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Re: RFC: partial symbol table address range generalization
- To: gdb-patches at sources dot redhat dot com
- Subject: Re: RFC: partial symbol table address range generalization
- From: Jim Blandy <jimb at zwingli dot cygnus dot com>
- Date: 24 Oct 2001 12:19:35 -0500
- References: <20011023233450.09F855E9D8@zwingli.cygnus.com>
I've committed this initial change.
I also inadvertently committed a change to symfile.c, and reverted
it. If you get errors compiling symfile.c, try updating it.
Jim Blandy <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Below is the first patch in the series. It's meant to have no effect
> on GDB's behavior.
> 2001-10-23 Jim Blandy <email@example.com>
> Isolate STABS readers' use of the `textlow' and `texthigh' fields
> of `struct partial_symtab' to only a few locations. This change
> is not supposed to affect the way the values are computed, only
> where they live.
> * dbxread.c (struct symloc): Add `textlow' and `texthigh' fields
> to the reader-specific structure.
> * mdebugread.c (struct symloc): Same.
> * dbxread.c (TEXTLOW, TEXTHIGH): New accessor macros.
> * mdebugread.c (TEXTLOW, TEXTHIGH): Same.
> * dbxread.c (dbx_symfile_read): After we've built all our partial
> symbol tables, set each partial symtab's `textlow' and `texthigh'
> fields from our reader-specific structure.
> * mdebugread.c (mdebug_build_psymtabs): Same.
> * dbxread.c (start_psymtab): Initialize the reader-specific
> structure's `textlow' and `texthigh' from the new psymtab's.
> * mdebugread.c (parse_partial_symbols, new_psymtab): Same.
> * dbxread.c (read_dbx_symtab, end_psymtab, read_ofile_symtab): Use
> the reader-specific `textlow' and `texthigh', not the generic
> psymtab fields.
> * mdebugread.c (parse_lines, parse_partial_symbols,
> psymtab_to_symtab_1): Same.
> * partial-stab.h: Same.