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* [SCM]  scox/strace: Merge branch 'master' into scox/strace
@ 2019-06-20 20:18 scox
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From: scox @ 2019-06-20 20:18 UTC (permalink / raw)
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commit 625ae1b6b5d4a9f805d97640ef99c897279324f7
Merge: 90309e6 680e1be
Author: Stan Cox <scox@redhat.com>
Date:   Thu Jun 20 16:15:47 2019 -0400

    Merge branch 'master' into scox/strace

commit 680e1beed31da40080f61a35f6ccd626de818056
Author: Tom Tromey <tromey@adacore.com>
Date:   Thu May 30 14:13:10 2019 -0600

    Fix crash when setting breakpoint condition
    
    gdb could crash when setting a breakpoint condition on a breakpoint
    when using the Ada language.  The problem occurred because the
    ada_evaluate_subexp would try to evaluate the array to compute its
    attributes, but evaluating can't really be done at this time.
    
    This patch fixes the problem by arranging not to try to evaluate in
    EVAL_AVOID_SIDE_EFFECTS mode when computing an attribute.
    
    Tested on x86-64 Fedora 29.  Because this is Ada-specific, and because
    Joel approved it internally, I am checking it in.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-06-19  Tom Tromey  <tromey@adacore.com>
    
    	* ada-lang.c (ada_evaluate_subexp) <case OP_ATR_FIRST>: Handle
    	EVAL_AVOID_SIDE_EFFECTS specially.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog
    2019-06-19  Tom Tromey  <tromey@adacore.com>
    
    	* gdb.ada/length_cond.exp: New file.
    	* gdb.ada/length_cond/length_cond.adb: New file.
    	* gdb.ada/length_cond/pck.adb: New file.
    	* gdb.ada/length_cond/pck.ads: New file.

commit dcf3792354ddcd6e10e59e32060e34b27246e7da
Author: Tom Tromey <tromey@adacore.com>
Date:   Tue Jun 18 12:18:24 2019 -0600

    Instantiate a single source highlighter
    
    It occurred to me that there's no reason to make a new source
    highlighter each time gdb needs to highlight some source code.
    Instead, a single one can be created and then simply reused each time.
    
    This patch implements this idea.  Tested on x86-64 Fedora 29.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-06-19  Tom Tromey  <tromey@adacore.com>
    
    	* source-cache.c (highlighter): New global.
    	(source_cache::get_source_lines): Create a highlighter on demand.

commit 6f5601c4d0ad43254244f1b624900cdd5afd02ba
Author: Alan Modra <amodra@gmail.com>
Date:   Wed Jun 19 13:55:59 2019 +0930

    PR24697, R_PPC_EMB_SDA21 relocation
    
    	PR 24697
    	* elf32-ppc.c (ppc_elf_relocate_section): Don't read insn for
    	R_PPC_EMB_RELSDA.  Mask low bit of R_PPC_EMB_SDA21 r_offset.

commit 4a4e7361d67cd9262be1413300795eede564f4cb
Author: Alan Modra <amodra@gmail.com>
Date:   Tue Jun 18 10:34:14 2019 +0930

    PowerPC64 notoc calls
    
    Calls from functions that don't have a valid toc pointer in r2 (these
    calls are marked with _NOTOC relocs) to functions that require r2
    valid must go via the callee global entry point.  This patch corrects
    the condition the linker was using to detect functions that require r2
    to be valid.  Values of both zero and one in st_other local entry bits
    mean a function doesn't care about r2.
    
    	* elf64-ppc.c (ppc64_elf_inline_plt): Correct st_other test for
    	functions that require r2 valid to use local entry.
    	(ppc64_elf_size_stubs, ppc64_elf_relocate_section): Likewise.

commit 312413cb844dcce24b0c30254f5789b77a54b0fc
Author: GDB Administrator <gdbadmin@sourceware.org>
Date:   Wed Jun 19 00:00:31 2019 +0000

    Automatic date update in version.in

commit 494986d596a977e1d24f9f068696f5b3e993ebf7
Author: Andrew Burgess <andrew.burgess@embecosm.com>
Date:   Tue Jun 18 13:08:36 2019 +0100

    gdb: Remove use of deprecated_interactive_hook
    
    The deprecated_interactive_hook is not used within GDB.  It is used in
    gdbtk, however this patch removes that use:
    
      https://sourceware.org/ml/insight/2019-q2/msg00001.html
    
    So I think there is no longer a reason to keep this hook around.
    
    This patch removes it.  There should be no user visible changes after
    this commit.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    
    	* defs.h (deprecated_interactive_hook): Delete declaration.
    	* interps.c (clear_interpreter_hooks): Remove use of
    	deprecated_interactive_hook.
    	* top.c (deprecated_interactive_hook): Delete definition.
    	* utils.c (maybe_quit): Remove use of deprecated_interactive_hook.

commit 0ed4690a67e2c4703d9088312de652d0d5f1aaaf
Author: Tom de Vries <tdevries@suse.de>
Date:   Tue Jun 18 19:03:38 2019 +0200

    [gdb/testsuite] Use -fuse-ld=gold in fission.exp
    
    The target board fission.exp requires the gold linker (because it supports
    --gdb-index).
    
    When running the target board on a system where the default linker is not
    gold, most tests will fail to compile.
    
    Fix this by adding "-fuse-ld=gold" ( supported in gcc since version 4.8).
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog:
    
    2019-06-18  Tom de Vries  <tdevries@suse.de>
    
    	* boards/fission.exp (debug_flags): Add "-fuse-ld=gold".

commit 3360b6e7963e3c579e50078e78d226ea63e2960f
Author: Tom de Vries <tdevries@suse.de>
Date:   Tue Jun 18 18:59:51 2019 +0200

    [gdb] Fix abstract_to_concrete type
    
    The test-case varval.exp fails here:
    ...
    FAIL: gdb.dwarf2/varval.exp: print varval2
    ...
    with boards readnow/cc-with-gdb-index/cc-with-debug-names, as well as if gdb
    is build with -fsanitize=address -lasan.
    
    The problem is that the abstract_to_concrete map in which we track the
    association of abstract to concrete DIEs (for DW_OP_GNU_variable_value
    support) has type std::unordered_map<die_info_ptr, std::vector<die_info_ptr>>,
    and the die_info_ptrs that we register in the map may be invalid by the time
    that we start to lookup DIEs in the map.
    
    Fix this by using the sect_offset instead to identify the DIEs in the map.
    
    Build and tested on x86_64-linux.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    
    2019-06-18  Tom de Vries  <tdevries@suse.de>
    
    	PR gdb/24515
    	* dwarf2read.h (abstract_to_concrete): Change type from
    	std::unordered_map<die_info_ptr, std::vector<die_info_ptr>> to
    	std::unordered_map<sect_offset, std::vector<sect_offset>>.
    	* dwarf2read.c (read_variable): Update.
    	(dwarf2_fetch_die_loc_sect_off): Update.

commit 4ed4690fc21b1d052092299f820f48694f3ef3eb
Author: Simon Marchi <simon.marchi@efficios.com>
Date:   Tue Jun 18 12:40:13 2019 -0400

    doc: fix false claim about second argument to gdb
    
    Section "Invoking GDB" of the manual states that if you try to launch
    gdb with:
    
      gdb program 1234
    
    it will try to attach to the process with id 1234, unless there is a
    file named 1234 in the current working directory, in which case it will
    try to open that file as a core.  In fact, when the second argument
    starts with a digit, GDB tries to attach to process 1234 first, before
    trying to open file 1234 as a core.  So that last remark is not true and
    therefore this patch removes it.
    
    The same remark is present in the man page, so it is removed there too.
    
    Section "Choosing Files" correctly states:
    
      If the second argument begins with a decimal digit, GDB will first
      attempt to attach to it as a process, and if that fails, attempt to
      open it as a corefile.
    
    so it is unchanged.
    
    Finally, the man page has an additional detail compared to section
    "Invoking GDB", regarding the use of the -p switch, so I added the same
    detail to the "Invoking GDB" section.
    
    gdb/doc/ChangeLog:
    
    	* gdb.texinfo (Invoking GDB): Remove sentence about how GDB
    	deals with a file that has the same name as the specified pid to
    	attach to.  Add example using -p option.
    	(gdb man): Remove same sentence as in previous item.

commit d20ed5fd574ce1b72543c2963fa53946eb2225de
Author: Tom Tromey <tromey@adacore.com>
Date:   Tue Jun 18 09:27:45 2019 -0600

    Add comment to list0.h
    
    Pedro suggested adding a comment to list0.h to explain the control
    character.
    
    Tested on x86-64 Fedora 29.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog
    2019-06-18  Tom Tromey  <tromey@adacore.com>
    
    	* gdb.base/list0.h: Add comment explaining control character.

commit 86e04673b48d5f8121f28b7958cc5a0d9dd01132
Author: Tom de Vries <tdevries@suse.de>
Date:   Tue Jun 18 08:52:16 2019 +0200

    [gdb/testsuite] Break up long debug_flags line in fission.exp
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog:
    
    2019-06-18  Tom de Vries  <tdevries@suse.de>
    
    	* boards/fission.exp: Break up long debug_flags line.

commit 5bb4fed3d48e4637015a89e40672c938c7f61e72
Author: GDB Administrator <gdbadmin@sourceware.org>
Date:   Tue Jun 18 00:00:13 2019 +0000

    Automatic date update in version.in

commit 310b3441a07cb07713a8065a39032504e098047b
Author: Tom de Vries <tdevries@suse.de>
Date:   Mon Jun 17 22:25:06 2019 +0200

    [gdb] Fix heap-buffer-overflow in child_path
    
    When compiling gdb with '-lasan -fsanitizer=address' and running tests with:
    - export ASAN_OPTIONS="detect_leaks=0:alloc_dealloc_mismatch=0", and
    - a target board using local-board.exp, which sets sysroot to ""
    we run into a heap-buffer-overflow in child_path for f.i. gdb.arch/amd64-byte:
    ...
    ==3997==ERROR: AddressSanitizer: heap-buffer-overflow on address \
      0x60200002abcf at pc 0x5602acdf6872 bp 0x7ffe5237a090 sp 0x7ffe5237a080
    READ of size 1 at 0x60200002abcf thread T0
        #0 0x5602acdf6871 in child_path(char const*, char const*) \
                          gdb/common/pathstuff.c:161
        #1 0x5602adb06587 in find_separate_debug_file gdb/symfile.c:1483
        #2 0x5602adb06f2f in find_separate_debug_file_by_debuglink[abi:cxx11](...) \
                          gdb/symfile.c:1563
        #3 0x5602ad13b743 in elf_symfile_read gdb/elfread.c:1293
        #4 0x5602adb01cfa in read_symbols gdb/symfile.c:798
        #5 0x5602adb03769 in syms_from_objfile_1 gdb/symfile.c:1000
        #6 0x5602adb039d0 in syms_from_objfile gdb/symfile.c:1017
        #7 0x5602adb04551 in symbol_file_add_with_addrs gdb/symfile.c:1124
        #8 0x5602adb04ebf in symbol_file_add_from_bfd(...) gdb/symfile.c:1204
        #9 0x5602ada5a78d in solib_read_symbols(...) gdb/solib.c:695
        #10 0x5602ada5bdae in solib_add(char const*, int, int) gdb/solib.c:1004
        #11 0x5602ada49bcd in enable_break gdb/solib-svr4.c:2394
        #12 0x5602ada4dae9 in svr4_solib_create_inferior_hook gdb/solib-svr4.c:3028
        #13 0x5602ada5d4f1 in solib_create_inferior_hook(int) gdb/solib.c:1215
        #14 0x5602ad347f66 in post_create_inferior(target_ops*, int) \
                              gdb/infcmd.c:467
        #15 0x5602ad348b3c in run_command_1 gdb/infcmd.c:663
        #16 0x5602ad348e55 in run_command gdb/infcmd.c:686
        #17 0x5602acd7d32b in do_const_cfunc gdb/cli/cli-decode.c:106
        #18 0x5602acd84bfe in cmd_func(cmd_list_element*, char const*, int) \
                              gdb/cli/cli-decode.c:1892
        #19 0x5602adc62a90 in execute_command(char const*, int) gdb/top.c:630
        #20 0x5602ad5053e6 in catch_command_errors gdb/main.c:372
        #21 0x5602ad507eb1 in captured_main_1 gdb/main.c:1138
        #22 0x5602ad5081ec in captured_main gdb/main.c:1163
        #23 0x5602ad508281 in gdb_main(captured_main_args*) gdb/main.c:1188
        #24 0x5602ac9ddc3a in main gdb/gdb.c:32
        #25 0x7f582b56eb96 in __libc_start_main \
                           (/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libc.so.6+0x21b96)
        #26 0x5602ac9dda09 in _start \
                           (/home/smarchi/build/binutils-gdb/gdb/gdb+0x19a2a09)
    
    0x60200002abcf is located 1 bytes to the left of 1-byte region \
      [0x60200002abd0,0x60200002abd1)
    allocated by thread T0 here:
        #0 0x7f582e0e4b50 in __interceptor_malloc \
                          (/usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libasan.so.4+0xdeb50)
        #1 0x5602acdd3656 in xmalloc gdb/common/common-utils.c:44
        #2 0x5602aefe17d1 in xstrdup libiberty/xstrdup.c:34
        #3 0x5602acdf61f6 in gdb_realpath(char const*) gdb/common/pathstuff.c:80
        #4 0x5602adb06278 in find_separate_debug_file gdb/symfile.c:1444
        #5 0x5602adb06f2f in find_separate_debug_file_by_debuglink[abi:cxx11](...) \
                          gdb/symfile.c:1563
        #6 0x5602ad13b743 in elf_symfile_read gdb/elfread.c:1293
        #7 0x5602adb01cfa in read_symbols gdb/symfile.c:798
        #8 0x5602adb03769 in syms_from_objfile_1 gdb/symfile.c:1000
        #9 0x5602adb039d0 in syms_from_objfile gdb/symfile.c:1017
        #10 0x5602adb04551 in symbol_file_add_with_addrs gdb/symfile.c:1124
        #11 0x5602adb04ebf in symbol_file_add_from_bfd(...) gdb/solib.c:695
        #13 0x5602ada5bdae in solib_add(char const*, int, int) gdb/solib.c:1004
        #14 0x5602ada49bcd in enable_break gdb/solib-svr4.c:2394
        #15 0x5602ada4dae9 in svr4_solib_create_inferior_hook gdb/solib-svr4.c:3028
        #16 0x5602ada5d4f1 in solib_create_inferior_hook(int) gdb/solib.c:1215
        #17 0x5602ad347f66 in post_create_inferior(target_ops*, int) \
                           gdb/infcmd.c:467
        #18 0x5602ad348b3c in run_command_1 gdb/infcmd.c:663
        #19 0x5602ad348e55 in run_command gdb/infcmd.c:686
        #20 0x5602acd7d32b in do_const_cfunc gdb/cli/cli-decode.c:106
        #21 0x5602acd84bfe in cmd_func(cmd_list_element*, char const*, int) \
                           gdb/cli/cli-decode.c:1892
        #22 0x5602adc62a90 in execute_command(char const*, int) gdb/top.c:630
        #23 0x5602ad5053e6 in catch_command_errors gdb/main.c:372
        #24 0x5602ad507eb1 in captured_main_1 gdb/main.c:1138
        #25 0x5602ad5081ec in captured_main gdb/main.c:1163
        #26 0x5602ad508281 in gdb_main(captured_main_args*) gdb/main.c:1188
        #27 0x5602ac9ddc3a in main gdb/gdb.c:32
        #28 0x7f582b56eb96 in __libc_start_main \
                           (/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libc.so.6+0x21b96)
    
    SUMMARY: AddressSanitizer: heap-buffer-overflow gdb/common/pathstuff.c:161 \
      in child_path(char const*, char const*)
    Shadow bytes around the buggy address:
      0x0c047fffd520: fa fa fd fd fa fa fd fd fa fa fd fa fa fa fd fa
      0x0c047fffd530: fa fa fd fa fa fa fd fa fa fa fd fa fa fa fd fa
      0x0c047fffd540: fa fa fd fa fa fa fd fa fa fa fd fa fa fa fd fa
      0x0c047fffd550: fa fa fd fd fa fa fd fd fa fa fd fd fa fa fd fa
      0x0c047fffd560: fa fa fd fa fa fa fd fa fa fa fd fa fa fa 00 00
    =>0x0c047fffd570: fa fa 07 fa fa fa 00 fa fa[fa]01 fa fa fa fa fa
      0x0c047fffd580: fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa
      0x0c047fffd590: fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa
      0x0c047fffd5a0: fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa
      0x0c047fffd5b0: fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa
      0x0c047fffd5c0: fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa
    Shadow byte legend (one shadow byte represents 8 application bytes):
      Addressable:           00
      Partially addressable: 01 02 03 04 05 06 07
      Heap left redzone:       fa
      Freed heap region:       fd
      Stack left redzone:      f1
      Stack mid redzone:       f2
      Stack right redzone:     f3
      Stack after return:      f5
      Stack use after scope:   f8
      Global redzone:          f9
      Global init order:       f6
      Poisoned by user:        f7
      Container overflow:      fc
      Array cookie:            ac
      Intra object redzone:    bb
      ASan internal:           fe
      Left alloca redzone:     ca
      Right alloca redzone:    cb
    ==3997==ABORTING
    ...
    
    The direct cause is that child_path gets called with parent == "", so this
    test:
    ...
      if (IS_DIR_SEPARATOR (parent[parent_len - 1]))
    ...
    accesses parent[-1].
    
    [ There is an open discussion (1) about whether an empty sysroot should indeed
    be represented internally as "".  But this patch focuses on fixing the
    heap-buffer-overflow without any redesign. ]
    
    Fix this by guarding the test with 'parent_len > 0'.
    
    Note that the fix makes child_path behave the same for:
    - parent == "/" && child == "/foo" (returns "foo")
    - parent == "" and child == "/foo" (returns "foo").
    
    Build and reg-tested on x86_64-linux.
    
    (1) https://sourceware.org/ml/gdb-patches/2019-05/msg00193.html
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    
    2019-06-17  Tom de Vries  <tdevries@suse.de>
    
    	PR gdb/24617
    	* common/pathstuff.c (child_path): Make sure parent_len > 0 before
    	accessing parent[parent_len - 1].

commit ba9777bef059df0926ad5dd6813d5785cb652ccf
Author: Paul Pluzhnikov <ppluzhnikov@google.com>
Date:   Mon Jun 17 10:49:15 2019 -0700

    PR gdb/24364: Don't call dtrace_process_dof with NULL dof.

commit 6e1c90b7f5d60aedc547dd84873d1c9291eefcdc
Author: H.J. Lu <hjl.tools@gmail.com>
Date:   Mon Jun 17 10:20:04 2019 -0700

    i386: Check vector length for vshufXXX/vinsertXXX/vextractXXX
    
    Since not all vector lengths are supported by vshufXXX, vinsertXXX and
    vextractXXX, decode them only with supported vector lengths.
    
    gas/
    
    	PR binutils/24691
    	* testsuite/gas/i386/disassem.s: Add test for vshuff32x4 with
    	invalid vector length.
    	* testsuite/gas/i386/x86-64-disassem.s: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/gas/i386/disassem.d: Updated.
    	* testsuite/gas/i386/x86-64-disassem.d: Likewise.
    
    opcodes/
    
    	PR binutils/24691
    	* i386-dis-evex.h (evex_table): Update EVEX_W_0F3A23_P_2,
    	EVEX_W_0F3A38_P_2, EVEX_W_0F3A39_P_2, EVEX_W_0F3A3A_P_2,
    	EVEX_W_0F3A3B_P_2 and EVEX_W_0F3A43_P_2.
    	(evex_len_table): Add EVEX_LEN_0F3A23_P_2_W_0,
    	EVEX_LEN_0F3A23_P_2_W_1, EVEX_LEN_0F3A38_P_2_W_0,
    	EVEX_LEN_0F3A38_P_2_W_1, EVEX_LEN_0F3A39_P_2_W_0,
    	EVEX_LEN_0F3A39_P_2_W_1, EVEX_LEN_0F3A3A_P_2_W_0,
    	EVEX_LEN_0F3A3A_P_2_W_1, EVEX_LEN_0F3A3B_P_2_W_0,
    	EVEX_LEN_0F3A3B_P_2_W_1, EVEX_LEN_0F3A43_P_2_W_0 and
    	EVEX_LEN_0F3A43_P_2_W_1.
    	* i386-dis.c (EVEX_LEN_0F3A23_P_2_W_0): New enum.
    	(EVEX_LEN_0F3A23_P_2_W_1): Likewise.
    	(EVEX_LEN_0F3A38_P_2_W_0): Likewise.
    	(EVEX_LEN_0F3A38_P_2_W_1): Likewise.
    	(EVEX_LEN_0F3A39_P_2_W_0): Likewise.
    	(EVEX_LEN_0F3A39_P_2_W_1): Likewise.
    	(EVEX_LEN_0F3A3A_P_2_W_0): Likewise.
    	(EVEX_LEN_0F3A3A_P_2_W_1): Likewise.
    	(EVEX_LEN_0F3A3B_P_2_W_0): Likewise.
    	(EVEX_LEN_0F3A3B_P_2_W_1): Likewise.
    	(EVEX_LEN_0F3A43_P_2_W_0): Likewise.
    	(EVEX_LEN_0F3A43_P_2_W_1): Likewise.

commit 39c05d9435893ed0b51c4b5c8e95fe977b983921
Author: Szabolcs Nagy <szabolcs.nagy@arm.com>
Date:   Mon Jun 10 16:40:54 2019 +0100

    aarch64: remove unnecessary loc_hash_table traversal
    
    The loc_hash_table should only contain local ifunc symbols. The current
    code already aborts if there is anything else and for defined ifunc
    symbols elfNN_aarch64_allocate_dynrelocs is a no-op.
    
    bfd/ChangeLog:
    
    	* elfnn-aarch64.c (elfNN_aarch64_allocate_local_dynrelocs): Remove.
    	(elfNN_aarch64_size_dynamic_sections): Remove loc_hash_table traversal
    	with elfNN_aarch64_allocate_local_dynrelocs.

commit 08bb0061ba5c8826c1ec4d273d539cb32b5c217e
Author: GDB Administrator <gdbadmin@sourceware.org>
Date:   Mon Jun 17 00:00:13 2019 +0000

    Automatic date update in version.in

commit 2b9f6e89d67b342593734d14f328625848fa5156
Author: Tom de Vries <tdevries@suse.de>
Date:   Sun Jun 16 23:57:17 2019 +0200

    [gdb/contrib] Fix gdb/contrib/gdb-add-index.sh for dwz-m-ed execs
    
    Atm gdb-add-index.exp fails with target board cc-with-dwz-m.
    
    Fix this by updating gdb/contrib/gdb-add-index.sh to handle a dwz-m-ed
    executable.
    
    Tested on x86_64-linux.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    
    2019-06-16  Tom de Vries  <tdevries@suse.de>
    
    	PR gdb/24445
    	* contrib/gdb-add-index.sh: Update to handle dwz-m-ed executable.

commit 431b3eadc4f842231d404e7e995ae5c1dbd28414
Author: Tom Tromey <tom@tromey.com>
Date:   Sun Jun 16 14:10:25 2019 -0600

    Don't cast a tui_win_info directly to tui_gen_win_info
    
    I found a few spots that directly cast a tui_win_info to a
    tui_gen_win_info.  However, I think it's a bit better here to take the
    address of the "generic" member.  As far as I know, nothing relies on
    being able to downcast here, so this gives us the freedom to rearrange
    the structure.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-06-16  Tom Tromey  <tom@tromey.com>
    
    	* tui/tui-wingeneral.c (tui_unhighlight_win, tui_highlight_win)
    	(make_all_visible): Use address of member.

commit d04b44a16cdfde95de487bcedd541c6e71d82676
Author: Tom Tromey <tom@tromey.com>
Date:   Sun Jun 16 13:48:21 2019 -0600

    Remove more unnecessary casts of NULL
    
    I found a few more spots that unnecessarily cast NULL to a pointer
    type.  My earlier search included a "*" in the cast, but these use a
    typedef to a pointer type instead.  This patch removes these casts.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-06-16  Tom Tromey  <tom@tromey.com>
    
    	* tui/tui-data.c (tui_clear_win_detail, init_win_info)
    	(tui_free_window, free_content, free_content_elements): Remove
    	unnecessary cast.
    	* tui/tui-windata.c (tui_display_all_data): Remove unnecessary
    	cast.
    	* tui/tui-regs.c (tui_show_register_group)
    	(tui_display_registers_from, tui_display_reg_element_at_line):
    	Remove unnecessary cast.

commit bf5142e7fef4e2eca5d98cf805dbadc737118c1e
Author: Andrew Burgess <andrew.burgess@embecosm.com>
Date:   Sun Jun 16 17:34:22 2019 +0100

    gdb: Remove unused signal mask
    
    In the following commit:
    
        commit 7feb7d068ae65557ede03c36468ebac61b0939ca
        Date:   Mon May 11 12:08:03 2009 +0000
    
    The last useful uses of normal_mask in linux-nat.c were removed, since
    then this variable has sat around being initialised, but never used.
    There should be no user visible changes after this commit.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    
    	* linux-nat.c (normal_mask): Delete.
    	(_initialize_linux_nat): Don't initialise normal_mask.

commit c4973306879b6079bdfc997474a2cbbd89f49bd2
Author: Simon Marchi <simon.marchi@polymtl.ca>
Date:   Sun Jun 16 10:13:56 2019 -0400

    Write index for dwz -m file
    
    PR 24445 ("dwz multifile index not written to index cache") exposed the
    fact that we are not doing things right when we generate an index for an
    object file that has is linked to a dwz file.  The same happens whether
    the index is generated with the intent of populating the index cache or
    using the save gdb-index command.
    
    The problem can be observed when running these tests with the
    cc-with-dwz-m board:
    
        FAIL: gdb.base/index-cache.exp: test_cache_enabled_hit: check index-cache stats
        FAIL: gdb.dwarf2/gdb-index.exp: index used
        FAIL: gdb.dwarf2/gdb-index.exp: index used after symbol reloading
    
    When generating the index for such file and inspecting the CU list of the
    resulting index (with readelf --debug-dump=gdb_index), we can see something
    like:
    
        CU table:
        [  0] 0x0 - 0xb9
        [  1] 0x0 - 0x44
    
    This is supposed to be a sorted list of the ranges of all CUs in the
    file this index represents, so already having some overlap is a red
    flag.  It turns out that we save the ranges of CUs coming from both the
    main file and the dwz file in the same index.
    
    After digging a little bit, it became quite obvious that the index in
    the main file should only list the CUs present in the main file, and a
    separate index should be generated for the dwz file, listing the CUs
    present in that file.
    
    First, that's what happens if you run dwz on a file that already has a
    GDB index embedded.  Second, dwarf2read.c has code to read an index from
    a dwz file.  The index in the dwz file is actually required to be
    present, if the main file has an index.
    
    So this patch changes write_psymtabs_to_index to generate an index for
    the dwz file, if present.  That index only contains a CU list, just like
    what the dwz tool does when processing a file that already contains an
    index.
    
    Some notes about the implementation:
    
    - The file management (creating a temp file, make sure it's
      close/removed on error - in the right order) is a bit heavy in
      write_psymtabs_to_index, and I needed to add a third file.  I factored
      this pattern in a separate class, index_wip_file.
    - It became a bit tedious to keep the call to assert_file_size in
      write_psymtabs_to_index, write_gdbindex would have had to return two
      sizes.  Instead, I moved the calls to assert_file_size where the file
      is written.  The downside is that we lose the filename at this point,
      but it was only used for the very improbable case of ftell failing, so
      I think it's not a problem.
    - The actual writing of the index file is factored out to
      write_gdbindex_1, so it can be re-used for both index files.
    - While the "save gdb-index" command will now write two .gdb-index
      files, this patch does not update the gdb-add-index.sh script, this
      will come in a later patch.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    
    YYYY-MM-DD  Simon Marchi  <simon.marchi@efficios.com>
    
    	PR gdb/24445
    	* dwarf-index-write.h (write_psymtabs_to_index): Add
    	dwz_basename parameter.
    	* dwarf-index-write.c (write_gdbindex): Move file writing to
    	write_gdbindex_1.  Change return type void.
    	(assert_file_size): Move up, remove filename parameter.
    	(write_gdbindex_1): New function.
    	(write_debug_names): Change return type to void, call
    	assert_file_size.
    	(struct index_wip_file): New struct.
    	(write_psymtabs_to_index): Add dwz_basename parameter.  Move
    	file logic to index_wip_file.  Write index for dwz file if
    	needed.
    	(save_gdb_index_command): Pass basename of dwz file, if present.
    	* dwarf-index-cache.c (index_cache::store): Obtain and pass
    	build-id of dwz file, if present.
    	* dwarf2read.c (struct dwz_file): Move to dwarf2read.h.
    	(dwarf2_get_dwz_file): Likewise.
    	* dwarf2read.h (struct dwz_file): Move from dwarf2read.c.
    	(dwarf2_get_dwz_file): Likewise.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog:
    
    YYYY-MM-DD  Tom de Vries  <tdevries@suse.de>
    
    	PR gdb/24445
    	* gdb.dwarf2/gdb-index.exp (add_gdb_index): Update dwz file with
    	generated index.

commit 395f9c911460b3e868c0b700e831c7f92746fad7
Author: Tom Tromey <tom@tromey.com>
Date:   Sun Jun 16 10:00:52 2019 -0600

    Replace uses of concat with xstrdup
    
    I noticed a couple of spots using concat that could use xstrdup
    instead.  This patch fixes these.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-06-16  Tom Tromey  <tom@tromey.com>
    
    	* coffread.c (process_coff_symbol): Use xstrdup.
    	* value.c (create_internalvar): Use xstrdup.

commit cafb34387d063fa47bc2cdb33fc3fe2f13e6cec0
Author: Tom Tromey <tom@tromey.com>
Date:   Sun Jun 16 09:56:35 2019 -0600

    Remove unnecessary casts of NULL
    
    I noticed some unnecessary casts of NULL.  This removes all the
    unnecessary ones, leaving only ones where we must ensure that NULL has
    pointer type for passing through varargs.
    
    I removed a couple of useless casts of 0 that I noticed while writing
    this.
    
    Tested by rebuilding.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-06-16  Tom Tromey  <tom@tromey.com>
    
    	* valops.c (value_cast, value_slice): Remove unnecessary cast.
    	* breakpoint.c (stopin_command, stopat_command)
    	(until_break_command, decode_location_default): Remove unnecessary
    	cast.
    	* utils.c (subset_compare): Remove unnecessary cast.
    	* ada-lang.c (ada_update_initial_language): Remove unnecessary
    	cast.
    	* linespec.c (decode_line_with_last_displayed): Remove unnecessary
    	cast.
    	* infcmd.c (path_command): Remove unnecessary cast.
    	* coffread.c (decode_type): Remove unnecessary cast.
    	* xcoffread.c (read_xcoff_symtab): Remove unnecessary cast.
    	* mipsread.c (mipscoff_symfile_read): Remove unnecessary cast.
    	* tui/tui-stack.c (tui_show_locator_content)
    	(tui_show_frame_info): Remove unnecessary cast.
    	* tui/tui-win.c (tui_scroll_forward_command)
    	(tui_scroll_backward_command, tui_set_focus, tui_set_win_height)
    	(parse_scrolling_args): Remove unnecessary cast.
    	* tui/tui-data.c (init_win_info, tui_del_window)
    	(tui_free_window, tui_del_data_windows, tui_free_data_content)
    	(free_content_elements): Remove unnecessary cast.
    	* tui/tui-windata.c (tui_first_data_item_displayed): Remove
    	unnecessary cast.
    	* tui/tui-source.c (tui_set_source_content)
    	(tui_vertical_source_scroll): Remove unnecessary cast.
    	* tui/tui-layout.c (tui_default_win_height): Remove unnecessary
    	cast.
    	* tui/tui-io.c (tui_initialize_io): Remove unnecessary cast.
    	* tui/tui-regs.c (tui_display_registers_from)
    	(tui_display_register): Remove unnecessary cast.
    	* tui/tui-wingeneral.c (tui_refresh_win, tui_delete_win)
    	(tui_unhighlight_win, tui_highlight_win, tui_make_window)
    	(make_visible): Remove unnecessary cast.
    	* tui/tui-winsource.c (tui_erase_source_content)
    	(tui_update_breakpoint_info, tui_set_exec_info_content): Remove
    	unnecessary cast.
    	* ax-gdb.c (agent_command_1): Remove unnecessary cast.
    	* cli/cli-setshow.c (cmd_show_list): Remove unnecessary cast.
    	* stabsread.c (read_type, read_array_type, read_range_type):
    	Remove unnecessary cast.
    	* mdebugread.c (mdebug_build_psymtabs): Remove unnecessary cast.
    	(parse_symbol, parse_type, upgrade_type, parse_external)
    	(parse_partial_symbols, psymtab_to_symtab_1, cross_ref): Remove
    	unnecessary cast.
    	* gdb_bfd.c (gdb_bfd_map_section): Remove unnecessary cast.

commit 93cb9841d68263174a600dc70af742a8e2eabfc6
Author: Andrew Burgess <andrew.burgess@embecosm.com>
Date:   Sun Jun 16 16:17:59 2019 +0100

    gdb/testsuite: Improve detection of bug gdb/24541
    
    In bug gdb/24686 a testsuite failure was reported, this failure was
    actually just another instance of bug gdb/24541, however, due to the
    non-deterministic nature of bug gdb/24541 the testsuite pattern that
    was intended to catch this bug failed.
    
    This commit adds a second pattern to help detect gdb/24541, which
    should change the FAIL reported in gdb/24686 into a KFAIL.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog:
    
    	PR gdb/24686
    	* gdb.mi/mi-catch-cpp-exceptions.exp: Add an extra pattern to
    	improve detection of bug gdb/24541.

commit 730ead81dfffc181f79a4b79ba8abf6850e63596
Author: Tom Tromey <tom@tromey.com>
Date:   Sat Jun 15 16:06:27 2019 -0600

    Remove some NULL checks from the TUI
    
    I found a few spots in the TUI that were NULL-checking the result of
    XNEW.  This cannot return NULL, so this patch removes the checks.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-06-16  Tom Tromey  <tom@tromey.com>
    
    	* tui/tui-data.c (tui_alloc_generic_win_info)
    	(tui_alloc_win_info, tui_add_content_elements): Remove NULL
    	checks.

commit e79be6e5f33d52b2bbb6aafdc61659a4bbb55849
Author: Simon Marchi <simon.marchi@polymtl.ca>
Date:   Sun Jun 16 10:00:39 2019 -0400

    Fix some whitespace issues in gdb ChangeLogs

commit 399aaebd1a5e9e3971758396bd0c5c3ec5ae2386
Author: Simon Marchi <simon.marchi@polymtl.ca>
Date:   Sun Jun 16 09:07:16 2019 -0400

    Make gdb.base/index-cache.exp work with readnow board (PR 24669)
    
    The gdb.base/index-cache.exp test fails with the readnow board:
    
      $ make check TESTS="gdb.base/index-cache.exp" RUNTESTFLAGS="--target_board=readnow"
      FAIL: gdb.base/index-cache.exp: test_cache_enabled_miss: at least one file was created
      FAIL: gdb.base/index-cache.exp: test_cache_enabled_miss: expected file is there
      FAIL: gdb.base/index-cache.exp: test_cache_enabled_miss: check index-cache stats
      FAIL: gdb.base/index-cache.exp: test_cache_enabled_hit: check index-cache stats
    
    The problem is similar to what was fixed in
    
      5a56d6a65f84 ("[gdb/testsuite] Fix index-cache.exp with cc-with-{gdb-index,debug-names}")
    
    In that commit, gdb.base/index-cache.exp was modified to account for the
    fact that the index cache is not used when the binary already has an
    embedded index.
    
    The same situation happens when GDB is started with the -readnow flag:
    it bypasses indices and partial symbols.  So this patch updates the test
    to also expect the index cache not to be used if -readnow is present in
    $GDBFLAGS,
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog:
    
    	PR gdb/24669
    	* gdb.base/index-cache.exp (uses_readnow,
    	expecting_index_cache_use): Define global variable.
    	(test_cache_enabled_miss, test_cache_enabled_hit): Use
    	expecting_index_cache_use.

commit 6ac6a19371b72f848626666af5301612b76e800e
Author: GDB Administrator <gdbadmin@sourceware.org>
Date:   Sun Jun 16 00:01:04 2019 +0000

    Automatic date update in version.in

commit 584a927c5ad0d18e9995a0049066b6c503bb7482
Author: Andrew Burgess <andrew.burgess@embecosm.com>
Date:   Fri Mar 1 11:12:33 2019 +0000

    gdb/fortran: Show the type for non allocated / associated types
    
    Show the type of not-allocated and/or not-associated types.  For array
    types and pointer to array types we are going to print the number of
    ranks.
    
    Consider this Fortran program:
    
      program test
        integer, allocatable :: vla (:)
        logical l
        allocate (vla(5:12))
        l = allocated (vla)
      end program test
    
    And this GDB session with current HEAD:
    
      (gdb) start
      ...
      2	  integer, allocatable :: vla (:)
      (gdb) n
      4	  allocate (vla(5:12))
      (gdb) ptype vla
      type = <not allocated>
      (gdb) p vla
      $1 = <not allocated>
      (gdb)
    
    And the same session with this patch applied:
    
      (gdb) start
      ...
      2	  integer, allocatable :: vla (:)
      (gdb) n
      4	  allocate (vla(5:12))
      (gdb) ptype vla
      type = integer(kind=4), allocatable (:)
      (gdb) p vla
      $1 = <not allocated>
      (gdb)
    
    The type of 'vla' is now printed correctly, while the value itself
    still shows as '<not allocated>'.  How GDB prints the type of
    associated pointers has changed in a similar way.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    
    	* f-typeprint.c (f_print_type): Don't return early for not
    	associated or not allocated types.
    	(f_type_print_varspec_suffix): Add print_rank parameter and print
    	ranks of array types in case they dangling.
    	(f_type_print_base): Add print_rank parameter.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog:
    
    	* gdb.fortran/pointers.f90: New file.
    	* gdb.fortran/print_type.exp: New file.
    	* gdb.fortran/vla-ptype.exp: Adapt expected results.
    	* gdb.fortran/vla-type.exp: Likewise.
    	* gdb.fortran/vla-value.exp: Likewise.
    	* gdb.mi/mi-vla-fortran.exp: Likewise.

commit 30056ea04ae3ecd828e2a06e12e6f174ae6659c9
Author: Andrew Burgess <andrew.burgess@embecosm.com>
Date:   Wed May 8 19:01:36 2019 +0100

    gdb/mi: New commands to catch C++ exceptions
    
    Adds some MI commands to catch C++ exceptions.  The new commands are
    -catch-throw, -catch-rethrow, and -catch-catch, these all correspond
    to the CLI commands 'catch throw', 'catch rethrow', and 'catch catch'.
    
    Each MI command takes two optional arguments, '-t' has the effect of
    calling 'tcatch' instead of 'catch', for example:
    
       (gdb)
       -catch-throw -t
    
    Is the same as:
    
       (gdb) tcatch throw
    
    There is also a '-r REGEXP' argument that can supply a regexp to match
    against the exception type, so:
    
       (gdb)
       -catch-catch -r PATTERN
    
    Is the same as:
    
       (gdb) catch catch PATTERN
    
    The change in print_mention_exception_catchpoint might seem a little
    strange; changing the output from using ui_out::field_int and
    ui_out::text to using  ui_out::message.
    
    The print_mention_exception_catchpoint is used as the 'print_mention'
    method for the exception catchpoint breakpoint object.  Most of the
    other 'print_mention' methods (see breakpoint.c) use either
    printf_filtered, of ui_out::message.  Using field_int was causing an
    unexpected field to be added to the MI output.  Here's the output
    without the change in print_mention_exception_catchpoint:
    
        (gdb)
        -catch-throw
        ^done,bkptno="1",bkpt={number="1",type="breakpoint",disp="keep",
                               enabled="y",addr="0x00000000004006c0",
                               what="exception throw",catch-type="throw",
                               thread-groups=["i1"],times="0"}
    
    Notice the breakpoint number appears in both the 'bkptno' field, and
    the 'number' field within the 'bkpt' tuple.  Here's the output with
    the change in print_mention_exception_catchpoint:
    
        (gdb)
        -catch-throw
        ^done,bkpt={number="1",type="breakpoint",disp="keep",
                    enabled="y",addr="0x00000000004006c0",
                    what="exception throw",catch-type="throw",
                    thread-groups=["i1"],times="0"}
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    
    	* NEWS: Mention new MI commands.
    	* break-catch-throw.c (enum exception_event_kind): Move to
    	breakpoint.h.
    	(print_mention_exception_catchpoint): Output text as a single
    	message.
    	(catch_exception_command_1): Rename to...
    	(catch_exception_event): ...this, make non-static, update header
    	command, and change some parameter types.
    	(catch_catch_command): Update for changes to
    	catch_exception_command_1.
    	(catch_throw_command): Likewise.
    	(catch_rethrow_command): Likewise.
    	* breakpoint.c (enum exception_event_kind): Delete.
    	* breakpoint.h (enum exception_event_kind): Moved here from
    	break-catch-throw.c.
    	(catch_exception_event): Declare.
    	* mi/mi-cmd-catch.c (mi_cmd_catch_exception_event): New function.
    	(mi_cmd_catch_throw): New function.
    	(mi_cmd_catch_rethrow): New function.
    	(mi_cmd_catch_catch): New function.
    	* mi/mi-cmds.c (mi_cmds): Add 'catch-throw', 'catch-rethrow', and
    	'catch-catch' entries.
    	* mi/mi-cmds.h (mi_cmd_catch_throw): Declare.
    	(mi_cmd_catch_rethrow): Declare.
    	(mi_cmd_catch_catch): Declare.
    
    gdb/doc/ChangeLog:
    
    	* gdb.texinfo (GDB/MI Catchpoint Commands): Add menu entry to new
    	node.
    	(C++ Exception GDB/MI Catchpoint Commands): New node to describe
    	new MI commands.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog:
    
    	* gdb.mi/mi-catch-cpp-exceptions.cc: New file.
    	* gdb.mi/mi-catch-cpp-exceptions.exp: New file.
    	* lib/mi-support.exp (mi_expect_stop): Handle 'exception-caught'
    	as a stop reason.

commit ec8e2b6d3051f0b4b2a8eee9917898e95046c62f
Author: Andrew Burgess <andrew.burgess@embecosm.com>
Date:   Fri Jun 14 23:43:00 2019 +0100

    gdb: Don't allow annotations to influence what else GDB prints
    
    The annotations should be additional information printed by GDB to be
    consumed by users (GUIs), but GDB shouldn't reduce what it prints
    based on whether annotations are on or not.  However, this is what
    happens for annotate_source_line.
    
    This commit makes annotate_source_line a void function that simply
    outputs the annotation information, GDB will then print the contents
    of the source line to the terminal in the normal way.
    
    Some tests needed to be updated after this commit.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    
    	* annotate.c (annotate_source_line): Change return type to void,
    	update implementation to match.
    	* annotate.h (annotate_source_line): Change return type to void,
    	update header comment.
    	* stack.c (print_frame_info): Don't change what frame information
    	is printed based on whether annotations are on or not.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog:
    
    	* gdb.base/annota1.exp: Update expected results.
    	* gdb.cp/annota2.exp: Likewise.
    	* gdb.cp/annota3.exp: Likewise.

commit 0d3abd8cc936360f8c46502135edd2e646473438
Author: Andrew Burgess <andrew.burgess@embecosm.com>
Date:   Wed Jun 12 22:34:26 2019 +0100

    gdb: Remove an update of current_source_line and current_source_symtab
    
    While reviewing some of the annotation code I noticed that
    identify_source_line (in source.c) sets current_source_line,
    current_source_symtab, and also calls clear_lines_listed_range.  This
    seems a little strange, identify_source_line is really a wrapper
    around annotate_source, and is only called when annotation_level is
    greater than 0 (so annotations are turned on).
    
    It seems weird (to me) that when annotations are on we update GDB's
    idea of the "current" line/symtab, but when they are off we don't,
    given that annotations are really about communicating GDB's state to a
    user (GUI) and surely shouldn't be changing GDB's behaviour.
    
    This commit removes from identify_source_line all of the setting of
    current line/symtab and the call to clear_lines_listed_range, after
    doing this GDB still passes all tests, so I don't believe these lines
    were actually required.
    
    With this code removed identify_source_line is only a wrapper around
    annotate_source, so I moved identify_source_line to annotate.c and
    renamed it to annotate_source_line.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    
    	* annotate.c: Add 'source.h' and 'objfiles.h' includes.
    	(annotate_source): Make static.
    	(annotate_source_line): Moved from source.c and renamed from
    	identify_source_line.  Update the return type.
    	* annotate.h (annotate_source): Delete declaration.
    	(annotate_source_line): Declaration moved from source.h, and
    	renamed from identify_source_line.  Return type updated.
    	* source.c (identify_source_line): Moved to annotate.c and renamed
    	to annotate_source_line.
    	(info_line_command): Remove check of annotation_level.
    	* source.h (identify_source_line): Move declaration to annotate.h
    	and rename to annotate_source_line.
    	* stack.c: Add 'annotate.h' include.
    	(print_frame_info): Remove check of annotation_level before
    	calling annotate_source_line.

commit 00df30ae1ea6db8f3693cad8a499f55f1d66e913
Author: Andrew Burgess <andrew.burgess@embecosm.com>
Date:   Fri Jun 14 22:16:52 2019 +0100

    gdb: New function to open source file and compute line charpos data
    
    Every place that a symtab's line_charpos data is loaded always follows
    the same pattern, so create a new function to contain this logic and
    make use of it throughout GDB.
    
    There should be no user visible changes after this commit.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    
    	* source-cache.c (source_cache::get_plain_source_lines): Use
    	open_source_file_with_line_charpos instead of just
    	open_source_file, remove call to find_source_lines.
    	(source_cache::get_source_lines): Likewise.
    	* source.c (find_source_lines): Make static.
    	(get_filename_and_charpos): Renamed into...
    	(open_source_file_with_line_charpos): ..this along with changes to
    	return a scoped_fd, and some other minor clean ups.
    	(identify_source_line): Use open_source_file_with_line_charpos.
    	(search_command_helper): Use open_source_file_with_line_charpos
    	instead of just open_source_file, remove call to
    	find_source_lines.
    	* source.h (open_source_file_with_line_charpos): Declare new
    	function.
    	(find_source_lines): Delete declaration.

commit afda45a206f83389782a400f86668714400a1cb7
Author: Andrew Burgess <andrew.burgess@embecosm.com>
Date:   Fri Jun 14 21:57:42 2019 +0100

    gdb: Remove unused parameter
    
    The parameter 'fullname' is always passed as NULL to the function
    get_filename_and_charpos in source.c, so lets remove the parameter.
    There should be no user visible changes after this commit.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    
    	* source.c (get_filename_and_charpos): Remove fullname
    	parameter.
    	(identify_source_line): Update call to get_filename_and_charpos.

commit 09e4c4e1f1732ed978db4b8c75877bf8a8097ae9
Author: Andrew Burgess <andrew.burgess@embecosm.com>
Date:   Fri Jun 14 23:31:10 2019 +0100

    gdb: Remove file path from test name
    
    Having paths in test names makes comparing sum files difficult, rename
    a test to avoid paths in test names.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog:
    
    	* gdb.base/style-logging.exp: Remove path from test name.

commit 49455d8bbd8eac5b7ce7e26c691af27998647584
Author: GDB Administrator <gdbadmin@sourceware.org>
Date:   Sat Jun 15 00:00:41 2019 +0000

    Automatic date update in version.in

commit 0735b091aba72d4b35aebb671a02c5cb4a837fe9
Author: Tom Tromey <tromey@adacore.com>
Date:   Tue Apr 30 11:17:15 2019 -0600

    Do not emit style escape sequences to log file
    
    PR gdb/24502 requests that the "set logging" log file not contain
    style escape sequences emitted by gdb.
    
    This seemed like a reasonable request to me, so this patch implements
    filtering for the log file.
    
    This also updates a comment in ui-style.h that I noticed while writing
    the patch.
    
    Tested on x86-64 Fedora 29.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-06-14  Tom Tromey  <tromey@adacore.com>
    
    	PR gdb/24502:
    	* ui-style.h (skip_ansi_escape): Update comment.
    	* ui-file.h (class no_terminal_escape_file): New class.
    	* ui-file.c (no_terminal_escape_file::write)
    	(no_terminal_escape_file::puts): New methods.
    	* cli/cli-logging.c (handle_redirections): Use
    	no_terminal_escape_file.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog
    2019-06-14  Tom Tromey  <tromey@adacore.com>
    
    	PR gdb/24502:
    	* gdb.base/style-logging.exp: New file.

commit 52ce35e2894e55cea94011dda6443be51e154f37
Author: Tom Tromey <tromey@adacore.com>
Date:   Fri Jun 14 12:30:17 2019 -0600

    Minor NEWS rearrangement
    
    I noticed that a NEWS item about Python scripting changes appeared
    between an item about a convenience function and an item about a
    convenience variable.  I think it's better for the latter to be next
    to each other.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-06-14  Tom Tromey  <tromey@adacore.com>
    
    	* NEWS: Move convenience variable news above Python news.

commit 73cc72729a184f00bf6fc4d74684a8516ba6b683
Author: Tom Tromey <tom@tromey.com>
Date:   Sun May 5 17:35:20 2019 -0600

    Move gnulib to top level
    
    This patch moves the gdb/gnulib subdirectory to the top level.
    
    It adjusts the top-level build system to build gnulib when necessary,
    and changes gdb to use this.  However, gdbserver still builds its own
    copy of gnulib, just from the new source location.
    
    A small hack was needed to ensure that gnulib is only built when gdb
    is enabled.  The Makefile only provides an ordering -- the directory
    must be mentioned in configdirs to actually be compiled at all.
    
    Most of the patch is just a "git mv" of gnulib, though a few minor
    path adjustments were needed in some files there.
    
    Tested by the buildbot.
    
    ChangeLog
    2019-06-14  Tom Tromey  <tom@tromey.com>
    
    	* MAINTAINERS: Add gnulib.
    	* gnulib: New directory, move from gdb/gnulib.
    	* configure.ac (host_libs): Add gnulib.
    	* configure: Rebuild.
    	* Makefile.def (host_modules, dependencies): Add gnulib.
    	* Makefile.in: Rebuild.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-06-14  Tom Tromey  <tom@tromey.com>
    
    	* gnulib: Move directory to top-level.
    	* configure.ac: Don't configure gnulib.
    	* configure: Rebuild.
    	* common/common-defs.h: Use new path to gnulib.
    	* Makefile.in (GNULIB_BUILDDIR): Now ../gnulib.
    	(GNULIB_H): Remove.
    	(INCGNU): Look in new gnulib location.
    	(HFILES_NO_SRCDIR): Remove gnulib files.
    	(SUBDIR, REQUIRED_SUBDIRS): Remove gnulib.
    	(generated_files): Remove GNULIB_H.
    	($(LIBGNU), all-lib): Remove targets.
    	(distclean): Don't mention GNULIB_BUILDDIR.
    	($(GNULIB_BUILDDIR)/Makefile): Remove target.
    
    gdb/gdbserver/ChangeLog
    2019-06-14  Tom Tromey  <tom@tromey.com>
    
    	* configure.ac: Use new path to gnulib.
    	* configure: Rebuild.
    	* Makefile.in (INCGNU, $(GNULIB_BUILDDIR)/Makefile): Use new path
    	to gnulib.
    
    gnulib/ChangeLog
    2019-06-14  Tom Tromey  <tom@tromey.com>
    
    	* update-gnulib.sh: Adjust paths.
    	* Makefile.in: Adjust paths.
    	* configure.ac: Adjust paths.  Use ACX_LARGEFILE.
    	* configure: Rebuild.

commit f568655424ad268c8c5df3f56e4e19a86b16623d
Author: Tom Tromey <tromey@adacore.com>
Date:   Tue Jun 4 13:35:44 2019 -0600

    Warn if add-symbol-file does not provide any symbols
    
    A user suggested that add-symbol-file ought to warn if the file does
    not in fact provide any symbols.  This seemed like a decent idea, so
    this patch implements this idea.
    
    Tested on x86-64 Fedora 29.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-06-14  Tom Tromey  <tromey@adacore.com>
    
    	* symfile.c (add_symbol_file_command): Remove obsolete comment.
    	Warn if symbol file does not provide any symbols.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog
    2019-06-14  Tom Tromey  <tromey@adacore.com>
    
    	* gdb.base/symfile-warn.exp: New file.
    	* gdb.base/symfile-warn.c: New file.

commit a0c1ffedcf1988bc13fc5b6d57d3b74a17b60299
Author: Tom Tromey <tromey@adacore.com>
Date:   Thu May 30 10:59:03 2019 -0600

    Only compute realpath when basenames_may_differ is set
    
    A user noted that, when sources are symlinked, gdb annotations will
    print the real path, rather than the name of the symlink.
    
    It seems to me that it is better to print the name of the file that
    was actually used in the build, unless there is some reason not to.
    
    This patch implements this, with the caveat that it will not work when
    basenames-may-differ is enabled.  The way this mode is currently
    implemented, returning the symbolic (not real) path is not possible.
    
    While I think it would be good to redo the source file name cache and
    perhaps integrate it with class source_cache, I haven't done so here.
    
    Regression tested on x86-64 Fedora 29.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-06-14  Tom Tromey  <tromey@adacore.com>
    
    	* source.c (find_and_open_source): Respect basenames_may_differ.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog
    2019-06-14  Tom Tromey  <tromey@adacore.com>
    
    	* gdb.base/annotate-symlink.exp: New file.

commit 7c39e397aafaea64812f2611b061bdd50f30dce4
Author: Andrew Burgess <andrew.burgess@embecosm.com>
Date:   Thu Jun 13 22:13:28 2019 +0100

    gdb: Use scoped_restore_terminal_state in annotate.c
    
    In a couple of places in annotate.c we are manually backing up and
    restoring the terminal ownership, we could instead make use of
    scoped_restore_terminal_state.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    
    	* annotate.c (annotate_breakpoints_invalid): Make use of
    	scoped_restore_terminal_state.
    	(annotate_frames_invalid): Likewise.

commit f411722cbc18820e5266ec4c2aadd2269eb15447
Author: Tom Tromey <tromey@adacore.com>
Date:   Wed Jun 5 10:53:16 2019 -0600

    Allow re-assigning to convenience variables
    
    In Ada mode, re-assigning an array of a different size to a
    convenience variable will cause an error:
    
        (gdb) set lang ada
        (gdb) set $v := "abc"
        (gdb) set $v := "abcd"
        cannot assign arrays of different length
    
    However, this does not really make sense -- instead, it should always
    be possible to overwrite a convenience variable.
    
    This patch fixes this bug.
    
    This was reviewed off-list by Joel.  I'm checking it in.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-06-14  Tom Tromey  <tromey@adacore.com>
    
    	* ada-lang.c (ada_evaluate_subexp) <case BINOP_ASSIGN>: Always
    	allow assignment to an internalvar.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog
    2019-06-14  Tom Tromey  <tromey@adacore.com>
    
    	* gdb.ada/set_wstr.exp: Add reassignment test.

commit 4268ec187d401b9b132afa1a13c73e0026a53c5d
Author: Tom Tromey <tromey@adacore.com>
Date:   Fri Jun 7 11:29:36 2019 -0600

    Recognize _ in attribute names
    
    Ada attribute names can contain "_", but the lexer currently does not
    allow this -- even though the "attributes" array lists some attributes
    spelled this way.
    
    This patch fixes the bug and adds test cases for the existing
    attributes.
    
    This was reviewed off-list by Joel.  I'm checking it in.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-06-14  Tom Tromey  <tromey@adacore.com>
    
    	* ada-lex.l: Allow "_" in attribute names.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog
    2019-06-14  Tom Tromey  <tromey@adacore.com>
    
    	* gdb.ada/formatted_ref.exp (test_p_x_addr): Check
    	'unchecked_access and 'unrestricted_access as well.

commit abdb711e0855f0597a96db0486b598144b788212
Author: Tom Tromey <tromey@adacore.com>
Date:   Tue Jun 11 06:59:38 2019 -0600

    Remove alloca(0) calls
    
    PR gdb/24653 points out that a gcc snapshot will complain about the
    calls to alloca(0) in gdb.
    
    These calls are only needed when using the C alloca.  I'm inclined to
    think that no current platform needs this, so this patch removes the
    calls.
    
    Let me know what you think.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-06-14  Tom Tromey  <tromey@adacore.com>
    
    	PR gdb/24653:
    	* regcache.c (registers_changed): Don't call alloca.
    	* top.c (execute_command): Don't call alloca.

commit 9a9e394b05a841bdd9163f280d7ef19cc65634d6
Author: Tom Tromey <tromey@adacore.com>
Date:   Wed May 29 10:21:52 2019 -0600

    Fix gdb.ada/vla.exp
    
    PR ada/24539 concerns a test failure in gdb.ada/vla.exp.
    
    The problem here is that different versions of Gnat emit the
    structure's fields in different orders -- with the order currently
    failing actually being the correct one.
    
    Joel pointed out that this can be fixed by simply adding the
    No_Component_Reordering pragma to the type in question, which is what
    this patch does.
    
    I've reported a Gnat compiler bug internally in hopes of getting the
    underlying problem fixed.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog
    2019-06-14  Tom Tromey  <tromey@adacore.com>
    
    	PR ada/24539:
    	* gdb.ada/vla.exp: Update tests.
    	* gdb.ada/vla/vla.adb (Record_Type): Use No_Component_Reordering
    	pragma.

commit e30d1fa1bfb1ff2e225cfac9226c357f2cf07a26
Author: Szabolcs Nagy <szabolcs.nagy@arm.com>
Date:   Wed Nov 28 19:35:04 2018 +0000

    Add R_AARCH64_P32_MOVW_PREL_* ELF32 relocs
    
    These ilp32 relocations were missing for some reason.
    
    bfd/ChangeLog:
    
    	* elfnn-aarch64.c: Enable MOVW_PREL relocs for ELF32.
    
    include/ChangeLog:
    
    	* elf/aarch64.h (R_AARCH64_P32_MOVW_PREL_G0): Define.
    	(R_AARCH64_P32_MOVW_PREL_G0_NC): Define.
    	(R_AARCH64_P32_MOVW_PREL_G1): Define.
    
    ld/ChangeLog:
    
    	* testsuite/ld-aarch64/aarch64-elf.exp: Add emit-relocs-22 and -23.
    	* testsuite/ld-aarch64/emit-relocs-22.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/ld-aarch64/emit-relocs-22.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/ld-aarch64/emit-relocs-23.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/ld-aarch64/emit-relocs-23.s: New test.

commit bcc5a6eb668e560a0020114b6dc261ef494981ba
Author: Nick Clifton <nickc@redhat.com>
Date:   Fri Jun 14 11:43:53 2019 +0100

    Updated French translation for the opcodes subdirectory.
    
    	* po/fr.po; Updated French translation.

commit 3a3a077c4acaed1ab231a376ff9faf6b71b7a0f1
Author: Alan Modra <amodra@gmail.com>
Date:   Fri Jun 14 10:30:35 2019 +0930

    Regenerate with approved autotools version
    
    bfd/
    	* Makefile.in: Regenerate.
    	* configure: Regenerate.
    binutils/
    	* Makefile.in: Regenerate.
    	* aclocal.m4: Regenerate.
    	* doc/Makefile.in: Regenerate.
    gas/
    	* Makefile.in: Regenerate.
    	* configure: Regenerate.
    	* doc/Makefile.in: Regenerate.
    ld/
    	* Makefile.in: Regenerate.
    	* configure: Regenerate.
    libctf/
    	* configure: Regenerate.

commit e3fa7860f44b85bc89b09998546fcb09624c3c68
Author: Alan Modra <amodra@gmail.com>
Date:   Fri Jun 14 10:23:20 2019 +0930

    Fix alpha testsuite regression
    
    readelf st_other display improved for alpha.
    
    	PR 24662
    	* testsuite/ld-alpha/tlsbin.rd: Update.
    	* testsuite/ld-alpha/tlsbinr.rd: Update.
    	* testsuite/ld-alpha/tlspic.rd: Update.

commit d4b87b1eb6439e1cd01d1a9f90dcf19428db4b17
Author: Alan Modra <amodra@gmail.com>
Date:   Fri Jun 14 10:22:49 2019 +0930

    PowerPC comment fixes
    
    "paddi rt,sym@pcrel" as an abbreviation for "paddi rt,0,sym@pcrel,1"
    is invalid, so replace with "pla rt,sym@pcrel" which is a valid form
    of "pla rt,sym@pcrel(0),1".
    
    	* elf64-ppc.c: Fix comments involving paddi.

commit f8164777cde276244d015a2411f68f63a4bd28aa
Author: GDB Administrator <gdbadmin@sourceware.org>
Date:   Fri Jun 14 00:00:18 2019 +0000

    Automatic date update in version.in

commit 4c04873103043dc9a1c8d6cdeea1b9b1f545f375
Author: Pedro Alves <palves@redhat.com>
Date:   Thu Jun 13 15:22:44 2019 +0100

    Fix "set integer-command unlimited junk"
    
    With integer commands that support "unlimited", we currently fail to
    notice junk after "unlimited":
    
     (gdb) show print elements
     Limit on string chars or array elements to print is 200.
     (gdb) set print elements unlimited foo
     (gdb) show print elements
     Limit on string chars or array elements to print is unlimited.
    
    This commit fixes that.  After, we get:
    
     (gdb) set print elements unlimited foo
     Junk after "unlimited": foo
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    2019-06-13  Pedro Alves  <palves@redhat.com>
    
    	* cli/cli-setshow.c (cli/cli-setshow.c): New parameter
    	'expression'.  When parsing an expression, error out if there's
    	junk after "unlimited".
    	(parse_cli_var_uinteger, parse_cli_var_zuinteger_unlimited)
    	(do_set_command): Adjust calls to is_unlimited_literal.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog:
    2019-06-13  Pedro Alves  <palves@redhat.com>
    
    	* gdb.base/settings.exp (test-integer): Test junk after
    	"unlimited".

commit 57a63d27dcc8c7620f2168b370b649c7458c687e
Author: Stafford Horne <shorne@gmail.com>
Date:   Thu Jun 13 21:27:10 2019 +0900

    sim/testsuite/or1k: Add tests for unordered compares
    
    Add tests for 32-bit and 64-bit unordered compare instructions.
    
    sim/testsuite/sim/or1k/ChangeLog:
    
    yyyy-mm-dd  Stafford Horne  <shorne@gmail.com>
    
    	* fpu-unordered.S: New file.
    	* fpu64a32-unordered.S: New file.

commit 3c83b496d4ee7d732b6844c585c3ea9d83ca0f4c
Author: Stafford Horne <shorne@gmail.com>
Date:   Thu Jun 13 21:27:10 2019 +0900

    sim/testsuite/or1k: Add test case for l.adrp instruction
    
    This is a simple test to ensure that the l.adrp instruction can be assembled and
    simulated correctly.
    
    sim/testsuite/sim/or1k/ChangeLog:
    
    yyyy-mm-dd  Stafford Horne  <shorne@gmail.com>
    
    	* adrp.S: New file.

commit b4f9e0034660e15d233627f9c5a732ab023b7daf
Author: Stafford Horne <shorne@gmail.com>
Date:   Thu Jun 13 21:27:10 2019 +0900

    sim/testsuite/or1k: Add test for 64-bit fpu operations
    
    This is a very basic test but it ensure the machine is wired up
    correctly and that the assembler works.
    
    sim/testsuite/sim/or1k/ChangeLog:
    
    yyyy-mm-dd  Stafford Horne  <shorne@gmail.com>
    
    	* fpu64a32.S: New file.

commit f1cc84f59441d59827748e47a5971a12ed1ac283
Author: Stafford Horne <shorne@gmail.com>
Date:   Thu Jun 13 21:27:10 2019 +0900

    sim/common: wire up new unordered comparisons
    
    Define and wire up unordered floating point comparison operations for cgen
    targets.  This patch depends on my posted cgen patches[0].
    
    [0] https://www.sourceware.org/ml/cgen/2019-q2/msg00013.html
    
    sim/common/ChangeLog:
    
    yyyy-mm-dd  Stafford Horne  <shorne@gmail.com>
    
    	* cgen-accfp.c (unorderedsf, unordereddf): New functions.
    	(cgen_init_accurate_fpu): Wire up unorderedsf and unordereddf.
    	* cgen-fpu.h (cgen_fp_ops): Define fields unorderedsf and unordereddf.

commit 688cea90bc0af3a0188695a25f5c4e8db4ef763b
Author: Stafford Horne <shorne@gmail.com>
Date:   Thu Jun 13 21:27:10 2019 +0900

    sim/common: Wire in df/di conversion
    
    Up until now these have not been used in any CGEN targets, add them as
    they are now used by OpenRISC.
    
    sim/common/ChangeLog:
    
    	* cgen-accfp.c (floatdidf, fixdfdi): New functions.
    	(cgen_init_accurate_fpu): Add floatdidf and fixdfdi.

commit 7ccbb4437a29896955a6ff3b0406b1cc2a7f6fe2
Author: Stafford Horne <shorne@gmail.com>
Date:   Thu Jun 13 21:27:09 2019 +0900

    sim/or1k: Regenerate sim
    
    This picks up changes for:
    
     - new orfpx64a32 spec
     - new unordered instructions
     - documentation and symbol updates
    
    sim/ChangeLog:
    
    	* or1k/cpu.c: Regenerate.
    	* or1k/cpu.h: Regenerate.
    	* or1k/decode.c: Regenerate.
    	* or1k/decode.h: Regenerate.
    	* or1k/model.c: Regenerate.
    	* or1k/sem-switch.c: Regenerate.
    	* or1k/sem.c: Regenerate.

commit 66eb1ed3882aa3c54daa2fe24b7479b5ee0538f2
Author: Pedro Alves <palves@redhat.com>
Date:   Thu Jun 13 08:58:54 2019 +0100

    Fix gdb build with -std=gnu++11
    
    The options framework series broken the build with gcc 4.8, or any
    other compiler were we end up forcing -std=gnu++11, causing errors
    like these:
    
     ../../binutils-gdb/gdb/compile/compile.c: In function gdb::option::option_def_group make_compile_options_def_group(compile_options*):
     ../../binutils-gdb/gdb/compile/compile.c:266:44: error: could not convert (const gdb::option::option_def*)(& compile_command_option_defs) from const gdb::option::option_def* to gdb::array_view<const gdb::option::option_def>
        return {compile_command_option_defs, opts};
    					     ^
       CXX    copying.o
     ../../binutils-gdb/gdb/compile/compile.c:267:1: error: control reaches end of non-void function [-Werror=return-type]
      }
      ^
    
    This is a C++11 vs C++14 difference -- C++14 relaxed the rules for
    eliding braces.
    
    This commit fixes it by adding the missing (in C++11) braces.  Tested
    with g++ 4.8.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    2019-06-13  Pedro Alves  <palves@redhat.com>
    
    	* compile/compile.c (make_compile_options_def_group): Add braces
    	around array_view initializer.
    	* thread.c (make_thread_apply_all_options_def_group)
    	(make_thread_apply_all_options_def_group): Likewise.

commit e41d1c49a12aab7db33d7ad66d62f7413b8f0480
Author: GDB Administrator <gdbadmin@sourceware.org>
Date:   Thu Jun 13 00:00:38 2019 +0000

    Automatic date update in version.in

commit 3345721af145007661f4e7e7f4300470095ba622
Author: Pedro Alves <palves@redhat.com>
Date:   Thu Jun 13 00:06:54 2019 +0100

    NEWS and manual changes for command options changes
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    2019-06-13  Pedro Alves  <palves@redhat.com>
    
    	* NEWS (New commands): Mention "maint test-options
    	require-delimiter", "maint test-options unknown-is-error", "maint
    	test-options unknown-is-operand" and "maint show
    	test-options-completion-result".
    	(New command options, command completion): New section.
    	(Completion improvements): New section.
    	Mention that you can abbreviate "unlimited".
    
    gdb/doc/ChangeLog:
    2019-06-13  Pedro Alves  <palves@redhat.com>
    
    	* gdb.texinfo (Command Completion): Mention command options too.
    	(Command Options): New node.
    	(Threads): Add anchors.  Extend descriptions of the "taas" and
    	"tfaas" commands.
    	(Backtrace): Describe new options of the "backtrace" command.  Add
    	anchors.
    	(Frame Apply): Describe new options of the "frame apply" and
    	"faas" commands.  Add anchors.
    	(Data): Describe new options of the "print" command.  Add anchors.
    	(Compiling and Injecting Code): Mention options of the "compile
    	print" command.
    	(Maintenance Commands): Mention "maint test-options" subcommands
    	and the "maint show test-options-completion-result" command.

commit 6206060d9be8da3e701fe0307c6c01390e2b4ae2
Author: Pedro Alves <palves@redhat.com>
Date:   Thu Jun 13 00:06:54 2019 +0100

    Delete parse_flags/parse_flags_qcs
    
    Now that "thread/frame apply" have been converted to the gdb::option
    framework, these functions are no longer used.
    
