Commit b420fa84 authored by Tim Janik's avatar Tim Janik Committed by Tim Janik

removed this function which was not publically exported in glib.h. to

Mon Aug 24 02:08:56 1998  Tim Janik  <timj@gtk.org>

        * glib.h:
        * gstring.c:
        * gstrfuncs.c:
        (g_vsprintf): removed this function which was not publically
        exported in glib.h. to export it, it should have been named
        differently in the first place, since its semantics differ from
        vsprintf(). apart from that, it was a possible cause for
        problems since it worked on a previously allocated memory area and
        was used in a lot places of glib. exporting it would have been a
        guararant for problems with threaded programs.
        (g_printf_string_upper_bound): exported this function to return
        a string size, guarranteed to be big enough to hold the fully
        expanded format+args string. added 'q', 'L' and 'll' flag handling.
        in fact, the newly allocated area is in most cases much bigger than
        required.
        (g_strdup_vprintf()): new function returning a newly allocated string
        containing the contents of *format and associated args (size is
        calculated with g_printf_string_upper_bound()).
        (g_strdup_printf): new function which wraps g_strdup_vprintf().

        * configure.in: check for va_copy() or __va_copy() alternatively.
        check whether va_lists can be copyied by value.

        * glib.h: provide a definition for G_VA_COPY.

        * glib.h:
        * gmessages.c:
        (g_logv):
        (g_vsnprintf):
        pass va_lists by value, not by reference, since this causes problems
        on platforms that implement va_list as as arrays. internaly, use
        G_VA_COPY (new_arg, org_arg); va_end (new_arg); to produce a second
        va_list variable, if multiple passes are required. changed all
        callers.

        * glib.h:
        * gerror.h:
        renamed g_debug() to g_on_error_query(), cleaned up a bit.
        renamed g_stack_trace() to g_on_error_stack_trace() since both
        functions cluttered different namespaces.
        there is an appropriate comment in glib.h now that explains the
        unix and gdb specific dependencies of both functions.
        removed g_attach_process().
        g_on_error_stack_trace() should probably be handled with caution,
        i've seem several different linux versions (2.0.x) become unstable
        after invokation of this function.
parent 0b870ec3
Mon Aug 24 02:08:56 1998 Tim Janik <timj@gtk.org>
* glib.h:
* gstring.c:
* gstrfuncs.c:
(g_vsprintf): removed this function which was not publically
exported in glib.h. to export it, it should have been named
differently in the first place, since its semantics differ from
vsprintf(). apart from that, it was a possible cause for
problems since it worked on a previously allocated memory area and
was used in a lot places of glib. exporting it would have been a
guararant for problems with threaded programs.
(g_printf_string_upper_bound): exported this function to return
a string size, guarranteed to be big enough to hold the fully
expanded format+args string. added 'q', 'L' and 'll' flag handling.
in fact, the newly allocated area is in most cases much bigger than
required.
(g_strdup_vprintf()): new function returning a newly allocated string
containing the contents of *format and associated args (size is
calculated with g_printf_string_upper_bound()).
(g_strdup_printf): new function which wraps g_strdup_vprintf().
* configure.in: check for va_copy() or __va_copy() alternatively.
check whether va_lists can be copyied by value.
* glib.h: provide a definition for G_VA_COPY.
* glib.h:
* gmessages.c:
(g_logv):
(g_vsnprintf):
pass va_lists by value, not by reference, since this causes problems
on platforms that implement va_list as as arrays. internaly, use
G_VA_COPY (new_arg, org_arg); va_end (new_arg); to produce a second
va_list variable, if multiple passes are required. changed all
callers.
* glib.h:
* gerror.h:
renamed g_debug() to g_on_error_query(), cleaned up a bit.
renamed g_stack_trace() to g_on_error_stack_trace() since both
functions cluttered different namespaces.
there is an appropriate comment in glib.h now that explains the
unix and gdb specific dependencies of both functions.
removed g_attach_process().
g_on_error_stack_trace() should probably be handled with caution,
i've seem several different linux versions (2.0.x) become unstable
after invokation of this function.
