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Re: Function, file and line information out of '_Unwind_Context' ptr


On Tue, 2004-06-29 at 05:14, Gerrit BruchhÃuser wrote:
> If I compare these pointers then it looks like:
> === Unwind ==> BFD ==> Symbol
> Function: 0x12002d508 ==> 0x12002d560 ==> main
> Function: 0x12002d544 ==> 0x12002d4dc ==> foo1
> Function: 0x12002d580 ==> 0x12002d524 ==> foo

> How can I combine both the pointer information so that I can printout 
> function names instead of addresses in my backtrace? A simple range 
> check doesn't seem to do it :-(

addr2line -f is the easy solution.

I think you have the function names wrong in the above list.  The
backtrace 0x12002d508 0x12002d544 0x12002d580 is foo1/foo/main.  If you
fix that, then a simple range check on function address does work.  This
is what addr2line does essentially.
-- 
Jim Wilson, GNU Tools Support, http://www.SpecifixInc.com


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