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Re: Using libbacktrace in libgfortran: some questions

FX <> writes:

> 1. It appears that even on platforms with BACKTRACE_SUPPORTED == 0
> (such as x86_64-apple-darwin), libbacktrace is built and able to
> perform a nonsymbolic backtrace (which appears accurate). Is that a
> feature? Can I rely on it?

Yes, that is a feature.  You should always get accurate PC values even
on systems where libbacktrace does not yet generate file/line

> 2. The backtraces I get on x86_64-linux-gnu are missing symbols. The
> attached source file, compiled with âgfortran -gâ with the attached
> patch, gives the following backtrace with libgfortranâs existing code,
> which uses unwind and calls to addr2line:
>> #0  0x7F4F6E333467
>> #1  0x7F4F6E334C42
>> #2  0x7F4F6E409308
>> #3  0x4008A3 in bar at a.f90:9
>> #4  0x4008C8 in foo at a.f90:5
>> #5  0x4008AF in test at a.f90:2
> with my patch using libbacktrace, I get:
>> 0x7f04f00f8c7d _gfortrani_show_backtrace
>> 	../../../trunk/libgfortran/runtime/backtrace.c:112
>> 0x7f04f00f9ac4 _gfortrani_sys_abort
>> 	../../../trunk/libgfortran/runtime/error.c:176
>> 0x7f04f01c8c78 _gfortran_abort
>> 	../../../trunk/libgfortran/intrinsics/abort.c:33
>> 0x4008a3 ???
>> 	/home/fx/gcc/irun/a.f90:9
>> 0x4008c8 ???
>> 	/home/fx/gcc/irun/a.f90:5
>> 0x4008af test
>> 	/home/fx/gcc/irun/a.f90:2
>> 0x4008ff main
>> 	/home/fx/gcc/irun/a.f90:2
> where the symbols for foo() and bar() are apparently not found, though
> the source location is. Am I missing something here? Iâm attaching the
> output of âdwarfdump a.outâ and the a.out executable file itself
> (gzipped).

I don't know why this is not working.  Everything looks fine in the
a.out that you sent.  Unfortunately, I think you sent the one built
without libbacktrace.  Can you send me the one built with libbacktrace?


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