1998-08-18: Elliot Lee <sopwith@redhat.com>
. In gmem.c, add the ability to exclude memory chunks from the
......
Mon Aug 24 02:08:56 1998 Tim Janik <timj@gtk.org>
* glib.h:
* gstring.c:
* gstrfuncs.c:
(g_vsprintf): removed this function which was not publically
exported in glib.h. to export it, it should have been named
differently in the first place, since its semantics differ from
vsprintf(). apart from that, it was a possible cause for
problems since it worked on a previously allocated memory area and
was used in a lot places of glib. exporting it would have been a
guararant for problems with threaded programs.
(g_printf_string_upper_bound): exported this function to return
a string size, guarranteed to be big enough to hold the fully
expanded format+args string. added 'q', 'L' and 'll' flag handling.
in fact, the newly allocated area is in most cases much bigger than
required.
(g_strdup_vprintf()): new function returning a newly allocated string
containing the contents of *format and associated args (size is
calculated with g_printf_string_upper_bound()).
(g_strdup_printf): new function which wraps g_strdup_vprintf().
* configure.in: check for va_copy() or __va_copy() alternatively.
check whether va_lists can be copyied by value.
* glib.h: provide a definition for G_VA_COPY.
* glib.h:
* gmessages.c:
(g_logv):
(g_vsnprintf):
pass va_lists by value, not by reference, since this causes problems
on platforms that implement va_list as as arrays. internaly, use
G_VA_COPY (new_arg, org_arg); va_end (new_arg); to produce a second
va_list variable, if multiple passes are required. changed all
callers.
* glib.h:
* gerror.h:
renamed g_debug() to g_on_error_query(), cleaned up a bit.
renamed g_stack_trace() to g_on_error_stack_trace() since both
functions cluttered different namespaces.
there is an appropriate comment in glib.h now that explains the
unix and gdb specific dependencies of both functions.
removed g_attach_process().
g_on_error_stack_trace() should probably be handled with caution,
i've seem several different linux versions (2.0.x) become unstable
after invokation of this function.
1998-08-18: Elliot Lee <sopwith@redhat.com>
. In gmem.c, add the ability to exclude memory chunks from the
......
Mon Aug 24 02:08:56 1998 Tim Janik <timj@gtk.org>
* glib.h:
* gstring.c:
* gstrfuncs.c:
(g_vsprintf): removed this function which was not publically
exported in glib.h. to export it, it should have been named
differently in the first place, since its semantics differ from
vsprintf(). apart from that, it was a possible cause for
problems since it worked on a previously allocated memory area and
was used in a lot places of glib. exporting it would have been a
guararant for problems with threaded programs.
(g_printf_string_upper_bound): exported this function to return
a string size, guarranteed to be big enough to hold the fully
expanded format+args string. added 'q', 'L' and 'll' flag handling.
in fact, the newly allocated area is in most cases much bigger than
required.
(g_strdup_vprintf()): new function returning a newly allocated string
containing the contents of *format and associated args (size is
calculated with g_printf_string_upper_bound()).
(g_strdup_printf): new function which wraps g_strdup_vprintf().
* configure.in: check for va_copy() or __va_copy() alternatively.
check whether va_lists can be copyied by value.
* glib.h: provide a definition for G_VA_COPY.
* glib.h:
* gmessages.c:
(g_logv):
(g_vsnprintf):
pass va_lists by value, not by reference, since this causes problems
on platforms that implement va_list as as arrays. internaly, use
G_VA_COPY (new_arg, org_arg); va_end (new_arg); to produce a second
va_list variable, if multiple passes are required. changed all
callers.
