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+/* Table of DBX symbol codes for the GNU system.
+ Copyright (C) 1988, 1991 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
+
+This program 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 of the License, or
+(at your option) any later version.
+
+This program 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 this program; if not, write to the Free Software
+Foundation, Inc., 675 Mass Ave, Cambridge, MA 02139, USA. */
+
+/* New stab from Solaris 2. This uses an n_type of 0, which in a.out files
+ overlaps the N_UNDF used for ordinary symbols. In ELF files, the
+ debug information is in a different file section, so there is no conflict.
+ This symbol's n_value gives the size of the string section associated
+ with this file. The symbol's n_strx (relative to the just-updated
+ string section start address) gives the name of the source file,
+ e.g. "foo.c", without any path information. The symbol's n_desc gives
+ the count of upcoming symbols associated with this file (not including
+ this one). */
+/* __define_stab (N_UNDF, 0x00, "UNDF") */
+
+/* Global variable. Only the name is significant.
+ To find the address, look in the corresponding external symbol. */
+__define_stab (N_GSYM, 0x20, "GSYM")
+
+/* Function name for BSD Fortran. Only the name is significant.
+ To find the address, look in the corresponding external symbol. */
+__define_stab (N_FNAME, 0x22, "FNAME")
+
+/* Function name or text-segment variable for C. Value is its address.
+ Desc is supposedly starting line number, but GCC doesn't set it
+ and DBX seems not to miss it. */
+__define_stab (N_FUN, 0x24, "FUN")
+
+/* Data-segment variable with internal linkage. Value is its address.
+ "Static Sym". */
+__define_stab (N_STSYM, 0x26, "STSYM")
+
+/* BSS-segment variable with internal linkage. Value is its address. */
+__define_stab (N_LCSYM, 0x28, "LCSYM")
+
+/* Name of main routine. Only the name is significant. */
+__define_stab (N_MAIN, 0x2a, "MAIN")
+
+/* Solaris2: Read-only data symbols. */
+__define_stab (N_ROSYM, 0x2c, "ROSYM")
+
+/* Global symbol in Pascal.
+ Supposedly the value is its line number; I'm skeptical. */
+__define_stab (N_PC, 0x30, "PC")
+
+/* Number of symbols: 0, files,,funcs,lines according to Ultrix V4.0. */
+__define_stab (N_NSYMS, 0x32, "NSYMS")
+
+/* "No DST map for sym: name, ,0,type,ignored" according to Ultrix V4.0. */
+__define_stab (N_NOMAP, 0x34, "NOMAP")
+
+/* New stab from Solaris 2. Like N_SO, but for the object file. Two in
+ a row provide the build directory and the relative path of the .o from it.
+ Solaris2 uses this to avoid putting the stabs info into the linked
+ executable; this stab goes into the ".stab.index" section, and the debugger
+ reads the real stabs directly from the .o files instead. */
+__define_stab (N_OBJ, 0x38, "OBJ")
+
+/* New stab from Solaris 2. Options for the debugger, related to the
+ source language for this module. E.g. whether to use ANSI
+ integral promotions or traditional integral promotions. */
+__define_stab (N_OPT, 0x3c, "OPT")
+
+/* Register variable. Value is number of register. */
+__define_stab (N_RSYM, 0x40, "RSYM")
+
+/* Modula-2 compilation unit. Can someone say what info it contains? */
+__define_stab (N_M2C, 0x42, "M2C")
+
+/* Line number in text segment. Desc is the line number;
+ value is corresponding address. On Solaris2, the line number is
+ relative to the start of the current function. */
+__define_stab (N_SLINE, 0x44, "SLINE")
+
+/* Similar, for data segment. */
+__define_stab (N_DSLINE, 0x46, "DSLINE")
+
+/* Similar, for bss segment. */
+__define_stab (N_BSLINE, 0x48, "BSLINE")
+
+/* Sun's source-code browser stabs. ?? Don't know what the fields are.