    For a while, I thought about keeping the unit tests, by making a local
    version of parse_flags_qcs in the unit tests file.  But all that would
    really test that is used by GDB itself, is the validate_flags_qcs
    function.  So in the end, I went through all the unit tests, and
    converted any that wasn't already covered to gdb.base/options.exp
    tests.  And those have all already been added in previous patches.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    2019-06-13  Pedro Alves  <palves@redhat.com>
    
    	* cli/cli-utils.c (parse_flags, parse_flags_qcs): Delete.
    	* cli/cli-utils.h (parse_flags, parse_flags_qcs): Delete.
    	* unittests/cli-utils-selftests.c (test_parse_flags)
    	(test_parse_flags_qcs): Delete.
    	(test_cli_utils): Don't call deleted functions.

commit 6665660a411ead049daa85cac5c629d637e22044
Author: Pedro Alves <palves@redhat.com>
Date:   Thu Jun 13 00:06:54 2019 +0100

    Make "thread apply" use the gdb::option framework
    
    Similarly to the "frame apply" patch, this makes the "thread apply"
    family of commands -- "thread apply TID", "thread apply all" and
    "taas" use the gdb::option framework for '-'-style options.
    
    No new options are added, but there are some user-visible changes:
    
    - Can now abbreviate and complete "-ascending"
    
    - We now have a completer for "thread apply" commands
    
      Can now complete options ("thread apply all -[TAB]"), and also,
      'thread apply all COMMAND[TAB]' now does what you'd expect, by
      making use of the new complete_command routine.
    
    - "help" output tweaked with auto-generated option descriptions:
    
       ~~~
       Usage: thread apply all [OPTION]... COMMAND
       Prints per-inferior thread number and target system's thread id
       followed by COMMAND output.
    
       By default, an error raised during the execution of COMMAND
       aborts "thread apply".
    
       Options:
         -ascending
           Call COMMAND for all threads in ascending order.
           The default is descending order.
    
         -q
           Disables printing the thread information.
    
         -c
           Print any error raised by COMMAND and continue.
    
         -s
           Silently ignore any errors or empty output produced by COMMAND.
       ~~~
    
      The "By default ..." sentence is new as well.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    2019-06-13  Pedro Alves  <palves@redhat.com>
    
    	* thread.c: Include "cli/cli-option.h".
    	(tp_array_compar_ascending): Global.
    	(tp_array_compar): Delete function.
    	(tp_array_compar_ascending, tp_array_compar_descending): New
    	functions.
    	(ascending_option_def, qcs_flag_option_def)
    	(thr_qcs_flags_option_defs)
    	(make_thread_apply_all_options_def_group)
    	(make_thread_apply_options_def_group): New.
    	(thread_apply_all_command): Use gdb::option::process_options.
    	(thread_apply_command_completer)
    	(thread_apply_all_command_completer): New.
    	(thread_apply_command): Use gdb::option::process_options.
    	(_initialize_thread): Delete THREAD_APPLY_FLAGS_HELP, replace it
    	with a new THREAD_APPLY_OPTION_HELP.  Use gdb::option::build_help
    	to generate help text of "thread apply".  Adjust "taas"'s help.
    	* tid-parse.c (tid_range_parser::in_thread_range): New method.
    	* tid-parse.h (tid_range_parser::in_thread_range): New method.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog:
    2019-06-13  Pedro Alves  <palves@redhat.com>
    
    	* gdb.base/options.exp (test-thread-apply): New.
    	(top level): Call it.

commit f7e13587eaf1e2d433e21ac0a9e413a98e53652d
Author: Pedro Alves <palves@redhat.com>
Date:   Thu Jun 13 00:06:54 2019 +0100

    "thread apply 1 -- -" vs "frame apply level 0 -- -"
    
    With the following patch, we'll be able to explicitly tell "thread
    apply" where options end, using the "--" delimiter.  A test added by
    that patch caught a pre-existing inconsistency:
    
     (gdb) thread apply 1 -- -
     Invalid thread ID: -
    
     (gdb) frame apply level 0 -- -
     #0  main () at threads.c:55
     Cannot enable the TUI when output is not a terminal
    
    Above, "thread apply" did not try to run the command, while "frame
    apply level" did.  ("-" is a valid TUI command.)
    
    That "-" is past "--", so it should have not been confused with an
    invalid TID, in the "thread apply" case.
    
    That error actually doesn't come from the TID parser, but instead from
    thread_apply_command directly.
    
    So that error/check needs tweaking.  The next question is what to
    tweak it to.
    
    "-" is actually a valid TUI command:
    
     (gdb) help -
     Scroll window backward.
     Usage: - [WIN] [N]
    
    (gdb) frame apply level 0 -- -
    #0  main () at threads.c:55
    Cannot enable the TUI when output is not a terminal
    
    While I don't imagine it being useful to use that "-" command with
    "thread apply" or "frame apply level", the fact is that you can use it
    with "frame apply level", but not with "thread apply".  And since it's
    an actual command, pedantically it seems right to allow it.
    
    That's what this commit does.
    
    Note: simply removing the "isalpha" check regresses
    gdb.multi/tids.exp -- see related commit 3f5b7598805c.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    2019-06-13  Pedro Alves  <palves@redhat.com>
    
    	* thread.c (thread_apply_command): Check for invalid TID with
    	isdigit instead of !isalpha.

commit 5d7071341dd3c01d38fc01398ef8b23b1bd3783c
Author: Pedro Alves <palves@redhat.com>
Date:   Thu Jun 13 00:06:53 2019 +0100

    Make "frame apply" support -OPT options
    
    This adds support for '-'-style options to the "frame apply" family of
    commands -- "frame apply COUNT", "frame apply level", "frame apply
    all", "faas" and "tfaas".
    
    The -q/-c/-s flags were already supported, -past-main/-past-entry is
    new:
    
    ~~~
    (gdb) help frame apply all
    Apply a command to all frames.
    
    Usage: frame apply all [OPTION]... COMMAND
    Prints the frame location information followed by COMMAND output.
    
    By default, an error raised during the execution of COMMAND
    aborts "frame apply".
    
    Options:
      -q
        Disables printing the frame location information.
    
      -c
        Print any error raised by COMMAND and continue.
    
      -s
        Silently ignore any errors or empty output produced by COMMAND.
    
      -past-main [on|off]
        Set whether backtraces should continue past "main".
        Normally the caller of "main" is not of interest, so GDB will terminate
        the backtrace at "main".  Set this if you need to see the rest
        of the stack trace.
    
      -past-entry [on|off]
        Set whether backtraces should continue past the entry point of a program.
        Normally there are no callers beyond the entry point of a program, so GDB
        will terminate the backtrace there.  Set this if you need to see
        the rest of the stack trace.
    ~~~
    
    TAB completion of options is now supported.  Also, TAB completion of
    COMMAND in "frame apply all COMMAND" does the right thing now, making
    use of complete_command, added by the previous patch.  E.g.:
    
     (gdb) thread apply all -ascending frame apply all -past-main print -[TAB]
     -address         -elements        -pretty          -symbol
     -array           -null-stop       -repeats         -union
     -array-indexes   -object          -static-members  -vtbl
     (gdb) thread apply all -ascending frame apply all -past-main print glo[TAB]
     global1         global2
    
    The change to tfaas_command is necessary because otherwise you get
    this:
    
     (gdb) tfaas --
     Unrecognized option at: frame apply all -s --
    
    That's because the above is equivalent to:
    
     (gdb) thread apply all -s frame apply all -s --
    
    and the "--" instructs "thread apply" to consider everything up to
    "--" as its command options.  And from that view, "frame" is an
    invalid option.
    
    The change makes tfaas be equivalent to:
    
     (gdb) thread apply all -s -- frame apply all -s --
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    2019-06-13  Pedro Alves  <palves@redhat.com>
    
    	* cli/cli-utils.c (parse_flags_qcs): Use validate_flags_qcs.
    	(validate_flags_qcs): New.
    	* cli/cli-utils.h (struct qcs_flags): Change field types to int.
    	(validate_flags_qcs): Declare.
    	* stack.c (qcs_flag_option_def, fr_qcs_flags_option_defs): New.
    	(make_frame_apply_options_def_group): New.
    	(frame_apply_command_count): Process options with
    	gdb::option::process_options.
    	(frame_apply_completer): New.
    	(frame_apply_level_completer, frame_apply_all_completer)
    	(frame_apply_completer): New.
    	(_initialize_stack): Update help of "frame apply", "frame apply
    	level", "frame apply all" and "faas" to mention supported options
    	and install command completers.
    	* stack.h (frame_apply_all_completer): Declare.
    	* thread.c: Include "stack.h".
    	(tfaas_command): Add "--".
    	(_initialize_thread): Update help "tfaas" to mention supported
    	options and install command completer.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog:
    2019-06-13  Pedro Alves  <palves@redhat.com>
    
    	* gdb.base/options.exp (test-frame-apply): New.
    	(top level): Test print commands with different "frame apply"
    	prefixes.

commit 272d4594343349a713f7d8967d90ae2413ecbc30
Author: Pedro Alves <palves@redhat.com>
Date:   Thu Jun 13 00:06:53 2019 +0100

    Introduce complete_nested_command_line
    
    This adds a completion helper routine that makes it possible for a
    command that takes another command as argument, such as "frame apply
    all COMMAND" as "thread apply all COMMAND", to complete on COMMAND,
    and have the completion machinery recurse and complete COMMAND as if
    you tried to complete "(gdb) COMMAND".  I.e., we'll be able to
    complete like this, for example:
    
     (gdb) thread apply all -[TAB]
     -c           -ascending   -q           -s
     (gdb) thread apply all -ascending frame apply all -[TAB]
     -c           -limit       -past-entry  -past-main   -q           -s
     (gdb) thread apply all -ascending frame apply all -past-main print -[TAB]
     -address         -elements        -pretty          -symbol
     -array           -null-stop       -repeats         -union
     -array-indexes   -object          -static-members  -vtbl
     (gdb) thread apply all -ascending frame apply all -past-main print glo[TAB]
     global1         global2
    
    Above, the completer function understands that "thread apply all" is a
    command, and then parses "-ascending" successfully and understand that
    the rest of the string is "thread apply all"'s operand.  And then, the
    process repeats for the "frame apply" command, and on and on.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    2019-06-13  Pedro Alves  <palves@redhat.com>
    
    	* completer.c (complete_nested_command_line): New.
    	(gdb_completion_word_break_characters_throw): Add assertion.
    	* completer.h (complete_nested_command_line): Declare.

commit e2a689da55d3feb7b79a141f69c4049112f59c91
Author: Pedro Alves <palves@redhat.com>
Date:   Thu Jun 13 00:06:53 2019 +0100

    lib/completion-support.exp: Add test_gdb_completion_offers_commands
    
    This adds a procedure to the collection of completion-testing
    routines, that allows checking whether completion offers all commands
    as completion candidates.  This will be used for testing completing
    "frame apply all [TAB]", "thread apply all [TAB]", etc.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog:
    2019-06-13  Pedro Alves  <palves@redhat.com>
    
            * lib/completion-support.exp (test_gdb_complete_tab_multiple)
    	(test_gdb_complete_cmd_multiple, test_gdb_complete_multiple): Add
    	'max_completions' parameter and handle it.
    	(test_gdb_completion_offers_commands): New.

commit 90a1ef8762a57f3f57007db2186099c026152034
Author: Pedro Alves <palves@redhat.com>
Date:   Thu Jun 13 00:06:53 2019 +0100

    "backtrace full/no-filters/hide" completer
    
    "backtrace"'s completer now completes on command options:
    
     (gdb) bt -[TAB]
     -entry-values         -full                 -no-filters           -past-main
     -frame-arguments      -hide                 -past-entry           -raw-frame-arguments
    
    But it doesn't know how to complete on qualifiers:
    
     (gdb) bt fu[TAB]
     funlockfile       futimens          futimes.c
     funlockfile.c     futimens.c        futimesat
     futex-internal.h  futimes           futimesat.c
    
    This commit fixes that:
    
     (gdb) bt fu[TAB]ll
     (gdb) bt n[TAB]o-filters
     (gdb) bt h[TAB]ide
    
    I considered teaching the gdb::option framework to handle non-'-'
    options, but decided it wasn't worth it for this special case, and I'd
    rather not make it easy to add new qualifier-like options.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    2019-06-13  Pedro Alves  <palves@redhat.com>
    
    	* stack.c (parse_backtrace_qualifiers): New.
    	(backtrace_command): Use it.
    	(backtrace_command_completer): Complete on qualifiers.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog:
    2019-06-13  Pedro Alves  <palves@redhat.com>
    
    	* gdb.base/options.exp (test-backtrace): Test completing qualifiers.

commit d4c16835cad70bd8c04ff30d5d6f40ac65e7f7e1
Author: Pedro Alves <palves@redhat.com>
Date:   Thu Jun 13 00:06:53 2019 +0100

    Make "backtrace" support -OPT options
    
    This adds support for comand options to the "backtrace" command.  We'll get:
    
      (gdb) bt -
      -entry-values         -hide                 -past-main
      -frame-arguments      -no-filters           -raw-frame-arguments
      -full                 -past-entry
    
    ~~~~
    (gdb) help backtrace
    Print backtrace of all stack frames, or innermost COUNT frames.
    Usage: backtrace [OPTION]... [QUALIFIER]... [COUNT | -COUNT]
    
    Options:
      -entry-values no|only|preferred|if-needed|both|compact|default
        Set printing of function arguments at function entry
        GDB can sometimes determine the values of function arguments at entry,
        in addition to their current values.  This option tells GDB whether
        to print the current value, the value at entry (marked as val@entry),
        or both.  Note that one or both of these values may be <optimized out>.
    
      -frame-arguments all|scalars|none
        Set printing of non-scalar frame arguments
    
      -raw-frame-arguments [on|off]
        Set whether to print frame arguments in raw form.
        If set, frame arguments are printed in raw form, bypassing any
        pretty-printers for that value.
    
      -past-main [on|off]
        Set whether backtraces should continue past "main".
        Normally the caller of "main" is not of interest, so GDB will terminate
        the backtrace at "main".  Set this if you need to see the rest
        of the stack trace.
    
      -past-entry [on|off]
        Set whether backtraces should continue past the entry point of a program.
        Normally there are no callers beyond the entry point of a program, so GDB
        will terminate the backtrace there.  Set this if you need to see
        the rest of the stack trace.
    
      -full
        Print values of local variables.
    
      -no-filters
        Prohibit frame filters from executing on a backtrace.
    
      -hide
        Causes Python frame filter elided frames to not be printed.
    
    For backward compatibility, the following qualifiers are supported:
    
       full       - same as -full option.
       no-filters - same as -no-filters option.
       hide       - same as -hide.
    
    With a negative COUNT, print outermost -COUNT frames.
    ~~~~
    
    Implementation wise, this:
    
    - Moves relevant options/settings globals to structures.
    - Tweaks a number of functions to pass down references to such structures.
    - Adds option_def structures describing the options/settings.
    - Makes backtrace_command parse the options, with gdb::option::process_options.
    - Tweaks "backtrace"'s help to describe the new options.
    - Adds testcases.
    
    Note that backtrace is a PROCESS_OPTIONS_UNKNOWN_IS_OPERAND command,
    because of the "-COUNT" argument.
    
    The COUNT/-COUNT argument is currently parsed as an expression.  I
    considered whether it would be prudent here to require "--", but
    concluded that the risk of causing a significant breakage here is much
    lower compared to "print", since printing the expression is not the
    whole point of the "backtrace" command.  Seems OK to me to require
    typing "backtrace -past-main -- -p" if the user truly wants to refer
    to the negative of a backtrace count stored in an inferior variable
    called "p".
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    2019-06-13  Pedro Alves  <palves@redhat.com>
    
    	* frame.c: Include "cli/cli-option.h.
    	(user_set_backtrace_options): New.
    	(backtrace_past_main, backtrace_past_entry, backtrace_limit):
    	Delete.
    	(get_prev_frame): Adjust.
    	(boolean_option_def, uinteger_option_def)
    	(set_backtrace_option_defs): New.
    	(_initialize_frame): Adjust and use
    	gdb::option::add_setshow_cmds_for_options to install "set
    	backtrace past-main" and "set backtrace past-entry".
    	* frame.h: Include "cli/cli-option.h".
    	(struct frame_print_options): Forward declare.
    	(print_frame_arguments_all, print_frame_arguments_scalars)
    	(print_frame_arguments_none): Declare.
    	(print_entry_values): Delete declaration.
    	(struct frame_print_options, user_frame_print_options): New.
    	(struct set_backtrace_options): New.
    	(set_backtrace_option_defs, user_set_backtrace_options): Declare.
    	* mi/mi-cmd-stack.c (mi_cmd_stack_list_frames)
    	(mi_cmd_stack_list_locals, mi_cmd_stack_list_args)
    	(mi_cmd_stack_list_variables): Pass down USER_FRAME_PRINT_OPTIONS.
    	(list_args_or_locals): Add frame_print_options parameter.
    	(mi_cmd_stack_info_frame): Pass down USER_FRAME_PRINT_OPTIONS.
    	* python/py-framefilter.c (enumerate_args): Pass down
    	USER_FRAME_PRINT_OPTIONS.
    	* stack.c: Include "cli/cli-option.h".
    	(print_frame_arguments_all, print_frame_arguments_scalars)
    	(print_frame_arguments_none): Declare.
    	(print_raw_frame_arguments, print_entry_values): Delete.
    	(user_frame_print_options): New.
    	(boolean_option_def, enum_option_def, frame_print_option_defs):
    	New.
    	(struct backtrace_cmd_options): New.
    	(bt_flag_option_def): New.
    	(backtrace_command_option_defs): New.
    	(print_stack_frame): Pass down USER_FRAME_PRINT_OPTIONS.
    	(print_frame_arg, read_frame_arg, print_frame_args)
    	(print_frame_info, print_frame): Add frame_print_options parameter
    	and use it.
    	(info_frame_command_core): Pass down USER_FRAME_PRINT_OPTIONS.
    	(backtrace_command_1): Add frame_print_options and
    	backtrace_cmd_options parameters and use them.
    	(make_backtrace_options_def_group): New.
    	(backtrace_command): Process command options with
    	gdb::option::process_options.
    	(backtrace_command_completer): New.
    	(_initialize_stack): Extend "backtrace"'s help to mention
    	supported options.  Install completer for "backtrace".
    	Install some settings commands with add_setshow_cmds_for_options.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog:
    2019-06-13  Pedro Alves  <palves@redhat.com>
    
    	* gdb.base/options.exp (test-backtrace): New.
    	(top level): Call it.

commit 2daf894ed0baf72dd3f422b7a71630145568db30
Author: Pedro Alves <palves@redhat.com>
Date:   Thu Jun 13 00:06:53 2019 +0100

    "set print raw frame-arguments" -> "set print raw-frame-arguments"
    
    A following patch will introduce options for the "backtrace" command,
    based on some "set print" and "set backtrace" settings.  There's one
    setting in particular that is a bit annoying if we want to describe
    the backtrace options and the settings commands using the same data
    structures:
    
      "set print raw frame-arguments"
    
    The problem is that space between "raw" and "frame-arguments".
    
    Calling the option
    
      "bt -raw frame-arguments"
    
    would be odd.  So I'm calling the option
    
      "bt -raw-frame-arguments"
    
    instead.
    
    And for consistency, this patch renames the set/show commands to:
    
     "set print raw-frame-arguments"
     "show print raw-frame-arguments"
    
    I.e., dash instead of space.  The old commands are left in place, but
    marked deprecated.
    
    We need to adjust a couple testcases, because the relevant tests use
    gdb_test_no_output and the old commands are no longer silent:
    
      (gdb) set print raw frame-arguments on
      Warning: command 'set print raw frame-arguments' is deprecated.
      Use 'set print raw-frame-arguments'.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    2019-06-13  Pedro Alves  <palves@redhat.com>
    
    	* NEWS (Changed commands): Mention set/show print raw-frame-arguments,
    	and that "set/show print raw frame-arguments" are now deprecated.
    
    	* cli/cli-decode.c (add_setshow_boolean_cmd): Now returns the
    	command.
    	* command.h (add_setshow_boolean_cmd): Return cmd_list_element *.
    	* stack.c (_initialize_stack): Install "set/show print
    	raw-frame-arguments", and deprecate "set/show print raw
    	frame-arguments".
    	* valprint.c (_initialize_valprint): Deprecate "set/show print
    	raw".
    
    gdb/doc/ChangeLog:
    2019-06-13  Pedro Alves  <palves@redhat.com>
    
    	* gdb.texinfo (Print Settings): Document "set/show print
    	raw-frame-arguments" instead of "set/show print raw
    	frame-arguments".
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog:
    2019-06-13  Pedro Alves  <palves@redhat.com>
    
    	* gdb.guile/scm-frame-args.exp: Use "set print
    	raw-frame-arguments" instead of "set print raw frame-arguments".
    	* gdb.python/py-frame-args.exp: Likewise.

commit e6ed716cd5514c08b9d7c469d185b1aa177dbc22
Author: Pedro Alves <palves@redhat.com>
Date:   Thu Jun 13 00:06:53 2019 +0100

    Migrate rest of compile commands to new options framework
    
    As I was in the neighbourhood, I converted the other "compile"
    subcommands to the new options framework too.  Specifically, "compile
    code" and "compile file".
    
    The user-visible changes are:
    
      - All abbreviations of "-raw" are accepted now, instead of just -r.
        Obviously that means "-ra" is now accepted.
    
      - Option completion now works.
    
      - "compile file" did not have a completer yet, and now it knows to
        complete on filenames.
    
      - You couldn't use "compile file" with a file named "-something".
        You can now, with "compile file -- -something".
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    2019-06-13  Pedro Alves  <palves@redhat.com>
    
    	* compile/compile.c (struct compile_options): New.
    	(compile_flag_option_def, compile_command_option_defs)
    	(make_compile_options_def_group): New.
    	(compile_file_command): Handle options with
    	gdb::option::process_options.
    	(compile_file_command_completer): New function.
    	(compile_code_command): Handle options with
    	gdb::option::process_options.
    	(compile_code_command_completer): New function.
    	(_initialize_compiler): Install completers for "compile code" and
    	"compile file".  Mention available options in "compile code" and
    	"compile code"'s help.
    	* completer.c (advance_to_completion_word): New, factored out from
    	...
    	(advance_to_expression_complete_word_point): ... this.
    	(advance_to_filename_complete_word_point): New.
    	* completer.h (advance_to_filename_complete_word_point): New
    	declaration.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog:
    2019-06-13  Pedro Alves  <palves@redhat.com>
    
    	* gdb.compile/compile.exp: Adjust expected output to option
    	processing changes.

commit 7d8062de98203eeec70d4439ab460b9ef50a2e0f
Author: Pedro Alves <palves@redhat.com>
Date:   Thu Jun 13 00:06:53 2019 +0100

    Make "print" and "compile print" support -OPT options
    
    This patch adds support for "print -option optval --", etc.
    Likewise for "compile print".
    
    We'll get:
    
    ~~~~~~
    (gdb) help print
    Print value of expression EXP.
    Usage: print [[OPTION]... --] [/FMT] [EXP]
    
    Options:
      -address [on|off]
        Set printing of addresses.
    
      -array [on|off]
        Set pretty formatting of arrays.
    
      -array-indexes [on|off]
        Set printing of array indexes.
    
      -elements NUMBER|unlimited
        Set limit on string chars or array elements to print.
        "unlimited" causes there to be no limit.
    
      -max-depth NUMBER|unlimited
        Set maximum print depth for nested structures, unions and arrays.
        When structures, unions, or arrays are nested beyond this depth then they
        will be replaced with either '{...}' or '(...)' depending on the language.
        Use "unlimited" to print the complete structure.
    
      -null-stop [on|off]
        Set printing of char arrays to stop at first null char.
    
      -object [on|off]
        Set printing of C++ virtual function tables.
    
      -pretty [on|off]
        Set pretty formatting of structures.
    
      -repeats NUMBER|unlimited
        Set threshold for repeated print elements.
        "unlimited" causes all elements to be individually printed.
    
      -static-members [on|off]
        Set printing of C++ static members.
    
      -symbol [on|off]
        Set printing of symbol names when printing pointers.
    
      -union [on|off]
        Set printing of unions interior to structures.
    
      -vtbl [on|off]
        Set printing of C++ virtual function tables.
    
    Note: because this command accepts arbitrary expressions, if you
    specify any command option, you must use a double dash ("--")
    to mark the end of option processing.  E.g.: "print -o -- myobj".
    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    
    I want to highlight the comment above about "--".
    
    At first, I thought we could make the print command parse the options,
    and if the option wasn't recognized, fallback to parsing as an
    expression.  Then, if the user wanted to disambiguate, he'd use the
    "--" option delimiter.  For example, if you had a variable called
    "object" and you wanted to print its negative, you'd have to do:
    
      (gdb) print -- -object
    
    After getting that working, I saw that gdb.pascal/floats.exp
    regressed, in these tests:
    
     gdb_test "print -r" " = -1\\.2(499.*|5|500.*)"
     gdb_test "print -(r)" " = -1.2(499.*|5|500.*)"
     gdb_test "print -(r + s)" " = -3\\.4(499.*|5|500.*)"
    
    It's the first one that I found most concerning.  It regressed because
    "-r" is the abbreviation of "-raw".  I realized then that the behavior
    change was a bit risker than I'd like, considering scripts, wrappers
    around gdb, etc., and even user expectation.  So instead, I made the
    print command _require_ the "--" options delimiter if you want to
    specify any option.  So:
    
      (gdb) print -r
    
    is parsed as an expression, and
    
      (gdb) print -r --
    
    is parsed as an option.
    
    I noticed that that's also what lldb's expr (the equivalent of print)
    does to handle the same problem.
    
    Going back the options themselves, note that:
    
     - you can shorten option names, as long as unambiguous.
     - For boolean options, 0/1 stand for off/on.
     - For boolean options, "true" is implied.
    
    So these are all equivalent:
    
     (gdb) print -object on -static-members off -pretty on -- foo
     (gdb) print -object -static-members off -pretty -- foo
     (gdb) print -object -static-members 0 -pretty -- foo
     (gdb) print -o -st 0 -p -- foo
    
    TAB completion is fully supported:
    
      (gdb) p -[TAB]
      -address         -elements        -pretty          -symbol
      -array           -null-stop       -repeats         -union
      -array-indexes   -object          -static-members  -vtbl
    
    Note that the code is organized such that some of the options and the
    "set/show" commands code is shared.  In particular, the "print"
    options and the corresponding "set print" commands are defined with
    the same structures.  The commands are installed with the
    gdb::option::add_setshow_cmds_for_options function.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    2019-06-13  Pedro Alves  <palves@redhat.com>
    
    	* compile/compile.c: Include "cli/cli-option.h".
    	(compile_print_value): Scope data pointer is now a
    	value_print_options pointer; adjust.
    	(compile_print_command): Process options.  Scope data pointer is
    	now a value_print_options pointer; adjust.
    	(_initialize_compile): Update "compile print"'s help to include
    	supported options.  Install a completer for "compile print".
    	* cp-valprint.c (show_vtblprint, show_objectprint)
    	(show_static_field_print): Delete.
    	(_initialize_cp_valprint): Don't install "set print
    	static-members", "set print vtbl", "set print object" here.
    	* printcmd.c: Include "cli/cli-option.h" and
    	"common/gdb_optional.h".
    	(print_command_parse_format): Rework to fill in a
    	value_print_options instead of a format_data.
    	(print_value): Change parameter type from format_data pointer to
    	value_print_options reference.  Adjust.
    	(print_command_1): Process options.  Adjust to pass down a
    	value_print_options.
    	(print_command_completer): New.
    	(_initialize_printcmd): Install print_command_completer as
    	handle_brkchars completer for the "print" command.  Update
    	"print"'s help to include supported options.
    	* valprint.c: Include "cli/cli-option.h".
    	(show_vtblprint, show_objectprint, show_static_field_print): Moved
    	here from cp-valprint.c.
    	(boolean_option_def, uinteger_option_def)
    	(value_print_option_defs, make_value_print_options_def_group):
    	New.  Use gdb::option::add_setshow_cmds_for_options to install
    	"set print elements", "set print null-stop", "set print repeats",
    	"set print pretty", "set print union", "set print array", "set
    	print address", "set print symbol", "set print array-indexes".
    	* valprint.h: Include <string> and "cli/cli-option.h".
    	(make_value_print_options_def_group): Declare.
    	(print_value): Change parameter type from format_data pointer to
    	value_print_options reference.
    	(print_command_completer): Declare.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog:
    2019-06-13  Pedro Alves  <palves@redhat.com>
    
    	* gdb.base/options.exp: Build executable.
    	(test-print): New procedure.
    	(top level): Call it, once for "print" and another for "compile
    	print".

commit 9d0faba9f52b898f0be539bc4d6fbd084772259d
Author: Pedro Alves <palves@redhat.com>
Date:   Thu Jun 13 00:06:53 2019 +0100

    Introduce generic command options framework
    
    This commit adds a generic command options framework, that makes it
    easy enough to add '-'-style options to commands in a uniform way,
    instead of each command implementing option parsing in its own way.
    
    Options are defined in arrays of option_def objects (for option
    definition), and the same options definitions are used for supporting
    TAB completion, and also for generating the relevant help fragment of
    the "help" command.  See the gdb::options::build_help function, which
    returns a string with the result of replacing %OPTIONS% in a template
    string with an auto-generated "help" string fragment for all the
    passed-in options.
    
    Since most options in GDB are in the form of "-OPT", with a single
    dash, this is the format that the framework supports.
    
    I like to think of gdb's "-OPT" as the equivalent to getopt's long
    options format ("--OPT"), and gdb's "/" as the equivalent to getopt's
    short options format.  getopt's short options format allows mixing
    several one-character options, like "ls -als", kind of similar to
    gdb's "x /FMT" and "disassemble /MOD", etc.  While with gdb's "-"
    options, the option is expected to have a full name, and to be
    abbreviatable.  E.g., "watch -location", "break -function main", etc.
    
    This patch only deals with "-" options.  The above comment serves more
    to disclose why I don't think we should support mixing several
    unrelated options in a single "-" option invocation, like "thread
    apply -qcs" instead of "thread apply -q -c -s".
    
    The following patches will add uses of the infrastructure to several
    key commands.  Most notably, "print", "compile print", "backtrace",
    "frame apply" and "thread apply".  I tried to add options to several
    commands in order to make sure the framework didn't leave that many
    open holes open.
    
    Options use the same type as set commands -- enum var_types.  So
    boolean options are var_boolean, enum options are var_enum, etc.  The
    idea is to share code between settings commands and command options.
    The "print" options will be based on the "set print" commands, and
    their names will be the same.  Actually, their definitions will be the
    same too.  There is a function to create "set/show" commands from an
    array for option definitions:
    
     /* Install set/show commands for options defined in OPTIONS.  DATA is
        a pointer to the structure that holds the data associated with the
        OPTIONS array.  */
     extern void add_setshow_cmds_for_options (command_class cmd_class, void *data,
    					   gdb::array_view<const option_def> options,
    					   struct cmd_list_element **set_list,
    					   struct cmd_list_element **show_list);
    
    That will be used by several following patches.
    
    Other features:
    
     - You can use the "--" delimiter to explicitly indicate end of
       options.  Several existing commands use this token sequence for
       this effect already, so this just standardizes it.
    
     - You can shorten option names, as long as unambiguous.  Currently,
       some commands allow this (e.g., break -function), while others do
       not (thread apply all -ascending).  As GDB allows abbreviating
       command names and other things, it feels more GDB-ish to allow
       abbreviating option names too, to me.
    
     - For boolean options, 0/1 stands for off/on, just like with boolean
       "set" commands.
    
     - For boolean options, "true" is implied, just like with boolean "set
       commands.
    
    These are the option types supported, with a few examples:
    
     - boolean options (var_boolean).  The option's argument is optional.
    
       (gdb) print -pretty on -- *obj
       (gdb) print -pretty off -- *obj
       (gdb) print -p -- *obj
       (gdb) print -p 0 -- *obj
    
     - flag options (like var_boolean, but no option argument (on/off))
    
       (gdb) thread apply all -s COMMAND
    
     - enum options  (var_enum)
    
       (gdb) bt -entry-values compact
       (gdb) bt -e c
    
     - uinteger options (var_uinteger)
    
       (gdb) print -elements 100 -- *obj
       (gdb) print -e 100 -- *obj
       (gdb) print -elements unlimited -- *obj
       (gdb) print -e u -- *obj
    
     - zuinteger-unlimited options (var_zuinteger_unlimited)
    
       (gdb) print -max-depth 100 -- obj
       (gdb) print -max-depth -1 -- obj
       (gdb) print -max-depth unlimited -- obj
    
    Other var_types could be supported, of course.  These were just the
    types that I needed for the commands that I ported over, in the
    following patches.
    
    It was interesting (and unfortunate) to find that we need at least 3
    different modes to cover the existing commands:
    
    - Commands that require ending options with "--" if you specify any
      option: "print" and "compile print".
    
    - Commands that do not want to require "--", and want to error out if
      you specify an unknown option (i.e., an unknown argument that starts
      with '-'): "compile code" / "compile file".
    
    - Commands that do not want to require "--", and want to process
      unknown options themselves: "bt", because of "bt -COUNT",
      "thread/frame apply", because "-" is a valid command.
    
    The different behavior is encoded in the process_options_mode enum,
    passed to process_options/complete_options.
    
    For testing, this patch adds one representative maintenance command
    for each of the process_options_mode values, that are used by the
    testsuite to exercise the options framework:
    
     (gdb) maint test-options require-delimiter
     (gdb) maint test-options unknown-is-error
     (gdb) maint test-options unknown-is-operand
    
    and adds another command to help with TAB-completion testing:
    
     (gdb) maint show test-options-completion-result
    
    See their description at the top of the maint-test-options.c file.
    
    Docs/NEWS are in a patch later in the series.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    2019-06-13  Pedro Alves  <palves@redhat.com>
    
    	* Makefile.in (SUBDIR_CLI_SRCS): Add cli/cli-option.c.
    	(COMMON_SFILES): Add maint-test-settings.c.
    	* cli/cli-decode.c (boolean_enums): New global, factored out from
    	...
    	(add_setshow_boolean_cmd): ... here.
    	* cli/cli-decode.h (boolean_enums): Declare.
    	* cli/cli-option.c: New file.
    	* cli/cli-option.h: New file.
    	* cli/cli-setshow.c (parse_cli_boolean_value(const char **)): New,
    	factored out from ...
    	(parse_cli_boolean_value(const char *)): ... this.
    	(is_unlimited_literal): Change parameter type to pointer to
    	pointer.  Adjust and advance ARG pointer.
    	(parse_cli_var_uinteger, parse_cli_var_zuinteger_unlimited)
    	(parse_cli_var_enum): New, factored out from ...
    	(do_set_command): ... this.  Adjust.
    	* cli/cli-setshow.h (parse_cli_boolean_value)
    	(parse_cli_var_uinteger, parse_cli_var_zuinteger_unlimited)
    	(parse_cli_var_enum): Declare.
    	* cli/cli-utils.c: Include "cli/cli-option.h".
    	(get_ulongest): New.
    	* cli/cli-utils.h (get_ulongest): Declare.
    	(check_for_argument): New overloads.
    	* maint-test-options.c: New file.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog:
    2019-06-13  Pedro Alves  <palves@redhat.com>
    
    	* gdb.base/options.c: New file.
    	* gdb.base/options.exp: New file.

commit 2c722807a752ce468b04fcf6d29857f377beeaf5
Author: Pedro Alves <palves@redhat.com>
Date:   Thu Jun 13 00:06:53 2019 +0100

    number_or_range_parser::get_number, don't treat "1 -" as a range
    
    While adding -OPT options to "frame apply level", I noticed that:
    
     (gdb) frame apply level 0 -[TAB]
    
    wasn't completing on the supported options.  This commit fixes it.
    We'll get instead:
    
      (gdb) frame apply level 0 -
      -c           -past-entry  -past-main   -q           -s
    
    I added the isspace check because this case:
    
      (gdb) frame apply level 0-
    
    can't be an option.
    
    Tests for this will be in a new gdb.base/options.exp file, in a
    following patch.  It will exercise all of:
    
      (gdb) frame apply level 0-
      (gdb) frame apply level 0 -
      (gdb) frame apply level 0 --
      (gdb) frame apply level 0 -- -
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    2019-06-13  Pedro Alves  <palves@redhat.com>
    
    	* cli/cli-utils.c (number_or_range_parser::get_number): Do not
    	parse a range if "-" is at the end of the string.

commit dee7b4c83a636471ee321fb4fe1c3be0a16a9ea7
Author: Pedro Alves <palves@redhat.com>
Date:   Thu Jun 13 00:06:52 2019 +0100

    boolean/auto-boolean commands, make "o" ambiguous
    
    We currently accept "o" with boolean/auto-boolean commands, taking it
    to mean "on".  But "o" is ambiguous, between "on" and "off".  I can't
    imagine why assuming the user wanted to type "on" is a good idea, it
    might have been a typo.
    
    This commit makes gdb error out.  We now get:
    
     (gdb) maint test-settings set boolean o
     "on" or "off" expected.
    
     (gdb) maint test-settings set auto-boolean o
     "on", "off" or "auto" expected.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    2019-06-13  Pedro Alves  <palves@redhat.com>
    
    	* cli/cli-setshow.c (parse_auto_binary_operation)
    	(parse_cli_boolean_value): Don't allow "o".
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog:
    2019-06-13  Pedro Alves  <palves@redhat.com>
    
    	* gdb.base/settings.exp (test-boolean, test-auto-boolean): Check
    	that "o" is ambiguous.

commit dca0f6c0a4bafff9039d8bdb2a7efec9f70ce82f
Author: Pedro Alves <palves@redhat.com>
Date:   Thu Jun 13 00:06:52 2019 +0100

    New set/show testing framework (gdb.base/settings.exp)
    
    This commit adds new representative commands for all types of settings
    commands supported by gdb (enum var_types), and then uses them to
    exercise settings parsing and completion.
    
      (gdb) maint test-settings s[TAB]
      set   show
    
      (gdb) maint test-settings set [TAB]
      auto-boolean         integer              uinteger
      boolean              optional-filename    zinteger
      enum                 string               zuinteger
      filename             string-noescape      zuinteger-unlimited
    
      (gdb) maint test-settings set enum [TAB]
      xxx  yyy  zzz
    
      etc.
    
    This is basically unit testing, except that it goes fully via GDB.  It
    must be done this way in order to exercise TAB completion properly,
    which must go via readline.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    2019-06-13  Pedro Alves  <palves@redhat.com>
    
    	* Makefile.in (COMMON_SFILES): Add maint-test-settings.c.
    	* NEWS: Mention maint test-settings KIND.
    	* maint-test-settings.c: New file.
    
    gdb/doc/ChangeLog:
    2019-06-13  Pedro Alves  <palves@redhat.com>
    
    	* gdb.texinfo (Maintenance Commands): Document "maint
    	test-settings" commands.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog:
    2019-06-13  Pedro Alves  <palves@redhat.com>
    
    	* gdb.base/settings.c: New file.
    	* gdb.base/settings.exp: New file.

commit ccf46844d3e5ad4af9f3a10cc0599c939138d566
Author: Pedro Alves <palves@redhat.com>
Date:   Thu Jun 13 00:06:52 2019 +0100

    gdb.base/completion.exp: Fix comment typo
    
    Noticed this while writing the following patch.  We cd to $srcdir, not $objdir.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog:
    2019-06-13  Pedro Alves  <palves@redhat.com>
    
    	* gdb.base/completion.exp: Fix comment typo.

commit 597bf39df91c9a2e27cf1966dd4c942ac645ae33
Author: Pedro Alves <palves@redhat.com>
Date:   Thu Jun 13 00:06:52 2019 +0100

    Remove "show" command completers, "set" command completers for string commands
    
    The default command completer is symbol_completer, but it makes no
    sense for a "show" command to complete on symbols, or anything else,
    really.
    
    I wonder whether we should instead make the default be no completer.
    That seems like a much larger/complicated audit/change, so I'd like to
    move forward with this version, as it'll be covered by tests.  I
    noticed this because a following patch will add a new
    gdb.base/settings.exp testcase that exercises all sorts of details of
    settings commands, including completing the show commands, using new
    representative "maint test-settings <type or settings command>"
    commands.
    
    Also remove the completer for var_string and var_string_noescape
    commands.  No point in completing symbols when GDB is expecting a
    string.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    2019-06-13  Pedro Alves  <palves@redhat.com>
    
    	* cli/cli-decode.c (add_setshow_cmd_full): Remove "show"
    	completer.
    	(add_setshow_string_cmd, add_setshow_string_noescape_cmd): Remove
    	"set" completers.

commit 48c410fb70fe09c036e27092880db687e5c2fb0b
Author: Pedro Alves <palves@redhat.com>
Date:   Thu Jun 13 00:06:52 2019 +0100

    Fix "set enum-command value junk"
    
    With enum commands, we currently fail to notice junk after the value.
    
    Currently:
    
      (gdb) set print entry-values compact foo
      (gdb) show print entry-values foo
      Printing of function arguments at function entry is "compact".
    
    After this fix:
    
     (gdb) set print entry-values compact foo
      Junk after item "compact": foo
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    2019-06-13  Pedro Alves  <palves@redhat.com>
    
    	* cli/cli-setshow.c (do_set_command) <var_enum>: Detect junk
    	after item.

commit 93bcb04349eb500781747a542ececc7a8ba3bd95
Author: Pedro Alves <palves@redhat.com>
Date:   Thu Jun 13 00:06:52 2019 +0100

    Allow "unlimited" abbreviations
    
    Currently we can abbreviate "on/off/enable/disable/yes/no" in boolean
    settings,
    
      (gdb) set non-stop of
      (gdb) set non-stop en
    
    we can abbreviate the items of enumeration commands,
    
      (gdb) set print frame-arguments scal
      (gdb) set scheduler-locking rep
    
    but we cannot abbreviate "unlimited" in integer commands.
    
     (gdb) set print elements u
     No symbol "u" in current context.
    
    This commit fixes that.
    
    Testcases will be in gdb.base/settings.exp and gdb.base/options.exp,
    in following patches.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    2019-06-13  Pedro Alves  <palves@redhat.com>
    
    	* cli/cli-setshow.c (is_unlimited_literal): Allow abbreviations.

commit cbba3ecd36f0f861e4e810fbd5415c9759080cdc
Author: Pedro Alves <palves@redhat.com>
Date:   Thu Jun 13 00:06:52 2019 +0100

    Make check_for_argument skip whitespace after arg itself
    
    Basically every caller of check_for_argument needs to skip space after
    the argument.  This patch makes check_for_argument do it itself.
    
    Suggested by Philippe Waroquiers.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    2019-06-13  Pedro Alves <palves@redhat.com>
    
    	* ax-gdb.c (agent_command_1): Remove skip_spaces call.
    	* breakpoint.c (watch_maybe_just_location): Remove skip_spaces
    	call.
    	* cli/cli-cmds.c (apropos_command): Remove skip_spaces call.
    	* cli/cli-utils.c (extract_info_print_args): Remove skip_spaces
    	calls.
    	(check_for_argument): Skip spaces after argument.

commit b9a3f8429b012b753e30a4222bd8e4cbba019fad
Author: Pedro Alves <palves@redhat.com>
Date:   Thu Jun 13 00:06:52 2019 +0100

    Fix TID parser bug
    
    I noticed this inconsistency in the error messages below:
    
     (gdb) print --1
     Left operand of assignment is not an lvalue.
    
     (gdb) thread apply 1 print --1
    
     Thread 1 (Thread 0x7ffff7fb6740 (LWP 17805)):
     inverted range
    
    The "inverted range" error happens because get_number_trailer returns
    0 to indicate error, but number_or_range_parser::get_number is not
    checking for that.  I tried detected the error there, but that doesn't
    work because number_of_range_parser is used in places that _do_ want
    to legitimately handle 0.  IMO we should fix get_number_trailer's
    interface or use something else when we want to parse 0 too.
    
    I've decided to fix it in a different way, similarly to how
    number_or_range_parser::finished was changed in commit 529c08b25ec7
    ("Add helper functions parse_flags and parse_flags_qcs").
    
    Seems like a good change, even if we tweaked
    number_or_range_parser::get_number, as it simplifies
    thread_apply_command and makes them consistent with
    number_or_range_parser::finished().
    
    We now get the same error message in both cases:
    
     (gdb) print --1
     Left operand of assignment is not an lvalue.
    
     (gdb) thread apply 1 print --1
    
     Thread 1 (Thread 0x7ffff7fb6740 (LWP 17805)):
     Left operand of assignment is not an lvalue.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    2019-06-13  Pedro Alves  <palves@redhat.com>
    
    	* thread.c (thread_apply_command): Adjust TID parsing.
    	* tid-parse.c (tid_range_parser::finished): Ensure parsing end is
    	detected before end of string.
    	(tid_is_in_list): Error out if LIST is invalid.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog:
    2019-06-13  Pedro Alves  <palves@redhat.com>
    
    	* gdb.multi/tids.exp: Adjust expected output.  Add "thread apply 1
    	foo --1" test.

commit 3844e605e61777555aed09ab8ce88db2da95bc0b
Author: Pedro Alves <palves@redhat.com>
Date:   Thu Jun 13 00:06:52 2019 +0100

    Fix latent bug with custom word point completers
    
    Completion routines that use a custom word point, and that then
    recurse into complete_line (e.g., if we make "thread apply" a custom
    word point completer, and complete on the command passed as argument),
    we stumble on this latent bug:
    
     (gdb) thread apply all pri[TAB]
     (gdb) thread apply all priprint
    
    The problem is that there's a spot in complete_line_internal_1 that
    rewinds the completion word but does not reflect that change in the
    custom word point in the tracker.  This patch fixes it.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    2019-06-13  Pedro Alves  <palves@redhat.com>
    
    	* completer.c (complete_line_internal_1): Rewind completion word
    	point.
    	(completion_tracker::advance_custom_word_point_by): Change
    	parameter type to int.
    	* completer.h (completion_tracker::advance_custom_word_point_by):
    	Likewise.

commit 00b56dbe7016bc33f882525a47faab943fdeda9a
Author: Pedro Alves <palves@redhat.com>
Date:   Thu Jun 13 00:06:52 2019 +0100

    Fix latent bug in custom word point completion handling
    
    Without this fix, if we switch the "print" completer to custom word
    point handling, we regress gdb.base/completion.exp like this:
    
     (gdb) p "break1.c FAIL: gdb.base/completion.exp: complete 'p "break1' (timeout)
    
    The problem is that completing an expression that starts with double
    quotes, and resolves to a filename, like this:
    
     (gdb) p "break1[TAB]
    
    would change from this, with current master:
    
     (gdb) p "break1.c"|
             ^^^^^^^^^^|
                       \- cursor here
    
    to this:
    
     (gdb) p "break1.c |
             ^^^^^^^^^^|
                       \- quote replaced by space
    
    The issue is that completer.c:advance_to_completion_word misses
    telling the completion tracker to emulate readline's handling of
    completing a string when rl_find_completion_word returns a delimiter.
    
    This commit fixes the latent bug.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    2019-06-13  Pedro Alves  <palves@redhat.com>
    
    	* completer.c (advance_to_completion_word): Handle delimiters.

commit e4c4ac46e8e7ef92311181f85b193af369897151
Author: Stafford Horne <shorne@gmail.com>
Date:   Thu Jun 13 06:16:19 2019 +0900

    opcodes/or1k: Regenerate opcodes
    
    This picks up changes for:
      - new orfpx64a32 spec additions
      - new unordered instructions
      - symbol and documentation updates
    
    opcodes/ChangeLog:
    
    	* or1k-asm.c: Regenerated.
    	* or1k-desc.c: Regenerated.
    	* or1k-desc.h: Regenerated.
    	* or1k-dis.c: Regenerated.
    	* or1k-ibld.c: Regenerated.
    	* or1k-opc.c: Regenerated.
    	* or1k-opc.h: Regenerated.
    	* or1k-opinst.c: Regenerated.

commit a2e4218f237dd1555249555f8be4165aa8e56b6a
Author: Stafford Horne <shorne@gmail.com>
Date:   Thu Jun 13 06:16:19 2019 +0900

    cpu/or1k: Update fpu compare symbols to imply set flag
    
    The fpu compare symbols where not including 'sf' in the mnemonic.  So
    instead of `lf-sfeq` (implying set flag if operands are equal) we were
    having `lf-eq`.   This patch adds the 'sf'.  This helps with making the
    generated CGEN documentation consistent and ordered correctly.
    
    cpu/ChangeLog:
    
    yyyy-mm-dd  Stafford Horne  <shorne@gmail.com>
    
    	* or1korfpx.cpu (float-setflag-insn-base): Add 'sf' to symbol.

commit eb212c84a12bd0adb29792737ab2423d72c182f7
Author: Stafford Horne <shorne@gmail.com>
Date:   Thu Jun 13 06:16:19 2019 +0900

    cpu/or1k: Document no branch delay slot architectures and l.adrp
    
    The 'nd' architectures did not mention what the 'nd' stands for.
    Document that these mean 'no brach delay slot'.
    
    cpu/ChangeLog:
    
    yyyy-mm-dd  Stafford Horne  <shorne@gmail.com>
    
    	* or1k.cpu (or64nd, or32nd, or1200nd): Update comment.a
    	(l-adrp): Improve comment.

commit d3ad6278d6b977cfeb3156b65862224899549c76
Author: Stafford Horne <shorne@gmail.com>
Date:   Thu Jun 13 06:16:19 2019 +0900

    cpu/or1k: Define unordered comparisons
    
    Add support for new floating point unordered comparisons.  These have been
    defined in OpenRISC architecture proposal 7[0] and are now included in the
    architecture specification 1.3.
    
    These new instructions provide the ability for floating point comparisons to
    detect NaNs.
    
    [0] https://openrisc.io/proposals/lfsf
    
    cpu/ChangeLog:
    
    yyyy-mm-dd  Stafford Horne  <shorne@gmail.com>
    
    	* or1korfpx.cpu (insn-opcode-float-regreg): Add SFUEQ_S, SFUNE_S,
    	SFUGT_S, SFUGE_S, SFULT_S, SFULE_S, SFUN_S, SFUEQ_D, SFUNE_D, SFUGT_D,
    	SFUGE_D, SFULT_D, SFULE_D, SFUN_D opcodes.
    	(float-setflag-insn-base): New pmacro based on float-setflag-insn.
    	(float-setflag-symantics, float-setflag-unordered-cmp-symantics,
    	float-setflag-unordered-symantics): New pmacro for instruction
    	symantics.
    	(float-setflag-insn): Update to use float-setflag-insn-base.
    	(float-setflag-unordered-insn): New pmacro for generating instructions.

commit 6ce26ac7c381c78858b9a7bac344b5cd04bfb03e
Author: Stafford Horne <shorne@gmail.com>
Date:   Thu Jun 13 06:16:18 2019 +0900

    cpu/or1k: Add support for orfp64a32 spec
    
    This patch adds support for OpenRISC 64-bit FPU operations on 32-bit cores by
    using register pairs.  The functionality has been added to OpenRISC architecture
    specification version 1.3 as per architecture proposal 14[0].
    
    For supporting assembly of both 64-bit and 32-bit precision instructions we have
    defined CGEN_VALIDATE_INSN_SUPPORTED.  This allows cgen to use 64-bit bit
    architecture assembly parsing on 64-bit toolchains and 32-bit architecture
    assembly parsing on 32-bit toolchains.  Without this the assembler has issues
    parsing register pairs.
    
    This patch also contains a few fixes to the symantics for existing OpenRISC
    single and double precision FPU operations.
    
    [0] https://openrisc.io/proposals/orfpx64a32
    
    cpu/ChangeLog:
    
    yyyy-mm-dd  Andrey Bacherov  <avbacherov@opencores.org>
    	    Stafford Horne  <shorne@gmail.com>
    
    	* or1k.cpu (ORFPX64A32-MACHS): New pmacro.
    	(ORFPX-MACHS): Removed pmacro.
    	* or1k.opc (or1k_cgen_insn_supported): New function.
    	(CGEN_VALIDATE_INSN_SUPPORTED): Define macro.
    	(parse_regpair, print_regpair): New functions.
    	* or1kcommon.cpu (h-spr, spr-shift, spr-address, h-gpr): Reorder
    	and add comments.
    	(h-fdr): Update comment to indicate or64.
    	(reg-pair-reg-lo, reg-pair-reg-hi): New pmacros for register pairs.
    	(h-fd32r): New hardware for 64-bit fpu registers.
    	(h-i64r): New hardware for 64-bit int registers.
    	* or1korbis.cpu (f-resv-8-1): New field.
    	* or1korfpx.cpu (rDSF, rASF, rBSF): Update attribute to ORFPX32-MACHS.
    	(rDDF, rADF, rBDF): Update operand comment to indicate or64.
    	(f-rdoff-10-1, f-raoff-9-1, f-rboff-8-1): New fields.
    	(h-roff1): New hardware.
    	(double-field-and-ops mnemonic): New pmacro to generate operations
    	rDD32F, rAD32F, rBD32F, rDDI and rADI.
    	(float-regreg-insn): Update single precision generator to MACH
    	ORFPX32-MACHS.  Add generator for or32 64-bit instructions.
    	(float-setflag-insn): Update single precision generator to MACH
    	ORFPX32-MACHS.  Fix double instructions from single to double
    	precision.  Add generator for or32 64-bit instructions.
    	(float-cust-insn cust-num): Update single precision generator to MACH
    	ORFPX32-MACHS.  Add generator for or32 64-bit instructions.
    	(lf-rem-s, lf-itof-s, lf-ftoi-s, lf-madd-s): Update MACH to
    	ORFPX32-MACHS.
    	(lf-rem-d): Fix operation from mod to rem.
    	(lf-rem-d32, lf-itof-d32, lf-ftoi-d32, lf-madd-d32): New instruction.
    	(lf-itof-d): Fix operands from single to double.
    	(lf-ftoi-d): Update operand mode from DI to WI.

commit a0e44ef56c4d1a20785fe3bcb368638d1af148cf
Author: Peter Bergner <bergner@linux.ibm.com>
Date:   Wed Jun 12 15:51:01 2019 -0500

    Add missing ChangeLog entries

commit 6fbc939cfdbdf02f205c20925583738b0f835e62
Author: Peter Bergner <bergner@linux.ibm.com>
Date:   Wed Jun 12 15:48:53 2019 -0500

    Remove the ldmx mnemonic that never made it into POWER9.
    
    opcodes/
    	* ppc-opc.c (powerpc_opcodes) <ldmx>: Delete mnemonic.
    
    gas/
    	* testsuite/gas/ppc/power9.d: Delete ldmx tests.
    	* testsuite/gas/ppc/power9.s: Likewise.

commit 62e0492f5723dd3db5e5a48a3a0ac161d7ba2701
Author: Adam Lackorzymski <adam@os.inf.tu-dresden.de>
Date:   Wed Jun 12 15:05:21 2019 +0100

    Prevent a seg-fault from objdup when disassembling binaries which do not contain a symbol table.
    
    	PR 24643
    	* elf32-arm.c (arm_elf_find_function): Fail if the symol table is
    	absent, or the bfd is not in the ELF formart.
    	* elfnn-aarch64.c (aarch64_elf_find_function): Likewise.

commit 9abca70219e8e15991b9a4d3034672c9f720234f
Author: Christos Zoulas <christos@zoulas.com>
Date:   Wed Jun 12 14:51:17 2019 +0100

    Add support for NetBSD PaX notes to readelf.
    
    	PR 24663
    	* readelf.c (process_netbsd_elf_note): Add support for
    	NT_NETBSD_PAX.
    	(process_note): Add support for PaX notes.

commit c0d38b0ec6756de6a0b68477e47bb8619eef2262
Author: Christos Zoulas <christos@zoulas.com>
Date:   Wed Jun 12 14:35:04 2019 +0100

    Add support for NetBSD/sh3 core reg sections to readelf.
    
    	PR 24665
    	* readelf.c (get_netbsd_elfcore_note_type): Add support for SH
    	core notes.

commit 540e617049db92b4371fa90cadd4cd994508f86d
Author: Christos Zoulas <christos@zoulas.com>
Date:   Wed Jun 12 13:52:04 2019 +0100

    Add support to readelf to display NetBSD auxv notes in core files.
    
    	PR 24664
    	* readelf.c (get_netbsd_elfcore_note_type): Add support for NetBSD
    	auxv notes.

commit 0529f3fe5c33894387df407b2f33879da7778e08
Author: GDB Administrator <gdbadmin@sourceware.org>
Date:   Wed Jun 12 00:00:16 2019 +0000

    Automatic date update in version.in

commit d106773eaca95698838b930a7b512469a38a6771
Author: Pedro Alves <palves@redhat.com>
Date:   Tue Jun 11 20:37:09 2019 +0100

    Dwarf: Don't add nameless modules to partial symbol table (ChangeLogs)
    
    Add missing ChangeLog entries for previous commit.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    2019-06-11  Bernhard Heckel  <bernhard.heckel@intel.com>
    
    	* dwarf2read.c (add_partial_symbol): Skip nameless modules.
    
    gdb/testsuite/Changelog:
    2019-06-11  Bernhard Heckel  <bernhard.heckel@intel.com>
    
    	* gdb.fortran/block-data.f: New.
    	* gdb.fortran/block-data.exp: New.

commit a5fd13a91534b1c79a4b61995894a5bb4f08d3b0
Author: Bernhard Heckel <bernhard.heckel@intel.com>
Date:   Wed Feb 27 15:21:12 2019 +0100

    Dwarf: Don't add nameless modules to partial symbol table
    
    A name for BLOCK DATA in Fortran is optional.  If no name has been
    assigned, GDB crashes during read-in of DWARF when BLOCK DATA is
    represented via DW_TAG_module.  BLOCK DATA is used for one-time
    initialization of non-pointer variables in named common blocks.
    
    As of now there is no issue when gfortran is used as DW_TAG_module is
    not emitted.  However, with Intel ifort the nameless DW_TAG_module is
    present and has the following form:
    
     ...
      <1><dd>: Abbrev Number: 7 (DW_TAG_module)
         <de>   DW_AT_decl_line   : 46
         <df>   DW_AT_decl_file   : 1
         <e0>   DW_AT_description : (indirect string, offset: 0x110): block
     data
         <e4>   DW_AT_high_pc     : 0x402bb7
         <ec>   DW_AT_low_pc      : 0x402bb7
     ...
    
    The missing name leads to a crash in add_partial_symbol, during length
    calculation.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    2019-06-11  Bernhard Heckel  <bernhard.heckel@intel.com>
    
    	* dwarf2read.c (add_partial_symbol): Skip nameless modules.
    
    gdb/testsuite/Changelog:
    2019-06-11  Bernhard Heckel  <bernhard.heckel@intel.com>
    
    	* gdb.fortran/block-data.f: New.
    	* gdb.fortran/block-data.exp: New.

commit 2057d69dccf36206be3bec5d48ff165621e9a06c
Author: Christos Zoulas <christos@zoulas.com>
Date:   Tue Jun 11 16:43:25 2019 +0100

    Add support for reporting Alpha and Vax symbol visibility in readelf.
    
    	PR 24662
    	* readelf.c (get_alpha_symbol_other): New function.
    	(get_symbol_other): Use for Alpha symbols.
    	(is_32bit_pcrel_reloc): Add R_VAX_PCREL32.

commit 08f10e02be1bb218d6edcde87b9f59dd11b40a78
Author: Tom Tromey <tom@tromey.com>
Date:   Wed May 29 15:49:10 2019 -0600

    Move gdb's xmalloc and friends to new file
    
    When "common" becomes a library, linking will cause a symbol clash,
    because "xmalloc" and some related symbols are defined in that
    library, libiberty, and readline.
    
    To work around this problem, this patch moves the clashing symbols to
    a new file, which is then compiled separately for both gdb and
    gdbserver.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-06-11  Tom Tromey  <tom@tromey.com>
    
    	* common/common-utils.c (xmalloc, xrealloc, xcalloc)
    	(xmalloc_failed): Move to alloc.c.
    	* alloc.c: New file.
    	* Makefile.in (COMMON_SFILES): Add alloc.c.
    
    gdb/gdbserver/ChangeLog
    2019-06-11  Tom Tromey  <tom@tromey.com>
    
    	* Makefile.in (SFILES): Add alloc.c.
    	(OBS): Add alloc.o.
    	(IPA_OBJS): Add alloc-ipa.o.
    	(alloc-ipa.o): New target.
    	(%.o: ../%.c): New pattern rule.

commit 1c7fe9515dc1e8aa6378075ef56a646c1efdf7f5
Author: Tom Tromey <tom@tromey.com>
Date:   Sun May 5 18:28:13 2019 -0600

    Remove linux-waitpid.c debugging code
    
    The debugging code in linux-waitpid.c is one of the few remaining
    spots that depends on the gdb/gdbserver difference.
    
    My first thought was that this code is not extremely useful, so this
    patch removes this code.  (However, if it is actually useful to
    someone, we could make it work by introducing a new abstraction.)
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-06-11  Tom Tromey  <tom@tromey.com>
    
    	* nat/linux-waitpid.c: Don't include server.h.
    	(linux_debug): Remove.
    	(my_waitpid): Update.

commit c93dbb25ac4dba2e959bfd30684a36773298c853
Author: Christos Zoulas <christos@zoulas.com>
Date:   Tue Jun 11 14:36:47 2019 +0100

    Fix an unitinitalised local variable in decode_arm_unwind().
    
    	PR 24661
    	* readelf.c (decode_arm_unwind): Ensure that the local variable
    	'addr' is always initialised.

commit 89549d7f4d27b63c4aaab4456e21dab1ee96a40a
Author: Tom Tromey <tromey@adacore.com>
Date:   Tue Jun 4 06:17:09 2019 -0600

    Remove trailing newlines from help text
    
    I noticed recently that some command had a trailing newline in its
    "help" output.  So, I temporarily hacked cli-decode.c to print
    something when a new command was installed that had a trailing newline
    in its help message, and wrote this patch, which removes all the ones
    I could find this way.  (There could still be a few more in *-nat
    files.)
    
    Tested on x86-64 Fedora 29.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-06-11  Tom Tromey  <tromey@adacore.com>
    
    	* infcall.c (_initialize_infcall): Remove trailing newline from
    	help.
    	* user-regs.c (_initialize_user_regs): Remove trailing newline
    	from help.
    	* typeprint.c (_initialize_typeprint): Remove trailing newline
    	from help.
    	* reverse.c (_initialize_reverse): Remove trailing newlines from
    	help.
    	* tracepoint.c (_initialize_tracepoint): Remove trailing newlines
    	from help.
    	* language.c (add_set_language_command): Remove trailing newline
    	from help.
    	* infcmd.c (_initialize_infcmd): Remove trailing newlines from
    	help.
    	* disasm.c (_initialize_disasm): Remove trailing newline from
    	help.
    	* top.c (init_main): Remove trailing newline from help.
    	* interps.c (_initialize_interpreter): Remove trailing newline
    	from help.
    	* btrace.c (_initialize_btrace): Remove trailing newlines from
    	help.
    	* breakpoint.c (_initialize_breakpoint): Remove trailing newline
    	from help.
    	* python/python.c (_initialize_python): Remove trailing newline
    	from help.
    	* spu-tdep.c (_initialize_spu_tdep): Remove trailing newlines from
    	help.
    	* tui/tui-win.c (_initialize_tui_win): Remove trailing newlines
    	from help.  Reformat some text.
    	* tui/tui-stack.c (_initialize_tui_stack): Remove trailing newline
    	from help.
    	* tui/tui-layout.c (_initialize_tui_layout): Remove trailing
    	newline from help.

commit fea82da0fe15137fda0056c0f0b92b6e70997ea8
Author: Tom de Vries <tdevries@suse.de>
Date:   Tue Jun 11 13:54:10 2019 +0200

    [gdb/testsuite] Fix remove-inferiors.exp FAIL with readnow board
    
    We see this failure with the readnow board:
    ...
    FAIL: gdb.multi/remove-inferiors.exp: load binary
    ...
    
    When running with board readnow, an extra message "Expanding full symbols" is
    emitted after the "Reading symbols" message, and the regexp corresponding to
    the FAIL only allows the first message.
    
    Fix this by allowing the extra message in the regexp.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog:
    
    2019-06-11  Tom de Vries  <tdevries@suse.de>
    
    	PR testsuite/24521
    	* gdb.multi/remove-inferiors.exp: Allow "Expanding full symbols"
    	message.

commit 86108c1311d82af6707d38e6d3dae1ec0aa92ec9
Author: Tom Tromey <tromey@blackburn.act-europe.fr>
Date:   Mon Jun 10 22:49:04 2019 +0200

    Remove shadowing from darwin-nat.c
    
    Building on Darwin with gcc showed that darwin-nat.c had some
    shadowing variable declarations.  This removes them.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-06-11  Tom Tromey  <tromey@adacore.com>
    
    	* darwin-nat.c (darwin_decode_exception_message)
    	(darwin_decode_message, darwin_nat_target::kill): Fix shadowing.

commit 8c2e74f18120dd2f2da7d653466c79dea6841b5e
Author: Tom de Vries <tdevries@suse.de>
Date:   Tue Jun 11 13:22:27 2019 +0200

    [gdb/testsuite] Fix main high_pc in nonvar-access.exp
    
    When running gdb.dwarf2/nonvar-access.exp with board readnow, we have:
    ...
    FAIL: gdb.dwarf2/nonvar-access.exp: print/x def_implicit_s
    ...
    and 12 more similar failures.
    
    I've tracked this down to the range of main being hardcoded to
    [_main, _main+0x10000) in the dwarf assembly:
    ...
                DW_TAG_subprogram {
                    {name main}
                    {DW_AT_external 1 flag}
                    {low_pc [gdb_target_symbol main] DW_FORM_addr}
    		{high_pc [gdb_target_symbol main]+0x10000 DW_FORM_addr}
                } {
    ...
    which overlaps with the .debug_info for the elf-init.c CU (containing
    __libc_csu_init and __libc_csu_fini).
    
    Fix this by using function_range to find the actual range of main.
    
    Tested on x86_64-linux.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog:
    
    2019-06-11  Tom de Vries  <tdevries@suse.de>
    
    	PR testsuite/24521
    	* gdb.dwarf2/nonvar-access.exp: Fix main high_pc.

commit b49851c8e2bbb38e0e0f977e3fcc7abe3ad157b5
Author: Tom de Vries <tdevries@suse.de>
Date:   Tue Jun 11 09:42:56 2019 +0200

    [gdb/testsuite] Add readnow.exp
    
    Add a target board to test -readnow.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog:
    
    2019-06-11  Tom de Vries  <tdevries@suse.de>
    
    	* boards/readnow.exp: New file.

commit 8bbce0c70250334f436b4e52983f3538d3bdb9ce
Author: GDB Administrator <gdbadmin@sourceware.org>
Date:   Tue Jun 11 00:00:19 2019 +0000

    Automatic date update in version.in

commit a7067863418451b27130bb4300ac1890ff806c12
Author: Andrew Burgess <andrew.burgess@embecosm.com>
Date:   Thu May 23 19:49:41 2019 +0100

    gdb: Check for not allocated/associated values during array slicing
    
    When extracting an array slice we should give up if the array is
    not-allocated or not-associated.  For Fortran, at least in gfortran
    compiled code, the upper and lower bounds are undefined if the array
    is not allocated or not associated, in which case performing checks
    against these bounds will result in undefined behaviour.
    
