Commit baae986a authored by Nick Clifton's avatar Nick Clifton
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Update objdump's --disassemble=<symbol> feature so that if <symbol> is a...

Update objdump's --disassemble=<symbol> feature so that if <symbol> is a function, the entire function will be disassembled, regardless of the presence of interveening symbols.

	* objdump.c (disassemble_section): When disassembling from a
	symbol only stop at the next symbol if the original symbol was not
	a function symbol.  Otherwise continue disassembling until a new
	function is reached.
	* testsuite/binutils-all/objdump.exp: Add tests of extended
	functionality.
	* testsuite/binutils-all/disasm.s: New test source file.
parent e89c6941
2019-01-17 Nick Clifton <nickc@redhat.com>
* objdump.c (disassemble_section): When disassembling from a
symbol only stop at the next symbol if the original symbol was not
a function symbol. Otherwise continue disassembling until a new
function is reached.
* testsuite/binutils-all/objdump.exp: Add tests of extended
functionality.
* testsuite/binutils-all/disasm.s: New test source file.
2019-01-16 Kito Cheng <kito@andestech.com>
Nelson Chu <nelson@andestech.com>
......
......@@ -13,7 +13,7 @@
* Objdump's --disassemble option can now take a parameter, specifying the
starting symbol for disassembly. Disassembly will continue from this
symbol up to the next symbol.
symbol up to the next symbol or the end of the function.
* The MIPS port now supports the Loongson 2K1000 processor which implements
the MIPS64r2 ISA, the Loongson-mmi ASE, Loongson-cam ASE, Loongson-ext ASE,
......
......@@ -2230,9 +2230,11 @@ with ctags tool.
Display the assembler mnemonics for the machine instructions from the
input file. This option only disassembles those sections which are
expected to contain instructions. If the optional @var{symbol}
argument is given, then display the assembler mnemonics only from
@var{symbol} up to next symbol. If there are no matches for
@var{symbol} then nothing will be displayed.
argument is given, then display the assembler mnemonics starting at
@var{symbol}. If @var{symbol} is a function name then disassembly
will stop at the end of the function, otherwise it will stop when the
next symbol is encountered. If there are no matches for @var{symbol}
then nothing will be displayed.
@item -D
@itemx --disassemble-all
......
......@@ -2211,6 +2211,13 @@ disassemble_section (bfd *abfd, asection *section, void *inf)
long rel_count;
bfd_vma rel_offset;
unsigned long addr_offset;
bfd_boolean do_print;
enum loop_control
{
stop_offset_reached,
function_sym,
next_sym
} loop_until;
/* Sections that do not contain machine
code are not normally disassembled. */
......@@ -2328,13 +2335,15 @@ disassemble_section (bfd *abfd, asection *section, void *inf)
the symbol we have just found. Then print the symbol and find the
next symbol on. Repeat until we have disassembled the entire section
or we have reached the end of the address range we are interested in. */
do_print = paux->symbol == NULL;
loop_until = stop_offset_reached;
while (addr_offset < stop_offset)
{
bfd_vma addr;
asymbol *nextsym;
bfd_vma nextstop_offset;
bfd_boolean insns;
bfd_boolean do_print = TRUE;
addr = section->vma + addr_offset;
addr = ((addr & ((sign_adjust << 1) - 1)) ^ sign_adjust) - sign_adjust;
......@@ -2360,20 +2369,80 @@ disassemble_section (bfd *abfd, asection *section, void *inf)
pinfo->symtab_pos = -1;
}
/* If we are only disassembling from a specific symbol,
check to see if we should start or stop displaying. */
if (sym && paux->symbol)
{
const char *name = bfd_asymbol_name (sym);
char *alloc = NULL;
if (do_print)
{
/* See if we should stop printing. */
switch (loop_until)
{
case function_sym:
if (sym->flags & BSF_FUNCTION)
do_print = FALSE;
break;
if (do_demangle && name[0] != '\0')
case stop_offset_reached:
/* Handled by the while loop. */
break;
case next_sym:
/* FIXME: There is an implicit assumption here
that the name of sym is different from
paux->symbol. */
if (! bfd_is_local_label (abfd, sym))
do_print = FALSE;
break;
}
}
else
{
/* Demangle the name. */
alloc = bfd_demangle (abfd, name, demangle_flags);
if (alloc != NULL)
name = alloc;
const char * name = bfd_asymbol_name (sym);
char * alloc = NULL;
if (do_demangle && name[0] != '\0')
{
/* Demangle the name. */
alloc = bfd_demangle (abfd, name, demangle_flags);
if (alloc != NULL)
name = alloc;
}
/* We are not currently printing. Check to see
if the current symbol matches the requested symbol. */
if (streq (name, paux->symbol))
{
do_print = TRUE;
if (sym->flags & BSF_FUNCTION)
{
if (bfd_get_flavour (abfd) == bfd_target_elf_flavour
&& ((elf_symbol_type *) sym)->internal_elf_sym.st_size > 0)
{
/* Sym is a function symbol with a size associated
with it. Turn on automatic disassembly for the
next VALUE bytes. */
stop_offset = addr_offset
+ ((elf_symbol_type *) sym)->internal_elf_sym.st_size;
loop_until = stop_offset_reached;
}
else
{
/* Otherwise we need to tell the loop heuristic to
loop until the next function symbol is encountered. */
loop_until = function_sym;
}
}
else
{
/* Otherwise loop until the next symbol is encountered. */
loop_until = next_sym;
}
}
free (alloc);
}
do_print = streq (name, paux->symbol);
free (alloc);
}
if (! prefix_addresses && do_print)
......@@ -2438,13 +2507,9 @@ disassemble_section (bfd *abfd, asection *section, void *inf)
insns = FALSE;
if (do_print)
{
disassemble_bytes (pinfo, paux->disassemble_fn, insns, data,
addr_offset, nextstop_offset,
rel_offset, &rel_pp, rel_ppend);
if (paux->symbol)
break;
}
disassemble_bytes (pinfo, paux->disassemble_fn, insns, data,
addr_offset, nextstop_offset,
rel_offset, &rel_pp, rel_ppend);
addr_offset = nextstop_offset;
sym = nextsym;
......
