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Gud.el Update - Improved Java Debugging Support for Emacs version 20


From: Zoltan Kemenczy
Subject: Gud.el Update - Improved Java Debugging Support for Emacs version 20
Date: Sun, 11 Nov 2001 14:57:14 -0500

Note: this is compatible with Emacs version 20, I plan to post a similar update for
version 21 once I've merged the changes.
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Major Improvements
 
- Search for source files using jdb classpath and class
  information. Faster startup since there is no need to scan all
  source files up front. There is also no need to create and maintain
  lists of source directories to scan.
 
- Supports new jdb (Java 1.2 and later) in addition to oldjdb
  (Java 1.1 jdb).
 
- Supports the standard breakpoint (gud-break, gud-clear)
  set/clear operations from java source files under the classpath, stack
  traversal (gud-up, gud-down), and run until current stack finish
  (gud-finish).
 
- The previous method of searching for source files has been
  preserved. Set gud-jdb-use-classpath to nil.
 
Added Customization Variables
 
- gud-jdb-command-name.  What command line to use to invoke jdb.
 
- gud-jdb-use-classpath. Allows selection of java source file searching
  method: set to t for new method, nil to scan gud-jdb-directories for
  java sources (previous method).
 
- gud-jdb-directories. List of directories to scan and search for java
  classes using the original gud-jdb method (if gud-jdb-use-classpath
  is nil).
 
Minor Improvements
 
- Do not allow debugger output history variable to grow without bounds.

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;;; gud.el --- Grand Unified Debugger mode for running GDB and other debuggers
 
;; Author: Eric S. Raymond <address@hidden>
;; Maintainer: FSF
;; Keywords: unix, tools
 
;; Copyright (C) 1992, 93, 94, 95, 96, 1998 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
 
;; This file is part of GNU Emacs.
 
;; GNU Emacs 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, or (at your option)
;; any later version.
 
;; GNU Emacs 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 GNU Emacs; see the file COPYING.  If not, write to the
;; Free Software Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330,
;; Boston, MA 02111-1307, USA.
 
;;; Commentary:
 
;; The ancestral gdb.el was by W. Schelter <address@hidden>
;; It was later rewritten by rms.  Some ideas were due to Masanobu.
;; Grand Unification (sdb/dbx support) by Eric S. Raymond <address@hidden>
;; The overloading code was then rewritten by Barry Warsaw <address@hidden>,
;; who also hacked the mode to use comint.el.  Shane Hartman <address@hidden>
;; added support for xdb (HPUX debugger).  Rick Sladkey <address@hidden>
;; wrote the GDB command completion code.  Dave Love <address@hidden>
;; added the IRIX kluge, re-implemented the Mips-ish variant and added
;; a menu. Brian D. Carlstrom <address@hidden> combined the IRIX kluge with
;; the gud-xdb-directories hack producing gud-dbx-directories.  Derek L. Davies
;; <address@hidden> added support for jdb (Java debugger.)
 
;;; Code:
 
(require 'comint)
(require 'etags)
 
;; ======================================================================
;; GUD commands must be visible in C buffers visited by GUD
 
(defgroup gud nil
  "Grand Unified Debugger mode for gdb and other debuggers under Emacs.
Supported debuggers include gdb, sdb, dbx, xdb, perldb, pdb (Python), and jdb."
  :group 'unix
  :group 'tools)
 

(defcustom gud-key-prefix "\C-x\C-a"
  "Prefix of all GUD commands valid in C buffers."
  :type 'string
  :group 'gud)
 
(global-set-key (concat gud-key-prefix "\C-l") 'gud-refresh)
(define-key ctl-x-map " " 'gud-break) ;; backward compatibility hack
 
(defvar gud-marker-filter nil)
(put 'gud-marker-filter 'permanent-local t)
(defvar gud-find-file nil)
(put 'gud-find-file 'permanent-local t)
 
(defun gud-marker-filter (&rest args)
  (apply gud-marker-filter args))
 
(defun gud-find-file (file)
  ;; Don't get confused by double slashes in the name that comes from GDB.
  (while (string-match "//+" file)
    (setq file (replace-match "/" t t file)))
  (funcall gud-find-file file))
 
;; Keymap definitions for menu bar entries common to all debuggers and
;; slots for debugger-dependent ones in sensible places.  (Defined here
;; before use.)
(defvar gud-menu-map (make-sparse-keymap "Gud") nil)
(define-key gud-menu-map [refresh] '("Refresh" . gud-refresh))
(define-key gud-menu-map [remove] '("Remove Breakpoint" . gud-remove))
(define-key gud-menu-map [tbreak] nil) ; gdb, sdb and xdb
(define-key gud-menu-map [break] '("Set Breakpoint" . gud-break))
(define-key gud-menu-map [up] nil) ; gdb, dbx, and xdb
(define-key gud-menu-map [down] nil) ; gdb, dbx, and xdb
(define-key gud-menu-map [print] '("Print _expression_" . gud-print))
(define-key gud-menu-map [finish] nil) ; gdb or xdb
(define-key gud-menu-map [stepi] '("Step Instruction" . gud-stepi))
(define-key gud-menu-map [step] '("Step Line" . gud-step))
(define-key gud-menu-map [next] '("Next Line" . gud-next))
(define-key gud-menu-map [cont] '("Continue" . gud-cont))

;; ======================================================================
;; command definition
 
;; This macro is used below to define some basic debugger interface commands.
;; Of course you may use `gud-def' with any other debugger command, including
;; user defined ones.
 
;; A macro call like (gud-def FUNC NAME KEY DOC) expands to a form
;; which defines FUNC to send the command NAME to the debugger, gives
;; it the docstring DOC, and binds that function to KEY in the GUD
;; major mode.  The function is also bound in the global keymap with the
;; GUD prefix.
 
(defmacro gud-def (func cmd key &optional doc)
  "Define FUNC to be a command sending STR and bound to KEY, with
optional doc string DOC.  Certain %-escapes in the string arguments
are interpreted specially if present.  These are:
 
  %f name (without directory) of current source file.
  %F name (without directory or extension) of current source file.
  %d directory of current source file.
  %l number of current source line
  %e text of the C lvalue or function-call _expression_ surrounding point.
  %a text of the hexadecimal address surrounding point
  %p prefix argument to the command (if any) as a number
 
  The `current' source file is the file of the current buffer (if
we're in a C file) or the source file current at the last break or
step (if we're in the GUD buffer).
  The `current' line is that of the current buffer (if we're in a
source file) or the source line number at the last break or step (if
we're in the GUD buffer)."
  (list 'progn
 (list 'defun func '(arg)
       (or doc "")
       '(interactive "p")
       (list 'gud-call cmd 'arg))
 (if key
     (list 'define-key
    '(current-local-map)
    (concat "\C-c" key)
    (list 'quote func)))
 (if key
     (list 'global-set-key
    (list 'concat 'gud-key-prefix key)
    (list 'quote func)))))
 
;; Where gud-display-frame should put the debugging arrow; a cons of
;; (filename . line-number).  This is set by the marker-filter, which scans
;; the debugger's output for indications of the current program counter.
(defvar gud-last-frame nil)
 
;; Used by gud-refresh, which should cause gud-display-frame to redisplay
;; the last frame, even if it's been called before and gud-last-frame has
;; been set to nil.
(defvar gud-last-last-frame nil)
 
;; All debugger-specific information is collected here.
;; Here's how it works, in case you ever need to add a debugger to the mode.
;;
;; Each entry must define the following at startup:
;;
;;<name>
;; comint-prompt-regexp
;; gud-<name>-massage-args
;; gud-<name>-marker-filter
;; gud-<name>-find-file
;;
;; The job of the massage-args method is to modify the given list of
;; debugger arguments before running the debugger.
;;
;; The job of the marker-filter method is to detect file/line markers in
;; strings and set the global gud-last-frame to indicate what display
;; action (if any) should be triggered by the marker.  Note that only
;; whatever the method *returns* is displayed in the buffer; thus, you
;; can filter the debugger's output, interpreting some and passing on
;; the rest.
;;
;; The job of the find-file method is to visit and return the buffer indicated
;; by the car of gud-tag-frame.  This may be a file name, a tag name, or
;; something else.  It would be good if it also copied the Gud menubar entry.

;; ======================================================================
;; speedbar support functions and variables.
(eval-when-compile (require 'speedbar))
 
(defvar gud-last-speedbar-buffer nil
  "The last GUD buffer used.")
 
(defvar gud-last-speedbar-stackframe nil
  "Description of the currently displayed GUD stack.
t means that there is no stack, and we are in display-file mode.")
 
(defvar gud-speedbar-key-map nil
  "Keymap used when in the buffers display mode.")
 
(defun gud-install-speedbar-variables ()
  "Install those variables used by speedbar to enhance gud/gdb."
  (if gud-speedbar-key-map
      nil
    (setq gud-speedbar-key-map (speedbar-make-specialized-keymap))
 
    (define-key gud-speedbar-key-map "j" 'speedbar-edit-line)
    (define-key gud-speedbar-key-map "e" 'speedbar-edit-line)
    (define-key gud-speedbar-key-map "\C-m" 'speedbar-edit-line)))
 
(defvar gud-speedbar-menu-items
  ;; Note to self.  Add expand, and turn off items when not available.
  '(["Jump to stack frame" speedbar-edit-line t])
  "Additional menu items to add the the speedbar frame.")
 
;; Make sure our special speedbar mode is loaded
(if (featurep 'speedbar)
    (gud-install-speedbar-variables)
  (add-hook 'speedbar-load-hook 'gud-install-speedbar-variables))
 
(defun gud-speedbar-buttons (buffer)
  "Create a speedbar display based on the current state of GUD.
If the GUD BUFFER is not running a supported debugger, then turn
off the specialized speedbar mode."
  (if (and (save-excursion (goto-char (point-min))
      (looking-at "Current Stack"))
    (equal gud-last-last-frame gud-last-speedbar-stackframe))
      nil
    (setq gud-last-speedbar-buffer buffer)
    (let* ((ff (save-excursion (set-buffer buffer) gud-find-file))
    ;;(lf (save-excursion (set-buffer buffer) gud-last-last-frame))
    (frames
     (cond ((eq ff 'gud-gdb-find-file)
     (gud-gdb-get-stackframe buffer)
     )
    ;; Add more debuggers here!
    (t
     (speedbar-remove-localized-speedbar-support buffer)
     nil))))
      (erase-buffer)
      (if (not frames)
   (insert "No Stack frames\n")
 (insert "Current Stack:\n"))
      (while frames
 (insert (nth 1 (car frames)) ":\n")
 (if (= (length (car frames)) 2)
     (progn
;       (speedbar-insert-button "[?]"
;          'speedbar-button-face
;          nil nil nil t)
       (speedbar-insert-button (car (car frames))
          'speedbar-directory-face
          nil nil nil t))
;   (speedbar-insert-button "[+]"
;      'speedbar-button-face
;      'speedbar-highlight-face
;      'gud-gdb-get-scope-data
;      (car frames) t)
   (speedbar-insert-button (car (car frames))
      'speedbar-file-face
      'speedbar-highlight-face
      (cond ((eq ff 'gud-gdb-find-file)
      'gud-gdb-goto-stackframe)
     (t (error "Should never be here.")))
      (car frames) t))
 (setq frames (cdr frames)))
;      (let ((selected-frame
;      (cond ((eq ff 'gud-gdb-find-file)
;      (gud-gdb-selected-frame-info buffer))
;     (t (error "Should never be here."))))))
      )
    (setq gud-last-speedbar-stackframe gud-last-last-frame)))
 

;; ======================================================================
;; gdb functions
 
;;; History of argument lists passed to gdb.
(defvar gud-gdb-history nil)
 
(defun gud-gdb-massage-args (file args)
  (cons "-fullname" args))
 
(defvar gud-gdb-marker-regexp
  ;; This used to use path-separator instead of ":";
  ;; however, we found that on both Windows 32 and MSDOS
  ;; a colon is correct here.
  (concat "\032\032\\(.:?[^" ":" "\n]*\\)" ":"
   "\\([0-9]*\\)" ":" ".*\n"))
 
;; There's no guarantee that Emacs will hand the filter the entire
;; marker at once; it could be broken up across several strings.  We
;; might even receive a big chunk with several markers in it.  If we
;; receive a chunk of text which looks like it might contain the
;; beginning of a marker, we save it here between calls to the
;; filter.
(defvar gud-marker-acc "")
(make-variable-buffer-local 'gud-marker-acc)
 
(defun gud-gdb-marker-filter (string)
  (setq gud-marker-acc (concat gud-marker-acc string))
  (let ((output ""))
 
    ;; Process all the complete markers in this chunk.
    (while (string-match gud-gdb-marker-regexp gud-marker-acc)
      (setq
 
       ;; Extract the frame position from the marker.
       gud-last-frame
       (cons (substring gud-marker-acc (match-beginning 1) (match-end 1))
      (string-to-int (substring gud-marker-acc
           (match-beginning 2)
           (match-end 2))))
 
       ;; Append any text before the marker to the output we're going
       ;; to return - we don't include the marker in this text.
       output (concat output
        (substring gud-marker-acc 0 (match-beginning 0)))
 
       ;; Set the accumulator to the remaining text.
       gud-marker-acc (substring gud-marker-acc (match-end 0))))
 
