pro_frame.h   [plain text]


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    Largest register value that can be coded into
    the opcode since there are only 6 bits in the
    register field.
#define MAX_6_BIT_VALUE		0x3f

	This struct holds debug_frame instructions
typedef struct Dwarf_P_Frame_Pgm_s *Dwarf_P_Frame_Pgm;

struct Dwarf_P_Frame_Pgm_s {
    Dwarf_Ubyte dfp_opcode;	/* opcode - includes reg # */
    char *dfp_args;		/* operands */
    int dfp_nbytes;		/* number of bytes in args */
#if 0
    Dwarf_Unsigned dfp_sym_index;	/* 0 unless reloc needed */
    Dwarf_P_Frame_Pgm dfp_next;

	This struct has cie related information. Used to gather data 
	from user program, and later to transform to disk form
struct Dwarf_P_Cie_s {
    Dwarf_Ubyte cie_version;
    char *cie_aug;		/* augmentation */
    Dwarf_Ubyte cie_code_align;	/* alignment of code */
    Dwarf_Sbyte cie_data_align;
    Dwarf_Ubyte cie_ret_reg;	/* return register # */
    char *cie_inst;		/* initial instruction */
    long cie_inst_bytes;
    /* no of init_inst */
    Dwarf_P_Cie cie_next;

/* producer fields */
struct Dwarf_P_Fde_s {
    Dwarf_Unsigned fde_unused1;

    /* function/subr die for this fde */
    Dwarf_P_Die fde_die;

    /* index to asso. cie */
    Dwarf_Word fde_cie;

    /* Address of first location of the code this frame applies to If
       fde_end_symbol non-zero, this represents the offset from the
       symbol indicated by fde_r_symidx */
    Dwarf_Addr fde_initloc;

    /* Relocation symbol for address of the code this frame applies to. 
    Dwarf_Unsigned fde_r_symidx;

    /* Bytes of instr for this fde, if known */
    Dwarf_Unsigned fde_addr_range;

    /* linked list of instructions we will put in fde. */
    Dwarf_P_Frame_Pgm fde_inst;

    /* number of instructions in fde */
    long fde_n_inst;

    /* number of bytes of inst in fde */
    long fde_n_bytes;

    /* offset into exception table for this function. */
    Dwarf_Signed fde_offset_into_exception_tables;

    /* The symbol for the exception table elf section. */
    Dwarf_Unsigned fde_exception_table_symbol;

    /* pointer to last inst */
    Dwarf_P_Frame_Pgm fde_last_inst;

    Dwarf_P_Fde fde_next;

    /* The symbol and offset of the end symbol. When fde_end_symbol is
       non-zero we must represent the */
    Dwarf_Addr fde_end_symbol_offset;
    Dwarf_Unsigned fde_end_symbol;

    int fde_uwordb_size;