Patch for PR 9399

Daniel Jacobowitz drow@false.org
Wed Dec 9 14:05:00 GMT 2009


On Wed, Dec 09, 2009 at 08:32:34AM -0500, Chris Moller wrote:
> The patch file includes the patch to gdb/valops.c, gdb/ChangeLog,
> gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog, gdb/testsuite/gdb.cp/Makefile.in, and
> mc-log.diffs.  (The patch to  Makefile.in is to incorporate the
> testcase for 'make check'; mc-log.diffs are the diffs between before
> and after runs of 'make check')

Next time, please diff -u gdb.sum files; the rest is just noise.
Those do vary a little bit but they're more stable.  It looks like
your only change is mi-nsmoribund.exp, which is sometimes flaky.

> I can't do a 'cvs add' so the the
> testcase expects and .cc file are attached separately as
> gdb/testsuite/gdb.cp/virtfunc2.cc and
> gdb/testsuite/gdb.cp/virtfunc2.exp.

Take a look at cvsutils; "cvsdo add" works.

(Or, nowadays, I suppose you could use the git mirror! :-)

> You can see what the patch does by compiling -g virtfunc.cc, gdb-ing
> it, breaking in the return stmt at // marker1, and doing things like
> "print o.do_print()".  Without the patch, gdb tries to access
> location 0x0; with the patch it does the right thing.  (There are
> more tests in virtfunc2.exp)

Where does the access to 0x0 come from?  Is it inside
search_struct_field?  I wouldn't expect value_cast_structs to do any
cast in this case, but it does do a little extra work.

> +   if ((TYPE_NAME (t1) != NULL) &&
> +       (TYPE_NAME (t2) != NULL) &&
> +       !strcmp (TYPE_NAME (t1), TYPE_NAME (t2)))

&& on the beginning of the line, please.

-- 
Daniel Jacobowitz
CodeSourcery



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