+// this software without specific prior written permission.
+//
+// THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS AND CONTRIBUTORS
+// "AS IS" AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT
+// LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR
+// A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE COPYRIGHT
+// OWNER OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL,
+// SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT
+// LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE,
+// DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY
+// THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT
+// (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE
+// OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
+
+// Original author: Jim Blandy <jimb@mozilla.com> <jimb@red-bean.com>
+
+// The DwarfLineToModule class accepts line number information from a
+// DWARF parser and adds it to a google_breakpad::Module. The Module
+// can write that data out as a Breakpad symbol file.
+
+#ifndef COMMON_LINUX_DWARF_LINE_TO_MODULE_H
+#define COMMON_LINUX_DWARF_LINE_TO_MODULE_H
+
+#include <string>
+
+#include "common/module.h"
+#include "common/dwarf/dwarf2reader.h"
+#include "common/using_std_string.h"
+
+namespace google_breakpad {
+
+// A class for producing a vector of google_breakpad::Module::Line
+// instances from parsed DWARF line number data.
+//
+// An instance of this class can be provided as a handler to a
+// dwarf2reader::LineInfo DWARF line number information parser. The
+// handler accepts source location information from the parser and
+// uses it to produce a vector of google_breakpad::Module::Line
+// objects, referring to google_breakpad::Module::File objects added
+// to a particular google_breakpad::Module.
+//
+// GNU toolchain omitted sections support:
+// ======================================
+//
+// Given the right options, the GNU toolchain will omit unreferenced
+// functions from the final executable. Unfortunately, when it does so, it
+// does not remove the associated portions of the DWARF line number
+// program; instead, it gives the DW_LNE_set_address instructions referring
+// to the now-deleted code addresses of zero. Given this input, the DWARF
+// line parser will call AddLine with a series of lines starting at address
+// zero. For example, here is the output from 'readelf -wl' for a program
+// with four functions, the first three of which have been omitted:
+//
+// Line Number Statements:
+// Extended opcode 2: set Address to 0x0
+// Advance Line by 14 to 15
+// Copy
+// Special opcode 48: advance Address by 3 to 0x3 and Line by 1 to 16
+// Special opcode 119: advance Address by 8 to 0xb and Line by 2 to 18
+// Advance PC by 2 to 0xd
+// Extended opcode 1: End of Sequence
+//
+// Extended opcode 2: set Address to 0x0
+// Advance Line by 14 to 15
+// Copy
+// Special opcode 48: advance Address by 3 to 0x3 and Line by 1 to 16
+// Special opcode 119: advance Address by 8 to 0xb and Line by 2 to 18
+// Advance PC by 2 to 0xd
+// Extended opcode 1: End of Sequence
+//
+// Extended opcode 2: set Address to 0x0
+// Advance Line by 19 to 20
+// Copy
+// Special opcode 48: advance Address by 3 to 0x3 and Line by 1 to 21
+// Special opcode 76: advance Address by 5 to 0x8 and Line by 1 to 22
+// Advance PC by 2 to 0xa
+// Extended opcode 1: End of Sequence
+//
+// Extended opcode 2: set Address to 0x80483a4
+// Advance Line by 23 to 24
+// Copy
+// Special opcode 202: advance Address by 14 to 0x80483b2 and Line by 1 to 25
+// Special opcode 76: advance Address by 5 to 0x80483b7 and Line by 1 to 26
+// Advance PC by 6 to 0x80483bd
+// Extended opcode 1: End of Sequence
+//
+// Instead of collecting runs of lines describing code that is not there,
+// we try to recognize and drop them. Since the linker doesn't explicitly
+// distinguish references to dropped sections from genuine references to
+// code at address zero, we must use a heuristic. We have chosen:
+//
+// - If a line starts at address zero, omit it. (On the platforms
+// breakpad targets, it is extremely unlikely that there will be code
+// at address zero.)
+//
+// - If a line starts immediately after an omitted line, omit it too.
