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# -*- ksh -*-
# Copyright (C) 1998 Free Software Foundation, Inc.

# This file is part of XEmacs.

# XEmacs is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it
# under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the
# Free Software Foundation; either version 2, or (at your option) any
# later version.

# XEmacs is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT
# ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or
# FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the GNU General Public License
# for more details.

# You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
# along with XEmacs; see the file COPYING.  If not, write to
# the Free Software Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330,
# Boston, MA 02111-1307, USA.

# Author: Martin Buchholz

# You can use this file to debug XEmacs using Sun WorkShop's dbx.

# Some functions defined here require a running process, but most
# don't.  Considerable effort has been expended to this end.

# Since this file is called `.dbxrc', it will be read by dbx
# automatically when dbx is run in the build directory, which is where
# developers usually debug their xemacs.

# See also the comments in .gdbinit.

# See also the question of the XEmacs FAQ, titled
# "How to Debug an XEmacs problem with a debugger".

# gdb sources the ./.gdbinit in _addition_ to ~/.gdbinit.
# But dbx does _not_ source ~/.dbxrc if it found ./.dbxrc.
# So we simulate the gdb algorithm by doing it ourselves here.
if test -r $HOME/.dbxrc; then . $HOME/.dbxrc; fi

dbxenv language_mode ansic

ignore POLL
ignore IO

document lbt << 'end'
Usage: lbt
Print the current Lisp stack trace.
Requires a running xemacs process.
end

function lbt {
  call debug_backtrace()
}

document ldp << 'end'
Usage: ldp lisp_object
Print a Lisp Object value using the Lisp printer.
Requires a running xemacs process.
end

function ldp {
  call debug_print ($1);
}

Lisp_Type_Int=-2

# A bug in dbx prevents string variables from having values beginning with `-'!!
function XEmacsInit {
  function ToInt { eval "$1=\$[(int) \`alloc.c\`$1]"; }
  ToInt dbg_USE_UNION_TYPE
  ToInt Lisp_Type_Char
  ToInt Lisp_Type_Record
  ToInt dbg_valbits
  ToInt dbg_gctypebits
  function ToLong { eval "$1=\$[(\`alloc.c\`unsigned long) \`alloc.c\`$1]"; }
  ToLong dbg_valmask
  ToLong dbg_typemask
  xemacs_initted=yes
}

function printvar {
  for i in $*; do eval "echo $i=\$$i"; done
}

document decode_object << 'end'
Usage: decode_object lisp_object
Extract implementation information from a Lisp Object.
Defines variables $val, $type and $imp.
end

# Various dbx bugs cause ugliness in following code
function decode_object {
  if test -z "$xemacs_initted"; then XEmacsInit; fi;
  if test $dbg_USE_UNION_TYPE = 1; then
    # Repeat after me... dbx sux, dbx sux, dbx sux...
    # Allow both `pobj Qnil' and `pobj 0x82746834' to work
    case $(whatis $1) in
      *Lisp_Object*) obj="$[(`alloc.c`unsigned long)(($1).i)]";;
      *) obj="$[(`alloc.c`unsigned long)($1)]";;
    esac
  else
    obj="$[(`alloc.c`unsigned long)($1)]";
  fi
  if test $[(int)($obj & 1)] = 1; then
    # It's an int
    val=$[(long)(((unsigned long long)$obj) >> 1)]
    type=$Lisp_Type_Int
  else
    type=$[(int)(((void*)$obj) & $dbg_typemask)]
    if test $type = $Lisp_Type_Char; then
      val=$[(void*)(long)(((unsigned long long)($obj & $dbg_valmask)) >> $dbg_gctypebits)]
    else
      # It's a record pointer
      val=$[(void*)$obj]
      if test "$val" = "(nil)"; then type=null_pointer; fi
    fi
  fi

  if test $type = $Lisp_Type_Record; then
    lheader="((struct lrecord_header *) $val)"
    lrecord_type=$[(enum lrecord_type) $lheader->type]
    imp=$[(void*)(`alloc.c`lrecord_implementations_table[$lheader->type])]
  else
    lheader="((struct lrecord_header *) -1)"
    lrecord_type=-1
    imp="0xdeadbeef"
  fi
  # printvar obj val type imp
}

function xint {
  decode_object "$*"
  print (long) ($val)
}

document xtype << 'end'
Usage: xtype lisp_object
Print the Lisp type of a lisp object.
end

function xtype {
  decode_object "$*"
  if   test $type = $Lisp_Type_Int;    then echo "int"
  elif test $type = $Lisp_Type_Char;   then echo "char"
  elif test $type = null_pointer;      then echo "null_pointer"
  else
    echo "record type with name: $[((struct lrecord_implementation *)$imp)->name]"
  fi
}