.text
.globl start_of_text
start_of_text:
.type start_of_text, "function"
.long 1
.size start_of_text, . - start_of_text
.globl func
func:
.type func, "function"
.long 2
.global global_non_func_sym
global_non_func_sym:
.long 3
local_non_func_sym:
.long 4
.size func, . - func
.globl next_func
next_func:
.type next_func, "function"
.long 5
.size next_func, . - next_func
......@@ -62,7 +62,7 @@ if [regexp $want $got] then {
if {![binutils_assemble $srcdir/$subdir/bintest.s tmpdir/bintest.o]} then {
fail "objdump (assembling)"
fail "objdump (assembling bintest.s)"
return
}
if {![binutils_assemble $srcdir/$subdir/bintest.s tmpdir/bintest2.o]} then {
......@@ -280,8 +280,95 @@ proc test_objdump_d_sym { testfile dumpfile } {
}
test_objdump_d_sym $testfile $testfile
if { [ remote_file host exists $testarchive ] } then {
test_objdump_d_sym $testarchive bintest2.o
proc test_objdump_d_func_sym { testfile dumpfile } {
global OBJDUMP
global OBJDUMPFLAGS
set got [binutils_run $OBJDUMP "$OBJDUMPFLAGS --disassemble=func --disassemble-zeroes $testfile"]
set want "$dumpfile:.*Disassembly of section"
if ![regexp $want $got] then {
fail "objdump --disassemble=func $testfile: No disassembly title"
return
}
set want "$dumpfile:.*00+0 <start_of_text>"
if [regexp $want $got] then {
fail "objdump --disassemble=func $testfile: First symbol displayed, when it should be absent"
return
}
set want "$dumpfile:.*00+. <func>"
if ![regexp $want $got] then {
fail "objdump --disassemble=func $testfile: Disassembly does not start at function symbol"
return
}
set want "$dumpfile:.*00+. <global_non_func_sym>"
if ![regexp $want $got] then {
fail "objdump --disassemble=func $testfile: Non function symbol not displayed"
return
}
set want "$dumpfile:.*00+. <next_func>"
if [regexp $want $got] then {
fail "objdump --disassemble=func $testfile: Disassembly did not stop at the next function"
return
}
pass "objdump --disassemble=func $testfile"
}
proc test_objdump_d_non_func_sym { testfile dumpfile } {
global OBJDUMP
global OBJDUMPFLAGS
set got [binutils_run $OBJDUMP "$OBJDUMPFLAGS --disassemble=global_non_func_sym $testfile"]
set want "$dumpfile:.*Disassembly of section"
if ![regexp $want $got] then {
fail "objdump --disassemble=non_func $testfile: No disassembly title"
return
}
set want "$dumpfile:.*00+0 <start_of_text>"
if [regexp $want $got] then {
fail "objdump --disassemble=non_func $testfile: First symbol displayed, when it should be absent"
return
}
set want "$dumpfile:.*00+. <global_non_func_sym>"
if ![regexp $want $got] then {
fail "objdump --disassemble=non_func $testfile: Non function symbol not displayed"
return
}
set want "$dumpfile:.*00+. <local_non_func_sym>"
if [regexp $want $got] then {
fail "objdump --disassemble=non_func $testfile: Disassembly did not stop at the next symbol"
return
}
pass "objdump --disassemble=non_func $testfile"
}
# Extra test for ELF format - check that --disassemble=func disassembles
# all of func, and does not stop at the next symbol.
if { [is_elf_format] } then {
if {![binutils_assemble $srcdir/$subdir/disasm.s tmpdir/disasm.o]} then {
fail "objdump --disassemble=func (assembling disasm.s)"
} else {
if [is_remote host] {
set elftestfile [remote_download host tmpdir/disasm.o]
} else {
set elftestfile tmpdir/disasm.o
}
test_objdump_d_func_sym $elftestfile $elftestfile
test_objdump_d_non_func_sym $elftestfile $elftestfile
}
}
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