[lldb-dev] [8.0.0 Release] rc2 has been tagged

2019-02-07 Thread Hans Wennborg via lldb-dev
Dear testers, 8.0.0-rc2 has been tagged from the release_80 branch at r353413. Please run the test script, share your results, and upload binaries. I'll get the source tarballs and docs published as soon as possible, and binaries as they become available. Thanks, Hans

Re: [lldb-dev] RFC: Unwinding + Symbol Files: How To?

2019-02-07 Thread Greg Clayton via lldb-dev
We also have information that is generated, like assembly unwind, ABI plug-ins (I believe) which give out the arch defaults for how to unwind at the first instruction of the function, and also one that unwinds when you are in the middle (follow the frame pointer and PC is at FP-). It would be

Re: [lldb-dev] Object identities in the LLDB's C++ API

2019-02-07 Thread Pavel Labath via lldb-dev
On 06/02/2019 23:11, Joshua Peraza via lldb-dev wrote: Adding a hashes where we need them SGTM. I think that's a reasonable approach. We can decide on the best hash and equality functions on a case-by-case basis. ___ lldb-dev mailing list

[lldb-dev] RFC: Unwinding + Symbol Files: How To?

2019-02-07 Thread Pavel Labath via lldb-dev
Hello all, currently I am at at stage where the only large piece of functionality missing from the Breakpad symbol file plugin is the unwind information. The PDB plugin has been in that state for a while. I'd like to rectify this situation, but doing that in the present lldb model is somewhat

[lldb-dev] [Bug 40588] NativeProcessLinux::MonitorCallback incorrectly logs value of libc "signal" function

2019-02-07 Thread via lldb-dev
https://bugs.llvm.org/show_bug.cgi?id=40588 lab...@google.com changed: What|Removed |Added Assignee|lldb-dev@lists.llvm.org |lab...@google.com Resolution|---

Re: [lldb-dev] RFC: Unwinding + Symbol Files: How To?

2019-02-07 Thread Jason Molenda via lldb-dev
Hi Pavel, I'm open to this. I don't think there was any specific reason why UnwindTable is in the ObjectFile over the Module - it was very likely not an intentional choice when I put it there. To recap, each "binary" in the system has an UnwindTable. The UnwindTable has a list of functions it