+class DwarfLineToModule: public dwarf2reader::LineInfoHandler {
+ public:
+ // As the DWARF line info parser passes us line records, add source
+ // files to MODULE, and add all lines to the end of LINES. LINES
+ // need not be empty. If the parser hands us a zero-length line, we
+ // omit it. If the parser hands us a line that extends beyond the
+ // end of the address space, we clip it. It's up to our client to
+ // sort out which lines belong to which functions; we don't add them
+ // to any particular function in MODULE ourselves.
+ DwarfLineToModule(Module *module, vector<Module::Line> *lines)
+ : module_(module),
+ lines_(lines),
+ highest_file_number_(-1),
+ omitted_line_end_(0),
+ warned_bad_file_number_(false),
+ warned_bad_directory_number_(false) { }
+
+ ~DwarfLineToModule() { }
+
+ void DefineDir(const string &name, uint32 dir_num);
+ void DefineFile(const string &name, int32 file_num,
+ uint32 dir_num, uint64 mod_time,
+ uint64 length);
+ void AddLine(uint64 address, uint64 length,
+ uint32 file_num, uint32 line_num, uint32 column_num);
+
+ private:
+
+ typedef std::map<uint32, string> DirectoryTable;
+ typedef std::map<uint32, Module::File *> FileTable;
+
+ // The module we're contributing debugging info to. Owned by our
+ // client.
+ Module *module_;
+
+ // The vector of lines we're accumulating. Owned by our client.
+ //
+ // In a Module, as in a breakpad symbol file, lines belong to
+ // specific functions, but DWARF simply assigns lines to addresses;
+ // one must infer the line/function relationship using the
+ // functions' beginning and ending addresses. So we can't add these
+ // to the appropriate function from module_ until we've read the
+ // function info as well. Instead, we accumulate lines here, and let
+ // whoever constructed this sort it all out.
+ vector<Module::Line> *lines_;
+
+ // A table mapping directory numbers to paths.
+ DirectoryTable directories_;
+
+ // A table mapping file numbers to Module::File pointers.
+ FileTable files_;
+
+ // The highest file number we've seen so far, or -1 if we've seen
+ // none. Used for dynamically defined file numbers.
+ int32 highest_file_number_;
+
+ // This is the ending address of the last line we omitted, or zero if we
+ // didn't omit the previous line. It is zero before we have received any
+ // AddLine calls.
+ uint64 omitted_line_end_;
+
+ // True if we've warned about:
+ bool warned_bad_file_number_; // bad file numbers
+ bool warned_bad_directory_number_; // bad directory numbers
+};
+
+} // namespace google_breakpad
+
+#endif // COMMON_LINUX_DWARF_LINE_TO_MODULE_H
diff --git a/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/language.cc b/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/language.cc
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..c2fd81f
--- /dev/null
+++ b/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/language.cc
@@ -0,0 +1,83 @@
+// Copyright (c) 2010 Google Inc.
+// All rights reserved.
+//
+// Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
+// modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are
+// met:
+//
+// * Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright
+// notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
+// * Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above
+// copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer
+// in the documentation and/or other materials provided with the
+// distribution.
+// * Neither the name of Google Inc. nor the names of its
+// contributors may be used to endorse or promote products derived from
+// this software without specific prior written permission.
+//
+// THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS AND CONTRIBUTORS
+// "AS IS" AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT
+// LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR
+// A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE COPYRIGHT
+// OWNER OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL,
+// SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT
+// LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE,
+// DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY
+// THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT
+// (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE
+// OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
+
+// Original author: Jim Blandy <jimb@mozilla.com> <jimb@red-bean.com>
+
+// language.cc: Subclasses and singletons for google_breakpad::Language.
+// See language.h for details.
+
+#include "common/language.h"
+
+namespace google_breakpad {
+
+// C++ language-specific operations.
+class CPPLanguage: public Language {
+ public:
+ CPPLanguage() {}
+ string MakeQualifiedName(const string &parent_name,
+ const string &name) const {
+ if (parent_name.empty())
+ return name;
+ else
+ return parent_name + "::" + name;
+ }
+};
+
+CPPLanguage CPPLanguageSingleton;
+
+// Java language-specific operations.