* glib.h:
* gerror.h:
renamed g_debug() to g_on_error_query(), cleaned up a bit.
renamed g_stack_trace() to g_on_error_stack_trace() since both
functions cluttered different namespaces.
there is an appropriate comment in glib.h now that explains the
unix and gdb specific dependencies of both functions.
removed g_attach_process().
g_on_error_stack_trace() should probably be handled with caution,
i've seem several different linux versions (2.0.x) become unstable
after invokation of this function.
1998-08-18: Elliot Lee <sopwith@redhat.com>
. In gmem.c, add the ability to exclude memory chunks from the
......
Mon Aug 24 02:08:56 1998 Tim Janik <timj@gtk.org>
* glib.h:
* gstring.c:
* gstrfuncs.c:
(g_vsprintf): removed this function which was not publically
exported in glib.h. to export it, it should have been named
differently in the first place, since its semantics differ from
vsprintf(). apart from that, it was a possible cause for
problems since it worked on a previously allocated memory area and
was used in a lot places of glib. exporting it would have been a
guararant for problems with threaded programs.
(g_printf_string_upper_bound): exported this function to return
a string size, guarranteed to be big enough to hold the fully
expanded format+args string. added 'q', 'L' and 'll' flag handling.
in fact, the newly allocated area is in most cases much bigger than
required.
(g_strdup_vprintf()): new function returning a newly allocated string
containing the contents of *format and associated args (size is
calculated with g_printf_string_upper_bound()).
(g_strdup_printf): new function which wraps g_strdup_vprintf().
* configure.in: check for va_copy() or __va_copy() alternatively.
check whether va_lists can be copyied by value.
* glib.h: provide a definition for G_VA_COPY.
* glib.h:
* gmessages.c:
(g_logv):
(g_vsnprintf):
pass va_lists by value, not by reference, since this causes problems
on platforms that implement va_list as as arrays. internaly, use
G_VA_COPY (new_arg, org_arg); va_end (new_arg); to produce a second
va_list variable, if multiple passes are required. changed all
callers.
* glib.h:
* gerror.h:
renamed g_debug() to g_on_error_query(), cleaned up a bit.
renamed g_stack_trace() to g_on_error_stack_trace() since both
functions cluttered different namespaces.
there is an appropriate comment in glib.h now that explains the
unix and gdb specific dependencies of both functions.
removed g_attach_process().
g_on_error_stack_trace() should probably be handled with caution,
i've seem several different linux versions (2.0.x) become unstable
after invokation of this function.
1998-08-18: Elliot Lee <sopwith@redhat.com>
. In gmem.c, add the ability to exclude memory chunks from the
......
Mon Aug 24 02:08:56 1998 Tim Janik <timj@gtk.org>
* glib.h:
* gstring.c:
* gstrfuncs.c:
(g_vsprintf): removed this function which was not publically
exported in glib.h. to export it, it should have been named
differently in the first place, since its semantics differ from
vsprintf(). apart from that, it was a possible cause for
problems since it worked on a previously allocated memory area and
was used in a lot places of glib. exporting it would have been a
guararant for problems with threaded programs.
(g_printf_string_upper_bound): exported this function to return
a string size, guarranteed to be big enough to hold the fully
expanded format+args string. added 'q', 'L' and 'll' flag handling.
in fact, the newly allocated area is in most cases much bigger than
required.
(g_strdup_vprintf()): new function returning a newly allocated string
containing the contents of *format and associated args (size is
calculated with g_printf_string_upper_bound()).
(g_strdup_printf): new function which wraps g_strdup_vprintf().
* configure.in: check for va_copy() or __va_copy() alternatively.
check whether va_lists can be copyied by value.
* glib.h: provide a definition for G_VA_COPY.
* glib.h:
* gmessages.c:
(g_logv):
(g_vsnprintf):
pass va_lists by value, not by reference, since this causes problems
on platforms that implement va_list as as arrays. internaly, use
G_VA_COPY (new_arg, org_arg); va_end (new_arg); to produce a second
va_list variable, if multiple passes are required. changed all
callers.