    Better then to throw an error if we try to slice such an array.  This
    changes the error message that the user will receive in these
    cases (if they got an error message before).  Previously they may have
    gotten "slice out of range" now they'll get "array not allocated" or
    "array not associated".
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    
    	* valops.c (value_slice): Check for not allocated or not
    	associated values.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog:
    
    	* gdb.fortran/vla-sizeof.exp: Update expected results.

commit 9ab084121f50a6858b7298de6c5326cee3687c43
Author: Tom de Vries <tdevries@suse.de>
Date:   Mon Jun 10 20:27:09 2019 +0200

    [gdb] Fix heap-buffer-overflow in cp_find_first_component_aux
    
    When compiling gdb with '-lasan -fsanitizer=address' and running tests with:
    - export ASAN_OPTIONS="detect_leaks=0:alloc_dealloc_mismatch=0",
    - target board cc-with-gdb-index,
    - the "[gdb/testsuite] Fix gdb.base/break-probes.exp with native-gdbserver"
      commit reverted to avoid running into PR24617,
    we get with gdb.arch/amd64-init-x87-values.exp:
    ...
    ==31229==ERROR: AddressSanitizer: heap-buffer-overflow on address \
      0x62500098c93c at pc 0x000000bcc748 bp 0x7ffe39487660 sp 0x7ffe39487658
    READ of size 1 at 0x62500098c93c thread T0
        #0 0xbcc747 in cp_find_first_component_aux src/gdb/cp-support.c:999
        #1 0xbcc6e9 in cp_find_first_component(char const*) \
                       src/gdb/cp-support.c:977
        #2 0xcc2cf3 in mapped_index_base::build_name_components() \
                       src/gdb/dwarf2read.c:4499
        #3 0xcc3322 in dw2_expand_symtabs_matching_symbol src/gdb/dwarf2read.c:4552
        #4 0xcc817f in dw2_expand_symtabs_matching src/gdb/dwarf2read.c:5228
        #5 0xfe8f48 in iterate_over_all_matching_symtabs src/gdb/linespec.c:1147
        #6 0x1003506 in add_matching_symbols_to_info src/gdb/linespec.c:4413
        #7 0xffe21b in find_function_symbols src/gdb/linespec.c:3886
        #8 0xffe4a2 in find_linespec_symbols src/gdb/linespec.c:3914
        #9 0xfee3ad in linespec_parse_basic src/gdb/linespec.c:1865
        #10 0xff5128 in parse_linespec src/gdb/linespec.c:2655
        #11 0xff8872 in event_location_to_sals src/gdb/linespec.c:3150
        #12 0xff90a8 in decode_line_full(event_location const*, int, \
                        program_space*, symtab*, int, linespec_result*, \
    		    char const*, char const*) src/gdb/linespec.c:3230
        #13 0x9ce449 in parse_breakpoint_sals src/gdb/breakpoint.c:9057
        #14 0x9ea022 in create_sals_from_location_default src/gdb/breakpoint.c:13708
        #15 0x9e2c1f in bkpt_create_sals_from_location src/gdb/breakpoint.c:12514
        #16 0x9cff06 in create_breakpoint(gdbarch*, event_location const*, \
                        char const*, int, char const*, int, int, bptype, int, \
    		    auto_boolean, breakpoint_ops const*, int, int, int, \
    		    unsigned int) src/gdb/breakpoint.c:9238
        #17 0x9d114a in break_command_1 src/gdb/breakpoint.c:9402
        #18 0x9d1b60 in break_command(char const*, int) src/gdb/breakpoint.c:9473
        #19 0xac96aa in do_const_cfunc src/gdb/cli/cli-decode.c:106
        #20 0xad0e5a in cmd_func(cmd_list_element*, char const*, int) \
                        src/gdb/cli/cli-decode.c:1892
        #21 0x15226f6 in execute_command(char const*, int) src/gdb/top.c:630
        #22 0xddde37 in command_handler(char const*) src/gdb/event-top.c:586
        #23 0xdde7c1 in command_line_handler(std::unique_ptr<char, \
                        gdb::xfree_deleter<char> >&&) src/gdb/event-top.c:773
        #24 0xddc9e8 in gdb_rl_callback_handler src/gdb/event-top.c:217
        #25 0x16f2198 in rl_callback_read_char src/readline/callback.c:220
        #26 0xddc5a1 in gdb_rl_callback_read_char_wrapper_noexcept \
                        src/gdb/event-top.c:175
        #27 0xddc773 in gdb_rl_callback_read_char_wrapper src/gdb/event-top.c:192
        #28 0xddd9f5 in stdin_event_handler(int, void*) src/gdb/event-top.c:514
        #29 0xdd7d8f in handle_file_event src/gdb/event-loop.c:731
        #30 0xdd8607 in gdb_wait_for_event src/gdb/event-loop.c:857
        #31 0xdd629c in gdb_do_one_event() src/gdb/event-loop.c:321
        #32 0xdd6344 in start_event_loop() src/gdb/event-loop.c:370
        #33 0x10a7715 in captured_command_loop src/gdb/main.c:331
        #34 0x10aa548 in captured_main src/gdb/main.c:1173
        #35 0x10aa5d8 in gdb_main(captured_main_args*) src/gdb/main.c:1188
        #36 0x87bd35 in main src/gdb/gdb.c:32
        #37 0x7f16e1434f89 in __libc_start_main (/lib64/libc.so.6+0x20f89)
        #38 0x87bb49 in _start (build/gdb/gdb+0x87bb49)
    
    0x62500098c93c is located 0 bytes to the right of 8252-byte region \
      [0x62500098a900,0x62500098c93c)
    allocated by thread T0 here:
        #0 0x7f16e359a600 in malloc (/usr/lib64/libasan.so.5+0xeb600)
        #1 0x1742ddf in bfd_malloc src/bfd/libbfd.c:275
        #2 0x1738824 in bfd_get_full_section_contents src/bfd/compress.c:253
        #3 0xe30044 in gdb_bfd_map_section(bfd_section*, unsigned long*) \
                       src/gdb/gdb_bfd.c:704
        #4 0xcb56bf in dwarf2_read_section(objfile*, dwarf2_section_info*) \
                       src/gdb/dwarf2read.c:2539
        #5 0xd5bcd0 in get_gdb_index_contents_from_section<dwarf2_per_objfile> \
                       src/gdb/dwarf2read.c:6217
        #6 0xd7fc7d in gdb::function_view<gdb::array_view<unsigned char const> \
                       (...) const src/gdb/common/function-view.h:284
        #7 0xd7fddd in gdb::function_view<gdb::array_view<unsigned char const> \
                       (...) src/gdb/common/function-view.h:278
        #8 0xd730cf in gdb::function_view<gdb::array_view<unsigned char const> \
                       (...) const src/gdb/common/function-view.h:247
        #9 0xcbc7ee in dwarf2_read_gdb_index src/gdb/dwarf2read.c:3582
        #10 0xcce731 in dwarf2_initialize_objfile(objfile*, dw_index_kind*) \
                        src/gdb/dwarf2read.c:6297
        #11 0xdb88c4 in elf_symfile_read src/gdb/elfread.c:1256
        #12 0x141262a in read_symbols src/gdb/symfile.c:798
        #13 0x14140a7 in syms_from_objfile_1 src/gdb/symfile.c:1000
        #14 0x1414393 in syms_from_objfile src/gdb/symfile.c:1017
        #15 0x1414fb7 in symbol_file_add_with_addrs src/gdb/symfile.c:1124
        #16 0x14159b7 in symbol_file_add_from_bfd(bfd*, char const*, \
                         enum_flags<symfile_add_flag>, std::vector<other_sections, \
    	             std::allocator<other_sections> >*, \
    		     enum_flags<objfile_flag>, objfile*) src/gdb/symfile.c:1203
        #17 0x1415b6c in symbol_file_add(char const*,
                         enum_flags<symfile_add_flag>, std::vector<other_sections, \
    		     std::allocator<other_sections> >*, \
    		     enum_flags<objfile_flag>) src/gdb/symfile.c:1216
        #18 0x1415f2f in symbol_file_add_main_1 src/gdb/symfile.c:1240
        #19 0x1418599 in symbol_file_command(char const*, int) \
                         src/gdb/symfile.c:1675
        #20 0xde2fa6 in file_command src/gdb/exec.c:433
        #21 0xac96aa in do_const_cfunc src/gdb/cli/cli-decode.c:106
        #22 0xad0e5a in cmd_func(cmd_list_element*, char const*, int) \
                        src/gdb/cli/cli-decode.c:1892
        #23 0x15226f6 in execute_command(char const*, int) src/gdb/top.c:630
        #24 0xddde37 in command_handler(char const*) src/gdb/event-top.c:586
        #25 0xdde7c1 in command_line_handler(std::unique_ptr<char, \
                        gdb::xfree_deleter<char> >&&) src/gdb/event-top.c:773
        #26 0xddc9e8 in gdb_rl_callback_handler src/gdb/event-top.c:217
        #27 0x16f2198 in rl_callback_read_char src/readline/callback.c:220
        #28 0xddc5a1 in gdb_rl_callback_read_char_wrapper_noexcept \
                        src/gdb/event-top.c:175
        #29 0xddc773 in gdb_rl_callback_read_char_wrapper src/gdb/event-top.c:192
    
    SUMMARY: AddressSanitizer: heap-buffer-overflow src/gdb/cp-support.c:999 in \
      cp_find_first_component_aux
    Shadow bytes around the buggy address:
      0x0c4a801298d0: 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00
      0x0c4a801298e0: 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00
      0x0c4a801298f0: 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00
      0x0c4a80129900: 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00
      0x0c4a80129910: 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00
    =>0x0c4a80129920: 00 00 00 00 00 00 00[04]fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa
      0x0c4a80129930: fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa
      0x0c4a80129940: fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa
      0x0c4a80129950: fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa
      0x0c4a80129960: fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa
      0x0c4a80129970: fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa
    Shadow byte legend (one shadow byte represents 8 application bytes):
      Addressable:           00
      Partially addressable: 01 02 03 04 05 06 07
      Heap left redzone:       fa
      Freed heap region:       fd
      Stack left redzone:      f1
      Stack mid redzone:       f2
      Stack right redzone:     f3
      Stack after return:      f5
      Stack use after scope:   f8
      Global redzone:          f9
      Global init order:       f6
      Poisoned by user:        f7
      Container overflow:      fc
      Array cookie:            ac
      Intra object redzone:    bb
      ASan internal:           fe
      Left alloca redzone:     ca
      Right alloca redzone:    cb
    ==31229==ABORTING
    ...
    
    The problem happens as follows.
    
    The executable amd64-init-x87-values gets an index (due to target board
    cc-with-gdb-index), which looks as follows:
    ...
    Hex dump of section '.gdb_index':
      0x00000000 08000000 18000000 28000000 28000000 ........(...(...
      0x00000010 3c000000 3c200000 00000000 00000000 <...< ..........
      0x00000020 2e000000 00000000 d4004000 00000000 ..........@.....
      0x00000030 db004000 00000000 00000000 00000000 ..@.............
      0x00000040 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 ................
      0x00000050 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 ................
      ... more zeroes ...
      0x00002010 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 ................
      0x00002020 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 ................
      0x00002030 00000000 00000000 00000000          ............
    ...
    
    The structure of this index is:
    ...
    header       : [0x0, 0x18)     : size 0x18
    culist       : [0x18 ,0x28)    : size 0x10
    typesculist  : [0x28, 0x28)    : size 0x0
    adress area  : [0x28, 0x3c)    : size 0x14
    symbol table : [0x3c, 0x203c)  : size 0x2000
    constant pool: [0x203c, 0x203c): size 0x0
    EOF          : 0x203c
    ...
    
    Note that the symbol table consists entirely of empty slots (where an empty
    slot is a pair of 32-bit zeroes), and that the constant pool is empty.
    
    The problem happens here in mapped_index_base::build_name_components:
    ...
      auto count = this->symbol_name_count ();
      for (offset_type idx = 0; idx < count; idx++)
        {
          if (this->symbol_name_slot_invalid (idx))
    	continue;
    
          const char *name = this->symbol_name_at (idx);
    ...
    when accessing the slot at idx == 0 in the symbol table,
    symbol_name_slot_invalid returns false so we calculate name, which is
    calculated using 'constant_pool + symbol_table[idx].name', which means we get
    name == constant_pool.  And given that the constant pool is empty, name now
    points past the memory allocated for the index, and when we access name[0] for
    the first time in cp_find_first_component_aux, we run into the
    heap-buffer-overflow.
    
    Fix this by fixing the definition of symbol_name_slot_invalid:
    ...
    -    return bucket.name == 0 && bucket.vec;
    +    return bucket.name == 0 && bucket.vec == 0;
    ...
    
    Tested on x86_64-linux.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    
    2019-06-10  Tom de Vries  <tdevries@suse.de>
    
    	PR gdb/24618
    	* dwarf2read.c (struct mapped_index::symbol_name_slot_invalid): Make
    	sure an empty slot (defined by a 32-bit zero pair) is recognized as
    	invalid.

commit f19e22e9226444ee566b5b5633c0a48a4f981eda
Author: Tom de Vries <tdevries@suse.de>
Date:   Mon Jun 10 20:17:14 2019 +0200

    [gdb] Fix dynamic-stack-buffer-overflow in linespec_lexer_lex_string
    
    When compiling gdb with '-lasan -fsanitizer=address' and running tests with
    'export ASAN_OPTIONS="detect_leaks=0:alloc_dealloc_mismatch=0"', I run into:
    ...
    ERROR: GDB process no longer exists
    UNRESOLVED: gdb.linespec/cpls-abi-tag.exp: \
      test_abi_tag: completion: at tag: tab complete "b test_abi_tag_function[abi:"
    ...
    
    In more detail:
    ...
    ==3637==ERROR: AddressSanitizer: dynamic-stack-buffer-overflow on address \
      0x7fff5952bbdd at pc 0x000000fe5c57 bp 0x7fff5952af30 sp 0x7fff5952af28
    READ of size 1 at 0x7fff5952bbdd thread T0
        #0 0xfe5c56 in linespec_lexer_lex_string src/gdb/linespec.c:727
        #1 0xfe7473 in linespec_lexer_lex_one src/gdb/linespec.c:946
        #2 0xfe799d in linespec_lexer_consume_token src/gdb/linespec.c:982
        #3 0xff446d in parse_linespec src/gdb/linespec.c:2564
        #4 0xff78be in linespec_complete(completion_tracker&, char const*, \
                       symbol_name_match_type) src/gdb/linespec.c:2961
        #5 0xb9299c in complete_address_and_linespec_locations \
                       src/gdb/completer.c:573
        #6 0xb93e90 in location_completer(cmd_list_element*, completion_tracker&, \
                       char const*, char const*) src/gdb/completer.c:919
        #7 0xb940c5 in location_completer_handle_brkchars src/gdb/completer.c:956
        #8 0xb957ec in complete_line_internal_normal_command \
                       src/gdb/completer.c:1208
        #9 0xb96507 in complete_line_internal_1 src/gdb/completer.c:1430
        #10 0xb965c2 in complete_line_internal src/gdb/completer.c:1449
        #11 0xb98630 in gdb_completion_word_break_characters_throw \
                        src/gdb/completer.c:1862
        #12 0xb98838 in gdb_completion_word_break_characters() \
                        src/gdb/completer.c:1897
        #13 0x16c6362 in _rl_find_completion_word src/readline/complete.c:943
        #14 0x16ca8d0 in rl_complete_internal src/readline/complete.c:1843
        #15 0x16c460c in rl_complete src/readline/complete.c:408
        #16 0x16b3368 in _rl_dispatch_subseq src/readline/readline.c:774
        #17 0x16b3092 in _rl_dispatch src/readline/readline.c:724
        #18 0x16b2939 in readline_internal_char src/readline/readline.c:552
        #19 0x16f1fb0 in rl_callback_read_char src/readline/callback.c:201
        #20 0xddc5a1 in gdb_rl_callback_read_char_wrapper_noexcept \
                        src/gdb/event-top.c:175
        #21 0xddc773 in gdb_rl_callback_read_char_wrapper src/gdb/event-top.c:192
        #22 0xddd9f5 in stdin_event_handler(int, void*) src/gdb/event-top.c:514
        #23 0xdd7d8f in handle_file_event src/gdb/event-loop.c:731
        #24 0xdd8607 in gdb_wait_for_event src/gdb/event-loop.c:857
        #25 0xdd629c in gdb_do_one_event() src/gdb/event-loop.c:321
        #26 0xdd6344 in start_event_loop() src/gdb/event-loop.c:370
        #27 0x10a7715 in captured_command_loop src/gdb/main.c:331
        #28 0x10aa548 in captured_main src/gdb/main.c:1173
        #29 0x10aa5d8 in gdb_main(captured_main_args*) src/gdb/main.c:1188
        #30 0x87bd35 in main src/gdb/gdb.c:32
        #31 0x7fb0364c6f89 in __libc_start_main (/lib64/libc.so.6+0x20f89)
        #32 0x87bb49 in _start (build/gdb/gdb+0x87bb49)
    
    Address 0x7fff5952bbdd is located in stack of thread T0 at offset 557 in frame
        #0 0xb93702 in location_completer(cmd_list_element*, completion_tracker&, \
                       char const*, char const*) src/gdb/completer.c:831
    
      This frame has 4 object(s):
        [32, 40) 'copy'
        [96, 104) 'location'
        [160, 168) 'text'
        [224, 256) 'completion_info' <== Memory access at offset 557 overflows \
                                        this variable
    HINT: this may be a false positive if your program uses some custom stack \
          unwind mechanism or swapcontext
          (longjmp and C++ exceptions *are* supported)
    SUMMARY: AddressSanitizer: dynamic-stack-buffer-overflow \
             src/gdb/linespec.c:727 in linespec_lexer_lex_string
    Shadow bytes around the buggy address:
      0x10006b29d720: 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00
      0x10006b29d730: 00 00 00 00 00 00 f1 f1 f1 f1 00 f2 f2 f2 f2 f2
      0x10006b29d740: f2 f2 00 f2 f2 f2 f2 f2 f2 f2 00 f2 f2 f2 f2 f2
      0x10006b29d750: f2 f2 00 00 00 00 f3 f3 f3 f3 00 00 00 00 00 00
      0x10006b29d760: 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00
    =>0x10006b29d770: 00 00 00 00 ca ca ca ca 00 00 00[05]cb cb cb cb
      0x10006b29d780: 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 f1 f1 f1 f1
      0x10006b29d790: 00 f2 f2 f2 f2 f2 f2 f2 00 f2 f2 f2 f3 f3 f3 f3
      0x10006b29d7a0: 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00
      0x10006b29d7b0: 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00
      0x10006b29d7c0: 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00
    Shadow byte legend (one shadow byte represents 8 application bytes):
      Addressable:           00
      Partially addressable: 01 02 03 04 05 06 07
      Heap left redzone:       fa
      Freed heap region:       fd
      Stack left redzone:      f1
      Stack mid redzone:       f2
      Stack right redzone:     f3
      Stack after return:      f5
      Stack use after scope:   f8
      Global redzone:          f9
      Global init order:       f6
      Poisoned by user:        f7
      Container overflow:      fc
      Array cookie:            ac
      Intra object redzone:    bb
      ASan internal:           fe
      Left alloca redzone:     ca
      Right alloca redzone:    cb
    ==3637==ABORTING
    ...
    
    The problem happens in linespec_lexer_lex_string when lexing
    "b test_abi_tag_function[abi:\0" (using a notation where we make the implicit
    terminating \0 explicit).
    
    We arrrive here with (PARSER_STREAM (parser)) == ":\0":
    ...
                 /* Do not tokenize ABI tags such as "[abi:cxx11]".  */
                 else if (PARSER_STREAM (parser) - start > 4
                          && startswith (PARSER_STREAM (parser) - 4, "[abi"))
                   ++(PARSER_STREAM (parser));
    ...
    and consume ':', after which we end up here and consume '\0':
    ...
             /* Advance the stream.  */
             ++(PARSER_STREAM (parser));
    ...
    after which (PARSER_STREAM (parser)) points past the end of the string.
    
    Fix this by removing the first "++(PARSER_STREAM (parser))", and add an assert
    to the second one to detect moving past the end-of-string.
    
    Build and tested on x86_64-linux.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    
    2019-06-10  Tom de Vries  <tdevries@suse.de>
    
    	PR gdb/24611
    	* linespec.c (linespec_lexer_lex_string): Remove incorrect
    	"++(PARSER_STREAM (parser))" for "[abi"-prefixed colon.  Add assert.

commit e99f9db0f5211455ca4256e8db9d9081967d255e
Author: Tom de Vries <tdevries@suse.de>
Date:   Mon Jun 10 20:05:04 2019 +0200

    [gdb/symtab] Fix symbol loading performance regression
    
    The commit "[gdb/symtab] Fix language of duplicate static minimal symbol"
    introduces a performance regression, when loading a cc1 executable build with
    -O0 -g and gcc 7.4.0.  The performance regression, measured in 'real' time is
    about 175%.
    
    The slower execution comes from the fact that the fix in symbol_set_names
    makes the call to symbol_find_demangled_name unconditional.
    
    Fix this by reverting the commit, and redoing the fix as follows.
    
    Recapturing the original problem, the first time symbol_set_names is called
    with gsymbol.language == lang_auto and linkage_name == "_ZL3foov", the name is
    not present in the per_bfd->demangled_names_hash hash table, so
    symbol_find_demangled_name is called to demangle the name, after which the
    mangled/demangled pair is added to the hashtable.  The call to
    symbol_find_demangled_name also sets gsymbol.language to lang_cplus.
    The second time symbol_set_names is called with gsymbol.language == lang_auto
    and linkage_name == "_ZL3foov", the name is present in the hash table, so the
    demangled name from the hash table is used.  However, the language of the
    symbol remains lang_auto.
    
    Fix this by adding a field language in struct demangled_name_entry, and using
    the field in symbol_set_names to set the language of gsymbol, if necessary.
    
    Tested on x86_64-linux.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    
    2019-06-10  Tom de Vries  <tdevries@suse.de>
    
    	PR symtab/24545
    	* symtab.c (struct demangled_name_entry): Add language field.
    	(symbol_set_names):  Revert "[gdb/symtab] Fix language of duplicate
    	static minimal symbol".  Set and use language field.

commit c6a636ce375d5af4ce0b3aa78b1cc90fd82040bd
Author: Nick Clifton <nickc@redhat.com>
Date:   Mon Jun 10 15:30:02 2019 +0100

    Fix printing large decimal values in strings.
    
    	PR 24651
    	* strings.c (print_strings): Use %u to print unsigned values in
    	decimal.

commit 9bf7038bb229d6e46a1f1861c257fc47843f114d
Author: Tom Tromey <tromey@adacore.com>
Date:   Mon Jun 3 09:25:39 2019 -0600

    Update help text in ada-lang.c
    
    I noticed that the "catch assert" help text erroneously claimed to
    accept an argument, and while fixing this I went ahead and added
    "Usage" text and made other minor updates to the commands in
    ada-lang.c.
    
    Tested on x86-64 Fedora 29.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-06-10  Tom Tromey  <tromey@adacore.com>
    
    	* ada-lang.c (_initialize_ada_language): Update help text.

commit 422186a95cbb02ee1d34388adceeb4bd289074b9
Author: Tom Tromey <tromey@adacore.com>
Date:   Mon Jun 3 08:07:29 2019 -0600

    Remove newlines from warnings
    
    ARI pointed out that a recent patch introduced a call to "warning"
    with a string that ended in a newline:
    
        https://sourceware.org/ml/gdb-patches/2019-06/msg00000.html
    
    This is generally forbidden, I believe, because warning adds its own
    newline.
    
    This patch removes all of the trailing newlines I was able to find.  I
    searched for 'warning (.*\\n"' and then fixed the ones where the
    newline appeared at the end of the string (some had internal
    newlines).
    
    Tested on x86-64 Fedora 29.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-06-10  Tom Tromey  <tromey@adacore.com>
    
    	* m32c-tdep.c (m32c_m16c_address_to_pointer): Don't end warning
    	with a newline.
    	* guile/guile.c (handle_boot_error): Don't end warning with a
    	newline.
    	* cli/cli-cmds.c (exit_status_set_internal_vars): Don't end
    	warning with a newline.
    	* s12z-tdep.c (s12z_skip_prologue): Don't end warning with a
    	newline.
    	(s12z_frame_cache): Likewise.
    	* dwarf-index-cache.c (index_cache::store): Don't end warning with
    	a newline.
    	* solib-svr4.c (disable_probes_interface): Don't end warning with
    	a newline.
    	* nat/fork-inferior.c (fork_inferior): Don't end warning with a
    	newline.
    	* python/python.c (do_finish_initialization): Don't end warning
    	with a newline.
    
    gdb/gdbserver/ChangeLog
    2019-06-10  Tom Tromey  <tromey@adacore.com>
    
    	* remote-utils.c (look_up_one_symbol, relocate_instruction): Don't
    	end warning with a newline.
    	* linux-s390-low.c (s390_get_wordsize): Don't end warning with a
    	newline.
    	* thread-db.c (attach_thread): Don't end warning with a newline.
    	(thread_db_notice_clone): Likewise.
    	* tracepoint.c (gdb_agent_helper_thread): Don't end warning with a
    	newline.
    	* linux-x86-low.c (x86_get_min_fast_tracepoint_insn_len): Don't
    	end warning with a newline.

commit 58e07198f34c3a8bb7d64392e8b978a0d741244e
Author: Christos Zoulas <christos@zoulas.com>
Date:   Mon Jun 10 14:41:35 2019 +0100

    Add support for NetBSD/sh3 core file sections.  Merge multiple copies of auxv section creation into one function.
    
    	PR 24650
    	* elf.c (elfcore_make_auxv_note_section): New function.
    	(elfcore_grok_note): Use it.
    	(elfcore_grok_freebsd_note): Likewise.
    	(elfcore_grok_openbsd_note): Likewise.
    	(elfcore_grok_netbsd_note): Likewise.  Plus add support for
    	NT_NETBSDCORE_AUXV notes.

commit 25ce02ee7b7667fb7bb882421ff869c080777bee
Author: Tom Tromey <tom@tromey.com>
Date:   Fri Jun 7 16:08:47 2019 -0600

    Use gdbpy_enter in py-breakpoint.c
    
    A few spots in py-breakpoint.c acquire the GIL manually.  However,
    because these spots generate events, and because events are expected
    to be arbitrary gdb-flavored Python code, it's important to use
    gdbpy_enter instead, in order to ensure that the other gdb-related
    Python globals are set correctly.
    
    This patch makes this change.  Tested on x86-64 Fedora 29.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-06-10  Tom Tromey  <tom@tromey.com>
    
    	* python/py-breakpoint.c (gdbpy_breakpoint_created)
    	(gdbpy_breakpoint_deleted, gdbpy_breakpoint_modified): Use
    	gdbpy_enter.

commit caa429d81a9999699a40b6394c9fb7b258669d54
Author: Tom Tromey <tromey@adacore.com>
Date:   Fri Jun 7 15:01:50 2019 -0600

    Delay allocation of dbx_symfile_info
    
    I noticed that elfread.c always allocates a dbx_symfile_info, even
    though this is only ever needed in the unusual case of reading stabs
    in ELF.
    
    This patch moves the allocation into dbxread.c, and applies the same
    treatment to similar code in coffread.c.
    
    Regression tested on x86-64 Fedora 29.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-06-10  Tom Tromey  <tromey@adacore.com>
    
    	* elfread.c (elf_read_minimal_symbols): Don't set the dbx objfile
    	data.
    	(elf_new_init): Don't call stabsread_new_init.
    	* dbxread.c (coffstab_build_psymtabs): Set dbx objfile data.
    	(elfstab_build_psymtabs): Likewise.  Call stabsread_new_init.
    	* coffread.c (coff_symfile_init): Don't set the dbx objfile data.

commit 2e02f29632218fc24d71fbbefc368d551d0528a7
Author: Christos Zoulas <christos@zoulas.com>
Date:   Mon Jun 10 13:15:23 2019 +0100

    Tidy up ar_open by using asprintf to replace xmalloc and sprintf.
    
    	PR 24649
    	* arsup.c (ar_open): Use asprintf in place of xmalloc and
    	sprintf.

commit a3972330f49f81b3bea64af0970d22f42ae56ec3
Author: Martin Liska <mliska@suse.cz>
Date:   Fri Jun 7 07:36:52 2019 +0200

    Fix a missing include of <string>
    
    gold/ChangeLog:
    
    2019-06-07  Martin Liska  <mliska@suse.cz>
    
    	* errors.h: Include string.

commit 81873cc81effbd657efe5f525d369e430ce77d7a
Author: Tom de Vries <tdevries@suse.de>
Date:   Mon Jun 10 09:28:30 2019 +0200

    [gdb/symtab] Support DW_AT_main_subprogram with -readnow.
    
    DW_AT_main_subprogram is supported in normal mode in read_partial_die, but not
    in -readnow mode.
    
    Fix this by adding support for DW_AT_main_subprogram in read_func_scope.
    
    Tested on x86_64-linux with native and RFC target board readnow (
    https://sourceware.org/ml/gdb-patches/2019-05/msg00073.html ).
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    
    2019-06-10  Tom de Vries  <tdevries@suse.de>
    
    	PR symtab/16264
    	PR symtab/24517
    	* dwarf2read.c (read_func_scope): Handle DW_AT_main_subprogram.

commit a72f8c4ce397a0bbe98281d4151982330ad16f15
Author: GDB Administrator <gdbadmin@sourceware.org>
Date:   Mon Jun 10 00:00:20 2019 +0000

    Automatic date update in version.in

commit 2e1a984c23da8a9dbd2542e3f506de6a64da670d
Author: GDB Administrator <gdbadmin@sourceware.org>
Date:   Sun Jun 9 00:01:03 2019 +0000

    Automatic date update in version.in

commit c588b266bf1605b38c5f56a5a847e12e65392e4e
Author: GDB Administrator <gdbadmin@sourceware.org>
Date:   Sat Jun 8 00:00:34 2019 +0000

    Automatic date update in version.in

commit c1b00498af77c012beed6809175f38923906ecb9
Author: Maciej W. Rozycki <macro@wdc.com>
Date:   Fri Jun 7 19:25:21 2019 +0100

    LD/doc: Clarify `-rpath' option's semantics WRT link-time dependencies
    
    Mention in the description of the `-rpath' LD option the restrictions
    the option has with respect to searching link-time dependencies of
    shared objects referred in the link.  Previously these restrictions were
    only documented along with the `-rpath-link' option, which may not be
    the place one would consider when looking for the semantics of `-rpath'.
    
    Copy the relevant part of the `-rpath-link' option description then,
    splitting the now overlong paragraph into three, for legibility.
    
    	ld/
    	* ld.texi (Options): Also document `-rpath' option restrictions
    	in the description of the option itself.

commit 942d35f72bea5a0d19a5d0e0a5ca533e37a88b2c
Author: Nick Alcock <nick.alcock@oracle.com>
Date:   Thu Jun 6 14:10:08 2019 +0100

    libctf: avoid strndup
    
    Not all platforms have it.  Use libiberty xstrndup() instead.
    
    (The include of libiberty.h happens in an unusual place due to the
    requirements of synchronization of most source files between this
    project and another that does not use libiberty.  It serves to pull
    libiberty.h in for all source files in libctf/, which does the trick.)
    
    Tested on x86_64-pc-linux-gnu, x86_64-unknown-freebsd12.0,
    sparc-sun-solaris2.11, i686-pc-cygwin, i686-w64-mingw32.
    
    libctf/
    	* ctf-decls.h: Include <libiberty.h>.
    	* ctf-lookup.c (ctf_lookup_by_name): Call xstrndup(), not strndup().

commit 595a4d439bc5976d5bdf61da6d44337b3995d967
Author: Nick Alcock <nick.alcock@oracle.com>
Date:   Thu Jun 6 13:59:56 2019 +0100

    libctf: explicitly cast more size_t types used in printf()s
    
    Unsigned long will always be adequate (the only cases involving an
    ssize_t are cases in which no error can be generated, or in which
    negative output would require a seriously corrupted file: the latter has
    been rewritten on a branch in any case).
    
    Tested on x86_64-pc-linux-gnu, x86_64-unknown-freebsd12.0,
    sparc-sun-solaris2.11, i686-pc-cygwin, i686-w64-mingw32.
    
    libctf/
    	* ctf-dump.c (ctf_dump_format_type): Cast size_t's used in printf()s.
    	(ctf_dump_objts): Likewise.
    	(ctf_dump_funcs): Likewise.
    	(ctf_dump_member): Likewise.
    	(ctf_dump_str): Likewise.

commit f5e73be11b24b6c4b7ecec5f762784c4bb40ec18
Author: Nick Alcock <nick.alcock@oracle.com>
Date:   Thu Jun 6 13:59:28 2019 +0100

    libctf: mark various args as unused in the !HAVE_MMAP case
    
    Tested on x86_64-pc-linux-gnu, x86_64-unknown-freebsd12.0,
    sparc-sun-solaris2.11, i686-pc-cygwin, i686-w64-mingw32.
    
    libctf/
    	* ctf-archive.c (arc_mmap_header): Mark fd as potentially unused.
    	* ctf-subr.c (ctf_data_protect): Mark both args as potentially unused.

commit bec3a0c8224a76b315c1742b8254d04ab06885ac
Author: GDB Administrator <gdbadmin@sourceware.org>
Date:   Fri Jun 7 00:00:14 2019 +0000

    Automatic date update in version.in

commit 4fa0265edea0940b865678d93749e224547dd36a
Author: Руслан Ижбулатов <lrn1986@gmail.com>
Date:   Thu Feb 28 10:25:41 2019 +0000

    Apply substitute-path to relative filenames as well
    
    When source file path is relative to the build directory (which
    is considered a good practice and is enforced in certain buildsystems,
    such as meson), gdb only applies substitute-path to the build directory
    path. Then gdb appends the source file path to the rewritten build
    directory path, and tries to access that.
    
    This fails if either two of the following conditions are true:
    a) The user didn't specify substitute-path for the build directory.
       This is highly likely, since path substitution for build directories
       is not documented anywhere, and since gdb does not tell[0] the user
       the path to the build directory, just the source file path.
    b) The source file path changed.
       This can also easily happen, since a source path that is relative
       to the build directory can include any number of directory names
       that are not part of the program source tree (starting with the
       name of the root directory of the source tree). Gdb will not apply
       substitute-path to that relative path, thus there is no way for
       the user to tell gdb about these changes.
    
    This commit changes the code to apply substitute-path to all filenames,
    both relative and absolute. This way it is possible to do things like:
    
    set substitute-path ../foobar-1.0 /src/my/foobar-1.0
    
    which is completely in line with the user expectations.
    
    This might break unusual cases where build directory path is also
    relative (is that even possible?) and happens to match the path
    to the source directory (i.e. happens to match a substitution rule).
    
    [0]: There's a "maintenance info symtabs" command that does show the names
         of the build directories, but normal users are not required to
         know or use that.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-06-06  Руслан Ижбулатов <lrn1986@gmail.com>
    
    	* source.c (find_and_open_source): Also rewrite relative file
    	names.

commit 1a3da2cd6175e8f25cec95fc685d4f0f43bf6807
Author: Amos Bird <amosbird@gmail.com>
Date:   Fri Jun 7 01:10:14 2019 +0800

    Add thread-exit annotation.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-04-26  Amos Bird  <amosbird@gmail.com>
    
    	* annotate.c (annotate_thread_exited): Add "thread-exited"
    	annotation.
    
    gdb/doc/ChangeLog
    2019-06-06  Amos Bird  <amosbird@gmail.com>
    
    	* annotate.texinfo (Multi-threaded Apps): Add entry for thread-exited
    	annotation.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog
    2019-06-06  Amos Bird  <amosbird@gmail.com>
    
    	* gdb.base/annota1.exp (thread_switch): Add test for
    	thread-exited annotation.

commit dd455cf51d2b273edf6173fcb25fc1e3c5b966b2
Author: H.J. Lu <hjl.tools@gmail.com>
Date:   Thu Jun 6 07:57:52 2019 -0700

    gas: Add .enqcmd and noenqcmd directives
    
    2019-06-06  Lili Cui  <lili.cui@intel.com>
    
    	* config/tc-i386.c (cpu_arch): Add .enqcmd.
    	(cpu_noarch): Add noenqcmd.
    	* doc/c-i386.texi: Document noenqcmd.

commit 8d01b5310ee3c5f8b62eb1b8177e6ab7f25d4a2c
Author: H.J. Lu <hjl.tools@gmail.com>
Date:   Thu Jun 6 07:55:40 2019 -0700

    gas: Correct ChangeLog for commit 5d79adc4b22b0abd

commit 3847a7bfbf6340372962c07f31187ff87b4f492c
Author: Tom Tromey <tromey@adacore.com>
Date:   Thu Apr 11 11:26:02 2019 -0600

    Add timestamps to "maint time" output
    
    Currently "maint time" will print the amount of time a command took.
    Sometimes, though, it's useful to have a timestamp as well -- for
    example if one is correlating a gdb log with some other log.
    
    This patch adds a timestamp to the start and end of each command when
    this setting is in effect.
    
    This also removes a "//" comment and changes scoped_command_stats to
    use DISABLE_COPY_AND_ASSIGN; two minor things I noticed while working
    on the patch.
    
    Tested on x86-64 Fedora 29.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-06-06  Tom Tromey  <tromey@adacore.com>
    
    	* maint.h (class scoped_command_stats): Use
    	DISABLE_COPY_AND_ASSIGN.
    	<print_time>: New method.
    	* maint.c (scoped_command_stats, ~scoped_command_stats): Call
    	print_time.
    	(scoped_command_stats::print_time): New method.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog
    2019-06-06  Tom Tromey  <tromey@adacore.com>
    
    	* gdb.base/maint.exp: Expect command started/finished output.

commit 237df8fe1863bb47fcf71ce125cd962666173aaa
Author: Sudakshina Das <sudi.das@arm.com>
Date:   Thu Jun 6 12:27:41 2019 +0100

    [BFD, AArch64] Fix PT_GNU_PROPERTY alignment issue
    
    If the new GNU property section was being created by the linker
    (this will happen only if none of the inputs have any GNU property
    section but the command line to the linker forces a bti with
    --force-bti), the alignment of the section and hence the program
    header of PT_GNU_PROPERTY type was not being set correctly. This
    patch fixes this issue.
    
    bfd/ChangeLog:
    
    2019-06-06  Sudakshina Das  <sudi.das@arm.com>
    
    	* elfxx-aarch64.c (_bfd_aarch64_elf_link_setup_gnu_properties): Set
    	alignment of the new gnu property section.
    
    ld/ChangeLog:
    
    2019-06-06  Sudakshina Das  <sudi.das@arm.com>
    
    	* testsuite/ld-aarch64/aarch64-elf.exp: Add new tests.
    	* testsuite/ld-aarch64/property-bti-pac4-a.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/ld-aarch64/property-bti-pac4-b.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/ld-aarch64/property-bti-pac4.s: New test.

commit 8bf6d176b0a442a8091d338d4af971591d19922c
Author: Sudakshina Das <sudi.das@arm.com>
Date:   Thu Jun 6 12:21:14 2019 +0100

    [LD, AArch64] Move ELF options behind -z
    
    This patch moves the current AArch64 ld options of --force-bti
    and --pac-plt to -z force-bti and -z pac-plt since these are
    ELF specific options.
    
    *** bfd/ChangeLog ***
    
    2019-06-06  Sudakshina Das  <sudi.das@arm.com>
    
    	* bfd-in.h: Change comment.
    	* bfd-in2.h: Regenerate.
    	* elfnn-aarch64.c (elfNN_aarch64_merge_gnu_properties): Update warning.
    	* elfxx-aarch64.c (_bfd_aarch64_elf_link_setup_gnu_properties):
    	Likwise.
    
    *** ld/ChangeLog ***
    
    2019-06-06  Sudakshina Das  <sudi.das@arm.com>
    
    	* NEWS: Update options names.
    	* emultempl/aarch64elf.em (OPTION_FORCE_BTI, OPTION_PAC_PLT): Remove.
    	(PARSE_AND_LIST_LONGOPTS): Remove force-bti and pac-plt.
    	(PARSE_AND_LIST_OPTIONS): Update to -z.
    	(PARSE_AND_LIST_ARGS_CASE_Z_AARCH64): New.
    	(PARSE_AND_LIST_ARGS_CASE_Z): Add PARSE_AND_LIST_ARGS_CASE_Z_AARCH64.
    	(PARSE_AND_LIST_ARGS_CASES): Move cases for these options.
    	* testsuite/ld-aarch64/bti-pac-plt-1.d: Update option.
    	* testsuite/ld-aarch64/bti-pac-plt-2.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-aarch64/bti-plt-1.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-aarch64/bti-plt-2.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-aarch64/bti-plt-3.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-aarch64/bti-plt-4.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-aarch64/bti-plt-6.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-aarch64/bti-plt-7.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-aarch64/bti-warn.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-aarch64/pac-plt-1.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-aarch64/pac-plt-2.d: Likewise.

commit 811731b21b0a5b5459b33bfcbe26f40c6d9bc7c0
Author: GDB Administrator <gdbadmin@sourceware.org>
Date:   Thu Jun 6 00:00:21 2019 +0000

    Automatic date update in version.in

commit 12efd68d159444ad8dfe24e49965a228ba980b86
Author: H.J. Lu <hjl.tools@gmail.com>
Date:   Wed Jun 5 10:27:08 2019 -0700

    i386: Check vector length for EVEX vextractfXX and vinsertfXX
    
    Since not all vector lengths are supported by EVEX vextractfXX and
    vinsertfXX, decode them only with supported vector lengths.
    
    gas/
    
    	PR binutils/24633
    	* testsuite/gas/i386/disassem.s: Add tests for invalid vector
    	lengths for EVEX vextractfXX and vinsertfXX.
    	* testsuite/gas/i386/x86-64-disassem.s: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/gas/i386/disassem.d: Updated.
    	* testsuite/gas/i386/x86-64-disassem.d: Likewise.
    
    opcodes/
    
    	PR binutils/24633
    	* i386-dis-evex.h (evex_table): Update EVEX_W_0F3A18_P_2,
    	EVEX_W_0F3A19_P_2, EVEX_W_0F3A1A_P_2 and EVEX_W_0F3A1B_P_2.
    	(evex_len_table): EVEX_LEN_0F3A18_P_2_W_0,
    	EVEX_LEN_0F3A18_P_2_W_1, EVEX_LEN_0F3A19_P_2_W_0,
    	EVEX_LEN_0F3A19_P_2_W_1, EVEX_LEN_0F3A1A_P_2_W_0,
    	EVEX_LEN_0F3A1A_P_2_W_1, EVEX_LEN_0F3A1B_P_2_W_0,
    	EVEX_LEN_0F3A1B_P_2_W_1.
    	* i386-dis.c (EVEX_LEN_0F3A18_P_2_W_0): New enum.
    	(EVEX_LEN_0F3A18_P_2_W_1): Likewise.
    	(EVEX_LEN_0F3A19_P_2_W_0): Likewise.
    	(EVEX_LEN_0F3A19_P_2_W_1): Likewise.
    	(EVEX_LEN_0F3A1A_P_2_W_0): Likewise.
    	(EVEX_LEN_0F3A1A_P_2_W_1): Likewise.
    	(EVEX_LEN_0F3A1B_P_2_W_0): Likewise.
    	(EVEX_LEN_0F3A1B_P_2_W_1): Likewise.

commit 62d8e3b73139b159963025b5568ec1f5051450f0
Author: Nick Alcock <nick.alcock@oracle.com>
Date:   Wed Jun 5 13:34:36 2019 +0100

    libctf: eschew %zi format specifier
    
    Too many platforms don't support it, and we can always safely use %lu or
    %li anyway, because the only uses are in debugging output.
    
    libctf/
    	* ctf-archive.c (ctf_arc_write): Eschew %zi format specifier.
    	(ctf_arc_open_by_offset): Likewise.
    	* ctf-create.c (ctf_add_type): Likewise.

commit 0088ba596bba2e0b94139f1c2c4f5875848edbd6
Author: Andrew Burgess <andrew.burgess@embecosm.com>
Date:   Wed Jun 5 10:33:54 2019 +0100

    gdb/testsuite: Improve comments in recently added test
    
    Remove the use of 'I' within some comments in a recently added test.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog:
    
    	* gdb.arch/riscv-unwind-long-insn-6.s: Remove use of 'I' in
    	comment.
    	* gdb.arch/riscv-unwind-long-insn-8.s: Likewise.

commit 312617a3d06b8df67b9f4f63f92ebfaa6b591921
Author: Andrew Burgess <andrew.burgess@embecosm.com>
Date:   Tue Jun 4 10:30:41 2019 +0100

    gdb/riscv: Don't error when decoding a 6 or 8 byte instruction
    
    If the RISC-V prologue scanner finds a 6 or 8 byte instruction we
    currently throw an internal error, which is not great for the user.
    
    A mechanism already exists in the prologue scanner to leave
    instructions marked as unknown so that we can stop the prologue scan
    without raising an error, this is used for all 2 and 4 byte
    instructions that are not part of the small set the prologue scanner
    actually understands.
    
    This commit changes GDB so that all 6 and 8 byte instructions are
    marked as unknown, rather than causing an error.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    
    	* riscv-tdep.c (riscv_insn::decode): Gracefully ignore
    	instructions of lengths 6 or 8 bytes.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog:
    
    	* gdb.arch/riscv-unwind-long-insn-6.s: New file.
    	* gdb.arch/riscv-unwind-long-insn-8.s: New file.
    	* gdb.arch/riscv-unwind-long-insn.c: New file.
    	* gdb.arch/riscv-unwind-long-insn.exp: New file.

commit fbe4d6650d714643fe340d9ccba7fc500c26b91d
Author: GDB Administrator <gdbadmin@sourceware.org>
Date:   Wed Jun 5 00:00:20 2019 +0000

    Automatic date update in version.in

commit b02f78f9285728ce2d05ce01e7b14880f70cd6e6
Author: Pedro Alves <palves@redhat.com>
Date:   Tue Jun 4 22:40:54 2019 +0100

    Introduce and use make_unique_xstrdup
    
    Adds an utility function to make it shorter to write the common case
    of wrapping an xstrdup with a unique_xmalloc_ptr, and uses it
    throughout.
    
    Note: I tried to put this in common/common-utils.h near skip_spaces,
    etc. but that is included in common/common-defs.h before
    common/gdb_unique_ptr.h is included, so it would fail to compile
    because gdb::unique_xmalloc_ptr isn't defined at that point yet.  I
    tried moving the gdb_unique_ptr.h inclusion before common-utils.h, but
    that doesn't work because gdb_unique_ptr.h depends on common-utils.h
    for xfree.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    2019-06-04  Pedro Alves  <palves@redhat.com>
    
    	* common/gdb_unique_ptr.h (make_unique_xstrdup): New.
    
    	* ada-lang.c (catch_ada_completer): Use make_unique_xstrdup.
    	* breakpoint.c (condition_completer): Likewise.
    	* cli/cli-dump.c (scan_expression): Likewise.
    	* common/filestuff.c (mkdir_recursive): Likewise.
    	* common/gdb_tilde_expand.c (gdb_tilde_expand_up)
    	* common/pathstuff.c (gdb_realpath, gdb_realpath_keepfile)
    	(gdb_abspath): Likewise.
    	* compile/compile-cplus-types.c
    	(compile_cplus_instance::decl_name): Likewise.
    	* completer.c (complete_explicit_location):
    	(signal_completer, reg_or_group_completer_1): Likewise.
    	* cp-support.c (cp_remove_params_if_any): Likewise.
    	* fbsd-tdep.c (fbsd_core_vnode_path): Likewise.
    	* guile/scm-safe-call.c (gdbscm_safe_eval_string): Likewise.
    	* infcmd.c (strip_bg_char): Likewise.
    	* linespec.c (copy_token_string): Likewise.
    	* mi/mi-main.c (output_cores): Likewise.
    	* psymtab.c (psymtab_search_name):
    	* symfile.c (test_set_ext_lang_command): Likewise.
    	* target.c (target_fileio_read_stralloc): Likewise.
    	* tui/tui-regs.c (tui_reggroup_completer): Likewise.
    	* value.c (complete_internalvar): Likewise.
    
    gdb/gdbserver/ChangeLog:
    2019-06-04  Pedro Alves  <palves@redhat.com>
    
    	* server.c (captured_main): Use make_unique_xstrdup.

commit d3238f7d90715dad7e8da2a8c2486d26124b0c84
Author: Pedro Alves <palves@redhat.com>
Date:   Tue Jun 4 22:44:36 2019 +0100

    Fix paths to ChangeLog files

commit 76fad9996335e52f177c99c1ebf024fc7f761be2
Author: Tom Tromey <tromey@adacore.com>
Date:   Tue Jun 4 12:16:57 2019 -0600

    Use CHAR_BIT instead of NBBY in libctf
    
    On x86-64 Fedora 29, I tried to build a mingw-hosted gdb that targets
    ppc-linux.  You can do this with:
    
        ../binutils-gdb/configure --host=i686-w64-mingw32 --target=ppc-linux \
            --disable-{binutils,gas,gold,gprof,ld}
    
    The build failed with these errors in libctf:
    
    In file included from ../../binutils-gdb/libctf/ctf-create.c:20:
    ../../binutils-gdb/libctf/ctf-create.c: In function 'ctf_add_encoded':
    ../../binutils-gdb/libctf/ctf-create.c:803:59: error: 'NBBY' undeclared (first use in this function)
       dtd->dtd_data.ctt_size = clp2 (P2ROUNDUP (ep->cte_bits, NBBY) / NBBY);
                                                               ^~~~
    ../../binutils-gdb/libctf/ctf-impl.h:254:42: note: in definition of macro 'P2ROUNDUP'
     #define P2ROUNDUP(x, align)  (-(-(x) & -(align)))
                                              ^~~~~
    ../../binutils-gdb/libctf/ctf-create.c:803:59: note: each undeclared identifier is reported only once for each function it appears in
       dtd->dtd_data.ctt_size = clp2 (P2ROUNDUP (ep->cte_bits, NBBY) / NBBY);
                                                               ^~~~
    ../../binutils-gdb/libctf/ctf-impl.h:254:42: note: in definition of macro 'P2ROUNDUP'
     #define P2ROUNDUP(x, align)  (-(-(x) & -(align)))
                                              ^~~~~
    ../../binutils-gdb/libctf/ctf-create.c: In function 'ctf_add_slice':
    ../../binutils-gdb/libctf/ctf-create.c:862:59: error: 'NBBY' undeclared (first use in this function)
       dtd->dtd_data.ctt_size = clp2 (P2ROUNDUP (ep->cte_bits, NBBY) / NBBY);
                                                               ^~~~
    ../../binutils-gdb/libctf/ctf-impl.h:254:42: note: in definition of macro 'P2ROUNDUP'
     #define P2ROUNDUP(x, align)  (-(-(x) & -(align)))
                                              ^~~~~
    ../../binutils-gdb/libctf/ctf-create.c: In function 'ctf_add_member_offset':
    ../../binutils-gdb/libctf/ctf-create.c:1341:21: error: 'NBBY' undeclared (first use in this function)
          off += lsize * NBBY;
                         ^~~~
    ../../binutils-gdb/libctf/ctf-create.c: In function 'ctf_add_type':
    ../../binutils-gdb/libctf/ctf-create.c:1822:16: warning: unknown conversion type character 'z' in format [-Wformat=]
       ctf_dprintf ("Conflict for type %s against ID %lx: "
                    ^~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    ../../binutils-gdb/libctf/ctf-create.c:1823:35: note: format string is defined here
             "union size differs, old %zi, new %zi\n",
                                       ^
    ../../binutils-gdb/libctf/ctf-create.c:1822:16: warning: unknown conversion type character 'z' in format [-Wformat=]
       ctf_dprintf ("Conflict for type %s against ID %lx: "
                    ^~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    ../../binutils-gdb/libctf/ctf-create.c:1823:44: note: format string is defined here
             "union size differs, old %zi, new %zi\n",
                                                ^
    ../../binutils-gdb/libctf/ctf-create.c:1822:16: warning: too many arguments for format [-Wformat-extra-args]
       ctf_dprintf ("Conflict for type %s against ID %lx: "
                    ^~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    
    This patch fixes the actual errors in here.  I did not try to fix the
    printf warnings, though I think someone ought to.
    
    Ok?
    
    libctf/ChangeLog
    2019-06-04  Tom Tromey  <tromey@adacore.com>
    
    	* ctf-create.c (ctf_add_encoded, ctf_add_slice)
    	(ctf_add_member_offset): Use CHAR_BIT, not NBBY.

commit 63c6fc6cacf82e6b39f7373d44c1e1e1a0a757fa
Author: H.J. Lu <hjl.tools@gmail.com>
Date:   Tue Jun 4 12:45:20 2019 -0700

    i386: Check for reserved VEX.vvvv and EVEX.vvvv
    
    If VEX.vvvv and EVEX.vvvv are reserved, they must be all 1s, which are
    all 0s in inverted form.  Add check for unused VEX.vvvv and EVEX.vvvv
    when disassembling VEX and EVEX instructions.
    
    gas/
    
    	PR binutils/24626
    	* testsuite/gas/i386/disassem.s: Add tests for reserved VEX.vvvv
    	and EVEX.vvvv.
    	* testsuite/gas/i386/x86-64-disassem.s: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/gas/i386/disassem.d: Updated.
    	* testsuite/gas/i386/x86-64-disassem.d: Likewise.
    
    opcodes/
    
    	PR binutils/24626
    	* i386-dis.c (print_insn): Check for unused VEX.vvvv and
    	EVEX.vvvv when disassembling VEX and EVEX instructions.
    	(OP_VEX): Set vex.register_specifier to 0 after readding
    	vex.register_specifier.
    	(OP_Vex_2src_1): Likewise.
    	(OP_Vex_2src_2): Likewise.
    	(OP_LWP_E): Likewise.
    	(OP_EX_Vex): Don't check vex.register_specifier.
    	(OP_XMM_Vex): Likewise.

commit ad118caa9f690114d11384b0813f30980cc333f3
Author: Nick Alcock <nick.alcock@oracle.com>
Date:   Tue Jun 4 15:04:49 2019 +0100

    libctf: work on platforms without O_CLOEXEC.
    
    (Not tested on any such platforms, since I don't have access to any at
    the moment.  Testing encouraged.)
    
    libctf/
    	* configure.ac: Check for O_CLOEXEC.
    	* ctf-decls.h (O_CLOEXEC): Define (to 0), if need be.
    	* config.h.in: Regenerate.

commit 6b22174ff163b828a2069f22353018ca97fc0fb4
Author: Nick Alcock <nick.alcock@oracle.com>
Date:   Mon Jun 3 14:02:09 2019 +0100

    libctf: look for BSD versus GNU qsort_r signatures
    
    We cannot just look for any declaration of qsort_r, because some
    operating systems have a qsort_r that has a different prototype
    but which still has a pair of pointers in the right places (the last two
    args are interchanged): so use AC_LINK_IFELSE to check for both
    known variants of qsort_r(), and swap their args into a consistent order
    in a suitable inline function.  (The code for this is taken almost
    unchanged from gnulib.)
    
    (Now we are not using AC_LIBOBJ any more, we can use a better name for
    the qsort_r replacement as well.)
    
    libctf/
    	* qsort_r.c: Rename to...
    	* ctf-qsort_r.c: ... this.
    	(_quicksort): Define to ctf_qsort_r.
    	* ctf-decls.h (qsort_r): Remove.
    	(ctf_qsort_r): Add.
    	(struct ctf_qsort_arg): New, transport the real ARG and COMPAR.
    	(ctf_qsort_compar_thunk): Rearrange the arguments to COMPAR.
    	* Makefile.am (libctf_a_LIBADD): Remove.
    	(libctf_a_SOURCES): New, add ctf-qsort_r.c.
    	* ctf-archive.c (ctf_arc_write): Call ctf_qsort_r, not qsort_r.
    	* ctf-create.c (ctf_update): Likewise.
    	* configure.ac: Check for BSD versus GNU qsort_r signature.
    	* Makefile.in: Regenerate.
    	* config.h.in: Likewise.
    	* configure: Likewise.

commit 941accce38bc70a23c62e3c9439b67bf23298124
Author: Nick Alcock <nick.alcock@oracle.com>
Date:   Mon Jun 3 20:26:02 2019 +0100

    libctf: fix use-after-free in function dumping
    
    This is actually a free-before-initializing (i.e. a free of garbage).
    
    libctf/
    	* ctf-dump.c (ctf_dump_funcs): Free in the right place.

commit a610aa4f9cf61d38b8e0fe60dfaac078d636089f
Author: Nick Alcock <nick.alcock@oracle.com>
Date:   Mon Jun 3 11:38:08 2019 +0100

    libctf: fix the type of ctf_enum.cte_value
    
    This stops the file format from depending on the size of the host int.
    (It does mean that we cannot encode enums with a value > 2^32 on
    platforms with an int > 2^32: this will be fixed in the next format
    revision.)
    
    include/
    	* ctf.h (ctf_enum.cte_value): Fix type to int32_t.

commit 9186c494a3bb61a55a29ec04aa0d1684a8c46838
Author: H.J. Lu <hjl.tools@gmail.com>
Date:   Tue Jun 4 08:58:21 2019 -0700

    Enable Intel AVX512_VP2INTERSECT insn
    
    This patch enables support for VP2INTERSECT in binutils.  Please refer to
    
    https://software.intel.com/sites/default/files/managed/c5/15/architecture-instruction-set-extensions-programming-reference.pdf
    
    for VP2INTERSECT details.
    
    Make check-gas is ok.
    
    gas/
    
    2019-06-04  Igor Tsimbalist  <igor.v.tsimbalist@intel.com>
    	    Lili Cui  <lili.cui@intel.com>
    
    	* config/tc-i386.c (cpu_arch): Add .avx512_vp2intersect.
    	(cpu_noarch): Likewise.
    	* doc/c-i386.texi: Document avx512_vp2intersect.
    	* testsuite/gas/i386/i386.exp: Run vp2intersect tests.
    	* testsuite/gas/i386/vp2intersect-intel.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/i386/vp2intersect.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/gas/i386/vp2intersect.s: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/gas/i386/vp2intersect-inval-bcast.l: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/gas/i386/vp2intersect-inval-bcast.s: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/gas/i386/x86-64-vp2intersect-intel.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/gas/i386/x86-64-vp2intersect.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/gas/i386/x86-64-vp2intersect.s: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/gas/i386/x86-64-vp2intersect-inval-bcast.l: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/gas/i386/x86-64-vp2intersect-inval-bcast.s: Likewise.
    
    opcodes/
    
    2019-06-04  Igor Tsimbalist  <igor.v.tsimbalist@intel.com>
    	    Lili Cui  <lili.cui@intel.com>
    
    	* i386-dis.c (enum): Add PREFIX_EVEX_0F3868, EVEX_W_0F3868_P_3.
    	* i386-dis-evex.h (evex_table): Add AVX512_VP2INTERSECT
    	instructions.
    	* i386-gen.c (cpu_flag_init): Add CPU_AVX512_VP2INTERSECT_FLAGS,
    	CPU_ANY_AVX512_VP2INTERSECT_FLAGS.
    	(cpu_flags): Add CpuAVX512_VP2INTERSECT.
    	* i386-opc.h (enum): Add CpuAVX512_VP2INTERSECT.
    	(i386_cpu_flags): Add cpuavx512_vp2intersect.
    	* i386-opc.tbl: Add AVX512_VP2INTERSECT insns.
    	* i386-init.h: Regenerated.
    	* i386-tbl.h: Likewise.

commit 5d79adc4b22b0abd4f12ea973a00e7fb0c1dad64
Author: H.J. Lu <hjl.tools@gmail.com>
Date:   Tue Jun 4 08:50:10 2019 -0700

    Add support for Intel ENQCMD[S] instructions
    
    This patch enables support for ENQCMD[S] in binutils.  Please refer to
    
    https://software.intel.com/sites/default/files/managed/c5/15/architecture-instruction-set-extensions-programming-reference.pdf
    
    for ENQCMD[S] details.
    
    Make check-gas is ok.
    
    gas/ChangeLog:
    
    2019-06-04  Xuepeng Guo  <xuepeng.guo@intel.com>
    	    Lili Cui  <lili.cui@intel.com>
    
    	* doc/c-i386.texi: Document enqcmd.
    	* testsuite/gas/i386/enqcmd-intel.d: New file.
    	* testsuite/gas/i386/enqcmd-inval.l: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/gas/i386/enqcmd-inval.s: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/gas/i386/enqcmd.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/gas/i386/enqcmd.s: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/gas/i386/x86-64-enqcmd-intel.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/gas/i386/x86-64-enqcmd-inval.l: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/gas/i386/x86-64-enqcmd-inval.s: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/gas/i386/x86-64-enqcmd.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/gas/i386/x86-64-enqcmd.s: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/gas/i386/i386.exp: Run enqcmd-intel, enqcmd-inval,
    	enqcmd, x86-64-enqcmd-intel, x86-64-enqcmd-inval,
    	and x86-64-enqcmd.
    
    opcodes/ChangeLog:
    
    2019-06-04  Xuepeng Guo  <xuepeng.guo@intel.com>
    	    Lili Cui  <lili.cui@intel.com>
    
    	* i386-dis.c (enum): Add MOD_0F38F8_PREFIX_1 and
    	MOD_0F38F8_PREFIX_3.
    	(prefix_table): New instructions (see prefix above).
    	(mod_table): New instructions (see prefix above).
    	* i386-gen.c (cpu_flag_init): Add entries for enqcmd.
    	(cpu_flags): Add a bitfield for enqmcd.
    	* i386-init.h: Regenerated.
    	* i386-opc.h (enum): Add CpuENQCMD.
    	(i386_cpu_flags): Add a bitfield for cpuenqcmd.
    	* i386-opc.tbl: Add enqcmd and enqcmds instructions.
    	* i386-init.h: Regenerated.
    	* i386-tbl.h: Regenerated.

commit e1f2e1a2dadbaeffe0a8a6da7aab7effc6b046d2
Author: Christian Biesinger via gdb-patches <gdb-patches@sourceware.org>
Date:   Thu May 23 16:37:29 2019 -0500

    Add an objfile getter to gdb.Type
    
    This allows users of the Python API to find the objfile where a type
    was defined.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-06-04  Christian Biesinger  <cbiesinger@google.com>
    
    	Add objfile property to gdb.Type.
    	* gdb/NEWS: Mention Python API addition.
    	* gdb/python/py-type.c (typy_get_objfile): New method.
    
    gdb/doc/ChangeLog
    2019-06-04  Christian Biesinger  <cbiesinger@google.com>
    
    	* gdb/doc/python.texi: Document new gdb.Type.objfile property.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog
    2019-06-04  Christian Biesinger  <cbiesinger@google.com>
    
    	* gdb/testsuite/gdb.python/py-type.exp: Test for new
    	  gdb.Type.objfile property.

commit a9d96ab97edabea31bed089bfd4caca80838e31c
Author: Alan Hayward <alan.hayward@arm.com>
Date:   Tue Jun 4 14:25:08 2019 +0100

    Remove an unnecessary set of parentheses in the arm-dis.c source file.
    
    	* arm-dis.c (is_mve_unpredictable): Remove spurious paranthesis.

commit 1ff30553d8972fb027d77d76d29643f2173f17d6
Author: GDB Administrator <gdbadmin@sourceware.org>
Date:   Tue Jun 4 00:00:13 2019 +0000

    Automatic date update in version.in

commit e664d728038abf414b6fb1a1c8cd3aacd0bb3b67
Author: Philippe Waroquiers <philippe.waroquiers@skynet.be>
Date:   Mon Jun 3 21:51:56 2019 +0200

    Document in NEWS and gdb.texinfo the "help", "apropos" and "show style" changes.

commit 206584bdf15aa19bb3c971b28e2c1fc04f32d027
Author: Philippe Waroquiers <philippe.waroquiers@skynet.be>
Date:   Mon Jun 3 21:50:22 2019 +0200

    Update tests following changes to "help" and "apropos"
    
    Factorizes the testing of the help output, by having a single place
    that defines the common help trailer and/or prefix messages.

commit 66d8c862859ab241c1db9b40c3981f8a71951bd4
Author: Philippe Waroquiers <philippe.waroquiers@skynet.be>
Date:   Fri May 31 14:00:47 2019 +0200

    Improve usability and/or readibility of help and apropos output.
    
    The "help" command can output long list of command names or classes.
    Use the title style to style the command names or classes to make
    the output more readable.
    
    Similarly, change "apropos" command to also style the command names.
    
    It is sometimes unclear why "apropos REGEXP" lists some commands,
    and then the user has to manually do 'help command' for all commands
    listed by "apropos" to see more details about the matching commands.
    
    => Add an optional flag -v so that "apropos -v REGEXP":
      * outputs the full documentation of matching commands.
      * highlights the documentation parts matching REGEXP.

commit 9303eb2fb1630678def10613c81215c2bd21d278
Author: Philippe Waroquiers <philippe.waroquiers@skynet.be>
Date:   Fri May 31 13:47:37 2019 +0200

    Add highlight style, title style, fputs_highlighted. Improve 'show style'
    
    Have 'show style' and its subcommands using a style to style its output.
    This allows the GDB user or developer to use 'show style' to visually see
    with one command how all the current styles look like.
    
    Add 2 new styles highlight style, title style and fputs_highlighted function.
    
    Highlight style is used by fputs_highlighted to highlight the parts of
    its char *STR argument that match a HIGHLIGHT regexp.
    This (and the title style) will be used in a following patch.

commit 79b377b3cf3a0e71e1e4710c4ee1e65e7a27a5d4
Author: Nick Clifton <nickc@redhat.com>
Date:   Mon Jun 3 16:28:15 2019 +0100

    Revert patch that disables building libctf for non-ELF based targets.
    
    Revert:
    binutls	2019-05-29  Nick Clifton  <nickc@redhat.com>
    
    	* configure.ac (LIBCTF): Export.  Set to empty for non-ELF based
    	targets.
    	(HAVE_LIBCTF): Define if libctf support is available.
    	* Makefile.am (LIBCTF): Set value to @LIBCTF@.
    	* objdump.c: Make CTF code conditional upon HAVE_LIBCTF being
    	defined.
    	* readelf.c: Likewise.
    	* configure: Regenerate.
    	* Makefile.in: Regenerate.
    	* config.in: Regenerate.
    
    top	2019-05-29  Nick Clifton  <nickc@redhat.com>
    
    	* configure.ac (noconfigdirs): Add libctf if the target does not use
    	the ELF file format.
    	* configure: Regenerate.

commit 4f6d070adb32e61c3c61e621c6566fc2d5af2232
Author: Alan Modra <amodra@gmail.com>
Date:   Mon Jun 3 11:46:04 2019 +0930

    Don't waste space in prefix_opcd_indices
    
    	* ppc-dis.c (prefix_opcd_indices): Correct size.

commit 6187fc5364f6cc327805ecb4ba4962953f25122a
Author: GDB Administrator <gdbadmin@sourceware.org>
Date:   Mon Jun 3 00:00:54 2019 +0000

    Automatic date update in version.in

commit 88ed7edbc632245fad33145e723d27976b6732ca
Author: Tom Tromey <tom@tromey.com>
Date:   Sat Jun 1 09:16:04 2019 -0600

    Remove fromhex implementation from gdbreplay
    
    gdbreplay had its own implementation of fromhex.  This patch changes
    it to use the one in common/.
    
    gdb/gdbserver/ChangeLog
    2019-06-02  Tom Tromey  <tom@tromey.com>
    
    	* gdbreplay.c (fromhex): Remove.
    	* Makefile.in (GDBREPLAY_OBS): Add rsp-low.o.

commit 96605592395fc57e531de249883ccf6fafed540f
Author: GDB Administrator <gdbadmin@sourceware.org>
Date:   Sun Jun 2 00:01:00 2019 +0000

    Automatic date update in version.in

commit 0b62c71c0839764aca82bf32ac6aa339020ae0c8
Author: GDB Administrator <gdbadmin@sourceware.org>
Date:   Sat Jun 1 00:00:23 2019 +0000

    Automatic date update in version.in

commit e2c52041c02e2bdee5b28e97c7997caf0ee5bb2d
Author: Philippe Waroquiers <philippe.waroquiers@skynet.be>
Date:   Sat May 4 15:39:27 2019 +0200

    NEWS and documentation for | (pipe) command.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    	* NEWS: Mention new pipe command and new convenience variables.
    
    gdb/doc/ChangeLog
    	* gdb.texinfo (Shell Commands): Document pipe command.
    	(Logging Output): Add a reference to pipe command.
    	(Convenience Variables): Document $_shell_exitcode and
    	$_shell_exitstatus.

commit 708dc93ed0c8ee744e2784a1c349d8129a84200f
Author: Philippe Waroquiers <philippe.waroquiers@skynet.be>
Date:   Sat Apr 20 22:17:17 2019 +0200

    Test the | (pipe) command.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog
    2019-05-31  Philippe Waroquiers  <philippe.waroquiers@skynet.be>
    
    	* gdb.base/shell.exp: Test pipe command, $_shell_exitcode,
    	$_shell_exitsignal.
    	* gdb.base/default.exp: Update for new convenience variables.

commit 947d39462e26b0edee9b58003ea579552dbf4fa8
Author: Philippe Waroquiers <philippe.waroquiers@skynet.be>
Date:   Sat Apr 20 14:14:23 2019 +0200

    Implement | (pipe) command.
    
    The pipe command allows to run a GDB command, and pipe its output
    to a shell command:
      (gdb) help pipe
      Send the output of a gdb command to a shell command.
      Usage: | [COMMAND] | SHELL_COMMAND
      Usage: | -d DELIM COMMAND DELIM SHELL_COMMAND
      Usage: pipe [COMMAND] | SHELL_COMMAND
      Usage: pipe -d DELIM COMMAND DELIM SHELL_COMMAND
    
      Executes COMMAND and sends its output to SHELL_COMMAND.
    
      The -d option indicates to use the string DELIM to separate COMMAND
      from SHELL_COMMAND, in alternative to |.  This is useful in
      case COMMAND contains a | character.
    
      With no COMMAND, repeat the last executed command
      and send its output to SHELL_COMMAND.
      (gdb)
    
    For example:
      (gdb) pipe print some_data_structure | grep -B3 -A3 something
    
    The pipe character is defined as an alias for pipe command, so that
    the above can be typed as:
      (gdb) | print some_data_structure | grep -B3 -A3 something
    
    If no GDB COMMAND is given, then the previous command is relaunched,
    and its output is sent to the given SHELL_COMMAND.
    