    ;; Does the remaining text look like it might end with the
    ;; beginning of another marker?  If it does, then keep it in
    ;; gud-marker-acc until we receive the rest of it.  Since we
    ;; know the full marker regexp above failed, it's pretty simple to
    ;; test for marker starts.
    (if (string-match "\032.*\\'" gud-marker-acc)
 (progn
   ;; Everything before the potential marker start can be output.
   (setq output (concat output (substring gud-marker-acc
       0 (match-beginning 0))))
 
   ;; Everything after, we save, to combine with later input.
   (setq gud-marker-acc
  (substring gud-marker-acc (match-beginning 0))))
 
      (setq output (concat output gud-marker-acc)
     gud-marker-acc ""))
 
    output))
 
(defun gud-gdb-find-file (f)
  (save-excursion
    (let ((buf (find-file-noselect f)))
      (set-buffer buf)
      (gud-make-debug-menu)
      (local-set-key [menu-bar debug tbreak]
       '("Temporary Breakpoint" . gud-tbreak))
      (local-set-key [menu-bar debug finish] '("Finish Function" . gud-finish))
      (local-set-key [menu-bar debug up] '("Up Stack" . gud-up))
      (local-set-key [menu-bar debug down] '("Down Stack" . gud-down))
      buf)))
 
(defvar gdb-minibuffer-local-map nil
  "Keymap for minibuffer prompting of gdb startup command.")
(if gdb-minibuffer-local-map
    ()
  (setq gdb-minibuffer-local-map (copy-keymap minibuffer-local-map))
  (define-key
    gdb-minibuffer-local-map "\C-i" 'comint-dynamic-complete-filename))
 
;;;###autoload
(defun gdb (command-line)
  "Run gdb on program FILE in buffer *gud-FILE*.
The directory containing FILE becomes the initial working directory
and source-file directory for your debugger."
  (interactive
   (list (read-from-minibuffer "Run gdb (like this): "
          (if (consp gud-gdb-history)
       (car gud-gdb-history)
     "gdb ")
          gdb-minibuffer-local-map nil
          '(gud-gdb-history . 1))))
 
  (gud-common-init command-line 'gud-gdb-massage-args
     'gud-gdb-marker-filter 'gud-gdb-find-file)
 
  (gud-def gud-break  "break %f:%l"  "\C-b" "Set breakpoint at current line.")
  (gud-def gud-tbreak "tbreak %f:%l" "\C-t" "Set temporary breakpoint at current line.")
  (gud-def gud-remove "clear %f:%l"  "\C-d" "Remove breakpoint at current line")
  (gud-def gud-step   "step %p"      "\C-s" "Step one source line with display.")
  (gud-def gud-stepi  "stepi %p"     "\C-i" "Step one instruction with display.")
  (gud-def gud-next   "next %p"      "\C-n" "Step one line (skip functions).")
  (gud-def gud-cont   "cont"         "\C-r" "Continue with display.")
  (gud-def gud-finish "finish"       "\C-f" "Finish executing current function.")
  (gud-def gud-up     "up %p"        "<" "Up N stack frames (numeric arg).")
  (gud-def gud-down   "down %p"      ">" "Down N stack frames (numeric arg).")
  (gud-def gud-print  "print %e"     "\C-p" "Evaluate C _expression_ at point.")
 
  (local-set-key "\C-i" 'gud-gdb-complete-command)
  (local-set-key [menu-bar debug tbreak] '("Temporary Breakpoint" . gud-tbreak))
  (local-set-key [menu-bar debug finish] '("Finish Function" . gud-finish))
  (local-set-key [menu-bar debug up] '("Up Stack" . gud-up))
  (local-set-key [menu-bar debug down] '("Down Stack" . gud-down))
  (setq comint-prompt-regexp "^(.*gdb[+]?) *")
  (setq paragraph-start comint-prompt-regexp)
  (run-hooks 'gdb-mode-hook)
  )
 
;; One of the nice features of GDB is its impressive support for
;; context-sensitive command completion.  We preserve that feature
;; in the GUD buffer by using a GDB command designed just for Emacs.
 
;; The completion process filter indicates when it is finished.
(defvar gud-gdb-complete-in-progress)
 
;; Since output may arrive in fragments we accumulate partials strings here.
(defvar gud-gdb-complete-string)
 
;; We need to know how much of the completion to chop off.
(defvar gud-gdb-complete-break)
 
;; The completion list is constructed by the process filter.
(defvar gud-gdb-complete-list)
 
(defvar gud-comint-buffer nil)
 
(defun gud-gdb-complete-command ()
  "Perform completion on the GDB command preceding point.
This is implemented using the GDB `complete' command which isn't
available with older versions of GDB."
  (interactive)
  (let* ((end (point))
  (command (save-excursion
      (beginning-of-line)
      (and (looking-at comint-prompt-regexp)
    (goto-char (match-end 0)))
      (buffer-substring (point) end)))
  command-word)
    ;; Find the word break.  This match will always succeed.
    (string-match "\\(\\`\\| \\)\\([^ ]*\\)\\'" command)
    (setq gud-gdb-complete-break (match-beginning 2)
   command-word (substring command gud-gdb-complete-break))
    ;; Temporarily install our filter function.
    (let ((gud-marker-filter 'gud-gdb-complete-filter))
      ;; Issue the command to GDB.
      (gud-basic-call (concat "complete " command))
      (setq gud-gdb-complete-in-progress t
     gud-gdb-complete-string nil
     gud-gdb-complete-list nil)
      ;; Slurp the output.
      (while gud-gdb-complete-in-progress
 (accept-process-output (get-buffer-process gud-comint-buffer))))
    ;; Protect against old versions of GDB.
    (and gud-gdb-complete-list
  (string-match "^Undefined command: \"complete\""
         (car gud-gdb-complete-list))
  (error "This version of GDB doesn't support the `complete' command."))
    ;; Sort the list like readline.
    (setq gud-gdb-complete-list
   (sort gud-gdb-complete-list (function string-lessp)))
    ;; Remove duplicates.
    (let ((first gud-gdb-complete-list)
   (second (cdr gud-gdb-complete-list)))
      (while second
 (if (string-equal (car first) (car second))
     (setcdr first (setq second (cdr second)))
   (setq first second
  second (cdr second)))))
    ;; Add a trailing single quote if there is a unique completion
    ;; and it contains an odd number of unquoted single quotes.
    (and (= (length gud-gdb-complete-list) 1)
  (let ((str (car gud-gdb-complete-list))
        (pos 0)
        (count 0))
    (while (string-match "\\([^'\\]\\|\\\\'\\)*'" str pos)
      (setq count (1+ count)
     pos (match-end 0)))
    (and (= (mod count 2) 1)
  (setq gud-gdb-complete-list (list (concat str "'"))))))
    ;; Let comint handle the rest.
    (comint-dynamic-simple-complete command-word gud-gdb-complete-list)))
 
;; The completion process filter is installed temporarily to slurp the
;; output of GDB up to the next prompt and build the completion list.
(defun gud-gdb-complete-filter (string)
  (setq string (concat gud-gdb-complete-string string))
  (while (string-match "\n" string)
    (setq gud-gdb-complete-list
   (cons (substring string gud-gdb-complete-break (match-beginning 0))
  gud-gdb-complete-list))
    (setq string (substring string (match-end 0))))
  (if (string-match comint-prompt-regexp string)
      (progn
 (setq gud-gdb-complete-in-progress nil)
 string)
    (progn
      (setq gud-gdb-complete-string string)
      "")))
 
;; gdb speedbar functions
 
(defun gud-gdb-goto-stackframe (text token indent)
  "Goto the stackframe described by TEXT, TOKEN, and INDENT."
  (speedbar-with-attached-buffer
   (gud-basic-call (concat "frame " (nth 1 token)))
   (sit-for 1)))
 
(defvar gud-gdb-fetched-stack-frame nil
  "Stack frames we are fetching from GDB.")
 
(defvar gud-gdb-fetched-stack-frame-list nil
  "List of stack frames we are fetching from GDB.")
 
;(defun gud-gdb-get-scope-data (text token indent)
;  ;; checkdoc-params: (indent)
;  "Fetch data associated with a stack frame, and expand/contract it.
;Data to do this is retrieved from TEXT and TOKEN."
;  (let ((args nil) (scope nil))
;    (gud-gdb-run-command-fetch-lines "info args")
;
;    (gud-gdb-run-command-fetch-lines "info local")
;
;    ))
 
(defun gud-gdb-get-stackframe (buffer)
  "Extract the current stack frame out of the GUD GDB BUFFER."
  (let ((newlst nil)
 (gud-gdb-fetched-stack-frame-list nil))
    (gud-gdb-run-command-fetch-lines "backtrace" buffer)
    (if (and (car gud-gdb-fetched-stack-frame-list)
      (string-match "No stack" (car gud-gdb-fetched-stack-frame-list)))
 ;; Go into some other mode???
 nil
      (while gud-gdb-fetched-stack-frame-list
 (let ((e (car gud-gdb-fetched-stack-frame-list))
       (name nil) (num nil))
   (if (not (or
      (string-match "^#\\([0-9]+\\) +[0-9a-fx]+ in \\([:0-9a-zA-Z_]+\\) (" e)
      (string-match "^#\\([0-9]+\\) +\\([:0-9a-zA-Z_]+\\) (" e)))
       (if (not (string-match
   "at \\([-0-9a-zA-Z_.]+\\):\\([0-9]+\\)$" e))
    nil
  (setcar newlst
   (list (nth 0 (car newlst))
         (nth 1 (car newlst))
         (match-string 1 e)
         (match-string 2 e))))
     (setq num (match-string 1 e)
    name (match-string 2 e))
     (setq newlst
    (cons
     (if (string-match
   "at \\([-0-9a-zA-Z_.]+\\):\\([0-9]+\\)$" e)
         (list name num (match-string 1 e)
        (match-string 2 e))
       (list name num))
     newlst))))
 (setq gud-gdb-fetched-stack-frame-list
       (cdr gud-gdb-fetched-stack-frame-list)))
      (nreverse newlst))))
 
;(defun gud-gdb-selected-frame-info (buffer)
;  "Learn GDB information for the currently selected stack frame in BUFFER."
;  )
 
(defun gud-gdb-run-command-fetch-lines (command buffer)
  "Run COMMAND, and return when `gud-gdb-fetched-stack-frame-list' is full.
BUFFER is the GUD buffer in which to run the command."
  (save-excursion
    (set-buffer buffer)
    (if (save-excursion
   (goto-char (point-max))
   (beginning-of-line)
   (not (looking-at comint-prompt-regexp)))
 nil
      ;; Much of this copied from GDB complete, but I'm grabbing the stack
      ;; frame instead.
      (let ((gud-marker-filter 'gud-gdb-speedbar-stack-filter))
 ;; Issue the command to GDB.
 (gud-basic-call command)
 (setq gud-gdb-complete-in-progress t ;; use this flag for our purposes.
       gud-gdb-complete-string nil
       gud-gdb-complete-list nil)
 ;; Slurp the output.
 (while gud-gdb-complete-in-progress
   (accept-process-output (get-buffer-process gud-comint-buffer)))
 (setq gud-gdb-fetched-stack-frame nil
       gud-gdb-fetched-stack-frame-list
       (nreverse gud-gdb-fetched-stack-frame-list))))))
 
(defun gud-gdb-speedbar-stack-filter (string)
  ;; checkdoc-params: (string)
  "Filter used to read in the current GDB stack."
  (setq string (concat gud-gdb-fetched-stack-frame string))
  (while (string-match "\n" string)
    (setq gud-gdb-fetched-stack-frame-list
   (cons (substring string 0 (match-beginning 0))
  gud-gdb-fetched-stack-frame-list))
    (setq string (substring string (match-end 0))))
  (if (string-match comint-prompt-regexp string)
      (progn
 (setq gud-gdb-complete-in-progress nil)
 string)
    (progn
      (setq gud-gdb-complete-string string)
      "")))
 

;; ======================================================================
;; sdb functions
 
;;; History of argument lists passed to sdb.
(defvar gud-sdb-history nil)
 
(defvar gud-sdb-needs-tags (not (file-exists-p "/var"))
  "If nil, we're on a System V Release 4 and don't need the tags hack.")
 
