[lldb-dev] Is RequestReturnValue still relevant
kfischer at college.harvard.edu
Fri Jun 19 15:28:04 PDT 2015
On Fri, Jun 19, 2015 at 12:37 PM, Jim Ingham <jingham at apple.com> wrote:
> That comment is outdated. I don't remember what it was there for
> originally, svn says it is Greg's. Maybe he remembers.
Ok, great thanks. I think that comment can be deleted then, so I'll go
ahead and do that.
> What are you trying to do?
I'm building a different front end on top of LLDB and that comment
confused me because it seemed to work fine without, but I wanted to make
sure I wasn't missing something that would come back to bite me. At the
current step, my goal is to
run some locally generated IR in the remote process, which I think I now
managed to do.
> > On Jun 18, 2015, at 10:44 PM, Keno Fischer <kfischer at college.harvard.edu>
> > In ThreadPlanCallFunction.h I saw
> > 67 // To get the return value from a function call you must
> create a
> > 68 // lldb::ValueSP that contains a valid clang type in its
> context and call
> > 69: // RequestReturnValue. The ValueSP will be stored and when
> the function is
> > 70 // done executing, the object will check if there is a
> requested return
> > 71 // value. If there is, the return value will be retrieved
> using the
> > I suspect this comment is just outdated, but is there anything special
> that needs to be done in order to be able to get the return value?
> > Keno
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