+class JavaLanguage: public Language {
+ public:
+ string MakeQualifiedName(const string &parent_name,
+ const string &name) const {
+ if (parent_name.empty())
+ return name;
+ else
+ return parent_name + "." + name;
+ }
+};
+
+JavaLanguage JavaLanguageSingleton;
+
+// Assembler language-specific operations.
+class AssemblerLanguage: public Language {
+ bool HasFunctions() const { return false; }
+ string MakeQualifiedName(const string &parent_name,
+ const string &name) const {
+ return name;
+ }
+};
+
+AssemblerLanguage AssemblerLanguageSingleton;
+
+const Language * const Language::CPlusPlus = &CPPLanguageSingleton;
+const Language * const Language::Java = &JavaLanguageSingleton;
+const Language * const Language::Assembler = &AssemblerLanguageSingleton;
+
+} // namespace google_breakpad
diff --git a/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/language.h b/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/language.h
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..bbe3033
--- /dev/null
+++ b/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/language.h
@@ -0,0 +1,88 @@
+// -*- mode: c++ -*-
+
+// Copyright (c) 2010 Google Inc.
+// All rights reserved.
+//
+// Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
+// modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are
+// met:
+//
+// * Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright
+// notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
+// * Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above
+// copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer
+// in the documentation and/or other materials provided with the
+// distribution.
+// * Neither the name of Google Inc. nor the names of its
+// contributors may be used to endorse or promote products derived from
+// this software without specific prior written permission.
+//
+// THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS AND CONTRIBUTORS
+// "AS IS" AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT
+// LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR
+// A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE COPYRIGHT
+// OWNER OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL,
+// SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT
+// LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE,
+// DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY
+// THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT
+// (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE
+// OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
+
+// Original author: Jim Blandy <jimb@mozilla.com> <jimb@red-bean.com>
+
+// language.h: Define google_breakpad::Language. Instances of
+// subclasses of this class provide language-appropriate operations
+// for the Breakpad symbol dumper.
+
+#ifndef COMMON_LINUX_LANGUAGE_H__
+#define COMMON_LINUX_LANGUAGE_H__
+
+#include <string>
+
+#include "common/using_std_string.h"
+
+namespace google_breakpad {
+
+// An abstract base class for language-specific operations. We choose
+// an instance of a subclass of this when we find the CU's language.
+// This class's definitions are appropriate for CUs with no specified
+// language.
+class Language {
+ public:
+ // A base class destructor should be either public and virtual,
+ // or protected and nonvirtual.
+ virtual ~Language() {}
+
+ // Return true if this language has functions to which we can assign
+ // line numbers. (Debugging info for assembly language, for example,
+ // can have source location information, but does not have functions
+ // recorded using DW_TAG_subprogram DIEs.)
+ virtual bool HasFunctions() const { return true; }
+
+ // Construct a fully-qualified, language-appropriate form of NAME,
+ // given that PARENT_NAME is the name of the construct enclosing
+ // NAME. If PARENT_NAME is the empty string, then NAME is a
+ // top-level name.
+ //
+ // This API sort of assumes that a fully-qualified name is always
+ // some simple textual composition of the unqualified name and its
+ // parent's name, and that we don't need to know anything else about
+ // the parent or the child (say, their DIEs' tags) to do the job.
+ // This is true for the languages we support at the moment, and
+ // keeps things concrete. Perhaps a more refined operation would
+ // take into account the parent and child DIE types, allow languages
+ // to use their own data type for complex parent names, etc. But if
+ // C++ doesn't need all that, who would?
+ virtual string MakeQualifiedName (const string &parent_name,
+ const string &name) const = 0;
+
+ // Instances for specific languages.
+ static const Language * const CPlusPlus,
+ * const Java,
+ * const Assembler;
+};
+
+} // namespace google_breakpad
+
+#endif // COMMON_LINUX_LANGUAGE_H__
diff --git a/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/linux/linux_libc_support.h b/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/linux/linux_libc_support.h
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..b2f47af
--- /dev/null
+++ b/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/linux/linux_libc_support.h
@@ -0,0 +1,95 @@
+// Copyright (c) 2009, Google Inc.
+// All rights reserved.
+//
+// Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
+// modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are
+// met:
+//
+// * Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright
+// notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
+// * Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above
+// copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer
+// in the documentation and/or other materials provided with the
+// distribution.
