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Re: mi/2549: data-list-register-values igonores the format parameter

Tom Tromey writes:
 > >>>>> "Tom" == Tom Tromey <> writes:
 > Tom> I am sending it through regression testing.
 > FYI, it passed there.  Not super surprising, but still good to know.

I agree.  It's not that surprising as your change is in get_registers which
only gets called by mi_cmd_data_list_register_values and, as I said earlier,
there are currently no tests for -data-list-register-values except on sparc.

Why not add the tests below?  There were three failures before your change and
they all pass after it.  They're pretty basic, and I don't know if there are
any architectures for which they wouldn't work, but they would at least prevent
this regression from occurring again.


# Copyright 2008 Free Software Foundation, Inc.

# This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
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# GNU General Public License for more details.
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# along with this program.  If not, see <>.

# Test essential Machine interface (MI) operations
# Verify that, using the MI, we can run a simple program and look at registers.
# The goal is not to test gdb functionality, which is done by other tests,
# but to verify the correct output response to MI operations.

load_lib mi-support.exp
set MIFLAGS "-i=mi"

if [mi_gdb_start] {

set testfile "basics"
set srcfile ${testfile}.c
set binfile ${objdir}/${subdir}/${testfile}
if  { [gdb_compile "${srcdir}/${subdir}/${srcfile}" "${binfile}" executable {debug additional_flags=-DFAKEARGV}] != "" } {
     untested mi-regs.exp
     return -1

proc register_tests_no_exec { } {
	# Test the generic IDT chip.
	mi_gdb_test "111-data-list-register-values" \
		".*111\\^error,msg=\"mi_cmd_data_list_register_values: Usage: -data-list-register-values <format> \\\[<regnum1>...<regnumN>\\\]\"" \
		"wrong arguments"

	mi_gdb_test "111-data-list-register-values x" \
		".*111\\^error,msg=\"No registers\.\"" \
		"no executable"

proc register_tests { } {
    global hex
    global decimal
    set octal "\[0-7\]+"
    set binary "\[0-1\]+"
    set float "\\-?((\[0-9\]+(\\.\[0-9\]+)?(e\[-+\]\[0-9\]+)?)|(nan\\($hex\\)))"

    mi_gdb_test "222-data-list-register-values x" \
	    "222\\^done,register-values=\\\[\{number=\"0\",value=\"$hex\"\}.*\\\]" \
	    "register values x"

    mi_gdb_test "333-data-list-register-values f" \
	    "333\\^done,register-values=\\\[\{number=\"0\",value=\"$float\"\}.*\\\]" \
	    "register values f"

    mi_gdb_test "444-data-list-register-values d" \
	    "444\\^done,register-values=\\\[\{number=\"0\",value=\"-?$decimal\"\}.*\\\]" \
	    "register values d"

    mi_gdb_test "555-data-list-register-values o" \
	    "555\\^done,register-values=\\\[\{number=\"0\",value=\"$octal\"\}.*\\\]" \
	    "register values o"

    mi_gdb_test "666-data-list-register-values t" \
	    "666\\^done,register-values=\\\[\{number=\"0\",value=\"$binary\"\}.*\\\]" \
	    "register values t"


return 0

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