(defvar gud-sdb-lastfile nil)
 
(defun gud-sdb-massage-args (file args) args)
 
(defun gud-sdb-marker-filter (string)
  (setq gud-marker-acc
 (if gud-marker-acc (concat gud-marker-acc string) string))
  (let (start)
    ;; Process all complete markers in this chunk
    (while
 (cond
  ;; System V Release 3.2 uses this format
  ((string-match "\\(^\\|\n\\)\\*?\\(0x\\w* in \\)?\\([^:\n]*\\):\\([0-9]*\\):.*\n"
   gud-marker-acc start)
   (setq gud-last-frame
  (cons
   (substring gud-marker-acc (match-beginning 3) (match-end 3))
   (string-to-int
    (substring gud-marker-acc (match-beginning 4) (match-end 4))))))
  ;; System V Release 4.0 quite often clumps two lines together
  ((string-match "^\\(BREAKPOINT\\|STEPPED\\) process [0-9]+ function [^ ]+ in \\(.+\\)\n\\([0-9]+\\):"
   gud-marker-acc start)
   (setq gud-sdb-lastfile
  (substring gud-marker-acc (match-beginning 2) (match-end 2)))
   (setq gud-last-frame
  (cons
   gud-sdb-lastfile
   (string-to-int
    (substring gud-marker-acc (match-beginning 3) (match-end 3))))))
  ;; System V Release 4.0
  ((string-match "^\\(BREAKPOINT\\|STEPPED\\) process [0-9]+ function [^ ]+ in \\(.+\\)\n"
   gud-marker-acc start)
   (setq gud-sdb-lastfile
  (substring gud-marker-acc (match-beginning 2) (match-end 2))))
  ((and gud-sdb-lastfile (string-match "^\\([0-9]+\\):"
           gud-marker-acc start))
        (setq gud-last-frame
       (cons
        gud-sdb-lastfile
        (string-to-int
         (substring gud-marker-acc (match-beginning 1) (match-end 1))))))
  (t
   (setq gud-sdb-lastfile nil)))
      (setq start (match-end 0)))
 
    ;; Search for the last incomplete line in this chunk
    (while (string-match "\n" gud-marker-acc start)
      (setq start (match-end 0)))
 
    ;; If we have an incomplete line, store it in gud-marker-acc.
    (setq gud-marker-acc (substring gud-marker-acc (or start 0))))
  string)
 
(defun gud-sdb-find-file (f)
  (save-excursion
    (let ((buf (if gud-sdb-needs-tags
     (find-tag-noselect f)
   (find-file-noselect f))))
      (set-buffer buf)
      (gud-make-debug-menu)
      (local-set-key [menu-bar debug tbreak] '("Temporary Breakpoint" . gud-tbreak))
      buf)))
 
;;;###autoload
(defun sdb (command-line)
  "Run sdb on program FILE in buffer *gud-FILE*.
The directory containing FILE becomes the initial working directory
and source-file directory for your debugger."
  (interactive
   (list (read-from-minibuffer "Run sdb (like this): "
          (if (consp gud-sdb-history)
       (car gud-sdb-history)
     "sdb ")
          nil nil
          '(gud-sdb-history . 1))))
  (if (and gud-sdb-needs-tags
    (not (and (boundp 'tags-file-name)
       (stringp tags-file-name)
       (file-exists-p tags-file-name))))
      (error "The sdb support requires a valid tags table to work."))
 
  (gud-common-init command-line 'gud-sdb-massage-args
     'gud-sdb-marker-filter 'gud-sdb-find-file)
 
  (gud-def gud-break  "%l b" "\C-b"   "Set breakpoint at current line.")
  (gud-def gud-tbreak "%l c" "\C-t"   "Set temporary breakpoint at current line.")
  (gud-def gud-remove "%l d" "\C-d"   "Remove breakpoint at current line")
  (gud-def gud-step   "s %p" "\C-s"   "Step one source line with display.")
  (gud-def gud-stepi  "i %p" "\C-i"   "Step one instruction with display.")
  (gud-def gud-next   "S %p" "\C-n"   "Step one line (skip functions).")
  (gud-def gud-cont   "c"    "\C-r"   "Continue with display.")
  (gud-def gud-print  "%e/"  "\C-p"   "Evaluate C _expression_ at point.")
 
  (setq comint-prompt-regexp  "\\(^\\|\n\\)\\*")
  (setq paragraph-start comint-prompt-regexp)
  (local-set-key [menu-bar debug tbreak]
    '("Temporary Breakpoint" . gud-tbreak))
  (run-hooks 'sdb-mode-hook)
  )

;; ======================================================================
;; dbx functions
 
;;; History of argument lists passed to dbx.
(defvar gud-dbx-history nil)
 
(defcustom gud-dbx-directories nil
  "*A list of directories that dbx should search for source code.
If nil, only source files in the program directory
will be known to dbx.
 
The file names should be absolute, or relative to the directory
containing the executable being debugged."
  :type '(choice (const :tag "Current Directory" nil)
   (repeat :value ("")
    directory))
  :group 'gud)
 
(defun gud-dbx-massage-args (file args)
  (nconc (let ((directories gud-dbx-directories)
        (result nil))
    (while directories
      (setq result (cons (car directories) (cons "-I" result)))
      (setq directories (cdr directories)))
    (nreverse result))
  args))
 
(defun gud-dbx-file-name (f)
  "Transform a relative file name to an absolute file name, for dbx."
  (let ((result nil))
    (if (file-exists-p f)
        (setq result (expand-file-name f))
      (let ((directories gud-dbx-directories))
        (while directories
          (let ((path (concat (car directories) "/" f)))
            (if (file-exists-p path)
                (setq result (expand-file-name path)
                      directories nil)))
          (setq directories (cdr directories)))))
    result))
 
(defun gud-dbx-marker-filter (string)
  (setq gud-marker-acc (if gud-marker-acc (concat gud-marker-acc string) string))
 
  (let (start)
    ;; Process all complete markers in this chunk.
    (while (or (string-match
  "stopped in .* at line \\([0-9]*\\) in file \"\\([^\"]*\\)\""
  gud-marker-acc start)
        (string-match
  "signal .* in .* at line \\([0-9]*\\) in file \"\\([^\"]*\\)\""
  gud-marker-acc start))
      (setq gud-last-frame
     (cons
      (substring gud-marker-acc (match-beginning 2) (match-end 2))
      (string-to-int
       (substring gud-marker-acc (match-beginning 1) (match-end 1))))
     start (match-end 0)))
 
    ;; Search for the last incomplete line in this chunk
    (while (string-match "\n" gud-marker-acc start)
      (setq start (match-end 0)))
 
    ;; If the incomplete line APPEARS to begin with another marker, keep it
    ;; in the accumulator.  Otherwise, clear the accumulator to avoid an
    ;; unnecessary concat during the next call.
    (setq gud-marker-acc
   (if (string-match "\\(stopped\\|signal\\)" gud-marker-acc start)
       (substring gud-marker-acc (match-beginning 0))
     nil)))
  string)
 
;; Functions for Mips-style dbx.  Given the option `-emacs', documented in
;; OSF1, not necessarily elsewhere, it produces markers similar to gdb's.
(defvar gud-mips-p
  (or (string-match "^mips-[^-]*-ultrix" system-configuration)
      ;; We haven't tested gud on this system:
      (string-match "^mips-[^-]*-riscos" system-configuration)
      ;; It's documented on OSF/1.3
      (string-match "^mips-[^-]*-osf1" system-configuration)
      (string-match "^alpha[^-]*-[^-]*-osf" system-configuration))
  "Non-nil to assume the MIPS/OSF dbx conventions (argument `-emacs').")
 
(defun gud-mipsdbx-massage-args (file args)
  (cons "-emacs" args))
 
;; This is just like the gdb one except for the regexps since we need to cope
;; with an optional breakpoint number in [] before the ^Z^Z
(defun gud-mipsdbx-marker-filter (string)
  (setq gud-marker-acc (concat gud-marker-acc string))
  (let ((output ""))
 
    ;; Process all the complete markers in this chunk.
    (while (string-match
     ;; This is like th gdb marker but with an optional
     ;; leading break point number like `[1] '
     "[][ 0-9]*\032\032\\([^:\n]*\\):\\([0-9]*\\):.*\n"
     gud-marker-acc)
      (setq
 
       ;; Extract the frame position from the marker.
       gud-last-frame
       (cons (substring gud-marker-acc (match-beginning 1) (match-end 1))
      (string-to-int (substring gud-marker-acc
           (match-beginning 2)
           (match-end 2))))
 
       ;; Append any text before the marker to the output we're going
       ;; to return - we don't include the marker in this text.
       output (concat output
        (substring gud-marker-acc 0 (match-beginning 0)))
 
       ;; Set the accumulator to the remaining text.
       gud-marker-acc (substring gud-marker-acc (match-end 0))))
 
    ;; Does the remaining text look like it might end with the
    ;; beginning of another marker?  If it does, then keep it in
    ;; gud-marker-acc until we receive the rest of it.  Since we
    ;; know the full marker regexp above failed, it's pretty simple to
    ;; test for marker starts.
    (if (string-match "[][ 0-9]*\032.*\\'" gud-marker-acc)
 (progn
   ;; Everything before the potential marker start can be output.
   (setq output (concat output (substring gud-marker-acc
       0 (match-beginning 0))))
 
   ;; Everything after, we save, to combine with later input.
   (setq gud-marker-acc
  (substring gud-marker-acc (match-beginning 0))))
 
      (setq output (concat output gud-marker-acc)
     gud-marker-acc ""))
 
    output))
 
;; The dbx in IRIX is a pain.  It doesn't print the file name when
;; stopping at a breakpoint (but you do get it from the `up' and
;; `down' commands...).  The only way to extract the information seems
;; to be with a `file' command, although the current line number is
;; available in $curline.  Thus we have to look for output which
;; appears to indicate a breakpoint.  Then we prod the dbx sub-process
;; to output the information we want with a combination of the
;; `printf' and `file' commands as a pseudo marker which we can
;; recognise next time through the marker-filter.  This would be like
;; the gdb marker but you can't get the file name without a newline...
;; Note that gud-remove won't work since Irix dbx expects a breakpoint
;; number rather than a line number etc.  Maybe this could be made to
;; work by listing all the breakpoints and picking the one(s) with the
;; correct line number, but life's too short.
;;   address@hidden (Dave Love) can be blamed for this
 
(defvar gud-irix-p
  (and (string-match "^mips-[^-]*-irix" system-configuration)
       (not (string-match "irix[6-9]\\.[1-9]" system-configuration)))
  "Non-nil to assume the interface appropriate for IRIX dbx.
This works in IRIX 4, 5 and 6, but `gud-dbx-use-stopformat-p' provides
a better solution in 6.1 upwards.")
(defvar gud-dbx-use-stopformat-p
  (string-match "irix[6-9]\\.[1-9]" system-configuration)
  "Non-nil to use the dbx feature present at least from Irix 6.1
  whereby $stopformat=1 produces an output format compatiable with
  `gud-dbx-marker-filter'.")
;; [Irix dbx seems to be a moving target.  The dbx output changed
;; subtly sometime between OS v4.0.5 and v5.2 so that, for instance,
;; the output from `up' is no longer spotted by gud (and it's probably
;; not distinctive enough to try to match it -- use C-<, C->
;; exclusively) .  For 5.3 and 6.0, the $curline variable changed to
;; `long long'(why?!), so the printf stuff needed changing.  The line
;; number was cast to `long' as a compromise between the new `long
;; long' and the original `int'.  This is reported not to work in 6.2,
;; so it's changed back to int -- don't make your sources too long.
;; From Irix6.1 (but not 6.0?) dbx supports an undocumented feature
;; whereby `set $stopformat=1' reportedly produces output compatible
;; with `gud-dbx-marker-filter', which we prefer.
 
;; The process filter is also somewhat
;; unreliable, sometimes not spotting the markers; I don't know
;; whether there's anything that can be done about that.  It would be
;; much better if SGI could be persuaded to (re?)instate the MIPS
;; -emacs flag for gdb-like output (which ought to be possible as most
;; of the communication I've had over it has been from sgi.com).]
 
;; this filter is influenced by the xdb one rather than the gdb one
(defun gud-irixdbx-marker-filter (string)
  (let (result (case-fold-search nil))
    (if (or (string-match comint-prompt-regexp string)
     (string-match ".*\012" string))
 (setq result (concat gud-marker-acc string)
       gud-marker-acc "")
      (setq gud-marker-acc (concat gud-marker-acc string)))
    (if result
 (cond
  ;; look for breakpoint or signal indication e.g.:
  ;; [2] Process  1267 (pplot) stopped at [params:338 ,0x400ec0]
  ;; Process  1281 (pplot) stopped at [params:339 ,0x400ec8]
  ;; Process  1270 (pplot) Floating point exception [._read._read:16 ,0x452188]
  ((string-match
    "^\\(\\[[0-9]+] \\)?Process +[0-9]+ ([^)]*) [^[]+\\[[^]\n]*]\n"
    result)
   ;; prod dbx into printing out the line number and file
   ;; name in a form we can grok as below
   (process-send-string (get-buffer-process gud-comint-buffer)
          "printf \"\032\032%1d:\",(int)$curline;file\n"))
  ;; look for result of, say, "up" e.g.:
  ;; .pplot.pplot(0x800) ["src/pplot.f":261, 0x400c7c]
  ;; (this will also catch one of the lines printed by "where")
  ((string-match
    "^[^ ][^[]*\\[\"\\([^\"]+\\)\":\\([0-9]+\\), [^]]+]\n"
    result)
   (let ((file (substring result (match-beginning 1)
     (match-end 1))))
     (if (file-exists-p file)
  (setq gud-last-frame
        (cons
         (substring
   result (match-beginning 1) (match-end 1))
         (string-to-int
   (substring
    result (match-beginning 2) (match-end 2)))))))
   result)
  ((string-match   ; kluged-up marker as above
    "\032\032\\([0-9]*\\):\\(.*\\)\n" result)
   (let ((file (gud-dbx-file-name
         (substring result (match-beginning 2) (match-end 2)))))
     (if (and file (file-exists-p file))
  (setq gud-last-frame
        (cons
         file
         (string-to-int
   (substring
    result (match-beginning 1) (match-end 1)))))))
   (setq result (substring result 0 (match-beginning 0))))))
    (or result "")))
 
(defvar gud-dgux-p (string-match "-dgux" system-configuration)
  "Non-nil means to assume the interface approriate for DG/UX dbx.
This was tested using R4.11.")
 
;; There are a couple of differences between DG's dbx output and normal
;; dbx output which make it nontrivial to integrate this into the
;; standard dbx-marker-filter (mainly, there are a different number of
;; backreferences).  The markers look like:
;;
;;     (0) Stopped at line 10, routine main(argc=1, argv=0xeffff0e0), file t.c
;;
;; from breakpoints (the `(0)' there isn't constant, it's the breakpoint
;; number), and
;;
;;     Stopped at line 13, routine main(argc=1, argv=0xeffff0e0), file t.c
;;
;; from signals and
;;
;;     Frame 21, line 974, routine command_loop(), file keyboard.c
;;
;; from up/down/where.
 
