[Lldb-commits] [PATCH] D91130: [crashlog] Implement parser for JSON encoded crashlogs
Greg Clayton via Phabricator via lldb-commits
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Wed Nov 11 14:26:52 PST 2020
clayborg added a comment.
In D91130#2389831 <https://reviews.llvm.org/D91130#2389831>, @jasonmolenda wrote:
> You could also make a fakey dsymForUUID script like we do in some other corefile tests. Compile a C file with foo(), bar(), baz(), substitute the addresses of those symbols from the binary into the crashlog.json, substitute the UUID of the compiled program in the crashlog.json, then the fakey-dsymForUUID finds the binary, lldb loads it at the binary at the correct offset. It's a lot of futzing around, but it would be possible.
Crash logs can be loaded on other machines as well. Nothing stopping the test from running on linux, windows, or other systems. The main thing we want to test is if the JSON format creates the right objects with the right info
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