+// * Neither the name of Google Inc. nor the names of its
+// contributors may be used to endorse or promote products derived from
+// this software without specific prior written permission.
+//
+// THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS AND CONTRIBUTORS
+// "AS IS" AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT
+// LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR
+// A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE COPYRIGHT
+// OWNER OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL,
+// SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT
+// LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE,
+// DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY
+// THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT
+// (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE
+// OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
+
+// This header provides replacements for libc functions that we need. We if
+// call the libc functions directly we risk crashing in the dynamic linker as
+// it tries to resolve uncached PLT entries.
+
+#ifndef CLIENT_LINUX_LINUX_LIBC_SUPPORT_H_
+#define CLIENT_LINUX_LINUX_LIBC_SUPPORT_H_
+
+#include <stdint.h>
+#include <limits.h>
+#include <sys/types.h>
+
+extern "C" {
+
+extern size_t my_strlen(const char* s);
+
+extern int my_strcmp(const char* a, const char* b);
+
+extern int my_strncmp(const char* a, const char* b, size_t len);
+
+// Parse a non-negative integer.
+// result: (output) the resulting non-negative integer
+// s: a NUL terminated string
+// Return true iff successful.
+extern bool my_strtoui(int* result, const char* s);
+
+// Return the length of the given, non-negative integer when expressed in base
+// 10.
+extern unsigned my_int_len(intmax_t i);
+
+// Convert a non-negative integer to a string
+// output: (output) the resulting string is written here. This buffer must be
+// large enough to hold the resulting string. Call |my_int_len| to get the
+// required length.
+// i: the non-negative integer to serialise.
+// i_len: the length of the integer in base 10 (see |my_int_len|).
+extern void my_itos(char* output, intmax_t i, unsigned i_len);
+
+extern const char* my_strchr(const char* haystack, char needle);
+
+extern const char* my_strrchr(const char* haystack, char needle);
+
+// Read a hex value
+// result: (output) the resulting value
+// s: a string
+// Returns a pointer to the first invalid charactor.
+extern const char* my_read_hex_ptr(uintptr_t* result, const char* s);
+
+extern const char* my_read_decimal_ptr(uintptr_t* result, const char* s);
+
+extern void my_memset(void* ip, char c, size_t len);
+
+// The following are considered safe to use in a compromised environment.
+// Besides, this gives the compiler an opportunity to optimize their calls.
+#define my_memcpy memcpy
+#define my_memmove memmove
+#define my_memcmp memcmp
+
+extern size_t my_strlcpy(char* s1, const char* s2, size_t len);
+
+extern size_t my_strlcat(char* s1, const char* s2, size_t len);
+
+extern int my_isspace(int ch);
+
+} // extern "C"
+
+#endif // CLIENT_LINUX_LINUX_LIBC_SUPPORT_H_
diff --git a/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/mac/MachIPC.h b/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/mac/MachIPC.h
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..52bed59
--- /dev/null
+++ b/3rdParty/Breakpad/src/common/mac/MachIPC.h
@@ -0,0 +1,301 @@
+// Copyright (c) 2007, Google Inc.
+// All rights reserved.
+//
+// Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
+// modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are
+// met:
+//
+// * Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright
+// notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
+// * Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above
+// copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer
+// in the documentation and/or other materials provided with the
+// distribution.
+// * Neither the name of Google Inc. nor the names of its
+// contributors may be used to endorse or promote products derived from
+// this software without specific prior written permission.
+//
+// THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS AND CONTRIBUTORS
+// "AS IS" AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT
+// LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR
+// A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE COPYRIGHT
+// OWNER OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL,
+// SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT
+// LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE,
+// DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY
+// THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT
+// (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE
+// OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
+//
+// MachIPC.h
+//
+// Some helpful wrappers for using Mach IPC calls
+
+#ifndef MACH_IPC_H__
+#define MACH_IPC_H__
+
+#import <mach/mach.h>
+#import <mach/message.h>
+#import <servers/bootstrap.h>
+#import <sys/types.h>
+
+#import <CoreServices/CoreServices.h>
+
+//====================================