[patch] java run-time stack trace

Andrew Haley aph@redhat.com
Thu Feb 8 08:31:00 GMT 2001

Per Bothner writes:
 > Bryce McKinlay <bryce@albatross.co.nz> writes:
 > > Actually, I'd like to have CNI functions mangled in C++ style. This is
 > > how they are written in the source code (think copy/search/paste), and it
 > > can help to make it very obvious when the stack trace goes through native
 > > code. Also, this is consistent with GDB.
 > What about library functions?  Having (say) ClassLoader.defineClass
 > should up in C++ style is *not* what most users want or expect.
 > Whether a class is written in Java or CNI is an implementation detail,
 > which should not effect how the stack trace looks, at least for standard
 > java.* and javax.* classes.

I'm sure this is right.  What bothers me is how java demangling can
possibly cope with things like array<int>.


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