function lisp-shadows {
  run -batch -vanilla -f list-load-path-shadows
}

function environment-to-run-temacs {
  unset EMACSLOADPATH
  export EMACSBOOTSTRAPLOADPATH=../lisp/:..
  export EMACSBOOTSTRAPMODULEPATH=../modules/:..
}

document run-temacs << 'end'
Usage: run-temacs
Run temacs interactively, like xemacs.
Use this with debugging tools (like purify) that cannot deal with dumping,
or when temacs builds successfully, but xemacs does not.
end

function run-temacs {
  environment-to-run-temacs
  run -batch -l ../lisp/loadup.el run-temacs -q ${1+"$@"}
}

document check-xemacs << 'end'
Usage: check-xemacs
Run the test suite.  Equivalent to 'make check'.
end

function check-xemacs {
  run -batch -l ../tests/automated/test-harness.el -f batch-test-emacs ../tests/automated
}

document check-temacs << 'end'
Usage: check-temacs
Run the test suite on temacs.  Equivalent to 'make check-temacs'.
Use this with debugging tools (like purify) that cannot deal with dumping,
or when temacs builds successfully, but xemacs does not.
end

function check-temacs {
  run-temacs -q -batch -l ../tests/automated/test-harness.el -f batch-test-emacs ../tests/automated
}

document update-elc << 'end'
Usage: update-elc
Run the core lisp byte compilation part of the build procedure.
Use when debugging temacs, not xemacs!
Use this when temacs builds successfully, but xemacs does not.
end

function update-elc {
  environment-to-run-temacs
  run -batch -l ../lisp/update-elc.el
}

document dump-temacs << 'end'
Usage: dump-temacs
Run the dumping part of the build procedure.
Use when debugging temacs, not xemacs!
Use this when temacs builds successfully, but xemacs does not.
end

function dump-temacs {
  environment-to-run-temacs
  run -batch -l ../lisp/loadup.el dump
}

function pstruct { # pstruct foo.c struct-name
  module "$1" > /dev/null
  type_ptr="((struct $2 *) $val)"
  print $type_ptr
  print *$type_ptr
}

document pobj << 'end'
Usage: pobj lisp_object
Print the internal C representation of a Lisp Object.
end

