[PATCH 5/7] gdb/fortran: Don't include module symbols when searching for types
Tom de Vries
Thu Aug 29 09:09:00 GMT 2019
On 28-08-19 14:37, Andrew Burgess wrote:
> * Andrew Burgess <email@example.com> [2019-07-27 17:22:33 +0100]:
>> Currently the 'info types' command will return symbols that correspond
>> to Fortran modules. This because the symbols are created with domain
>> MODULE_DOMAIN, but address_class LOC_TYPEDEF, which is the same
>> address_class as type symbols.
>> This commit explicitly prevents MODULE_DOMAIN symbols from appearing
>> when we search for symbols in the TYPES_DOMAIN, this prevents the
>> module symbols from appearing in the output of 'info types'.
>> * symtab.c (search_symbols): Don't include MODULE_DOMAIN symbols
>> when searching for types.
>> * gdb.fortran/info-types.exp: Add module.
>> * gdb.fortran/info-types.f90: Update expected results.
> I've now pushed this patch as it only depended on the previous patch
> in this series.
Also, this test-case times out with check-read1, due to the many
"Non-debugging symbols" that are parsed by a single .*.
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