[RFC] empirical change to gdb test annota1.exp

Michael Snyder msnyder@cygnus.com
Sat May 13 15:51:00 GMT 2000


Elena, 

This is a test that has been failing for me on several native
targets (both i386, though I don't know if that's significant.)

After poring over the results, I've empirically tweaked the 
regular expression until it passes -- but I don't know whether
what I've done is legitimate, or if it merely covers over a
real error, since I don't completely understand what the 
correct behavior is.

Would you mind taking a look at this change and giving it 
a yes or a no?  The big regular expression is the only 
meaningful change.

				Thanks,	
				Michael

#   Copyright (C) 1999
#   Free Software Foundation, Inc.

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# Please email any bugs, comments, and/or additions to this file to:
# bug-gdb@prep.ai.mit.edu

# This file was written by Elena Zannoni (ezannoni@cygnus.com)

if $tracelevel then {
    strace $tracelevel
}


#
# test running programs
#
set prms_id 0
set bug_id 0

set testfile "annota1"
set srcfile ${testfile}.c
set binfile ${objdir}/${subdir}/${testfile}

if  { [gdb_compile "${srcdir}/${subdir}/${srcfile}" "${binfile}" executable {debug additional_flags=-w}] != "" } {
    gdb_suppress_entire_file "Testcase compile failed, so all tests in this file will automatically fail."
}


# are we on a target board? If so, don't run these tests.
# note: this is necessary because we cannot use runto_main (which would
# work for remote targets too) because of the different prompt we get
# when using annotation level 2.
#
if ![isnative] then {
    return 0
}


gdb_exit
gdb_start
gdb_reinitialize_dir $srcdir/$subdir
gdb_load ${binfile}

if [target_info exists gdb_stub] {
    gdb_step_for_stub;
}

#
# the line at which break main will put the breakpoint
#
set main_line 32

# The commands we test here produce many lines of output; disable "press 
# <return> to continue" prompts.
send_gdb "set height 0\n"
gdb_expect -re "$gdb_prompt $"

#
# break at main
#
gdb_test "break main" \
    "Breakpoint.*at.* file .*$srcfile, line.*" \
    "breakpoint main"


#
# NOTE: this prompt is OK only when the annotation level is > 1
# NOTE: When this prompt is in use the gdb_test procedure cannot be used because
# it assumes that the last char after the gdb_prompt is a white space. This is not
# true with this annotated prompt. So we must use send_gdb and gdb_expect.
#

set old_gdb_prompt $gdb_prompt
set gdb_prompt "\r\n\032\032pre-prompt\r\n$gdb_prompt \r\n\032\032prompt\r\n"



#
# set the annotation level to 2
#
# of course, this will test:
# annotate-pre-prompt
# annotate-prompt
# annotate-post-prompt (in the next block)
#
send_gdb "set annotate 2\n" 
gdb_expect {
    -re "set annotate 2\r\n$gdb_prompt$" { pass "annotation set at level 2" }
    -re ".*$gdb_prompt$"       { fail "annotation set at level 2" }
    timeout	            { fail "annotation set at level 2 (timeout)" }
  }


#
# info break will test:
# annotate-breakpoints-headers
# annotate-field
# annotate-breakpoints-table
# annotate-record
# annotate-breakpoints-table-end
#
send_gdb "info break\n" 
gdb_expect {
 -re "\r\n\032\032post-prompt\r\n\r\n\032\032breakpoints-headers\r\n\r\n\032\032field 0\r\nNum \r\n\032\032field 1\r\nType           \r\n\032\032field 2\r\nDisp \r\n\032\032field 3\r\nEnb \r\n\032\032field 4\r\nAddress    \r\n\032\032field 5\r\nWhat\r\n\r\n\032\032breakpoints-table\r\n\r\n\032\032record\r\n\r\n\032\032field 0\r\n1   \r\n\032\032field 1\r\nbreakpoint     \r\n\032\032field 2\r\nkeep \r\n\032\032field 3\r\ny   \r\n\032\032field 4\r\n$hex \r\n\032\032field 5\r\nin main at ${srcdir}/${subdir}/${srcfile}:$main_line\r\n\r\n\032\032breakpoints-table-end\r\n$gdb_prompt$" \
	{pass "breakpoint info"}
   -re ".*$gdb_prompt$" { fail "breakpoint info" }
   timeout { fail "breakpoint info (timeout)" }
}