* glib.h:
* gerror.h:
renamed g_debug() to g_on_error_query(), cleaned up a bit.
renamed g_stack_trace() to g_on_error_stack_trace() since both
functions cluttered different namespaces.
there is an appropriate comment in glib.h now that explains the
unix and gdb specific dependencies of both functions.
removed g_attach_process().
g_on_error_stack_trace() should probably be handled with caution,
i've seem several different linux versions (2.0.x) become unstable
after invokation of this function.
1998-08-18: Elliot Lee <sopwith@redhat.com>
. In gmem.c, add the ability to exclude memory chunks from the
......
Mon Aug 24 02:08:56 1998 Tim Janik <timj@gtk.org>
* glib.h:
* gstring.c:
* gstrfuncs.c:
(g_vsprintf): removed this function which was not publically
exported in glib.h. to export it, it should have been named
differently in the first place, since its semantics differ from
vsprintf(). apart from that, it was a possible cause for
problems since it worked on a previously allocated memory area and
was used in a lot places of glib. exporting it would have been a
guararant for problems with threaded programs.
(g_printf_string_upper_bound): exported this function to return
a string size, guarranteed to be big enough to hold the fully
expanded format+args string. added 'q', 'L' and 'll' flag handling.
in fact, the newly allocated area is in most cases much bigger than
required.
(g_strdup_vprintf()): new function returning a newly allocated string
containing the contents of *format and associated args (size is
calculated with g_printf_string_upper_bound()).
(g_strdup_printf): new function which wraps g_strdup_vprintf().
* configure.in: check for va_copy() or __va_copy() alternatively.
check whether va_lists can be copyied by value.
* glib.h: provide a definition for G_VA_COPY.
* glib.h:
* gmessages.c:
(g_logv):
(g_vsnprintf):
pass va_lists by value, not by reference, since this causes problems
on platforms that implement va_list as as arrays. internaly, use
G_VA_COPY (new_arg, org_arg); va_end (new_arg); to produce a second
va_list variable, if multiple passes are required. changed all
callers.
* glib.h:
* gerror.h:
renamed g_debug() to g_on_error_query(), cleaned up a bit.
renamed g_stack_trace() to g_on_error_stack_trace() since both
functions cluttered different namespaces.
there is an appropriate comment in glib.h now that explains the
unix and gdb specific dependencies of both functions.
removed g_attach_process().
g_on_error_stack_trace() should probably be handled with caution,
i've seem several different linux versions (2.0.x) become unstable
after invokation of this function.
1998-08-18: Elliot Lee <sopwith@redhat.com>
. In gmem.c, add the ability to exclude memory chunks from the
......
Mon Aug 24 02:08:56 1998 Tim Janik <timj@gtk.org>
* glib.h:
* gstring.c:
* gstrfuncs.c:
(g_vsprintf): removed this function which was not publically
exported in glib.h. to export it, it should have been named
differently in the first place, since its semantics differ from
vsprintf(). apart from that, it was a possible cause for
problems since it worked on a previously allocated memory area and
was used in a lot places of glib. exporting it would have been a
guararant for problems with threaded programs.
(g_printf_string_upper_bound): exported this function to return
a string size, guarranteed to be big enough to hold the fully
expanded format+args string. added 'q', 'L' and 'll' flag handling.
in fact, the newly allocated area is in most cases much bigger than
required.
(g_strdup_vprintf()): new function returning a newly allocated string
containing the contents of *format and associated args (size is
calculated with g_printf_string_upper_bound()).
(g_strdup_printf): new function which wraps g_strdup_vprintf().
* configure.in: check for va_copy() or __va_copy() alternatively.
check whether va_lists can be copyied by value.
* glib.h: provide a definition for G_VA_COPY.
* glib.h:
* gmessages.c:
(g_logv):
(g_vsnprintf):
pass va_lists by value, not by reference, since this causes problems
on platforms that implement va_list as as arrays. internaly, use
G_VA_COPY (new_arg, org_arg); va_end (new_arg); to produce a second
va_list variable, if multiple passes are required. changed all
callers.