(defun gud-dguxdbx-marker-filter (string)
  (setq gud-marker-acc (if gud-marker-acc
      (concat gud-marker-acc string)
    string))
  (let ((re (concat "^\\(\\(([0-9]+) \\)?Stopped at\\|Frame [0-9]+,\\)"
      " line \\([0-9]+\\), routine .*, file \\([^ \t\n]+\\)"))
 start)
    ;; Process all complete markers in this chunk.
    (while (string-match re gud-marker-acc start)
      (setq gud-last-frame
     (cons
      (substring gud-marker-acc (match-beginning 4) (match-end 4))
      (string-to-int (substring gud-marker-acc
           (match-beginning 3) (match-end 3))))
     start (match-end 0)))
 
    ;; Search for the last incomplete line in this chunk
    (while (string-match "\n" gud-marker-acc start)
      (setq start (match-end 0)))
 
    ;; If the incomplete line APPEARS to begin with another marker, keep it
    ;; in the accumulator.  Otherwise, clear the accumulator to avoid an
    ;; unnecessary concat during the next call.
    (setq gud-marker-acc
   (if (string-match "Stopped\\|Frame" gud-marker-acc start)
       (substring gud-marker-acc (match-beginning 0))
     nil)))
  string)
 
(defun gud-dbx-find-file (f)
  (save-excursion
    (let ((realf (gud-dbx-file-name f)))
      (if realf
   (let ((buf (find-file-noselect realf)))
     (set-buffer buf)
     (gud-make-debug-menu)
     (local-set-key [menu-bar debug up] '("Up Stack" . gud-up))
     (local-set-key [menu-bar debug down] '("Down Stack" . gud-down))
     buf)
 nil))))
 
;;;###autoload
(defun dbx (command-line)
  "Run dbx on program FILE in buffer *gud-FILE*.
The directory containing FILE becomes the initial working directory
and source-file directory for your debugger."
  (interactive
   (list (read-from-minibuffer "Run dbx (like this): "
          (if (consp gud-dbx-history)
       (car gud-dbx-history)
     "dbx ")
          nil nil
          '(gud-dbx-history . 1))))
 
  (cond
   (gud-mips-p
    (gud-common-init command-line 'gud-mipsdbx-massage-args
       'gud-mipsdbx-marker-filter 'gud-dbx-find-file))
   (gud-irix-p
    (gud-common-init command-line 'gud-dbx-massage-args
       'gud-irixdbx-marker-filter 'gud-dbx-find-file))
   (gud-dgux-p
    (gud-common-init command-line 'gud-dbx-massage-args
       'gud-dguxdbx-marker-filter 'gud-dbx-find-file))
   (t
    (gud-common-init command-line 'gud-dbx-massage-args
       'gud-dbx-marker-filter 'gud-dbx-find-file)))
 
  (cond
   (gud-mips-p
    (gud-def gud-up     "up %p"         "<" "Up (numeric arg) stack frames.")
    (gud-def gud-down   "down %p" ">" "Down (numeric arg) stack frames.")
    (gud-def gud-break "stop at \"%f\":%l"
      "\C-b" "Set breakpoint at current line.")
    (gud-def gud-finish "return"  "\C-f" "Finish executing current function."))
   (gud-irix-p
    (gud-def gud-break "stop at \"%d%f\":%l"
      "\C-b" "Set breakpoint at current line.")
    (gud-def gud-finish "return"  "\C-f" "Finish executing current function.")
    (gud-def gud-up     "up %p; printf \"\032\032%1d:\",(int)$curline;file\n"
      "<" "Up (numeric arg) stack frames.")
    (gud-def gud-down "down %p; printf \"\032\032%1d:\",(int)$curline;file\n"
      ">" "Down (numeric arg) stack frames.")
    ;; Make dbx give out the source location info that we need.
    (process-send-string (get-buffer-process gud-comint-buffer)
    "printf \"\032\032%1d:\",(int)$curline;file\n"))
   (gud-dbx-use-stopformat-p
    (process-send-string (get-buffer-process gud-comint-buffer)
    "set $stopformat=1\n"))
   (t
    (gud-def gud-up     "up %p"         "<" "Up (numeric arg) stack frames.")
    (gud-def gud-down   "down %p" ">" "Down (numeric arg) stack frames.")
    (gud-def gud-break "file \"%d%f\"\nstop at %l"
      "\C-b" "Set breakpoint at current line.")))
 
  (gud-def gud-remove "clear %l"  "\C-d" "Remove breakpoint at current line")
  (gud-def gud-step   "step %p"   "\C-s" "Step one line with display.")
  (gud-def gud-stepi  "stepi %p"  "\C-i" "Step one instruction with display.")
  (gud-def gud-next   "next %p"   "\C-n" "Step one line (skip functions).")
  (gud-def gud-cont   "cont"   "\C-r" "Continue with display.")
  (gud-def gud-print  "print %e"  "\C-p" "Evaluate C _expression_ at point.")
 
  (setq comint-prompt-regexp  "^[^)\n]*dbx) *")
  (setq paragraph-start comint-prompt-regexp)
  (local-set-key [menu-bar debug up] '("Up Stack" . gud-up))
  (local-set-key [menu-bar debug down] '("Down Stack" . gud-down))
  (run-hooks 'dbx-mode-hook)
  )

;; ======================================================================
;; xdb (HP PARISC debugger) functions
 
;;; History of argument lists passed to xdb.
(defvar gud-xdb-history nil)
 
(defcustom gud-xdb-directories nil
  "*A list of directories that xdb should search for source code.
If nil, only source files in the program directory
will be known to xdb.
 
The file names should be absolute, or relative to the directory
containing the executable being debugged."
  :type '(choice (const :tag "Current Directory" nil)
   (repeat :value ("")
    directory))
  :group 'gud)
 
(defun gud-xdb-massage-args (file args)
  (nconc (let ((directories gud-xdb-directories)
        (result nil))
    (while directories
      (setq result (cons (car directories) (cons "-d" result)))
      (setq directories (cdr directories)))
    (nreverse result))
  args))
 
(defun gud-xdb-file-name (f)
  "Transform a relative pathname to a full pathname in xdb mode"
  (let ((result nil))
    (if (file-exists-p f)
        (setq result (expand-file-name f))
      (let ((directories gud-xdb-directories))
        (while directories
          (let ((path (concat (car directories) "/" f)))
            (if (file-exists-p path)
                (setq result (expand-file-name path)
                      directories nil)))
          (setq directories (cdr directories)))))
    result))
 
;; xdb does not print the lines all at once, so we have to accumulate them
(defun gud-xdb-marker-filter (string)
  (let (result)
    (if (or (string-match comint-prompt-regexp string)
            (string-match ".*\012" string))
        (setq result (concat gud-marker-acc string)
              gud-marker-acc "")
      (setq gud-marker-acc (concat gud-marker-acc string)))
    (if result
        (if (or (string-match "\\([^\n \t:]+\\): [^:]+: \\([0-9]+\\)[: ]"
         result)
                (string-match "[^: \t]+:[ \t]+\\([^:]+\\): [^:]+: \\([0-9]+\\):"
                              result))
            (let ((line (string-to-int
                         (substring result (match-beginning 2) (match-end 2))))
                  (file (gud-xdb-file-name
                         (substring result (match-beginning 1) (match-end 1)))))
              (if file
                  (setq gud-last-frame (cons file line))))))
    (or result "")))
 
(defun gud-xdb-find-file (f)
  (save-excursion
    (let ((realf (gud-xdb-file-name f)))
      (if realf
   (let ((buf (find-file-noselect realf)))
     (set-buffer buf)
     (gud-make-debug-menu)
     (local-set-key [menu-bar debug tbreak]
      '("Temporary Breakpoint" . gud-tbreak))
     (local-set-key [menu-bar debug finish]
      '("Finish Function" . gud-finish))
     (local-set-key [menu-bar debug up] '("Up Stack" . gud-up))
     (local-set-key [menu-bar debug down] '("Down Stack" . gud-down))
     buf)
 nil))))
 
;;;###autoload
(defun xdb (command-line)
  "Run xdb on program FILE in buffer *gud-FILE*.
The directory containing FILE becomes the initial working directory
and source-file directory for your debugger.
 
You can set the variable 'gud-xdb-directories' to a list of program source
directories if your program contains sources from more than one directory."
  (interactive
   (list (read-from-minibuffer "Run xdb (like this): "
          (if (consp gud-xdb-history)
       (car gud-xdb-history)
     "xdb ")
          nil nil
          '(gud-xdb-history . 1))))
 
  (gud-common-init command-line 'gud-xdb-massage-args
     'gud-xdb-marker-filter 'gud-xdb-find-file)
 
  (gud-def gud-break  "b %f:%l"    "\C-b" "Set breakpoint at current line.")
  (gud-def gud-tbreak "b %f:%l\\t" "\C-t"
           "Set temporary breakpoint at current line.")
  (gud-def gud-remove "db"         "\C-d" "Remove breakpoint at current line")
  (gud-def gud-step   "s %p"    "\C-s" "Step one line with display.")
  (gud-def gud-next   "S %p"    "\C-n" "Step one line (skip functions).")
  (gud-def gud-cont   "c"    "\C-r" "Continue with display.")
  (gud-def gud-up     "up %p"    "<"    "Up (numeric arg) stack frames.")
  (gud-def gud-down   "down %p"    ">"    "Down (numeric arg) stack frames.")
  (gud-def gud-finish "bu\\t"      "\C-f" "Finish executing current function.")
  (gud-def gud-print  "p %e"       "\C-p" "Evaluate C _expression_ at point.")
 
  (setq comint-prompt-regexp  "^>")
  (setq paragraph-start comint-prompt-regexp)
  (local-set-key [menu-bar debug tbreak] '("Temporary Breakpoint" . gud-tbreak))
  (local-set-key [menu-bar debug finish] '("Finish Function" . gud-finish))
  (local-set-key [menu-bar debug up] '("Up Stack" . gud-up))
  (local-set-key [menu-bar debug down] '("Down Stack" . gud-down))
  (run-hooks 'xdb-mode-hook))

;; ======================================================================
;; perldb functions
 
;;; History of argument lists passed to perldb.
(defvar gud-perldb-history nil)
 
(defun gud-perldb-massage-args (file args)
  (cond ((equal (car args) "-e")
  (cons "-d"
        (cons (car args)
       (cons (nth 1 args)
      (cons "--" (cons "-emacs" (cdr (cdr args))))))))
 (t
  (cons "-d" (cons (car args) (cons "-emacs" (cdr args)))))))
 
;; There's no guarantee that Emacs will hand the filter the entire
;; marker at once; it could be broken up across several strings.  We
;; might even receive a big chunk with several markers in it.  If we
;; receive a chunk of text which looks like it might contain the
;; beginning of a marker, we save it here between calls to the
;; filter.
(defun gud-perldb-marker-filter (string)
  (setq gud-marker-acc (concat gud-marker-acc string))
  (let ((output ""))
 
    ;; Process all the complete markers in this chunk.
    (while (string-match "\032\032\\(\\([a-zA-Z]:\\)?[^:\n]*\\):\\([0-9]*\\):.*\n"
    gud-marker-acc)
      (setq
 
       ;; Extract the frame position from the marker.
       gud-last-frame
       (cons (substring gud-marker-acc (match-beginning 1) (match-end 1))
      (string-to-int (substring gud-marker-acc
           (match-beginning 3)
           (match-end 3))))
 
       ;; Append any text before the marker to the output we're going
       ;; to return - we don't include the marker in this text.
       output (concat output
        (substring gud-marker-acc 0 (match-beginning 0)))
 
       ;; Set the accumulator to the remaining text.
       gud-marker-acc (substring gud-marker-acc (match-end 0))))
 
    ;; Does the remaining text look like it might end with the
    ;; beginning of another marker?  If it does, then keep it in
    ;; gud-marker-acc until we receive the rest of it.  Since we
    ;; know the full marker regexp above failed, it's pretty simple to
    ;; test for marker starts.
    (if (string-match "\032.*\\'" gud-marker-acc)
 (progn
   ;; Everything before the potential marker start can be output.
   (setq output (concat output (substring gud-marker-acc
       0 (match-beginning 0))))
 
   ;; Everything after, we save, to combine with later input.
   (setq gud-marker-acc
  (substring gud-marker-acc (match-beginning 0))))
 
      (setq output (concat output gud-marker-acc)
     gud-marker-acc ""))
 
    output))
 
(defun gud-perldb-find-file (f)
  (save-excursion
    (let ((buf (find-file-noselect f)))
      (set-buffer buf)
      (gud-make-debug-menu)
      buf)))
 
(defcustom gud-perldb-command-name "perl"
  "File name for executing Perl."
  :type 'string
  :group 'gud)
 
;;;###autoload
(defun perldb (command-line)
  "Run perldb on program FILE in buffer *gud-FILE*.
The directory containing FILE becomes the initial working directory
and source-file directory for your debugger."
  (interactive
   (list (read-from-minibuffer "Run perldb (like this): "
          (if (consp gud-perldb-history)
       (car gud-perldb-history)
     (concat gud-perldb-command-name
      " "
      (or (buffer-file-name)
          "-e 0")
      " "))
          nil nil
          '(gud-perldb-history . 1))))
 
  (gud-common-init command-line 'gud-perldb-massage-args
     'gud-perldb-marker-filter 'gud-perldb-find-file)
 
  (gud-def gud-break  "b %l"         "\C-b" "Set breakpoint at current line.")
  (gud-def gud-remove "d %l"         "\C-d" "Remove breakpoint at current line")
  (gud-def gud-step   "s"            "\C-s" "Step one source line with display.")
  (gud-def gud-next   "n"            "\C-n" "Step one line (skip functions).")
  (gud-def gud-cont   "c"            "\C-r" "Continue with display.")
;  (gud-def gud-finish "finish"       "\C-f" "Finish executing current function.")
;  (gud-def gud-up     "up %p"        "<" "Up N stack frames (numeric arg).")
;  (gud-def gud-down   "down %p"      ">" "Down N stack frames (numeric arg).")
  (gud-def gud-print  "%e"           "\C-p" "Evaluate perl _expression_ at point.")
 