#
# run to a break point will test:
# annotate-frames-invalid
# annotate-breakpoints-invalid (a.k.a. breakpoints-changed)
# annotate-starting
# annotate-breakpoint
# annotate-frame-begin
# annotate-frame-function-name
# annotate-frame-args
# annotate-frame-source-begin
# annotate-frame-source-file
# annotate-frame-source-file-end
# annotate-frame-source-line
# annotate-frame-source-end
# annotate-source
# annotate-frame-end
# annotate-stopped
#
#exp_internal 1
send_gdb "run\n"
gdb_expect {
    -re "\r\n\032\032post-prompt\r\nStarting program: $binfile \(\r\n\r\n\032\032frames-invalid\)+\(\(\r\n\r\n\032\032frames-invalid\)|\(\r\n\r\n\032\032breakpoints-invalid\)\)*\r\n\r\n\032\032starting\(\r\n\r\n\032\032frames-invalid\)+\(\(\r\n\r\n\032\032frames-invalid\)|\(\r\n\r\n\032\032breakpoints-invalid\)\)*\r\n\r\n\032\032breakpoint 1\r\n\r\nBreakpoint 1, \r\n\032\032frame-begin 0 $hex\r\n\r\n\032\032frame-function-name\r\nmain\r\n\032\032frame-args\r\n \\(\\)\r\n\032\032frame-source-begin\r\n at \r\n\032\032frame-source-file\r\n.*annota1.c\r\n\032\032frame-source-file-end\r\n:\r\n\032\032frame-source-line\r\n$main_line\r\n\032\032frame-source-end\r\n\r\n\r\n\032\032source.*$srcfile:$main_line:.*:beg:$hex\r\n\r\n\032\032frame-end\r\n\r\n\032\032stopped.*$gdb_prompt$" {
	pass "run until main breakpoint" }
    -re ".*$gdb_prompt$" { 
	fail "run until main breakpoint" }
    timeout { 
	fail "run until main breakpoint (timeout)" }
  }
#exp_internal 0
#exit 0

#
# Let's do a next, to get to a point where the array is initialized
# We don't care about the annotated output for this operation, it is the same as
# the one produced by run above
#
send_gdb "next\n" 
gdb_expect {
    -re ".*$gdb_prompt$" { pass "go after array init line" }
    timeout { fail "go after array init line (timeout)" }
}


#
# printing the array will test:
# annotate-value-history-begin
# annotate-value-history-value
# annotate-array-section-begin
# annotate-elt
# FIXME: annotate-elt-rep and annotate-elt-rep-end not tested
# annotate-array-section-end
# annotate-value-history-end
# FIXME: annotate-value-begin and annotate-value-end not tested (the gdb output
#              command would cause them to be used)
#
send_gdb "print my_array\n"
gdb_expect {
  -re "\r\n\032\032post-prompt\r\n\r\n\032\032value-history-begin 1 -\r\n.*= \r\n\032\032value-history-value\r\n.\r\n\032\032array-section-begin 0 -\r\n1\r\n\032\032elt\r\n, 2\r\n\032\032elt\r\n, 3\r\n\032\032elt\r\n\r\n\032\032array-section-end\r\n.\r\n\r\n\032\032value-history-end\r\n$gdb_prompt$" \
	{ pass "print array" }
  -re ".*$gdb_prompt$"     { fail "print array" }
  timeout	            { fail "print array (timeout)" }
}


#
# this should generate an error message, so to test:
# annotate-error-begin
# FIXME: annotate-error not tested
#

#exp_internal 1
send_gdb "print non_existent_value\n"
gdb_expect {
  -re "\r\n\032\032post-prompt\r\n\r\n\032\032error-begin\r\nNo symbol \"non_existent_value\" in current context.\r\n\r\n\032\032error\r\n$gdb_prompt$" \
	{ pass "print non_existent_value" }
  -re ".*$gdb_prompt$"     { fail "print non_existent_value" }
  timeout	            { fail "print non_existent_value (timeout)" }
}