    This also defines convenience vars $_shell_exitcode and $_shell_exitsignal
    to record the exit code and exit signal of the last shell command
    launched by GDB e.g. by "shell", "pipe", ...
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-05-31  Philippe Waroquiers  <philippe.waroquiers@skynet.be>
    
    	* cli/cli-cmds.c (pipe_command): New function.
    	(_initialize_cli_cmds): Call add_com for pipe_command.
    	Define | as an alias for pipe.
    	(exit_status_set_internal_vars): New function.
    	(shell_escape): Call exit_status_set_internal_vars.
    	cli/cli-decode.c (find_command_name_length): Recognize | as
    	a single character command.

commit b8fd091888383703f5d708c597c496d7b9e47a21
Author: Philippe Waroquiers <philippe.waroquiers@skynet.be>
Date:   Fri Apr 26 20:52:16 2019 +0200

    Add function execute_command_to_ui_file
    
    2019-05-31  Philippe Waroquiers  <philippe.waroquiers@skynet.be>
    
    	* gdbcmd.h (execute_command_to_ui_file): New declaration.
    	top.c (execute_command_to_ui_file): New function, mostly a copy
    	of execute_command_to_string.
    	(execute_command_to_string): Implement by calling
    	execute_command_to_ui_file.

commit 68bb5386b84af4031175bf186269eb6b54b8611d
Author: Philippe Waroquiers <philippe.waroquiers@skynet.be>
Date:   Sat Apr 20 14:02:29 2019 +0200

    Add previous_saved_command_line to allow a command to repeat a previous command.
    
    Currently, a previous command can be repeated when the user types an
    empty line.  This is implemented in handle_line_of_input by
    returning saved_command_line in case an empty line has been input.
    
    If we want a command to repeat the previous command, we need to save
    the previous saved_command_line, as when a command runs, the saved_command_line
    already contains the current command line of the command being executed.
    
    As suggested by Tom, the previous_saved_command_line is made static.
    At the same time, saved_command_line is also made static.
    The support functions/variables for the repeat command logic are now all
    located inside top.c.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-05-31  Philippe Waroquiers  <philippe.waroquiers@skynet.be>
    
    	* top.h (saved_command_line): Remove declaration.
    	* top.c (previous_saved_command_line, previous_repeat_arguments):
    	New variables.
    	(saved_command_line): Make static, define together with other
    	'repeat variables'.
    	(dont_repeat): Clear repeat_arguments.
    	(repeat_previous, get_saved_command_line, save_command_line):
    	New functions.
    	(gdb_init): Initialize saved_command_line
    	and previous_saved_command_line.
    	* main.c (captured_main_1): Remove saved_command_line initialization.
    	* event-top.c (handle_line_of_input): Update to use
    	the new 'repeat' related functions instead of direct access to
    	saved_command_line.
    	* command.h (repeat_previous, get_saved_command_line,
    	save_command_line): New declarations.
    	(dont_repeat): Add comment.

commit a0486bac41d6ce47f27795a5abbca5cc53ddba00
Author: Jose E. Marchesi <jose.marchesi@oracle.com>
Date:   Fri May 31 11:10:51 2019 +0200

    libctf: fix a number of build problems found on Solaris and NetBSD
    
    - Use of nonportable <endian.h>
    - Use of qsort_r
    - Use of zlib without appropriate magic to pull in the binutils zlib
    - Use of off64_t without checking (fixed by dropping the unused fields
      that need off64_t entirely)
    - signedness problems due to long being too short a type on 32-bit
      platforms: ctf_id_t is now 'unsigned long', and CTF_ERR must be
      used only for functions that return ctf_id_t
    - One lingering use of bzero() and of <sys/errno.h>
    
    All fixed, using code from gnulib where possible.
    
    Relatedly, set cts_size in a couple of places it was missed
    (string table and symbol table loading upon ctf_bfdopen()).
    
    binutils/
    	* objdump.c (make_ctfsect): Drop cts_type, cts_flags, and
    	cts_offset.
    	* readelf.c (shdr_to_ctf_sect): Likewise.
    include/
    	* ctf-api.h (ctf_sect_t): Drop cts_type, cts_flags, and cts_offset.
    	(ctf_id_t): This is now an unsigned type.
    	(CTF_ERR): Cast it to ctf_id_t.  Note that it should only be used
    	for ctf_id_t-returning functions.
    libctf/
    	* Makefile.am (ZLIB): New.
    	(ZLIBINC): Likewise.
    	(AM_CFLAGS): Use them.
    	(libctf_a_LIBADD): New, for LIBOBJS.
    	* configure.ac: Check for zlib, endian.h, and qsort_r.
    	* ctf-endian.h: New, providing htole64 and le64toh.
    	* swap.h: Code style fixes.
    	(bswap_identity_64): New.
    	* qsort_r.c: New, from gnulib (with one added #include).
    	* ctf-decls.h: New, providing a conditional qsort_r declaration,
    	and unconditional definitions of MIN and MAX.
    	* ctf-impl.h: Use it.  Do not use <sys/errno.h>.
    	(ctf_set_errno): Now returns unsigned long.
    	* ctf-util.c (ctf_set_errno): Adjust here too.
    	* ctf-archive.c: Use ctf-endian.h.
    	(ctf_arc_open_by_offset): Use memset, not bzero.  Drop cts_type,
    	cts_flags and cts_offset.
    	(ctf_arc_write): Drop debugging dependent on the size of off_t.
    	* ctf-create.c: Provide a definition of roundup if not defined.
    	(ctf_create): Drop cts_type, cts_flags and cts_offset.
    	(ctf_add_reftype): Do not check if type IDs are below zero.
    	(ctf_add_slice): Likewise.
    	(ctf_add_typedef): Likewise.
    	(ctf_add_member_offset): Cast error-returning ssize_t's to size_t
    	when known error-free.  Drop CTF_ERR usage for functions returning
    	int.
    	(ctf_add_member_encoded): Drop CTF_ERR usage for functions returning
    	int.
    	(ctf_add_variable): Likewise.
    	(enumcmp): Likewise.
    	(enumadd): Likewise.
    	(membcmp): Likewise.
    	(ctf_add_type): Likewise.  Cast error-returning ssize_t's to size_t
    	when known error-free.
    	* ctf-dump.c (ctf_is_slice): Drop CTF_ERR usage for functions
    	returning int: use CTF_ERR for functions returning ctf_type_id.
    	(ctf_dump_label): Likewise.
    	(ctf_dump_objts): Likewise.
    	* ctf-labels.c (ctf_label_topmost): Likewise.
    	(ctf_label_iter): Likewise.
    	(ctf_label_info): Likewise.
    	* ctf-lookup.c (ctf_func_args): Likewise.
    	* ctf-open.c (upgrade_types): Cast to size_t where appropriate.
    	(ctf_bufopen): Likewise.  Use zlib types as needed.
    	* ctf-types.c (ctf_member_iter): Drop CTF_ERR usage for functions
    	returning int.
    	(ctf_enum_iter): Likewise.
    	(ctf_type_size): Likewise.
    	(ctf_type_align): Likewise.  Cast to size_t where appropriate.
    	(ctf_type_kind_unsliced): Likewise.
    	(ctf_type_kind): Likewise.
    	(ctf_type_encoding): Likewise.
    	(ctf_member_info): Likewise.
    	(ctf_array_info): Likewise.
    	(ctf_enum_value): Likewise.
    	(ctf_type_rvisit): Likewise.
    	* ctf-open-bfd.c (ctf_bfdopen): Drop cts_type, cts_flags and
    	cts_offset.
    	(ctf_simple_open): Likewise.
    	(ctf_bfdopen_ctfsect): Likewise.  Set cts_size properly.
    	* Makefile.in: Regenerate.
    	* aclocal.m4: Likewise.
    	* config.h: Likewise.
    	* configure: Likewise.

commit ff4a4474eba6488c8ad3cae51a685fe282ab249a
Author: GDB Administrator <gdbadmin@sourceware.org>
Date:   Fri May 31 00:00:14 2019 +0000

    Automatic date update in version.in

commit 4288405d5ec2c68c7e9d8d68a090c6c9ff3825d1
Author: Jim Wilson <jimw@sifive.com>
Date:   Thu May 30 15:23:10 2019 -0700

    RISC-V: Fix lui argument parsing.
    
    This fixes a bug reported on the riscv.org sw-dev mailing list.  This
    rejects "lui x1,symbol", as a symbol should only be accepted here when
    used inside %hi().  Without the fix, this gets assembled as "lui x1,0"
    with no relocation which is clearly wrong.
    
    	gas/
    	* config/tc-riscv.c (riscv_ip) <'u'>: Move O_constant check inside if
    	statement.  Delete O_symbol and O_constant check after if statement.
    	* testsuite/gas/riscv/auipc-parsing.s: Test lui with missing %hi.
    	* testsuite/gas/riscv/auipc-parsing.l: Update.

commit bfcdb85206cd3c3b8ad73b13db6bfb2ec608239b
Author: Tom Tromey <tromey@adacore.com>
Date:   Thu May 30 08:50:22 2019 -0600

    Two comment fixes in gdbtypes.h
    
    This fixes a couple of comments in gdbtypes.h.  One comment had a
    typo; and another comment referred to "Moto", which is presumably some
    long-gone Motorola-related project.
    
    Tested by rebuilding.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-05-30  Tom Tromey  <tromey@adacore.com>
    
    	* gdbtypes.h (struct range_bounds) <flag_upper_bound_is_count>:
    	Fix comment.
    	(TYPE_ARRAY_UPPER_BOUND_IS_UNDEFINED): Rewrite comment.

commit 0ef209f22c24b9243de68c35c576f7111198f915
Author: Jan Vrany <jan.vrany@fit.cvut.cz>
Date:   Thu May 30 13:04:26 2019 +0100

    Initialize variable word in complete
    
    The complete function should set parameter word to the end of the
    word to complete. However, completion_find_completion_word may fail,
    leaving word uninitialized.
    
    To make sure word is always set, initialize it to the completion point
    which is the end of the line parameter.
    
    gdb/Changelog
    
    	PR cli/24587
    	* completer.c (complete): Initialize variable word.

commit e3f56a99f66298bb505d0426950b9716a853a5df
Author: Nick Clifton <nickc@redhat.com>
Date:   Thu May 30 11:17:19 2019 +0100

    Revert "Sync top level files with versions from gcc."
    
    This reverts commit f948b2de97884bfb4e5fc11d40a6bea9e0b096ae.

commit ae9ac79e5e291a2bc5c6620a10c37a3558d55d36
Author: Nick Clifton <nickc@redhat.com>
Date:   Thu May 30 10:17:29 2019 +0100

    Harmonize readelf's output for version sections.
    
    	PR 24627
    binutils * readelf.c (process_version_sections): Add 0x prefix to address
    	display.  Correct indentation.
    
    ld	* testsuite/ld-elf/ver_def.vd: Update expected output.

commit 54a471e5fd44d7a91297ece1383b0ad6d62c7306
Author: GDB Administrator <gdbadmin@sourceware.org>
Date:   Thu May 30 00:00:14 2019 +0000

    Automatic date update in version.in

commit 955b06fa576df1a6954263043ea3f3a5b9ad5940
Author: Sergio Durigan Junior <sergiodj@redhat.com>
Date:   Wed May 29 10:36:57 2019 -0400

    Don't crash is dwarf_decode_macro_bytes's 'body' is NULL, even when '!is_define'
    
    Ref.: https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1715008
    
    On commit 7bede82892a06e6c26989803e70f53697392dcf9 ("Don't crash if
    dwarf_decode_macro_bytes's 'body' is NULL"), I was too strict when
    checking if 'body' is NULL: the check only comprised the case when
    'is_define' is true.  However, the corruption of .debug_macro by
    rpmbuild's "debugedit" also affects the case when 'is_define' is
    false, i.e., when the macro is being undefined.
    
    This commit improves the check and covers both cases now.  This has
    been tested on Fedora 30 with a problematic debuginfo, and I don't see
    a segfault anymore.
    
    OK to push?
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    2019-05-29  Sergio Durigan Junior  <sergiodj@redhat.com>
    
    	Ref.: https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1708192
    	Ref.: https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1715008
    	* dwarf2read.c (dwarf_decode_macro_bytes): Move check to see if
    	'body' is NULL to the outter 'if', protecting the '!is_define'
    	situation as well.

commit f49055a52f04f75b6560f304eb975128dd82ad68
Author: Tom Tromey <tromey@adacore.com>
Date:   Tue May 28 10:55:59 2019 -0600

    Fix failure in gdb.ada/complete.exp
    
    I noticed a failure in gdb.ada/complete.exp when testing locally:
    
        FAIL: gdb.ada/complete.exp: complete break ada
    
    This failed due to this output:
    
        [...]
        break ada/generated/gnatvsn.ads
        break ada/libgnat/s-excmac.ads
        break ada/sdefault.adb
        break ada/snames.adb
        break ada/snames.ads
    
    This patch updates the regexp to allow "/" and "-" to appear.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog
    2019-05-29  Tom Tromey  <tromey@adacore.com>
    
    	* gdb.ada/complete.exp (test_gdb_no_completion): Add "/" and "-"
    	to "break complete ada" test case's regexp.

commit fa9c3fa035433debc24503e32c59688650ffcdbb
Author: Tom Tromey <tromey@adacore.com>
Date:   Wed May 22 09:08:49 2019 -0400

    Make some DWARF complaints clearer
    
    I noticed that the complaint in partial_die_parent_scope was not using
    dwarf_tag_name, so I changed that.  Then I noticed that dwarf_tag_name
    does not show the numeric value for an unrecognized tag, so I changed
    that function and all the related functions to do so.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-05-29  Tom Tromey  <tromey@adacore.com>
    
    	* dwarf2read.c (partial_die_parent_scope): Call dwarf_tag_name.
    	(dwarf_unknown): New function.
    	(dwarf_tag_name, dwarf_attr_name, dwarf_form_name)
    	(dwarf_type_encoding_name): Use dwarf_unknown.

commit 4330d61dfb05d77fd925efdca45091f12e3a6266
Author: Tom Tromey <tromey@adacore.com>
Date:   Wed May 29 09:34:50 2019 -0600

    Fix crash in cp_print_value_fields
    
    PR c++/20020 concerns a crash in cp_print_value_fields.  The immediate
    cause is that cp_print_value_fields does not handle the case where
    value_static_field fails.  This is fixed in this patch by calling
    cp_print_static_field from the "try" block.
    
    Digging a bit deeper, the error occurs because GCC does not emit a
    DW_AT_const_value for a static constexpr member appearing in a
    template class.  I've filed a GCC bug for this.
    
    Tested on x86-64 Fedora 29.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-05-29  Tom Tromey  <tromey@adacore.com>
    
    	PR c++/20020:
    	* cp-valprint.c (cp_print_value_fields): Call
    	cp_print_static_field inside "try".
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog
    2019-05-29  Tom Tromey  <tromey@adacore.com>
    
    	PR c++/20020:
    	* gdb.cp/constexpr-field.exp: New file.
    	* gdb.cp/constexpr-field.cc: New file.

commit 6ff185b89017b16e9092142515f0a119b684ac72
Author: Alan Modra <amodra@gmail.com>
Date:   Wed May 29 22:56:30 2019 +0930

    s12z genelf.em
    
    This changes s12z to use generic.em and genelf.em, which is more
    suited to targets that use the generic linker hash table.  A tweak or
    two to some testsuite predicates then gives a clean testsuite result
    on the target.
    
    	PR 24596
    binutils/
    	* testsuite/lib/binutils-common.exp (supports_gnu_unique): Add
    	s12z to targets not supporting this feature.
    ld/
    	* emulparams/m9s12zelf.sh (TEMPLATE_NAME): Set to generic.
    	(EXTRA_EM_FILE): Define to genelf.
    	* testsuite/lib/ld-lib.exp (uses_genelf): Add s12z.

commit 1336939d3cd4cb02670c48ef065bafdf0fdae300
Author: Alan Modra <amodra@gmail.com>
Date:   Wed May 29 22:54:37 2019 +0930

    Support tcl procedure calls in run_dump_test xfail
    
    Also support tcl procedure calls in the run_ld_link_tests and
    run_ld_link_exec_tests optional "xfail" args.  Implements "is_generic"
    and renames "is_generic_elf" to "uses_genelf", then uses these procs
    in lots of ld tests.
    
    moxie-elf  -FAIL: ld-elf/orphan3
    mt-elf  -FAIL: ld-elf/merge
    s12z-elf  -FAIL: ld-discard/extern
    s12z-elf  -FAIL: ld-discard/start
    s12z-elf  -FAIL: ld-discard/static
    s12z-elf  -FAIL: PR ld/21703
    s12z-elf  -FAIL: PR ld/21703 -r
    s12z-elf  -FAIL: Symbol flags copy
    s12z-elf  -FAIL: ld-elf/group1
    s12z-elf  -FAIL: ld-elf/group3b
    s12z-elf  -FAIL: ld-elf/group8a
    s12z-elf  -FAIL: ld-elf/group8b
    s12z-elf  -FAIL: ld-elf/group9a
    s12z-elf  -FAIL: ld-elf/group9b
    s12z-elf  -FAIL: ld-elf/linkonce2
    s12z-elf  -FAIL: ld-elf/merge2
    s12z-elf  -FAIL: ld-elf/merge3
    s12z-elf  -FAIL: ld-elf/pr12851
    s12z-elf  -FAIL: ld-elf/pr17550c
    s12z-elf  -FAIL: ld-elf/pr17550d
    s12z-elf  -FAIL: ld-elf/pr22677
    s12z-elf  -FAIL: ld-elf/pr22836-1a
    s12z-elf  -FAIL: ld-elf/pr22836-1b
    s12z-elf  -FAIL: ld-elf/warn1
    s12z-elf  -FAIL: ld-elf/warn3
    
    binutils/
    	* testsuite/lib/binutils-common.exp (run_dump_test): Support
    	tcl procedures for xfail args.
    ld/
    	* testsuite/lib/ld-lib.exp (run_ld_link_tests): Support procedure
    	calls in optional "xfail" args.
    	(run_ld_link_exec_tests): Likewise.
    	(is_generic): New.
    	(uses_genelf): Rename from is_generic_elf.  Delete bogus semicolons.
    	* testsuite/ld-scripts/align.exp: Rename is_generic_elf call.
    	* testsuite/ld-elf/elf.exp: Use is_generic and uses_genelf.  Delete
    	xfail_implib var.
    	* testsuite/ld-elf/sec64k.exp: Use is_generic.
    	* testsuite/ld-elf/shared.exp: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-discard/extern.d: Use is_generic in xfail.
    	* testsuite/ld-discard/start.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-discard/static.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-elf/attributes.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-elf/group1.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-elf/group3b.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-elf/group8a.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-elf/group8b.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-elf/group9a.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-elf/group9b.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-elf/linkonce2.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-elf/merge2.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-elf/merge3.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-elf/pr12851.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-elf/pr12975.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-elf/pr13177.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-elf/pr13195.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-elf/pr17550c.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-elf/pr17550d.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-elf/pr17615.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-elf/pr21562a.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-elf/pr21562b.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-elf/pr21562c.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-elf/pr21562d.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-elf/pr21562i.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-elf/pr21562j.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-elf/pr21562k.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-elf/pr21562l.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-elf/pr21562m.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-elf/pr21562n.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-elf/pr22677.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-elf/pr22836-1a.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-elf/pr22836-1b.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-elf/warn3.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-elf/warn1.d: Likewise and xfail sparc solaris
    	targets rather than notarget.
    	* testsuite/ld-elf/compressed1d.d: Use uses_genelf in xfail.
    	* testsuite/ld-elf/orphan-10.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-elf/orphan-9.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-elf/orphan-region.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-elf/orphan.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-elf/orphan3.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-elf/pr20528a.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-elf/pr20528b.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-elf/pr23658-1a.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-elf/pr23658-1b.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-elf/pr349.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-elf/warn2.d: Likewise and xfail sparc solaris
    	targets rather than notarget.
    	* testsuite/ld-elf/merge.d: Correct ms1-*-* to mt-*-*.

commit 33a6bc350f5b4f03d586ba9d32667b6fea1dce4a
Author: Tom Tromey <tromey@adacore.com>
Date:   Fri May 10 09:25:19 2019 -0600

    Add new GCC 9 warnings to warnings.m4
    
    GCC 9 has a few new warnings that aren't enabled in the gdb build by
    default: -Wdeprecated-copy, -Wdeprecated-copy-dtor, and
    -Wredundant-move.  This patch enables them all.
    
    Tested by rebuilding with a new GCC (git master) on x86-64 Fedora 29.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-05-29  Tom Tromey  <tromey@adacore.com>
    
    	* inflow.c (struct terminal_info): Add default operator=.
    	* configure: Rebuild.
    	* warning.m4 (AM_GDB_WARNINGS): Add -Wdeprecated-copy,
    	-Wdeprecated-copy-dtor, -Wredundant-move.
    
    gdb/gdbserver/ChangeLog
    2019-05-29  Tom Tromey  <tromey@adacore.com>
    
    	* configure: Rebuild.

commit 000439d52897541ad00a84026ac471b4f8cb3c97
Author: Tom Tromey <tromey@adacore.com>
Date:   Wed May 15 13:06:59 2019 -0600

    Add "set print finish"
    
    A user wanted to be able to disable the display of the value when
    using "finish" -- but still have the value entered into the value
    history in case it was useful later on.  Part of the rationale here is
    that sometimes the value might be quite large, or expensive to display
    (in their case this was compounded by a rogue pretty-printer).
    
    This patch implements this idea.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-05-29  Tom Tromey  <tromey@adacore.com>
    
    	* NEWS: Add entry.
    	* infcmd.c (print_return_value_1): Handle finish_print
    	option.
    	(show_print_finish): New function.
    	(_initialize_infcmd): Add "set/show print finish" commands.
    	* valprint.c (user_print_options): Initialize new member.
    	* valprint.h (struct value_print_options) <finish_print>: New
    	member.
    
    gdb/doc/ChangeLog
    2019-05-29  Tom Tromey  <tromey@adacore.com>
    
    	* gdb.texinfo (Continuing and Stepping): Document new
    	commands.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog
    2019-05-29  Tom Tromey  <tromey@adacore.com>
    
    	* gdb.base/finish.exp (finish_no_print): New proc.
    	(finish_tests): Call it.

commit e33f2313bf63b77763739732be14b469b4b647b7
Author: Nick Clifton <nickc@redhat.com>
Date:   Wed May 29 12:49:13 2019 +0100

    Update release tools with libctf support.
    
    top	* src-release.sh (do_proto_toplev): Add libctf to list of
    	directories that can be disabled.
    
    binutils* README-how-to-make-a-release: Add libctf to list of directories
    	that need updates in their ChangeLogs.

commit f948b2de97884bfb4e5fc11d40a6bea9e0b096ae
Author: Nick Clifton <nickc@redhat.com>
Date:   Wed May 29 12:43:42 2019 +0100

    Sync top level files with versions from gcc.
    
    top	* Makefile.def (target_modules): Add libphobos.
    	(flags_to_pass): Add GDC, GDCFLAGS, GDC_FOR_TARGET and
    	GDCFLAGS_FOR_TARGET.
    	(dependencies): Make libphobos depend on libatomic, libbacktrace
    	configure, and zlib configure.
    	(language): Add language d.
    	* Makefile.in: Rebuild.
    	* Makefile.tpl (BUILD_EXPORTS): Add GDC and GDCFLAGS.
    	(HOST_EXPORTS): Add GDC.
    	(POSTSTAGE1_HOST_EXPORTS): Add GDC and GDC_FOR_BUILD.
    	(BASE_TARGET_EXPORTS): Add GDC.
    	(GDC_FOR_BUILD, GDC, GDCFLAGS): New variables.
    	(GDC_FOR_TARGET, GDC_FLAGS_FOR_TARGET): New variables.
    	(EXTRA_HOST_FLAGS): Add GDC.
    	(STAGE1_FLAGS_TO_PASS): Add GDC.
    	(EXTRA_TARGET_FLAGS): Add GDC and GDCFLAGS.
    	* config-ml.in: Treat GDC and GDCFLAGS like other compiler/flag
    	environment variables.
    	* configure: Rebuild.
    	* configure.ac: Add target-libphobos to target_libraries.  Set and
    	substitute GDC_FOR_BUILD and GDC_FOR_TARGET.

commit 90bd54236cb8b1c31c3662977159be971044c20d
Author: Nick Clifton <nickc@redhat.com>
Date:   Wed May 29 11:31:16 2019 +0100

    Do not build libctf for targets that do not use the ELF file format.
    
    top	* configure.ac (noconfigdirs): Add libctf if the target does not use
    	the ELF file format.
    	* configure: Regenerate.
    
    binutils* configure.ac (LIBCTF): Export.  Set to empty for non-ELF based
    	targets.
    	(HAVE_LIBCTF): Define if libctf support is available.
    	* Makefile.am (LIBCTF): Set value to @LIBCTF@.
    	* objdump.c: Make CTF code conditional upon HAVE_LIBCTF being
    	defined.
    	* readelf.c: Likewise.
    	* configure: Regenerate.
    	* Makefile.in: Regenerate.
    	* config.in: Regenerate.

commit 9698cf9b1c485edbbeabc9f65bfd0fdef92e3854
Author: Nick Alcock <nick.alcock@oracle.com>
Date:   Wed May 29 11:11:37 2019 +0200

    Fix libctf build on non-ELF targets.
    
    All machinery works as on ELF, except for automatic loading of ELF
    string and symbol tables in the BFD-style open machinery.
    
            * Makefile.def (dependencies): configure-libctf depends on all-bfd
            and all its deps.
            * Makefile.in: Regenerated.
    
    libctf/
            * configure.in: Check for bfd_section_from_elf_index.
            * configure: Regenerate.
            * config.h.in [HAVE_BFD_ELF]: Likewise.
            * libctf/ctf_open_bfd (ctf_bfdopen_ctfsect): Use it.
            abfd is potentially unused now.

commit 90f879191c1bc8455527f66fb4ab46873aa870aa
Author: GDB Administrator <gdbadmin@sourceware.org>
Date:   Wed May 29 00:00:28 2019 +0000

    Automatic date update in version.in

commit 1e129bbefadbf09ace0fc7fcb3cfcda13700e3b8
Author: Faraz Shahbazker <fshahbazker@wavecomp.com>
Date:   Thu May 23 18:16:08 2019 -0700

    MIPS/LD: Skip overflow check for %pcrel_hi relocations
    
    Overflow checks were removed for all hi16 relocations except PC-relative
    high relocations per PR ld/16720.  Remove overflow checks from %pcrel_hi
    relocations so that we can correctly handle negative offsets from PC.
    
    bfd/
    	* elfxx-mips.c (mips_elf_calculate_relocation) <R_MIPS_PCHI16>:
    	Remove overflow check.
    
    ld/
    	* testsuite/ld-mips-elf/undefweak-overflow.s: Remove test case
    	for pcrel_hi/pcrel_lo.
    	* testsuite/ld-mips-elf/undefweak-overflow.d: Update to match.
    	* testsuite/ld-mips-elf/reloc-pcrel-r6.s: New test source.
    	* testsuite/ld-mips-elf/reloc-pcrel-r6.d: New test linker script.
    	* testsuite/ld-mips-elf/reloc-pcrel-r6.ld: New test.
    	* testsuite/ld-mips-elf/mips-elf.exp: Run the new test.

commit a2f4b66c9eb5210f8ef6038d7194af1e5f314f97
Author: H.J. Lu <hjl.tools@gmail.com>
Date:   Tue May 28 10:05:28 2019 -0700

    x86: Add CheckRegSize to AVX512_BF16 instructions with Disp8ShiftVL
    
    For AVX512 instructions with Disp8ShiftVL and Broadcast, we may need to
    add CheckRegSize to check if broadcast matches the destination register
    size.
    
    gas/
    
    	PR gas/24625
    	* testsuite/gas/i386/inval-avx512f.s: Add tests for AVX512_BF16
    	instructions with invalid broadcast.
    	* testsuite/gas/i386/x86-64-inval-avx512f.s: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/gas/i386/inval-avx512f.l: Updated.
    	* testsuite/gas/i386/x86-64-inval-avx512f.l: Likewise.
    
    opcodes/
    
    	PR gas/24625
    	* i386-opc.tbl: Add CheckRegSize to AVX512_BF16 instructions with
    	Disp8ShiftVL.
    	* i386-tbl.h: Regenerated.

commit c0e70c624fc7d89f5cf281350692de89a063786f
Author: Tom Tromey <tromey@adacore.com>
Date:   Thu May 23 10:40:27 2019 -0400

    Remove find_old_style_renaming_symbol
    
    We found a case where a "bt" was very slow with Ada code.  Profiling
    with callgrind showed this to be primarily due to calls to
    find_old_style_renaming_symbol.  Because new-style renaming symbols
    were implemented in 2007, it seems safe enough to remove this old
    code.
    
    A "-batch -ex bt" test on a large Ada program improves from:
    
        13.23user 0.57system 0:13.82elapsed 99%CPU (0avgtext+0avgdata 571408maxresident)k
    
    to
    
        4.25user 0.48system 0:04.74elapsed 99%CPU (0avgtext+0avgdata 559844maxresident)k
    
    with this patch.
    
    Tested on x86-64 Fedora 29.  Joel reviewed this internally; and as it
    is Ada-specific, I am checking it in.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-05-28  Tom Tromey  <tromey@adacore.com>
    
    	* ada-lang.c (ada_remove_Xbn_suffix)
    	(find_old_style_renaming_symbol)
    	(parse_old_style_renaming): Remove.
    	(ada_find_renaming_symbol): Don't call
    	find_old_style_renaming_symbol.
    	(ada_is_renaming_symbol): Rename from
    	ada_find_renaming_symbol.  Remove "block" parameter.  Return
    	bool.  Now static.
    	(ada_read_var_value): Update and simplify.
    	* ada-exp.y (write_var_or_type): Remove old code.

commit 88981b157b08f2e9a404a2f86d4ee131f17ce3d4
Author: Nick Alcock <nick.alcock@oracle.com>
Date:   Tue May 28 17:01:32 2019 +0100

    Add libctf to top-level MAINTAINERS; add myself as CTF maintainer.

commit 7d9813f196bd1a98d49c2b9b7b90351cb2435b0d
Author: Nick Alcock <nick.alcock@oracle.com>
Date:   Wed Apr 24 12:04:33 2019 +0100

    binutils: CTF support for objdump and readelf
    
    This introduces CTF support for objdump and readelf.  objdump has the
    following new arguments:
    
         --ctf=SECTION: display CTF in the given SECTION
         --ctf-parent=SECTION: name of CTF section that is the parent of this section
    
    readelf has the above, and these two as well:
    
         --ctf-symbols=SECTION: name of symbol table section (optional)
         --ctf-strings=SECTION: name of string table section (optional)
    
    (objdump can always use BFD machinery to determine the applicable string
    and symbol tables automatically, so these arguments are unnecessary.)
    
    Nearly all the work is done by the ctf_dump machinery in libctf: most of
    the remaining work is option-processing and section-reading, and thus is
    different for objdump and readelf: the minimal amount of similar code
    remaining is, in my view, too small to share, particularly given that
    objdump uses ctf_bfdopen() and readelf uses ctf_simple_open() since it
    doesn't have a bfd.
    
    I am not particularly satisfied with the way resources are freed in
    either of these (I was forced to do it at the top level, for lack of
    anywhere else to free resources allocated during option processing), but
    I can't see any better way to do it without introducing new
    infrastructure for no other purpose.
    
    There are essentially arbitrary ordering changes to the Makefile.in's
    order of libtool-related stuff that I can't get rid of, but they have no
    semantic effect.  (It is possible that some hunks of these changes could
    be dropped, but that seems a bit risky to me.)
    
    binutils/
    	* objdump.c (ctf-api.h): New include.
    	(dump_ctf_section_info): New variable.
    	(dump_ctf_section_name): Likewise.
    	(usage): Describe new options.
    	(enum option_values): Add OPTION_CTF and OPTION_CTF_PARENT.
    	(main): Use them to add --ctf and --ctf-parent.
    	(read_section_stabs): Add new parameter, entsize_ptr.
    	(find_stabs_section): Adjust accordingly.
    	(make_ctfsect): New.
    	(dump_ctf_indent_lines): New.
    	(dump_ctf_archive_member): New.
    	(dump_ctf): New.
    	(dump_bfd): Call it.  Free resources afterwards.
    	* readelf.c (ctf-api.h): New include.
    	(CTF_DUMP): New.
    	(static bfd_boolean do_ctf): Likewise.
    	(dump_ctf_parent_name): Likewise.
    	(dump_ctf_symtab_name): Likewise.
    	(dump_ctf_strtab_name): Likewise.
    	(OPTION_CTF_DUMP): Likewise.
    	(OPTION_CTF_PARENT): Likewise.
    	(OPTION_CTF_SYMBOLS): Likewise.
    	(OPTION_CTF_STRINGS): Likewise.
    	(options): Add them.
    	(usage): Likewise.
    	(parse_args): Handle the new options, requesting CTF_DUMP.
    	(process_section_contents): Handle CTF_DUMP.
    	(shdr_to_ctf_sect): New.
    	(dump_ctf_indent_lines): New.
    	(dump_section_as_ctf): New.
    	(main): Free resources.
    	* Makefile.am (LIBCTF): New variable.
    	(objdump_DEPENDENCIES): Use it.
    	(readelf_DEPENDENCIES): Likewise.
    	(objdump_LDADD): Likewise.
    	(readelf_LDADD): Likewise.
    	* aclocal.m4: Regenerated.
    	* Makefile.in: Likewise.
    
    	* doc/binutils.texi (objdump): Document the new options.
    	(readelf): Likewise.
    	* doc/ctf.options.texi: New.
    	* doc/Makefile.in: Regenerated.
    	* NEWS: Mention the new feature.

commit 0e65dfbaf3a0299e4837216a103c28625d4b4f1d
Author: Nick Alcock <nick.alcock@oracle.com>
Date:   Wed Apr 24 11:49:48 2019 +0100

    libctf: build system
    
    This ties libctf into the build system, and makes binutils depend on it
    (used by the next commits).
    
    	* Makefile.def (host_modules): Add libctf.
    	* Makefile.def (dependencies): Likewise.
    	libctf depends on zlib, libiberty, and bfd.
    	* Makefile.in: Regenerated.
    	* configure.ac (host_libs): Add libctf.
    	* configure: Regenerated.
    
    libctf/
    	* Makefile.am: New.
    	* Makefile.in: Regenerated.
    	* config.h.in: Likewise.
    	* aclocal.m4: Likewise.
    	* configure: Likewise.

commit a30b3e182aad25f94de6412efd5d78f7805fb4d3
Author: Nick Alcock <nick.alcock@oracle.com>
Date:   Wed Apr 24 11:41:00 2019 +0100

    libctf: debug dumping
    
    This introduces ctf_dump(), an iterator which returns a series of
    strings, each representing a debugging dump of one item from a given
    section in the CTF file.  The items may be multiline: a callback is
    provided to allow the caller to decorate each line as they desire before
    the line is returned.
    
    libctf/
    	* ctf-dump.c: New.
    
    include/
    	* ctf-api.h (ctf_dump_decorate_f): New.
    	(ctf_dump_state_t): new.
    	(ctf_dump): New.

commit 6dbf2b734063522b4f3d7403ce7a2b436802b839
Author: Nick Alcock <nick.alcock@oracle.com>
Date:   Wed Apr 24 11:35:37 2019 +0100

    libctf: labels
    
    This facility allows you to associate regions of type IDs with *labels*,
    a labelled tiling of the type ID space. You can use these to define
    CTF containers with distinct parents for distinct ranges of the ID
    space, or to assist with parallelization of CTF processing, or for any
    other purpose you can think of.
    
    Notably absent from here (though declared in the API header) is any way
    to define new labels: this will probably be introduced soon, as part of
    the linker deduplication work.  (One existed in the past, but was deeply
    tied to the Solaris CTF file generator and had to be torn out.)
    
    libctf/
    	* ctf-labels.c: New.
    include/
    	* ctf-api.h (ctf_label_f): New.
    	(ctf_label_set): New.
    	(ctf_label_get): New.
    	(ctf_label_topmost): New.
    	(ctf_label_info): New.
    	(ctf_label_iter): New.

commit 6c33b742ce19cc2fd226d84f2991572239199a62
Author: Nick Alcock <nick.alcock@oracle.com>
Date:   Wed Apr 24 11:26:42 2019 +0100

    libctf: library version enforcement
    
    This old Solaris standard allows callers to specify that they are
    expecting one particular API and/or CTF file format from the library.
    
    libctf/
    	* ctf-impl.h (_libctf_version): New declaration.
    	* ctf-subr.c (_libctf_version): Define it.
    	(ctf_version): New.
    
    include/
    	* ctf-api.h (ctf_version): New.

commit c499eb6896cd803d26da8c719bfac9c03e596c08
Author: Nick Alcock <nick.alcock@oracle.com>
Date:   Wed Apr 24 11:22:03 2019 +0100

    libctf: type copying
    
    ctf_add_type() allows you to copy types, and all the types they depend
    on, from one container to another (writable) container. This lets a
    program maintaining multiple distinct containers (not in a parent-child
    relationship) introduce types that depend on types in one container in
    another writable one, by copying the necessary types.
    
    libctf/
    	* ctf-create.c (enumcmp): New.
    	(enumadd): Likewise.
    	(membcmp): Likewise.
    	(membadd): Likewise.
    	(ctf_add_type): Likewise.

commit b437bfe0f4cf06559ca4c508a2869383196ddc6b
Author: Nick Alcock <nick.alcock@oracle.com>
Date:   Wed Apr 24 11:15:33 2019 +0100

    libctf: lookups by name and symbol
    
    These functions allow you to look up types given a name in a simple
    subset of C declarator syntax (no function pointers), to look up the
    types of variables given a name, and to look up the types of data
    objects and the type signatures of functions given symbol table offsets.
    
    (Despite its name, one function in this commit, ctf_lookup_symbol_name(),
    is for the internal use of libctf only, and does not appear in any
    public header files.)
    
    libctf/
    	* ctf-lookup.c (isqualifier): New.
    	(ctf_lookup_by_name): Likewise.
    	(struct ctf_lookup_var_key): Likewise.
    	(ctf_lookup_var): Likewise.
    	(ctf_lookup_variable): Likewise.
    	(ctf_lookup_symbol_name): Likewise.
    	(ctf_lookup_by_symbol): Likewise.
    	(ctf_func_info): Likewise.
    	(ctf_func_args): Likewise.
    
    include/
    	* ctf-api.h (ctf_func_info): New.
    	(ctf_func_args): Likewise.
    	(ctf_lookup_by_symbol): Likewise.
    	(ctf_lookup_by_symbol): Likewise.
    	(ctf_lookup_variable): Likewise.

commit 316afdb130346e44622229793d1fb8d391059f8d
Author: Nick Alcock <nick.alcock@oracle.com>
Date:   Wed Apr 24 11:03:37 2019 +0100

    libctf: core type lookup
    
    Finally we get to the functions used to actually look up and enumerate
    properties of types in a container (names, sizes, members, what type a
    pointer or cv-qual references, determination of whether two types are
    assignment-compatible, etc).
    
    With a very few exceptions these do not work for types newly added via
    ctf_add_*(): they only work on types in read-only containers, or types
    added before the most recent call to ctf_update().
    
    This also adds support for lookup of "variables" (string -> type ID
    mappings) and for generation of C type names corresponding to a type ID.
    
    libctf/
    	* ctf-decl.c: New file.
    	* ctf-types.c: Likewise.
    	* ctf-impl.h: New declarations.
    
    include/
    	* ctf-api.h (ctf_visit_f): New definition.
    	(ctf_member_f): Likewise.
    	(ctf_enum_f): Likewise.
    	(ctf_variable_f): Likewise.
    	(ctf_type_f): Likewise.
    	(ctf_type_isparent): Likewise.
    	(ctf_type_ischild): Likewise.
    	(ctf_type_resolve): Likewise.
    	(ctf_type_aname): Likewise.
    	(ctf_type_lname): Likewise.
    	(ctf_type_name): Likewise.
    	(ctf_type_sizee): Likewise.
    	(ctf_type_align): Likewise.
    	(ctf_type_kind): Likewise.
    	(ctf_type_reference): Likewise.
    	(ctf_type_pointer): Likewise.
    	(ctf_type_encoding): Likewise.
    	(ctf_type_visit): Likewise.
    	(ctf_type_cmp): Likewise.
    	(ctf_type_compat): Likewise.
    	(ctf_member_info): Likewise.
    	(ctf_array_info): Likewise.
    	(ctf_enum_name): Likewise.
    	(ctf_enum_value): Likewise.
    	(ctf_member_iter): Likewise.
    	(ctf_enum_iter): Likewise.
    	(ctf_type_iter): Likewise.
    	(ctf_variable_iter): Likewise.

commit 143dce8481f09f60704ab52b98cf8fe6d8b29fc9
Author: Nick Alcock <nick.alcock@oracle.com>
Date:   Wed Apr 24 10:46:39 2019 +0100

    libctf: ELF file opening via BFD
    
    These functions let you open an ELF file with a customarily-named CTF
    section in it, automatically opening the CTF file or archive and
    associating the symbol and string tables in the ELF file with the CTF
    container, so that you can look up the types of symbols in the ELF file
    via ctf_lookup_by_symbol(), and so that strings can be shared between
    the ELF file and CTF container, to save space.
    
    It uses BFD machinery to do so.  This has now been lightly tested and
    seems to work.  In particular, if you already have a bfd you can pass
    it in to ctf_bfdopen(), and if you want a bfd made for you you can
    call ctf_open() or ctf_fdopen(), optionally specifying a target (or
    try once without a target and then again with one if you get
    ECTF_BFD_AMBIGUOUS back).
    
    We use a forward declaration for the struct bfd in ctf-api.h, so that
    ctf-api.h users are not required to pull in <bfd.h>.  (This is mostly
    for the sake of readelf.)
    
    libctf/
    	* ctf-open-bfd.c: New file.
    	* ctf-open.c (ctf_close): New.
    	* ctf-impl.h: Include bfd.h.
    	(ctf_file): New members ctf_data_mmapped, ctf_data_mmapped_len.
    	(ctf_archive_internal): New members ctfi_abfd, ctfi_data,
    	ctfi_bfd_close.
    	(ctf_bfdopen_ctfsect): New declaration.
    	(_CTF_SECTION): likewise.
    
    include/
    	* ctf-api.h (struct bfd): New forward.
    	(ctf_fdopen): New.
    	(ctf_bfdopen): Likewise.
    	(ctf_open): Likewise.
    	(ctf_arc_open): Likewise.

commit 9402cc593f4aa54677203efa9a92c4f28d3033eb
Author: Nick Alcock <nick.alcock@oracle.com>
Date:   Wed Apr 24 11:30:17 2019 +0100

    libctf: mmappable archives
    
    If you need to store a large number of CTF containers somewhere, this
    provides a dedicated facility for doing so: an mmappable archive format
    like a very simple tar or ar without all the system-dependent format
    horrors or need for heavy file copying, with built-in compression of
    files above a particular size threshold.
    
    libctf automatically mmap()s uncompressed elements of these archives, or
    uncompresses them, as needed.  (If the platform does not support mmap(),
    copying into dynamically-allocated buffers is used.)
    
    Archive iteration operations are partitioned into raw and non-raw
    forms. Raw operations pass thhe raw archive contents to the callback:
    non-raw forms open each member with ctf_bufopen() and pass the resulting
    ctf_file_t to the iterator instead.  This lets you manipulate the raw
    data in the archive, or the contents interpreted as a CTF file, as
    needed.
    
    It is not yet known whether we will store CTF archives in a linked ELF
    object in one of these (akin to debugdata) or whether they'll get one
    section per TU plus one parent container for types shared between them.
    (In the case of ELF objects with very large numbers of TUs, an archive
    of all of them would seem preferable, so we might just use an archive,
    and add lzma support so you can assume that .gnu_debugdata and .ctf are
    compressed using the same algorithm if both are present.)
    
    To make usage easier, the ctf_archive_t is not the on-disk
    representation but an abstraction over both ctf_file_t's and archives of
    many ctf_file_t's: users see both CTF archives and raw CTF files as
    ctf_archive_t's upon opening, the only difference being that a raw CTF
    file has only a single "archive member", named ".ctf" (the default if a
    null pointer is passed in as the name).  The next commit will make use
    of this facility, in addition to providing the public interface to
    actually open archives.  (In the future, it should be possible to have
    all CTF sections in an ELF file appear as an "archive" in the same
    fashion.)
    
    This machinery is also used to allow library-internal creators of
    ctf_archive_t's (such as the next commit) to stash away an ELF string
    and symbol table, so that all opens of members in a given archive will
    use them.  This lets CTF archives exploit the ELF string and symbol
    table just like raw CTF files can.
    
    (All this leads to somewhat confusing type naming.  The ctf_archive_t is
    a typedef for the opaque internal type, struct ctf_archive_internal: the
    non-internal "struct ctf_archive" is the on-disk structure meant for
    other libraries manipulating CTF files.  It is probably clearest to use
    the struct name for struct ctf_archive_internal inside the program, and
    the typedef names outside.)
    
    libctf/
    	* ctf-archive.c: New.
    	* ctf-impl.h (ctf_archive_internal): New type.
    	(ctf_arc_open_internal): New declaration.
    	(ctf_arc_bufopen): Likewise.
    	(ctf_arc_close_internal): Likewise.
    include/
    	* ctf.h (CTFA_MAGIC): New.
    	(struct ctf_archive): New.
    	(struct ctf_archive_modent): Likewise.
    	* ctf-api.h (ctf_archive_member_f): New.
    	(ctf_archive_raw_member_f): Likewise.
    	(ctf_arc_write): Likewise.
    	(ctf_arc_close): Likewise.
    	(ctf_arc_open_by_name): Likewise.
    	(ctf_archive_iter): Likewise.
    	(ctf_archive_raw_iter): Likewise.
    	(ctf_get_arc): Likewise.

commit 72f3392127e1892cb203a98092b4ae32485365fe
Author: Nick Alcock <nick.alcock@oracle.com>
Date:   Wed Apr 24 10:17:13 2019 +0100

    libctf: opening
    
    This fills in the other half of the opening/creation puzzle: opening of
    already-existing CTF files.  Such files are always read-only: if you
    want to add to a CTF file opened with one of the opening functions in
    this file, use ctf_add_type(), in a later commit, to copy appropriate
    types into a newly ctf_create()d, writable container.
    
    The lowest-level opening functions are in here: ctf_bufopen(), which
    takes ctf_sect_t structures akin to ELF section headers, and
    ctf_simple_open(), which can be used if you don't have an entire ELF
    section header to work from.  Both will malloc() new space for the
    buffers only if necessary, will mmap() directly from the file if
    requested, and will mprotect() it afterwards to prevent accidental
    corruption of the types. These functions are also used by ctf_update()
    when converting types in a writable container into read-only types that
    can be looked up using the lookup functions (in later commits).
    
    The files are always of the native endianness of the system that created
    them: at read time, the endianness of the header magic number is used to
    determine whether or not the file needs byte-swapping, and the entire
    thing is aggressively byte-swapped.
    
    The agggressive nature of this swapping avoids complicating the rest of
    the code with endianness conversions, while the native endianness
    introduces no byte-swapping overhead in the common case. (The
    endianness-independence code is also much newer than everything else in
    this file, and deserves closer scrutiny.)
    
    The accessors at the top of the file are there to transparently support
    older versions of the CTF file format, allowing translation from older
    formats that have different sizes for the structures in ctf.h:
    currently, these older formats are intermingled with the newer ones in
    ctf.h: they will probably migrate to a compatibility header in time, to
    ease readability.  The ctf_set_base() function is split out for the same
    reason: when conversion code to a newer format is written, it would need
    to malloc() new storage for the entire ctf_file_t if a file format
    change causes it to grow, and for that we need ctf_set_base() to be a
    separate function.
    
    One pair of linked data structures supported by this file has no
    creation code in libctf yet: the data and function object sections read
    by init_symtab(). These will probably arrive soon, when the linker comes
    to need them. (init_symtab() has hardly been changed since 2009, but if
    any code in libctf has rotted over time, this will.)
    
    A few simple accessors are also present that can even be called on
    read-only containers because they don't actually modify them, since the
    relevant things are not stored in the container but merely change its
    operation: ctf_setmodel(), which lets you specify whether a container is
    LP64 or not (used to statically determine the sizes of a few types),
    ctf_import(), which is the only way to associate a parent container with
    a child container, and ctf_setspecific(), which lets the caller
    associate an arbitrary pointer with the CTF container for any use. If
    the user doesn't call these functions correctly, libctf will misbehave:
    this is particularly important for ctf_import(), since a container built
    against a given parent container will not be able to resolve types that
    depend on types in the parent unless it is ctf_import()ed with a parent
    container with the same set of types at the same IDs, or a superset.
    
    Possible future extensions (also noted in the ctf-hash.c file) include
    storing a count of things so that we don't need to do one pass over the
    CTF file counting everything, and computing a perfect hash at CTF
    creation time in some compact form, storing it in the CTF file, and
    using it to hash things so we don't need to do a second pass over the
    entire CTF file to set up the hashes used to go from names to type IDs.
    (There are multiple such hashes, one for each C type namespace: types,
    enums, structs, and unions.)
    
    libctf/
    	* ctf-open.c: New file.
    	* swap.h: Likewise.
    include/
    	* ctf-api.h (ctf_file_close): New declaration.
    	(ctf_getdatasect): Likewise.
    	(ctf_parent_file): Likewise.
    	(ctf_parent_name): Likewise.
    	(ctf_parent_name_set): Likewise.
    	(ctf_import): Likewise.
    	(ctf_setmodel): Likewise.
    	(ctf_getmodel): Likewise.
    	(ctf_setspecific): Likewise.
    	(ctf_getspecific): Likewise.

commit 47d546f427d0d3bf9f503b5b118ae05b49d73d28
Author: Nick Alcock <nick.alcock@oracle.com>
Date:   Tue Apr 23 22:45:46 2019 +0100

    libctf: creation functions
    
    The CTF creation process looks roughly like (error handling elided):
    
    int err;
    ctf_file_t *foo = ctf_create (&err);
    
    ctf_id_t type = ctf_add_THING (foo, ...);
    ctf_update (foo);
    ctf_*write (...);
    
    Some ctf_add_THING functions accept other type IDs as arguments,
    depending on the type: cv-quals, pointers, and structure and union
    members all take other types as arguments.  So do 'slices', which
    let you take an existing integral type and recast it as a type
    with a different bitness or offset within a byte, for bitfields.
    One class of THING is not a type: "variables", which are mappings
    of names (in the internal string table) to types.  These are mostly
    useful when encoding variables that do not appear in a symbol table
    but which some external user has some other way to figure out the
    address of at runtime (dynamic symbol lookup or querying a VM
    interpreter or something).
    
    You can snapshot the creation process at any point: rolling back to a
    snapshot deletes all types and variables added since that point.
    
    You can make arbitrary type queries on the CTF container during the
    creation process, but you must call ctf_update() first, which
    translates the growing dynamic container into a static one (this uses
    the CTF opening machinery, added in a later commit), which is quite
    expensive.  This function must also be called after adding types
    and before writing the container out.
    
    Because addition of types involves looking up existing types, we add a
    little of the type lookup machinery here, as well: only enough to
    look up types in dynamic containers under construction.
    
    libctf/
    	* ctf-create.c: New file.
    	* ctf-lookup.c: New file.
    
    include/
    	* ctf-api.h (zlib.h): New include.
    	(ctf_sect_t): New.
    	(ctf_sect_names_t): Likewise.
    	(ctf_encoding_t): Likewise.
    	(ctf_membinfo_t): Likewise.
    	(ctf_arinfo_t): Likewise.
    	(ctf_funcinfo_t): Likewise.
    	(ctf_lblinfo_t): Likewise.
    	(ctf_snapshot_id_t): Likewise.
    	(CTF_FUNC_VARARG): Likewise.
    	(ctf_simple_open): Likewise.
    	(ctf_bufopen): Likewise.
    	(ctf_create): Likewise.
    	(ctf_add_array): Likewise.
    	(ctf_add_const): Likewise.
    	(ctf_add_enum_encoded): Likewise.
    	(ctf_add_enum): Likewise.
    	(ctf_add_float): Likewise.
    	(ctf_add_forward): Likewise.
    	(ctf_add_function): Likewise.
    	(ctf_add_integer): Likewise.
    	(ctf_add_slice): Likewise.
    	(ctf_add_pointer): Likewise.
    	(ctf_add_type): Likewise.
    	(ctf_add_typedef): Likewise.
    	(ctf_add_restrict): Likewise.
    	(ctf_add_struct): Likewise.
    	(ctf_add_union): Likewise.
    	(ctf_add_struct_sized): Likewise.
    	(ctf_add_union_sized): Likewise.
    	(ctf_add_volatile): Likewise.
    	(ctf_add_enumerator): Likewise.
    	(ctf_add_member): Likewise.
    	(ctf_add_member_offset): Likewise.
    	(ctf_add_member_encoded): Likewise.
    	(ctf_add_variable): Likewise.
    	(ctf_set_array): Likewise.
    	(ctf_update): Likewise.
    	(ctf_snapshot): Likewise.
    	(ctf_rollback): Likewise.
    	(ctf_discard): Likewise.
    	(ctf_write): Likewise.
    	(ctf_gzwrite): Likewise.
    	(ctf_compress_write): Likewise.

commit a5be9bbe896d4adb6077e9bb2ebcaaa4426bdde1
Author: Nick Alcock <nick.alcock@oracle.com>
Date:   Tue Apr 23 22:24:13 2019 +0100

    libctf: implementation definitions related to file creation
    
    We now enter a series of commits that are sufficiently tangled that
    avoiding forward definitions is almost impossible: no attempt is made to
    make individual commits compilable (which is why the build system does
    not reference any of them yet): the only important thing is that they
    should form something like conceptual groups.
    
    But first, some definitions, including the core ctf_file_t itself.  Uses
    of these definitions will be introduced in later commits.
    
    libctf/
    	* ctf-impl.h: New definitions and declarations for type creation
    	and lookup.

commit c0754cdd9af6d8259eac5c9daad9f9b0611358dd
Author: Nick Alcock <nick.alcock@oracle.com>
Date:   Tue Apr 23 22:12:16 2019 +0100

    libctf: hashing
    
    libctf maintains two distinct hash ADTs, one (ctf_dynhash) for wrapping
    dynamically-generated unknown-sized hashes during CTF file construction,
    one (ctf_hash) for wrapping unchanging hashes whose size is known at
    creation time for reading CTF files that were previously created.
    
    In the binutils implementation, these are both fairly thin wrappers
    around libiberty hashtab.
    
    Unusually, this code is not kept synchronized with libdtrace-ctf,
    due to its dependence on libiberty hashtab.
    
    libctf/
    	* ctf-hash.c: New file.
    	* ctf-impl.h: New declarations.

commit 479604f44fc1eaa02a97ebcc1b60f55a606c4046
Author: Nick Alcock <nick.alcock@oracle.com>
Date:   Tue Apr 23 22:05:52 2019 +0100

    libctf: error handling
    
    CTF functions return zero on success or an extended errno value which
    can be translated into a string via the functions in this commit.
    
    The errno numbers start at -CTF_BASE.
    
    libctf/
    	* ctf-error.c: New file.
    
    include/
    	* ctf-api.h (ctf_errno): New declaration.
    	(ctf_errmsg): Likewise.

commit 94585e7f93c9477bcf2835d8245e967053ce2b41
Author: Nick Alcock <nick.alcock@oracle.com>
Date:   Tue Apr 23 21:45:30 2019 +0100

    libctf: low-level list manipulation and helper utilities
    
    These utilities are a bit of a ragbag of small things needed by more
    than one TU: list manipulation, ELF32->64 translators, routines to look
    up strings in string tables, dynamically-allocated string appenders, and
    routines to set the specialized errno values previously committed in
    <ctf-api.h>.
    
    We do still need to dig around in raw ELF symbol tables in places,
    because libctf allows the caller to pass in the contents of string and
    symbol sections without telling it where they come from, so we cannot
    use BFD to get the symbols (BFD reasonably demands the entire file).  So
    extract minimal ELF definitions from glibc into a private header named
    libctf/elf.h: later, we use those to get symbols.  (The start-of-
    copyright range on elf.h reflects this glibc heritage.)
    
    libctf/
    	* ctf-util.c: New file.
    	* elf.h: Likewise.
    	* ctf-impl.h: Include it, and add declarations.

commit 60da9d955964759b1f52690bff587ad32a198507
Author: Nick Alcock <nick.alcock@oracle.com>
Date:   Tue Apr 23 18:55:27 2019 +0100

    libctf: lowest-level memory allocation and debug-dumping wrappers
    
    The memory-allocation wrappers are simple things to allow malloc
    interposition: they are only used inconsistently at present, usually
    where malloc debugging was required in the past.
    
    These provide a default implementation that is environment-variable
    triggered (initialized on the first call to the libctf creation and
    file-opening functions, the first functions people will use), and
    a ctf_setdebug()/ctf_getdebug() pair that allows the caller to
    explicitly turn debugging off and on.  If ctf_setdebug() is called,
    the automatic setting from an environment variable is skipped.
    
    libctf/
    	* ctf-impl.h: New file.
    	* ctf-subr.c: New file.
    
    include/
    	* ctf-api.h (ctf_setdebug): New.
    	(ctf_getdebug): Likewise.

commit 2e94b05630514109994abb77ee2dae730f17c263
Author: Nick Alcock <nick.alcock@oracle.com>
Date:   Tue Apr 23 18:42:34 2019 +0100

    include: new header ctf-api.h
    
    This non-installed header is the means by which libctf consumers
    communicate with libctf.
    
    This header will be extended in subsequent commits.
    
    include/
    	* ctf-api.h: New file.

commit fceac76e64b998c9b66a229134a9ead25209e095
Author: Nick Alcock <nick.alcock@oracle.com>
Date:   Tue Apr 23 18:02:25 2019 +0100

    include: new header ctf.h: file format description
    
    The data structures and macros in this header can be used, if desired,
    to access or create CTF files directly, without going through libctf,
    though this should rarely be necessary in practice.
    
    libctf relies on this header as its description of the CTF file format.
    
    include/
    	* ctf.h: New file.

commit eabf307f1d77b952dd76f2618e4e6f72d87e5d10
Author: Alan Modra <amodra@gmail.com>
Date:   Tue May 28 20:12:32 2019 +0930

    PE linker segmentation fault with MALLOC_PERTURB_=1
    
    	PR 24596
    	* emultempl/pe.em (gld_${EMULATION_NAME}_after_open): Check that
    	the output is coff before accessing coff tdata.
    	* emultempl/pep.em (gld_${EMULATION_NAME}_after_open): Likewise.

commit 65f381e729bedb933f3e1376e7f53f0ff63ac9a8
Author: Szabolcs Nagy <szabolcs.nagy@arm.com>
Date:   Tue May 28 11:48:08 2019 +0100

    aarch64: fix variant_pcs ld tests
    
    Force sysv hash style for reliable symbol table layout.
    
    ld/ChangeLog:
    
    	* testsuite/ld-aarch64/variant_pcs-now.d: Use --hash-style=sysv.
    	* testsuite/ld-aarch64/variant_pcs-shared.d: Likewise.

commit 766f883622ef008230250aa5aecef9fb9b29f233
Author: Alan Hayward <alan.hayward@arm.com>
Date:   Tue May 28 10:07:54 2019 +0100

    Suppress SIGTTOU when handling errors
    
    Calls to error () can cause SIGTTOU to send gdb to the background.
    
    For example, on an Arm build:
      (gdb) b main
      Breakpoint 1 at 0x10774: file /build/gdb/testsuite/../../../src/binutils-gdb/gdb/testsuite/gdb.base/watchpoint.c, line 174.
      (gdb) r
      Starting program: /build/gdb/testsuite/outputs/gdb.base/watchpoint/watchpoint
    
      [1]+  Stopped                 ../gdb ./outputs/gdb.base/watchpoint/watchpoint
      localhost$ fg
      ../gdb ./outputs/gdb.base/watchpoint/watchpoint
      Cannot parse expression `.L1199 4@r4'.
      warning: Probes-based dynamic linker interface failed.
      Reverting to original interface.
    
    The SIGTTOU is raised whilst inside a syscall during the call to tcdrain.
    Fix is to use scoped_ignore_sigttou to ensure SIGTTOU is blocked.
    
    In addition fix include comments - job_control is not included via terminal.h
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    
    	* event-top.c: Remove include comment.
    	* inflow.c (class scoped_ignore_sigttou): Move from here...
    	* inflow.h (class scoped_ignore_sigttou): ...to here.
    	* ser-unix.c (hardwire_drain_output): Block SIGTTOU during drain.
    	* top.c:  Remove include comment.

commit 0f4a61b42002f568473f821f00dd240413beadd0
Author: Alan Modra <amodra@gmail.com>
Date:   Tue May 28 17:52:42 2019 +0930

    COFF linker segmentation faults
    
    A plugin can change the element, so call the generic
    bfd_link_add_symbols.
    
    	PR 24596
    	* cofflink.c (coff_link_check_archive_element): Don't assume
    	element is a coff object file after calling add_archive_element.

commit 94667ab146a0c94f87f3d9aa7d1c819663b28338
Author: Alan Modra <amodra@gmail.com>
Date:   Tue May 28 15:54:15 2019 +0930

    Microblaze linker segmentation fault
    
    	PR 24596
    	* elf32-microblaze.c (microblaze_elf_finish_dynamic_sections): Don't
    	attempt to set sh_entsize for excluded PLT section.

commit 28fbeab8064f97ca5fe1a851fdc4146b7aed8863
Author: Alan Modra <amodra@gmail.com>
Date:   Tue May 28 15:06:47 2019 +0930

    Alpha-linux linker segmentation fault
    
    This patch cures a linker segfault, and "FAIL: Build pr22263-1".
    
    	PR 24596
    	* elf64-alpha.c (elf64_alpha_relocate_section): Don't attempt
    	to emit R_ALPHA_GOTTPREL in PIEs, for which no space is
    	allocated in alpha_dynamic_entries_for_reloc.

commit a0f6fd217fa53ab80a335fb69f12f1f28ac3335a
Author: Alan Modra <amodra@gmail.com>
Date:   Tue May 28 14:34:37 2019 +0930

    LM32 linker segmentation faults
    
    	PR 24596
    	* elf32-lm32.c (lm32_elf_finish_dynamic_sections): Don't segfault
    	on NULL output_section.
    	* elflink.c (elf_final_link_free): Don't free -1 symshndxbuf.

commit c83004d526c9f5e203926a979d405f7b720b9ede
Author: Alan Modra <amodra@gmail.com>
Date:   Tue May 28 11:49:30 2019 +0930

    m68k linker segmentation faults
    
    This doesn't fix the underlying bug, but an abort is better than a
    segfault.
    
    	PR 24596
    	* elf32-m68k.c (elf_m68k_get_got_entry): Don't create a new
    	entry when MUST_FIND.  Abort when MUST_FIND not found.
    	(elf_m68k_get_bfd2got_entry): Likewise.
    	(elf_m68k_relocate_section): Remove now useless assert.

commit 586338b839d3f65d22eb3baef41f7395974f1f11
Author: Alan Modra <amodra@gmail.com>
Date:   Tue May 28 08:41:56 2019 +0930

    HPPA64 linker segmentation faults
    
    One of the ld tests produces:
    failed with: <Segmentation fault>, no expected output
    FAIL: Discarded dynamic relocation section
    
    This patch cures the segv.  (The test still fails with ld producing
    a really messed up output, DT_RELA at address 0!)
    
    	PR 24596
    	* elf64-hppa.c (elf64_hppa_finalize_dynreloc): Get the output bfd
    	from bfd_link_info, not an output section owner.
    	(elf64_hppa_finish_dynamic_symbol, elf64_hppa_finalize_opd): Likewise.
    	(elf_hppa_final_link_relocate): Likewise.

commit a7b34aba62ce347b4e64ca197a5c8b997e3b72df
Author: Alan Modra <amodra@gmail.com>
Date:   Mon May 27 20:00:11 2019 +0930

    Obsolete tic30-aout, and linker segmentation faults
    
    See also the FIXME.  tic30-aout linker support is so bad (and has been
    that way since the initial tic30-aout commit) that I'm obsoleting the
    target.  This patch fixes numerous linker testsuite segmentation faults.
    
    	PR 24596
    	* aout-tic30.c (MY_bfd_final_link): Don't segfault on missing
    	create_object_symbols_section, obj_textsec, obj_datasec or
    	obj_bsssec.  Fix other errors in placement.
    	* config.bfd: Obsolete tic30-aout.

commit 0eb32b6e1dee07ac199b4bba855205e4de099213
Author: Alan Modra <amodra@gmail.com>
Date:   Mon May 27 15:38:55 2019 +0930

    XCOFF linker segmentation fault
    
    The XCOFF linker temporarily trims the output bfd section list,
    without adjusting section_count to suit.  This is a little rude, but
    the dwarf line number code can easily cope with this situation.  So
    check for a NULL end of list as well as limiting the saved section
    VMAs to the first section_count list entries.
    
    Also fixes
    -FAIL: Weak test 3 (main, static) (32-bit)
    -FAIL: Weak test 3 (main, static) (64-bit)
    
    	PR 24596
    	* dwarf2.c (save_section_vma, section_vma_same): Check for NULL
    	end of section list as well as section_count.
    	* xcofflink.c (xcoff_link_add_symbols): Fix temporarily changed
    	section list before returning error.

commit 58db964680f0f17197849a714c30430deafb8bc7
Author: GDB Administrator <gdbadmin@sourceware.org>
Date:   Tue May 28 00:00:15 2019 +0000

    Automatic date update in version.in

commit eb41253a15e2c976869ba1b1f0c3c0e60065fd4f
Author: Tom Tromey <tom@tromey.com>
Date:   Mon May 27 14:53:12 2019 -0600

    Fix typo in gdb/NEWS
    
    I noticed a typo in gdb/NEWS.  This fixes it.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-05-27  Tom Tromey  <tom@tromey.com>
    
    	* NEWS: Fix typo.

commit 5f63875b309f3ae9854ac8a12470111b794a70a2
Author: Alan Modra <amodra@gmail.com>
Date:   Mon May 27 11:37:51 2019 +0930

    Fix failure on powerpc 32-bit only targets
    
    Targets that lack ppc64 support were failing the new prefix-reloc
    test.  This patch adds some test infrastructure to deal with that, and
    changes the powerpc gas usage info so that "-a64" is omitted when
    unsupported.
    
    I've been meaning to break up the usage message for a long time;
    While doing so causes translators some work now, it should make it
    easier next time a new powerpc option is added.
    
    	* config/tc-ppc.c (is_ppc64_target): New function.
    	(md_show_usage): Split up usage message.  Don't show -a64 when
    	unsupported.
    	testsuite/gas/ppc/ppc.exp (supports_ppc64): New.
    	(prefix-reloc): Only run for ppc64.

commit 61dd8e19a8b43037125d4a767f27e98e9181521b
Author: Alan Modra <amodra@gmail.com>
Date:   Mon May 27 10:37:37 2019 +0930

    readelf group errors/warnings
    
    I noticed that one of the readelf errors stopped processing of further
    group sections.  This patch makes readelf continue on to other groups,
    like it does with the other errors.
    
    	* readelf.c (process_section_groups): Continue processing groups
    	when sh_entsize exceeds group size.

commit ce5aecf87372749a5ec511f218956756aa185d0f
Author: Alan Modra <amodra@gmail.com>
Date:   Mon May 27 10:29:22 2019 +0930

    Another generic ELF target assertion failure
    
    After fixing the ld-elf/pr22836-1a segmentation fault we run into an
    assertion failure due to the generic ELF target not removing empty
    SHT_GROUP sections.  Avoid that.
    
    	* elf.c (bfd_elf_set_group_contents): Exit on zero size section.

commit 3d7d6a6ff4678685f86976f08ab4c9c639e262e1
Author: Alan Modra <amodra@gmail.com>
Date:   Mon May 27 09:38:42 2019 +0930

    Generic ELF target group signature symbol
    
    Even though the generic ELF target doesn't handle groups correctly,
    this helps avoid a segfault in bfd_elf_set_group_contents seen on
    d30v-elf, dlx-elf, pj-elf, and xgate-elf when linking the pr22836
    testcase.
    