  (setq comint-prompt-regexp "^  DB<+[0-9]+>+ ")
  (setq paragraph-start comint-prompt-regexp)
  (run-hooks 'perldb-mode-hook)
  )

;; ======================================================================
;; pdb (Python debugger) functions
 
;;; History of argument lists passed to pdb.
(defvar gud-pdb-history nil)
 
(defun gud-pdb-massage-args (file args)
  args)
 
;; Last group is for return value, e.g. "> test.py(2)foo()->None"
;; Either file or function name may be omitted: "> <string>(0)?()"
(defvar gud-pdb-marker-regexp
  "^> \\([-a-zA-Z0-9_/.]*\\|<string>\\)(\\([0-9]+\\))\\([a-zA-Z0-9_]*\\|\\?\\)()\\(->[^\n]*\\)?\n")
(defvar gud-pdb-marker-regexp-file-group 1)
(defvar gud-pdb-marker-regexp-line-group 2)
(defvar gud-pdb-marker-regexp-fnname-group 3)
 
(defvar gud-pdb-marker-regexp-start "^> ")
 
;; There's no guarantee that Emacs will hand the filter the entire
;; marker at once; it could be broken up across several strings.  We
;; might even receive a big chunk with several markers in it.  If we
;; receive a chunk of text which looks like it might contain the
;; beginning of a marker, we save it here between calls to the
;; filter.
(defun gud-pdb-marker-filter (string)
  (setq gud-marker-acc (concat gud-marker-acc string))
  (let ((output ""))
 
    ;; Process all the complete markers in this chunk.
    (while (string-match gud-pdb-marker-regexp gud-marker-acc)
      (setq
 
       ;; Extract the frame position from the marker.
       gud-last-frame
       (let ((file (match-string gud-pdb-marker-regexp-file-group
     gud-marker-acc))
      (line (string-to-int
      (match-string gud-pdb-marker-regexp-line-group
      gud-marker-acc))))
  (if (string-equal file "<string>")
      gud-last-frame
    (cons file line)))
 
       ;; Output everything instead of the below
       output (concat output (substring gud-marker-acc 0 (match-end 0)))
;;        ;; Append any text before the marker to the output we're going
;;        ;; to return - we don't include the marker in this text.
;;        output (concat output
;;         (substring gud-marker-acc 0 (match-beginning 0)))
 
       ;; Set the accumulator to the remaining text.
       gud-marker-acc (substring gud-marker-acc (match-end 0))))
 
    ;; Does the remaining text look like it might end with the
    ;; beginning of another marker?  If it does, then keep it in
    ;; gud-marker-acc until we receive the rest of it.  Since we
    ;; know the full marker regexp above failed, it's pretty simple to
    ;; test for marker starts.
    (if (string-match gud-pdb-marker-regexp-start gud-marker-acc)
 (progn
   ;; Everything before the potential marker start can be output.
   (setq output (concat output (substring gud-marker-acc
       0 (match-beginning 0))))
 
   ;; Everything after, we save, to combine with later input.
   (setq gud-marker-acc
  (substring gud-marker-acc (match-beginning 0))))
 
      (setq output (concat output gud-marker-acc)
     gud-marker-acc ""))
 
    output))
 
(defun gud-pdb-find-file (f)
  (save-excursion
    (let ((buf (find-file-noselect f)))
      (set-buffer buf)
      (gud-make-debug-menu)
      ;; (local-set-key [menu-bar debug finish] '("Finish Function" . gud-finish))
      ;; (local-set-key [menu-bar debug up] '("Up Stack" . gud-up))
      ;; (local-set-key [menu-bar debug down] '("Down Stack" . gud-down))
      buf)))
 
(defvar pdb-minibuffer-local-map nil
  "Keymap for minibuffer prompting of pdb startup command.")
(if pdb-minibuffer-local-map
    ()
  (setq pdb-minibuffer-local-map (copy-keymap minibuffer-local-map))
  (define-key
    pdb-minibuffer-local-map "\C-i" 'comint-dynamic-complete-filename))
 
(defcustom gud-pdb-command-name "pdb"
  "File name for executing the Python debugger.
This should be an executable on your path, or an absolute file name."
  :type 'string
  :group 'gud)
 
;;;###autoload
(defun pdb (command-line)
  "Run pdb on program FILE in buffer `*gud-FILE*'.
The directory containing FILE becomes the initial working directory
and source-file directory for your debugger."
  (interactive
   (list (read-from-minibuffer "Run pdb (like this): "
          (if (consp gud-pdb-history)
       (car gud-pdb-history)
     (concat gud-pdb-command-name " "))
          pdb-minibuffer-local-map nil
          '(gud-pdb-history . 1))))
 
  (gud-common-init command-line 'gud-pdb-massage-args
     'gud-pdb-marker-filter 'gud-pdb-find-file)
 
  (gud-def gud-break  "break %l"     "\C-b" "Set breakpoint at current line.")
  (gud-def gud-remove "clear %l"     "\C-d" "Remove breakpoint at current line")
  (gud-def gud-step   "step"         "\C-s" "Step one source line with display.")
  (gud-def gud-next   "next"         "\C-n" "Step one line (skip functions).")
  (gud-def gud-cont   "continue"     "\C-r" "Continue with display.")
  (gud-def gud-finish "return"       "\C-f" "Finish executing current function.")
  (gud-def gud-up     "up"           "<" "Up one stack frame.")
  (gud-def gud-down   "down"         ">" "Down one stack frame.")
  (gud-def gud-print  "p %e"         "\C-p" "Evaluate Python _expression_ at point.")
  ;; Is this right?
  (gud-def gud-statement "! %e"      "\C-e" "Execute Python statement at point.")
 
  (local-set-key [menu-bar debug finish] '("Finish Function" . gud-finish))
  (local-set-key [menu-bar debug up] '("Up Stack" . gud-up))
  (local-set-key [menu-bar debug down] '("Down Stack" . gud-down))
  ;; (setq comint-prompt-regexp "^(.*pdb[+]?) *")
  (setq comint-prompt-regexp "^(Pdb) *")
  (setq paragraph-start comint-prompt-regexp)
  (run-hooks 'pdb-mode-hook))

;; ======================================================================
;;
;; JDB support.
;;
;; AUTHOR: Derek Davies <address@hidden>
;;              Zoltan Kemenczy <address@hidden;address@hidden>
;;
;; CREATED: Sun Feb 22 10:46:38 1998 Derek Davies.
;; UPDATED:     Nov 11, 2001 Zoltan Kemenczy
;;
;; INVOCATION NOTES:
;;
;; You invoke jdb-mode with:
;;
;;    M-x jdb <enter>
;;
;; It responds with:
;;
;;    Run jdb (like this): jdb
;;
;; type any jdb switches followed by the name of the class you'd like to debug.
;; Supply a fully qualfied classname (these do not have the ".class" extension)
;; for the name of the class to debug (e.g. "COM.the-kind.ddavies.CoolClass").
;; See the known problems section below for restrictions when specifying jdb
;; command line switches (search forward for '-classpath').
;;
;; You should see something like the following:
;;
;;    Current directory is ~/src/java/hello/
;;    Initializing jdb...
;;    0xed2f6628:class(hello)
;;    >
;;
;; To set an initial breakpoint try:
;;
;;    > stop in hello.main
;;    Breakpoint set in hello.main
;;    >
;;
;; To execute the program type:
;;
;;    > run
;;    run hello
;;
;;    Breakpoint hit: running ...
;;    hello.main (hello:12)
;;
;; Type M-n to step over the current line and M-s to step into it.  That,
;; along with the JDB 'help' command should get you started.  The 'quit'
;; JDB command will get out out of the debugger.  There is some truly
;; pathetic JDB documentation available at:
;;
;;     http://java.sun.com/products/jdk/1.1/debugging/
;;
;; KNOWN PROBLEMS AND FIXME's:
;;
;; Not sure what happens with inner classes ... haven't tried them.
;;
;; Does not grok UNICODE id's.  Only ASCII id's are supported.
;;
;; You must not put whitespace between "-classpath" and the path to
;; search for java classes even though it is required when invoking jdb
;; from the command line.  See gud-jdb-massage-args for details.
;;
;; Note: The following applies only if `gud-jdb-use-classpath' is nil:
;;
;; If any of the source files in the directories listed in
;; gud-jdb-directories won't parse you'll have problems.  Make sure
;; every file ending in ".java" in these directories parses without error.
;;
;; All the .java files in the directories in gud-jdb-directories are
;; syntactically analyzed each time gud jdb is invoked.  It would be
;; nice to keep as much information as possible between runs.  It would
;; be really nice to analyze the files only as neccessary (when the
;; source needs to be displayed.)  I'm not sure to what extent the former
;; can be accomplished and I'm not sure the latter can be done at all
;; since I don't know of any general way to tell which .class files are
;; defined by which .java file without analyzing all the .java files.
;; If anyone knows why JavaSoft didn't put the source file names in
;; debuggable .class files please clue me in so I find something else
;; to be spiteful and bitter about.
;;
;; ======================================================================
;; gud jdb variables and functions
 
(defcustom gud-jdb-command-name "jdb"
  "Command that executes the Java debugger."
  :type 'string
  :group 'gud)
 
(defcustom gud-jdb-use-classpath t
  "If t, does not require the setting `gud-jdb-directories', but
searches for Java source files using `gud-jdb-classpath' (typically
obtained from jdb - see `gud-jdb-classpath' documentation) by
converting the class information output by jdb to a file pathname
relative to one of the `gud-jdb-classpath' directories.
 
This method has a significant jdb startup time reduction advantage
since it does not require the scanning of all `gud-jdb-directories'
and parsing all Java files for class information.
"
  :type 'boolean
  :group 'gud)
 
;; List of Java source file directories.
(defcustom gud-jdb-directories (list ".")
  "If `gud-jdb-use-classpath' is nil, this is the list of directories that
gud jdb should search for source code. The file names should be absolute,
or relative to the current directory."
  :type '(repeat :value (".") directory)
  :group 'gud)
 
(defvar gud-jdb-classpath nil
 "If `gud-jdb-use-classpath' is t, gud-jdb derives the
`gud-jdb-classpath' list automatically using the following three
methods in sequence (with subsequent successful steps overriding the
results of previous steps):
 
1) Read the CLASSPATH environment variable,
2) Read any \"-classpath\" argument used to invoke jdb,
3) Send a \"classpath\" command to jdb and scan jdb output for
   classpath information if jdb is invoked with an \"-attach\" (to
   an already running VM) argument (This case typically does not
   have a \"-classpath\" command line argument - that is provided
   to the VM when it is started).
 
Note that method 3 cannot be used with oldjdb (or Java 1 jdb) since
those debuggers do not support the classpath command. Use 1) or 2).
")
 
(defvar gud-marker-acc-max-length 4000
  "(jdb only:) Bound for maximum amount of debugger output history to keep while \n\
searching for source file information.")
 

(defvar gud-jdb-history nil
"History of argument lists passed to jdb.")
 
(defvar gud-jdb-source-files nil
"List of the java source files for this debugging session.")
 
(defvar gud-jdb-class-source-alist nil
"Association list of fully qualified class names (package + class name) and
their source files.")
 