#
# break at signal handler. So that, once we are in the sig handler, if we do a bt
# we can test annotate-signal-handler-caller
#
send_gdb "break handle_USR1\n"
gdb_expect {
  -re  "\r\n\032\032post-prompt\r\n\r\n\032\032breakpoints-invalid\r\nBreakpoint.*at $hex: file.*$srcfile, line.*\r\n$gdb_prompt$" \
	    { pass "breakpoint handle_USR1" }
  -re ".*$gdb_prompt$"     { fail "break at handle_USR1" }
  timeout	            { fail "break at handle_USR1 (timeout)" }
}

#
# break at printf. When we are stopped at printf, we can test 
#
send_gdb "break printf\n"
gdb_expect {
  -re  "\r\n\032\032post-prompt\r\n\r\n\032\032breakpoints-invalid\r\nBreakpoint.*at $hex.*$gdb_prompt$" \
	    { pass "breakpoint printf" }
  -re ".*$gdb_prompt$"     { fail "break printf" }
  timeout	            { fail "break printf (timeout)" }
}

#
# get to printf
#
send_gdb "continue\n"
gdb_expect {
  -re "\r\n\032\032post-prompt\r\nContinuing.\r\n\r\n\032\032starting\r\n\r\n\032\032frames-invalid\r\n\r\n\032\032breakpoint 3\r\n\r\nBreakpoint 3, \r\n\032\032frame-begin 0 $hex\r\n\r\n(\032\032frame-address\r\n$hex\r\n\032\032frame-address-end\r\n in \r\n)*\032\032frame-function-name\r\nprintf\r\n\032\032frame-args\r\n.*\032\032frame-end\r\n\r\n\032\032stopped\r\n$gdb_prompt$" \
	  { pass "continue to printf" }
  -re ".*$gdb_prompt$"     { fail "continue to printf" }
  timeout	            { fail "continue to printf (timeout)" }
}

#
# test:
# annotate-frame-where
# annotate-frame-address
# annotate-frame-address-end
#
send_gdb "backtrace\n"
gdb_expect {
  -re "\r\n\032\032post-prompt\r\n\r\n\032\032frame-begin 0 $hex\r\n.0  \r\n(\032\032frame-address\r\n$hex\r\n\032\032frame-address-end\r\n in \r\n)*\032\032frame-function-name\r\nprintf\r\n\032\032frame-args\r\n \\(.*frame-end\r\n\r\n\032\032frame-begin 1 $hex\r\n.1  \r\n\032\032frame-address\r\n$hex\r\n\032\032frame-address-end\r\n in \r\n\032\032frame-function-name\r\nmain\r\n\032\032frame-args\r\n \\(\\)\r\n\032\032frame-source-begin\r\n at \r\n\032\032frame-source-file\r\n${srcdir}/${subdir}/${srcfile}\r\n\032\032frame-source-file-end\r\n:\r\n\032\032frame-source-line\r\n.*\r\n\032\032frame-source-end\r\n\r\n\r\n\032\032frame-end\r\n$gdb_prompt$" \
	  { pass "bactrace from shlibrary" }
  -re ".*$gdb_prompt$"     { fail "backtrace from shlibrary" }
  timeout	            { fail "backtrace from shlibrary (timeout)" }
}