* glib.h:
* gerror.h:
renamed g_debug() to g_on_error_query(), cleaned up a bit.
renamed g_stack_trace() to g_on_error_stack_trace() since both
functions cluttered different namespaces.
there is an appropriate comment in glib.h now that explains the
unix and gdb specific dependencies of both functions.
removed g_attach_process().
g_on_error_stack_trace() should probably be handled with caution,
i've seem several different linux versions (2.0.x) become unstable
after invokation of this function.
1998-08-18: Elliot Lee <sopwith@redhat.com>
. In gmem.c, add the ability to exclude memory chunks from the
......
Mon Aug 24 02:08:56 1998 Tim Janik <timj@gtk.org>
* glib.h:
* gstring.c:
* gstrfuncs.c:
(g_vsprintf): removed this function which was not publically
exported in glib.h. to export it, it should have been named
differently in the first place, since its semantics differ from
vsprintf(). apart from that, it was a possible cause for
problems since it worked on a previously allocated memory area and
was used in a lot places of glib. exporting it would have been a
guararant for problems with threaded programs.
(g_printf_string_upper_bound): exported this function to return
a string size, guarranteed to be big enough to hold the fully
expanded format+args string. added 'q', 'L' and 'll' flag handling.
in fact, the newly allocated area is in most cases much bigger than
required.
(g_strdup_vprintf()): new function returning a newly allocated string
containing the contents of *format and associated args (size is
calculated with g_printf_string_upper_bound()).
(g_strdup_printf): new function which wraps g_strdup_vprintf().
* configure.in: check for va_copy() or __va_copy() alternatively.
check whether va_lists can be copyied by value.
* glib.h: provide a definition for G_VA_COPY.
* glib.h:
* gmessages.c:
(g_logv):
(g_vsnprintf):
pass va_lists by value, not by reference, since this causes problems
on platforms that implement va_list as as arrays. internaly, use
G_VA_COPY (new_arg, org_arg); va_end (new_arg); to produce a second
va_list variable, if multiple passes are required. changed all
callers.
* glib.h:
* gerror.h:
renamed g_debug() to g_on_error_query(), cleaned up a bit.
renamed g_stack_trace() to g_on_error_stack_trace() since both
functions cluttered different namespaces.
there is an appropriate comment in glib.h now that explains the
unix and gdb specific dependencies of both functions.
removed g_attach_process().
g_on_error_stack_trace() should probably be handled with caution,
i've seem several different linux versions (2.0.x) become unstable
after invokation of this function.
1998-08-18: Elliot Lee <sopwith@redhat.com>
. In gmem.c, add the ability to exclude memory chunks from the
......
......@@ -2,7 +2,14 @@ Overview of Changes in GLib 1.1.3:
* New library gmodule included which basically wraps dlopen() facilities.
* New g_log() mechanism for logging of messages at different log levels,
associated with certain log domains.
associated with certain log domains (define -DG_LOG_DOMAIN for your module).
* New inline functions for bit masks tests.
* GNode functions now return the newly allocated node.
* New macro G_VA_COPY() to work around va_list copying oddities on some
platforms. the non-static g_vsprintf() function vanished in favour of
a publically exported g_strdup_vprintf().
* New utility functions for string and printf-like format handling .
* Lotsa bug fixes and cleanups as always ;)
Overview of Changes in GLib 1.1.2:
......
......@@ -62,6 +62,9 @@
#undef SIZEOF_INT
#undef SIZEOF_VOID_P
#undef G_VA_COPY
#undef G_VA_COPY_AS_ARRAY
#undef GLIB_MAJOR_VERSION
#undef GLIB_MINOR_VERSION
#undef GLIB_MICRO_VERSION
......