function pobj {
  decode_object $1
  if test $type = $Lisp_Type_Int; then
    print -f"Integer: %d" $val
  elif test $type = $Lisp_Type_Char; then
    if test $[$val > 32 && $val < 128] = 1; then
      print -f"Char: %c" $val
    else
      print -f"Char: %d" $val
    fi
  elif test $lrecord_type = lrecord_type_string; then
    pstruct alloc.c Lisp_String
  elif test $lrecord_type = lrecord_type_cons; then
    pstruct alloc.c Lisp_Cons
  elif test $lrecord_type = lrecord_type_symbol; then
    pstruct symbols.c Lisp_Symbol
    echo "Symbol name: $[(char *)($type_ptr->name->data)]"
  elif test $lrecord_type = lrecord_type_vector; then
    pstruct alloc.c Lisp_Vector
    echo "Vector of length $[$type_ptr->size]"
  elif test $lrecord_type = lrecord_type_bit_vector; then
    pstruct fns.c Lisp_Bit_Vector
  elif test $lrecord_type = lrecord_type_buffer; then
    pstruct buffer.c buffer
  elif test $lrecord_type = lrecord_type_char_table; then
    pstruct chartab.c Lisp_Char_Table
  elif test $lrecord_type = lrecord_type_char_table_entry; then
    pstruct chartab.c Lisp_Char_Table_Entry
  elif test $lrecord_type = lrecord_type_charset; then
    pstruct mule-charset.c Lisp_Charset
  elif test $lrecord_type = lrecord_type_coding_system; then
    pstruct file-coding.c Lisp_Coding_System
  elif test $lrecord_type = lrecord_type_color_instance; then
    pstruct objects.c Lisp_Color_Instance
  elif test $lrecord_type = lrecord_type_command_builder; then
    pstruct event-stream.c command_builder
  elif test $lrecord_type = lrecord_type_compiled_function; then
    pstruct bytecode.c Lisp_Compiled_Function
  elif test $lrecord_type = lrecord_type_console; then
    pstruct console.c console
  elif test $lrecord_type = lrecord_type_database; then
    pstruct database.c Lisp_Database
  elif test $lrecord_type = lrecord_type_device; then
    pstruct device.c device
  elif test $lrecord_type = lrecord_type_event; then
    pstruct events.c Lisp_Event
  elif test $lrecord_type = lrecord_type_extent; then
    pstruct extents.c extent
  elif test $lrecord_type = lrecord_type_extent_auxiliary; then
    pstruct extents.c extent_auxiliary
  elif test $lrecord_type = lrecord_type_extent_info; then
    pstruct extents.c extent_info
  elif test $lrecord_type = lrecord_type_face; then
    pstruct faces.c Lisp_Face
  elif test $lrecord_type = lrecord_type_float; then
    pstruct floatfns.c Lisp_Float
  elif test $lrecord_type = lrecord_type_font_instance; then
    pstruct objects.c Lisp_Font_Instance
  elif test $lrecord_type = lrecord_type_frame; then
    pstruct frame.c frame
  elif test $lrecord_type = lrecord_type_glyph; then
    pstruct glyph.c Lisp_Glyph
  elif test $lrecord_type = lrecord_type_gui_item; then
    pstruct gui.c Lisp_Gui_Item
  elif test $lrecord_type = lrecord_type_hash_table; then
    pstruct elhash.c Lisp_Hash_Table
  elif test $lrecord_type = lrecord_type_image_instance; then
    pstruct glyphs.c Lisp_Image_Instance
  elif test $lrecord_type = lrecord_type_keymap; then
    pstruct keymap.c Lisp_Keymap
  elif test $lrecord_type = lrecord_type_lcrecord_list; then
    pstruct alloc.c lcrecord_list
  elif test $lrecord_type = lrecord_type_ldap; then
    pstruct ldap.c Lisp_LDAP
  elif test $lrecord_type = lrecord_type_lstream; then
    pstruct lstream.c lstream
  elif test $lrecord_type = lrecord_type_marker; then
    pstruct marker.c Lisp_Marker
  elif test $lrecord_type = lrecord_type_opaque; then
    pstruct opaque.c Lisp_Opaque
  elif test $lrecord_type = lrecord_type_opaque_ptr; then
    pstruct opaque.c Lisp_Opaque_Ptr
  elif test $lrecord_type = lrecord_type_popup_data; then
    pstruct gui-x.c popup_data
  elif test $lrecord_type = lrecord_type_process; then
    pstruct process.c Lisp_Process
  elif test $lrecord_type = lrecord_type_range_table; then
    pstruct rangetab.c Lisp_Range_Table
  elif test $lrecord_type = lrecord_type_specifier; then
    pstruct specifier.c Lisp_Specifier
  elif test $lrecord_type = lrecord_type_subr; then
    pstruct eval.c Lisp_Subr
  elif test $lrecord_type = lrecord_type_symbol_value_buffer_local; then
    pstruct symbols.c symbol_value_buffer_local
  elif test $lrecord_type = lrecord_type_symbol_value_forward; then
    pstruct symbols.c symbol_value_forward
  elif test $lrecord_type = lrecord_type_symbol_value_lisp_magic; then
    pstruct symbols.c symbol_value_lisp_magic
  elif test $lrecord_type = lrecord_type_symbol_value_varalias; then
    pstruct symbols.c symbol_value_varalias
  elif test $lrecord_type = lrecord_type_timeout; then
    pstruct event-stream.c Lisp_Timeout
  elif test $lrecord_type = lrecord_type_toolbar_button; then
    pstruct toolbar.c toolbar_button
  elif test $lrecord_type = lrecord_type_tooltalk_message; then
    pstruct tooltalk.c Lisp_Tooltalk_Message
  elif test $lrecord_type = lrecord_type_tooltalk_pattern; then
    pstruct tooltalk.c Lisp_Tooltalk_Pattern
  elif test $lrecord_type = lrecord_type_weak_list; then
    pstruct data.c weak_list
  elif test $lrecord_type = lrecord_type_window; then
    pstruct window.c window
  elif test $lrecord_type = lrecord_type_window_configuration; then
    pstruct window.c window_config
  elif test "$type" = "null_pointer"; then
    echo "Lisp Object is a null pointer!!"
  else
    echo "Unknown Lisp Object type"
    print $1
  fi
}

dbxenv suppress_startup_message 4.0
# dbxenv mt_watchpoints on

function dp_core {
  print ((struct x_frame *)(((struct frame*)(Fselected_frame(Qnil)&0x00FFFFFF))->frame_data))->widget->core
}

# Barf!
function print_shell {
  print *(`frame-x.c`TopLevelShellRec*) (((struct `frame-x.c`x_frame*) (((struct `frame-x.c`frame*) (Fselected_frame(Qnil)&0x00FFFFFF))->frame_data))->widget)
}

# -------------------------------------------------------------
# functions to test the debugging support itself.
# If you change this file, make sure the following still work...
# -------------------------------------------------------------
function test_xtype {
  function doit { echo -n "$1: "; xtype "$1"; }
  test_various_objects
}

function test_pobj {
  function doit { echo '==============================='; echo -n "$1: "; pobj "$1"; }
  test_various_objects
}

function test_various_objects {
  doit Vemacs_major_version
  doit Vhelp_char
  doit Qnil
  doit Qunbound
  doit Vobarray
  doit Vall_weak_lists
  doit Vxemacs_codename
}