ptrace single-stepping change breaks Wine
dan at debian.org
Thu Dec 30 23:36:18 CST 2004
On Thu, Dec 30, 2004 at 03:17:01PM -0800, Linus Torvalds wrote:
> On Thu, 30 Dec 2004, Daniel Jacobowitz wrote:
> > does not look right to me. Before, we'd get an 0x80|SIGTRAP result
> > from wait. Now, you've moved the 0x80 to live only inside the siginfo.
> > This is accessible to the debugger via ptrace, but only very recently
> > (late 2.5.x). So this will probably break users of PT_TRACESYSGOOD.
> I don't see how to easily emulate the old behaviour 100% - see
> ptrace_notify. We always sent the signal SIGTRAP to the process, and then
> set "exit_code" tp have the 0x80 marker by calling ptrace_stop() by hand.
> However, if we make it a real signal (which we need to do to get the
> continue semantics right), we no longer have that out-of-band info
> available to us.
> We could make "get_signal_to_deliver()" pass in some other exit_code to
> ptrace_stop() than just signr. It would have to pick it up from the
> siginfo structure, but then we'd have to make sure that _other_ signal
> users do that properly..
> Patches/suggestions welcome.
Well, you put SIGTRAP|0x80 in si_code. Coincidentally, 0x80 is
SI_KERNEL. So testing for SI_KERNEL | 0x80 is probably OK in the
signal path, since most of its other arbitrary values would be either
negative or not include SI_KERNEL.
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