;; This is used to hold a source file during analysis.
(defvar gud-jdb-analysis-buffer nil)
 
(defvar gud-jdb-classpath-string nil
"This is used to hold temporary classpath values")
 
(defun gud-jdb-build-source-files-list (path extn)
"Return a list of java source files.  PATH gives the directories in
which to search for files with extension EXTN.  Normally EXTN is
given as the regular _expression_ \"\\.java$\" .
"
  (apply 'append (mapcar (lambda (d) (directory-files d t extn nil)) path)))
 
;; Move point past whitespace.
(defun gud-jdb-skip-whitespace ()
  (skip-chars-forward " \n\r\t\014"))
 
;; Move point past a "// <eol>" type of comment.
(defun gud-jdb-skip-single-line-comment ()
  (end-of-line))
 
;; Move point past a "/* */" or "/** */" type of comment.
(defun gud-jdb-skip-traditional-or-documentation-comment ()
  (forward-char 2)
  (catch 'break
    (while (not (eobp))
      (if (eq (following-char) ?*)
   (progn
     (forward-char)
     (if (not (eobp))
  (if (eq (following-char) ?/)
      (progn
        (forward-char)
        (throw 'break nil)))))
 (forward-char)))))
 
;; Move point past any number of consecutive whitespace chars and/or comments.
(defun gud-jdb-skip-whitespace-and-comments ()
  (gud-jdb-skip-whitespace)
  (catch 'done
    (while t
      (cond
       ((looking-at "//")
 (gud-jdb-skip-single-line-comment)
 (gud-jdb-skip-whitespace))
       ((looking-at "/\\*")
 (gud-jdb-skip-traditional-or-documentation-comment)
 (gud-jdb-skip-whitespace))
       (t (throw 'done nil))))))
 
;; Move point past things that are id-like.  The intent is to skip regular
;; id's, such as class or interface names as well as package and interface
;; names.
(defun gud-jdb-skip-id-ish-thing ()
  (skip-chars-forward "^ /\n\r\t\014,;{"))
 
;; Move point past a string literal.
(defun gud-jdb-skip-string-literal ()
  (forward-char)
  (while (not (cond
        ((eq (following-char) ?\\)
  (forward-char))
        ((eq (following-char) ?\042))))
    (forward-char))
  (forward-char))
 
;; Move point past a character literal.
(defun gud-jdb-skip-character-literal ()
  (forward-char)
  (while
      (progn
 (if (eq (following-char) ?\\)
     (forward-char 2))
 (not (eq (following-char) ?\')))
    (forward-char))
  (forward-char))
 
;; Move point past the following block.  There may be (legal) cruft before
;; the block's opening brace.  There must be a block or it's the end of life
;; in petticoat junction.
(defun gud-jdb-skip-block ()
 
  ;; Find the begining of the block.
  (while
      (not (eq (following-char) ?{))
 
    ;; Skip any constructs that can harbor literal block delimiter
    ;; characters and/or the delimiters for the constructs themselves.
    (cond
     ((looking-at "//")
      (gud-jdb-skip-single-line-comment))
     ((looking-at "/\\*")
      (gud-jdb-skip-traditional-or-documentation-comment))
     ((eq (following-char) ?\042)
      (gud-jdb-skip-string-literal))
     ((eq (following-char) ?\')
      (gud-jdb-skip-character-literal))
     (t (forward-char))))
 
  ;; Now at the begining of the block.
  (forward-char)
 
  ;; Skip over the body of the block as well as the final brace.
  (let ((open-level 1))
    (while (not (eq open-level 0))
      (cond
       ((looking-at "//")
 (gud-jdb-skip-single-line-comment))
       ((looking-at "/\\*")
 (gud-jdb-skip-traditional-or-documentation-comment))
       ((eq (following-char) ?\042)
 (gud-jdb-skip-string-literal))
       ((eq (following-char) ?\')
 (gud-jdb-skip-character-literal))
       ((eq (following-char) ?{)
 (setq open-level (+ open-level 1))
 (forward-char))
       ((eq (following-char) ?})
 (setq open-level (- open-level 1))
 (forward-char))
       (t (forward-char))))))
 
;; Find the package and class definitions in Java source file FILE.  Assumes
;; that FILE contains a legal Java program.  BUF is a scratch buffer used
;; to hold the source during analysis.
(defun gud-jdb-analyze-source (buf file)
  (let ((l nil))
    (set-buffer buf)
    (insert-file-contents file nil nil nil t)
    (goto-char 0)
    (catch 'abort
      (let ((p ""))
 (while (progn
   (gud-jdb-skip-whitespace)
   (not (eobp)))
   (cond
 
    ;; Any number of semi's following a block is legal.  Move point
    ;; past them.  Note that comments and whitespace may be
    ;; interspersed as well.
    ((eq (following-char) ?\073)
     (forward-char))
 
    ;; Move point past a single line comment.
    ((looking-at "//")
     (gud-jdb-skip-single-line-comment))
 
    ;; Move point past a traditional or documentation comment.
    ((looking-at "/\\*")
     (gud-jdb-skip-traditional-or-documentation-comment))
 
    ;; Move point past a package statement, but save the PackageName.
    ((looking-at "package")
     (forward-char 7)
     (gud-jdb-skip-whitespace-and-comments)
     (let ((s (point)))
       (gud-jdb-skip-id-ish-thing)
       (setq p (concat (buffer-substring s (point)) "."))
       (gud-jdb-skip-whitespace-and-comments)
       (if (eq (following-char) ?\073)
    (forward-char))))
 
    ;; Move point past an import statement.
    ((looking-at "import")
     (forward-char 6)
     (gud-jdb-skip-whitespace-and-comments)
     (gud-jdb-skip-id-ish-thing)
     (gud-jdb-skip-whitespace-and-comments)
     (if (eq (following-char) ?\073)
  (forward-char)))
 
    ;; Move point past the various kinds of ClassModifiers.
    ((looking-at "public")
     (forward-char 6))
    ((looking-at "abstract")
     (forward-char 8))
    ((looking-at "final")
     (forward-char 5))
 
    ;; Move point past a ClassDeclaraction, but save the class
    ;; Identifier.
    ((looking-at "class")
     (forward-char 5)
     (gud-jdb-skip-whitespace-and-comments)
     (let ((s (point)))
       (gud-jdb-skip-id-ish-thing)
       (setq
        l (nconc l (list (concat p (buffer-substring s (point)))))))
     (gud-jdb-skip-block))
 
    ;; Move point past an interface statement.
    ((looking-at "interface")
     (forward-char 9)
     (gud-jdb-skip-block))
 
    ;; Anything else means the input is invalid.
    (t
     (message (format "Error parsing file %s." file))
     (throw 'abort nil))))))
    l))
 
(defun gud-jdb-build-class-source-alist-for-file (file)
  (mapcar
   (lambda (c)
     (cons c file))
   (gud-jdb-analyze-source gud-jdb-analysis-buffer file)))
 
;; Return an alist of fully qualified classes and the source files
;; holding their definitions.  SOURCES holds a list of all the source
;; files to examine.
(defun gud-jdb-build-class-source-alist (sources)
  (setq gud-jdb-analysis-buffer (get-buffer-create "*gud-jdb-scratch*"))
  (prog1
      (apply
       'nconc
       (mapcar
 'gud-jdb-build-class-source-alist-for-file
 sources))
    (kill-buffer gud-jdb-analysis-buffer)
    (setq gud-jdb-analysis-buffer nil)))
 
;; Change what was given in the minibuffer to something that can be used to
;; invoke the debugger.
(defun gud-jdb-massage-args (file args)
  ;; The jdb executable must have whitespace between "-classpath" and
  ;; its value while gud-common-init expects all switch values to
  ;; follow the switch keyword without intervening whitespace.  We
  ;; require that when the user enters the "-classpath" switch in the
  ;; EMACS minibuffer that they do so without the intervening
  ;; whitespace.  This function adds it back (it's called after
  ;; gud-common-init).  There are more switches like this (for
  ;; instance "-host" and "-password") but I don't care about them
  ;; yet.
  (if args
      (let (massaged-args user-error)
 
 (while
     (and args
   (not (string-match "-classpath\\(.+\\)" (car args)))
   (not (setq user-error
       (string-match "-classpath$" (car args)))))
   (setq massaged-args (append massaged-args (list (car args))))
   (setq args (cdr args)))
 
 ;; By this point the current directory is all screwed up.  Maybe we
 ;; could fix things and re-invoke gud-common-init, but for now I think
 ;; issueing the error is good enough.
 (if user-error
     (progn
       (kill-buffer (current-buffer))
       (error "Error: Omit whitespace between '-classpath' and its value")))
 
 (if args
     (setq massaged-args
    (append
     massaged-args
     (list "-classpath")
     (list
      (setq gud-jdb-classpath-string
                          (substring
                           (car args)
                           (match-beginning 1) (match-end 1))))
     (cdr args)))
   massaged-args))))
 
;; Search for an association with P, a fully qualified class name, in
;; gud-jdb-class-source-alist.  The asssociation gives the fully
;; qualified file name of the source file which produced the class.
(defun gud-jdb-find-source-file (p)
  (cdr (assoc p gud-jdb-class-source-alist)))
 
(defvar gud-jdb-lowest-stack-level 999) ; Note: Reset to this value every time a prompt is seen
 
(defun gud-jdb-find-source-using-classpath (p)
"Finds source file by converting a a fully qualified class
specification p (obtained from jdb's output) to a pathname relative to
a classpath directory."
  (save-match-data
    (let
      (;; Replace dots with slashes and append ".java" to generate file
       ;; name relative to classpath
       (filename (concat (mapconcat (lambda (x) x)
                                    (split-string
                                     ;; Eliminate any subclass references in the class
                                     ;; name string. These start with a "$"
                                     ((lambda (x)
                                        (if (string-match "$.*" x)
                                            (replace-match "" t t x) p))
                                        p)
                                     "\\.") "/")
                         ".java"))
       (cplist gud-jdb-classpath)
       found-file)
    (while (and cplist (not (setq found-file (file-readable-p (concat (car cplist) "/" filename)))))
      (setq cplist (cdr cplist)))
    (if found-file (concat (car cplist) "/" filename)))))
 
(defun gud-jdb-find-source (string)
  "Internal gud-jdb function, get aliased to
`gud-jdb-find-source-using-classpath' if `gud-jdb-use-classpath' is t, otherwise it aliases to `gud-jdb-find-source-file'"
nil)
 
(defun gud-jdb-parse-classpath-string (string)
"Parse the classpath list and convert each item to an absolute pathname."
  (mapcar 'file-truename (split-string string
        (concat "[ \t\n\r,\"" path-separator "]+"))))
 
;; See comentary for other debugger's marker filters - there you will find
;; important notes about STRING.
(defun gud-jdb-marker-filter (string)
 
  ;; Build up the accumulator.
  (setq gud-marker-acc
 (if gud-marker-acc
     (concat gud-marker-acc string)
   string))
 
  ;; Look for classpath information until gud-jdb-classpath-string is found
  (if (and gud-jdb-use-classpath
           (not gud-jdb-classpath-string)
           (string-match "classpath:[ \t[]+\\([^]]+\\)" gud-marker-acc))
      (setq gud-jdb-classpath
            (gud-jdb-parse-classpath-string
                    (setq gud-jdb-classpath-string
                          (substring gud-marker-acc
                               (match-beginning 1) (match-end 1))))))
 
  ;; We process STRING from left to right.  Each time through the
  ;; following loop we process at most one marker. After we've found a
  ;; marker, delete gud-marker-acc up to and including the match
  (let (file-found)
    ;; Process each complete marker in the input.
    (while
 
 ;; Do we see a marker?
 (string-match
  ;; jdb puts out a string of the following form when it
  ;; hits a breakpoint:
  ;;
  ;;     <fully-qualified-class><method> (<class>:<line-number>)
  ;;
  ;; <fully-qualified-class>'s are composed of Java ID's
  ;; separated by periods.  <method> and <class> are
  ;; also Java ID's.  <method> begins with a period and
  ;; may contain less-than and greater-than (constructors,
  ;; for instance, are called <init> in the symbol table.)
  ;; Java ID's begin with a letter followed by letters
  ;; and/or digits.  The set of letters includes underscore
  ;; and dollar sign.
  ;;
  ;; The first group matches <fully-qualified-class>,
  ;; the second group matches <class> and the third group
  ;; matches <line-number>.  We don't care about using
  ;; <method> so we don't "group" it.
  ;;
  ;; FIXME: Java ID's are UNICODE strings, this matches ASCII
  ;; ID's only.
  "\\(\[[0-9]+\] \\)*\\([a-zA-Z0-9.$_]+\\)\\.[a-zA-Z0-9$_<>(),]+ \\(([a-zA-Z0-9.$_]+:\\|line=\\)\\([0-9]+\\)"
  gud-marker-acc)
 
      ;; A good marker is one that:
      ;; 1) does not have a "[n] " prefix (not part of a stack backtrace)
      ;; 2) does have an "[n] " prefix and n is the lowest prefix seen
      ;;    since the last prompt
      ;; Figure out the line on which to position the debugging arrow.
      ;; Return the info as a cons of the form:
      ;;
      ;;     (<file-name> . <line-number>) .
      (if (if (match-beginning 1)
  (let (n)
    (setq n (string-to-int (substring gud-marker-acc
          (1+ (match-beginning 1))
          (- (match-end 1) 2))))
    (if (< n gud-jdb-lowest-stack-level)
        (progn (setq gud-jdb-lowest-stack-level n) t)))
       t)
   (if (setq file-found
      (gud-jdb-find-source
       (substring gud-marker-acc
    (match-beginning 2)
    (match-end 2))))
       (setq gud-last-frame
      (cons file-found
     (string-to-int
      (substring gud-marker-acc
          (match-beginning 4)
          (match-end 4)))))
     (message "Could not find source file.")))
 
      ;; Set the accumulator to the remaining text.
      (setq gud-marker-acc (substring gud-marker-acc (match-end 0))))
 
    (if (string-match comint-prompt-regexp gud-marker-acc)
 (setq gud-jdb-lowest-stack-level 999))
    )
 
  ;; Do not allow gud-marker-acc to grow without bound. If the source
  ;; file information is not within the last 3/4
  ;; gud-marker-acc-max-length characters, well,...
  (if (> (length gud-marker-acc) gud-marker-acc-max-length)
      (setq gud-marker-acc (substring gud-marker-acc (- (/ (* gud-marker-acc-max-length 3) 4)))))
 
  ;; We don't filter any debugger output so just return what we were given.
  string)
 
(defun gud-jdb-find-file (f)
  (and (file-readable-p f)
       (find-file-noselect f)))
 
;;;###autoload
(defun jdb (command-line)
  "Run jdb with command line COMMAND-LINE in a buffer.  The buffer is named
\"*gud*\" if no initial class is given or \"*gud-<initial-class-basename>*\"
if there is.  If the \"-classpath\" switch is given, omit all whitespace
between it and it's value.
 