......@@ -222,6 +222,87 @@ if test $gtk_ok = no; then
fi
AC_MSG_RESULT($gtk_ok)
dnl **********************
dnl *** va_copy checks ***
dnl **********************
dnl we currently check for all three cases, so we get all results in config.log
AC_MSG_CHECKING(for an implementation of va_copy())
AC_CACHE_VAL(glib_cv_va_copy,[
AC_TRY_RUN([
#include <stdarg.h>
void f (int i, ...) {
va_list args1, args2;
va_start (args1, i);
va_copy (args2, args1);
if (va_arg (args2, int) != 42 || va_arg (args1, int) != 42)
exit (1);
va_end (args1); va_end (args2);
}
int main() {
f (0, 42);
return 0;
}],
glib_cv_va_copy=yes
,
glib_cv_va_copy=no
,)
])
AC_MSG_RESULT($glib_cv_va_copy)
AC_MSG_CHECKING(for an implementation of __va_copy())
AC_CACHE_VAL(glib_cv___va_copy,[
AC_TRY_RUN([
#include <stdarg.h>
void f (int i, ...) {
va_list args1, args2;
va_start (args1, i);
__va_copy (args2, args1);
if (va_arg (args2, int) != 42 || va_arg (args1, int) != 42)
exit (1);
va_end (args1); va_end (args2);
}
int main() {
f (0, 42);
return 0;
}],
glib_cv___va_copy=yes
,
glib_cv___va_copy=no
,)
])
AC_MSG_RESULT($glib_cv___va_copy)
AC_MSG_CHECKING(whether va_lists can be copied by value)
AC_CACHE_VAL(glib_cv_va_val_copy,[
AC_TRY_RUN([
#include <stdarg.h>
void f (int i, ...) {
va_list args1, args2;
va_start (args1, i);
args2 = args1;
if (va_arg (args2, int) != 42 || va_arg (args1, int) != 42)
exit (1);
va_end (args1); va_end (args2);
}
int main() {
f (0, 42);
return 0;
}],
glib_cv_va_val_copy=yes
,
glib_cv_va_val_copy=no
,)
])
if test "x$glib_cv_va_copy" = "xyes"; then
AC_DEFINE(G_VA_COPY, va_copy)
else if test "x$glib_cv___va_copy" = "xyes"; then
AC_DEFINE(G_VA_COPY, __va_copy)
fi
fi
if test "x$glib_cv_va_val_copy" = "xno"; then
AC_DEFINE(G_VA_COPY_AS_ARRAY)
fi
AC_MSG_RESULT($glib_cv_va_val_copy)
dnl ***********************
dnl *** g_module checks ***
dnl ***********************
......
......@@ -36,9 +36,6 @@
#include <string.h> /* for bzero on BSD systems */
#endif
#define INTERACTIVE 0
#define STACK_TRACE 1
#ifndef NO_FD_SET
# define SELECT_MASK fd_set
......@@ -54,104 +51,105 @@
#endif
static int do_query (char *prompt);
static void debug (const gchar *progname, int method);
static void stack_trace (char **);
static void stack_trace_sigchld (int);
static void stack_trace (char **args);
static int stack_trace_done;
extern volatile gboolean glib_on_error_halt;
volatile gboolean glib_on_error_halt = TRUE;
void
g_debug (const gchar *progname)
g_on_error_query (const gchar *prg_name)
{
char buf[32];
fprintf (stdout, "[n]othing, [e]xit, [s]tack trace, [a]ttach to process: ");
static const gchar *query1 = "[E]xit, [H]alt";
static const gchar *query2 = ", show [S]tack trace";
static const gchar *query3 = " or [P]roceed";
gchar buf[16];
if (!prg_name)
prg_name = g_get_prgname ();
retry:
if (prg_name)
fprintf (stdout,
"%s (pid:%u): %s%s%s: ",
prg_name,
(guint) getpid (),
query1,
query2,
query3);
else