    	PR 24596
    bfd/
    	* linker.c (_bfd_generic_link_output_symbols): Heed BSF_KEEP.
    ld/
    	* emultempl/genelf.em (gld${EMULATION_NAME}_after_open): Set
    	BFS_KEEP on group signature symbol.

commit d5b7ce35a19350969b609c56a8bfff17f91cca20
Author: GDB Administrator <gdbadmin@sourceware.org>
Date:   Mon May 27 00:00:12 2019 +0000

    Automatic date update in version.in

commit 5b6d4fc74b505850a7849175a800b55aea4d9363
Author: GDB Administrator <gdbadmin@sourceware.org>
Date:   Sun May 26 00:01:00 2019 +0000

    Automatic date update in version.in

commit b3811e90dc878d2a23737d20c6d55a972e5b0fd6
Author: GDB Administrator <gdbadmin@sourceware.org>
Date:   Sat May 25 00:00:20 2019 +0000

    Automatic date update in version.in

commit 823710d5856996d1f54f04ecb2f7647aeae99b5b
Author: Szabolcs Nagy <szabolcs.nagy@arm.com>
Date:   Thu Apr 25 15:07:14 2019 +0100

    aarch64: handle STO_AARCH64_VARIANT_PCS in bfd
    
    Propagate STO_AARCH64_VARIANT_PCS st_other attribute to the output and
    add DT_AARCH64_VARIANT_PCS dynamic tag if necessary.
    
    Mismatching attributes are not diagnosed.
    
    bfd/ChangeLog:
    
    	* elfnn-aarch64.c (elfNN_aarch64_merge_symbol_attribute): New function.
    	(struct elf_aarch64_link_hash_table): Add variant_pcs member.
    	(elfNN_aarch64_allocate_dynrelocs): Update variant_pcs.
    	(elfNN_aarch64_size_dynamic_sections): Add DT_AARCH64_VARIANT_PCS.
    	(elf_backend_merge_symbol_attribute): Define.
    
    ld/ChangeLog:
    
    	* testsuite/ld-aarch64/aarch64-elf.exp: Add new tests.
    	* testsuite/ld-aarch64/variant_pcs-1.s: New asm for tests.
    	* testsuite/ld-aarch64/variant_pcs-2.s: New asm for tests.
    	* testsuite/ld-aarch64/variant_pcs-now.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/ld-aarch64/variant_pcs-r.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/ld-aarch64/variant_pcs-shared.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/ld-aarch64/variant_pcs.ld: New linker script for tests.

commit 0b4eac57c44ec4c9e13f5201b40936c3b3e6c639
Author: Szabolcs Nagy <szabolcs.nagy@arm.com>
Date:   Thu Apr 25 15:07:10 2019 +0100

    aarch64: override default elf .set handling in gas
    
    Allow st_other values such as STO_AARCH64_VARIANT_PCS to be set for alias
    symbols independently.  This is needed for ifunc symbols which are
    aliased to the resolver using .set and don't expect resolver attributes
    to override the ifunc symbol attributes.  This means .variant_pcs must be
    added explicitly to aliases.
    
    gas/ChangeLog:
    
    	* config/tc-aarch64.c (aarch64_elf_copy_symbol_attributes): Define.
    	* config/tc-aarch64.h (aarch64_elf_copy_symbol_attributes): Declare.
    	(OBJ_COPY_SYMBOL_ATTRIBUTES): Define.
    	* testsuite/gas/aarch64/symbol-variant_pcs-3.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/aarch64/symbol-variant_pcs-3.s: New test.

commit f166ae0188dcb89c5ae925034260a708a254ab2f
Author: Szabolcs Nagy <szabolcs.nagy@arm.com>
Date:   Thu Apr 25 15:06:53 2019 +0100

    aarch64: handle .variant_pcs directive in gas
    
    In ELF objects the specified symbol is marked with STO_AARCH64_VARIANT_PCS.
    
    gas/ChangeLog:
    
    	* config/tc-aarch64.c (s_variant_pcs): New function.
    	* doc/c-aarch64.texi: Document .variant_pcs.
    	* testsuite/gas/aarch64/symbol-variant_pcs-1.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/aarch64/symbol-variant_pcs-1.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/aarch64/symbol-variant_pcs-2.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/aarch64/symbol-variant_pcs-2.s: New test.

commit 2301ed1c9af1316b4bad3747d2b03f7d44940f87
Author: Szabolcs Nagy <szabolcs.nagy@arm.com>
Date:   Thu Apr 25 13:46:01 2019 +0100

    aarch64: add STO_AARCH64_VARIANT_PCS and DT_AARCH64_VARIANT_PCS
    
    The bottom 2 bits of st_other are used for visibility, the top 6 bits are
    de facto reserved for processor specific use.  This patch defines a
    bits to mark function symbols that follow a variant procedure call standard
    with different register usage convention.
    
    A dynamic tag is also defined that marks modules with R_<CLS>_JUMP_SLOT
    relocations referencing symbols marked with STO_AARCH64_VARIANT_PCS.
    This can be used by dynamic linkers that support lazy binding to decide
    what registers need to be preserved during symbol resolution.
    
    binutils/ChangeLog:
    
    	* readelf.c (get_aarch64_dynamic_type): Handle DT_AARCH64_VARIANT_PCS.
    	(get_aarch64_symbol_other): New, handles STO_AARCH64_VARIANT_PCS.
    	(get_symbol_other): Call get_aarch64_symbol_other.
    
    include/ChangeLog:
    
    	* elf/aarch64.h (DT_AARCH64_VARIANT_PCS): Define.
    	(STO_AARCH64_VARIANT_PCS): Define.

commit 405b5bd86fbcfa9ad5e67e9cdc49dfcdaacf533c
Author: Alan Modra <amodra@gmail.com>
Date:   Fri May 24 23:09:56 2019 +0930

    Regen POTFILES for bpf
    
    bfd/
    	* po/SRC-POTFILES.in: Regenerate.
    gas/
    	* po/POTFILES.in: Regenerate.
    ld/
    	* po/BLD-POTFILES.in: Regenerate.
    opcodes/
    	* po/POTFILES.in: Regenerate.

commit 5a01c34c62ff9085a0f45ec2a43a38e7b455b23b
Author: Tom de Vries <tdevries@suse.de>
Date:   Fri May 24 14:25:33 2019 +0200

    [gdb/testsuite] Add test-case for gdb-add-index.sh
    
    Add a test-case gdb.dwarf2/gdb-add-index.exp to test
    gdb/contrib/gdb-add-index.sh.
    
    Tested with x86_64-linux.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog:
    
    2019-05-24  Tom de Vries  <tdevries@suse.de>
    
    	* gdb.dwarf2/gdb-add-index.exp: New file.

commit 04bdff6a76b863e61ee46375dd7cdc9adfb75540
Author: Alan Modra <amodra@gmail.com>
Date:   Thu Aug 9 22:53:00 2018 +0930

    PowerPC notoc linkage stubs
    
    Use pcrel addressing instructions in linkage stubs.
    
    bfd/
    	* elf64-ppc.c: Comment on powerxx _notoc stub variants.
    	(LI_R11_0, LIS_R11, ORI_R11_R11_0, SLDI_R11_R11_34): Define.
    	(PADDI_R12_PC, PLD_R12_PC, D34, HA34): Define.
    	(struct ppc_link_hash_table): Add powerxx_stubs.
    	(ppc64_elf_check_relocs): Set powerxx_stubs.
    	(build_powerxx_offset, size_powerxx_offset),
    	(num_relocs_for_powerxx_offset),
    	(emit_relocs_for_powerxx_offset): New functions.
    	(plt_stub_size): Size powerxx stubs.
    	(ppc_build_one_stub): Emit powerxx stubs.
    	(ppc_size_one_stub): Size powerxx stubs.  Omit .eh_frame for
    	powerxx stubs.
    ld/
    	* testsuite/ld-powerpc/notoc2.d,
    	* testsuite/ld-powerpc/notoc2.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/ld-powerpc/powerpc.exp: Run it.

commit 4a421c53cf609d68fe956c2e7270d34c0ab8500f
Author: Alan Modra <amodra@gmail.com>
Date:   Tue Apr 30 16:33:25 2019 +0930

    PowerPC GOT_PCREL34 optimisation
    
    bfd/
    	* elf64-ppc.c (ppc64_elf_check_relocs): Set has_gotrel for
    	R_PPC64_GOT_PCREL34.
    	(xlate_pcrel_opt): New function.
    	(ppc64_elf_edit_toc): Handle R_PPC64_GOT_PCREL34.
    	(ppc64_elf_relocate_section): Edit GOT indirect to GOT relative
    	for R_PPC64_GOT_PCREL34.  Implement R_PPC64_PCREL_OPT optimisation.
    ld/
    	* testsuite/ld-powerpc/pcrelopt.s,
    	* testsuite/ld-powerpc/pcrelopt.d,
    	* testsuite/ld-powerpc/pcrelopt.sec: New test.
    	* testsuite/ld-powerpc/powerpc.exp: Run it.

commit 5663e321848545857a690f30a780187e3366bd2d
Author: Alan Modra <amodra@gmail.com>
Date:   Wed Aug 29 14:22:34 2018 +0930

    PowerPC relocations for prefix insns
    
    include/
    	* elf/ppc64.h (R_PPC64_PLTSEQ_NOTOC, R_PPC64_PLTCALL_NOTOC),
    	(R_PPC64_PCREL_OPT, R_PPC64_D34, R_PPC64_D34_LO, R_PPC64_D34_HI30),
    	(R_PPC64_D34_HA30, R_PPC64_PCREL34, R_PPC64_GOT_PCREL34),
    	(R_PPC64_PLT_PCREL34, R_PPC64_PLT_PCREL34_NOTOC),
    	(R_PPC64_ADDR16_HIGHER34, R_PPC64_ADDR16_HIGHERA34),
    	(R_PPC64_ADDR16_HIGHEST34, R_PPC64_ADDR16_HIGHESTA34),
    	(R_PPC64_REL16_HIGHER34, R_PPC64_REL16_HIGHERA34),
    	(R_PPC64_REL16_HIGHEST34, R_PPC64_REL16_HIGHESTA34),
    	(R_PPC64_D28, R_PPC64_PCREL28): Define.
    bfd/
    	* reloc.c (BFD_RELOC_PPC64_D34, BFD_RELOC_PPC64_D34_LO),
    	(BFD_RELOC_PPC64_D34_HI30, BFD_RELOC_PPC64_D34_HA30),
    	(BFD_RELOC_PPC64_PCREL34, BFD_RELOC_PPC64_GOT_PCREL34),
    	(BFD_RELOC_PPC64_PLT_PCREL34),
    	(BFD_RELOC_PPC64_ADDR16_HIGHER34, BFD_RELOC_PPC64_ADDR16_HIGHERA34),
    	(BFD_RELOC_PPC64_ADDR16_HIGHEST34, BFD_RELOC_PPC64_ADDR16_HIGHESTA34),
    	(BFD_RELOC_PPC64_REL16_HIGHER34, BFD_RELOC_PPC64_REL16_HIGHERA34),
    	(BFD_RELOC_PPC64_REL16_HIGHEST34, BFD_RELOC_PPC64_REL16_HIGHESTA34),
    	(BFD_RELOC_PPC64_D28, BFD_RELOC_PPC64_PCREL28): New reloc enums.
    	* elf64-ppc.c (PNOP): Define.
    	(ppc64_elf_howto_raw): Add reloc howtos for new relocations.
    	(ppc64_elf_reloc_type_lookup): Translate new bfd reloc numbers.
    	(ppc64_elf_ha_reloc): Adjust addend for highera34 and highesta34
    	relocs.
    	(ppc64_elf_prefix_reloc): New function.
    	(struct ppc_link_hash_table): Add notoc_plt.
    	(is_branch_reloc): Add R_PPC64_PLTCALL_NOTOC.
    	(is_plt_seq_reloc): Add R_PPC64_PLT_PCREL34,
    	R_PPC64_PLT_PCREL34_NOTOC, and R_PPC64_PLTSEQ_NOTOC.
    	(ppc64_elf_check_relocs): Handle pcrel got and plt relocs.  Set
    	has_pltcall for section on seeing R_PPC64_PLTCALL_NOTOC.  Handle
    	possible need for dynamic relocs on non-pcrel powerxx relocs.
    	(dec_dynrel_count): Handle non-pcrel powerxx relocs.
    	(ppc64_elf_inline_plt): Handle R_PPC64_PLTCALL_NOTOC.
    	(toc_adjusting_stub_needed): Likewise.
    	(ppc64_elf_tls_optimize): Handle R_PPC64_PLTSEQ_NOTOC.
    	(ppc64_elf_relocate_section): Handle new powerxx relocs.
    	* bfd-in2.h: Regenerate.
    	* libbfd.h: Regenerate.
    gas/
    	* config/tc-ppc.c (ppc_elf_suffix): Support @pcrel, @got@pcrel,
    	@plt@pcrel, @higher34, @highera34, @highest34, and @highesta34.
    	(fixup_size): Handle new powerxx relocs.
    	(md_assemble): Warn for @pcrel on non-prefix insns.
    	Accept @l, @h and @ha on prefix insns, and infer reloc without
    	any @ suffix.  Translate powerxx relocs to suit DQ and DS field
    	instructions.  Include operand tests as well as opcode test to
    	translate BFD_RELOC_HI16_S to BFD_RELOC_PPC_16DX_HA.
    	(ppc_fix_adjustable): Return false for pcrel GOT and PLT relocs.
    	(md_apply_fix): Handle new powerxx relocs.
    	* config/tc-ppc.h (TC_FORCE_RELOCATION_SUB_LOCAL): Accept
    	BFD_RELOC_PPC64_ADDR16_HIGHER34, BFD_RELOC_PPC64_ADDR16_HIGHERA34,
    	BFD_RELOC_PPC64_ADDR16_HIGHEST34, BFD_RELOC_PPC64_ADDR16_HIGHESTA34,
    	BFD_RELOC_PPC64_D34, and BFD_RELOC_PPC64_D28.
    	* testsuite/gas/ppc/prefix-reloc.d,
    	* testsuite/gas/ppc/prefix-reloc.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/ppc/ppc.exp: Run it.

commit 8acf14351c818d956babe50e61711740f378c941
Author: Peter Bergner <bergner@linux.ibm.com>
Date:   Fri Jul 27 22:21:43 2018 -0500

    PowerPC D-form prefixed loads and stores
    
    opcodes/
    	* ppc-opc.c (insert_d34, extract_d34, insert_nsi34, extract_nsi34),
    	(insert_pcrel, extract_pcrel, extract_pcrel0): New functions.
    	(extract_esync, extract_raq, extract_tbr, extract_sxl): Comment.
    	(powerpc_operands <D34, SI34, NSI34, PRA0, PRAQ, PCREL, PCREL0,
    	XTOP>): Define and add entries.
    	(P8LS, PMLS, P_D_MASK, P_DRAPCREL_MASK): Define.
    	(prefix_opcodes): Add pli, paddi, pla, psubi, plwz, plbz, pstw,
    	pstb, plhz, plha, psth, plfs, plfd, pstfs, pstfd, plq, plxsd,
    	plxssp, pld, plwa, pstxsd, pstxssp, pstxv, pstd, and pstq.
    gas/
    	* config/tc-ppc.c (ppc_insert_operand): Only sign extend fields that
    	are 32-bits or smaller.
    	* messages.c (as_internal_value_out_of_range): Do not truncate
    	variables and use BFD_VMA_FMT to print them.
    	* testsuite/gas/ppc/prefix-pcrel.s,
    	* testsuite/gas/ppc/prefix-pcrel.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/ppc/ppc.exp: Run it.

commit dd7efa79151ed5a56caccfac870865764d922a2f
Author: Peter Bergner <bergner@linux.ibm.com>
Date:   Tue May 15 16:48:14 2018 -0500

    PowerPC add initial -mfuture instruction support
    
    This patch adds initial 64-bit insn assembler/disassembler support.
    The only instruction added is "pnop" along with the automatic aligning
    of prefix instruction so they do not cross 64-byte boundaries.
    
    include/
    	* dis-asm.h (WIDE_OUTPUT): Define.
    	* opcode/ppc.h (prefix_opcodes, prefix_num_opcodes): Declare.
    	(PPC_OPCODE_POWERXX, PPC_GET_PREFIX, PPC_GET_SUFFIX),
    	(PPC_PREFIX_P, PPC_PREFIX_SEG): Define.
    opcodes/
    	* ppc-dis.c (ppc_opts): Add "future" entry.
    	(PREFIX_OPCD_SEGS): Define.
    	(prefix_opcd_indices): New array.
    	(disassemble_init_powerpc): Initialize prefix_opcd_indices.
    	(lookup_prefix): New function.
    	(print_insn_powerpc): Handle 64-bit prefix instructions.
    	* ppc-opc.c (PREFIX_OP, PREFIX_FORM, SUFFIX_MASK, PREFIX_MASK),
    	(PMRR, POWERXX): Define.
    	(prefix_opcodes): New instruction table.
    	(prefix_num_opcodes): New constant.
    binutils/
    	* objdump.c (disassemble_bytes): Set WIDE_OUTPUT in flags.
    gas/
    	* config/tc-ppc.c (ppc_setup_opcodes): Handle prefix_opcodes.
    	(struct insn_label_list): New.
    	(insn_labels, free_insn_labels): New variables.
    	(ppc_record_label, ppc_clear_labels, ppc_start_line_hook): New funcs.
    	(ppc_frob_label, ppc_new_dot_label): Move functions earlier in file
    	and call ppc_record_label.
    	(md_assemble): Handle 64-bit prefix instructions.  Align labels
    	that are on the same line as a prefix instruction.
    	* config/tc-ppc.h (tc_frob_label, ppc_frob_label): Move to
    	later in the file.
    	(md_start_line_hook): Define.
    	(ppc_start_line_hook): Declare.
    	* testsuite/gas/ppc/prefix-align.d,
    	* testsuite/gas/ppc/prefix-align.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/ppc/ppc.exp: Run new test.

commit fcb36d746247a9f5e266afa65019129eee9273f2
Author: GDB Administrator <gdbadmin@sourceware.org>
Date:   Fri May 24 00:00:23 2019 +0000

    Automatic date update in version.in

commit 45d5293f6e098ff7e85a30554fcdc8c7f00db675
Author: Jose E. Marchesi <jose.marchesi@oracle.com>
Date:   Thu May 23 23:17:39 2019 +0200

    bfd: fix build with --enable-targets=all in 32-bit hosts
    
    This patch avoids for bpf_elf64_le_vec to be referenced in targmatch.h
    when building a BFD without BFD64, resulting in an undefined symbol.
    This was a regression introduced along with the BPF target.
    
    bfd/ChangeLog:
    
    2019-05-23  Jose E. Marchesi  <jose.marchesi@oracle.com>
    
    	* config.bfd (targ_cpu): Process bpf-*-none only if BFD64.
    	* configure.ac: Set target_size=64 for bpf_elf64_le_vec and
    	bpf_elf64_be_vec.
    	* configure: Regenerate.

commit 27830e0d383e4ed5e8d131c38f262d3fcc3eff25
Author: Jose E. Marchesi <jose.marchesi@oracle.com>
Date:   Thu May 23 19:07:07 2019 +0200

    binutils: add myself as the maintainer for BPF
    
    binutils/ChangeLog:
    
    2019-05-23  Jose E. Marchesi  <jose.marchesi@oracle.com>
    
    	* MAINTAINERS: Add myself as the maintainer for BPF.

commit aca4efc7a4fc42bac5b7b029c52cbb2a2bc2574b
Author: Jose E. Marchesi <jose.marchesi@oracle.com>
Date:   Thu May 23 19:06:17 2019 +0200

    binutils: add support for eBPF
    
    This patch adds support for ELF64 eBPF to readelf, and fixes a `nm'
    test to run properly in bpf-*-* targets.
    
    binutils/ChangeLog:
    
    2019-05-23  Jose E. Marchesi  <jose.marchesi@oracle.com>
    
    	* readelf.c: Include elf/bpf.h.
    	(guess_is_rela): Hanle EM_BPF.
    	(dump_relocations): Likewise.
    	(is_32bit_abs_reloc): Likewise.
    	* testsuite/binutils-all/nm.exp: Add bpf-*-* to the list of
    	ELF targets.

commit 8376927b2cc8b80cd5aa1e48aabafc85c0ad4f3e
Author: Jose E. Marchesi <jose.marchesi@oracle.com>
Date:   Thu May 23 19:05:42 2019 +0200

    ld: add support for eBPF
    
    This patch adds support to the linker for the Linux eBPF architecture.
    A minimal testsuite is included.
    
    ld/ChangeLog:
    
    2019-05-23  Jose E. Marchesi  <jose.marchesi@oracle.com>
    
    	* Makefile.am (ALL_64_EMULATION_SOURCES): Add eelf64bpf.c.
    	* Makefile.in (prefix): Regenerate.
    	* configure.tgt (targ_extra_ofiles): Add case for bpf-*-* targets.
    	* emulparams/elf64bpf.sh: New file.
    	* testsuite/lib/ld-lib.exp (check_gc_sections_available): Add
    	bpf-*-* to the list of targets not supporting gc-sections.
    	* testsuite/ld-bpf/bar.s: New file.
    	* testsuite/ld-bpf/jump-1.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-bpf/foo.s: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-bpf/call-1.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-bpf/bpf.exp: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-bpf/baz.s: Likewise.

commit f8861f5dc2391e0c46dd118370195e7730ec46ca
Author: Jose E. Marchesi <jose.marchesi@oracle.com>
Date:   Thu May 23 19:05:12 2019 +0200

    gas: add support for eBPF
    
    This patch adds a port for the Linux kernel eBPF to the GNU assembler.
    A testsuite and documentation updates are included.
    
    gas/ChangeLog:
    
    2019-05-23  Jose E. Marchesi  <jose.marchesi@oracle.com>
    
    	* configure.ac: Handle bpf-*-* targets.
    	* configure.tgt (generic_target): Likewise.
    	* configure: Regenerate.
    	* Makefile.am (TARGET_CPU_CFILES): Add tc-bpf.c.
    	(TARGET_CPU_HFILES): Add tc-bpf.h.
    	* Makefile.in: Regenerated.
    	* config/tc-bpf.c: New file.
    	* config/tc-bpf.h: Likewise.
    	* doc/Makefile.am (CPU_DOCS): Add c-bpf.texi.
    	* doc/Makefile.in: Regenerated.
    	* doc/all.texi: set BPF.
    	* doc/as.texi: Add eBPF contents.
    	* doc/c-bpf.texi: New file.
    	* testsuite/gas/bpf/alu.d: New file.
    	* testsuite/gas/bpf/mem-be.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/gas/bpf/mem.s: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/gas/bpf/mem.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/gas/bpf/lddw-be.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/gas/bpf/lddw.s: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/gas/bpf/lddw.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/gas/bpf/jump-be.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/gas/bpf/jump.s: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/gas/bpf/jump.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/gas/bpf/exit-be.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/gas/bpf/exit.s: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/gas/bpf/exit.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/gas/bpf/call-be.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/gas/bpf/call.s: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/gas/bpf/call.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/gas/bpf/bpf.exp: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/gas/bpf/atomic-be.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/gas/bpf/atomic.s: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/gas/bpf/atomic.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/gas/bpf/alu-be.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/gas/bpf/alu32-be.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/gas/bpf/alu32.s: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/gas/bpf/alu32.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/gas/bpf/alu.s: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/gas/all/gas.exp: Introduce a nop_type for eBPF.
    	* testsuite/gas/all/org-1.s: Support nop_type 6.
    	* testsuite/gas/all/org-1.l: Updated to reflect changes in
    	org-1.s.

commit 79472b45328232b083e897a511d4160a6dde0463
Author: Jose E. Marchesi <jose.marchesi@oracle.com>
Date:   Thu May 23 19:04:36 2019 +0200

    opcodes: add support for eBPF
    
    This patch adds support for the Linux kernel eBPF architecture to the
    opcodes.  The port is based on CGEN.
    
    opcodes/ChangeLog:
    
    2019-05-23  Jose E. Marchesi  <jose.marchesi@oracle.com>
    
    	* configure.ac (SHARED_DEPENDENCIES): Add case for bfd_bpf_arch.
    	* configure: Regenerated.
    	* Makefile.am: Add rules for the files generated from cpu/bpf.cpu
    	and cpu/bpf.opc.
    	(HFILES): Add bpf-desc.h and bpf-opc.h.
    	(TARGET_LIBOPCODES_CFILES): Add bpf-asm.c, bpf-desc.c, bpf-dis.c,
    	bpf-ibld.c and bpf-opc.c.
    	(BPF_DEPS): Define.
    	* Makefile.in: Regenerated.
    	* disassemble.c (ARCH_bpf): Define.
    	(disassembler): Add case for bfd_arch_bpf.
    	(disassemble_init_for_target): Likewise.
    	(enum epbf_isa_attr): Define.
    	* disassemble.h: extern print_insn_bpf.
    	* bpf-asm.c: Generated.
    	* bpf-opc.h: Likewise.
    	* bpf-opc.c: Likewise.
    	* bpf-ibld.c: Likewise.
    	* bpf-dis.c: Likewise.
    	* bpf-desc.h: Likewise.
    	* bpf-desc.c: Likewise.

commit ea195bb04cc5c964126aeff0f87d7161a03ca926
Author: Jose E. Marchesi <jose.marchesi@oracle.com>
Date:   Thu May 23 19:03:59 2019 +0200

    cpu: add eBPF cpu description
    
    This patch adds a CPU description for the Linux kernel eBPF virtual
    machine, plus supporting code for disassembler and assembler.
    
    cpu/ChangeLog:
    
    2019-05-23  Jose E. Marchesi  <jose.marchesi@oracle.com>
    
    	* bpf.cpu: New file.
    	* bpf.opc: Likewise.

commit fd0de36e274c8141a5dd4579cd04856dc88370da
Author: Jose E. Marchesi <jose.marchesi@oracle.com>
Date:   Thu May 23 19:33:41 2019 +0200

    bfd: add support for eBPF
    
    This patch adds support to BFD for elf64-bpf, in both little-endian
    and big-endian variants.
    
    bfd/ChangeLog:
    
    2019-05-23  Jose E. Marchesi  <jose.marchesi@oracle.com>
    
    	* configure.ac: Add bpf_elf64_le_vec and bpf_elf64_be_vec.
    	* configure: Regenerated.
    	* Makefile.am (ALL_MACHINES): Add cpu-bpf.lo.
    	(ALL_MACHINES_CFILES): Add cpu-bpf.c.
    	(BFD64_BACKENDS): Add elf64-bpf.lo.
    	(BFD64_BACKENDS_CFILES): Add elf64-bpf.c.
    	* Makefile.in (SOURCE_HFILES): Regenerate.
    	* config.bfd (targ_cpu): Handle bpf-*-* targets.
    	* cpu-bpf.c: New file.
    	* elf64-bpf.c: Likewise.
    	* targets.c (_bfd_target_vector): Add bpf_elf64_be_vec and
    	bpf_elf64_le_vec.
    	* archures.c: Define architecture bfd_arch_bpf and machine
    	bfd_arch_bpf.
    	* reloc.c: Define BFD relocations used by the BPF target.
    	* bfd-in2.h: Regenerated.
    	* libbfd.h: Likewise.

commit 8ebe62124023224eafd1b82c8bc2325962711ef8
Author: Jose E. Marchesi <jose.marchesi@oracle.com>
Date:   Thu May 23 18:30:42 2019 +0200

    include: add elf/bpf.h
    
    This patch adds a header file with BPF-specific ELF definitions.  In
    particular, the architecture relocations.
    
    include/ChangeLog:
    
    2019-05-23  Jose E. Marchesi  <jose.marchesi@oracle.com>
    
    	* elf/bpf.h: New file.

commit 2376c3702e43ad8a717d80888b34e1e7eaeacaa8
Author: Jose E. Marchesi <jose.marchesi@oracle.com>
Date:   Thu May 23 18:19:56 2019 +0200

    config.guess,config.sub: synchronize with config project master sources
    
    This is to bring in the newly introduced support for bpf-*-* targets.
    
    ChangeLog:
    
    2019-05-23  Jose E. Marchesi  <jose.marchesi@oracle.com>
    
    	* config.guess: Synchronize with config project master sources.
    	* config.sub: Likewise.
    	* readline/support/config.guess: Likewise.
    	* readline/support/config.sub: Likewise.

commit 82d7a6f4e3ccb3d714b5beb03eeb24f7356d4380
Author: Alan Modra <amodra@gmail.com>
Date:   Thu May 23 10:22:56 2019 +0930

    Re: Have the linker report an error if the same script is used twice
    
    git commit 6ec6968b1b2 results in
    ... error: linker script file '/usr/local/lib64/libgcc_s.so' appears multiple times
    collect2: error: ld returned 1 exit status
    FAIL: bootstrap
    
    This patch changes things so that an error is given only when a -T
    script or the default script is invoked more than once.  I'm still a
    little nervous that we match script file names, not the entire path.
    
    	PR 24576
    	* ldfile.c (enum script_open_style): New.
    	(struct script_name_list): New.
    	(ldfile_open_command_file_1): Take a script_open_style param
    	rather than booleans.  Adjust callers.  Only fail when -T or
    	default -T script is invoked twice.
    	(ldfile_try_open_bfd): Revert last change.

commit 016181423bff8c04b2808f2dca9a95f0c9d92fe5
Author: GDB Administrator <gdbadmin@sourceware.org>
Date:   Thu May 23 00:00:14 2019 +0000

    Automatic date update in version.in

commit 4ca51187d21562b6626eea2bd0e45f6b64719dfd
Author: Tom Tromey <tromey@adacore.com>
Date:   Wed May 22 15:41:28 2019 -0400

    Constify target_ops::follow_exec
    
    I noticed that target_ops::follow_exec took a "char *" parameter,
    where "const char *" would be more correct.  This patch changes this
    (and related functions) to be constified.
    
    Tested by rebuilding.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-05-22  Tom Tromey  <tromey@adacore.com>
    
    	* target.c (target_follow_exec): Constify parameter.
    	* target-delegates.c: Rebuild.
    	* remote.c (remote_target::follow_exec): Constify parameter.
    	* infrun.c (follow_exec): Constify parameter.
    	* target.h (struct target_ops) <follow_exec>: Constify parameter.
    	(target_follow_exec): Likewise.

commit 18125b163947bfd0c358d4a5acf4e0e3b43b64cf
Author: Tom Tromey <tromey@adacore.com>
Date:   Tue May 14 08:04:22 2019 -0600

    Add "style" proc to the test suite
    
    This adds a "style" helper proc to the test suite, and updates
    existing style tests to use it.  Thanks to Sergio for the idea.
    
    Tested on x86-64 Fedora 29.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog
    2019-05-22  Tom Tromey  <tromey@adacore.com>
    
    	* gdb.base/info-shared.exp (check_info_shared): Use "style".
    	* gdb.base/style.exp: Use "style".
    	* lib/gdb-utils.exp (style): New proc.

commit af1a8d038798bef11471e28d999ad1687312a6a7
Author: Tom de Vries <tdevries@suse.de>
Date:   Wed May 22 18:13:04 2019 +0200

    [gdb/testsuite] Require c++11 for gdb.base/align.exp
    
    When building gdb on ubuntu 16.04 with gcc 5.4.0, and running the gdb
    testsuite we run into a failure due align.exp requiring at least c++11.
    
    Fix this by adding -std=c++11.
    
    Tested on x86_64-linux.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog:
    
    2019-05-22  Tom de Vries  <tdevries@suse.de>
    
    	* gdb.base/align.exp: Require c++11.

commit e7fe496b1b8c0dfc44876f86131f756b424d4e70
Author: Tom de Vries <tdevries@suse.de>
Date:   Wed May 22 17:55:44 2019 +0200

    [gdb/testsuite] Add missing mi_skip_python_tests to py-mi-var-info-path-expression.exp
    
    Fix gdb.python/py-mi-var-info-path-expression.exp for a gdb build without
    python support.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog:
    
    2019-05-22  Tom de Vries  <tdevries@suse.de>
    
    	PR testsuite/24586
    	* gdb.python/py-mi-var-info-path-expression.exp: Call
    	mi_skip_python_tests to check if python is supported.

commit 6ec6968b1b259948ba42f0a47a3da048377058bc
Author: Nick Clifton <nickc@redhat.com>
Date:   Wed May 22 15:58:57 2019 +0100

    Have the linker report an error if the same script is used twice.
    
    	PR 24576
    	* ld/ldfile.c: (ldfile_open_command_file_1): Add new parameter -
    	is_script.  If true check that the file has not already been
    	parsed as a linker script.
    	(ldfile_open_script_file): New function.
    	(ldfile_try_open_bfd): Use the new function in place of
    	ldfile_open_command_line.
    	* ldmain.c (main): Likewise.
    	* lexsup.c (parse_args): Use the new function for opening linker
    	scripts with the -T option.
    	* ldfile.h (ldfile_open_script_file): Add prototype.

commit 8fca4da0759df376bcb646bc4b79a92ba27e2362
Author: Alan Hayward <alan.hayward@arm.com>
Date:   Wed May 22 14:02:17 2019 +0100

    AArch64: Treat pauth ops as nops on non-pauth systems
    
    Running an address signed binary through GDB on a non pauth system
    gives the following error:
    Call Frame Instruction op 45 in vendor extension space is not handled on this architecture.
    
    Instead GDB should ignore the op, treating it as a nop.
    
    Add test case for pauth binaries, regardless of whether the target
    supports it.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    
    	* aarch64-tdep.c (aarch64_execute_dwarf_cfa_vendor_op): Treat
    	DW_CFA_AARCH64_negate_ra_state as nop on non pauth targets.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog:
    
    	* gdb.arch/aarch64-pauth.c: New test.
    	* gdb.arch/aarch64-pauth.exp: New file.

commit b706061469811a16ff2fb8d42f6e98a22e454212
Author: Alan Hayward <alan.hayward@arm.com>
Date:   Wed May 22 13:40:20 2019 +0100

    Document gdb.in/gdb.cmd files and debugredirect cli command
    
    Add missing documentation for the debugredirect setting.
    
    Add description and uses of gdb.in/gdb.cmd to the testsuite README.
    
    Mention this in the NEWS file.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    
    	* NEWS: Add debugredirect and testsuite sections.
    
    gdb/doc/ChangeLog:
    
    	* gdb.texinfo (Shell Commands): Add debugredirect.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog:
    
    	* README (Re-running Tests Outside The Testsuite): New section.

commit 0a5954bd5f96dd665cb733b9ab6f2ca67bb4632d
Author: Simon Cook <simon.cook@embecosm.com>
Date:   Wed May 22 12:59:58 2019 +0100

    gdb/riscv: Improve flen length determination
    
    This solves an assertion failure when a remote provides a target
    description which only refers to floating point registers by their
    hardware name (e.g. f0), rather than their ABI name (e.g. ft0). GDB
    assumed that should the floating point register feature be presented,
    it would contain a register called ft0.
    
    The floating point length is now instead determined by searching for
    the same register, but looking for any of its aliases.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    
    	* riscv-tdep.c (riscv_gdbarch_init): Support determining flen from
    	target descriptions using exclusively floating point register name
    	aliases.

commit 7166f90a7756a3b68cfb93b5ea4a026e9b5f2459
Author: Jan Vrany <jan.vrany@fit.cvut.cz>
Date:   Wed May 22 12:48:26 2019 +0100

    gdb/doc: Minor formatting fixes in documentation of -complete
    
    gdb/doc/Changelog:
    
    	* gdb.texinfo: Minor formatting fixes.

commit b0f4fbf81a1cf67d49558b2e8890e5c8628f8403
Author: Alan Modra <amodra@gmail.com>
Date:   Wed May 22 18:29:20 2019 +0930

    ARM STM32L4XX erratum test failure with MALLOC_PERTURB_
    
    	* elf32-arm.c (arm_allocate_glue_section_space): Clear section
    	contents.

commit 9ec2f606ce9ebfe9b7d1c6d3db0614d19bd03a6b
Author: Alan Modra <amodra@gmail.com>
Date:   Wed May 22 18:00:16 2019 +0930

    vms-alpha gas segfault
    
    	* vms-alpha.c (_bfd_vms_write_etir): Don't attempt further
    	processing on "size error in section".

commit 4decd602d8570eda5d36fd6cca2e50091000fa7a
Author: Alan Modra <amodra@gmail.com>
Date:   Wed May 22 17:52:59 2019 +0930

    bfdtest1 segfaults on hppa-hp-hpux10
    
    The archive element cache needs tidying when closing an archive element.
    This patch fixes these failures:
    -FAIL: ar long file names (bfdtest1)
    -FAIL: ar thin archive (bfdtest1)
    -FAIL: ar thin archive with nested archive (bfdtest1)
    
    	* som.c (som_bfd_free_cached_info): Call
    	_bfd_generic_close_and_cleanup.

commit 22c6ccb89e0f38a70a42fb49eb167e7857d51f5c
Author: John Darrington <john@darrington.wattle.id.au>
Date:   Wed May 22 07:16:14 2019 +0200

    S12Z: GAS: New option --mdollar-hex.
    
    This option (also implied by --traditional) causes '$' to introduce
    literal hexadecimal constants, rather than the modern convention '0x'.
    
    gas/
    	* config/tc-s12z.c (s12z_strtol): New function. (md_show_usage): Update.
    	(md_parse_option): new case OPTION_DOLLAR_HEX. (s12z_init_after_args):
    	(<global>): Use s12z_strtol instead of strtol.
    	* doc/c-s12z.texi (S12Z Options): Document new option -mdollar-hex.
    	* testsuite/gas/s12z/dollar-hex.d: New file.
    	* testsuite/gas/s12z/dollar-hex.s: New file.
    	* testsuite/gas/s12z/s12z.exp: Add them.

commit a7df56e5f840e2ce8bb09487ee0b6570cddb1550
Author: GDB Administrator <gdbadmin@sourceware.org>
Date:   Wed May 22 00:00:17 2019 +0000

    Automatic date update in version.in

commit dc42e902cc54af2b7e7b54a1171d562f867342d5
Author: Andrew Burgess <andrew.burgess@embecosm.com>
Date:   Tue May 21 22:14:05 2019 +0100

    gdb/fortran: Handle gdbarch_floatformat_for_type returning nullptr
    
    In this commit:
    
      commit 34d11c682fd96c7dbe3ebd6cd9033e65d51ec7a3
      Date:   Fri May 3 15:23:55 2019 +0100
    
          gdb/fortran: Use floatformats_ia64_quad for fortran 16-byte floats
    
    GDB was changed such that the Fortran's 16-byte float format was
    obtained by calling gdbarch_floatformat_for_type instead of just using
    gdbarch_long_double_format as it was before.
    
    The problem with this default_floatformat_for_type can return NULL in
    some cases, and the code introduced in 34d11c682f didn't consider
    this.
    
    This commit introduces several alternative strategies for finding a
    suitable 16-byte floating point type.  First GDB calls
    gdbarch_floatformat_for_type (this was what 34d11c682f added), if this
    returns null GDB will use gdbarch_long_double_format if it is the
    correct size (this was the format used before 34d11c682f).  Finally,
    if neither of the above provides a suitable type then GDB will create
    a new dummy type.
    
    This final dummy type is unlikely to provide an correct debug
    experience as far as examining the 16-byte floats, but it should
    prevent GDB crashing.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    
    	PR gdb/18644:
    	* f-lang.c (build_fortran_types): Handle the case where
    	gdbarch_floatformat_for_type returns a nullptr.

commit b474a2022dc14fea0dd8ea4cc66b813486132075
Author: Faraz Shahbazker <fshahbazker@wavecomp.com>
Date:   Sat May 18 01:19:04 2019 -0700

    MIPS/LD: Reject tprel_hi and tprel_lo relocations in shared library
    
    bfd/
    	* elfxx-mips.c (_bfd_mips_elf_check_relocs): Generate error
    	for TLS_TPREL_HI16(/LO16) relocations in shared library.
    
    ld/
    	* testsuite/ld-mips-elf/pic-reloc-5.s: Add tests for
    	%tprel_hi and %tprel_lo relocations.
    	* testsuite/ld-mips-elf/pic-reloc-6.s: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-mips-elf/pic-reloc-5.d: Update accordingly.
    	* testsuite/ld-mips-elf/pic-reloc-6.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-mips-elf/pic-reloc-tls.ld: New test linker
    	script file.

commit 304f09d0d4b519f143144d213e1280a0691de8ba
Author: Faraz Shahbazker <fshahbazker@wavecomp.com>
Date:   Sat May 18 01:19:03 2019 -0700

    MIPS/LD: Fix memory fault linking non-PIC object in to shared library
    
    bfd/
    	* elfxx-mips.c (_bfd_mips_elf_check_relocs): Add NULL pointer
    	checks.  Search the RELA table for n64 relocations.
    
    ld/
    	* testsuite/ld-mips-elf/pic-reloc-5.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/ld-mips-elf/pic-reloc-6.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/ld-mips-elf/pic-reloc-7.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/ld-mips-elf/pic-reloc-5.s: New test source.
    	* testsuite/ld-mips-elf/pic-reloc-6.s: New test source.
    	* testsuite/ld-mips-elf/pic-reloc-7.s: New test source.
    	* testsuite/ld-mips-elf/mips-elf.exp: Run the new tests.

commit ba6cd17f0a28e54d9b4ef46397d448f1d208d9a0
Author: Sudakshina Das <sudi.das@arm.com>
Date:   Tue May 21 18:20:48 2019 +0100

    [binutils, ARM] <spec_reg> changes for VMRS and VMSR instructions
    
    This patch makes changes to the <spec_reg> operand for VMRS and VMSR
    instructions as per the Armv8.1-M Mainline.
    New <spec_reg> options to support are:
    
    0b0010: FPSCR_nzcvqc, access to FPSCR condition and saturation flags.
    0b1100: VPR, privileged only access to the VPR register.
    0b1101: P0, access to VPR.P0 predicate fields
    0b1110: FPCXT_NS, enables saving and restoring of Non-secure floating
    point context.
    0b1111: FPCXT_S, enables saving and restoring of Secure floating point
    context
    
    *** gas/ChangeLog ***
    
    2019-05-21  Sudakshina Das  <sudi.das@arm.com>
    
    	* config/tc-arm.c (parse_operands): Update case OP_RVC to
    	parse p0 and P0.
    	(do_vmrs): Add checks for valid operands with respect to
    	cpu and fpu options.
    	(do_vmsr): Likewise.
    	(reg_names): New reg_names for FPSCR_nzcvqc, VPR, FPCXT_NS
    	and FPCXT_S.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/armv8_1-m-spec-reg.d: New.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/armv8_1-m-spec-reg.s: New.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/armv8_1-m-spec-reg-bad1.d: New.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/armv8_1-m-spec-reg-bad2.d: New.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/armv8_1-m-spec-reg-bad3.d: New.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/armv8_1-m-spec-reg-bad1.l: New.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/armv8_1-m-spec-reg-bad2.l: New.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/armv8_1-m-spec-reg-bad3.l: New.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/vfp1xD.d: Updated to allow new valid values.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/vfp1xD_t2.d: Likewise.
    
    *** opcodes/ChangeLog ***
    
    2019-05-21  Sudakshina Das  <sudi.das@arm.com>
    
    	* arm-dis.c (coprocessor_opcodes): New instructions for VMRS
    	and VMSR with the new operands.

commit e39c1607a2df3a97bf7b70bef6de5b7a2db55eea
Author: Sudakshina Das <sudi.das@arm.com>
Date:   Tue May 21 18:15:13 2019 +0100

    [binutils, Arm] Add support for conditional instructions in Armv8.1-M Mainline
    
    This patch adds the following instructions which are part of the
    Armv8.1-M Mainline:
    CINC
    CINV
    CNEG
    CSINC
    CSINV
    CSNEG
    CSET
    CSETM
    CSEL
    
    gas/ChangeLog:
    
    2019-05-21  Sudakshina Das  <sudi.das@arm.com>
    
    	* config/tc-arm.c (TOGGLE_BIT): New.
    	(T16_32_TAB): New entries for cinc, cinv, cneg, csinc,
    	csinv, csneg, cset, csetm and csel.
    	(operand_parse_code): New OP_RR_ZR.
    	(parse_operand): Handle case for OP_RR_ZR.
    	(do_t_cond): New.
    	(insns): New instructions for cinc, cinv, cneg, csinc,
    	csinv, csneg, cset, csetm, csel.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/armv8_1-m-cond-bad.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/armv8_1-m-cond-bad.l: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/armv8_1-m-cond-bad.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/armv8_1-m-cond.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/armv8_1-m-cond.s: New test.
    
    opcodes/ChangeLog:
    
    2019-05-21  Sudakshina Das  <sudi.das@arm.com>
    
    	* arm-dis.c (enum mve_instructions): New enum
    	for csinc, csinv, csneg, csel, cset, csetm, cinv, cinv
    	and cneg.
    	(mve_opcodes): New instructions as above.
    	(is_mve_encoding_conflict): Add cases for csinc, csinv,
    	csneg and csel.
    	(print_insn_mve): Accept new %<bitfield>c and %<bitfield>C.

commit 23d00a419fe67801afc02a87f7ab9c5374b0238e
Author: Sudakshina Das <sudi.das@arm.com>
Date:   Tue May 21 18:11:08 2019 +0100

    [binutils, Arm] Add support for shift instructions in MVE
    
    This patch adds the following instructions which are part of
    Armv8.1-M MVE:
    ASRL (imm)
    ASRL (reg)
    LSLL (imm)
    LSLL (reg)
    LSRL
    SQRSHRL
    SRQSHR
    SQSHLL
    SQSHL
    SRSHRL
    SRSHR
    UQRSHLL
    UQRSHL
    UQSHLL
    UQSHL
    URSHLL
    URSHL
    
    *** gas/ChangeLog ***
    
    2019-05-21  Sudakshina Das  <sudi.das@arm.com>
    
    	* config/tc-arm.c (operand_parse_code): New entries for
    	OP_RRnpcsp_I32 (register or integer operands).
    	(do_mve_scalar_shift): New.
    	(insns): New instructions for asrl, lsll, lsrl, sqrshrl, sqrshr, sqshl
    	sqshll, srshr, srshrl, uqrshll, uqrshl, uqshll, uqshl, urshrl and urshr.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-shift.d: New.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-shift.s: New.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-shift-bad.d: New.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-shift-bad.s: New.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-shift-bad.l: New.
    
    *** opcodes/ChangeLog ***
    
    2019-05-21  Sudakshina Das  <sudi.das@arm.com>
    
    	* arm-dis.c (emun mve_instructions): Updated for new instructions.
    	(mve_opcodes): New instructions for asrl, lsll, lsrl, sqrshrl,
    	sqrshr, sqshl, sqshll, srshr, srshrl, uqrshll, uqrshl, uqshll,
    	uqshl, urshrl and urshr.
    	(is_mve_okay_in_it): Add new instructions to TRUE list.
    	(is_mve_unpredictable): Add cases for UNPRED_R13 and UNPRED_R15.
    	(print_insn_mve): Updated to accept new %j,
    	%<bitfield>m and %<bitfield>n patterns.

commit cd4797ee054654160fe6c4b6fbecd636b7961e19
Author: Faraz Shahbazker <fshahbazker@wavecomp.com>
Date:   Mon May 13 17:19:37 2019 -0700

    MIPS/gas: Reject $0 as source register for DAUI instruction
    
    The MIPS64R6 TRM requires that the source register for DAUI
    not be r0.
    
    [1] "MIPS Architecture for Programmers Volume II-A: The MIPS64
        Instruction Set Manual", Imagination Technologies Ltd., Document
        Number: MD00087, Revision 6.06, December 15, 2016, Section 3.2
        "Alphabetical List of Instructions", pp. 67-68.
    
    gas/
    	* testsuite/gas/mips/r6-branch-constraints.s: Rename to ...
    	* testsuite/gas/mips/r6-reg-constraints.s: this and add test
    	case for DAUI.
    	* testsuite/gas/mips/r6-branch-constraints.l: Rename to ...
    	* testsuite/gas/mips/r6-reg-constraints.l: this and add test
    	for DAUI.
    	* testsuite/gas/mips/mips.exp: Rename test from
    	r6-branch-constraints to r6-reg-constraints.
    
    opcodes/
    	* mips-opc.c (mips_builtin_opcodes): Change source register
    	constraint for DAUI.

commit 3734320dc054bd9f6632607e9e5c901c57450791
Author: Matthew Fortune <matthew.fortune@mips.com>
Date:   Mon May 13 17:03:19 2019 -0700

    [MIPS] Add generation of PLT entries with compact jumps for MIPS R6
    
    Add a new option to get the linker to emit PLTs that use compact
    branches instead of delay slot branches.
    
    bfd/
    	* elfxx-mips.c (LA25_BC): New macro.
    	(mips_elf_link_hash_table)<compact_branches>: New field.
    	(STUB_JALRC): New macro.
    	(mipsr6_o32_exec_plt0_entry_compact): New array.
    	(mipsr6_n32_exec_plt0_entry_compact): Likewise.
    	(mipsr6_n64_exec_plt0_entry_compact): Likewise.
    	(mipsr6_exec_plt_entry_compact): Likewise.
    	(mips_elf_create_la25_stub): Use BC instead of J for stubs
    	when compact_branches is true.
    	(_bfd_mips_elf_finish_dynamic_symbol): Choose the compact
    	PLT for MIPSR6 with compact_branches.  Do not reorder the
    	compact branches PLT.  Switch the lazy stub for MIPSR6
    	with compact_branches to use JALRC.
    	(mips_finish_exec_plt): Choose the compact PLT0 for MIPSR6
    	when compact_branches is true.
    	(_bfd_mips_elf_compact_branches): New function.
    	* elfxx-mips.h (_bfd_mips_elf_compact_branches): New prototype.
    
    ld/
    	* emultempl/mipself.em (compact_branches): New static variable.
    	(mips_create_output_section_statements): Call
    	_bfd_mips_elf_compact_branches.
    	(PARSE_AND_LIST_PROLOGUE): Add OPTION_COMPACT_BRANCHES and
    	OPTION_NO_COMPACT_BRANCHES.
    	(PARSE_AND_LIST_LONGOPTS): Add compact-branches,
    	no-compact-branches.
    	(PARSE_AND_LIST_OPTIONS): Add --compact-branches,
    	--no-compact-branches.
    	(PARSE_AND_LIST_ARGS_CASES): Handle the above.
    	* ld.texinfo: Document --compact-branches, --no-compact-branches.
    	* testsuite/ld-mips-elf/pic-and-nonpic-1-r6.dd: New test.
    	* testsuite/ld-mips-elf/pic-and-nonpic-1-r6.nd: New test.
    	* testsuite/ld-mips-elf/pic-and-nonpic-3a-r6.dd: New test.
    	* testsuite/ld-mips-elf/pic-and-nonpic-3a-r6.gd: New test.
    	* testsuite/ld-mips-elf/pic-and-nonpic-1a-r6.s: New test source.
    	* testsuite/ld-mips-elf/pic-and-nonpic-3a-r6.s: New test source.
    	* testsuite/ld-mips-elf/mips-elf.exp: Run the new tests.

commit 6467207116c66ff2c58f8bc35cb15b2596f5c457
Author: Tamar Christina <tamar.christina@arm.com>
Date:   Tue May 21 17:15:36 2019 +0100

    AArch64: Fix -Werror on build
    
    This patch fixes a hardcoded `l` specifier on a `bfd_signed_vma`.
    Instead this now uses BFD_VMA_FMT which fixes the build on 32 bit
    hosts.
    
    Committed under the obvious rule.
    
    bfd/ChangeLog:
    
    	PR ld/24373
    	* elfnn-aarch64.c (_bfd_aarch64_erratum_843419_branch_to_stub):
    	Fix print formatter.

commit fb7806c7a49d6eb75cdbff183d10d00f75968c0f
Author: Tom de Vries <tdevries@suse.de>
Date:   Tue May 21 16:32:41 2019 +0200

    [gdb/cli] Fix use of uninitialized variable in complete_command
    
    When building gdb on ubuntu 16.04 with gcc 5.4.0, and running the gdb
    testsuite we run into:
    ...
    FAIL: gdb.linespec/explicit.exp: complete after -line: \
      cmd complete "b -line argument " (timeout)
    ...
    
    The failure is reproducible outside the testsuite like this:
    ...
    $ gdb -q build/gdb/testsuite/outputs/gdb.linespec/explicit/explicit \
      -ex "complete b -line argument"
    Reading symbols from \
      build/gdb/testsuite/outputs/gdb.linespec/explicit/explicit...
    terminate called after throwing an instance of 'std::length_error'
      what():  basic_string::_M_create
      Aborted (core dumped)
    ...
    
    The problem is here in complete_command:
    ...
      completion_result result = complete (arg, &word, &quote_char);
    
      std::string arg_prefix (arg, word - arg);
    
      if (result.number_matches != 0)
    ...
    The problem is that the word variable is not initialized when
    result.number_matches == 0, but the variable is still used in the arg_prefix
    initialization.
    
    Fix this by guarding the arg_prefix initialization with the
    'result.number_matches != 0' test.
    
    Build and tested on x86_64-linux.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    
    2019-05-21  Tom de Vries  <tdevries@suse.de>
    
    	PR cli/24587
    	* cli/cli-cmds.c (complete_command): Fix use of unitialized variable.

commit 669d0468399d8375f4d25289938a0c06d12e7f2e
Author: Tom de Vries <tdevries@suse.de>
Date:   Tue May 21 16:32:41 2019 +0200

    [gdb/testsuite] Require c++11 where necessary
    
    When building gdb on ubuntu 16.04 with gcc 5.4.0, and running the gdb
    testsuite we run into failures due test-cases requiring at least c++1.
    
    Fix this by adding -std=c++11 to those test-cases.
    
    Tested on x86_64-linux.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog:
    
    2019-05-21  Tom de Vries  <tdevries@suse.de>
    
    	* gdb.arch/amd64-eval.exp: Require c++11.
    	* gdb.base/max-depth.exp: Same.
    	* gdb.compile/compile-cplus-array-decay.exp: Same.
    	* gdb.cp/meth-typedefs.exp: Same.
    	* gdb.cp/subtypes.exp: Same.
    	* gdb.cp/temargs.exp: Same.

commit 8fe9a076adf308ec813246a96f915c5ab5b6a75f
Author: Andre Vieira <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
Date:   Tue May 21 14:51:43 2019 +0100

    [GAS, Arm] PR24559: Fix pseudo load-operations for Armv8-M Baseline
    
    gas/ChangeLog:
    2019-05-21  Andre Vieira  <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
    
    	PR 24559
    	* config/tc-arm.c (move_or_literal_pool): Set size_req to 0
    	for MOVW replacement.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/load-pseudo.s: New test input.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/m0-load-pseudo.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/m23-load-pseudo.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/m33-load-pseudo.d: New test.

commit e6f65e7573a317ac4efff26fe0e49fe1b9e7a596
Author: Andre Vieira <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
Date:   Tue May 21 14:49:03 2019 +0100

    [binutils][Arm] Fix Branch Future relocation handling and testisms
    
    bfd/ChangeLog:
    2019-05-21  Andre Vieira  <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
    
    	PR/target 24460
    	* elf32-arm.c (get_value_helper): Remove.
    	(elf32_arm_final_link_relocate): Fix branch future relocations.
    
    gas/ChangeLog:
    2019-05-21  Andre Vieira  <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
    
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/armv8_1-m-bf.d: Allow different branch target naming
    	conventions.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/armv8_1-m-bfl.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/armv8_1-m-bfcsel.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/armv8_1-m-loloop.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/armv8_1-m-bf-rel.d: Skip for vxworks.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/armv8_1-m-bf-rela.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/armv8_1-m-bfl-rel.d: Skip for vxworks.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/armv8_1-m-bfl-rela.d: New test.
    
    ld/ChangeLog:
    2019-05-21  Andre Vieira  <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
    
    	* testsuite/ld-arm/arm-elf.exp: Add tests
    	* testsuite/ld-arm/bfs-0.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/ld-arm/bfs-1.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/ld-arm/branch-futures.d: New test.

commit 739b5c9c778dee9e2f54d864f83a81ecb0639535
Author: Tamar Christina <tamar.christina@arm.com>
Date:   Tue May 21 13:04:08 2019 +0100

    AArch64: Implement choice between Cortex-A53 erratum workarounds. (PR ld/24373)
    
    The Cortex-A53 erratum currently has two ways it can resolve the erratum when
    using the flag --fix-cortex-a53-843419:
    
    1) If the address is within the range of an ADR instruction it rewrites the ADRP
       into an ADR, and those doesn't need the use of a veneer.
    
    2) If the address is not within range, it adds a branch to a veneer which will
       execute the final bit of the erratum workaround and branch back to the call
       site.
    
    When we do this we always generate the veneers and we always align the size of
    the text section to 4KB.  This is because we only know which workaround we can
    use after all linking has finished and all addresses are known.  This means even
    though the veneers are not used, we still generate the section and we still
    change the size of the input section.
    
    This is problematic for small memory devices as this would require the user to
    take about a ~4KB hit in memory even though it's not even used.
    
    Since there's no real way to restart the linking process from the final write
    phase this patch solves the issue by allowing the user more control over which
    erratum workaround gets used.
    
    Concretely this changes the option --fix-cortex-a53-843419 to take optional
    arguments --fix-cortex-a53-843419[=full|adr|adrp]
    
    - full (default): Use both ADRP and ADR workaround. This is equivalent to not
    		  specifying any options and is the default behavior before this
    		  patch.
    
    - adr: Only use the ADR workaround, this will not cause any increase in binary
           size but linking will fail if the referenced address is out of range of
           an ADR instruction.
    
    - adrp: Use only the ADRP workaround, this will never rewrite your ADRP.
    
    In the cases where the user knows how big their binaries are the `adr` option
    would prevent the unneeded overhead.
    
    bfd/ChangeLog:
    
    	PR ld/24373
    	* bfd-in.h (enum erratum_84319_opts): New
    	(bfd_elf64_aarch64_set_options, bfd_elf32_aarch64_set_options): Change
    	int to enum erratum_84319_opts.
    	* bfd-in2.h: Regenerate.
    	* elfnn-aarch64.c (struct elf_aarch64_link_hash_table): Change
    	fix_erratum_843419 to use new enum, remove fix_erratum_843419_adr.
    	(_bfd_aarch64_add_stub_entry_after): Conditionally create erratum stub.
    	(aarch64_size_one_stub): Conditionally size erratum 843419 stubs.
    	(_bfd_aarch64_resize_stubs): Amend comment.
    	(elfNN_aarch64_size_stubs): Don't generate stubs when no workaround
    	requested.
    	(bfd_elfNN_aarch64_set_options): Use new fix_erratum_843419 enum.
    	(_bfd_aarch64_erratum_843419_branch_to_stub): Implement selection of
    	erratum workaround.
    	(clear_erratum_843419_entry): Update erratum conditional.
    
    ld/ChangeLog:
    
    	PR ld/24373
    	* emultempl/aarch64elf.em (PARSE_AND_LIST_LONGOPTS): Add optional args
    	to flags.
    	* NEWS: Add changes to flag.
    	(PARSE_AND_LIST_OPTIONS): Update help descriptions.
    	(PARSE_AND_LIST_ARGS_CASES): Add new options to parser.
    	* testsuite/ld-aarch64/aarch64-elf.exp: Add new run_dump_tests.
    	* testsuite/ld-aarch64/erratum843419-adr.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/ld-aarch64/erratum843419-adrp.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/ld-aarch64/erratum843419-far-adr.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/ld-aarch64/erratum843419-far-full.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/ld-aarch64/erratum843419-far.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/ld-aarch64/erratum843419-full.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/ld-aarch64/erratum843419-near.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/ld-aarch64/erratum843419-no-args.d: New test.

commit fab7c86ea474291776621eba042132f47af124e1
Author: Tamar Christina <tamar.christina@arm.com>
Date:   Tue May 21 11:03:45 2019 +0100

    AArch64: Add SVE DWARF registers
    
    The SVE DRAWF register names are missing from binutils, this may cause objdump
    and readelf to ignore certain DRAWF output as the registers are unknown (most
    notably CIEs).
    
    This patch adds the registers in accordance to the "DWARF for ARM(r) 64-bit
    Architecture (AARch64) with SVE support" documentation [1].
    
    [1] https://developer.arm.com/docs/100985/latest/dwarf-for-the-arm-64-bit-architecture-aarch64-with-sve-support
    
    binutils/ChangeLog:
    
    	* dwarf.c (dwarf_regnames_aarch64): Add SVE registers.
    	* testsuite/binutils-all/aarch64/sve-dwarf-registers.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/binutils-all/aarch64/sve-dwarf-registers.s: New test.

commit ce3ebcaae382a3f95530d633e6875f97e53ef273
Author: Alan Hayward <alan.hayward@arm.com>
Date:   Tue May 21 10:11:51 2019 +0100

    testsuite: Mark the kill in gdbserver_run as optional
    
    This matches the kill in gdb_file_cmd, and ensures that the command is not
    sent to the gdb.in file.
    
    When gdb.in is used as a batch file, any kill commands run before the target
    is started will cause gdb to stop processing commands.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog:
    
    	* lib/gdbserver-support.exp (gdbserver_run): Mark kill as optional.

commit e2d1595531b62487749e1af680d8f0c48c684feb
Author: John Darrington <john@darrington.wattle.id.au>
Date:   Tue May 21 10:11:40 2019 +0200

    GAS: Replace macro LITERAL_PREFIXDOLLAR_HEX with a runtime value.
    
    In an upcoming commit, I need to be able to set the prefix used
    to introduce hexadecimal literal constants using a command line
    flag.   This is not currently possible, because the switch which
    determines this (LITERAL_PREFIXDOLLAR_HEX) is a macro set at
    build time.
    
    This change substitutes it for a variable to be set at start up.
    
    gas/ChangeLog:
        * expr.c (literal_prefix_dollar_hex): New variable.
        (operand)[case '$']: Use the new variable instead of the old macro.
        Also, move this instance of "case '$'" next to the other one, and
        enable it only in the complementary proprocessor case.
        * expr.h (literal_prefix_dollar_hex): Declare it.
        * config/tc-epiphany.c (md_begin): Assign literal_prefix_dollar_hex.
        * config/tc-ip2k.c:      ditto
        * config/tc-mt.c:        ditto
        * config/tc-epiphany.h (LITERAL_PREFIXDOLLAR_HEX): Remove macro definition.
        * config/tc-ip2k.h:      ditto
        * config/tc-mt.h:        ditto

commit 7622049e0bef81fab900860400838bc977449892
Author: Senthil Kumar Selvaraj <senthilkumar.selvaraj@microchip.com>
Date:   Thu May 16 12:12:33 2019 +0530

    Fix PR 24571 -  Relaxation does not shorten jmp or call to target at pc-relative range boundary
    
    The range check done to transform an absolute call/jump to a pc-relative one is
    off-by-one, and that causes this shortening optimization to be missed if the
    branch target is right at the range boundary.
    
    In the non-shrinkable case, the range is what is mentioned in the ISA - -4094
    bytes in the backward direction, and 4096 bytes in the positive direction.
    
    In the shrinkable case, the forward jump range increases by two bytes (deleted
    because of the shortening from call/jmp to rcall/rjmp), and therefore, the
    range is -4094 in the reverse, and 4098 in the positive direction.
    
    Fix the ranges for !shrinkable and shrinkable cases, and add a test caes to
    ensure jumps to max forward and backward ranges get relaxed to rjmp.

commit 338ba75534fbfeb64d7009f29a89f25826a1f4d2
Author: Senthil Kumar Selvaraj <senthilkumar.selvaraj@microchip.com>
Date:   Thu May 16 17:16:36 2019 +0530

    Fix PR 24564 - link fails for some rcalls/rjmps with wraparound
    
    The current code to compute relative distance in the wrap around case does not
    handle the edge case of the target (after adjusting for implicit PC increment)
    being exactly half of the wrap around distance. This patch fixes that and adds a
    testcase.
    
    The range for a forward relative jump call is 4096 bytes ((2 * 2047) + (2 bytes
    for the implicit PC increment)). If the target of the jump is at a distance of
    4098 bytes, it is out of range for a forward jump - however, a backward jump can
    still reach that address if pmem-wrap-around is 8192.
    
    Assume address 0 has rjmp to address 4098. With a wrap around of 8192 and
    *without* adjusting for the implicit PC increment of 2 bytes, rjmp .-4096 will
    jump to address 4096 (wrap around at 8192 and decreasing addresses from then
    on). Adjusting 2 bytes for the implicit PC increment, the actual target is 4098.
    
    avr_relative_distance_considering_wrap_around though, does the wrap around only
    if the passed in distance is less than half of the wrap around distance. In this
    case, it is exactly equal to half (original distance 4098, adjusted distance of
    4096 and wraparound of 8192), and the bypassed wrap around causes the reloc
    overflow error.
    
    Fix by wrapping around even if adjusted distance is equal to half of wrap around
    distance.

commit da0523c66604dc11b8787d3e0123ea80a2503f14
Author: John Darrington <john@darrington.wattle.id.au>
Date:   Tue May 21 07:30:05 2019 +0200

    Revert "GAS: Replace macro LITERAL_PREFIXDOLLAR_HEX with a runtime value."
    
    This reverts commit cffc205c9eaacfa312323807cd60b9d3d1c26894.

commit 302d65e0b264df2db2f42a2ef51fb9d69f3225de
Author: GDB Administrator <gdbadmin@sourceware.org>
Date:   Tue May 21 00:00:28 2019 +0000

    Automatic date update in version.in

commit d87343802b81ad123a27beccb140d406f54727c6
Author: Faraz Shahbazker <fshahbazker@wavecomp.com>
Date:   Mon May 6 09:09:02 2019 -0700

    [MIPS] PR gas/14798: Limit IRIX5 specific default typing to IRIX targets
    
    On IRIX 5, every global symbol that is not explicitly labelled as
    being a function is assumed to be an object.  There is no reason
    why IRIX behaviour should extend to all MIPS targets, so limit this
    to only IRIX targets.
    
    gas/
    	PR 14798
    	* config/tc-mips.c (s_mips_globl): Only treat symbols that are
    	not explicitly labelled as BSF_OBJECTs for IRIX targets.
    	* testsuite/gas/mips/pr14798.s: New test source.
    	* testsuite/gas/mips/pr14798-irix.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/mips/pr14798.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/gas/mips/mips.exp: Run the new tests.
    
    binutils/
    	PR 14798
    	* testsuite/binutils-all/readelf.ss-mips: Update reference output.
    	* testsuite/binutils-all/readelf.ss-tmips: Likewise.
    
    ld/
    	PR 14798
    	* testsuite/ld-mips-elf/reloc-6a.s: Specify .text section for
    	global code symbols.
    	* testsuite/ld-mips-elf/reloc-6b.s: Likewise.

commit cffc205c9eaacfa312323807cd60b9d3d1c26894
Author: John Darrington <john@darrington.wattle.id.au>
Date:   Mon May 20 19:53:30 2019 +0200

    GAS: Replace macro LITERAL_PREFIXDOLLAR_HEX with a runtime value.
    
    In an upcoming commit, I need to be able to set the prefix used
    to introduce hexadecimal literal constants using a command line
    flag.   This is not currently possible, because the switch which
    determines this (LITERAL_PREFIXDOLLAR_HEX) is a macro set at
    build time.
    
    This change substitutes it for a variable to be set at start up.
    
    gas/ChangeLog:
    * expr.c (literal_prefix_dollar_hex): New variable.
    (operand)[case '$']: Use the new variable instead of the old macro.
    * expr.h (literal_prefix_dollar_hex): Declare it.
    * config/tc-epiphany.c (md_begin): Assign literal_prefix_dollar_hex.
    * config/tc-ip2k.c:      ditto
    * config/tc-mt.c:        ditto
    * config/tc-epiphany.h (LITERAL_PREFIXDOLLAR_HEX): Remove macro definition.
    * config/tc-ip2k.h:      ditto
    * config/tc-mt.h:        ditto

commit efa9760914311fdd9b9a299f1e6cd5a85d64c5ff
Author: Nick Clifton <nickc@redhat.com>
Date:   Mon May 20 17:17:24 2019 +0100

    Correct the alpha sorting of the short options in the usage description of the gprof program.
    
    	PR 24569
    	* gprof.c (usage): Restore alphabetical sorting to short options
    	list.  Add -r, -R and -t short options to the list.
    	(main): Add comment about -g and -G possibly being deprecated.
    	* gprof.texi: Update usage example in line with changes above.

commit 999b073bdb188635feaf1f719237b4845b5b06f3
Author: Nick Clifton <nickc@redhat.com>
Date:   Mon May 20 16:18:19 2019 +0100

    Updated translations for various binutils subdirectories.
    
    bfd	* po/fr.po: Updated French translation.
    binutils* po/ca.po: Updated Catalan translation.
    gprof	* po/de.po: Updated German translation.
    opcodes	* po/fr.po: Updated French translation.

commit 2a912e42d7b9aafae0e8507360cbca52cd29fa9a
Author: GDB Administrator <gdbadmin@sourceware.org>
Date:   Mon May 20 00:00:22 2019 +0000

    Automatic date update in version.in

commit 1aea5580c4b760e27e480fb4cb82146a2388e504
Author: GDB Administrator <gdbadmin@sourceware.org>
Date:   Sun May 19 00:01:13 2019 +0000

    Automatic date update in version.in

commit 34d11c682fd96c7dbe3ebd6cd9033e65d51ec7a3
Author: Andrew Burgess <andrew.burgess@embecosm.com>
Date:   Fri May 3 15:23:55 2019 +0100

    gdb/fortran: Use floatformats_ia64_quad for fortran 16-byte floats
    
    PR gdb/18644 is caused by GDB using the wrong floating point format
    for gfortran's 16-byte floating point type, including when the 16-byte
    float is used as the component of a 32-byte complex type.
    