#
# test printing a frame with some arguments: 
# annotate-arg-begin
# annotate-arg-name-end
# annotate-arg-value
# annotate-arg-end
#
send_gdb "signal SIGUSR1\n"
gdb_expect {
  -re "\r\n\032\032post-prompt\r\nContinuing with signal SIGUSR1.\r\n\r\n\032\032starting\r\n\r\n\032\032frames-invalid\r\n\r\n\032\032breakpoint 2\r\n\r\nBreakpoint 2, \r\n\032\032frame-begin 0 $hex\r\n\r\n\032\032frame-function-name\r\nhandle_USR1\r\n\032\032frame-args\r\n \\(\r\n\032\032arg-begin\r\nsig\r\n\032\032arg-name-end\r\n=\r\n\032\032arg-value -\r\n$decimal\r\n\032\032arg-end\r\n\\)\r\n\032\032frame-source-begin\r\n at \r\n\032\032frame-source-file\r\n${srcdir}/${subdir}/${srcfile}\r\n\032\032frame-source-file-end\r\n:\r\n\032\032frame-source-line\r\n.*\r\n\032\032frame-source-end\r\n\r\n\r\n\032\032source.*annota1.c:.*:.*:beg:$hex\r\n\r\n\032\032frame-end\r\n\r\n\032\032stopped\r\n$gdb_prompt$" \
	{ pass "send SIGUSR1" }
  -re ".*$gdb_prompt$"     { fail "send SIGUSR1" }
  timeout	            { fail "send SIGUSR1 (timeout)" }
}


#
# test:
# annotate-signal-handler-caller
#
verbose "match_max local is: [match_max]"
verbose "match_max default is: [match_max -d]"
# This is necessary because a 2000 buffer is not enought to get everything
# up to the prompt ad the test gets a timeout.
match_max 3000
verbose "match_max now is: [match_max]"
send_gdb "backtrace\n"
gdb_expect {
  -re "frame-begin 0 $hex.*0.*frame-end.*frame-begin 1 $hex.*1.*(\032\032signal-handler-caller\r\n.signal handler called.\r\n\r\n)*\032\032frame-end\r\n\r\n\032\032frame-begin 2 $hex.*2.*(frame-begin 3 $hex.*3.*)*frame-end.*$gdb_prompt$" \
	{ pass "backtrace @ signal handler" }
  -re ".*$gdb_prompt$"     { fail "backtrace @ signal handler" }
  timeout	            { fail "backtrace @ signal handler (timeout)" }
}

#
# delete all the breakpoints
#
send_gdb "delete 1\n"
gdb_expect {
     -re "\r\n\032\032post-prompt\r\n$gdb_prompt$" \
          { pass "delete bp 1" }
     -re ".*$gdb_prompt$"  { fail "delete bp 1" }
     timeout { fail "delete bp 1 (timeout)" }
}

send_gdb "delete 2\n"
gdb_expect {
     -re "\r\n\032\032post-prompt\r\n$gdb_prompt$" \
	     { pass "delete bp 2" }
     -re ".*$gdb_prompt$"  { fail "delete bp 2 " }
     timeout { fail "delete bp 2 (timeout)" }
}

send_gdb "delete 3\n"
gdb_expect {
     -re "\r\n\032\032post-prompt\r\n$gdb_prompt$" \
	     { pass "delete bp 3" }
     -re ".*$gdb_prompt$"  { fail "delete bp 3" }
     timeout { fail "delete bp 3 (timeout)" }
}

#
# break at main, after value is initialized. This is in preparation
# to test the annotate output for the display command.
#
send_gdb "break main\n"
gdb_expect {
     -re "post-prompt.*\032\032breakpoints-invalid.*Breakpoint 4 at $hex: file ${srcdir}/${subdir}/${srcfile}, line $main_line.*$gdb_prompt$" \
	     { pass "break at 28" }
     -re ".*$gdb_prompt$"  { fail "break at 28" }
     timeout { fail "break at 28 (timeout)" }
}

#
# display the value; test:
# annotate-display-begin
# annotate-display-number-end
# annotate-display-format
# annotate-display-expression
# annotate-display-expression-end
# annotate-display-end
# FIXME: annotate-display-value not tested
#
send_gdb "display value\n"
gdb_expect {
    -re "post-prompt\r\n\r\n\032\032display-begin\r\n1\r\n\032\032display-number-end\r\n: \r\n\032\032display-format\r\n\r\n\032\032display-expression\r\nvalue\r\n\032\032display-expression-end\r\n = \r\n\032\032display-expression\r\n7\r\n\r\n\032\032display-end\r\n$gdb_prompt$" \
	     { pass "set up display" }
     -re ".*$gdb_prompt$"  { fail "set up display" }
     timeout { fail "set up display (timeout)" }
}