+ Supposedly the field is "path to associated .cb file". THIS VALUE
+ OVERLAPS WITH N_BSLINE! */
+__define_stab (N_BROWS, 0x48, "BROWS")
+
+/* GNU Modula-2 definition module dependency. Value is the modification time
+ of the definition file. Other is non-zero if it is imported with the
+ GNU M2 keyword %INITIALIZE. Perhaps N_M2C can be used if there
+ are enough empty fields? */
+__define_stab(N_DEFD, 0x4a, "DEFD")
+
+/* New in Solaris2. Function start/body/end line numbers. */
+__define_stab(N_FLINE, 0x4C, "FLINE")
+
+/* THE FOLLOWING TWO STAB VALUES CONFLICT. Happily, one is for Modula-2
+ and one is for C++. Still,... */
+/* GNU C++ exception variable. Name is variable name. */
+__define_stab (N_EHDECL, 0x50, "EHDECL")
+/* Modula2 info "for imc": name,,0,0,0 according to Ultrix V4.0. */
+__define_stab (N_MOD2, 0x50, "MOD2")
+
+/* GNU C++ `catch' clause. Value is its address. Desc is nonzero if
+ this entry is immediately followed by a CAUGHT stab saying what exception
+ was caught. Multiple CAUGHT stabs means that multiple exceptions
+ can be caught here. If Desc is 0, it means all exceptions are caught
+ here. */
+__define_stab (N_CATCH, 0x54, "CATCH")
+
+/* Structure or union element. Value is offset in the structure. */
+__define_stab (N_SSYM, 0x60, "SSYM")
+
+/* Solaris2: Last stab emitted for module. */
+__define_stab (N_ENDM, 0x62, "ENDM")
+
+/* Name of main source file.
+ Value is starting text address of the compilation.
+ If multiple N_SO's appear, the first to contain a trailing / is the
+ compilation directory. The first to not contain a trailing / is the
+ source file name, relative to the compilation directory. Others (perhaps
+ resulting from cfront) are ignored.
+ On Solaris2, value is undefined, but desc is a source-language code. */
+
+__define_stab (N_SO, 0x64, "SO")
+
+/* Automatic variable in the stack. Value is offset from frame pointer.
+ Also used for type descriptions. */
+__define_stab (N_LSYM, 0x80, "LSYM")
+
+/* Beginning of an include file. Only Sun uses this.
+ In an object file, only the name is significant.
+ The Sun linker puts data into some of the other fields. */
+__define_stab (N_BINCL, 0x82, "BINCL")
+
+/* Name of sub-source file (#include file).
+ Value is starting text address of the compilation. */
+__define_stab (N_SOL, 0x84, "SOL")
+
+/* Parameter variable. Value is offset from argument pointer.
+ (On most machines the argument pointer is the same as the frame pointer. */
+__define_stab (N_PSYM, 0xa0, "PSYM")
+
+/* End of an include file. No name.
+ This and N_BINCL act as brackets around the file's output.
+ In an object file, there is no significant data in this entry.
+ The Sun linker puts data into some of the fields. */
+__define_stab (N_EINCL, 0xa2, "EINCL")
+
+/* Alternate entry point. Value is its address. */
+__define_stab (N_ENTRY, 0xa4, "ENTRY")
+
+/* Beginning of lexical block.
+ The desc is the nesting level in lexical blocks.
+ The value is the address of the start of the text for the block.
+ The variables declared inside the block *precede* the N_LBRAC symbol.
+ On Solaris2, the value is relative to the start of the current function. */
+__define_stab (N_LBRAC, 0xc0, "LBRAC")
+
+/* Place holder for deleted include file. Replaces a N_BINCL and everything
+ up to the corresponding N_EINCL. The Sun linker generates these when
+ it finds multiple identical copies of the symbols from an include file.
+ This appears only in output from the Sun linker. */
+__define_stab (N_EXCL, 0xc2, "EXCL")
+
+/* Modula-2 scope information. Can someone say what info it contains? */
+__define_stab (N_SCOPE, 0xc4, "SCOPE")
+
+/* End of a lexical block. Desc matches the N_LBRAC's desc.
+ The value is the address of the end of the text for the block.