    This commit addresses the issue in two places, first in i386-tdep.c,
    there is already some code to force the use of floatformats_ia64_quad
    for specific named types, this is extended to include the type names
    that gfortran uses for its 16-byte floats.
    
    Second, the builtin 16-byte float type (in f-lang.c) is changed so it
    no longer uses gdbarch_long_double_format.  On i386 this type is not
    16-bytes, but is smaller, this is not what gfortran is expecting.
    Instead we now use gdbarch_floatformat_for_type and ask for a
    16-byte (128 bit) type using the common gfortran type name.  This is
    then spotted in i386-tdep.c (thanks to the first change above) and we
    again get floatformats_ia64_quad returned.
    
    This patch was tested on X86-64/GNU-Linux using '--target_board=unix'
    and '--target_board=unix/-m32', and resolves all of the known failures
    associated with PR gdb/18644.  I've also added the test case from the
    original bug report.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    
    	PR gdb/18644:
    	* f-lang.c (build_fortran_types): Use floatformats_ia64_quad for
    	16-byte floats.
    	* i386-tdep.c (i386_floatformat_for_type): Use
    	floatformats_ia64_quad for the 16-byte floating point component
    	within a fortran 32-byte complex number.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog:
    
    	PR gdb/18644
    	* gdb.fortran/complex.exp: Remove setup_kfail calls.
    	* gdb.fortran/printing-types.exp: Add new test.
    	* gdb.fortran/printing-types.f90: Add 16-byte real variable for
    	testing.
    	* gdb.fortran/type-kinds.exp (test_cast_1_to_type_kind): Remove
    	setup_kfail call.

commit 122cf0f2d93ae6f7a53e8dd643ebb068b79df9cf
Author: Andrew Burgess <andrew.burgess@embecosm.com>
Date:   Fri May 17 22:30:34 2019 +0100

    gdb: Add constructor to struct cu_partial_die_info
    
    Adds a constructor to 'struct cu_partial_die_info' and disables the
    default constructor, preventing partially initialised instances from
    being created.
    
    Update 'find_partial_die' to return a const struct.
    
    Users of 'find_partial_die' are updated to take account of the above
    two changes.
    
    There should be no user visible changes after this commit.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    
    	* dwarf2read.c (struct cu_partial_die_info): Add constructor,
    	delete default constructor.
    	(find_partial_die): Update to return const struct.
    	(partial_die_parent_scope): Move variable declaration into scope
    	of its use and change its type to auto.
    	(guess_partial_die_structure_name): Likewise.
    	(partial_die_info::fixup): Likewise.

commit 3e2cf42fe5c305ebb5a4a69427a37e950385ea60
Author: John Darrington <john@darrington.wattle.id.au>
Date:   Sat May 18 08:25:18 2019 +0200

    S12Z (doc): Minor improvements to text and formatting.
    
    gas/
    	* doc/c-s12z.texi: Miscellaneous adjustments.

commit 1c8ce0ebbe603b7016fff924eb7636d8406f44ba
Author: GDB Administrator <gdbadmin@sourceware.org>
Date:   Sat May 18 00:00:20 2019 +0000

    Automatic date update in version.in

commit 33d0e35aed8870ad317af7eeca5274cf4fd87d15
Author: Tom Tromey <tromey@adacore.com>
Date:   Fri May 17 08:42:10 2019 -0600

    Don't cast away const in find_and_open_source
    
    find_and_open_source casts away const, but hasn't needed to in a
    while.  This removes the cast and a strangely hostile comment.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-05-17  Tom Tromey  <tromey@adacore.com>
    
    	* source.c (find_and_open_source): Remove cast.

commit a45575b0356d671df2c55fcfc66de719b6b2e5e5
Author: Tom Tromey <tromey@adacore.com>
Date:   Fri May 17 08:41:12 2019 -0600

    Constify annotate_source
    
    I noticed that annotate_source takes a "char *", but really should
    take a "const char *".  This patch fixes this.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-05-17  Tom Tromey  <tromey@adacore.com>
    
    	* annotate.c (annotate_source): Make "filename" const.
    	* annotate.h (annotate_source): Use const.

commit 87781e8475f8ec80463937130cde48540ff87149
Author: Alan Hayward <alan.hayward@arm.com>
Date:   Fri May 17 16:48:36 2019 +0100

    testsuite: Remove TRANSCRIPT support
    
    TRANSCRIPT is superseeded by the .in, .cmd and .debug files, and
    can be removed.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog
    
    	* README (Running the Testsuite): Change example.
    	(Testsuite Parameters): Remove TRANSCRIPT.
    	* lib/gdb.exp: Remove TRANSCRIPT check.

commit b420b89e4b321ff31f2e76cac499b908f042069b
Author: Alan Hayward <alan.hayward@arm.com>
Date:   Tue Apr 30 16:00:29 2019 +0100

    testsuite: Add replay logging to GDBSERVER_DEBUG
    
    Add "replay" to the list of GDBSERVER_DEBUG options.  This will
    cause a gdbserver.replay file to be written to the test output
    directory.
    
    At the same time switch this to a comma separated list in order
    to easily handle all possible options.
    
    The replay log is created by GDB, but has been added to
    GDBSERVER_DEBUG as it is only required for gdbserver tests. To
    enable it, the gdb_debug_init is overridden to allow the additional
    checking, before calling the original function.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog:
    
            * README (Testsuite Parameters): Add replay logging to
            GDBSERVER_DEBUG.
            (gdbserver,debug): Refer to GDBSERVER_DEBUG.
            * lib/gdbserver-support.exp (gdbserver_start): Treat gdbserverdebug
            as a comma separated list.
            (gdb_debug_init): Override procedure.

commit 408e9b8b9ebeb854baea9aac52fa8df4d41eb53d
Author: Alan Hayward <alan.hayward@arm.com>
Date:   Fri May 17 16:38:02 2019 +0100

    testsuite: Create .cmd files for gdb and gdbserver
    
    When spawning gdb or gdbserver create a .cmd file in the test output
    directory containing the full command line, ensuring the current gdb
    instance is appended to the files so that they can be quickly matched
    to the corresponding gdb.in file.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog:
    
    	* lib/gdb.exp (default_gdb_spawn): Call gdb_write_cmd_file.
    	(gdb_write_cmd_file): New procedure.
    	* lib/gdbserver-support.exp (gdbserver_start): Call
    	gdbserver_write_cmd_file.
    	(gdbserver_write_cmd_file): New proedure.

commit f9e2e39d23495844d998f54a0fccb9d6be7edb0e
Author: Alan Hayward <alan.hayward@arm.com>
Date:   Fri May 17 16:30:09 2019 +0100

    testsuite: Record all gdb input to gdb.in
    
    When debugging testsuite failures, it can be awkward parsing gdb.log to
    obtain all the commands run in order to manually re-run the test.
    
    This patch adds the functionality to save all gdb commands to the file gdb.in
    when the testsuite is run. The file is saved in the directory for the test and
    if gdb is restarted then .1, .2, .3 etc is added to the filename.
    
    Once a test has been run, the .in file can be used to re-run the test in the
    following way:
    
      gdb -x outputs/gdb.store/gdb.in outputs/gdb.store/store
    
    The code works by intercepting send_gdb.  I've added a TYPE to ensure that any
    commands that would destroy the playback are kept from the log (for example the
    Y from an answer to a y/n question).
    
    Adds library function standard_output_file_with_gdb_instance to open a file
    postfixed with count of the gdb instance.  Ensure this count is reset when a new
    .exp script is run.
    
    I've re-run a random selection of .in files to check they do not error. Logs with
    commands such as "attach <pid>" will not directly work when re-run.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog:
    
    	* lib/gdb.exp (gdb_unload): Mark Y as an answer.
    	(delete_breakpoints): Likewise.
    	(gdb_run_cmd): Likewise.
    	(gdb_start_cmd): Likewise.
    	(gdb_starti_cmd): Likewise.
    	(gdb_internal_error_resync): Likewise.
    	(gdb_test_multiple): Likewise.
    	(gdb_reinitialize_dir): Likewise.
    	(default_gdb_exit): Likewise.
    	(gdb_file_cmd): Mark kill as optional.
    	(default_gdb_start): Call gdb_stdin_log_init.
    	(send_gdb): Call gdb_stdin_log_write.
    	(rerun_to_main): Mark Y as an answer.
    	(gdb_stdin_log_init): New function.
    	(gdb_stdin_log_write): Likewise.

commit 81f47ac29f8cdb888f2d81c5daa9bfc4747738aa
Author: Alan Hayward <alan.hayward@arm.com>
Date:   Fri May 17 15:35:08 2019 +0100

    testsuite: Disable some tests when logging
    
    Fix up all failures encountered when running the testsuite with
    GDB_DEBUG="infrun".
    
    Some tests rely on enabling debugging for various components.  With
    debugging on, this will be lost to the debug file.
    
    Disable separate tty for mi tests when debugging.  This currently
    does not work.
    
    disasm.c should send errors to the stderr instead of the logfile.
    
    Note that enabling debug for other components might still cause
    additional errors above what has been fixed here.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    
    	* disasm.c (set_disassembler_options): Send errors to stderr.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog:
    
    	* gdb.base/breakpoint-in-ro-region.exp: Disable when debugging.
    	* gdb.base/debug-expr.exp: Likewise.
    	* gdb.base/foll-fork.exp: Likewise.
    	* gdb.base/foll-vfork.exp: Likewise.
    	* gdb.base/fork-print-inferior-events.exp: Likewise.
    	* gdb.base/gdb-sigterm.exp: Likewise.
    	* gdb.base/gdbinit-history.exp: Likewise.
    	* gdb.base/osabi.exp: Likewise.
    	* gdb.base/sss-bp-on-user-bp-2.exp: Likewise.
    	* gdb.base/ui-redirect.exp: Likewise.
    	* gdb.gdb/unittest.exp: Likewise.
    	* gdb.mi/mi-break.exp: Disable separate-mi-tty when debugging.
    	* gdb.mi/mi-watch.exp: Likewise.
    	* gdb.mi/new-ui-mi-sync.exp: Likewise.
    	* gdb.mi/user-selected-context-sync.exp: Likewise.
    	* gdb.python/python.exp: Disable debug test when debugging.
    	* gdb.threads/check-libthread-db.exp: Disable when debugging.
    	* gdb.threads/signal-while-stepping-over-bp-other-thread.exp:
    	Likewise.
    	* gdb.threads/stepi-random-signal.exp: Likewise.

commit 29b523140ecf72bc3fdf570c71fbda6fe85cf930
Author: Alan Hayward <alan.hayward@arm.com>
Date:   Fri May 17 14:35:23 2019 +0100

    testsuite: Add option to capture GDB debug
    
    Add both board option and environment variable which enables gdb
    debug via a comma separated list and sends it to the file gdb.debug,
    located in the output directory for the current test.  Document this.
    
    Add support for the environment variable in the Makefile.
    
    The testsuite can be run with gdb debug enabled in the following way:
    
    	make check GDB_DEBUG="infrun,target,remote"
    
    A Test with multiple invocations of GDB will all append debug to the
    same log file.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog:
    
    	* Makefile.in: Pass through GDB_DEBUG.
    	* README (Testsuite Parameters): Add GDB_DEBUG.
            (gdb,debug): Add board setting.
     	* lib/gdb.exp (default_gdb_start): Start debugging.
     	(gdb_debug_enabled): New procedure.
     	(gdb_debug_init): Likewise.

commit ca1285d17534cff3041c07ac7841288e1b3ba19c
Author: Alan Hayward <alan.hayward@arm.com>
Date:   Fri May 17 14:15:01 2019 +0100

    Add debug redirect option
    
    Currently, when logging is enabled, output will be sent to both a
    logfile and standard terminal output.  The redirect option sends output
    only to the logfile.  This includes all debug output.
    
    Add the option to redirect debug output seperately to normal
    output, using the cli command:
    
      set logging debugredirect on
    
    By setting this and enabling logging, all output and debug will
    be sent to the logfile.  The user will still see all output but
    no debug output.
    
    This causes a change in behaviour for anyone currently using
    logging redirect, as now only output will be redirected.  Users
    will have to issue the additional command above to also redirect
    debug.
    
    Expand ui-redirect.exp cover the changes.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    
    	* cli/cli-interp.c (struct saved_output_files): Add saved entry.
    	(cli_interp_base::set_logging): Check debug_redirect.
    	* cli/cli-interp.h (set_logging): Add debug_redirect parameter.
    	* cli/cli-logging.c (debug_redirect): Add static variable.
    	(pop_output_files): Add default param.
    	(handle_redirections): Print debug setting.
    	(show_logging_command): Likewise.
    	(_initialize_cli_logging): Add debugredirect command.
    	* interps.c (current_interp_set_logging): Add debug_redirect
    	parameter.
    	* interps.h (set_logging): Add debug_redirect parameter.
    	(current_interp_set_logging): Likewise.
    	* mi/mi-common.h: Likewise.
    	* mi/mi-interp.c (mi_interp::set_logging): Likewise.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog:
    
    	* gdb.base/ui-redirect.exp: Add debug redirect tests.

commit 334fe02b5f9cb1dd3abb0f79856ee1f4285f39c1
Author: John Darrington <john@darrington.wattle.id.au>
Date:   Fri May 17 15:05:44 2019 +0200

    GAS (documentation): Remove trademark acknowledgements.
    
    GNU policy is not to include trademark acknowlegements in
    documentation [1]
    
    [1] https://www.gnu.org/prep/standards/html_node/Trademarks.html
    
    Committing as obvious.
    
    gas/
    
    * doc/c-arm.texi (ARM Options): Remove "(r)" and "(tm)"
    * doc/c-bfin.texi (Blackfin Syntax): Remove "(r)"

commit f3a09c800fcd1d597fa2b9578cb59adfc15b698d
Author: Alan Hayward <alan.hayward@arm.com>
Date:   Fri May 17 14:07:04 2019 +0100

    Change file close behavior for tee_file
    
    Instead of using two bools to decide if the files should close when tee_file
    is closed, make file one stay open and file two close.  This simplifies the
    use cases for it.
    
    Inline the make_logging_output into the calling functions (the logic here
    looks ugly in order to simplify a later change).
    
    Expand ui-redirect.exp to cover the changes, similar to mi-logging.exp.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    
    	* cli/cli-interp.c (cli_interp_base::set_logging): Create tee_file
    	directly.
    	* cli/cli-interp.h (make_logging_output): Remove declaration.
    	* cli/cli-logging.c (make_logging_output): Remove function.
    	* mi/mi-interp.c (mi_interp::set_logging): Create tee_file
    	directly.
    	* ui-file.c (tee_file::tee_file): Remove bools.
    	(tee_file::~tee_file): Remove deletes.
    	* ui-file.h (tee_file): Remove bools.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog:
    
    	* gdb.base/ui-redirect.exp: Test redirection.

commit af4fa23fba220c1b26bb3c8a7996b406dcc181cc
Author: Alan Modra <amodra@gmail.com>
Date:   Fri May 17 19:09:42 2019 +0930

    PR24567, assertion failure in ldlang.c:6868 when compiling with -flto
    
    As the existing comment said: "a common ought to be overridden by a
    def in a -flto object".  This patch makes the code actually do that,
    rather than allowing a normal object file common to override a -flto
    defined symbol.
    
    	PR 24567
    	* plugin.c (plugin_notice): Do not let a common symbol override
    	a non-common definition in IR.

commit 26648588294d039fcf1efbf512d785753cb6286d
Author: Jan Vrany <jan.vrany@fit.cvut.cz>
Date:   Fri May 17 10:58:23 2019 +0100

    MI: Add new command -complete
    
    There is a CLI command 'complete' intended to use with emacs. Such a command
    would also be useful for MI frontends, when separate CLI and MI channels cannot
    be used. For example, on Windows (because of lack of PTYs) or when GDB is used
    through SSH session.
    
    This commit adds a new '-complete' MI command.
    
    gdb/Changelog:
    2019-01-28  Jan Vrany  <jan.vrany@fit.cvut.cz>
    
    	* mi/mi-cmds.h (mi_cmd_complete): New function.
    	* mi/mi-main.c (mi_cmd_complete): Likewise.
    	* mi/mi-cmds.c: Define new MI command -complete.
    	* NEWS: Mention new -complete command.
    
    gdb/doc/ChangeLog:
    2019-01-28  Jan Vrany  <jan.vrany@fit.cvut.cz>
    
    	* gdb.texinfo (Miscellaneous GDB/MI Commands): Document new
    	MI command -complete.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog:
    2019-01-28  Jan Vrany  <jan.vrany@fit.cvut.cz>
    
    	* gdb.mi/mi-complete.exp: New file.
    	* gdb.mi/mi-complete.cc: Likewise.

commit 6e035501e15e72398fcd9db88c97dd30e585a9ae
Author: Jan Vrany <jan.vrany@fit.cvut.cz>
Date:   Fri May 17 10:58:23 2019 +0100

    MI: extract command completion logic from complete_command()
    
    Extract completion logic from CLI complete_command() into a new
    helper function complete().
    
    gdb/Changelog:
    
    	* completer.h (complete): New function.
    	* completer.c (complete): Likewise.
    	* cli/cli-cmds.c: (complete_command): Update to use new complete()
    	function defined in completer.h.

commit 7d0e2ecedef69de0a242ac49a475f6a3968d4476
Author: Jan Vrany <jan.vrany@fit.cvut.cz>
Date:   Fri May 17 10:48:12 2019 +0100

    Add myself to gdb/MAINTAINERS
    
    gdb/Changelog:
    
           * MAINTAINERS (Write After Approval): Add myself.

commit fb816e8b1c8ef6b7b07eb3612bb61bd7ef1ff94f
Author: Tom de Vries <tdevries@suse.de>
Date:   Fri May 17 09:35:19 2019 +0200

    [gdb] Fix heap-use-after-free in typename_concat
    
    When running gdb using AddressSanitizer, and loading a cc1plus binary built
    with profiledbootstrap and -flto, we run into a heap-use-after-free error:
    ...
    $ LD_PRELOAD=/usr/lib64/libasan.so.3 ./gdb -batch cc1plus
    ==26855==ERROR: AddressSanitizer: heap-use-after-free on address \
      0x62100ad8a8b0 at pc 0x7f13803cc9e3 bp 0x7ffe55b0d090 sp 0x7ffe55b0c840
    READ of size 47 at 0x62100ad8a8b0 thread T0
        #0 0x7f13803cc9e2  (/usr/lib64/libasan.so.3+0x3e9e2)
        #1 0x5e7a0d in typename_concat gdb/dwarf2read.c:22661
        #2 0x5c6437 in partial_die_full_name gdb/dwarf2read.c:8876
        #3 0x5c6555 in add_partial_symbol gdb/dwarf2read.c:8893
        #4 0x5c6ecf in add_partial_subprogram gdb/dwarf2read.c:9156
        #5 0x5c5e90 in scan_partial_symbols gdb/dwarf2read.c:8668
        #6 0x5c6c0a in add_partial_namespace gdb/dwarf2read.c:9081
        #7 0x5c5f99 in scan_partial_symbols gdb/dwarf2read.c:8702
        #8 0x5c48b6 in process_psymtab_comp_unit_reader gdb/dwarf2read.c:8056
        #9 0x5c3c1f in init_cutu_and_read_dies gdb/dwarf2read.c:7689
        #10 0x5c4c03 in process_psymtab_comp_unit gdb/dwarf2read.c:8140
        #11 0x5c58a2 in dwarf2_build_psymtabs_hard gdb/dwarf2read.c:8500
        #12 0x5c0d03 in dwarf2_build_psymtabs(objfile*) gdb/dwarf2read.c:6337
        #13 0x612359 in read_psyms gdb/elfread.c:1311
        #14 0x798a64 in require_partial_symbols(objfile*, int) gdb/psymtab.c:115
        #15 0x867d7b in read_symbols gdb/symfile.c:821
        #16 0x8683d9 in syms_from_objfile_1 gdb/symfile.c:1000
        #17 0x8684a1 in syms_from_objfile gdb/symfile.c:1017
        #18 0x868873 in symbol_file_add_with_addrs gdb/symfile.c:1124
        #19 0x868b0a in symbol_file_add_from_bfd(bfd*, char const*, \
                        enum_flags<symfile_add_flag>, std::vector<other_sections, \
    		    std::allocator<other_sections> >*, \
    		    enum_flags<objfile_flag>, objfile*) gdb/symfile.c:1204
        #20 0x868b64 in symbol_file_add(char const*, \
                        enum_flags<symfile_add_flag>, \
    		    std::vector<other_sections, \
    		    std::allocator<other_sections> >*, \
    		    enum_flags<objfile_flag>) gdb/symfile.c:1217
        #21 0x868c39 in symbol_file_add_main_1 gdb/symfile.c:1240
        #22 0x868bd0 in symbol_file_add_main(char const*, \
                        enum_flags<symfile_add_flag>) gdb/symfile.c:1231
        #23 0x71f1b2 in symbol_file_add_main_adapter gdb/main.c:395
        #24 0x71f10e in catch_command_errors gdb/main.c:372
        #25 0x71ff5f in captured_main_1 gdb/main.c:1043
        #26 0x72045d in captured_main gdb/main.c:1163
        #27 0x7204c8 in gdb_main(captured_main_args*) gdb/main.c:1188
        #28 0x40fd7d in main gdb/gdb.c:32
        #29 0x7f137e300f49 in __libc_start_main (/lib64/libc.so.6+0x20f49)
        #30 0x40fc89 in _start (/data/gdb_versions/devel/build/gdb/gdb+0x40fc89)
    
    0x62100ad8a8b0 is located 944 bytes inside of 4064-byte region \
      [0x62100ad8a500,0x62100ad8b4e0)
    freed by thread T0 here:
        #0 0x7f13804523a0 in __interceptor_free (/usr/lib64/libasan.so.3+0xc43a0)
        #1 0x435e44 in xfree<void> gdb/common/common-utils.h:60
        #2 0xa82c25 in call_freefun libiberty/obstack.c:103
        #3 0xa83098 in _obstack_free libiberty/obstack.c:280
        #4 0x4367da in auto_obstack::~auto_obstack() gdb/gdb_obstack.h:101
        #5 0x5ed72c in dwarf2_cu::~dwarf2_cu() gdb/dwarf2read.c:25341
        #6 0x5fb5bb in std::default_delete<dwarf2_cu>::operator()(dwarf2_cu*) const \
                       /usr/include/c++/7/bits/unique_ptr.h:78
        #7 0x5f7334 in std::unique_ptr<dwarf2_cu, \
                       std::default_delete<dwarf2_cu> >::~unique_ptr() \
    		   /usr/include/c++/7/bits/unique_ptr.h:268
        #8 0x5c3ce5 in init_cutu_and_read_dies gdb/dwarf2read.c:7624
        #9 0x5c4c03 in process_psymtab_comp_unit gdb/dwarf2read.c:8140
        #10 0x5c58a2 in dwarf2_build_psymtabs_hard gdb/dwarf2read.c:8500
        #11 0x5c0d03 in dwarf2_build_psymtabs(objfile*) gdb/dwarf2read.c:6337
        #12 0x612359 in read_psyms gdb/elfread.c:1311
        #13 0x798a64 in require_partial_symbols(objfile*, int) gdb/psymtab.c:115
        #14 0x867d7b in read_symbols gdb/symfile.c:821
        #15 0x8683d9 in syms_from_objfile_1 gdb/symfile.c:1000
        #16 0x8684a1 in syms_from_objfile gdb/symfile.c:1017
        #17 0x868873 in symbol_file_add_with_addrs gdb/symfile.c:1124
        #18 0x868b0a in symbol_file_add_from_bfd(bfd*, char const*, \
                        enum_flags<symfile_add_flag>, std::vector<other_sections,  \
    		    std::allocator<other_sections> >*, \
    		    enum_flags<objfile_flag>, objfile*) gdb/symfile.c:1204
        #19 0x868b64 in symbol_file_add(char const*, \
                        enum_flags<symfile_add_flag>, std::vector<other_sections, \
    		    std::allocator<other_sections> >*, \
    		    enum_flags<objfile_flag>) gdb/symfile.c:1217
        #20 0x868c39 in symbol_file_add_main_1 gdb/symfile.c:1240
        #21 0x868bd0 in symbol_file_add_main(char const*, \
                        enum_flags<symfile_add_flag>) gdb/symfile.c:1231
        #22 0x71f1b2 in symbol_file_add_main_adapter gdb/main.c:395
        #23 0x71f10e in catch_command_errors gdb/main.c:372
        #24 0x71ff5f in captured_main_1 gdb/main.c:1043
        #25 0x72045d in captured_main gdb/main.c:1163
        #26 0x7204c8 in gdb_main(captured_main_args*) gdb/main.c:1188
        #27 0x40fd7d in main gdb/gdb.c:32
        #28 0x7f137e300f49 in __libc_start_main (/lib64/libc.so.6+0x20f49)
    
    previously allocated by thread T0 here:
        #0 0x7f13804526b8 in __interceptor_malloc (/usr/lib64/libasan.so.3+0xc46b8)
        #1 0x5114b5 in xmalloc gdb/common/common-utils.c:44
        #2 0xa82bd5 in call_chunkfun libiberty/obstack.c:94
        #3 0xa82eda in _obstack_newchunk libiberty/obstack.c:206
        #4 0x477310 in allocate_on_obstack::operator new(unsigned long, obstack*) \
                       gdb/gdb_obstack.h:117
        #5 0x5dea8c in load_partial_dies gdb/dwarf2read.c:18571
        #6 0x5c487f in process_psymtab_comp_unit_reader gdb/dwarf2read.c:8054
        #7 0x5c3c1f in init_cutu_and_read_dies gdb/dwarf2read.c:7689
        #8 0x5c4c03 in process_psymtab_comp_unit gdb/dwarf2read.c:8140
        #9 0x5c58a2 in dwarf2_build_psymtabs_hard gdb/dwarf2read.c:8500
        #10 0x5c0d03 in dwarf2_build_psymtabs(objfile*) gdb/dwarf2read.c:6337
        #11 0x612359 in read_psyms gdb/elfread.c:1311
        #12 0x798a64 in require_partial_symbols(objfile*, int) gdb/psymtab.c:115
        #13 0x867d7b in read_symbols gdb/symfile.c:821
        #14 0x8683d9 in syms_from_objfile_1 gdb/symfile.c:1000
        #15 0x8684a1 in syms_from_objfile gdb/symfile.c:1017
        #16 0x868873 in symbol_file_add_with_addrs gdb/symfile.c:1124
        #17 0x868b0a in symbol_file_add_from_bfd(bfd*, char const*, \
                        enum_flags<symfile_add_flag>, \
    		    std::vector<other_sections, \
    		    std::allocator<other_sections> >*, \
    		    enum_flags<objfile_flag>, objfile*) gdb/symfile.c:1204
        #18 0x868b64 in symbol_file_add(char const*, enum_flags<symfile_add_flag>, \
                        std::vector<other_sections, \
    		    std::allocator<other_sections> >*, \
    		    enum_flags<objfile_flag>) gdb/symfile.c:1217
        #19 0x868c39 in symbol_file_add_main_1 gdb/symfile.c:1240
        #20 0x868bd0 in symbol_file_add_main(char const*, \
                        enum_flags<symfile_add_flag>) gdb/symfile.c:1231
        #21 0x71f1b2 in symbol_file_add_main_adapter gdb/main.c:395
        #22 0x71f10e in catch_command_errors gdb/main.c:372
        #23 0x71ff5f in captured_main_1 gdb/main.c:1043
        #24 0x72045d in captured_main gdb/main.c:1163
        #25 0x7204c8 in gdb_main(captured_main_args*) gdb/main.c:1188
        #26 0x40fd7d in main gdb/gdb.c:32
        #27 0x7f137e300f49 in __libc_start_main (/lib64/libc.so.6+0x20f49)
    ...
    
    This error happens as follows.
    
    The function find_partial_die has a cu argument, but returns a pdi which may
    or may not be from that cu:
    ...
    /* Find a partial DIE at OFFSET, which may or may not be in CU,
       except in the case of .debug_types DIEs which do not reference
       outside their CU (they do however referencing other types via
       DW_FORM_ref_sig8).  */
    
    static struct partial_die_info *
    find_partial_die (sect_offset sect_off, int offset_in_dwz, struct dwarf2_cu *cu)
    ...
    
    So the pdi returned by find_partial_die here in partial_die_parent_scope may
    be from another cu:
    ...
    partial_die_parent_scope (struct partial_die_info *pdi,
                              struct dwarf2_cu *cu)
    {
      const char *grandparent_scope;
      struct partial_die_info *parent, *real_pdi;
    
      /* We need to look at our parent DIE; if we have a DW_AT_specification,
         then this means the parent of the specification DIE.  */
    
      real_pdi = pdi;
      while (real_pdi->has_specification)
        real_pdi = find_partial_die (real_pdi->spec_offset,
                                     real_pdi->spec_is_dwz, cu);
    
      parent = real_pdi->die_parent;
    ...
    in which case both real_pdi and parent will be not from cu, but from another
    one, say cu2.
    
    Subsequently, cu's comp_unit_obstack is used to set parent->scope:
    ...
            parent->scope = typename_concat (&cu->comp_unit_obstack,
                                             grandparent_scope,
                                             parent->name, 0, cu);
    ...
    
    So, we use cu->comp_unit_obstack to assign a value to the scope field of
    a pdi belonging to cu2, and when cu is deleted, the scope field points to a
    freed value.
    
    Fix this by making find_partial_die return the cu corresponding to the
    returned pdi, and handling this at the call sites.
    
    Tested on x86_64-linux.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    
    2019-05-17  Tom de Vries  <tdevries@suse.de>
    
    	PR gdb/24094
    	* dwarf2read.c (struct cu_partial_die_info): New struct.
    	(find_partial_die): Return cu_partial_die_info.
    	(partial_die_parent_scope, guess_partial_die_structure_name)
    	(partial_die_info::fixup): Handle new return type of find_partial_die.

commit 6275948b473f6ed3149e97bc18f6f8de28bb3f04
Author: GDB Administrator <gdbadmin@sourceware.org>
Date:   Fri May 17 00:00:14 2019 +0000

    Automatic date update in version.in

commit 677052f2a5c67f1d9b2e6d1b2a2149b5f0c20cd0
Author: Sergio Durigan Junior <sergiodj@redhat.com>
Date:   Thu May 16 16:23:24 2019 -0400

    Make stap-probe.c:stap_parse_register_operand's "regname" an std::string
    
    This patch simplifies the code of
    stap-probe.c:stap_parse_register_operand by making "regname" an
    std::string.  No functionality change.
    
    I'm this code's maintainer, so I'm pushing this as it's a fairly
    trivial patch.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    2019-05-16  Sergio Durigan Junior  <sergiodj@redhat.com>
    
    	* stap-probe.c (stap_parse_register_operand): Make "regname" an
    	"std::string", simplifying the algorithm.

commit f3da9116654bb2e899063a0aa9e11c2606b38fff
Author: Sergio Durigan Junior <sergiodj@redhat.com>
Date:   Thu May 16 16:20:39 2019 -0400

    Fix complaint string formatting on stap-probe.c
    
    I think the string formatting for complaints was messed up by Tom's
    patch to simplify the complaint mechanism.  This small and trivial
    patch fixes them.
    
    Pushed as obvious.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    2019-05-16  Sergio Durigan Junior  <sergiodj@redhat.com>
    
    	* stap-probe.c (handle_stap_probe): Fix complaint formatting.
    	(stap_static_probe_ops::get_probes): Likewise.

commit f1bb75ab2a68b7d0878966f5a945eb7d33a48280
Author: Sergio Durigan Junior <sergiodj@redhat.com>
Date:   Thu May 16 16:17:30 2019 -0400

    Slightly improve logic of some operations on stap-probe.c
    
    This patch contains three very small improvement on the logic of some
    operations we do on stap-probe.c.  They don't change what the code
    does.
    
    Pushed as obvious.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    2019-05-16  Sergio Durigan Junior  <sergiodj@redhat.com>
    
    	* stap-probe.c (stap_parse_register_operand): Make "if (*p->arg ==
    	'-')" and "else if".
    	(stap_parse_single_operand): Join checks for
    	"gdbarch_stap_parse_special_token_p" and
    	"gdbarch_stap_parse_special_token" in the same "if" statement.
    	Invert check when verifying for operation on register
    	displacement.

commit 3ca58cdea13ddad01d70aa170eb419903b241b94
Author: Sergio Durigan Junior <sergiodj@redhat.com>
Date:   Thu May 16 16:11:20 2019 -0400

    Update some comments on stap-probe.c
    
    Some functions's comments were not entirely correct on stap-probe.c,
    so this patch updates them.
    
    Pushed as obvious.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    2019-05-16  Sergio Durigan Junior  <sergiodj@redhat.com>
    
    	* stap-probe.c (stap_get_opcode): Update comment.
    	(stap_get_expected_argument_type): Likewise.
    	(handle_stap_probe): Likewise.

commit af2d9beee989c7b75de849d9c08629a1e3f567ad
Author: Sergio Durigan Junior <sergiodj@redhat.com>
Date:   Thu May 16 15:58:55 2019 -0400

    Bool-ify stap-probe.c and stap-related code on i386-tdep.c
    
    This simple patch converts a bunch of "int"s to "bool" on stap-probe.c
    and on the stap-related code present on i386-tdep.c.
    
    Pushed as obvious (+ I'm the maintainer of this code).
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    2019-05-16  Sergio Durigan Junior  <sergiodj@redhat.com>
    
    	* i386-tdep.c (i386_stap_parse_special_token_triplet): Change
    	return type to 'bool'.  Adjust comment.  Use 'bool' when
    	appropriate.
    	(i386_stap_parse_special_token_three_arg_disp): Likewise.
    	* stap-probe.c (stap_parse_argument_1): Likewise.
    	(stap_is_operator): Likewise.
    	(stap_is_generic_prefix): Likewise.
    	(stap_is_register_prefix): Likewise.
    	(stap_is_register_indirection_prefix): Likewise.
    	(stap_is_integer_prefix): Likewise.
    	(stap_generic_check_suffix): Likewise.
    	(stap_check_integer_suffix): Likewise.
    	(stap_check_register_suffix): Likewise.
    	(stap_check_register_indirection_suffix): Likewise.
    	(stap_parse_register_operand): Likewise.
    	(stap_parse_single_operand): Likewise.
    	(stap_parse_argument_1): Likewise.
    	(stap_probe::get_argument_count): Likewise.
    	(stap_is_operator): Likewise.

commit 61c9c4212daa0be96503b9069da387aebf9cba04
Author: Tom Tromey <tromey@adacore.com>
Date:   Thu May 16 10:45:57 2019 -0600

    Fix darwin-nat.c build
    
    John Marshall pointed out that darwin-nat.c fails to build:
    
        CXX    darwin-nat.o
        ../../../binutils-gdb/gdb/darwin-nat.c:1709:8: error: must use 'class' tag to refer to type 'thread_info' in this scope
        for (thread_info *it : all_threads ())
        /Applications/Xcode.app/Contents/Developer/Platforms/MacOSX.platform/Developer/SDKs/MacOSX10.14.sdk/usr/include/mach/thread_act.h:240:15: note:
        class 'thread_info' is hidden by a non-type declaration of 'thread_info' here
        kern_return_t thread_info
    
        Mach has a thread_info() function declared in that header, which darwin-nat.c #includes.
    
    This patch fixes the problem by reintroducing the struct keyword.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-05-16  Tom Tromey  <tromey@adacore.com>
    
    	* darwin-nat.c (thread_info_from_private_thread_info): Add struct
    	keyword to foreach.

commit 64c350f2b7930050b869fd3268547452316a19ac
Author: Andre Vieira <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
Date:   Thu May 16 16:10:22 2019 +0100

    [PATCH, GAS, Arm] Refactor check_simd_pred_availability
    
    gas/ChangeLog:
    2019-05-16  Andre Vieira  <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
    
    	* config/tc-arm.c (check_simd_pred_availability): Refactor.
    	(do_neon_dyadic_i_su): Refactor use of check_simd_pred_availability.
    	(do_neon_dyadic_i64_su): Likewise.
    	(do_neon_shl): Likewise.
    	(do_neon_qshl): Likewise.
    	(do_neon_rshl): Likewise.
    	(do_neon_logic): Likewise.
    	(do_neon_dyadic_if_su): Likewise.
    	(do_neon_addsub_if_i): Likewise.
    	(do_neon_mac_maybe_scalar): Likewise.
    	(do_neon_fmac): Likewise.
    	(do_neon_mul): Likewise.
    	(do_neon_qdmulh): Likewise.
    	(do_neon_qrdmlah): Likewise.
    	(do_neon_abs_neg): Likewise.
    	(do_neon_sli): Likewise.
    	(do_neon_sri): Likewise.
    	(do_neon_qshlu_imm): Likewise.
    	(do_neon_cvt_1): Likewise.
    	(do_neon_cvttb_1): Likewise.
    	(do_neon_mvn): Likewise.
    	(do_neon_rev): Likewise.
    	(do_neon_dup): Likewise.
    	(do_neon_mov): Likewise.
    	(do_neon_rshift_round_imm): Likewise.
    	(do_neon_sat_abs_neg): Likewise.
    	(do_neon_cls): Likewise.
    	(do_neon_clz): Likewise.
    	(do_vmaxnm): Likewise.
    	(do_vrint_1): Likewise.
    	(do_vcmla): Likewise.
    	(do_vcadd): Likewise.

commit 514bbb0fd96e0742bdef8c6c706e5a030323d198
Author: Andre Vieira <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
Date:   Thu May 16 16:08:36 2019 +0100

    [PATCH, binutils, Arm] Add Armv8.1-M Mainline and MVE enablement to NEWS
    
    gas/ChangeLog:
    2019-05-16  Andre Vieira  <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
    
    	* NEWS: Mention Armv8.1-M Mainline and MVE.
    
    binutils/ChangeLog:
    2019-05-16  Andre Vieira  <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
    
    	* NEWS: Mention Armv8.1-M Mainline and MVE.

commit 4d6ac854515b14ac5304c1553d37f9b1d78ca333
Author: Andre Vieira <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
Date:   Thu May 16 16:06:29 2019 +0100

    [PATCH 57/57][Arm][GAS] MVE Tests
    
    gas/ChangeLog:
    2019-05-16  Andre Vieira  <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
    
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-tailpredloop.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-tailpredloop.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vabav.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vabav.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vabd.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vabd.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vabsneg.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vabsneg.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vadc.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vadc.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vaddlv.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vaddlv.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vaddsub.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vaddsub.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vaddv.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vaddv.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vand.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vand.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vbic.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vbic.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vbrsr.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vbrsr.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vcadd.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vcadd.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vcls.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vcls.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vclz.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vclz.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vcmla.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vcmla.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vcmp.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vcmp.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vcmul.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vcmul.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vcvt-1.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vcvt-1.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vcvt-2.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vcvt-2.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vcvt-3.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vcvt-3.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vcvt-4.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vcvt-4.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vddup.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vddup.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vdup.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vdup.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-veor.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-veor.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vfma-vfms.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vfma-vfms.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vfmas.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vfmas.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vhadd-vhsub-vrhadd.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vhadd-vhsub-vrhadd.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vhcadd.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vhcadd.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vmax-vmin.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vmax-vmin.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vmaxa-vmina.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vmaxa-vmina.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vmaxnm-vminnm.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vmaxnm-vminnm.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vmaxnma-vminnma.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vmaxnmv-vminnmv.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vmaxnmv-vminnmv.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vmaxv-vminv.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vmaxv-vminv.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vmla.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vmla.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vmladav.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vmladav.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vmlaldav.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vmlaldav.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vmlalv.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vmlalv.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vmlas.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vmlas.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vmlav.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vmlav.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vmlsdav.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vmlsdav.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vmlsldav.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vmlsldav.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vmov-1.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vmov-1.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vmov-2.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vmov-2.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vmul.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vmul.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vmulh.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vmulh.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vmullbt.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vmullbt.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vmvn.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vmvn.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vorn.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vorn.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vorr.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vorr.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vpnot.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vpnot.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vpsel.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vpsel.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vpt.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vpt.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vqabsneg.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vqaddsub.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vqaddsub.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vqdmladh.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vqdmladh.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vqdmlah.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vqdmlah.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vqdmlash.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vqdmlash.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vqdmlsdh.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vqdmlsdh.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vqdmulh.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vqdmulh.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vqdmull.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vqdmull.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vqmovn.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vqmovn.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vqrshl.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vqrshl.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vqrshrn.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vqrshrn.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vqshl.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vqshl.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vrev.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vrev.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vrint.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vrint.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vrmlaldavh.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vrmlaldavh.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vrshl.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vrshl.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vsbc.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vsbc.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vshl.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vshl.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vshlc.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vshlc.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vshll.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vshll.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vshr.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vshr.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vshrn.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vshrn.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vsli.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vsli.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vsri.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vsri.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vstld.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vstld.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vstrldr-1.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vstrldr-1.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vstrldr-2.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vstrldr-2.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vstrldr-3.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vstrldr-3.s: New test.

commit 14b456f2a011b28d8136a64022f2a418391054e3
Author: Andre Vieira <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
Date:   Thu May 16 14:48:34 2019 +0100

    [PATCH 56/57][Arm][OBJDUMP] Add support for MVE instructions: vpnot, vpsel, vqabs, vqadd, vqsub, vqneg and vrev
    
    opcodes/ChangeLog:
    2019-05-16  Andre Vieira  <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
    	    Michael Collison <michael.collison@arm.com>
    
    	* arm-dis.c (thumb32_opcodes): Add new instructions.
    	(enum mve_instructions): Likewise.
    	(enum mve_undefined): Add new reasons.
    	(is_mve_encoding_conflict): Handle new instructions.
    	(is_mve_undefined): Likewise.
    	(is_mve_unpredictable): Likewise.
    	(print_mve_undefined): Likewise.
    	(print_mve_size): Likewise.

commit f49bb598d96fd66bb6f2e9b14951f094e3d29396
Author: Andre Vieira <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
Date:   Thu May 16 14:47:12 2019 +0100

    [PATCH 55/57][Arm][OBJDUMP] Add support for MVE instructions: vmul, vmulh, vrmulh and vneg
    
    opcodes/ChangeLog:
    2019-05-16  Andre Vieira  <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
    	    Michael Collison <michael.collison@arm.com>
    
    	* arm-dis.c (thumb32_opcodes): Add new instructions.
    	(enum mve_instructions): Likewise.
    	(is_mve_encoding_conflict): Handle new instructions.
    	(is_mve_undefined): Likewise.
    	(is_mve_unpredictable): Likewise.
    	(print_mve_size): Likewise.

commit 56858bea624ab405d53379ae25f433880ecafc68
Author: Andre Vieira <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
Date:   Thu May 16 14:45:17 2019 +0100

    [PATCH 54/57][Arm][OBJDUMP] Add support for MVE instructions: vmax(a), vmax(a)v, vmaxnm(a), vmaxnm(a)v, vmin(a), vmin(a)v, vminnm(a), vminnm(a)v and vmla
    
    opcodes/ChangeLog:
    2019-05-16  Andre Vieira  <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
    	    Michael Collison <michael.collison@arm.com>
    
    	* arm-dis.c (thumb32_opcodes): Add new instructions.
    	(enum mve_instructions): Likewise.
    	(is_mve_encoding_conflict): Likewise.
    	(is_mve_unpredictable): Likewise.
    	(print_mve_size): Likewise.

commit e523f10159d469dc0ca77069d092411f200685a1
Author: Andre Vieira <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
Date:   Thu May 16 14:44:19 2019 +0100

    [PATCH 53/57][Arm][OBJDUMP] Add support for MVE instructions: vand, vbrsr, vcls, vclz and vctp
    
    opcodes/ChangeLog:
    2019-05-16  Andre Vieira  <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
    	    Michael Collison <michael.collison@arm.com>
    
    	* arm-dis.c (thumb32_opcodes): Add new instructions.
    	(enum mve_instructions): Likewise.
    	(is_mve_encoding_conflict): Handle new instructions.
    	(is_mve_undefined): Likewise.
    	(is_mve_unpredictable): Likewise.
    	(print_mve_size): Likewise.

commit 66dcaa5d55eb39471d962bb949df009a9ea3f959
Author: Andre Vieira <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
Date:   Thu May 16 14:42:53 2019 +0100

    [PATCH 52/57][Arm][OBJDUMP] Add support for MVE instructions: vadc, vabav, vabd, vabs, vadd, vsbc and vsub
    
    opcodes/ChangeLog:
    2019-05-16  Andre Vieira  <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
    	    Michael Collison <michael.collison@arm.com>
    
    	* arm-dis.c (thumb32_opcodes): Add new instructions.
    	(enum mve_instructions): Likewise.
    	(is_mve_encoding_conflict): Handle new instructions.
    	(is_mve_undefined): Likewise.
    	(is_mve_unpredictable): Likewise.
    	(print_mve_size): Likewise.
    	(print_insn_mve): Likewise.

commit d052b9b7cb90e0f76e35b0cf3c44e9b168b158c2
Author: Andre Vieira <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
Date:   Thu May 16 14:41:41 2019 +0100

    [PATCH 51/57][Arm][OBJDUMP] Add support for MVE instructions: lctp, letp, wlstp and dlstp
    
    opcodes/ChangeLog:
    2019-05-16  Andre Vieira  <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
    	    Michael Collison <michael.collison@arm.com>
    
    	* arm-dis.c (thumb32_opcodes): Add new instructions.
    	(print_insn_thumb32): Handle new instructions.

commit ed63aa178c4b5e47eb8658813b2a3b621b7a092b
Author: Andre Vieira <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
Date:   Thu May 16 14:39:12 2019 +0100

    [PATCH 50/57][Arm][OBJDUMP] Add support for MVE shift instructions
    
    opcodes/ChangeLog:
    2019-05-16  Andre Vieira  <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
    	    Michael Collison <michael.collison@arm.com>
    
    	* arm-dis.c (enum mve_instructions): Add new instructions.
    	(enum mve_undefined): Add new reasons.
    	(is_mve_encoding_conflict): Handle new instructions.
    	(is_mve_undefined): Likewise.
    	(is_mve_unpredictable): Likewise.
    	(print_mve_undefined): Likewise.
    	(print_mve_size): Likewise.
    	(print_mve_shift_n): Likewise.
    	(print_insn_mve): Likewise.

commit 897b9bbcffa894bd3f3664d7f1b666379493d9b2
Author: Andre Vieira <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
Date:   Thu May 16 14:34:44 2019 +0100

    [PATCH 49/57][Arm][OBJDUMP] Add support for MVE complex number instructions
    
    opcodes/ChangeLog:
    2019-05-16  Andre Vieira  <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
    	    Michael Collison <michael.collison@arm.com>
    
    	* arm-dis.c (enum mve_instructions): Add new instructions.
    	(is_mve_encoding_conflict): Handle new instructions.
    	(is_mve_unpredictable): Likewise.
    	(print_mve_rotate): Likewise.
    	(print_mve_size): Likewise.
    	(print_insn_mve): Likewise.

commit 1c8f2df85f56d8f3213667e2a11cd480f2a26667
Author: Andre Vieira <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
Date:   Thu May 16 14:33:36 2019 +0100

    [PATCH 48/57][Arm][OBJDUMP] Add support for MVE instructions: vddup, vdwdup, vidup and viwdup
    
    opcodes/ChangeLog:
    2019-05-16  Andre Vieira  <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
    	    Michael Collison <michael.collison@arm.com>
    
    	* arm-dis.c (enum mve_instructions): Add new instructions.
    	(is_mve_encoding_conflict): Handle new instructions.
    	(is_mve_unpredictable): Likewise.
    	(print_mve_size): Likewise.
    	(print_insn_mve): Likewise.

commit d3b6314397347943f40cdbf6efe34e209a162cc0
Author: Andre Vieira <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
Date:   Thu May 16 14:32:01 2019 +0100

    [PATCH 47/57][Arm][OBJDUMP] Add support for MVE instructions: vaddv, vmlaldav, vmladav, vmlas, vrmlsldavh, vmlsldav, vmlsdav, vrmlaldavh, vqdmlah, vqrdmlash, vqrdmlash, vqdmlsdh, vqrdmlsdh, vqdmulh and vqrdmulh
    
    opcodes/ChangeLog:
    2019-05-16  Andre Vieira  <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
    	    Michael Collison <michael.collison@arm.com>
    
    	* arm-dis.c (enum mve_instructions): Add new instructions.
    	(enum mve_undefined): Add new reasons.
    	(is_mve_encoding_conflict): Handle new instructions.
    	(is_mve_undefined): Likewise.
    	(is_mve_unpredictable): Likewise.
    	(print_mve_undefined): Likewise.
    	(print_mve_size): Likewise.
    	(print_insn_mve): Likewise.

commit 14925797f833c9f4eedab98c7c50961d180aa03f
Author: Andre Vieira <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
Date:   Thu May 16 14:30:38 2019 +0100

    [PATCH 46/57][Arm][OBJDUMP] Add support for MVE instructions: vmovl, vmull, vqdmull, vqmovn, vqmovun and vmovn
    
    opcodes/ChangeLog:
    2019-05-16  Andre Vieira  <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
    	    Michael Collison <michael.collison@arm.com>
    
    	* arm-dis.c (enum mve_instructions): Add new instructions.
    	(is_mve_encoding_conflict): Handle new instructions.
    	(is_mve_undefined): Likewise.
    	(is_mve_unpredictable): Likewise.
    	(print_mve_size): Likewise.
    	(print_insn_mve): Likewise.

commit c507f10b0711f24e1b82b8bd096e605317cf77fe
Author: Andre Vieira <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
Date:   Thu May 16 14:29:36 2019 +0100

    [PATCH 45/57][Arm][OBJDUMP] Add support for MVE instructions: vmov, vmvn, vorr, vorn, vmovx and vbic
    
    opcodes/ChangeLog:
    2019-05-16  Andre Vieira  <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
    	    Michael Collison <michael.collison@arm.com>
    
    	* arm-dis.c (enum mve_instructions): Add new instructions.
    	(enum mve_unpredictable): Add new reasons.
    	(enum mve_undefined): Likewise.
    	(is_mve_okay_in_it): Handle new isntructions.
    	(is_mve_encoding_conflict): Likewise.
    	(is_mve_undefined): Likewise.
    	(is_mve_unpredictable): Likewise.
    	(print_mve_vmov_index): Likewise.
    	(print_simd_imm8): Likewise.
    	(print_mve_undefined): Likewise.
    	(print_mve_unpredictable): Likewise.
    	(print_mve_size): Likewise.
    	(print_insn_mve): Likewise.

commit bf0b396de71b76c02f6dd37e61e4044cdccb28d3
Author: Andre Vieira <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
Date:   Thu May 16 14:08:17 2019 +0100

    [PATCH 44/57][Arm][OBJDUMP] Add support for MVE instructions: vcvt and vrint
    
    opcodes/ChangeLog:
    2019-05-16  Andre Vieira  <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
    	    Michael Collison <michael.collison@arm.com>
    
    	* arm-dis.c (enum mve_instructions): Add new instructions.
    	(enum mve_unpredictable): Add new reasons.
    	(enum mve_undefined): Likewise.
    	(is_mve_encoding_conflict): Handle new instructions.
    	(is_mve_undefined): Likewise.
    	(is_mve_unpredictable): Likewise.
    	(print_mve_undefined): Likewise.
    	(print_mve_unpredictable): Likewise.
    	(print_mve_rounding_mode): Likewise.
    	(print_mve_vcvt_size): Likewise.
    	(print_mve_size): Likewise.
    	(print_insn_mve): Likewise.

commit ef1576a1b5f14276b44ee4c0fc259832ca0dfd99
Author: Andre Vieira <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
Date:   Thu May 16 14:06:46 2019 +0100

    [PATCH 43/57][Arm][OBJDUMP] Add support for MVE instructions: scatter stores and gather loads
    
    opcodes/ChangeLog:
    2019-05-16  Andre Vieira  <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
    	    Michael Collison <michael.collison@arm.com>
    
    	* arm-dis.c (enum mve_instructions): Add new instructions.
    	(enum mve_unpredictable): Add new reasons.
    	(enum mve_undefined): Likewise.
    	(is_mve_undefined): Handle new instructions.
    	(is_mve_unpredictable): Likewise.
    	(print_mve_undefined): Likewise.
    	(print_mve_unpredictable): Likewise.
    	(print_mve_size): Likewise.
    	(print_insn_mve): Likewise.

commit aef6d006581cab8a858e7abd36c57e73ea6e97a2
Author: Andre Vieira <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
Date:   Thu May 16 14:05:38 2019 +0100

    [PATCH 42/57][Arm][OBJDUMP] Add support for MVE instructions: vldr[bhw] and vstr[bhw]
    
    opcodes/ChangeLog:
    2019-05-16  Andre Vieira  <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
    	    Michael Collison <michael.collison@arm.com>
    
    	* arm-dis.c (enum mve_instructions): Add new instructions.
    	(enum mve_undefined): Add new reasons.
    	(insns): Add new instructions.
    	(is_mve_encoding_conflict):
    	(print_mve_vld_str_addr): New print function.
    	(is_mve_undefined): Handle new instructions.
    	(is_mve_unpredictable): Likewise.
    	(print_mve_undefined): Likewise.
    	(print_mve_size): Likewise.
    	(print_insn_coprocessor_1): Handle MVE VLDR, VSTR instructions.
    	(print_insn_mve):  Handle new operands.

commit 04d54ace12e77deb8b1d26541de0f2cbc11880f5
Author: Andre Vieira <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
Date:   Thu May 16 14:04:35 2019 +0100

    [PATCH 41/57][Arm][OBJDUMP] Add support for MVE instructions: vld[24] and vst[24]
    
    opcodes/ChangeLog:
    2019-05-16  Andre Vieira  <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
    	    Michael Collison <michael.collison@arm.com>
    
    	* arm-dis.c (enum mve_instructions): Add new instructions.
    	(enum mve_unpredictable): Add new reasons.
    	(is_mve_encoding_conflict): Handle new instructions.
    	(is_mve_unpredictable): Likewise.
    	(mve_opcodes): Add new instructions.
    	(print_mve_unpredictable): Handle new reasons.
    	(print_mve_register_blocks): New print function.
    	(print_mve_size): Handle new instructions.
    	(print_insn_mve): Likewise.

commit 9743db035e9bc256b5accdcbdecd7d1e9b41d4be
Author: Andre Vieira <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
Date:   Thu May 16 14:02:05 2019 +0100

    [PATCH 40/57][Arm][OBJDUMP] Add support for MVE instructions: vdup, veor, vfma, vfms, vhadd, vhsub and vrhadd
    
    opcodes/ChangeLog:
    2019-05-16  Andre Vieira  <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
    	    Michael Collison <michael.collison@arm.com>
    
    	* arm-dis.c (enum mve_instructions): Add new instructions.
    	(enum mve_unpredictable): Add new reasons.
    	(enum mve_undefined): Likewise.
    	(is_mve_encoding_conflict): Handle new instructions.
    	(is_mve_undefined): Likewise.
    	(is_mve_unpredictable): Likewise.
    	(coprocessor_opcodes): Move NEON VDUP from here...
    	(neon_opcodes): ... to here.
    	(mve_opcodes): Add new instructions.
    	(print_mve_undefined):  Handle new reasons.
    	(print_mve_unpredictable): Likewise.
    	(print_mve_size): Handle new instructions.
    	(print_insn_neon): Handle vdup.
    	(print_insn_mve): Handle new operands.

commit 143275ea7e56baf5ad7a736698b79a90b473183a
Author: Andre Vieira <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
Date:   Thu May 16 13:57:57 2019 +0100

    [PATCH 39/57][Arm][OBJDUMP] Add support for MVE instructions: vpt, vpst and vcmp
    
    opcodes/ChangeLog:
    2019-05-16  Andre Vieira  <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
    	    Michael Collison <michael.collison@arm.com>
    
    	* arm-dis.c (enum mve_instructions): Add new instructions.
    	(enum mve_unpredictable): Add new values.
    	(mve_opcodes): Add new instructions.
    	(vec_condnames): New array with vector conditions.
    	(mve_predicatenames): New array with predicate suffixes.
    	(mve_vec_sizename): New array with vector sizes.
    	(enum vpt_pred_state): New enum with vector predication states.
    	(struct vpt_block): New struct type for vpt blocks.
    	(vpt_block_state): Global struct to keep track of state.
    	(mve_extract_pred_mask): New helper function.
    	(num_instructions_vpt_block): Likewise.
    	(mark_outside_vpt_block): Likewise.
    	(mark_inside_vpt_block): Likewise.
    	(invert_next_predicate_state): Likewise.
    	(update_next_predicate_state): Likewise.
    	(update_vpt_block_state): Likewise.
    	(is_vpt_instruction): Likewise.
    	(is_mve_encoding_conflict): Add entries for new instructions.
    	(is_mve_unpredictable): Likewise.
    	(print_mve_unpredictable): Handle new cases.
    	(print_instruction_predicate): Likewise.
    	(print_mve_size): New function.
    	(print_vec_condition): New function.
    	(print_insn_mve): Handle vpt blocks and new print operands.

commit f08d8ce3cd39f34f26dbc681d873e59a0d7e6780
Author: Andre Vieira <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
Date:   Thu May 16 13:55:20 2019 +0100

    [PATCH 38/57][Arm][OBJDUMP] Disable the use of MVE reserved coproc numbers in coprocessor instructions
    
    opcodes/ChangeLog:
    2019-05-16  Andre Vieira  <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
    
    	* arm-dis.c (print_insn_coprocessor_1): Disable the use of coprocessors
    	8, 14 and 15 for Armv8.1-M Mainline.

commit 73cd51e51b294af9591ecc2e8a28a9bec4f466b3
Author: Andre Vieira <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
Date:   Thu May 16 13:54:24 2019 +0100

    [PATCH 37/57][Arm][OBJDUMP] Add framework for MVE instructions
    
    opcodes/ChangeLog:
    2019-05-16  Andre Vieira  <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
    	    Michael Collison <michael.collison@arm.com>
    
    	* arm-dis.c (enum mve_instructions): New enum.
    	(enum mve_unpredictable): Likewise.
    	(enum mve_undefined): Likewise.
    	(struct mopcode32): New struct.
    	(is_mve_okay_in_it): New function.
    	(is_mve_architecture): Likewise.
    	(arm_decode_field): Likewise.
    	(arm_decode_field_multiple): Likewise.
    	(is_mve_encoding_conflict): Likewise.
    	(is_mve_undefined): Likewise.
    	(is_mve_unpredictable): Likewise.
    	(print_mve_undefined): Likewise.
    	(print_mve_unpredictable): Likewise.
    	(print_insn_coprocessor_1): Use arm_decode_field_multiple.
    	(print_insn_mve): New function.
    	(print_insn_thumb32): Handle MVE architecture.
    	(select_arm_features): Force thumb for Armv8.1-m Mainline.

commit 1f6234a335eab15c3ad878338b5256b5bdc190ab
Author: Andre Vieira <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
Date:   Thu May 16 13:52:51 2019 +0100

    [PATCH 36/57][Arm][GAS] Add support for MVE instructions: wlstp, dlstp, letp and lctp
    
    gas/ChangeLog:
    2019-05-16  Andre Vieira  <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
    
    	* config/tc-arm.c (T16_32_TAB): Add new instructions.
    	(do_t_loloop): Changed to handle tail predication variants.
    	(md_apply_fix): Likewise.
    	(insns): Add entries for MVE mnemonics.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-tailpredloop-bad.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-tailpredloop-bad.l: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-tailpredloop-bad.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-tailpredloop.d: New test.

commit acca5630749e83ce4ec893e650afa015a086cc0f
Author: Andre Vieira <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
Date:   Thu May 16 13:44:14 2019 +0100

    [PATCH 35/57][Arm][GAS] Add support for MVE instructions: vshlc and vshll
    
    gas/ChangeLog:
    2019-05-16  Andre Vieira  <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
    
    	* config/tc-arm.c (do_mve_vshll): New encoding function.
    	(do_mve_vshlc): Likewise.
    	(insns): Add entries for MVE mnemonics.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vshlc-bad.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vshlc-bad.l: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vshlc-bad.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vshll-bad.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vshll-bad.l: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vshll-bad.s: New test.

commit 5150f0d83e7525e75d900c6859163db8797507c3
Author: Andre Vieira <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
Date:   Thu May 16 12:17:44 2019 +0100

    [PATCH 34/57][Arm][GAS] Add support for MVE instructions: vshl and vqshl
    
    gas/ChangeLog:
    2019-05-16  Andre Vieira  <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
    
    	* config/tc-arm.c (enum operand_parse_code): Add new operand.
    	(parse_operands): Handle new operand.
    	(do_neon_shl_imm): Accept MVE variants.
    	(do_neon_shl): Likewise.
    	(do_neon_qshl_imm): Likewise.
    	(do_neon_qshl): Likewise.
    	(do_neon_qshlu_imm): Likewise.
    	(insns): Likewise.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vqshl-bad.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vqshl-bad.l: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vqshl-bad.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vshl-bad.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vshl-bad.l: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vshl-bad.s: New test.

commit 4401c2414dffebc5c5e4914fb611d1ecc738e3d5
Author: Andre Vieira <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
Date:   Thu May 16 12:08:38 2019 +0100

    [PATCH 33/57][Arm][GAS] Add support for MVE instructions: vshr, vrshr, vsli, vsri, vrev16, vrev32 and vrev64
    
    gas/ChangeLog:
    2019-05-16  Andre Vieira  <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
    
    	* config/tc-arm.c (do_neon_sli): Accept MVE variants.
    	(do_neon_sri): Likewise.
    	(do_neon_rev): Likewise.
    	(do_neon_rshift_round_imm): Likewise.
    	(insns): Likewise.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vrev-bad.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vrev-bad.l: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vrev-bad.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vshr-bad.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vshr-bad.l: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vshr-bad.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vsli-bad.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vsli-bad.l: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vsli-bad.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vsri-bad.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vsri-bad.l: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vsri-bad.s: New test.

commit a710b305c5ca8307e8b9d14bbb014641f60d3b48
Author: Andre Vieira <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
Date:   Thu May 16 12:07:22 2019 +0100

    [PATCH 32/57][Arm][GAS] Add support for MVE instructions: vrintn, vrintx, vrinta, vrintz, vrintm and vrintp
    
    gas/ChangeLog:
    2019-05-16  Andre Vieira  <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
    
    	* config/tc-arm.c (do_vrint_1): Accept MVE variants.
    	(insns): Change entries to accept MVE variants.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vrint-bad.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vrint-bad.l: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vrint-bad.s: New test.

commit 4aa88b50c4eec0256bcba33e02135f224a725d68
Author: Andre Vieira <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
Date:   Thu May 16 12:05:34 2019 +0100

    [PATCH 31/57][Arm][GAS] Add support for MVE instructions: vshrn[tb], vrshrn[tb], vqshrn[tb], vqshrun[tb], vqrshrn[tb] and vqrshrun[tb]
    
    gas/ChangeLog:
    2019-05-16  Andre Vieira  <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
    
    	* config/tc-arm.c (M_MNEM_vshrnt, M_MNEM_vshrnb, M_MNEM_vrshrnt,
    	 M_MNEM_vqshrnt, M_MNEM_vqshrnb, M_MNEM_vqshrunt, M_MNEM_vqshrunb,
    	 M_MNEM_vrshrnb, M_MNEM_vqrshrnt, M_MNEM_vqrshrnb, M_MNEM_vqrshrunt,
    	 M_MNEM_vqrshrunb): New instruction encodings.
    	(do_mve_vshrn): New encoding function.
    	(insns): Add entries for MVE mnemonics.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vqrshrn-bad.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vqrshrn-bad.l: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vqrshrn-bad.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vshrn-bad.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vshrn-bad.l: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vshrn-bad.s: New test.

commit 1be7aba392cd32a9a7165ecb4635c2733b5ac7ba
Author: Andre Vieira <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
Date:   Thu May 16 12:04:35 2019 +0100

    [PATCH 30/57][Arm][GAS] Add support for MVE instructions: vqmovnt, vqmovnb, vqmovunt, vqmovunb, vqrshl and vrshl
    
    gas/ChangeLog:
    2019-05-16  Andre Vieira  <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
    
    	* config/tc-arm.c (M_MNEM_vqmovnt, M_MNEM_vqmovnb,
    	 M_MNEM_vqmovunt, M_MNEM_vqmovunb): New instruction encodings.
    	(do_mve_vqmovn): New encoding function.
    	(do_neon_rshl): Change to accepte MVE variants.
    	(insns): Change entries and add new for MVE mnemonics.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vqmovn-bad.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vqmovn-bad.l: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vqmovn-bad.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vqrshl-bad.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vqrshl-bad.l: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vqrshl-bad.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vrshl-bad.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vrshl-bad.l: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vrshl-bad.s: New test.

commit 35d1cfc2000388028c8f032e714b576615e8db02
Author: Andre Vieira <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
Date:   Thu May 16 12:03:30 2019 +0100

    [PATCH 29/57][Arm][GAS] Add support for MVE instructions: vqdmullt and vqdmullb
    
    gas/ChangeLog:
    2019-05-16  Andre Vieira  <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
    
    	* config/tc-arm.c (enum operand_parse_code): Add new operand.
    	(parse_operands): Handle new operand.
    	(do_mve_vqdmull): New encoding function.
    	(insns): Add entry for MVE mnemonics.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vqdmull-bad.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vqdmull-bad.l: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vqdmull-bad.s: New test.

commit 42b16635dd63ab3e71c76af130423e0ef16d5995
Author: Andre Vieira <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
Date:   Thu May 16 12:00:54 2019 +0100

    [PATCH 28/57][Arm][GAS] Add support for MVE instructions: vqdmlah, vqrdmlah, vqdmlash, vqrdmlash, vqdmulh and vqrdmulh
    
    gas/ChangeLog:
    2019-05-16  Andre Vieira  <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
    
    	* config/tc-arm.c (enum operand_parse_code): Add new operand.
    	(parse_operands): Handle new operand.
    	(mve_encode_qqr): Handle new instructions.
    	(do_neon_qdmulh): Add support for MVE variants.
    	(do_neon_qrdmlah): Likewise.
    	(do_mve_vqdmlah): New encoding function.
    	(insns): Change entries and add new entries for MVE mnemonics.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vqdmulh-bad.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vqdmulh-bad.l: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vqdmulh-bad.s: New test.

commit 8b8b22a426d6b2473731176c83b47042bd8184b8
Author: Andre Vieira <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
Date:   Thu May 16 11:59:36 2019 +0100

    [PATCH 27/57][Arm][GAS] Add support for MVE instructions: vqdmladh, vqrdmladh, vqdmlsdh and vqrdmlsdh
    
    gas/ChangeLog:
    2019-05-16  Andre Vieira  <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
    
    	* config/tc-arm.c (do_mve_vqdmladh): New encoding function.
    	(insns): Add entries for MVE mnemonics.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vqdmladh-bad.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vqdmladh-bad.l: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vqdmladh-bad.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vqdmlsdh-bad.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vqdmlsdh-bad.l: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vqdmlsdh-bad.s: New test.

commit 3063888ecfd248ebb4a9b9c61819c9b6eb07bef2
Author: Andre Vieira <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
Date:   Thu May 16 11:57:44 2019 +0100

    [PATCH 26/57][Arm][GAS] Add support for MVE instructions: vpnot and vpsel
    
    gas/ChangeLog:
    2019-05-16  Andre Vieira  <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
    
    	* config/tc-arm.c (do_mve_vpsel): New encoding function.
    	(do_mve_vpnot): Likewise.
    	(insns): Add entries for MVE mnemonics.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vpnot-bad.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vpnot-bad.l: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vpnot-bad.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vpsel-bad.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vpsel-bad.l: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vpsel-bad.s: New test.

commit 1a186d296c88d5341d2939eb0eedf792b053f8a5
Author: Andre Vieira <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
Date:   Thu May 16 11:52:29 2019 +0100

    [PATCH 25/57][Arm][GAS] Add support for MVE instruction: vmvn, vqabs and vqneg
    
    gas/ChangeLog:
    2019-05-16  Andre Vieira  <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
    
    	* config/tc-arm.c (do_neon_mvn): Change to accept MVE variants.
    	(do_neon_sat_abs_neg): Likewise.
    	(insns): Likewise.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vmvn-bad.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vmvn-bad.l: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vmvn-bad.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vqabsneg-bad.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vqabsneg-bad.l: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vqabsneg-bad.s: New test.

commit 2d78f95bb639209254eb7252f9c48c520bd90d56
Author: Andre Vieira <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
Date:   Thu May 16 11:49:02 2019 +0100

    [PATCH 24/57][Arm][GAS] Add support for MVE instructions: vmlas, vmulh and vrmulh
    
    gas/ChangeLog:
    2019-05-16  Andre Vieira  <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
    
    	* config/tc-arm.c (do_mve_vmlas): New encoding function.
    	(do_mve_vmulh): Likewise.
    	(insns): Add entries for MVE mnemonics.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vmlas-bad.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vmlas-bad.l: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vmlas-bad.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vmulh-bad.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vmulh-bad.l: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vmulh-bad.s: New test.