See `gud-jdb-use-classpath' and `gud-jdb-classpath' documentation for
information on how jdb accesses source files. Alternatively (if
`gud-jdb-use-classpath' is nil), see `gud-jdb-directories' for the
original source file access method.
 
For general information about commands available to control jdb from
gud, see `gud-mode'."
  (interactive
   (list (read-from-minibuffer "Run jdb (like this): "
          (if (consp gud-jdb-history)
       (car gud-jdb-history)
     (concat gud-jdb-command-name " "))
          nil nil
          '(gud-jdb-history . 1))))
 
  ;; Set gud-jdb-classpath from the CLASSPATH environment variable, if it is set
  (setq gud-jdb-classpath-string (getenv "CLASSPATH"))
  (if gud-jdb-classpath-string
      (setq gud-jdb-classpath
            (gud-jdb-parse-classpath-string gud-jdb-classpath-string)))
  (setq gud-jdb-classpath-string nil)   ; prepare for next
 
  (gud-common-init command-line 'gud-jdb-massage-args
    'gud-jdb-marker-filter 'gud-jdb-find-file)
 
  ;; If a -classpath option was provided, set gud-jdb-classpath
  (if gud-jdb-classpath-string
       (setq gud-jdb-classpath
             (gud-jdb-parse-classpath-string gud-jdb-classpath-string)))
  (setq gud-jdb-classpath-string nil)   ; prepare for next
 
  (gud-def gud-break  "stop at %c:%l" "\C-b" "Set breakpoint at current line.")
  (gud-def gud-remove "clear %c:%l"   "\C-d" "Remove breakpoint at current line")
  (gud-def gud-step   "step"          "\C-s" "Step one source line with display.")
  (gud-def gud-next   "next"          "\C-n" "Step one line (skip functions).")
  (gud-def gud-cont   "cont"          "\C-r" "Continue with display.")
  (gud-def gud-finish "step up"       "\C-f" "Continue until current method returns.")
  (gud-def gud-up     "up\C-Mwhere"   "<"    "Up one stack frame.")
  (gud-def gud-down   "down\C-Mwhere" ">"    "Up one stack frame.")
  (local-set-key [menu-bar debug finish] '("Finish Function" . gud-finish))
  (local-set-key [menu-bar debug up] '("Up Stack" . gud-up))
  (local-set-key [menu-bar debug down] '("Down Stack" . gud-down))
 
  (setq comint-prompt-regexp "^> \\|^[^ ]+\\[[0-9]+\\] ")
  (setq paragraph-start comint-prompt-regexp)
  (run-hooks 'jdb-mode-hook)
 
  (if gud-jdb-use-classpath
      ;; Get the classpath information from the debugger (this is much faster)
      ;; and does not need the constant updating of gud-jdb-directories
      (progn
        (if (string-match "-attach" command-line)
            (gud-call "classpath"))
        (fset 'gud-jdb-find-source 'gud-jdb-find-source-using-classpath))
 
    ;; Else create and bind the class/source association list as well as the source
    ;; file list.
    (setq gud-jdb-class-source-alist
          (gud-jdb-build-class-source-alist
           (setq gud-jdb-source-files
                 (gud-jdb-build-source-files-list gud-jdb-directories "\\.java$"))))
    (fset 'gud-jdb-find-source 'gud-jdb-find-source-file)))
 
;;
;; End of debugger-specific information
;;
 

;;; When we send a command to the debugger via gud-call, it's annoying
;;; to see the command and the new prompt inserted into the debugger's
;;; buffer; we have other ways of knowing the command has completed.
;;;
;;; If the buffer looks like this:
;;; --------------------
;;; (gdb) set args foo bar
;;; (gdb) -!-
;;; --------------------
;;; (the -!- marks the location of point), and we type `C-x SPC' in a
;;; source file to set a breakpoint, we want the buffer to end up like
;;; this:
;;; --------------------
;;; (gdb) set args foo bar
;;; Breakpoint 1 at 0x92: file make-docfile.c, line 49.
;;; (gdb) -!-
;;; --------------------
;;; Essentially, the old prompt is deleted, and the command's output
;;; and the new prompt take its place.
;;;
;;; Not echoing the command is easy enough; you send it directly using
;;; process-send-string, and it never enters the buffer.  However,
;;; getting rid of the old prompt is trickier; you don't want to do it
;;; when you send the command, since that will result in an annoying
;;; flicker as the prompt is deleted, redisplay occurs while Emacs
;;; waits for a response from the debugger, and the new prompt is
;;; inserted.  Instead, we'll wait until we actually get some output
;;; from the subprocess before we delete the prompt.  If the command
;;; produced no output other than a new prompt, that prompt will most
;;; likely be in the first chunk of output received, so we will delete
;;; the prompt and then replace it with an identical one.  If the
;;; command produces output, the prompt is moving anyway, so the
;;; flicker won't be annoying.
;;;
;;; So - when we want to delete the prompt upon receipt of the next
;;; chunk of debugger output, we position gud-delete-prompt-marker at
;;; the start of the prompt; the process filter will notice this, and
;;; delete all text between it and the process output marker.  If
;;; gud-delete-prompt-marker points nowhere, we leave the current
;;; prompt alone.
(defvar gud-delete-prompt-marker nil)
 

(put 'gud-mode 'mode-class 'special)
 
(defun gud-mode ()
  "Major mode for interacting with an inferior debugger process.
 
   You start it up with one of the commands M-x gdb, M-x sdb, M-x dbx,
M-x perldb, M-x xdb, or M-x jdb.  Each entry point finishes by executing a
hook; `gdb-mode-hook', `sdb-mode-hook', `dbx-mode-hook',
`perldb-mode-hook', `xdb-mode-hook', or `jdb-mode-hook' respectively.
 
After startup, the following commands are available in both the GUD
interaction buffer and any source buffer GUD visits due to a breakpoint stop
or step operation:
 
\\[gud-break] sets a breakpoint at the current file and line.  In the
GUD buffer, the current file and line are those of the last breakpoint or
step.  In a source buffer, they are the buffer's file and current line.
 
\\[gud-remove] removes breakpoints on the current file and line.
 
\\[gud-refresh] displays in the source window the last line referred to
in the gud buffer.
 
\\[gud-step], \\[gud-next], and \\[gud-stepi] do a step-one-line,
step-one-line (not entering function calls), and step-one-instruction
and then update the source window with the current file and position.
\\[gud-cont] continues execution.
 
\\[gud-print] tries to find the largest C lvalue or function-call _expression_
around point, and sends it to the debugger for value display.
 
The above commands are common to all supported debuggers except xdb which
does not support stepping instructions.
 
Under gdb, sdb and xdb, \\[gud-tbreak] behaves exactly like \\[gud-break],
except that the breakpoint is temporary; that is, it is removed when
execution stops on it.
 
Under gdb, dbx, and xdb, \\[gud-up] pops up through an enclosing stack
frame.  \\[gud-down] drops back down through one.
 
If you are using gdb or xdb, \\[gud-finish] runs execution to the return from
the current function and stops.
 
All the keystrokes above are accessible in the GUD buffer
with the prefix C-c, and in all buffers through the prefix C-x C-a.
 
All pre-defined functions for which the concept make sense repeat
themselves the appropriate number of times if you give a prefix
argument.
 
You may use the `gud-def' macro in the initialization hook to define other
commands.
 
Other commands for interacting with the debugger process are inherited from
comint mode, which see."
  (interactive)
  (comint-mode)
  (setq major-mode 'gud-mode)
  (setq mode-name "Debugger")
  (setq mode-line-process '(":%s"))
  (use-local-map comint-mode-map)
  (gud-make-debug-menu)
  (define-key (current-local-map) "\C-c\C-l" 'gud-refresh)
  (make-local-variable 'gud-last-frame)
  (setq gud-last-frame nil)
  (make-local-variable 'comint-prompt-regexp)
  ;; Don't put repeated commands in command history many times.
  (make-local-variable 'comint-input-ignoredups)
  (setq comint-input-ignoredups t)
  (make-local-variable 'paragraph-start)
  (make-local-variable 'gud-delete-prompt-marker)
  (setq gud-delete-prompt-marker (make-marker))
  (run-hooks 'gud-mode-hook))
 
;; Chop STRING into words separated by SPC or TAB and return a list of them.
(defun gud-chop-words (string)
  (let ((i 0) (beg 0)
 (len (length string))
 (words nil))
    (while (< i len)
      (if (memq (aref string i) '(?\t ? ))
   (progn
     (setq words (cons (substring string beg i) words)
    beg (1+ i))
     (while (and (< beg len) (memq (aref string beg) '(?\t ? )))
       (setq beg (1+ beg)))
     (setq i (1+ beg)))
 (setq i (1+ i))))
    (if (< beg len)
 (setq words (cons (substring string beg) words)))
    (nreverse words)))
 
;; Cause our buffers to be displayed, by default,
;; in the selected window.
;;;###autoload (add-hook 'same-window-regexps "\\*gud-.*\\*\\(\\|<[0-9]+>\\)")
 
;; Perform initializations common to all debuggers.
;; The first arg is the specified command line,
;; which starts with the program to debug.
;; The other three args specify the values to use
;; for local variables in the debugger buffer.
(defun gud-common-init (command-line massage-args marker-filter find-file)
  (let* ((words (gud-chop-words command-line))
  (program (car words))
  ;; Extract the file name from WORDS
  ;; and put t in its place.
  ;; Later on we will put the modified file name arg back there.
  (file-word (let ((w (cdr words)))
        (while (and w (= ?- (aref (car w) 0)))
   (setq w (cdr w)))
        (and w
      (prog1 (car w)
        (setcar w t)))))
  (file-subst
   (and file-word (substitute-in-file-name file-word)))
  (args (cdr words))
  ;; If a directory was specified, expand the file name.
  ;; Otherwise, don't expand it, so GDB can use the PATH.
  ;; A file name without directory is literally valid
  ;; only if the file exists in ., and in that case,
  ;; omitting the expansion here has no visible effect.
  (file (and file-word
      (if (file-name-directory file-subst)
   (expand-file-name file-subst)
        file-subst)))
  (filepart (and file-word (concat "-" (file-name-nondirectory file)))))
    (pop-to-buffer (concat "*gud" filepart "*"))
    ;; Set default-directory to the file's directory.
    (and file-word
  ;; Don't set default-directory if no directory was specified.
  ;; In that case, either the file is found in the current directory,
  ;; in which case this setq is a no-op,
  ;; or it is found by searching PATH,
  ;; in which case we don't know what directory it was found in.
  (file-name-directory file)
  (setq default-directory (file-name-directory file)))
    (or (bolp) (newline))
    (insert "Current directory is " default-directory "\n")
    ;; Put the substituted and expanded file name back in its place.
    (let ((w args))
      (while (and w (not (eq (car w) t)))
 (setq w (cdr w)))
      (if w
   (setcar w file)))
    (apply 'make-comint (concat "gud" filepart) program nil
    (funcall massage-args file args)))
  ;; Since comint clobbered the mode, we don't set it until now.
  (gud-mode)
  (make-local-variable 'gud-marker-filter)
  (setq gud-marker-filter marker-filter)
  (make-local-variable 'gud-find-file)
  (setq gud-find-file find-file)
 
  (set-process-filter (get-buffer-process (current-buffer)) 'gud-filter)
  (set-process-sentinel (get-buffer-process (current-buffer)) 'gud-sentinel)
  (gud-set-buffer)
  )
 
(defun gud-set-buffer ()
  (cond ((eq major-mode 'gud-mode)
 (setq gud-comint-buffer (current-buffer)))))
 
(defvar gud-filter-defer-flag nil
  "Non-nil means don't process anything from the debugger right now.
It is saved for when this flag is not set.")
 
(defvar gud-filter-pending-text nil
  "Non-nil means this is text that has been saved for later in `gud-filter'.")
 
;; These functions are responsible for inserting output from your debugger
;; into the buffer.  The hard work is done by the method that is
;; the value of gud-marker-filter.
 