+ On Solaris2, the value is relative to the start of the current function. */
+__define_stab (N_RBRAC, 0xe0, "RBRAC")
+
+/* Begin named common block. Only the name is significant. */
+__define_stab (N_BCOMM, 0xe2, "BCOMM")
+
+/* End named common block. Only the name is significant
+ (and it should match the N_BCOMM). */
+__define_stab (N_ECOMM, 0xe4, "ECOMM")
+
+/* Member of a common block; value is offset within the common block.
+ This should occur within a BCOMM/ECOMM pair. */
+__define_stab (N_ECOML, 0xe8, "ECOML")
+
+/* Solaris2: Pascal "with" statement: type,,0,0,offset */
+__define_stab (N_WITH, 0xea, "WITH")
+
+/* These STAB's are used on Gould systems for Non-Base register symbols
+ or something like that. FIXME. I have assigned the values at random
+ since I don't have a Gould here. Fixups from Gould folk welcome... */
+__define_stab (N_NBTEXT, 0xF0, "NBTEXT")
+__define_stab (N_NBDATA, 0xF2, "NBDATA")
+__define_stab (N_NBBSS, 0xF4, "NBBSS")
+__define_stab (N_NBSTS, 0xF6, "NBSTS")
+__define_stab (N_NBLCS, 0xF8, "NBLCS")
+
+/* Second symbol entry containing a length-value for the preceding entry.
+ The value is the length. */
+__define_stab (N_LENG, 0xfe, "LENG")
+
+/* The above information, in matrix format.
+
+ STAB MATRIX
+ _________________________________________________
+ | 00 - 1F are not dbx stab symbols |
+ | In most cases, the low bit is the EXTernal bit|
+
+ | 00 UNDEF | 02 ABS | 04 TEXT | 06 DATA |
+ | 01 |EXT | 03 |EXT | 05 |EXT | 07 |EXT |
+
+ | 08 BSS | 0A INDR | 0C FN_SEQ | 0E |
+ | 09 |EXT | 0B | 0D | 0F |
+
+ | 10 | 12 COMM | 14 SETA | 16 SETT |
+ | 11 | 13 | 15 | 17 |
+
+ | 18 SETD | 1A SETB | 1C SETV | 1E WARNING|
+ | 19 | 1B | 1D | 1F FN |
+
+ |_______________________________________________|
+ | Debug entries with bit 01 set are unused. |
+ | 20 GSYM | 22 FNAME | 24 FUN | 26 STSYM |
+ | 28 LCSYM | 2A MAIN | 2C ROSYM | 2E |
+ | 30 PC | 32 NSYMS | 34 NOMAP | 36 |
+ | 38 OBJ | 3A | 3C OPT | 3E |
+ | 40 RSYM | 42 M2C | 44 SLINE | 46 DSLINE |
+ | 48 BSLINE*| 4A DEFD | 4C FLINE | 4E |
+ | 50 EHDECL*| 52 | 54 CATCH | 56 |
+ | 58 | 5A | 5C | 5E |
+ | 60 SSYM | 62 ENDM | 64 SO | 66 |
+ | 68 | 6A | 6C | 6E |
+ | 70 | 72 | 74 | 76 |
+ | 78 | 7A | 7C | 7E |
+ | 80 LSYM | 82 BINCL | 84 SOL | 86 |
+ | 88 | 8A | 8C | 8E |
+ | 90 | 92 | 94 | 96 |
+ | 98 | 9A | 9C | 9E |
+ | A0 PSYM | A2 EINCL | A4 ENTRY | A6 |
+ | A8 | AA | AC | AE |
+ | B0 | B2 | B4 | B6 |
+ | B8 | BA | BC | BE |
+ | C0 LBRAC | C2 EXCL | C4 SCOPE | C6 |
+ | C8 | CA | CC | CE |
+ | D0 | D2 | D4 | D6 |
+ | D8 | DA | DC | DE |
+ | E0 RBRAC | E2 BCOMM | E4 ECOMM | E6 |
+ | E8 ECOML | EA WITH | EC | EE |
+ | F0 | F2 | F4 | F6 |
+ | F8 | FA | FC | FE LENG |
+ +-----------------------------------------------+
+ * 50 EHDECL is also MOD2.
+ * 48 BSLINE is also BROWS.
+ */