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-//===-- MICmdCmdGdbSet.h ----------------------------------------*- C++ -*-===//
-//
-// Part of the LLVM Project, under the Apache License v2.0 with LLVM Exceptions.
-// See https://llvm.org/LICENSE.txt for license information.
-// SPDX-License-Identifier: Apache-2.0 WITH LLVM-exception
-//
-//===----------------------------------------------------------------------===//
-
-// Overview: CMICmdCmdGdbSet interface.
-//
-// To implement new MI commands, derive a new command class from
-// the command base
-// class. To enable the new command for interpretation add the new
-// command class
-// to the command factory. The files of relevance are:
-// MICmdCommands.cpp
-// MICmdBase.h / .cpp
-// MICmdCmd.h / .cpp
-// For an introduction to adding a new command see
-// CMICmdCmdSupportInfoMiCmdQuery
-// command class as an example.
-
-#pragma once
-
-// In-house headers:
-#include "MICmdBase.h"
-
-//++
-//============================================================================
-// Details: MI command class. MI commands derived from the command base class.
-// *this class implements MI command "gdb-set".
-// This command does not follow the MI documentation exactly. While
-// *this
-// command is implemented it does not do anything with the gdb-set
-// variable past in.
-// The design of matching the info request to a request action (or
-// command) is very simple. The request function which carries out
-// the task of information gathering and printing to stdout is part of
-// *this class. Should the request function become more complicated
-// then
-// that request should really reside in a command type class. Then this
-// class instantiates a request info command for a matching request.
-// The
-// design/code of *this class then does not then become bloated. Use a
-// lightweight version of the current MI command system.
-//--
-class CMICmdCmdGdbSet : public CMICmdBase {
- // Statics:
-public:
- // Required by the CMICmdFactory when registering *this command
- static CMICmdBase *CreateSelf();
-
- // Methods:
-public:
- /* ctor */ CMICmdCmdGdbSet();
-
- // Overridden:
-public:
- // From CMICmdInvoker::ICmd
- bool Execute() override;
- bool Acknowledge() override;
- bool ParseArgs() override;
- // From CMICmnBase
- /* dtor */ ~CMICmdCmdGdbSet() override;
-
- // Typedefs:
-private:
- typedef bool (CMICmdCmdGdbSet::*FnGdbOptionPtr)(
- const CMIUtilString::VecString_t &vrWords);
- typedef std::map<CMIUtilString, FnGdbOptionPtr>
- MapGdbOptionNameToFnGdbOptionPtr_t;
-
- // Methods:
-private:
- bool GetOptionFn(const CMIUtilString &vrGdbOptionName,
- FnGdbOptionPtr &vrwpFn) const;
- bool OptionFnTargetAsync(const CMIUtilString::VecString_t &vrWords);
- bool OptionFnPrint(const CMIUtilString::VecString_t &vrWords);
- bool OptionFnSolibSearchPath(const CMIUtilString::VecString_t &vrWords);
- bool OptionFnOutputRadix(const CMIUtilString::VecString_t &vrWords);
- bool OptionFnDisassemblyFlavor(const CMIUtilString::VecString_t &vrWords);
- bool OptionFnBreakpoint(const CMIUtilString::VecString_t &vrWords);
- bool OptionFnFallback(const CMIUtilString::VecString_t &vrWords);
-
- // Attributes:
-private:
- const static MapGdbOptionNameToFnGdbOptionPtr_t
- ms_mapGdbOptionNameToFnGdbOptionPtr;
- //
- const CMIUtilString m_constStrArgNamedGdbOption;
- bool m_bGdbOptionRecognised; // True = This command has a function with a name
- // that matches the Print argument, false = not
- // found
- bool m_bGdbOptionFnSuccessful; // True = The print function completed its task
- // ok, false = function failed for some reason
- bool m_bGbbOptionFnHasError; // True = The option function has an error
- // condition (not the command!), false = option
- // function ok.
- CMIUtilString m_strGdbOptionName;
- CMIUtilString m_strGdbOptionFnError;
-};