commit a8465a06e0986374f501d0e286a5f351af2aa878
Author: Andre Vieira <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
Date:   Thu May 16 11:46:48 2019 +0100

    [PATCH 23/57][Arm][GAS] Add support for MVE instructions: vmla, vmul, vqadd and vqsub
    
    gas/ChangeLog:
    2019-05-16  Andre Vieira  <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
    
    	* config/tc-arm.c (enum operand_parse_code): New operand.
    	(parse_operands): Handle new operand.
    	(mve_encode_qqr): Handle new instructions.
    	(do_neon_dyadic_i64_su): Accept MVE variants.
    	(neon_dyadic_misc): Likewise.
    	(do_neon_mac_maybe_scalar): Likewise.
    	(do_neon_mul): Likewise.
    	(insns): Change to accept MVE variants.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vmla-bad.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vmla-bad.l: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vmla-bad.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vmul-bad-1.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vmul-bad-1.l: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vmul-bad-1.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vmul-bad-2.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vmul-bad-2.l: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vmul-bad-2.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vqaddsub-bad.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vqaddsub-bad.l: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vqaddsub-bad.s: New test.

commit 93925576e90a2d5ce84176bf2638f685d1a13ec6
Author: Andre Vieira <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
Date:   Thu May 16 11:45:46 2019 +0100

    [PATCH 22/57][Arm][GAS] Add support for MVE instructions: vmlaldav, vmlalv, vmlsldav, vrmlaldavh, vrmlalvh and vrmlsldavh
    
    gas/ChangeLog:
    2019-05-16  Andre Vieira  <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
    
    	* config/tc-arm.c (M_MNEM_vmlaldav, M_MNEM_vmlaldava,
    	 M_MNEM_vmlaldavx, M_MNEM_vmlaldavax, M_MNEM_vmlsldav,
    	 M_MNEM_vmlsldava, M_MNEM_vmlsldavx, M_MNEM_vmlsldavax,
    	 M_MNEM_vrmlaldavhx, M_MNEM_vrmlaldavhax, M_MNEM_vrmlsldavh,
    	 M_MNEM_vrmlsldavha, M_MNEM_vrmlsldavhx, M_MNEM_vrmlsldavhax): New
    	instruction encodings.
    	(NEON_SHAPE_DEF): New shape
    	(mve_encode_rrqq): New encoding helper function.
    	(do_mve_vmlaldav): New encoding function.
    	(do_mve_vrmlaldavh): New encoding function.
    	(insns): Add entries for MVE mnemonics.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vmlaldav-bad.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vmlaldav-bad.l: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vmlaldav-bad.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vmlalv-bad.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vmlalv-bad.l: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vmlalv-bad.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vmlsldav-bad.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vmlsldav-bad.l: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vmlsldav-bad.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vrmlaldavh-bad.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vrmlaldavh-bad.l: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vrmlaldavh-bad.s: New test.

commit 13ccd4c06fdccad1cb97f15878cd411aa22bf12f
Author: Andre Vieira <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
Date:   Thu May 16 11:44:19 2019 +0100

    [PATCH 21/57][Arm][GAS] Add support for MVE instructions: vmaxv, vmaxav, vminv and vminav
    
    gas/ChangeLog:
    2019-05-16  Andre Vieira  <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
    
    	* config/tc-arm.c (M_MNEM_vmaxv, M_MNEM_vmaxav, M_MNEM_vminv,
    	 M_MNEM_vminav): New instruction encodings.
    	(do_mve_vmaxv): New encoding function.
    	(insns): Add entries for new MVE mnemonics.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vmaxv-vminv-bad.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vmaxv-vminv-bad.l: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vmaxv-vminv-bad.s: New test.

commit 8cd7817067daffd567fbe09a85b215b609c56e1d
Author: Andre Vieira <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
Date:   Thu May 16 11:42:52 2019 +0100

    [PATCH 20/57][Arm][GAS] Add support for MVE instructions: vmaxnmv, vmaxnmav, vminnmv and vminnmav
    
    gas/ChangeLog:
    2019-05-16  Andre Vieira  <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
    
    	* config/tc-arm.c (do_mve_vmaxnmv): New encoding function.
    	(insns): Add entries for new mnemonics.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vmaxnmv-vminnmv-bad.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vmaxnmv-vminnmv-bad.l: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vmaxnmv-vminnmv-bad.s: New test.

commit 935295b51d80180ecd8c35d0edbd91283ae135a2
Author: Andre Vieira <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
Date:   Thu May 16 11:41:52 2019 +0100

    [PATCH 19/57][Arm][GAS] Add support for MVE instructions: vmax[nm][a] and vmin[nm][a]
    
    gas/ChangeLog:
    2019-05-16  Andre Vieira  <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
    
    	* config/tc-arm.c (do_mve_vmaxa_vmina): New encoding function.
    	(do_mve_vmaxnma_vminnma): Likewise.
    	(do_neon_dyadic_if_su): Change to support MVE variants.
    	(do_vmaxnm): Likewise.
    	(insns): Change to accept MVE variants and add new.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vmax-vmin-bad.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vmax-vmin-bad.l: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vmax-vmin-bad.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vmaxa-vmina-bad.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vmaxa-vmina-bad.l: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vmaxa-vmina-bad.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vmaxnm-vminnm-bad.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vmaxnm-vminnm-bad.l: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vmaxnm-vminnm-bad.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vmaxnma-vminnma-bad.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vmaxnma-vminnma-bad.l: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vmaxnma-vminnma-bad.s: New test.

commit 7df54120334049020e377ec17a0fdf4ecc63d6a7
Author: Andre Vieira <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
Date:   Thu May 16 11:40:26 2019 +0100

    [PATCH 18/57][Arm][GAS] Add support for MVE instructions: vhcadd, vhadd, vhsub and vrhadd
    
    gas/ChangeLog:
    2019-05-16  Andre Vieira  <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
    
    	* config/tc-arm.c (enum operand_parse_code): New operand.
    	(parse_operands): Handle new operand.
    	(mve_encode_qqr): Change to support new instructions.
    	(enum vfp_or_neon_is_neon_bits): Moved.
    	(vfp_or_neon_is_neon): Moved.
    	(check_simd_pred_availability): Moved.
    	(do_neon_dyadic_i_su): Changed to support MVE variants.
    	(neon_dyadic_misc): Changed mve_encode_qqr call.
    	(do_mve_vbrsr): Likewise.
    	(do_mve_vhcadd): New encoding function.
    	(insns): Change existing to accept MVE variants and add new.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vhadd-vhsub-vrhadd-bad.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vhadd-vhsub-vrhadd-bad.l: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vhadd-vhsub-vrhadd-bad.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vhcadd-bad.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vhcadd-bad.l: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vhcadd-bad.s: New test.

commit d58196e061969786922cae5cdaa2ade56dadd95f
Author: Andre Vieira <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
Date:   Thu May 16 11:39:24 2019 +0100

    [PATCH 17/57][Arm][GAS] Add support for MVE instructions: vfma and vfms
    
    gas/ChangeLog:
    2019-05-16  Andre Vieira  <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
    
    	* config/tc-arm.c (do_neon_fmac): Change to support MVE variants.
    	(insns): Change to accept MVE variants.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vfma-vfms-bad.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vfma-vfms-bad.l: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vfma-vfms-bad.s: New test.

commit b409bdb60e6a5c1b865dd25eb6bae484eb9b1b04
Author: Andre Vieira <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
Date:   Wed May 15 18:36:48 2019 +0100

    [PATCH 16/57][Arm][GAS] Add support for MVE instructions: vdup, vddup, vdwdup, vidup and viwdup
    
    gas/ChangeLog:
    2019-05-16  Andre Vieira  <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
    
    	* config/tc-arm.c (M_MNEM_vddup, M_MNEM_vdwdup, M_MNEM_vidup,
    	 M_MNEM_viwdup): New instruction encodings.
    	(NEON_SHAPE_DEF): New shapes.
    	(do_mve_viddup): New encoding function.
    	(do_neon_dup): Change to support new MVE variants.
    	(insns): Change existing to accept MVE variants and add new.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vddup-bad.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vddup-bad.l: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vddup-bad.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vdup-bad.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vdup-bad.l: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vdup-bad.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vidup-bad.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vidup-bad.l: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vidup-bad.s: New test.

commit f30ee27c150efbdffbca53f84449b2aac605b6c5
Author: Andre Vieira <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
Date:   Wed May 15 18:31:38 2019 +0100

    [PATCH 15/57][Arm][GAS] Add support for MVE instructions: vcls, vclz and vfmas
    
    gas/ChangeLog:
    2019-05-16  Andre Vieira  <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
    
    	* config/tc-arm.c (do_mve_vfmas): New encoding function.
    	(do_neon_cls): Change to support MVE variants.
    	(do_neon_clz): Change to support MVE variants.
    	(insns): Change to support MVE variants and add new.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vcls-bad.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vcls-bad.l: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vcls-bad.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vclz-bad.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vclz-bad.l: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vclz-bad.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vfmas-bad.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vfmas-bad.l: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vfmas-bad.s: New test.

commit 5d281bf033bbf2018a30183c2009182d947d3dfd
Author: Andre Vieira <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
Date:   Wed May 15 18:21:32 2019 +0100

    [PATCH 14/57][Arm][GAS] Add support for MVE instructions: vcadd, vcmla and vcmul
    
    gas/ChangeLog:
    2019-05-16  Andre Vieira  <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
    
    	* config/tc-arm.c (enum operand_parse_code): New operands.
    	(parse_operands): Handle new operands.
    	(do_mve_vcmul): New encoding function.
    	(do_vcmla): Change to support MVE variants.
    	(do_vcadd): Change to support MVE variants.
    	(insns): Change existing to support MVE variants and add new.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vcadd-bad-1.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vcadd-bad-1.l: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vcadd-bad-1.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vcadd-bad-2.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vcadd-bad-2.l: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vcadd-bad-2.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vcmla-bad-1.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vcmla-bad-1.l: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vcmla-bad-1.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vcmla-bad-2.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vcmla-bad-2.l: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vcmla-bad-2.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vcmul-bad-1.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vcmul-bad-1.l: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vcmul-bad-1.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vcmul-bad-2.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vcmul-bad-2.l: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vcmul-bad-2.s: New test.

commit f601a00c4c70f396defc66d592c4786135616545
Author: Andre Vieira <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
Date:   Wed May 15 17:40:06 2019 +0100

    [PATCH 13/57][Arm][GAS] Add support for MVE instructions: vand, vbic, vorr, vorn and veor
    
    gas/ChangeLog:
    2019-05-16  Andre Vieira  <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
    
    	* config/tc-arm.c (enum operand_parse_code): New operands.
    	(parse_operands): Handle new operands.
    	(enum vfp_or_neon_is_neon_bits): Moved
    	(vfp_or_neon_is_neon): Moved
    	(check_simd_pred_availability): Moved.
    	(do_neon_logic): Change to accept MVE variants.
    	(insns): Changed to accept MVE variants.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vand-bad.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vand-bad.l: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vand-bad.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vbic-bad.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vbic-bad.l: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vbic-bad.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-veor-bad.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-veor-bad.l: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-veor-bad.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vorn-bad.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vorn-bad.l: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vorn-bad.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vorr-bad.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vorr-bad.l: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vorr-bad.s: New test.

commit 26c1e780920096772b5735250fa31a4184d2253c
Author: Andre Vieira <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
Date:   Wed May 15 17:38:12 2019 +0100

    [PATCH 12/57][Arm][GAS] Add support for MVE instructions: vaddlv and vaddv
    
    gas/ChangeLog:
    2019-05-16  Andre Vieira  <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
    
    	* config/tc-arm.c (M_MNEM_vaddlv, M_MNEM_vaddlva, M_MNEM_vaddv,
    	 M_MNEM_vaddva): New instruction encodings.
    	(mve_encode_rq): New encoding helper function.
    	(do_mve_vaddlv): New encoding function.
    	(do_mve_vaddv): New encoding function.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vaddlv-bad.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vaddlv-bad.l: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vaddlv-bad.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vaddv-bad.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vaddv-bad.l: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vaddv-bad.s: New test.

commit c2dafc2a05c7bb1a341def59e6f39c1da42984dd
Author: Andre Vieira <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
Date:   Wed May 15 17:37:07 2019 +0100

    [PATCH 11/57][Arm][GAS] Add support for MVE instructions: vadc, vsbc and vbrsr
    
    gas/ChangeLog:
    2019-05-16  Andre Vieira  <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
    
    	* config/tc-arm.c (M_MNEM_vadc, M_MNEM_vadci, M_MNEM_vbrsr):
    	New instruction encodings.
    	(do_mve_vadc): New encoding instruction.
    	(do_mve_vbrsr): Likewise.
    	(do_mve_vsbc): Likewise.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vadc-bad.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vadc-bad.l: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vadc-bad.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vbrsr-bad.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vbrsr-bad.l: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vbrsr-bad.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vsbc-bad.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vsbc-bad.l: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vsbc-bad.s: New test.

commit 1b8833198c014f2d7f7a67097061f3b990707084
Author: Andre Vieira <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
Date:   Wed May 15 17:35:43 2019 +0100

    [PATCH 10/57][Arm][GAS] Add support for MVE instructions: vcmp and vpt
    
    gas/ChangeLog:
    2019-05-16  Andre Vieira  <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
    
    	* config/tc-arm.c (MVE_BAD_QREG): New error message.
    	(enum operand_parse_code): Define new operand.
    	(parse_operands): Handle new operand.
    	(do_mve_vpt): Change for VPT blocks.
    	(NEON_SHAPE_DEF): New shape.
    	(neon_logbits): Moved.
    	(LOW4): Moved
    	(HI1): Moved
    	(mve_get_vcmp_vpt_cond): New function to translate vpt conditions.
    	(do_mve_vcmp): New encoding function.
    	(do_vfp_nsyn_cmp): Changed to support MVE variants.
    	(insns): Change to support MVE variants of vcmp and add vpt.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vcmp-bad-1.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vcmp-bad-1.l: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vcmp-bad-1.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vcmp-bad-2.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vcmp-bad-2.l: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vcmp-bad-2.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vpt-bad-1.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vpt-bad-1.l: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vpt-bad-1.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vpt-bad-2.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vpt-bad-2.l: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vpt-bad-2.s: New test.

commit 57785aa2ff465ec72baa75bbd62e321a46e0633e
Author: Andre Vieira <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
Date:   Wed May 15 17:31:25 2019 +0100

    [PATCH 9/57][Arm][GAS] Add support for MVE instructions: vmov
    
    gas/ChangeLog:
    2019-05-16  Andre Vieira  <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
    
    	* config/tc-arm.c (struct arm_it): Expand isscalar field to be able to
    	distinguish between types of scalar.
    	(parse_typed_reg_or_scalar): Change to accept MVE scalar variants.
    	(parse_scalar): Likewise.
    	(parse_neon_mov): Accept MVE variant.
    	(po_scalar_or_goto): Make use reg_type.
    	(parse_operands): Change uses of po_scalar_or_goto.
    	(do_vfp_sp_monadic): Change to accept MVE variants.
    	(do_vfp_reg_from_sp): Likewise.
    	(do_vfp_sp_from_reg): Likewise.
    	(do_vfp_dp_rd_rm): Likewise.
    	(do_vfp_dp_rd_rn_rm): Likewise.
    	(do_vfp_dp_rm_rd_rn): Likewise.
    	(M_MNEM_vmovlt, M_MNEM_vmovlb, M_MNEM_vmovnt, M_MNEM_vmovnb): New
    	instruction encodings.
    	(NEON_SHAPE_DEF): New shape.
    	(do_mve_mov): New encoding fuction.
    	(do_mve_movn): Likewise.
    	(do_mve_movl): Likewise.
    	(do_neon_mov): Change to accept MVE variants.
    	(mcCE): New MACRO.
    	(insns): Accept new MVE variants and instructions.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vmov-bad-1.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vmov-bad-1.l: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vmov-bad-1.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vmov-bad-2.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vmov-bad-2.l: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vmov-bad-2.s: New test.

commit dd9634d97c05168870624cadf8fddf9b62ee3008
Author: Andre Vieira <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
Date:   Wed May 15 17:21:53 2019 +0100

    [PATCH 8/57][Arm][GAS] Add support for MVE instructions: vcvt
    
    gas/ChangeLog:
    2019-05-16  Andre Vieira  <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
    
    	* config/tc-arm.c (enum operand_parse_code): Add new operand.
    	(parse_operands): Handle new operand.
    	(do_neon_cvt_1): Handle MVE variants.
    	(do_neon_cvttb_1): Likewise.
    	(insns): Accept MVE variants.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vcvt-bad-1.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vcvt-bad-1.l: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vcvt-bad-1.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vcvt-bad-2.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vcvt-bad-2.l: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vcvt-bad-2.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vcvt-bad-3.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vcvt-bad-3.l: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vcvt-bad-3.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vcvt-bad-4.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vcvt-bad-4.l: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vcvt-bad-4.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vcvt-bad.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vcvt-bad.l: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vcvt-bad.s: New test.

commit f5f10c66f8dc5466536181a1e5cce2419a5bcbd7
Author: Andre Vieira <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
Date:   Wed May 15 17:20:46 2019 +0100

    [PATCH 7/57][Arm][GAS] Add support for MVE instructions: vstr/vldr
    
    gas/ChangeLog:
    2019-05-16  Andre Vieira  <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
    
    	* config/tc-arm.c (struct arm_it): Make immisreg field larger to hold
    	type of register.
    	(enum shift_kind): Add SHIFT_UXTW shift kind.
    	(enum parse_shift_mode): Add SHIFT_UXTW_IMMEDIATE shift mode.
    	(parse_shift): Handle new shift type.
    	(parse_address_main): Accept new addressing modes.
    	(M_MNEM_vstrb, M_MNEM_vstrh, M_MNEM_vstrw, M_MNEM_vstrd,
    	 M_MNEM_vldrb, M_MNEM_vldrh, M_MNEM_vldrw, M_MNEM_vldrd): New
    	instruction encodings.
    	(do_mve_vstr_vldr_QI): New encoding functions.
    	(do_mve_vstr_vldr_RQ): Likewise.
    	(do_mve_vstr_vldr_RI): Likewise.
    	(do_mve_vstr_vldr): Likewise.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vldr-bad-1.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vldr-bad-1.l: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vldr-bad-1.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vldr-bad-2.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vldr-bad-2.l: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vldr-bad-2.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vldr-bad-3.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vldr-bad-3.l: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vldr-bad-3.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vstr-bad-1.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vstr-bad-1.l: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vstr-bad-1.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vstr-bad-2.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vstr-bad-2.l: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vstr-bad-2.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vstr-bad-3.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vstr-bad-3.l: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vstr-bad-3.s: New test.

commit 35c228db7089caf9525c1ef4cb35f6a8335eeea9
Author: Andre Vieira <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
Date:   Wed May 15 17:05:58 2019 +0100

    [PATCH 6/57][Arm][GAS] Add support for MVE instructions: vst/vld{2,4}
    
    gas/ChangeLog:
    2019-05-16  Andre Vieira  <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
    
    	* config/tc-arm.c (enum it_instruction_type): Add MVE_UNPREDICABLE_INSN.
    	(BAD_EL_TYPE): New error message.
    	(parse_neon_el_struct_list): Adapt to be able to accept MVE variant.
    	(parse_address_main): Likewise.
    	(group_reloc_type): Add GROUP_MVE.
    	(enum operand_parse_code): Add new operands.
    	(parse_operands): Handle new operands.
    	(M_MNEM_vst20, M_MNEM_vst21, M_MNEM_vst40, M_MNEM_vst41, M_MNEM_vst42,
    	 M_MNEM_vst43, M_MNEM_vld20, M_MNEM_vld21, M_MNEM_vld40, M_MNEM_vld41,
    	 M_MNEM_vld42, M_MNEM_vld43): New encodings.
    	(do_mve_vst_vld): New encoding function.
    	(do_neon_ld_st_interleave): Use BAD_EL_TYPE.
    	(it_fsm_pre_encode): Handle new it_instruction_type
    	(handle_pred_state): Likewise.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vstld-bad.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vstld-bad.l: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vstld-bad.s: New test.

commit 886e1c739b5441aca92a9725c932d0d446097a32
Author: Andre Vieira <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
Date:   Wed May 15 16:56:30 2019 +0100

    [PATCH 5/57][Arm][GAS] Add support for MVE instructions: vmull{b,t}
    
    gas/ChangeLog:
    2019-05-16  Andre Vieira  <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
    
    	* config/tc-arm.c (BAD_MVE_AUTO): New error message.
    	(BAD_MVE_SRCDEST): Likewise.
    	(mark_feature_used): Diagnose MVE only instructions when in
    	auto-detection mode or -march=all.
    	(enum operand_parse_code): Define new operand.
    	(parse_operands): Handle new operand.
    	(M_MNEM_vmullt, M_MNEM_vmullb): New encodings.
    	(mve_encode_qqq): New encoding helper function.
    	(do_mve_vmull): New encoding function.
    	(insns): Handle new instructions.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vmullbt-bad.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vmullbt-bad.l: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vmullbt-bad.s: New test.

commit a302e574182dc12e95850dec078dac93701f1bde
Author: Andre Vieira <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
Date:   Wed May 15 16:54:23 2019 +0100

    [PATCH 4/57][Arm][GAS] Add support for MVE instructions: vabav, vmladav and vmlsdav
    
    gas/ChangeLog:
    2019-05-16  Andre Vieira  <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
    
    	* config/tc-arm.c (struct asm_opcode): Make avalue a full int.
    	(BAD_ODD, BAD_EVEN, BAD_SIMD_TYPE): New errors.
    	(enum operand_parse_code): Handle new operands.
    	(parse_operands): Likewise.
    	(M_MNEM_vabav, M_MNEM_vmladav, M_MNEM_vmladava, M_MNEM_vmladavx,
    	 M_MNEM_vmladavax, M_MNEM_vmlsdav, M_MNEM_vmlsdava, M_MNEM_vmlsdavx,
    	 M_MNEM_vmlsdavax): Define new encodings.
    	(NEON_SHAPE_DEF): Add new shape.
    	(neon_check_type): Use BAD_SIMD_TYPE.
    	(mve_encode_rqq): New encoding helper function.
    	(do_mve_vabav, do_mve_vmladav): New encoding functions.
    	(mCEF): New MACRO.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vabav-bad.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vabav-bad.l: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vabav-bad.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vmladav-bad.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vmladav-bad.l: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vmladav-bad.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vmlav-bad.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vmlav-bad.l: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vmlav-bad.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vmlsdav-bad.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vmlsdav-bad.l: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vmlsdav-bad.s: New test.

commit 485dee97c6431267b662b723eb092a6abfa4167c
Author: Andre Vieira <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
Date:   Wed May 15 16:52:50 2019 +0100

    [PATCH 3/57][Arm][GAS] Add support for MVE instructions: vabs and vneg
    
    gas/ChangeLog:
    2019-05-16  Andre Vieira  <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
    
    	* config/tc-arm.c (do_neon_abs_neg): Make it accept MVE variant.
    	(insns): Change vabs and vneg entries to accept MVE variants.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vabsneg-bad-1.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vabsneg-bad-1.l: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vabsneg-bad-1.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vabsneg-bad-2.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vabsneg-bad-2.l: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vabsneg-bad-2.s: New test.

commit 5ee9134313f9cce06d38144f5bc77c59e04df884
Author: Andre Vieira <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
Date:   Wed May 15 16:50:58 2019 +0100

    [PATCH 2/57][Arm][GAS] Add support for MVE instructions: vpst, vadd, vsub and vabd
    
    gas/ChangeLog:
    2019-05-16  Andre Vieira  <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
    
    	* config/tc-arm.c (enum it_instruction_type): Rename to...
    	(enum pred_instruction_type): ... this. Include VPT types.
    	(it_insn_type): Rename to ...
    	(pred_insn_type): .. this.
    	(arm_it): Change comment.
    	(enum arm_reg_type): Add new value.
    	(reg_expected_msgs): New entry.
    	(asm_opcode): Add mayBeVecPred member.
    	(BAD_SYNTAX, BAD_NOT_VPT, BAD_OUT_VPT, BAD_VPT_COND, MVE_NOT_IT,
    	 MVE_NOT_VPT, MVE_BAD_PC, MVE_BAD_SP): New diagnostic MACROS.
    	(arm_vcond_hsh): New table for vector condition codes.
    	(now_it): Rename to ...
    	(now_pred): ... this.
    	(now_it_compatible): Rename to ...
    	(now_pred_compatible): ... this.
    	(in_it_block): Rename to ...
    	(in_pred_block): ... this.
    	(handle_it_state): Rename to ...
    	(handle_pred_state): ... this. And change it to accept VPT blocks.
    	(set_it_insn_type): Rename to ...
    	(set_pred_insn_type): ... this.
    	(set_it_insn_type_nonvoid): Rename to ...
    	(set_pred_insn_type_nonvoid): ... this.
    	(set_it_insn_type_last): Rename to ...
    	(set_pred_insn_type_last): ... this.
    	(record_feature_use): Moved.
    	(mark_feature_used): Likewise.
    	(parse_typed_reg_or_scalar): Add new case for REG_TYPE_MQ.
    	(emit_insn): Use renamed functions and variables.
    	(enum operand_parse_code): Add new operands.
    	(parse_operands): Handle new operands.
    	(do_scalar_fp16_v82_encode): Change predication detection.
    	(do_it): Use renamed functions and variables.
    	(do_t_add_sub): Likewise.
    	(do_t_arit3): Likewise.
    	(do_t_arit3c): Likewise.
    	(do_t_blx): Likewise.
    	(do_t_branch): Likewise.
    	(do_t_bkpt_hlt1): Likewise.
    	(do_t_branch23): Likewise.
    	(do_t_bx): Likewise.
    	(do_t_bxj): Likewise.
    	(do_t_cond): Likewise.
    	(do_t_csdb): Likewise.
    	(do_t_cps): Likewise.
    	(do_t_cpsi): Likewise.
    	(do_t_cbz): Likewise.
    	(do_t_it): Likewise.
    	(do_mve_vpt): New function to handle VPT blocks.
    	(encode_thumb2_multi): Use renamed functions and variables.
    	(do_t_ldst): Use renamed functions and variables.
    	(do_t_mov_cmp): Likewise.
    	(do_t_mvn_tst): Likewise.
    	(do_t_mul): Likewise.
    	(do_t_nop): Likewise.
    	(do_t_neg): Likewise.
    	(do_t_rsb): Likewise.
    	(do_t_setend): Likewise.
    	(do_t_shift): Likewise.
    	(do_t_smc): Likewise.
    	(do_t_tb): Likewise.
    	(do_t_udf): Likewise.
    	(do_t_loloop): Likewise.
    	(do_neon_cvt_1): Likewise.
    	(do_vfp_nsyn_cvt_fpv8): Likewise.
    	(do_vsel): Likewise.
    	(do_vmaxnm): Likewise.
    	(do_vrint_1): Likewise.
    	(do_crypto_2op_1): Likewise.
    	(do_crypto_3op_1): Likewise.
    	(do_crc32_1): Likewise.
    	(it_fsm_pre_encode): Likewise.
    	(it_fsm_post_encode): Likewise.
    	(force_automatic_it_block_close): Likewise.
    	(check_it_blocks_finished): Likewise.
    	(check_pred_blocks_finished): Likewise.
    	(arm_cleanup): Likewise.
    	(now_it_add_mask): Rename to ...
    	(now_pred_add_mask): ... this. And use new variables and functions.
    	(NEON_ENC_TAB): Add entries for vabdl, vaddl and vsubl.
    	(N_I_MVE, N_F_MVE, N_SU_MVE): New MACROs.
    	(neon_check_type): Generalize error message.
    	(mve_encode_qqr): New MVE generic encoding function.
    	(neon_dyadic_misc): Change to accept MVE variants.
    	(do_neon_dyadic_if_su): Likewise.
    	(do_neon_addsub_if_i): Likewise.
    	(do_neon_dyadic_long): Likewise.
    	(vfp_or_neon_is_neon): Add extra checks.
    	(check_simd_pred_availability): Helper function to check SIMD
    	instruction availability with respect to predication.
    	(enum opcode_tag): New suffix value.
    	(opcode_lookup): Change to handle VPT blocks.
    	(new_automatic_it_block): Rename to ...
    	(close_automatic_it_block): ...this.
    	(TxCE, TxC3, TxC3w, TUE, TUEc, TUF, CE, C3, ToC, ToU,
    	 toC, toU, CL, cCE, cCL, C3E, xCM_, UE, UF, NUF, nUF,
    	 NCE_tag, NCE, NCEF, nCE_tag, nCE, nCEF): Add default value for new
    	field.
    	(mCEF, mnCEF, mnCE, MNUF, mnUF, mToC, MNCE, MNCEF): New MACROs.
    	(insns): Redefine vadd, vsub, cabd, vabdl, vaddl, vsubl to accept MVE
    	variants. Add entries for vscclrm, and vpst.
    	(md_begin): Add arm_vcond_hsh initialization.
    	* config/tc-arm.h (enum it_state): Rename to...
    	(enum pred_state): ...this.
    	(struct current_it): Rename to...
    	(struct current_pred): ...this.
    	(enum pred_type): New enum.
    	(struct arm_segment_info_type): Use current_pred.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/armv8_3-a-fp-bad.l: Update error message.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/armv8_3-a-simd-bad.l: Update error message.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/dotprod-illegal.l: Update error message.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vaddsubabd-bad-1.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vaddsubabd-bad-1.l: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vaddsubabd-bad-1.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vaddsubabd-bad-2.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vaddsubabd-bad-2.l: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vaddsubabd-bad-2.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vpst-bad.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vpst-bad.l: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/mve-vpst-bad.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/neon-ldst-es-bad.l: Updated error message.

commit a7ad558c377fd5f5cc7bc77837c532f907f2c53b
Author: Andre Vieira <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
Date:   Wed May 15 16:44:57 2019 +0100

    [PATCH 1/57][Arm][GAS]: Add support for +mve and +mve.fp
    
    bfd/ChangeLog:
    2019-05-16  Andre Vieira  <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
    
    	* elf32-arm.c (elf32_arm_merge_eabi_attributes): Add case for Tag_MVE_arch.
    
    binutils/ChangeLog:
    2019-05-16  Andre Vieira  <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
    
    	* readelf.c (arm_attr_tag_MVE_arch): New array for Tag_MVE_arch values.
    	(arm_attr_public_tag arm_attr_public_tags): Add case for Tag_MVE_arch.
    
    elfcpp/ChangeLog:
    2019-05-16  Andre Vieira  <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
    
    	* arm.h (Tag_MVE_arch): Define new enum value.
    
    gas/ChangeLog:
    2019-05-16  Andre Vieira  <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
    
    	* config/tc-arm.c (mve_ext, mve_fp_ext): New features.
    	(armv8_1m_main_ext_table): Add new extensions.
    	(aeabi_set_public_attributes): Translate new features to new build attributes.
    	(arm_convert_symbolic_attribute): Add Tag_MVE_arch.
    	* doc/c-arm.texi: Document new extensions and new build attribute.
    
    include/ChangeLog:
    2019-05-16  Andre Vieira  <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
    
    	* elf/arm.h (Tag_MVE_arch): Define new enum value.
    	* opcode/arm.h (FPU_MVE, FPU_MVE_FP): New MACROs for new features.

commit a2699ef206aedf8e8d49d8519ae8a535e4b4afe5
Author: Alan Modra <amodra@gmail.com>
Date:   Thu May 16 22:35:25 2019 +0930

    Revert "ARM STM32L4XX erratum test failure"
    
    This reverts commit 3a1bb98c3c4f983b950fbaf2797ddcd21fcb5211.

commit 4d8d49e80ab6964a211ec3507be22c092afcd83a
Author: GDB Administrator <gdbadmin@sourceware.org>
Date:   Thu May 16 00:00:20 2019 +0000

    Automatic date update in version.in

commit 14237686d71b6ef1e6a85f2791cb54d1ec019cb1
Author: Andrew Burgess <andrew.burgess@embecosm.com>
Date:   Fri Mar 1 11:19:22 2019 +0000

    gdb/fortran: Add sizeof tests for indexed and sliced arrays
    
    Add tests for calling sizeof on indexed and sliced arrays, and on
    pointers to arrays.  These are all things that currently work, but
    were previously untested.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog:
    
    	* gdb.fortran/vla-sizeof.exp: Add tests of sizeof applied to
    	indexed and sliced arrays, and pointers to arrays.

commit 9ddc1af18c31e775ae7b107779addfcde92c723f
Author: Simon Marchi <simon.marchi@efficios.com>
Date:   Wed May 15 11:20:16 2019 -0400

    linux-thread-db.c: use bool where possible in thread_db code
    
    I happened to be looking at this code and noticed we could replace ints
    by bools at a few places.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    
    	* linux-thread-db.c (try_thread_db_load_1): Change return type
    	to bool.
    	(try_thread_db_load): Likewise.
    	(try_thread_db_load_from_pdir_1): Likewise.
    	(try_thread_db_load_from_pdir): Likewise.
    	(try_thread_db_load_from_sdir): Likewise.
    	(try_thread_db_load_from_dir): Likewise.
    	(thread_db_load_search): Likewise.
    	(has_libpthread): Likewise.
    	(thread_db_load): Likewise.

commit 95008a882803920a0faf672dd4a54edcc6ab66a7
Author: John Darrington <john@darrington.wattle.id.au>
Date:   Wed May 15 14:16:33 2019 +0200

    S12Z: New option -mreg-prefix
    
    Add a new machine dependent option to set a prefix for register names.
    
    gas/
    
    * config/tc-s12z.c (register_prefix): New variable.  (md_show_usage,
      md_parse_option):  parse the new option.
      (lex_reg_name): Scan the prefix if one is set.
    * doc/c-s12z.texi (S12Z-Opts): Document the new option.
    * testsuite/gas/s12z/reg-prefix.d: New file.
    * testsuite/gas/s12z/reg-prefix.s: New file.
    * testsuite/gas/s12z/s12z.exp: Add them.

commit 7bede82892a06e6c26989803e70f53697392dcf9
Author: Sergio Durigan Junior <sergiodj@redhat.com>
Date:   Fri May 10 16:57:26 2019 -0400

    Don't crash if dwarf_decode_macro_bytes's 'body' is NULL
    
    Hi,
    
    Ref.: https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1708192
          https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1708786
    
    During the Fedora RPM build process, gdb-add-index is invoked to
    extract the DWARF index from the binary, and GDB will segfault because
    dwarf2read.c:parse_definition_macro's 'body' variable is NULL.
    
    The underlying problem is that Fedora's rpm-build's "debugedit"
    program will silently corrupt .debug_macro strings when a binary is
    compiled with -g3.  This is being taken care of by Mark Wielaard,
    here:
    
      https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1708786
    
    However, I still feel it's important to make GDB more resilient
    against invalid DWARF input, so I'm proposing this rather simple patch
    to catch the situation when "body == NULL" (i.e., it's probably been
    corrupted) and issue a complaint.  This is not a real fix to the
    problem, of course, but at least GDB is able to finish without
    segfaulting.
    
    OK for master?
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    2019-05-15  Sergio Durigan Junior  <sergiodj@redhat.com>
    
    	Ref.: https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1708192
    	* dwarf2read.c (dwarf_decode_macro_bytes): Check whether 'body' is
    	NULL, and complain if that's the case.

commit 905f5b3f1d20569e2788add66687e6de11130159
Author: John Darrington <john@darrington.wattle.id.au>
Date:   Wed May 15 14:15:02 2019 +0200

    GAS (doc):  Fix misaligned menu entry.
    
    gas/
    	* doc/as.texi (Machine Dependencies): Fix misaligned menu entry.

commit f6bd0b7677cbe76cab7322974a418e0e539400d6
Author: Alan Modra <amodra@gmail.com>
Date:   Wed May 15 16:37:18 2019 +0930

    C-SKY FAIL: jbt - csky
    
    Another failure seen with MALLOC_PERTURB_=1.
    
    	* config/tc-csky.c (md_convert_frag): Initialise trailing
    	padding for COND_JUMP_PIC.

commit 3a1bb98c3c4f983b950fbaf2797ddcd21fcb5211
Author: Alan Modra <amodra@gmail.com>
Date:   Wed May 15 16:31:28 2019 +0930

    ARM STM32L4XX erratum test failure
    
    Fixes a failure seen with MALLOC_PERTURB_=1.
    
    	* elf32-arm.c (elf32_arm_write_section): Don't leave
    	error case of STM32L4XX_ERRATUM_BRANCH_TO_VENEER with
    	unitialised section contents.

commit 8f02ae5bac22b8d7f57f233ca1957ef9dbe751ab
Author: Alan Modra <amodra@gmail.com>
Date:   Wed May 15 11:24:09 2019 +0930

    .file file number checking
    
    This adds another test for file numbers given in .file directives,
    checking that the value can be represented as an unsigned int and that
    a memory allocation expression doesn't overflow.  I removed a test
    added recently since an earlier test (num < 1) already covers the
    (num < 0) case.
    
    	* dwarf2dbg.c: Whitespace fixes.
    	(get_filenum): Don't strdup "file".  Adjust error message.
    	(dwarf2_directive_filename): Use an unsigned type for "num".
    	Catch truncation of file number and overflow of get_filenum
    	XRESIZEVEC multiplication.  Delete dead code.

commit ded12894f5a2836b06c997b899d04c9f692004c1
Author: Alan Modra <amodra@gmail.com>
Date:   Wed May 15 11:15:17 2019 +0930

    tic54x_start_line_hook
    
    git commit 3076e59490 caused
    tic54x-coff  +FAIL: c54x subsym assignment/use
    
    	PR 24538
    	* config/tc-tic54x.c (tic54x_start_line_hook): Do skip end of line
    	chars in setting endp.

commit c5358db468d582e658488c2bcc1befe6e6e47366
Author: John Darrington <john@darrington.wattle.id.au>
Date:   Wed May 15 06:47:16 2019 +0200

    GDB (s12z): Improve reliability of the stack unwinder.
    
    Previously, the stack unwinder searched through consecutive bytes for values
    which it thought might be the start of a stack mutating operation.
    This was error prone, because such bytes could also be the operands of other
    instructions.  This change uses the opcodes api to interpret the code in each
    frame.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    	* s12z-tdep.c (push_pull_get_stack_adjustment): New function.
    	(advance, posn, abstract_read_memory): New functions.
    	[struct mem_read_abstraction]: New struct.
    	(s12z_frame_cache): Use opcodes API to interpret stack frame code.

commit e48371ffd5f89a9ceecd6e814b69e26609fd8402
Author: GDB Administrator <gdbadmin@sourceware.org>
Date:   Wed May 15 00:00:15 2019 +0000

    Automatic date update in version.in

commit c408a94f8115767ea7e6aa1a75bc59ea5ae960fa
Author: Tom Tromey <tromey@adacore.com>
Date:   Fri May 10 10:40:15 2019 -0600

    Fix assertion failure in coerce_unspec_val_to_type
    
    coerce_unspec_val_to_type does:
    
          set_value_address (result, value_address (val));
    
    However, this is only valid for lval_memory.  This patch changes this
    code to only set the address for lval_memory values.
    
    This seems like an ordinary oversight in coerce_unspec_val_to_type,
    and a test case would be difficult to write, so I'm submitting it
    without a test case.
    
    Tested on x86-64 Fedora 29; plus using an Ada program that exhibits
    the bug (but which cannot be shared).
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-05-14  Tom Tromey  <tromey@adacore.com>
    
    	* ada-lang.c (coerce_unspec_val_to_type): Only set address when
    	value is not lval_memory.

commit a0a3a1e9d71887bbff54fcd1e33fcefcbc78b603
Author: Tom de Vries <tdevries@suse.de>
Date:   Tue May 14 17:45:51 2019 +0200

    [gdb/doc] Mention index cache in concept and command index
    
    The "automatic symbol index cache" entry in the docs is missing entries in the
    concept and command indices.  Add them.
    
    gdb/doc/ChangeLog:
    
    2019-05-14  Tom de Vries  <tdevries@suse.de>
    
    	* gdb.texinfo (Automatic symbol index cache): Add concept and command
    	index entries.

commit c2509a1cc8beff40b1da8f85a3f27bf9df1d6c02
Author: Nick Clifton <nickc@redhat.com>
Date:   Tue May 14 16:16:56 2019 +0100

    Add missing verilogtest.s file.

commit e7bd7fba34ae1f892acf1e13ac86fca55b68026d
Author: Tom Tromey <tromey@adacore.com>
Date:   Mon May 13 09:35:19 2019 -0600

    Add file name styling to "info sharedlibrary"
    
    This changes "info sharedlibrary" to add styling to the file name.
    
    Tested on x86-64 Fedora 29.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-05-14  Tom Tromey  <tromey@adacore.com>
    
    	* solib.c (info_sharedlibrary_command): Style the file name.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog
    2019-05-14  Tom Tromey  <tromey@adacore.com>
    
    	* gdb.base/info-shared.exp (check_info_shared): Add "info shared"
    	styling test.

commit 35015cd193be5e603ed31c14472d2d9d17e14e7a
Author: Nick Clifton <nickc@redhat.com>
Date:   Tue May 14 12:42:02 2019 +0100

    Fix illegal memory access triggered when attempting to assemble a bogus i386 source file.
    
    	PR 24538
    	* config/tc-i386-intel.c (i386_intel_simplify_register): Reject
    	illegal register numbers.

commit 37d0d09177dc02e0002ab8b90d9b7bc402af9240
Author: Jamey Hicks <jamey.hicks@gmail.com>
Date:   Tue May 14 10:40:04 2019 +0100

    Add new option to objcopy: --verilog-data-width.  Use this option to set the size of byte bundles generated in verilog format files.
    
    	PR 19921
    binutils* objcopy.c: Add new option --verilog-data-width.  Use it to set
    	the value of VerilogDataWidth.
    	* doc/binutils.texi: Document the new option.
    	* testsuite/binutils-all/objcopy.exp: Run tests of new option.
    	* testsuite/binutils-all/verilog-1.hex: New file.
    	* testsuite/binutils-all/verilog-2.hex: New file.
    	* testsuite/binutils-all/verilog-4.hex: New file.
    	* testsuite/binutils-all/verilog-8.hex: New file.
    	* NEWS: Mention the new feature.
    
    bfd	* verilog.c: (VerilogDataWidth): New variable.
    	(verilog_write_record): Emit bytes in VerilogDataWidth bundles.

commit 3076e59490428c9719765f9b007d6d0d0238f006
Author: Nick Clifton <nickc@redhat.com>
Date:   Fri May 10 16:57:31 2019 +0100

    A series of fixes to addres problems detected by compiling the assembler with address sanitization enabled.
    
    	PR 24538
    gas	* macro.c (get_any_string): Increase size of buffer used to hold
    	decimal value of expression result.
    	* dw2gencfi.c (get_debugseg_name): Handle an empty name.
    	* dwarf2dbg.c (get_filenum): Catch integer wraparound when
    	extending allocate file array.
    	(dwarf2_directive_filename): Add extra checks of the computed file
    	number.
    	* config/tc-arm.c (arm_tc_equal_in_insn): Insert copy of name into
    	warning hash table.
    	(s_arm_eabi_attribute): Check for obj_elf_vendor_attribute
    	returning -1.
    	* config/tc-i386.c (i386_output_nops): Catch an attempt to
    	generate nops of negative lengths.
    	* as.h (MAX_LITTLENUMS): Move definition to here from...
    	* config/atof-ieee.c: ...here.
    	* config/tc-aarch64.c: ...here.
    	* config/tc-arc.c: ...here.
    	* config/tc-arm.c: ...here.
    	* config/tc-epiphany.c: ...here.
    	* config/tc-i386.c: ...here.
    	* config/tc-ia64.c: ...here.  (And correct the value).
    	* config/tc-m32c.c: ...here.
    	* config/tc-m32r.c: ...here.
    	* config/tc-metag.c: ...here.
    	* config/tc-microblaze.c: ...here.
    	* config/tc-nds32.c: ...here.
    	* config/tc-or1k.c: ...here.
    	* config/tc-score.c: ...here.
    	* config/tc-score7.c: ...here.
    	* config/tc-tic4x.c: ...here.
    	* config/tc-tilegx.c: ...here.
    	* config/tc-tilepro.c: ...here.
    	* config/tc-visium.c: ...here.
    	* config/tc-sh.c (md_assemble): Add check for an instruction with
    	no opcodes.
    	* config/tc-mips.c (mips_lookup_insn): Add check for very short
    	instruction name.
    	* config/tc-tic54x.c: Use unsigned chars to access is_end_of_line
    	array.
    	(tic54x_start_line_hook): Check for an empty line.
    	(next_line_shows_parallel): Do not walk off the end of the string.
    	(tic54x_macro_start): Check for too much macro nesting.
    	(tic54x_start_label): Add label_start parameter.  Use this
    	parameter to check the first character of the label.
    	* config/tc-tic54x.h (TC_START_LABEL_WITHOUT_COLON): Pass
    	line_start variable to tic54x_start_label.
    
    	PR 24538
    opcodes	* ia64-opc.c (ia64_find_matching_opcode): Check for reaching the
    	end of the table prematurely.

commit a6d0f2490c0c7969eb60038f01c0ee0f46e4d5fd
Author: Alan Hayward <alan.hayward@arm.com>
Date:   Tue May 14 10:09:05 2019 +0100

    AArch64: Add half float view to V registers
    
    AArch64 can fill the vector registers with half precision floats.
    Add a view for this.
    
    Add builtin type ieee half and connect this to the existing
    floatformats_ieee_half.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    
    2019-05-14  Alan Hayward  <alan.hayward@arm.com>
    
    	* aarch64-tdep.c (aarch64_vnh_type): Add half view.
    	(aarch64_vnv_type): Likewise.
    	* target-descriptions.c (make_gdb_type): Add TDESC_TYPE_IEEE_HALF.
    	* common/tdesc.c: Likewise.
    	* common/tdesc.h (enum tdesc_type_kind): Likewise.
    	* features/aarch64-fpu.c (create_feature_aarch64_fpu): Regenerate.
    	* features/aarch64-fpu.xml: Add ieee half view.
    	* features/aarch64-sve.c (create_feature_aarch64_fpu): Likewise.
    	* gdbtypes.c (gdbtypes_post_init): Add builtin_half
    	* gdbtypes.h (struct builtin_type): Likewise.
    	(struct objfile_type): Likewise.

commit 2764128dee821448ba43a50ed8cee387f2ee8dca
Author: Tom de Vries <tdevries@suse.de>
Date:   Tue May 14 10:10:08 2019 +0200

    [gdb/testsuite] Fix base address selection entry encoding in dw2-skip-prologue.S
    
    A base address selection entry in a location list consist of two (constant or
    relocated) address offsets.  The two offsets are the same size as an address
    on the target machine.
    
    The test-case gdb.dwarf2/dw2-skip-prologue.S encodes a base address selection
    entry using .4byte, which is incorrect for 8-byte pointer size. [ Which
    triggers an assert in dwz, see PR dwz/24172. ]
    
    Fix this by using PTRBYTE instead.
    
    Tested on x86_64-linux.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog:
    
    2019-05-14  Tom de Vries  <tdevries@suse.de>
    
    	* gdb.dwarf2/dw2-skip-prologue.S (.debug_loc): Fix base address
    	selection entry encoding.

commit 3c2fcaf9132b994ff3dcb19847717f175098289b
Author: Tom de Vries <tdevries@suse.de>
Date:   Tue May 14 09:58:12 2019 +0200

    [gdb/doc] Fix "maint info selftests" command index entry
    
    Currently, the entry for the command "maint info selftests" in the Command,
    Variable, and Function Index is listed at '"', rather than next to the other
    "maint info" commands.
    
    Fix this by removing the superfluous quoting in the @kindex entry.
    
    gdb/doc/ChangeLog:
    
    2019-05-14  Tom de Vries  <tdevries@suse.de>
    
    	* gdb.texinfo (Maintenance Commands): Remove superfluous
    	quoting on command index entry for "maint info selftests".

commit 175cbe22a36861976dc328baaf5ebff3fad35ed8
Author: GDB Administrator <gdbadmin@sourceware.org>
Date:   Tue May 14 00:00:20 2019 +0000

    Automatic date update in version.in

commit 30d5f9e82139702e56a862ac19a5b36545fe3de5
Author: GDB Administrator <gdbadmin@sourceware.org>
Date:   Mon May 13 00:00:23 2019 +0000

    Automatic date update in version.in

commit 66b8bb74ca8fb23e407b80e1b0e7c1a433286b41
Author: Simon Marchi <simon.marchi@polymtl.ca>
Date:   Sun May 12 11:47:37 2019 -0400

    Fix two langauge -> language typos

commit 1ace968ad55778bc178ef36182b87ab7e3dad652
Author: GDB Administrator <gdbadmin@sourceware.org>
Date:   Sun May 12 00:01:00 2019 +0000

    Automatic date update in version.in

commit 21c219fd5bbd0720b7adc5f250c91fc2fd1c4941
Author: Joel Brobecker <brobecker@adacore.com>
Date:   Sat May 11 11:29:24 2019 -0700

    Document the GDB 8.3 release in gdb/ChangeLog
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    
    	GDB 8.3 released.

commit 387e762476ff224ee40760910e73a3905a2c380a
Author: Faraz Shahbazker <fshahbazker@wavecomp.com>
Date:   Mon May 6 09:29:20 2019 -0700

    Add macro expansions for ADD, SUB, DADD and DSUB for MIPS r6
    
    Release 6 of the MIPS architecture does not have an ADDI instruction.
    ADD/SUB instructions with immediate operands can be expanded to load
    and immediate value and then perform the operation.
    
    gas/
    	* config/tc-mips.c (macro) <M_ADD_I, M_SUB_I, M_DADD_I, M_DSUB_I>:
    	Add expansions for MIPS r6.
    	* testsuite/gas/mips/add.s: Enable tests for R6.
    	* testsuite/gas/mips/daddi.s: Annotate to test DADD for R6.
    	* testsuite/gas/mips/mipsr6@add.d: Likewise.
    	* gas/testsuite/gas/mips/mipsr6@dadd.d: New test.
    	* gas/testsuite/gas/mips/mips.exp: Run the new test.
    
    opcodes/
            * mips-opc.c (mips_opcodes): Enable ADD, SUB, DADD and DSUB
    	macros for R6.

commit 0067be51e9436c5bbd961a4f54c10dbd50c491ea
Author: Alan Modra <amodra@gmail.com>
Date:   Sat May 11 09:42:00 2019 +0930

    PowerPC objdump -Mraw
    
    	* ppc-dis.c (print_insn_powerpc) Don't skip optional operands
    	when -Mraw is in effect.

commit 55cb8bb5a870380a9d5f45d8002b7ffab529f6ff
Author: GDB Administrator <gdbadmin@sourceware.org>
Date:   Sat May 11 00:00:19 2019 +0000

    Automatic date update in version.in

commit e173ea00c2941af42ea4e2267446d6039a70da6e
Author: Joshua Oreman <oremanj@hudson-trading.com>
Date:   Sat May 11 07:27:10 2019 +0800

    Fix problem with ICF where diffs in EH frame info is ignored.
    
    	PR gold/21066
    	* gc.h (gc_process_relocs): Track relocations in .eh_frame sections
    	when ICF is enabled, even though the .eh_frame sections themselves
    	are not foldable.
    	* icf.cc (get_section_contents): Change arguments to permit operation
    	on just part of a section. Include extra identity regions in the
    	referring section's contents recursively.
    	(match_sections): Lock object here instead of in get_section_contents
    	so that get_section_contents can operate recursively.
    	(Icf::add_ehframe_links): New method.
    	(Icf::find_identical_sections): Pass .eh_frame sections to
    	add_ehframe_links(). Increase default iteration count from 2 to 3
    	because handling exception info typically requires one extra iteration.
    	* icf.h (Icf::extra_identity_list_): New data member with accessor.
    	(is_section_foldable_candidate): Include .gcc_except_table sections.
    	* options.h: Update documentation for new default ICF iteration count.
    	* testsuite/Makefile.am (icf_test_pr21066): New test case.
    	* testsuite/Makefile.in: Regenerate.
    	* testsuite/icf_test_pr21066.cc: New source file.
    	* testsuite/icf_test_pr21066.sh: New test script.

commit 1367480341749b1498a6c5e7a7b79c7a4ab4ed34
Author: Simon Marchi <simon.marchi@efficios.com>
Date:   Fri May 10 17:22:09 2019 -0400

    Fix GDB build when using --disable-gdbmi
    
    Since commit
    
        b4be1b064860 ("Fix MI output for multi-location breakpoints")
    
    we get this error when building with --disable-gdbmi:
    
          CXXLD  gdb
        /home/smarchi/src/binutils-gdb/gdb/breakpoint.c:6358: error: undefined reference to 'mi_multi_location_breakpoint_output_fixed(ui_out*)'
    
    This is due to breakpoint.c using a function defined in mi/mi-main.c, even
    though mi/mi-main.c isn't included in the build.
    
    To fix it, use the flags feature of ui_out.  mi_ui_out has the new
    fix_multi_location_breakpoint_output flag set for versions >= 3.  Also,
    move the global variable fix_multi_location_breakpoint_output to
    breakpoint.c, so it can be read there even when we build without MI.  I
    renamed it to fix_multi_location_breakpoint_output_globally so it
    doesn't clash with the new enumerator.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    
    	* breakpoint.h (fix_multi_location_breakpoint_output_globally):
    	New variable declaration.
    	* breakpoint.c (fix_multi_location_breakpoint_output_globally):
    	New variable.
    	(print_one_breakpoint): Use ui_out::test_flags and new global
    	variable to compute use_fixed_output.
    	* mi/mi-main.h (mi_multi_location_breakpoint_output_fixed):
    	Remove.
    	* mi/mi-main.c (fix_multi_location_breakpoint_output): Remove.
    	(mi_multi_location_breakpoint_output_fixed): Remove.
    	(mi_cmd_fix_multi_location_breakpoint_output): Adjust to set the
    	new variable.
    	* mi/mi-out.c (mi_ui_out::mi_ui_out): Set
    	fix_multi_location_breakpoint_output flag if version >= 3.
    	* ui-out.h (enum ui_out_flag)
    	<fix_multi_location_breakpoint_output>: New enumerator.

commit a9eac7f9b45e92b83db476d167e5ff26607a8b47
Author: Simon Marchi <simon.marchi@efficios.com>
Date:   Fri May 10 16:29:00 2019 -0400

    cc-with-tweaks: show dwz stderr and verify result
    
    When running the gdb.base/index-cache.exp test case with the
    cc-with-dwz-m board, I noticed that the final executable didn't actually
    contain a .gnu_debugaltlink section with the name of the external dwz
    file:
    
        $ readelf --debug-dump=links testsuite/outputs/gdb.base/index-cache/index-cache
        * empty *
    
    Running dwz by hand, I realized it's because dwz complains that the
    output .debug_info section is empty and fails:
    
        $ gcc ~/src/binutils-gdb/gdb/testsuite/gdb.base/index-cache.c -g3 -O0 -o a && cp a b
        $ dwz -m foo a b
        dwz: foo: .debug_info section not present
        $ echo $?
        1
    
    This is because index-cache.c is trivial (just an empty main) and dwz
    doesn't find anything to factor out to the dwz file. [1]
    
    I think that cc-with-tweaks should fail in this scenario: if the user
    asks for an external dwz file to be generated (the -m flag), then it
    should be an error if cc-with-tweaks doesn't manage to produce an
    executable with the proper link to this external dwz file.  Otherwise,
    the test runs with a regular non-dwzified executable, which gives a
    false sense of security about whether the feature under test works with
    dwzified executables.
    
    So this patch adds checks for that after invoking dwz.  It also removes
    the 2>&1 to allow the error message to be printed like so:
    
        Running /home/smarchi/src/binutils-gdb/gdb/testsuite/gdb.base/index-cache.exp ...
        gdb compile failed, dwz: /home/smarchi/build/binutils-gdb/gdb/testsuite/outputs/gdb.base/index-cache/index-cache.dwz: .debug_info section not present
    
    - In the -m case (multi-file compression), we check if the expected output file
      exists.
    - In the -z case (single-file compression), we check if the file
      contents has changed.  This should catch cases where dwz doesn't modify the
      file because it's not worth it.
    
    It was chosen not to check for dwz's exit code, as it is not very
    reliable up to dwz 0.12.
    
    With this patch, fewer tests will pass than before with the
    cc-with-dwz and cc-with-dwz-m boards, but those were false positives
    anyway, as the test ran with regular executables.
    
    [1] Note that dwz has been patched by Tom de Vries to work correctly in
    this case, so we can use dwz master to run the test:
    
    https://sourceware.org/git/?p=dwz.git;a=commit;h=08becc8b33453b6d013a65e7eeae57fc1881e801
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    
    	* contrib/cc-with-tweaks.sh: Validate dwz's work.

commit a97c8e56362b77fcbbf5b57e5053356320273977
Author: Tom Tromey <tromey@adacore.com>
Date:   Fri May 10 08:19:04 2019 -0600

    Document lazy computation for pretty-printer "children" method
    
    I found out recently that some users didn't know that the Python
    pretty-printers "children" method should compute its result lazily.
    This has been a good idea since the earliest days, but wasn't
    mentioned in the docs.  This patch adds some text to this effect.
    
    gdb/doc/ChangeLog
    2019-05-10  Tom Tromey  <tromey@adacore.com>
    
    	* python.texi (Pretty Printing API): Mention lazy computation for
    	"children".

commit 71bed2dba6c0706633ead4994cc89e063abf28ea
Author: Tom Tromey <tromey@adacore.com>
Date:   Fri May 3 17:03:40 2019 -0600

    Add completion for Ada catch commands
    
    This patch adds a completion function to the "catch exception"
    and "catch handlers" commands.
    
    Tested on x86-64 Fedora 29; reviewed off-list by Joel.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-05-10  Tom Tromey  <tromey@adacore.com>
    
    	* ada-lang.c (catch_ada_completer): New function.
    	(_initialize_ada_language): Use it.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog
    2019-05-10  Tom Tromey  <tromey@adacore.com>
    
    	* gdb.ada/info_exc.exp: Add "complete" test.

commit b8e07335d04f8c8e611a65905598915f68b0b707
Author: Tom Tromey <tromey@adacore.com>
Date:   Fri May 10 06:59:19 2019 -0600

    Minor "catch" documentation improvements
    
    This patch makes a few minor improvements to the catchpoint
    documentation:
    
    * "catch exception" and "catch handlers" now mention the argument in
      the @item.
    
    * "catch exception unhandled" is moved to be closer to "catch
      exception", rather than after "catch handlers".
    
    * "catch load" and "catch unload" now wrap the argument in @var.
    
    gdb/doc/ChangeLog
    2019-05-10  Tom Tromey  <tromey@adacore.com>
    
    	* gdb.texinfo (Set Catchpoints): Add text for parameter to "catch
    	exception" and "catch handlers".  Move "catch exception unhandled"
    	text.  Use @var for "catch load" and "catch unload"

commit 391bf8918b16f9f3ad1060d5cb0fc0c4048421bb
Author: Alan Modra <amodra@gmail.com>
Date:   Fri May 10 23:17:45 2019 +0930

    Re: Sign-extend start and stop address inputs to objdump
    
    git commit 2379f9c475 introduced an rx-elf test failure.  This fixes it.
    
    	* testsuite/binutils-all/objdump.exp (test_objdump_disas_limited),
    	(test_objdump_content_limited): Add text arg, use in place of .text.
    	(bintest_signed.o): Call get_standard_section_names for name of
    	text section.

commit 24c54127c5c4da81b9e6c248c8e918b3564b271a
Author: Tom Tromey <tromey@adacore.com>
Date:   Fri May 10 07:17:48 2019 -0600

    Two minor constifications
    
    I noticed a couple of spots where a "char *" was used where a
    "const char *" made more sense.  This patch fixes both of them.
    Tested by rebuilding.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-05-10  Tom Tromey  <tromey@adacore.com>
    
    	* thread.c (print_thread_info): Make "requested_threads" const.
    	* gdbthread.h (print_thread_info): Make "requested_threads"
    	const.
    	* ada-tasks.c (print_ada_task_info): Make "taskno_str" const.
    	* ada-lang.h (print_ada_task_info): Make "taskno_str" const.

commit f3e606a3db56db3ce1ab172511a4ffe9310a496f
Author: GDB Administrator <gdbadmin@sourceware.org>
Date:   Fri May 10 00:00:37 2019 +0000

    Automatic date update in version.in

commit bda678b9e5e4a343a9bb2b0fd20cf52035bad78e
Author: Peter Bergner <bergner@linux.ibm.com>
Date:   Thu May 9 09:09:47 2019 -0500

    Update printing of optional operands during disassembly.
    
    opcodes/
    	* ppc-dis.c (skip_optional_operands): Change return type and returns.
    	(print_insn_powerpc) <skip_optional>: Change type.
    	Call skip_optional_operands if we have not skipped any operands.
    gas/
    	* testsuite/gas/ppc/476.d: Update expected output.
    	* testsuite/gas/ppc/power6.d: Likewise.

commit 8de09632ff6683a48b8acfb05d3b35b4ab4507fe
Author: Matthew Malcomson <matthew.malcomson@arm.com>
Date:   Thu May 9 14:52:45 2019 +0100

    [gas][testsuite] Don't specify arch in testsuite output
    
    My testcase matched against a file format of elf64-littleaarch64 in the
    objdump output.  This was unnecessarily restrictive and causes testcase
    failures on aarch64_be.
    
    Here we remove that restriction.
    Committed as obvious.
    
    Testing done on aarch64_be-none-elf gas to see the failure goes away.
    
    gas/ChangeLog:
    
    2019-05-09  Matthew Malcomson  <matthew.malcomson@arm.com>
    
    	* testsuite/gas/aarch64/sve2.d: Remove file format restriction.

commit 63b667adb4a915f13ec3ace77af4b9cbd76bceac
Author: Tom de Vries <tdevries@suse.de>
Date:   Thu May 9 12:24:38 2019 +0200

    [gdb/testsuite] Fix gdb.arch/amd64-tailcall-self.S
    
    The test-case gdb.arch/amd64-tailcall-self.exp fails here:
    ...
    if ![runto b] {
        return -1
    }
    ...
    like:
    ...
    (gdb) file build/gdb/testsuite/outputs/gdb.arch/amd64-tailcall-self/\
      amd64-tailcall-self
    Reading symbols from build/gdb/testsuite/outputs/gdb.arch/\
      amd64-tailcall-self/amd64-tailcall-self...
    Dwarf Error: Cannot find DIE at 0x1f5 referenced from DIE at 0x107 [in \
      module build/gdb/testsuite/outputs/gdb.arch/amd64-tailcall-self/\
      amd64-tailcall-self]
    ...
    
    The problem is that in amd64-tailcall-self.S, CU-relative references are
    assigned .debug_info section relative values.  [ This is similar to the
    problem fixed by "Fix gdb.arch/amd64-entry-value-paramref.S". ]
    
    Fix this by assigning CU-relative references instead.
    
    Tested on x86_64-linux.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog:
    
    2019-05-09  Tom de Vries  <tdevries@suse.de>
    
    	* gdb.arch/amd64-tailcall-self.S: Make DW_FORM_ref4 references
    	CU-relative.

commit e111c7d1eb8404f29c45f3aa5dbc531062ebbd73
Author: Matthew Malcomson <matthew.malcomson@arm.com>
Date:   Thu May 9 10:29:29 2019 +0100

    [binutils][aarch64] Add SVE2 tests
    
    Add tests that SVE2 instructions are encoded as they should be, and
    tests that invalid instructions have their problems reported.
    
    Also check that each sve2 cryptographic extension is required to use the
    corresponding cryptographic instructions.
    
    Finally, test to ensure that sve2 instructions using mnemonics that
    exist in sve1 still need the sve2 feature to be used.
    
    gas/ChangeLog:
    
    2019-05-09  Matthew Malcomson  <matthew.malcomson@arm.com>
    
    	* testsuite/gas/aarch64/illegal-sve2-aes.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/aarch64/illegal-sve2-bitperm.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/aarch64/illegal-sve2-sha3.d: Test new instructions.
    	* testsuite/gas/aarch64/illegal-sve2-sm4.d: Test new instructions.
    	* testsuite/gas/aarch64/illegal-sve2-sve1ext.d: Test new instructions.
    	* testsuite/gas/aarch64/illegal-sve2-sve1ext.l: Test new instructions.
    	* testsuite/gas/aarch64/illegal-sve2.d: Test new instructions.
    	* testsuite/gas/aarch64/illegal-sve2.l: Test new instructions.
    	* testsuite/gas/aarch64/illegal-sve2.s: Test new instructions.
    	* testsuite/gas/aarch64/sve1-extended-sve2.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/aarch64/sve2.d: Test new instructions.
    	* testsuite/gas/aarch64/sve2.s: Test new instructions.

commit 42e6288f9f9d7dfe560d2bed1fb5e7f27ac3256f
Author: Matthew Malcomson <matthew.malcomson@arm.com>
Date:   Thu May 9 10:29:28 2019 +0100

    [binutils][aarch64] Add SVE2 instructions.
    
    This patch adds all the SVE2 instructions and their associated qualifier
    sets.
    Ok for trunk?
    
    opcodes/ChangeLog:
    
    2019-05-09  Matthew Malcomson  <matthew.malcomson@arm.com>
    
    	* aarch64-dis-2.c: Regenerate.
    	* aarch64-tbl.h (OP_SVE_BBU): New variant set.
    	(OP_SVE_BBB): New variant set.
    	(OP_SVE_DDDD): New variant set.
    	(OP_SVE_HHH): New variant set.
    	(OP_SVE_HHHU): New variant set.
    	(OP_SVE_SSS): New variant set.
    	(OP_SVE_SSSU): New variant set.
    	(OP_SVE_SHH): New variant set.
    	(OP_SVE_SBBU): New variant set.
    	(OP_SVE_DSS): New variant set.
    	(OP_SVE_DHHU): New variant set.
    	(OP_SVE_VMV_HSD_BHS): New variant set.
    	(OP_SVE_VVU_HSD_BHS): New variant set.
    	(OP_SVE_VVVU_SD_BH): New variant set.
    	(OP_SVE_VVVU_BHSD): New variant set.
    	(OP_SVE_VVV_QHD_DBS): New variant set.
    	(OP_SVE_VVV_HSD_BHS): New variant set.
    	(OP_SVE_VVV_HSD_BHS2): New variant set.
    	(OP_SVE_VVV_BHS_HSD): New variant set.
    	(OP_SVE_VV_BHS_HSD): New variant set.
    	(OP_SVE_VVV_SD): New variant set.
    	(OP_SVE_VVU_BHS_HSD): New variant set.
    	(OP_SVE_VZVV_SD): New variant set.
    	(OP_SVE_VZVV_BH): New variant set.
    	(OP_SVE_VZV_SD): New variant set.
    	(aarch64_opcode_table): Add sve2 instructions.

commit 28ed815ad2b0cb93eede83022269d6a60b9cdf31
Author: Matthew Malcomson <matthew.malcomson@arm.com>
Date:   Thu May 9 10:29:27 2019 +0100

    [binutils][aarch64] New SVE_SHLIMM_UNPRED_22 operand.
    
    New operand describes a shift-left immediate encoded in bits
    22:20-19:18-16 where UInt(bits) - esize == shift.
    This operand is useful for instructions like sshllb.
    
    gas/ChangeLog:
    
    2019-05-09  Matthew Malcomson  <matthew.malcomson@arm.com>
    
    	* config/tc-aarch64.c (parse_operands): Handle new SVE_SHLIMM_UNPRED_22
    	operand.
    
    include/ChangeLog:
    
    2019-05-09  Matthew Malcomson  <matthew.malcomson@arm.com>
    
    	* opcode/aarch64.h (enum aarch64_opnd): New SVE_SHLIMM_UNPRED_22
    	operand.
    
    opcodes/ChangeLog:
    
    2019-05-09  Matthew Malcomson  <matthew.malcomson@arm.com>
    
    	* aarch64-asm-2.c: Regenerated.
    	* aarch64-dis-2.c: Regenerated.
    	* aarch64-opc-2.c: Regenerated.
    	* aarch64-opc.c (operand_general_constraint_met_p): Constraint checking
    	for SVE_SHLIMM_UNPRED_22.
    	(aarch64_print_operand): Add printing for SVE_SHLIMM_UNPRED_22.
    	* aarch64-tbl.h (AARCH64_OPERANDS): Use new SVE_SHLIMM_UNPRED_22
    	operand.

commit fd1dc4a0c1b87c1efa7e0398fd47fd1e87fa0fb4
Author: Matthew Malcomson <matthew.malcomson@arm.com>
Date:   Thu May 9 10:29:26 2019 +0100

    [binutils][aarch64] New sve_size_tsz_bhs iclass.
    