fprintf (stdout,
"(process:%u): %s%s: ",
(guint) getpid (),
query1,
query3);
fflush (stdout);
fgets (buf, 32, stdin);
if (strcmp (buf, "n\n") == 0)
fgets (buf, 8, stdin);
if ((buf[0] == 'E' || buf[0] == 'e')
&& buf[1] == '\n')
_exit (0);
else if ((buf[0] == 'P' || buf[0] == 'p')
&& buf[1] == '\n')
return;
else if (strcmp (buf, "s\n") == 0)
debug (progname, STACK_TRACE);
else if (strcmp (buf, "a\n") == 0)
debug (progname, INTERACTIVE);
else if (prg_name
&& (buf[0] == 'S' || buf[0] == 's')
&& buf[1] == '\n')
{
g_on_error_stack_trace (prg_name);
goto retry;
}
else if ((buf[0] == 'H' || buf[0] == 'h')
&& buf[1] == '\n')
{
while (glib_on_error_halt)
;
glib_on_error_halt = TRUE;
return;
}
else
exit (0);
}
void
g_attach_process (const gchar *progname,
gboolean query)
{
if (!query || do_query ("attach to process"))
debug (progname, INTERACTIVE);
goto retry;
}
void
g_stack_trace (const gchar *progname,
gboolean query)
{
if (!query || do_query ("print stack trace"))
debug (progname, STACK_TRACE);
}
static int
do_query (char *prompt)
{
char buf[32];
fprintf (stdout, "%s (y/n) ", prompt);
fflush (stdout);
fgets (buf, 32, stdin);
if ((strcmp (buf, "yes\n") == 0) ||
(strcmp (buf, "y\n") == 0) ||
(strcmp (buf, "YES\n") == 0) ||
(strcmp (buf, "Y\n") == 0))
return TRUE;
return FALSE;
}
static void
debug (const char *progname,
int method)
g_on_error_stack_trace (const gchar *prg_name)
{
pid_t pid;
char buf[16];
char *args[4] = { "gdb", NULL, NULL, NULL };
volatile int x;
gchar buf[16];
gchar *args[4] = { "gdb", NULL, NULL, NULL };
if (!prg_name)
return;
sprintf (buf, "%d", (int) getpid ());
sprintf (buf, "%u", (guint) getpid ());
args[1] = (gchar*) progname;
args[1] = (gchar*) prg_name;
args[2] = buf;
switch (method)
pid = fork ();
if (pid == 0)
{
case INTERACTIVE:
fprintf (stdout, "pid: %s\n", buf);
break;
case STACK_TRACE:
pid = fork ();
if (pid == 0)
{
stack_trace (args);
_exit (0);
}
else if (pid == (pid_t) -1)
{
perror ("could not fork");
return;
}
break;
stack_trace (args);
_exit (0);
}
x = 1;
while (x)
else if (pid == (pid_t) -1)
{
perror ("unable to fork gdb");
return;
}
while (glib_on_error_halt)
;
glib_on_error_halt = TRUE;
}
static gboolean stack_trace_done = FALSE;
static void
stack_trace_sigchld (int signum)
{
stack_trace_done = TRUE;
}
static void
......@@ -167,12 +165,12 @@ stack_trace (char **args)
char buffer[256];
char c;
stack_trace_done = 0;
stack_trace_done = FALSE;
signal (SIGCHLD, stack_trace_sigchld);
if ((pipe (in_fd) == -1) || (pipe (out_fd) == -1))
{
perror ("could open pipe");
perror ("unable to open pipe");
_exit (0);
}
......@@ -189,7 +187,7 @@ stack_trace (char **args)
}
else if (pid == (pid_t) -1)
{
perror ("could not fork");
perror ("unable to fork");
_exit (0);
}
......@@ -252,9 +250,3 @@ stack_trace (char **args)
close (out_fd[1]);
_exit (0);
}
static void
stack_trace_sigchld (int signum)
{
stack_trace_done = 1;
}
......@@ -36,9 +36,6 @@