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Re: [RFA] Process record and replay, 8/10
Sorry. I will talk it clear in the furue.
On Sat, Nov 8, 2008 at 02:55, Michael Snyder <email@example.com> wrote:
> Try running gdbarch.sh, and then renaming the generated files appropriately.
> Looks like an oversight.
> Marc Khouzam wrote:
>> I just couldn't wait and wanted to try this out.
>> I applied all 10 patches, but my compilation fails.
>> cc1: warnings being treated as errors
>> ../../src/gdb/i386-tdep.c: In function 'i386_gdbarch_init':
>> ../../src/gdb/i386-tdep.c:5536: warning: implicit declaration of function
>> When I grep for ïgdbarch_process_record in the set of patches, I see some
>> new methods
>> being used but never declared. Am I missing a patch? Or have I been
>> coding with Java too long :-)
>>> -----Original Message-----
>>> From: firstname.lastname@example.org
>>> [mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of teawater
>>> Sent: Thursday, November 06, 2008 2:51 AM
>>> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
>>> Subject: [RFA] Process record and replay, 8/10
>>> This patch add code to make I386 architecture support process record and
>>> 2008-11-06 Hui Zhu <email@example.com>
>>> I386 architecture process record and replay support.
>>> * i386-tdep.c (PREFIX_REPZ, PREFIX_REPNZ, PREFIX_LOCK,
>>> PREFIX_DATA, PREFIX_ADDR): New macros. Help decode the I386
>>> (aflag, dflag, override, modrm, mod, reg, rm, ot,
>>> i386_record_pc): New variables. Ditto.
>>> (i386_record_modrm, i386_record_lea_modrm_addr,
>>> i386_record_lea_modrm): New functions. Ditto.
>>> (i386_process_record): New function. Parse the instruction in
>>> address "addr" and record the values of registers and memory
>>> that will be change in this instruction.
>>> (i386_gdbarch_init): Set "i386_process_record" to GDBARCH
>>> "process_record" interface.
>>> * i386-tdep.h (gdbarch_tdep): New function pointers
>>> "i386_intx80_record" and "i386_sysenter_record" that point to
>>> the function can record "intx80" and "sysenter" execute log.
>>> i386-tdep.c | 2706
>>> i386-tdep.h | 3
>>> 2 files changed, 2709 insertions(+)