solist.h   [plain text]

/* Shared library declarations for GDB, the GNU Debugger.
   Copyright 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1998, 1999, 2000,
   Free Software Foundation, Inc.

   This file is part of GDB.

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#ifndef SOLIST_H
#define SOLIST_H

#define SO_NAME_MAX_PATH_SIZE 512	/* FIXME: Should be dynamic */

/* Forward declaration for target specific link map information.  This
   struct is opaque to all but the target specific file.  */
struct lm_info;

struct so_list
    /* The following fields of the structure come directly from the
       dynamic linker's tables in the inferior, and are initialized by
       current_sos.  */

    struct so_list *next;	/* next structure in linked list */

    /* A pointer to target specific link map information.  Often this
       will be a copy of struct link_map from the user process, but
       it need not be; it can be any collection of data needed to
       traverse the dynamic linker's data structures. */
    struct lm_info *lm_info;

    /* Shared object file name, exactly as it appears in the
       inferior's link map.  This may be a relative path, or something
       which needs to be looked up in LD_LIBRARY_PATH, etc.  We use it
       to tell which entries in the inferior's dynamic linker's link
       map we've already loaded.  */
    char so_original_name[SO_NAME_MAX_PATH_SIZE];

    /* shared object file name, expanded to something GDB can open */
    char so_name[SO_NAME_MAX_PATH_SIZE];

    /* The following fields of the structure are built from
       information gathered from the shared object file itself, and
       are set when we actually add it to our symbol tables.

       current_sos must initialize these fields to 0.  */

    bfd *abfd;
    char symbols_loaded;	/* flag: symbols read in yet? */
    char from_tty;		/* flag: print msgs? */
    struct objfile *objfile;	/* objfile for loaded lib */
    struct section_table *sections;
    struct section_table *sections_end;
    struct section_table *textsection;

struct target_so_ops
    /* Adjust the section binding addresses by the base address at
       which the object was actually mapped.  */
    void (*relocate_section_addresses) (struct so_list *so,
                                        struct section_table *);

    /* Free the the link map info and any other private data
       structures associated with a so_list entry.  */
    void (*free_so) (struct so_list *so);

    /* Reset or free private data structures not associated with
       so_list entries.  */
    void (*clear_solib) (void);

    /* Target dependent code to run after child process fork.  */
    void (*solib_create_inferior_hook) (void);

    /* Do additional symbol handling, lookup, etc. after symbols
       for a shared object have been loaded.  */
    void (*special_symbol_handling) (void);

    /* Construct a list of the currently loaded shared objects.  */
    struct so_list *(*current_sos) (void);

    /* Find, open, and read the symbols for the main executable.  */
    int (*open_symbol_file_object) (void *from_ttyp);

    /* Determine if PC lies in the dynamic symbol resolution code of
       the run time loader */
    int (*in_dynsym_resolve_code) (CORE_ADDR pc);

    /* Extra hook for finding and opening a solib.  
       Convenience function for remote debuggers finding host libs.  */
    int (*find_and_open_solib) (char *soname,
        unsigned o_flags, char **temp_pathname);

/* Free the memory associated with a (so_list *).  */
void free_so (struct so_list *so);

/* Return address of first so_list entry in master shared object list.  */
struct so_list *master_so_list (void);

/* Find solib binary file and open it.  */
extern int solib_open (char *in_pathname, char **found_pathname);

/* FIXME: gdbarch needs to control this variable */
extern struct target_so_ops *current_target_so_ops;