[lldb-dev] PATCH for REVIEW - Fix [Bug 15038] LLDB does not support printing wide-character variables on Linux
ashok.thirumurthi at intel.com
Wed Mar 27 14:52:16 PDT 2013
The root cause for Bug 15038 is a ptrace EIO that can occur because we don't know the size of a (UTF) string and so read a fixed number of characters for strings. The attached fix accepts EIO in the case where data has been read and a null terminator of the correct size and alignment was found.
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Subject: [lldb-dev] [Bug 15038] New: LLDB does not support printing wide-character variables on Linux
Bug #: 15038
Summary: LLDB does not support printing wide-character
variables on Linux
Component: All Bugs
AssignedTo: lldb-dev at cs.uiuc.edu
ReportedBy: daniel.malea at intel.com
Printing a variable of wchar_t type does not behave as expected and results in garbage being printed on the screen.
To reproduce, remove the @expectedFailureLinux decorator from TestChar1632T.py and TestCxxWCharT.py and run:
python dotest.py --executable <path-to-lldb> lang/cpp/char1632_t lang/cpp/wchar_t
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