(defun gud-filter (proc string)
  ;; Here's where the actual buffer insertion is done
  (let (output process-window)
    (if (buffer-name (process-buffer proc))
 (if gud-filter-defer-flag
     ;; If we can't process any text now,
     ;; save it for later.
     (setq gud-filter-pending-text
    (concat (or gud-filter-pending-text "") string))
 
   ;; If we have to ask a question during the processing,
   ;; defer any additional text that comes from the debugger
   ;; during that time.
   (let ((gud-filter-defer-flag t))
     ;; Process now any text we previously saved up.
     (if gud-filter-pending-text
  (setq string (concat gud-filter-pending-text string)
        gud-filter-pending-text nil))
     (save-excursion
       (set-buffer (process-buffer proc))
       ;; If we have been so requested, delete the debugger prompt.
       (if (marker-buffer gud-delete-prompt-marker)
    (progn
      (delete-region (process-mark proc) gud-delete-prompt-marker)
      (set-marker gud-delete-prompt-marker nil)))
       ;; Save the process output, checking for source file markers.
       (setq output (gud-marker-filter string))
       ;; Check for a filename-and-line number.
       ;; Don't display the specified file
       ;; unless (1) point is at or after the position where output appears
       ;; and (2) this buffer is on the screen.
       (setq process-window
      (and gud-last-frame
    (>= (point) (process-mark proc))
    (get-buffer-window (current-buffer))))
 
       ;; Let the comint filter do the actual insertion.
       ;; That lets us inherit various comint features.
       (comint-output-filter proc output))
 
     ;; Put the arrow on the source line.
     ;; This must be outside of the save-excursion
     ;; in case the source file is our current buffer.
     (if process-window
  (save-selected-window
    (select-window process-window)
    (gud-display-frame))
       ;; We have to be in the proper buffer, (process-buffer proc),
       ;; but not in a save-excursion, because that would restore point.
       (let ((old-buf (current-buffer)))
  (set-buffer (process-buffer proc))
  (unwind-protect
      (gud-display-frame)
    (set-buffer old-buf)))))
 
   ;; If we deferred text that arrived during this processing,
   ;; handle it now.
   (if gud-filter-pending-text
       (gud-filter proc ""))))))
 
(defun gud-sentinel (proc msg)
  (cond ((null (buffer-name (process-buffer proc)))
  ;; buffer killed
  ;; Stop displaying an arrow in a source file.
  (setq overlay-arrow-position nil)
  (set-process-buffer proc nil))
 ((memq (process-status proc) '(signal exit))
  ;; Stop displaying an arrow in a source file.
  (setq overlay-arrow-position nil)
  (let* ((obuf (current-buffer)))
    ;; save-excursion isn't the right thing if
    ;;  process-buffer is current-buffer
    (unwind-protect
        (progn
   ;; Write something in *compilation* and hack its mode line,
   (set-buffer (process-buffer proc))
   ;; Fix the mode line.
   (setq mode-line-process
         (concat ":"
          (symbol-name (process-status proc))))
   (force-mode-line-update)
   (if (eobp)
       (insert ?\n mode-name " " msg)
     (save-excursion
       (goto-char (point-max))
       (insert ?\n mode-name " " msg)))
   ;; If buffer and mode line will show that the process
   ;; is dead, we can delete it now.  Otherwise it
   ;; will stay around until M-x list-processes.
   (delete-process proc))
      ;; Restore old buffer, but don't restore old point
      ;; if obuf is the gud buffer.
      (set-buffer obuf))))))
 
(defun gud-display-frame ()
  "Find and obey the last filename-and-line marker from the debugger.
Obeying it means displaying in another window the specified file and line."
  (interactive)
  (if gud-last-frame
   (progn
     (gud-set-buffer)
     (gud-display-line (car gud-last-frame) (cdr gud-last-frame))
     (setq gud-last-last-frame gud-last-frame
    gud-last-frame nil))))
 
;; Make sure the file named TRUE-FILE is in a buffer that appears on the screen
;; and that its line LINE is visible.
;; Put the overlay-arrow on the line LINE in that buffer.
;; Most of the trickiness in here comes from wanting to preserve the current
;; region-restriction if that's possible.  We use an explicit display-buffer
;; to get around the fact that this is called inside a save-excursion.
 
(defun gud-display-line (true-file line)
  (let* ((last-nonmenu-event t)  ; Prevent use of dialog box for questions.
  (buffer
   (save-excursion
     (or (eq (current-buffer) gud-comint-buffer)
  (set-buffer gud-comint-buffer))
     (gud-find-file true-file)))
  (window (and buffer (or (get-buffer-window buffer)
     (display-buffer buffer))))
  (pos))
    (if buffer
 (progn
   (save-excursion
     (set-buffer buffer)
     (save-restriction
       (widen)
       (goto-line line)
       (setq pos (point))
       (setq overlay-arrow-string "=>")
       (or overlay-arrow-position
    (setq overlay-arrow-position (make-marker)))
       (set-marker overlay-arrow-position (point) (current-buffer)))
     (cond ((or (< pos (point-min)) (> pos (point-max)))
     (widen)
     (goto-char pos))))
   (set-window-point window overlay-arrow-position)))))
 
;;; The gud-call function must do the right thing whether its invoking
;;; keystroke is from the GUD buffer itself (via major-mode binding)
;;; or a C buffer.  In the former case, we want to supply data from
;;; gud-last-frame.  Here's how we do it:
 
(defun gud-format-command (str arg)
  (let ((insource (not (eq (current-buffer) gud-comint-buffer)))
 (frame (or gud-last-frame gud-last-last-frame))
 result)
    (while (and str (string-match "\\([^%]*\\)%\\([adeflpc]\\)" str))
      (let ((key (string-to-char (substring str (match-beginning 2))))
     subst)
 (cond
  ((eq key ?f)
   (setq subst (file-name-nondirectory (if insource
        (buffer-file-name)
      (car frame)))))
  ((eq key ?F)
   (setq subst (file-name-sans-extension
         (file-name-nondirectory (if insource
         (buffer-file-name)
       (car frame))))))
  ((eq key ?d)
   (setq subst (file-name-directory (if insource
            (buffer-file-name)
          (car frame)))))
  ((eq key ?l)
   (setq subst (if insource
     (save-excursion
       (beginning-of-line)
       (save-restriction (widen)
           (1+ (count-lines 1 (point)))))
   (cdr frame))))
  ((eq key ?e)
   (setq subst (gud-find-c-expr)))
  ((eq key ?a)
   (setq subst (gud-read-address)))
  ((eq key ?c)
   (setq subst (gud-find-class (if insource
            (buffer-file-name)
          (car frame)))))
  ((eq key ?p)
   (setq subst (if arg (int-to-string arg) ""))))
 (setq result (concat result
        (substring str (match-beginning 1) (match-end 1))
        subst)))
      (setq str (substring str (match-end 2))))
    ;; There might be text left in STR when the loop ends.
    (concat result str)))
 
(defun gud-read-address ()
  "Return a string containing the core-address found in the buffer at point."
  (save-excursion
    (let ((pt (point)) found begin)
      (setq found (if (search-backward "0x" (- pt 7) t) (point)))
      (cond
       (found (forward-char 2)
       (buffer-substring found
    (progn (re-search-forward "[^0-9a-f]")
           (forward-char -1)
           (point))))
       (t (setq begin (progn (re-search-backward "[^0-9]")
        (forward-char 1)
        (point)))
   (forward-char 1)
   (re-search-forward "[^0-9]")
   (forward-char -1)
   (buffer-substring begin (point)))))))
 
(defun gud-call (fmt &optional arg)
  (let ((msg (gud-format-command fmt arg)))
    (message "Command: %s" msg)
    (sit-for 0)
    (gud-basic-call msg)))
 
(defun gud-basic-call (command)
  "Invoke the debugger COMMAND displaying source in other window."
  (interactive)
  (gud-set-buffer)
  (let ((command (concat command "\n"))
 (proc (get-buffer-process gud-comint-buffer)))
    (or proc (error "Current buffer has no process"))
    ;; Arrange for the current prompt to get deleted.
    (save-excursion
      (set-buffer gud-comint-buffer)
      (goto-char (process-mark proc))
      (beginning-of-line)
      (if (looking-at comint-prompt-regexp)
   (set-marker gud-delete-prompt-marker (point))))
    (process-send-string proc command)))
 
(defun gud-refresh (&optional arg)
  "Fix up a possibly garbled display, and redraw the arrow."
  (interactive "P")
  (recenter arg)
  (or gud-last-frame (setq gud-last-frame gud-last-last-frame))
  (gud-display-frame))
 
(defun gud-new-keymap (map)
  "Return a new keymap which inherits from MAP and has name `Gud'."
  (nconc (make-sparse-keymap "Gud") map))
 
(defun gud-make-debug-menu ()
  "Make sure the current local map has a [menu-bar debug] submap.
If it doesn't, replace it with a new map that inherits it,
and create such a submap in that new map."
  (use-local-map (gud-new-keymap (current-local-map)))
  (define-key (current-local-map) [menu-bar]
    (gud-new-keymap (lookup-key (current-local-map) [menu-bar])))
  (define-key (current-local-map) [menu-bar debug]
    (cons "Gud" (gud-new-keymap gud-menu-map))))

;;; Code for parsing expressions out of C code.  The single entry point is
;;; find-c-expr, which tries to return an lvalue _expression_ from around point.
;;;
;;; The rest of this file is a hacked version of gdbsrc.el by
;;; Debby Ayers <address@hidden>,
;;; Rich Schaefer <address@hidden> Schlumberger, Austin, Tx.
 
(defun gud-find-c-expr ()
  "Returns the C expr that surrounds point."
  (interactive)
  (save-excursion
    (let (p expr test-expr)
      (setq p (point))
      (setq expr (gud-innermost-expr))
      (setq test-expr (gud-prev-expr))
      (while (and test-expr (gud-expr-compound test-expr expr))
 (let ((prev-expr expr))
   (setq expr (cons (car test-expr) (cdr expr)))
   (goto-char (car expr))
   (setq test-expr (gud-prev-expr))
   ;; If we just pasted on the condition of an if or while,
   ;; throw it away again.
   (if (member (buffer-substring (car test-expr) (cdr test-expr))
        '("if" "while" "for"))
       (setq test-expr nil
      expr prev-expr))))
      (goto-char p)
      (setq test-expr (gud-next-expr))
      (while (gud-expr-compound expr test-expr)
 (setq expr (cons (car expr) (cdr test-expr)))
 (setq test-expr (gud-next-expr))
 )
      (buffer-substring (car expr) (cdr expr)))))
 
(defun gud-innermost-expr ()
  "Returns the smallest expr that point is in; move point to beginning of it.
The expr is represented as a cons cell, where the car specifies the point in
the current buffer that marks the beginning of the expr and the cdr specifies
the character after the end of the expr."
  (let ((p (point)) begin end)
    (gud-backward-sexp)
    (setq begin (point))
    (gud-forward-sexp)
    (setq end (point))
    (if (>= p end)
 (progn
  (setq begin p)
  (goto-char p)
  (gud-forward-sexp)
  (setq end (point)))
      )
    (goto-char begin)
    (cons begin end)))
 
(defun gud-backward-sexp ()
  "Version of `backward-sexp' that catches errors."
  (condition-case nil
      (backward-sexp)
    (error t)))
 
(defun gud-forward-sexp ()
  "Version of `forward-sexp' that catches errors."
  (condition-case nil
     (forward-sexp)
    (error t)))
 
(defun gud-prev-expr ()
  "Returns the previous expr, point is set to beginning of that expr.
The expr is represented as a cons cell, where the car specifies the point in
the current buffer that marks the beginning of the expr and the cdr specifies
the character after the end of the expr"
  (let ((begin) (end))
    (gud-backward-sexp)
    (setq begin (point))
    (gud-forward-sexp)
    (setq end (point))
    (goto-char begin)
    (cons begin end)))
 
(defun gud-next-expr ()
  "Returns the following expr, point is set to beginning of that expr.
The expr is represented as a cons cell, where the car specifies the point in
the current buffer that marks the beginning of the expr and the cdr specifies
the character after the end of the expr."
  (let ((begin) (end))
    (gud-forward-sexp)
    (gud-forward-sexp)
    (setq end (point))
    (gud-backward-sexp)
    (setq begin (point))
    (cons begin end)))
 
(defun gud-expr-compound-sep (span-start span-end)
  "Scan from SPAN-START to SPAN-END for punctuation characters.
If `->' is found, return `?.'.  If `.' is found, return `?.'.
If any other punctuation is found, return `??'.
If no punctuation is found, return `? '."
  (let ((result ?\ )
 (syntax))
    (while (< span-start span-end)
      (setq syntax (char-syntax (char-after span-start)))
      (cond
       ((= syntax ?\ ) t)
       ((= syntax ?.) (setq syntax (char-after span-start))
 (cond
  ((= syntax ?.) (setq result ?.))
  ((and (= syntax ?-) (= (char-after (+ span-start 1)) ?>))
   (setq result ?.)
   (setq span-start (+ span-start 1)))
  (t (setq span-start span-end)
     (setq result ??)))))
      (setq span-start (+ span-start 1)))
    result))
 
(defun gud-expr-compound (first second)
  "Non-nil if concatenating FIRST and SECOND makes a single C _expression_.
The two exprs are represented as a cons cells, where the car
specifies the point in the current buffer that marks the beginning of the
expr and the cdr specifies the character after the end of the expr.
Link exprs of the form:
      Expr -> Expr
      Expr . Expr
      Expr (Expr)
      Expr [Expr]
      (Expr) Expr
      [Expr] Expr"
  (let ((span-start (cdr first))
 (span-end (car second))
 (syntax))
    (setq syntax (gud-expr-compound-sep span-start span-end))
    (cond
     ((= (car first) (car second)) nil)
     ((= (cdr first) (cdr second)) nil)
     ((= syntax ?.) t)
     ((= syntax ?\ )
  (setq span-start (char-after (- span-start 1)))
  (setq span-end (char-after span-end))
  (cond
   ((= span-start ?)) t)
   ((= span-start ?]) t)
          ((= span-end ?() t)
   ((= span-end ?[) t)
   (t nil)))
     (t nil))))
 
(defun gud-find-class (f)
  "Find class corresponding to file f using the gud-jdb-classpath list
The values in this list are assumed to have been converted to absolute
pathname standards using file-truename."
  ;; Convert f to a standard representation and remove suffix
  (setq f (file-name-sans-extension (file-truename f)))
  (if gud-jdb-classpath
      (save-match-data
        (let ((cplist gud-jdb-classpath)
              class-found)
          ;; Search through classpath list for an entry that is contained in f
          (while (and cplist (not class-found))
            (if (string-match (car cplist) f)
                (setq class-found
                      (mapconcat (lambda(x) x)
                                 (split-string
                                   (substring f (+ (match-end 0) 1))
                                  "/") ".")))
            (setq cplist (cdr cplist)))
          (if (not class-found)
             (message "gud-find-class: class for file %s not found!" f))
          class-found))
    (message "gud-find-class: classpath information not available!")))
 
(provide 'gud)
 
;;; gud.el ends here

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