# should ask query. Test annotate-query.
# we don't care about anything else here, only the query.

send_gdb "run\n"
gdb_expect {
  -re "pre-query.*already.*\\(y or n\\).*query\r\n" {
         send_gdb "y\n"
         gdb_expect {
	     -re ".*post-query.*$gdb_prompt$" \
		     { pass "re-run" }
	     -re ".*$gdb_prompt$"  { fail "re-run" }
	     timeout { fail "re-run (timeout)" }
	 }
     }
  -re ".*$gdb_prompt$"  { fail "re-run" }
  timeout { fail "re-run (timeout)" }
}

#
# Test that breakpoints-invalid is issued once and only once for
# breakpoint ignore count changes, after annotation stopped.
#
send_gdb "break 46\n"
gdb_expect {
    -re "Breakpoint 5 at $hex: file .*$srcfile, line 46.*$gdb_prompt$" {
	pass "break at 46"
    }
    -re ".*$gdb_prompt$" { fail "break at 46" }
    timeout { fail "break at 46 (timeout)" }
}

send_gdb "ignore 5 4\n"
gdb_expect {
    -re "Will ignore next 4 crossings of breakpoint 5.*$gdb_prompt$" {
	pass "ignore 5 4"
    }
    -re ".*$gdb_prompt$" { fail "ignore 5 4" }
    timeout { fail "ignore 5 4 (timeout)" }
}

send_gdb "continue\n"
gdb_expect {
    -re ".*$srcfile:46:.*\032\032stopped\r\n\r\n\032\032breakpoints-invalid\r\n$gdb_prompt$" {
	pass "annotate ignore count change"
    }
    -re ".*$gdb_prompt$" { fail "annotate ignore count change" }
    timeout { fail "annotate ignore count change (timeout)" }
}

# check that ignore command is working, or the above can provide
# misleading assurance ...

send_gdb "next\n"
gdb_expect {
    -re "$gdb_prompt$" {}
    timeout { fail "next to exit loop" }
}

send_gdb "next\n"
gdb_expect {
    -re ".*$srcfile:49:.*$gdb_prompt$" {
	pass "breakpoint ignore count"
    }
    -re ".*$gdb_prompt$" { fail "breakpoint ignore count" }
    timeout { fail "breakpoint ignore count (timeout)" }
}

#
# Send a signal that is not handled; test:
# annotate-signalled
# annotate-signal-name
# annotate-signal-name-end
# annotate-signal-string
# annotate-signal-string-end
# FIXME: annotate-signal not tested (requires that the inferior be 
#                        stopped by a "random" signal)
#
send_gdb "signal SIGTRAP\n"
gdb_expect {
  -re ".*\032\032post-prompt\r\nContinuing with signal SIGTRAP.\r\n\r\n\032\032starting\r\n\r\n\032\032frames-invalid\r\n\r\n\032\032frames-invalid\r\n\r\n\032\032signalled\r\n\r\nProgram terminated with signal \r\n\032\032signal-name\r\nSIGTRAP\r\n\032\032signal-name-end\r\n, \r\n\032\032signal-string\r\nTrace.breakpoint trap\r\n\032\032signal-string-end\r\n.\r\nThe program no longer exists.\r\n\r\n\032\032stopped\r\n$gdb_prompt$" \
	  { pass "signal sent" }
  -re ".*$gdb_prompt$" { fail "signal sent" }
  timeout { fail "signal sent (timeout)" }
}


# Check for production of a core file
# and remove it!

set exec_output [remote_exec build "ls core"]

if [ regexp "core not found" $exec_output]  {
    pass "No core dumped"
} else {
  if [ regexp "No such file or directory" $exec_output] {
      pass "No core dumped"
  } else {
      remote_exec build "rm -f core"
      pass "Core dumped and removed"
  }
}

# restore the original prompt for the rest of the testsuite

set gdb_prompt $old_gdb_prompt


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