[lldb-dev] "step" threading issues
ck at remobjects.com
Thu May 2 03:41:19 PDT 2013
Op 2-5-2013 12:03, Carlo Kok schreef:
> Op 29-4-2013 22:15, Carlo Kok schreef:
>> Op 29-4-2013 18:41, Carlo Kok schreef:
>>> Op 29-4-2013 18:23, Greg Clayton schreef:
>>>> You should only get one stopped event unless you are hitting a
>>>> breakpoint that continues your target. In this case the eStateStopped
>>>> event would be a "restarted" event which can be found out by:
>>>> static bool
>>>> SBProcess::GetRestartedFromEvent (const lldb::SBEvent &event);
>>>> This means the program stopped but restarted automatically. You should
>>>> never see two eStateStopped events in a row, if you are, please try
>>>> and reproduce on a Mac target and file a bug.
>>> Indeed that's my problem. I get several of those with reason "stop" for
>>> StepInto. I'm up to date on last weeks trunk update to windows; but I'll
>>> try to compile lldb on OSX to see if I can reproduce it there.
>> I get this from the log:
>> at line 1656 it resumes it, yet still broadcast a "stop", which makes no
>> sense to me, nor can I find any way this could happen, I do know it
>> doesn't happen if i slowly step through it.
> I've narrowed it down to this (line 1622):
> ThreadList::ShouldReportStop 3 threads
> Thread::ShouldReportStop() tid = 0x1a03: returning vote for complete
> stack's back plan
> ThreadList::ShouldReportStop returning yes
> ShouldReportStop returns "Yes" because
> m_completed_plan_stack.count > 0 in which case it returns:
> return m_completed_plan_stack.back()->ShouldReportStop (event_ptr);
> Now the last thing in that is a:
> ThreadPlanCallFunction::ShouldReportStop(Event *event_ptr)
> if (m_takedown_done || IsPlanComplete())
> return eVoteYes; << goes here.
> return ThreadPlan::ShouldReportStop(event_ptr);
> Which is the call to g_lookup_implementation_no_stret_function_code.
> Does anyone have an idea what else I can check to solve this step into
> I've not been able to reproduce this on Osx or Linux.
If i change:
if (m_completed_plan_stack.size() > 0)
if (m_completed_plan_stack.size() > 0 && m_plan_stack.size() == 0)
in Thread::ShouldReportStop, it works perfectly.
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