    Add sve_size_tsz_bhs iclass needed for sqxtnb and similar instructions.
    This iclass encodes one of three variants by the most significant bit
    set in a 3-bit value where only one bit may be set.
    
    include/ChangeLog:
    
    2019-05-09  Matthew Malcomson  <matthew.malcomson@arm.com>
    
    	* opcode/aarch64.h (enum aarch64_insn_class): Add sve_size_tsz_bhs
    	iclass.
    
    opcodes/ChangeLog:
    
    2019-05-09  Matthew Malcomson  <matthew.malcomson@arm.com>
    
    	* aarch64-asm.c (aarch64_encode_variant_using_iclass): Handle
    	sve_size_tsz_bhs iclass encode.
    	* aarch64-dis.c (aarch64_decode_variant_using_iclass): Handle
    	sve_size_tsz_bhs iclass decode.

commit 31e36ab341498bb477a46a0475100ec5d471c4f2
Author: Matthew Malcomson <matthew.malcomson@arm.com>
Date:   Thu May 9 10:29:24 2019 +0100

    [binutils][aarch64] New SVE_Zm4_11_INDEX operand.
    
    This includes defining a new single bit field SVE_i2h at position 20.
    SVE_Zm4_11_INDEX handles indexed Zn registers where the index is encoded
    in bits 20:11 and the register is chosed from range z0-z15 in bits 19-16.
    
    gas/ChangeLog:
    
    2019-05-09  Matthew Malcomson  <matthew.malcomson@arm.com>
    
    	* config/tc-aarch64.c (parse_operands): Handle new SVE_Zm4_11_INDEX
    	operand.
    
    include/ChangeLog:
    
    2019-05-09  Matthew Malcomson  <matthew.malcomson@arm.com>
    
    	* opcode/aarch64.h (enum aarch64_opnd): New SVE_Zm4_11_INDEX operand.
    
    opcodes/ChangeLog:
    
    2019-05-09  Matthew Malcomson  <matthew.malcomson@arm.com>
    
    	* aarch64-asm-2.c: Regenerated.
    	* aarch64-dis-2.c: Regenerated.
    	* aarch64-opc-2.c: Regenerated.
    	* aarch64-opc.c (operand_general_constraint_met_p): Constraint checking
    	for SVE_Zm4_11_INDEX.
    	(aarch64_print_operand): Add printing for SVE_Zm4_11_INDEX.
    	(fields): Handle SVE_i2h field.
    	* aarch64-opc.h (enum aarch64_field_kind): New SVE_i2h field.
    	* aarch64-tbl.h (AARCH64_OPERANDS): Use new SVE_Zm4_11_INDEX operand.

commit 1be5f94f9c85821287b9ae423f738a8bab499526
Author: Matthew Malcomson <matthew.malcomson@arm.com>
Date:   Thu May 9 10:29:23 2019 +0100

    [binutils][aarch64] New sve_shift_tsz_bhsd iclass.
    
    This new iclass encodes the variant by which is the most significant bit
    used of bits 23-22:20-19, where those bits are usually part of a
    given constant operand.
    
    include/ChangeLog:
    
    2019-05-09  Matthew Malcomson  <matthew.malcomson@arm.com>
    
    	* opcode/aarch64.h (enum aarch64_insn_class): Add sve_shift_tsz_bhsd
    	iclass.
    
    opcodes/ChangeLog:
    
    2019-05-09  Matthew Malcomson  <matthew.malcomson@arm.com>
    
    	* aarch64-asm.c (aarch64_encode_variant_using_iclass): Handle
    	sve_shift_tsz_bhsd iclass encode.
    	* aarch64-dis.c (aarch64_decode_variant_using_iclass): Handle
    	sve_shift_tsz_bhsd iclass decode.

commit 3c17238bc9fe8a078a6199470291f07bab9c64c8
Author: Matthew Malcomson <matthew.malcomson@arm.com>
Date:   Thu May 9 10:29:22 2019 +0100

    [binutils][aarch64] New SVE_SHRIMM_UNPRED_22 operand.
    
    Include a new iclass to extract the variant from the most significant 3
    bits of this operand.
    
    Instructions such as rshrnb include a constant shift amount as an
    operand, where the most significant three bits of this operand determine
    what size elements the instruction is operating on.
    
    The new SVE_SHRIMM_UNPRED_22 operand denotes this constant encoded in
    bits 22:20-19:18-16 while the new sve_shift_tsz_hsd iclass denotes that
    the SVE qualifier is encoded in bits 22:20-19.
    
    gas/ChangeLog:
    
    2019-05-09  Matthew Malcomson  <matthew.malcomson@arm.com>
    
    	* config/tc-aarch64.c (parse_operands): Handle new SVE_SHRIMM_UNPRED_22
    	operand.
    
    include/ChangeLog:
    
    2019-05-09  Matthew Malcomson  <matthew.malcomson@arm.com>
    
    	* opcode/aarch64.h (enum aarch64_opnd): New SVE_SHRIMM_UNPRED_22
    	operand.
    	(enum aarch64_insn_class): Add sve_shift_tsz_hsd iclass.
    
    opcodes/ChangeLog:
    
    2019-05-09  Matthew Malcomson  <matthew.malcomson@arm.com>
    
    	* aarch64-asm-2.c: Regenerated.
    	* aarch64-dis-2.c: Regenerated.
    	* aarch64-opc-2.c: Regenerated.
    	* aarch64-asm.c (aarch64_ins_sve_shrimm):
    	(aarch64_encode_variant_using_iclass): Handle
    	sve_shift_tsz_hsd iclass encode.
    	* aarch64-dis.c (aarch64_decode_variant_using_iclass): Handle
    	sve_shift_tsz_hsd iclass decode.
    	* aarch64-opc.c (operand_general_constraint_met_p): Constraint checking
    	for SVE_SHRIMM_UNPRED_22.
    	(aarch64_print_operand): Add printing for SVE_SHRIMM_UNPRED_22.
    	* aarch64-tbl.h (AARCH64_OPERANDS): Use new SVE_SHRIMM_UNPRED_22
    	operand.

commit cd50a87ae29f163e7d254729a902a5e51fcccbbc
Author: Matthew Malcomson <matthew.malcomson@arm.com>
Date:   Thu May 9 10:29:21 2019 +0100

    [binutils][aarch64] New sve_size_013 iclass.
    
    Add sve_size_013 instruction class
    
    This new iclass handles instructions such as pmullb whose size specifier
    can only be encoded as 0, 1, or 3.
    
    include/ChangeLog:
    
    2019-05-09  Matthew Malcomson  <matthew.malcomson@arm.com>
    
    	* opcode/aarch64.h (enum aarch64_insn_class): Add sve_size_013 iclass.
    
    opcodes/ChangeLog:
    
    2019-05-09  Matthew Malcomson  <matthew.malcomson@arm.com>
    
    	* aarch64-asm.c (aarch64_encode_variant_using_iclass): Handle
    	sve_size_013 iclass encode.
    	* aarch64-dis.c (aarch64_decode_variant_using_iclass): Handle
    	sve_size_013 iclass decode.

commit 3c705960ca0e12bb5d3a12d14ca6703006102d98
Author: Matthew Malcomson <matthew.malcomson@arm.com>
Date:   Thu May 9 10:29:20 2019 +0100

    [binutils][aarch64] New sve_size_bh iclass.
    
    Add new iclass sve_size_bh to handle instructions that have two variants
    encoded with the SVE_sz field.
    This iclass behaves the same as the sve_size_sd iclass, but it has a
    nicer name for those instructions that choose between variants using the
    "B" and "H" size qualifiers.
    
    include/ChangeLog:
    
    2019-05-09  Matthew Malcomson  <matthew.malcomson@arm.com>
    
    	* opcode/aarch64.h (enum aarch64_insn_class): Add sve_size_bh iclass.
    
    opcodes/ChangeLog:
    
    2019-05-09  Matthew Malcomson  <matthew.malcomson@arm.com>
    
    	* aarch64-asm.c (aarch64_encode_variant_using_iclass): Handle
    	sve_size_bh iclass encode.
    	* aarch64-dis.c (aarch64_decode_variant_using_iclass): Handle
    	sve_size_bh iclass decode.

commit 0a57e14ffa4c2900f64780375282dc5dc493e250
Author: Matthew Malcomson <matthew.malcomson@arm.com>
Date:   Thu May 9 10:29:19 2019 +0100

    [binutils][aarch64] New sve_size_sd2 iclass.
    
    Define new sve_size_sd2 iclass to distinguish between the two variants
    of ldnt1sb and ldnt1sh.
    
    include/ChangeLog:
    
    2019-05-09  Matthew Malcomson  <matthew.malcomson@arm.com>
    
    	* opcode/aarch64.h (enum aarch64_insn_class): Add sve_size_sd2 iclass.
    
    opcodes/ChangeLog:
    
    2019-05-09  Matthew Malcomson  <matthew.malcomson@arm.com>
    
    	* aarch64-asm.c (aarch64_encode_variant_using_iclass): Handle
    	sve_size_sd2 iclass encode.
    	* aarch64-dis.c (aarch64_decode_variant_using_iclass): Handle
    	sve_size_sd2 iclass decode.
    	* aarch64-opc.c (fields): Handle SVE_sz2 field.
    	* aarch64-opc.h (enum aarch64_field_kind): New SVE_sz2 field.

commit c469c86473273e115b267a6f8c93c8942deb93c4
Author: Matthew Malcomson <matthew.malcomson@arm.com>
Date:   Thu May 9 10:29:18 2019 +0100

    [binutils][aarch64] New SVE_ADDR_ZX operand.
    
    Add AARCH64_OPND_SVE_ADDR_ZX operand that allows a vector of addresses
    in a Zn register, offset by an Xm register.
    This is used with scatter/gather SVE2 instructions.
    
    gas/ChangeLog:
    
    2019-05-09  Matthew Malcomson  <matthew.malcomson@arm.com>
    
    	* config/tc-aarch64.c (REG_ZR): Macro specifying zero register.
    	(parse_address_main): Account for new addressing mode [Zn.S, Xm].
    	(parse_operands): Handle new SVE_ADDR_ZX operand.
    
    include/ChangeLog:
    
    2019-05-09  Matthew Malcomson  <matthew.malcomson@arm.com>
    
    	* opcode/aarch64.h (enum aarch64_opnd): New SVE_ADDR_ZX operand.
    
    opcodes/ChangeLog:
    
    2019-05-09  Matthew Malcomson  <matthew.malcomson@arm.com>
    
    	* aarch64-asm-2.c: Regenerated.
    	* aarch64-dis-2.c: Regenerated.
    	* aarch64-opc-2.c: Regenerated.
    	* aarch64-opc.c (operand_general_constraint_met_p): Constraint checking
    	for SVE_ADDR_ZX.
    	(aarch64_print_operand): Add printing for SVE_ADDR_ZX.
    	* aarch64-tbl.h (AARCH64_OPERANDS): Use new SVE_ADDR_ZX operand.

commit 116adc27470ed3682b6236e44e3b18838673036c
Author: Matthew Malcomson <matthew.malcomson@arm.com>
Date:   Thu May 9 10:29:17 2019 +0100

    [binutils][aarch64] New SVE_Zm3_11_INDEX operand.
    
    Introduce new operand SVE_Zm3_11_INDEX that indicates a register between
    z0-z7 stored in bits 18-16 and an index stored in bits 20-19:11.
    
    gas/ChangeLog:
    
    2019-05-09  Matthew Malcomson  <matthew.malcomson@arm.com>
    
    	* config/tc-aarch64.c (parse_operands): Handle new SVE_Zm3_11_INDEX
    	operand.
    
    include/ChangeLog:
    
    2019-05-09  Matthew Malcomson  <matthew.malcomson@arm.com>
    
    	* opcode/aarch64.h (enum aarch64_opnd): New SVE_Zm3_11_INDEX operand.
    
    opcodes/ChangeLog:
    
    2019-05-09  Matthew Malcomson  <matthew.malcomson@arm.com>
    
    	* aarch64-asm-2.c: Regenerated.
    	* aarch64-dis-2.c: Regenerated.
    	* aarch64-opc-2.c: Regenerated.
    	* aarch64-opc.c (operand_general_constraint_met_p): Constraint checking
    	for SVE_Zm3_11_INDEX.
    	(aarch64_print_operand): Add printing for SVE_Zm3_11_INDEX.
    	(fields): Handle SVE_i3l and SVE_i3h2 fields.
    	* aarch64-opc.h (enum aarch64_field_kind): New SVE_i3l and SVE_i3h2
    	fields.
    	* aarch64-tbl.h (AARCH64_OPERANDS): Use new SVE_Zm3_11_INDEX operand.

commit 3bd82c86f0f432bd7653101069bf056fda14b7cd
Author: Matthew Malcomson <matthew.malcomson@arm.com>
Date:   Thu May 9 10:29:16 2019 +0100

    [binutils][aarch64] New iclass sve_size_hsd2.
    
    Add "sve_size_hsd2" iclass decode that uses the new FLD_SVE_size field
    value to determine the variant of an instruction.
    
    include/ChangeLog:
    
    2019-05-09  Matthew Malcomson  <matthew.malcomson@arm.com>
    
    	* opcode/aarch64.h (enum aarch64_insn_class): Add sve_size_hsd2 iclass.
    
    opcodes/ChangeLog:
    
    2019-05-09  Matthew Malcomson  <matthew.malcomson@arm.com>
    
    	* aarch64-asm.c (aarch64_encode_variant_using_iclass): Handle
    	sve_size_hsd2 iclass encode.
    	* aarch64-dis.c (aarch64_decode_variant_using_iclass): Handle
    	sve_size_hsd2 iclass decode.
    	* aarch64-opc.c (fields): Handle SVE_size field.
    	* aarch64-opc.h (enum aarch64_field_kind): New SVE_size field.

commit adccc50753467ac66573471f180a60d8d96ce223
Author: Matthew Malcomson <matthew.malcomson@arm.com>
Date:   Thu May 9 10:29:15 2019 +0100

    [binutils][aarch64] Introduce SVE_IMM_ROT3 operand.
    
    New operand AARCH64_OPND_SVE_IMM_ROT3 handles a single bit rotate
    operand encoded at bit position 10.
    
    gas/ChangeLog:
    
    2019-05-09  Matthew Malcomson  <matthew.malcomson@arm.com>
    
    	* config/tc-aarch64.c (parse_operands): Handle new SVE_IMM_ROT3 operand.
    
    include/ChangeLog:
    
    2019-05-09  Matthew Malcomson  <matthew.malcomson@arm.com>
    
    	* opcode/aarch64.h (enum aarch64_opnd): New SVE_IMM_ROT3 operand.
    
    opcodes/ChangeLog:
    
    2019-05-09  Matthew Malcomson  <matthew.malcomson@arm.com>
    
    	* aarch64-asm-2.c: Regenerated.
    	* aarch64-dis-2.c: Regenerated.
    	* aarch64-opc-2.c: Regenerated.
    	* aarch64-opc.c (operand_general_constraint_met_p): Constraint checking
    	for SVE_IMM_ROT3.
    	(aarch64_print_operand): Add printing for SVE_IMM_ROT3.
    	(fields): Handle SVE_rot3 field.
    	* aarch64-opc.h (enum aarch64_field_kind): New SVE_rot3 field.
    	* aarch64-tbl.h (AARCH64_OPERANDS): Use new SVE_IMM_ROT3 operand.

commit 5cd99750959f54fea9e7290ec850df6c96878b56
Author: Matthew Malcomson <matthew.malcomson@arm.com>
Date:   Thu May 9 10:29:13 2019 +0100

    [binutils][aarch64] Allow movprfx for SVE2 instructions.
    
    SVE2 introduces a number of new instructions that work with the movprfx
    instruction.  This commit ensures that SVE2 instructions are accounted
    for.
    
    opcodes/ChangeLog:
    
    2019-05-09  Matthew Malcomson  <matthew.malcomson@arm.com>
    
    	* aarch64-opc.c (verify_constraints): Check for movprfx for sve2
    	instructions.

commit 7ce2460a77a8f66a145c11522f494f3262255390
Author: Matthew Malcomson <matthew.malcomson@arm.com>
Date:   Thu May 9 10:29:12 2019 +0100

    [binutils][aarch64] SVE2 feature extension flags.
    
    Include all feature flag macros.
    
    The "sve2" extension that enables the core sve2 instructions.
    This also enables the sve extension, since sve is a requirement of sve2.
    
    Extra optional sve2 features are the bitperm, sm4, aes, and sha3 extensions.
    These are all given extra feature flags, "bitperm", "sve2-sm4",
    "sve2-aes", and "sve2-sha3" respectively.
    The sm4, aes, and sha3 extensions are explicitly marked as sve2
    extensions to distinguish them from the corresponding NEON extensions.
    
    Rather than continue extending the current feature flag numbers, I used
    some bits that have been skipped.
    
    gas/ChangeLog:
    
    2019-05-09  Matthew Malcomson  <matthew.malcomson@arm.com>
    
    	* config/tc-aarch64.c: Add command line architecture feature flags
    	"sve2", "sve2-sm4", "sve2-aes", "sve2-sha3", "bitperm".
    	* doc/c-aarch64.texi: Document new architecture feature flags.
    
    include/ChangeLog:
    
    2019-05-09  Matthew Malcomson  <matthew.malcomson@arm.com>
    
    	* opcode/aarch64.h (AARCH64_FEATURE_SVE2
    	AARCH64_FEATURE_SVE2_AES, AARCH64_FEATURE_SVE2_BITPERM,
    	AARCH64_FEATURE_SVE2_SM4, AARCH64_FEATURE_SVE2_SHA3): New
    	feature macros.
    
    opcodes/ChangeLog:
    
    2019-05-09  Matthew Malcomson  <matthew.malcomson@arm.com>
    
    	* aarch64-tbl.h
    	(aarch64_feature_sve2, aarch64_feature_sve2aes,
    	aarch64_feature_sve2sha3, aarch64_feature_sve2sm4,
    	aarch64_feature_sve2bitperm): New feature sets.
    	(SVE2, SVE2_AES, SVE2_SHA3, SVE2_SM4, SVE2_BITPERM): New macros
    	for feature set addresses.
    	(SVE2_INSN, SVE2_INSNC, SVE2AES_INSN, SVE2SHA3_INSN,
    	SVE2SM4_INSN, SVE2SM4_INSNC, SVE2BITPERM_INSN): New macros.

commit dd3189990b1d918b3a9e482ec6e9cc9a8b9e8fe9
Author: Dimitar Dimitrov <dimitar@dinux.eu>
Date:   Thu May 9 10:26:11 2019 +0100

    Use the correct names for the init and fini array start symbols in the default Pru linker script.
    
    	* scripttempl/pru.sc (__init_array_begin, __init_array_begin):
    	Rename.

commit b42560a24154570a42360294f44ff14a95d795ec
Author: GDB Administrator <gdbadmin@sourceware.org>
Date:   Thu May 9 00:00:28 2019 +0000

    Automatic date update in version.in

commit 9cfd2b89bd3fe943a87d5425d0bb0f8b14c85eb6
Author: Tom de Vries <tdevries@suse.de>
Date:   Thu May 9 00:41:26 2019 +0200

    [gdb/testsuite] Fix gdb.arch/amd64-entry-value-paramref.S
    
    The file gdb.arch/amd64-entry-value-paramref.S contains a DIE for function
    bar:
    ...
    DIE29:  .uleb128 0x2    # (DIE (0x29) DW_TAG_subprogram)
            .ascii "bar\0"  # DW_AT_name
            .byte   0x1     # DW_AT_decl_file (gdb.arch/amd64-entry-value-paramref.cc)
            .byte   0x15    # DW_AT_decl_line
            .long   DIE45   # DW_AT_type
            .byte   0x1     # DW_AT_inline
    ...
    which refers to DIE45:
    ...
    DIE45:	.uleb128 0x4	# (DIE (0x45) DW_TAG_base_type)
    	.byte	0x4	# DW_AT_byte_size
    	.byte	0x5	# DW_AT_encoding
    	.ascii "int\0"	# DW_AT_name
    ...
    using a form DW_FORM_ref4:
    ...
    	.uleb128 0x2	# (abbrev code)
    	.uleb128 0x2e	# (TAG: DW_TAG_subprogram)
    	.byte	0x1	# DW_children_yes
    	...
    	.uleb128 0x49	# (DW_AT_type)
    	.uleb128 0x13	# (DW_FORM_ref4)
    ...
    
    However, the DW_FORM_ref4 is a CU-relative reference, while using a label for
    the value will result in a section-relative value.
    
    So, if linked in object files contain dwarf info and are placed in the
    .debug_info section before the compilation units generated from
    amd64-entry-value-paramref.S, then the referenced type is at 0x108:
    ...
     <1><108>: Abbrev Number: 4 (DW_TAG_base_type)
        <109>   DW_AT_byte_size   : 4
        <10a>   DW_AT_encoding    : 5       (signed)
        <10b>   DW_AT_name        : int
    ...
    but the reference will point to a non-existing DIE at 0x1cf:
    ...
     <1><f0>: Abbrev Number: 2 (DW_TAG_subprogram)
        <f1>   DW_AT_name        : bar
        <f5>   DW_AT_decl_file   : 1
        <f6>   DW_AT_decl_line   : 21
        <f7>   DW_AT_type        : <0x1cf>
        <fb>   DW_AT_inline      : 1        (inlined)
    ...
    which happens to cause a GDB internal error described in PR23270 - "GDB
    internal error: dwarf2read.c:18656: internal-error: could not find partial
    DIE 0x1b7 in cache".
    
    Fix the invalid DWARF by making the reference value CU-relative:
    ...
    -       .long   DIE45   # DW_AT_type
    +       .long   DIE45 - .Ldebug_info0   # DW_AT_type
    ...
    
    Tested on x86_64-linux.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog:
    
    2019-05-09  Tom de Vries  <tdevries@suse.de>
    
    	* gdb.arch/amd64-entry-value-paramref.S: Make DW_FORM_ref4 references
    	CU-relative.

commit 7a1021395e0ef7a92e1653533b753a2221396015
Author: Tom Tromey <tom@tromey.com>
Date:   Thu May 2 16:13:50 2019 -0600

    Convert gdbtypes.c to type-safe registry API
    
    This changes gdbtypes.c to use the type-safe registry API.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-05-08  Tom Tromey  <tom@tromey.com>
    
    	* gdbtypes.c (objfile_type_data): Change type.
    	(objfile_type, _initialize_gdbtypes): Update.

commit 924d79e23306bb85fd1dd78564f4779fd3aeec56
Author: Tom Tromey <tom@tromey.com>
Date:   Thu May 2 16:11:22 2019 -0600

    Convert dwarf2-frame.c to type-safe registry API
    
    This changes dwarf2-frame.c to use the type-safe registry API.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-05-08  Tom Tromey  <tom@tromey.com>
    
    	* dwarf2-frame.c (dwarf2_frame_objfile_data): Change type.
    	(dwarf2_frame_find_fde, dwarf2_build_frame_info)
    	(_initialize_dwarf2_frame): Update.

commit 4c58e3376da3fedaca81f8c9386f3ccb81261f8a
Author: Tom Tromey <tom@tromey.com>
Date:   Thu May 2 16:08:54 2019 -0600

    Convert objc-lang.c to type-safe registry API
    
    This changes objc-lang.c to use the type-safe registry API.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-05-08  Tom Tromey  <tom@tromey.com>
    
    	* objc-lang.c (objc_objfile_data): Change type.
    	(find_methods): Update.
    	(_initialize_objc_lang): Remove.

commit d772d2abcc163142fc38655896c4704b06dae0b6
Author: Tom Tromey <tom@tromey.com>
Date:   Wed May 1 15:50:33 2019 -0600

    Convert stabsread.c to type-safe registry API
    
    This changes stabsread.c to use the type-safe registry API.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-05-08  Tom Tromey  <tom@tromey.com>
    
    	* stabsread.c (rs6000_builtin_type_data): Change type.
    	(rs6000_builtin_type, _initialize_stabsread): Update.

commit d11d83f47bad5dfc959ac60b3619017ac60bdaf9
Author: Tom Tromey <tom@tromey.com>
Date:   Wed May 1 15:46:15 2019 -0600

    Remove mips_pdr_data
    
    mips_pdr_data is unused, so this patch removes it.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-05-08  Tom Tromey  <tom@tromey.com>
    
    	* mips-tdep.c (mips_pdr_data): Remove.
    	(_initialize_mips_tdep): Update.

commit 9a73f0ad6ca2a9c027f30fca3d79fa958784dcbf
Author: Tom Tromey <tom@tromey.com>
Date:   Wed May 1 15:44:00 2019 -0600

    Convert hppa-tdep.c to type-safe registry API
    
    This changes hppa-tdep.c to use the type-safe registry API.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-05-08  Tom Tromey  <tom@tromey.com>
    
    	* hppa-tdep.c (hppa_objfile_priv_data): Change type.
    	(hppa_init_objfile_priv_data, read_unwind_info)
    	(find_unwind_entry, _initialize_hppa_tdep): Update.

commit 8127a2fab5780f27a1c9998b0be4d8b5c28c1603
Author: Tom Tromey <tom@tromey.com>
Date:   Wed May 1 15:41:13 2019 -0600

    Convert elfread.c to type-safe registry API
    
    This changes elfread.c to use the type-safe registry API.  This also
    fixes a potential memory leak, by changing the hash table so that it
    is no longer allocated on an obstack.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-05-08  Tom Tromey  <tom@tromey.com>
    
    	* elfread.c (elf_objfile_gnu_ifunc_cache_data): Change type.
    	(elf_gnu_ifunc_record_cache): Update.  Don't allocate hash table
    	on obstack.
    	(elf_gnu_ifunc_resolve_by_cache, _initialize_elfread): Update.

commit 91d3055d8b77d56cf64f85ace4237a0ccca98a4a
Author: Tom Tromey <tom@tromey.com>
Date:   Wed May 1 15:31:10 2019 -0600

    Convert mdebugread.c to type-safe registry API
    
    This changes mdebugread.c to use the type-safe registry API.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-05-08  Tom Tromey  <tom@tromey.com>
    
    	* mdebugread.c (basic_type_data): Change type.
    	(basic_type, _initialize_mdebugread): Update.

commit 31930bd34d15dd22c5ef47b46d8bc95a5ec34d0e
Author: Tom Tromey <tom@tromey.com>
Date:   Wed May 1 15:28:18 2019 -0600

    Add a noop deleter
    
    This adds a no-op deleter, which is used in subsequent patches.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-05-08  Tom Tromey  <tom@tromey.com>
    
    	* common/gdb_unique_ptr.h (struct noop_deleter): New.

commit bdb3ed9e634d3db8164d90dee12bc8b5e2458786
Author: Tom Tromey <tom@tromey.com>
Date:   Wed May 1 15:21:36 2019 -0600

    Convert nto-tdep.c to type-safe registry API
    
    This changes nto-tdep.c to use the type-safe registry API.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-05-08  Tom Tromey  <tom@tromey.com>
    
    	* nto-tdep.c (nto_inferior_data_reg): Change type.
    	(nto_inferior_data): Update.
    	(nto_inferior_data_cleanup, nto_new_inferior_data)
    	(_initialize_nto_tdep): Remove.
    	* nto-tdep.h (struct nto_inferior_data): Add initializers.

commit f37b313d5cafbed4e724db4724d1ab567b373be4
Author: Tom Tromey <tom@tromey.com>
Date:   Wed May 1 15:18:31 2019 -0600

    Convert ada-lang.c to type-safe registry API
    
    This changes ada-lang.c to use the type-safe registry API.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-05-08  Tom Tromey  <tom@tromey.com>
    
    	* ada-lang.c (struct ada_inferior_data): Add initializers.
    	(ada_inferior_data): Change type.
    	(ada_inferior_data_cleanup): Remove.
    	(get_ada_inferior_data, ada_inferior_exit)
    	(struct ada_pspace_data): Add initializers, destructor.
    	(ada_pspace_data_handle): Change type.
    	(get_ada_pspace_data): Update.
    	(ada_pspace_data_cleanup): Remove.

commit 246994051b6659bf9f4c89b5d5ede86717c5bbef
Author: Tom Tromey <tom@tromey.com>
Date:   Wed May 1 15:09:25 2019 -0600

    Convert coffread.c to type-safe registry API
    
    This changes coffread.c to use the type-safe registry API.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-05-08  Tom Tromey  <tom@tromey.com>
    
    	* coffread.c (struct coff_symfile_info): Add initializers.
    	(coff_objfile_data_key): Move lower.  Change type.
    	(coff_symfile_init, coff_symfile_read, _initialize_coffread):
    	Update.
    	(coff_free_info): Remove.

commit d4e05d2fea956e65618fc12c57fb81e8788ef07d
Author: Tom Tromey <tom@tromey.com>
Date:   Wed May 1 15:05:58 2019 -0600

    Convert fbsd-tdep.c to type-safe registry API
    
    This changes fbsd-tdep.c to use the type-safe registry API.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-05-08  Tom Tromey  <tom@tromey.com>
    
    	* fbsd-tdep.c (struct fbsd_pspace_data): Add initializers.
    	(fbsd_pspace_data_handle): Move lower.  Change type.
    	(get_fbsd_pspace_data): Update.
    	(fbsd_pspace_data_cleanup): Remove.
    	(_initialize_fbsd_tdep): Update.

commit 14ef6690f1f24ad6b2f87bac36607146fbda6ccb
Author: Tom Tromey <tom@tromey.com>
Date:   Wed May 1 15:02:27 2019 -0600

    Convert ada-tasks.c to type-safe registry API
    
    This changes ada-tasks.c to use the type-safe registry API.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-05-08  Tom Tromey  <tom@tromey.com>
    
    	* ada-tasks.c (ada_tasks_pspace_data_handle): Change type.
    	(get_ada_tasks_pspace_data): Update.
    	(ada_tasks_pspace_data_cleanup): Remove.
    	(_initialize_tasks): Update.
    	(ada_tasks_inferior_data_handle): Change type.
    	(get_ada_tasks_inferior_data): Update.
    	(ada_tasks_inferior_data_cleanup): Remove.
    	(struct ada_tasks_pspace_data): Add initializers.

commit 814cf43a1f16157fcbe2c662f567d064393a0fcb
Author: Tom Tromey <tom@tromey.com>
Date:   Tue Apr 30 23:47:54 2019 -0600

    Convert probes to type-safe registry API
    
    This changes the probes code in elfread.c to use the type-safe
    registry API.  While doing this, I saw that the caller of get_probes
    owns the probes, so I went through the code and changed the vectors to
    store unique_ptrs, making the ownership relationship more clear.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-05-08  Tom Tromey  <tom@tromey.com>
    
    	* symfile.h (struct sym_probe_fns) <sym_get_probes>: Change type.
    	* symfile-debug.c (debug_sym_get_probes): Change type.
    	* stap-probe.c (handle_stap_probe):
    	(stap_static_probe_ops::get_probes): Change type.
    	* probe.h (class static_probe_ops) <get_probes>: Change type.
    	* probe.c (class any_static_probe_ops) <get_probes>: Change type.
    	(parse_probes_in_pspace): Update.
    	(find_probes_in_objfile, find_probe_by_pc, collect_probes):
    	Update.
    	(any_static_probe_ops::get_probes): Change type.
    	* elfread.c (elfread_data): New typedef.
    	(probe_key): Change type.
    	(elf_get_probes): Likewise.  Update.
    	(probe_key_free): Remove.
    	(_initialize_elfread): Update.
    	* dtrace-probe.c (class dtrace_static_probe_ops) <get_probes>:
    	Change type.
    	(dtrace_process_dof_probe, dtrace_process_dof)
    	(dtrace_static_probe_ops::get_probe): Change type.

commit 02dc647ed65b1429b9af4986ed467f90fbe0c33b
Author: Tom Tromey <tom@tromey.com>
Date:   Tue Apr 30 22:18:10 2019 -0600

    Convert xcoffread.c to type-safe registry API
    
    This changes xcoffread.c to use the type-safe registry API.  It also
    renames coff_symfile_info to xcoff_symfile_info, to avoid any possible
    ODR violation.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-05-08  Tom Tromey  <tom@tromey.com>
    
    	* xcoffread.c (struct xcoff_symfile_info): Rename from
    	coff_symfile_info.  Add initializers.
    	(xcoff_objfile_data_key): Move lower.  Change type.
    	(XCOFF_DATA): Rewrite.
    	(xcoff_free_info): Remove.
    	(xcoff_symfile_init, _initialize_xcoffread, read_xcoff_symtab)
    	(read_symbol, read_symbol_lineno, find_linenos, init_stringtab)
    	(xcoff_initial_scan): Update.

commit 092324387247f92c66f25a3e1927cf8821bb4943
Author: Tom Tromey <tom@tromey.com>
Date:   Tue Apr 30 21:58:50 2019 -0600

    Convert solib-svr4.c to type-safe registry API
    
    This changes solib-svr4y.c to use the type-safe registry API.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-05-08  Tom Tromey  <tom@tromey.com>
    
    	* solib-svr4.c (struct svr4_info): Add initializers and
    	destructor.
    	<probes_table>: Now an htab_up.
    	(solib_svr4_pspace_data): Change type.
    	(free_probes_table): Simplify.
    	(~svr4_info): Rename from svr4_pspace_data_cleanup.
    	(get_svr4_info, probes_table_htab_remove_objfile_probes)
    	(probes_table_remove_objfile_probes, register_solib_event_probe)
    	(solib_event_probe_at, svr4_update_solib_event_breakpoint)
    	(_initialize_svr4_solib): Update.

commit 7b4a314f8b9b50c2289ca6b5d21513052c48730b
Author: Tom Tromey <tom@tromey.com>
Date:   Sun Apr 21 12:48:39 2019 -0600

    Convert remote.c to type-safe registry API
    
    This changes remote.c to use the type-safe registry API.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-05-08  Tom Tromey  <tom@tromey.com>
    
    	* remote.c (remote_pspace_data): Change type.
    	(remote_pspace_data_cleanup): Remove.
    	(get_remote_exec_file, set_pspace_remote_exec_file)
    	(_initialize_remote): Update.

commit 51d3063a35fad1fa0cd53c167bb5a4325afeea16
Author: Tom Tromey <tom@tromey.com>
Date:   Sun Apr 21 12:45:00 2019 -0600

    Convert breakpoint.c to type-safe registry API
    
    This changes breakpoint.c to use the type-safe registry API.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-05-08  Tom Tromey  <tom@tromey.com>
    
    	* breakpoint.c (breakpoint_objfile_key): Change type.
    	(get_breakpoint_objfile_data): Update.
    	(free_breakpoint_objfile_data): Remove.
    	(_initialize_breakpoint): Update.

commit 89fb8848d7f00cabeb56344762860469238c24e1
Author: Tom Tromey <tom@tromey.com>
Date:   Sun Apr 21 12:43:17 2019 -0600

    Convert linux-tdep.c to type-safe registry API
    
    This changes linux-tdep.c to use the type-safe registry API.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-05-08  Tom Tromey  <tom@tromey.com>
    
    	* linux-tdep.c (struct linux_info): Add initializers.
    	(linux_inferior_data): Move.  Change type.
    	(invalidate_linux_cache_inf): Update.
    	(linux_inferior_data_cleanup): Remove.
    	(get_linux_inferior_data, _initialize_linux_tdep): Update.

commit e9b89e2d01043108283df02261ed718aae705bc8
Author: Tom Tromey <tom@tromey.com>
Date:   Sun Apr 21 12:41:29 2019 -0600

    Convert auxv.c to type-safe registry API
    
    This changes auxv.c to use the type-safe registry API.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-05-08  Tom Tromey  <tom@tromey.com>
    
    	* auxv.c (auxv_inferior_data): Move.  Change type.
    	(auxv_inferior_data_cleanup): Remove.
    	(invalidate_auxv_cache_inf): Rewrite.
    	(get_auxv_inferior_data, _initialize_auxv): Update.

commit 8c42777cd8e1557ffb29fe9c172edd8cc1de14b7
Author: Tom Tromey <tom@tromey.com>
Date:   Sun Apr 21 12:37:59 2019 -0600

    Convert symfile-debug.c to type-safe registry API
    
    This changes symfile-debug.c to use the type-safe registry API.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-05-08  Tom Tromey  <tom@tromey.com>
    
    	* symfile-debug.c (struct debug_sym_fns_data): Add initializers.
    	(symfile_debug_objfile_data_key): Change type.
    	(symfile_debug_installed, debug_qf_has_symbols)
    	(debug_qf_find_last_source_symtab)
    	(debug_qf_forget_cached_source_info)
    	(debug_qf_map_symtabs_matching_filename, debug_qf_lookup_symbol)
    	(debug_qf_print_stats, debug_qf_dump)
    	(debug_qf_expand_symtabs_for_function)
    	(debug_qf_expand_all_symtabs)
    	(debug_qf_expand_symtabs_with_fullname)
    	(debug_qf_map_matching_symbols)
    	(debug_qf_expand_symtabs_matching)
    	(debug_qf_find_pc_sect_compunit_symtab)
    	(debug_qf_map_symbol_filenames)
    	(debug_qf_find_compunit_symtab_by_address, debug_sym_get_probes)
    	(debug_sym_new_init, debug_sym_init, debug_sym_read)
    	(debug_sym_read_psymbols, debug_sym_finish, debug_sym_offsets)
    	(debug_sym_read_linetable, debug_sym_relocate): Update.
    	(symfile_debug_free_objfile): Remove.
    	(install_symfile_debug_logging, _initialize_symfile_debug):
    	Update.

commit 5bfd760d66c816d53a930635a84990c8536bb545
Author: Tom Tromey <tom@tromey.com>
Date:   Sun Apr 21 12:32:47 2019 -0600

    Convert dwarf2_per_objfile to type-safe registry API
    
    This changes dwarf2_per_objfile to use the type-safe registry API.
    This also changes dwarf2_per_objfile not to be allocated on an
    obstack.  It seemed clearer to me to simply allocate it on the heap;
    and I didn't see a drawback from doing so.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-05-08  Tom Tromey  <tom@tromey.com>
    
    	* dwarf2read.h (struct dwarf2_per_objfile): Don't inherit from
    	allocate_on_obstack.
    	* dwarf2read.c (dwarf2_objfile_data_key): Change type.
    	(get_dwarf2_per_objfile): Update.
    	(set_dwarf2_per_objfile): Remove.
    	(dwarf2_has_info, dwarf2_get_section_info): Update.
    	(dwarf2_free_objfile): Remove.
    	(_initialize_dwarf2_read): Update.

commit e85e19b4d7d9b3b322f27684f8c0a3a9ac0e57ab
Author: Tom Tromey <tom@tromey.com>
Date:   Sun Apr 21 09:34:16 2019 -0600

    Convert auto-load.c to type-safe registry API
    
    This changes auto-load.c to use the type-safe registry API.  It also
    changes a couple of types to "bool", removing uses of "FALSE".
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-05-08  Tom Tromey  <tom@tromey.com>
    
    	* auto-load.c (struct auto_load_pspace_info): Add destructor and
    	initializers.
    	<unsupported_script_warning_printed,
    	script_not_found_warning_printed>: Now bool.
    	(auto_load_pspace_data): Change type.
    	(~auto_load_pspace_info): Rename from
    	auto_load_pspace_data_cleanup.
    	(get_auto_load_pspace_data, init_loaded_scripts_info)
    	(clear_section_scripts, maybe_print_unsupported_script_warning)
    	(maybe_print_script_not_found_warning, _initialize_auto_load):
    	Update.

commit f6aa7436201194e80e8d7761e6d88ecf0ec1e327
Author: Tom Tromey <tom@tromey.com>
Date:   Sun Apr 21 09:29:13 2019 -0600

    Convert objfiles.c to type-safe registry API
    
    This changes objfiles.c to use the type-safe registry API.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-05-08  Tom Tromey  <tom@tromey.com>
    
    	* objfiles.c (objfile_pspace_info): Add destructor and
    	initializers.
    	(objfiles_pspace_data): Change type.
    	(~objfile_pspace_info): Rename from objfiles_pspace_data_cleanup.
    	(get_objfile_pspace_data): Update.
    	(objfiles_bfd_data): Change type.
    	(get_objfile_bfd_data): Update.
    	(objfile_bfd_data_free, _initialize_objfiles): Remove.

commit 6ae614f66a0a86c9e83b9f40ee1f4e105b681f7b
Author: Tom Tromey <tom@tromey.com>
Date:   Sun Apr 21 09:25:07 2019 -0600

    Convert break-catch-syscall.c to type-safe registry API
    
    This changes break-catch-syscall.c to use the type-safe registry API.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-05-08  Tom Tromey  <tom@tromey.com>
    
    	* break-catch-syscall.c (catch_syscall_inferior_data): Move.
    	Change type.
    	(get_catch_syscall_inferior_data): Update.
    	(catch_syscall_inferior_data_cleanup): Remove.
    	(_initialize_break_catch_syscall): Update.

commit 6509b8ebfb19769d726c16eb3a8967ac6784f621
Author: Tom Tromey <tom@tromey.com>
Date:   Sun Apr 21 09:20:20 2019 -0600

    Convert inflow to type-safe registry API
    
    This changes inflow.c to use the type-safe registry API.  This fixes a
    latent bug in swap_terminal_info, which previously said:
    
      terminal_info *info_a
        = (terminal_info *) inferior_data (a, inflow_inferior_data);
      terminal_info *info_b
        = (terminal_info *) inferior_data (a, inflow_inferior_data);
    
    ... both of which examine 'a'.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-05-08  Tom Tromey  <tom@tromey.com>
    
    	* inflow.c (struct terminal_info): Add destructor and
    	initializers.
    	(inflow_inferior_data): Change type.
    	(~terminal_info): Rename from inflow_inferior_data_cleanup.
    	(get_inflow_inferior_data, inflow_inferior_exit)
    	(swap_terminal_info, _initialize_inflow): Update.

commit 35632941c90f406f69512c9559ae7ba561f7eee8
Author: Tom Tromey <tom@tromey.com>
Date:   Sun Apr 21 09:12:47 2019 -0600

    Convert target dcache to type-safe registry API
    
    This changes the target dcache to use the type-safe registry API.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-05-08  Tom Tromey  <tom@tromey.com>
    
    	* target-dcache.c (target_dcache_cleanup): Remove.
    	(target_dcache_aspace_key): Change type.
    	(target_dcache_init_p, target_dcache_invalidate)
    	(target_dcache_get, target_dcache_get_or_init)
    	(_initialize_target_dcache): Update.
    	* dcache.h (struct dcache_deleter): New.

commit 3017b94d60f1e8929886be6992547973ad354f4c
Author: Tom Tromey <tom@tromey.com>
Date:   Tue Apr 9 21:46:16 2019 -0600

    Convert symbol_cache to type-safe registry API
    
    This changes the symbol_cache to use the type-safe registry API.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-05-08  Tom Tromey  <tom@tromey.com>
    
    	* symtab.c (struct symbol_cache): Add destructor and
    	initializers.
    	(symbol_cache_key): Move.  Change type.
    	(make_symbol_cache, free_symbol_cache): Remove.
    	(get_symbol_cache): Update.
    	(symbol_cache_cleanup): Remove.
    	(ALL_PSPACES, symbol_cache_flush)
    	(maintenance_print_symbol_cache)
    	(maintenance_print_symbol_cache_statistics, _initialize_symtab):
    	Update.

commit a32ad8c55c5c6bcdbc6773b6b825c4505fd44c16
Author: Tom Tromey <tom@tromey.com>
Date:   Tue Apr 9 20:26:09 2019 -0600

    Convert main_info to type-safe registry API
    
    This changes main_info to use the type-safe registry API.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-05-08  Tom Tromey  <tom@tromey.com>
    
    	* symtab.c (struct main_info): Add destructor and initializers.
    	(main_progspace_key): Move.  Change type.
    	(get_main_info): Update.
    	(main_info_cleanup): Remove.
    	(_initialize_symtab): Update.

commit 5f6e90a0cec8c269634ba0bff3c9e549a903c39a
Author: Tom Tromey <tom@tromey.com>
Date:   Tue Apr 9 20:21:06 2019 -0600

    Add a type-safe C++ interface to a registry
    
    This changes DECLARE_REGISTRY to add a type-safe interface.  This
    interface is a C++ class that handles the details of registering a
    key, and provides various useful methods, including policy-based
    cleanup.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-05-08  Tom Tromey  <tom@tromey.com>
    
    	* registry.h (DECLARE_REGISTRY): Define the _key class.

commit 1bd0c6e4964f68523794aded05aa4d184db44d48
Author: Andrew Burgess <andrew.burgess@embecosm.com>
Date:   Wed May 8 20:59:50 2019 +0100

    gdb: Merge two 'New commands' sections in NEWS file
    
    Commit 2e62ab400ff9 added a second 'New commands' section to the NEWS
    file, this commit merges the two together.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    
    	* NEWS: Merge two 'New commands' sections.

commit 2228ef7700e81bfedbffe352f3efa3716224cdbe
Author: Xavier Roirand <roirand@adacore.com>
Date:   Wed May 8 12:55:44 2019 -0400

    When debugging a mixed Ada/C program using this scenario:
    
    - set print frame-arguements all
    - an Ada function named pck.call_me calls a C function named break_me
    - you put a breakpoint in break_me and the program reaches this
      breakpoint.
    
    Now display the backtrace:
    
      (gdb) bt
      #0  break_me () at [...]
      #1  0x000000000040243e in pck.call_me (
          s={P_ARRAY = 0x7fffffffe21c, P_BOUNDS = 0x41e6e8}) at [...]
    
    whereas we should expect:
    
      (gdb) bt
      #0  break_me () at [...]
      #1  0x000000000040243e in pck.call_me (s="test") at [...]
    
    The problem is that GDB prints the S parameter in the pck.call_me Ada
    function using the current language, so the C one, because the program
    is stopped in a C function, whereas it should use the pck.call_me frame
    one. This behavior is ok when user manually changes the language but it's
    not the right one when language is auto.
    
    This patch fixes this problem so now when using auto language, all Ada
    frame arguments are printed using Ada like syntax when the frame is part
    of Ada code, even if the program is stopped in a frame using a different
    language.
    
    If the user explicitly sets a language (using "set language ...") then
    no change here, all the Ada frame arguments are printed using this
    language.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    
        * ada-valprint.c (ada_val_print_gnat_array): Remove language
        parameter and use Ada language definition instead.
        (ada_val_print_ptr): Remove unused language parameter.
        (ada_val_print_num): Remove language parameter and use Ada language
        definition instead.
        (ada_val_print_enum, ada_val_print_flt): Remove unused language
        parameter.
        (ada_val_print_struct_union, ada_val_print_ref): Remove language
        parameter and use Ada language definition instead.
        (ada_val_print_1): Update all ada_val_print_xxx calls.
        Remove language parameter.
        (ada_val_print): Update ada_val_print_1 call.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog:
    
        * gdb.ada/frame_arg_lang.exp: New testcase.
        * gdb.ada/frame_arg_lang/bla.adb: New file.
        * gdb.ada/frame_arg_lang/pck.ads: New file.
        * gdb.ada/frame_arg_lang/pck.adb: New file.
        * gdb.ada/frame_arg_lang/foo.c: New file.
    
    Tested on x86_64-linux, no regressions.

commit 60fcc1c3d0d8f1e271b19210b1707b4aa589f273
Author: Tom Tromey <tromey@adacore.com>
Date:   Wed May 1 12:37:46 2019 -0600

    Change some remote.c globals to "static"
    
    I noticed a three globals in remote.c that could be static.  This
    patch makes this change.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-05-08  Tom Tromey  <tromey@adacore.com>
    
    	* remote.c (remote_hw_watchpoint_limit)
    	(remote_hw_watchpoint_length_limit, remote_hw_breakpoint_limit):
    	Now static.

commit ed2b7c1703246eef1ce6b393ced99fe267cbeb7b
Author: Tom Tromey <tromey@adacore.com>
Date:   Wed May 1 12:35:20 2019 -0600

    Move "watchdog" to remote.c
    
    The "watchdog" global is only used in remote.c, so this patch moves it
    there and makes it static.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-05-08  Tom Tromey  <tromey@adacore.com>
    
    	* maint.c (_initialize_maint_cmds): Move initialization code to
    	remote.c.
    	(watchdog, show_watchdog): Move to remote.c.
    	* remote.c (watchdog, show_watchdog): Move from maint.c.  Make
    	"watchdog" static.
    	(_initialize_remote): Move initialization code from maint.c.
    	* defs.h (watchdog): Don't declare.

commit b0be6c912f9e901a87740c72f18be1e54ad5267d
Author: Tom Tromey <tromey@adacore.com>
Date:   Wed May 1 12:28:45 2019 -0600

    Move interpreter_p declaration to main.h
    
    This moves the interpreter_p declaration from defs.h to main.h.  I
    think this makes more sense, as it is defined in main.c.  Also, this
    declaration was in the wrong place -- between a comment and the things
    the comment described.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-05-08  Tom Tromey  <tromey@adacore.com>
    
    	* tui/tui-interp.c: Include main.h.
    	* interps.c: Include main.h.
    	* main.h (interpreter_p): Declare.
    	* defs.h (interpreter_p): Don't declare.

commit 587ee17bd492a324c927437fb561b99b274e1d8e
Author: Tom Tromey <tromey@adacore.com>
Date:   Wed May 1 12:26:34 2019 -0600

    Don't declare read_unsigned_leb128 in defs.h
    
    I noticed that read_unsigned_leb128 is declared in defs.h.  There's no
    reason this should be here, so this patch moves it to dwarf2read.h.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-05-08  Tom Tromey  <tromey@adacore.com>
    
    	* dwarf2loc.c: Include dwarf2read.h.
    	* defs.h (read_unsigned_leb128): Don't declare.
    	* dwarf2read.h (read_unsigned_leb128): Declare.

commit ca1df239078318425cf8038995bf02f1b9ab6e50
Author: Tom Tromey <tromey@adacore.com>
Date:   Wed May 8 10:35:09 2019 -0600

    Fix build problem in fputs_maybe_filtered
    
    When merging commit 99f20f ("Fix style bug when paging") to master, I
    had to make some changes to get it to compile again.  Unfortunately, I
    must not have added these to the index at the correct time, because
    they were not committed.
    
    This patch fixes the problem.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-05-08  Tom Tromey  <tromey@adacore.com>
    
    	* utils.c (fputs_maybe_filtered): Call can_emit_style_escape as a
    	method.

commit 99f20f08682ecc7be882774ff78409530802d000
Author: Tom Tromey <tromey@adacore.com>
Date:   Wed May 1 11:13:31 2019 -0600

    Fix style bug when paging
    
    Philippe pointed out a styling bug that would occur in some conditions
    when paging:
    
        https://sourceware.org/ml/gdb-patches/2019-04/msg00101.html
    
    I was finally able to reproduce this, and this patch fixes the bug.
    
    The problem occurred when text overflowed the line, causing a
    pagination prompt, but when no wrap column had been set.  In this
    case, the current style was reset to show the prompt, but then not
    reset back to the previously applied style before emitting the rest of
    the line.
    
    The fix is to record the applied style in this case, and re-apply it
    afterward -- but only if the pager prompt was emitted, something that
    the existing style.exp pointed out on the first, more naive, version
    of the patch.
    
    Tested on x86-64 Fedora 29.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-05-08  Tom Tromey  <tromey@adacore.com>
    
    	* utils.c (fputs_maybe_filtered): Reset style after paging, even
    	when no wrap column is set.

commit 80e55b132940813fa454da2592a31db6c8af85f1
Author: Tom Tromey <tromey@adacore.com>
Date:   Thu Apr 25 12:14:58 2019 -0600

    Correctly handle non-C-style arrays in c_get_string
    
    A user here noticed that the Python Value.string method did not work
    for Ada arrays.  I tracked this down to an oddity in value_as_address
    -- namely, it calls coerce_array, but that function will not force
    array coercion when the language has c_style_arrays=false, as Ada
    does.
    
    This patch fixes the problem by changing c_get_string so that arrays
    take the "in GDB's memory" branch.  The actual patch is somewhat more
    complicated than you might think, because the caller can request more
    array elements than the type allows.  This is normal when the type is
    using the C struct hack.
    
    Tested on x86-64 Fedora 29.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-05-08  Tom Tromey  <tromey@adacore.com>
    
    	* c-lang.c (c_get_string): Handle non-C-style arrays.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog
    2019-05-08  Tom Tromey  <tromey@adacore.com>
    
    	* gdb.python/py-value.exp (test_value_in_inferior): Add Ada test.

commit 9d3421afbb9f3cfc8e67366ba75ea12ed8f732a3
Author: Tom Tromey <tromey@adacore.com>
Date:   Mon Apr 29 09:55:56 2019 -0600

    Change ptype/o to print bit offset
    
    Consider this short C example:
    
        struct inner
        {
          unsigned x;
          unsigned y : 3;
          unsigned z : 3;
        };
    
        struct outer
        {
          unsigned char o : 3;
          struct inner i __attribute__ ((packed));
        };
    
    When I use "ptype/o" on this, I get:
    
        (gdb) ptype/o struct outer
        /* offset    |  size */  type = struct outer {
        /*    0: 5   |     1 */    unsigned char o : 3;
        /* XXX  5-bit hole  */
        /*    1      |     8 */    struct inner {
        /*    1      |     4 */        unsigned int x;
        /*    5:29   |     4 */        unsigned int y : 3;
        /*    5:26   |     4 */        unsigned int z : 3;
        /* XXX  2-bit padding  */
        /* XXX  3-byte padding */
    
    				   /* total size (bytes):    8 */
    			       } i;
    
    			       /* total size (bytes):    9 */
    			     }
    
    In the location of "o" ("0: 5"), the "5" means "there are 5 bits left
    relative to the size of the underlying type.
    
    I find this very difficult to follow.  On irc, Sergio said that this
    choice came because it is what pahole does.  However, I think it's not
    very useful, and maybe is just an artifact of the way that
    DW_AT_bit_offset was defined in DWARF 3.
    
    This patch changes ptype/o to print the offset of a bitfield in a more
    natural way, that is, using the bit number according to the platform's
    bit numbering.
    
    With this patch, the output is now:
    
        (gdb) ptype/o struct outer
        /* offset    |  size */  type = struct outer {
        /*    0: 0   |     1 */    unsigned char o : 3;
        /* XXX  5-bit hole  */
        /*    1      |     8 */    struct inner {
        /*    1      |     4 */        unsigned int x;
        /*    5: 0   |     4 */        unsigned int y : 3;
        /*    5: 3   |     4 */        unsigned int z : 3;
        /* XXX  2-bit padding  */
        /* XXX  3-byte padding */
    
    				   /* total size (bytes):    8 */
    			       } i;
    
    			       /* total size (bytes):    9 */
    			     }
    
    This is better, IMO, because now the "offset" of a bitfield is
    consistent with the offset of an ordinary member, referring to its
    offset from the start of the structure.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-05-08  Tom Tromey  <tromey@adacore.com>
    
    	* typeprint.c (print_offset_data::update): Print the bit offset,
    	not the number of bits remaining.
    
    gdb/doc/ChangeLog
    2019-05-08  Tom Tromey  <tromey@adacore.com>
    
    	* gdb.texinfo (Symbols): Document change to ptype/o.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog
    2019-05-08  Tom Tromey  <tromey@adacore.com>
    
    	* gdb.base/ptype-offsets.exp: Update tests.

commit 844333e24966817fe4d622494a75c8ae0acdb91f
Author: Tom Tromey <tromey@adacore.com>
Date:   Mon Apr 29 12:11:52 2019 -0600

    Fix ptype/o comment formatting
    
    I noticed that ptype/o will print:
    
        /*    3: 3   |     1 */    signed char a4 : 2;
        /* XXX  3-bit hole  */
    
    That is, "*/" at the end of the "hole" message does not line up with
    the other comment ends.  I thought it would be a bit nicer if this did
    line up, so I fixed it.  Then, to my surprise, I found that I could
    not make ptype-offsets.exp fail.
    
    I still am not sure why it doesn't fail, but changing the tests to use
    string_to_regexp and changing the quoting helped.  This in turn showed
    that some of the existing test cases were wrong, so I've also updated
    them here.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-05-08  Tom Tromey  <tromey@adacore.com>
    
    	* typeprint.c (print_offset_data::maybe_print_hole): Add extra
    	padding at end of comment.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog
    2019-05-08  Tom Tromey  <tromey@adacore.com>
    
    	* gdb.base/ptype-offsets.exp: Use string_to_regexp.  Fix test
    	cases.
    	* gdb.base/ptype-offsets.cc (struct abc) <my_int_type>: Now
    	"short".

commit 988915ee7b880ff059f849893b71118d9bd2c4fc
Author: Tom Tromey <tromey@adacore.com>
Date:   Wed Apr 24 12:50:04 2019 -0600

    Fix VLA printing for Ada
    
    While looking at a different Ada problem, I found that printing a
    record containing a VLA did not work properly.
    
    I tracked the problem down to dwarf2_evaluate_property trying, and
    failing, to compare two types that differed only in qualifiers.
    
    This patch changes dwarf2_evaluate_property to ignore qualifiers when
    comparing types.
    
    Tested on x86-64 Fedora 29.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-05-08  Tom Tromey  <tromey@adacore.com>
    
    	* dwarf2loc.c (dwarf2_evaluate_property) <PROP_ADDR_OFFSET>:
    	Compare main types.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog
    2019-05-08  Tom Tromey  <tromey@adacore.com>
    
    	* gdb.ada/vla.exp: New file.
    	* gdb.ada/vla/vla.adb: New file.

commit 2379f9c475505ecedc97607b39af7184bd67aa88
Author: Faraz Shahbazker <fshahbazker@wavecomp.com>
Date:   Fri May 3 18:21:49 2019 -0700

    Sign-extend start and stop address inputs to objdump
    
    For targets that treat addresses as signed (MIPS/SH64), user-specified
    start/stop address limits cannot be compared directly to section VMAs.
    We must sign-extend user-specified 32-bit address limits which have
    bit 31 set for such targets.
    
    binutils/
    	* objdump.c (sign_extend_address): New function.
    	(dump_bfd): Sign-extend user-specified start/stop addresses
    	for targets that need it.
    	* testsuite/binutils-all/objdump.exp: Add tests for objdump
    	with start and stop addresses in higher address ranges.

commit 46752c37b06c83a8cbf6be887beac4092d5e3505
Author: Pekka Sepp?nen <pexu@sourceware.mail.kapsi.fi>
Date:   Wed May 8 16:54:16 2019 +0100

    Fix compile time warning when building the linker in a MinGw32 environment using gcc 8.
    
    	PR 24536
    	* ldbuildid.c (generate_build_id): Cast return value from
    	GetProcAddress in order to avoid a compile time warning.

commit 79299211a1a9a701f146620d419da6ee0175798c
Author: Nick Clifton <nickc@redhat.com>
Date:   Wed May 8 14:51:32 2019 +0100

    Do not force the m68k-elf linker to fail if it encoutners a non-ELF format file.
    
    	PR 24523
    	* elf32-m68k.c (elf32_m68k_merge_private_bfd_data): Return TRUE
    	rather than FALSE if encountering a non-ELF file.

commit 762172a4dc4c1a7c25b3ef18f32b6e378cac6487
Author: Alan Modra <amodra@gmail.com>
Date:   Wed May 8 09:26:56 2019 +0930

    gas/elf dwarf2 tests
    
    Make them work for tile, by using ".quad 0" as the simulated
    instruction and doubling size of aligns.  The larger aligns tripped
    over riscv alignment handling, fixed by adding -mno-relax there.
    Also disable link-relax for avr, pru and xtensa, allowing these
    targets to pass these tests.  With link-time relaxation enabled,
    these targets emit alignment relocations rather than aligning at
    assembly time.  This means the assembler doesn't see a change in PC
    when it is expected over an alignment frag and thus view numbers are
    calculated incorrectly.
    
    	* testsuite/gas/elf/dwarf2-1.s,
    	* testsuite/gas/elf/dwarf2-2.s,
    	* testsuite/gas/elf/dwarf2-5.s,
    	* testsuite/gas/elf/dwarf2-7.s,
    	* testsuite/gas/elf/dwarf2-8.s,
    	* testsuite/gas/elf/dwarf2-9.s,
    	* testsuite/gas/elf/dwarf2-10.s,
    	* testsuite/gas/elf/dwarf2-11.s,
    	* testsuite/gas/elf/dwarf2-12.s,
    	* testsuite/gas/elf/dwarf2-13.s,
    	* testsuite/gas/elf/dwarf2-14.s,
    	* testsuite/gas/elf/dwarf2-15.s,
    	* testsuite/gas/elf/dwarf2-16.s,
    	* testsuite/gas/elf/dwarf2-17.s,
    	* testsuite/gas/elf/dwarf2-18.s,
    	* testsuite/gas/elf/dwarf2-19.s: Double size of align and simulated
    	instructions.
    	* testsuite/gas/elf/dwarf2-1.d,
    	* testsuite/gas/elf/dwarf2-2.d,
    	* testsuite/gas/elf/dwarf2-5.d,
    	* testsuite/gas/elf/dwarf2-7.d,
    	* testsuite/gas/elf/dwarf2-8.d,
    	* testsuite/gas/elf/dwarf2-9.d,
    	* testsuite/gas/elf/dwarf2-10.d,
    	* testsuite/gas/elf/dwarf2-11.d,
    	* testsuite/gas/elf/dwarf2-12.d,
    	* testsuite/gas/elf/dwarf2-13.d,
    	* testsuite/gas/elf/dwarf2-14.d,
    	* testsuite/gas/elf/dwarf2-15.d,
    	* testsuite/gas/elf/dwarf2-16.d,
    	* testsuite/gas/elf/dwarf2-17.d,
    	* testsuite/gas/elf/dwarf2-18.d,
    	* testsuite/gas/elf/dwarf2-19.d: Use xfail rather than notarget.
    	Remove avr, pru, tile, xtensa from xfails.  Update expected output.
    	* testsuite/gas/elf/elf.exp: Sort targets.
    	(dump_opts): Pass {as -mno-relax} for riscv, {as -mno-link-relax}
    	for avr and pru, and {as --no-link-relax} for xtensa to dwarf tests.
    	* testsuite/gas/elf/section2.e-miwmmxt: Delete unused file.

commit 9632a526cae4cb10276e39d8c4bd1f649d13f8e8
Author: Alan Modra <amodra@gmail.com>
Date:   Wed May 8 09:26:36 2019 +0930

    xtensa ignores option --no-link-relax
    
    md_begin happens after md_parse_option.
    
    	* config/tc-xtensa.c (opt_linkrelax): New variable.
    	(md_parse_option): Set it here.
    	(md_begin): Copy opt_linkrelax to linkrelax.

commit 9420801e573e77f0dd522150932eb27199052a04
Author: Alan Modra <amodra@gmail.com>
Date:   Wed May 8 09:25:25 2019 +0930

    PR24520, gprof fails to read compressed debug data
    
    	PR 24520
    	* corefile.c (core_init): Set BFD_DECOMPRESS.

commit c91f298b52766b41e9612fabf93f249cd179bdd7
Author: GDB Administrator <gdbadmin@sourceware.org>
Date:   Wed May 8 00:00:21 2019 +0000

    Automatic date update in version.in

commit b654832d0d514a9fe4bf802751df1a7093666c93
Author: Alexandre Oliva <aoliva@redhat.com>
Date:   Tue May 7 16:34:19 2019 -0300

    xfail locview tests on mep that use complex relocs for view numbers
    
    Expressions that compute view numbers that aren't simplified early
    enough to a constant end up being selected for representation as
    complex relocations, enabled on mep-* targets.
    
    It would be possible to recognize such expressions, that can resolve
    to constants, but this problem was hit before, in preexisting tests,
    so xfail the new hits similarly.
    
    The new hits were caused by yesterday's patch to dwarf2dbg.c: views in
    the beginning of subsections are now computed later, based on the
    final views or previous subsections in the same section.
    
    for  gas/ChangeLog
    
    	* testsuite/gas/elf/dwarf2-18.d: Xfail mep-*.
    	* testsuite/gas/elf/dwarf2-19.d: Likewise.

commit 7bd55dac80c2faced875119b60acfb51741e397e
Author: Tom de Vries <tdevries@suse.de>
Date:   Tue May 7 11:52:17 2019 +0200

    [gdb/testsuite] Fix ls_host return in index-cache.exp
    
    When adding a debug print here in index-cache.exp:
    ...
     proc_with_prefix test_cache_disabled { cache_dir } {
         lassign [ls_host $cache_dir] ret files_before
    +    puts "before: '$files_before'"
    +    exit
    ...
    we have:
    ...
    files_before: ''
    ...
    
    When further adding:
    ...
     proc_with_prefix test_cache_disabled { cache_dir } {
    +    exec touch $cache_dir/foo.1 $cache_dir/foo.2 $cache_dir/foo.3
    ...
    we have:
    ...
    files_before: 'foo.1'
    ...
    while we're expecting file_before to contain foo.[123].
    
    Fix this by making the return statement in ls_host return a list rather than a
    string (in accordance with the ls_host documentation), after which we have:
    ...
    files_before: 'foo.1 foo.2 foo.3'
    ...
    
    Tested on x86_64-linux.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog:
    
    2019-05-07  Tom de Vries  <tdevries@suse.de>
    
    	* gdb.base/index-cache.exp (ls_host): Fix return statement.

commit 75f06e9dc59d3f810e2afe2f47afbcb74204ef61
Author: Tom de Vries <tdevries@suse.de>
Date:   Tue May 7 10:58:57 2019 +0200

    [gdb/testsuite] Fix .debug_aranges in watch-loc.c
    
    When running gdb.dlang/watch-loc.exp with target board cc-with-debug-names, we
    run into:
    ...
    FAIL: gdb.dlang/watch-loc.exp: disassemble _Dmain (GDB internal error)
    ...
    in more detail:
    ...
    (gdb) disassemble _Dmain
    gdb/dwarf2read.c:5293: internal-error: \
      compunit_symtab* dw2_find_pc_sect_compunit_symtab(objfile*, \
      bound_minimal_symbol, CORE_ADDR, obj_section*, int): \
      Assertion `result != NULL' failed.
    ...
    
    The problem is that the .debug_aranges section in watch-loc.c contains a
    debug_info_offset which is set to 0:
    ...
    asm (
      "      .pushsection    .debug_aranges,\"\",%progbits\n"
      "      .4byte  .Laranges_end - .Laranges_start\n"
      ".Laranges_start:\n"
      "      .2byte  0x2\n"
      "      .4byte  0\n"
    ...
    while the compilation unit at offset 0 in the .debug_section in the executable
    is in fact not the compilation unit generated from watch-loc-dw.S.
    
    [ Note: this is a non-trivial test-case.  The file watch-loc-dw.S contains a
    .debug_info section, but not an .debug_aranges section or any actual code.
    The file watch-loc.c contains code and a .debug_aranges section, but no other
    debug section.  So, the intent for the .debug_aranges section in watch-loc.c
    is to refer to a compilation unit in the .debug_info section in
    watch-loc-dw.S. ]
    
    This happens when linked in object files contain dwarf info and are placed in
    the .debug_info section before the compilation units generated from
    watch-loc.c and watch-loc-dw.S.
    
    Fix this by defining the debug_info_offset field using a label .Lcu1_begin
    that defines the start of an empty .debug_section compilation unit:
    ...
     asm (
    +  "      .pushsection    .debug_info,\"\",%progbits\n"
    +  ".Lcu1_begin:"
    +  "      .popsection\n"
       "      .pushsection    .debug_aranges,\"\",%progbits\n"
       "      .4byte  .Laranges_end - .Laranges_start \n"
       ".Laranges_start:\n"
       "      .2byte  0x2\n"
    -  "      .4byte  0\n"
    +  "      .4byte  .Lcu1_begin\n"
    ...
    which during linking merges with the start of the .debug_info section of
    watch-loc-dw.S.
    
    Tested on x86_64-linux with native, cc-with-gdb-index and cc-with-debug-names.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog:
    
    2019-05-07  Tom de Vries  <tdevries@suse.de>
    
    	PR testsuite/24522
    	* gdb.dlang/watch-loc.c: Fix debug_info_offset in .debug_aranges
    	section.

commit 77e7aaa4bd980fb96244b874bc867e20b399fe60
Author: Tom de Vries <tdevries@suse.de>
Date:   Tue May 7 10:58:57 2019 +0200

    [gdb/testsuite] Fix .debug_aranges in dw2-case-insensitive-debug.S
    
    When running gdb.dwarf2/dw2-case-insensitive.exp with target board
    cc-with-debug-names, we run into:
    ...
    FAIL: gdb.dwarf2/dw2-case-insensitive.exp: regexp case-sensitive off \
      (GDB internal error)
    ...
    in more detail:
    ...
    (gdb) info functions fUnC_lang
    gdb/dwarf2read.c:5293: internal-error: \
      compunit_symtab* dw2_find_pc_sect_compunit_symtab(objfile*, \
      bound_minimal_symbol, CORE_ADDR, obj_section*, int): \
      Assertion `result != NULL' failed.
    ...
    
    The problem is that the .debug_aranges section in dw2-case-insensitive-debug.S
    contains a debug_info_offset which is set to 0:
    ...
            .section        .debug_aranges,"",@progbits
            .4byte  .Laranges_end - .Laranges_start
    .Laranges_start:
            .2byte  0x2
            .4byte  0
    ...
    while the compilation unit at offset 0 in the .debug_section of the executable
    is in fact not the compilation unit generated from
    dw2-case-insensitive-debug.S.
    
    This happens when linked in object files contain dwarf info and are placed in
    the .debug_info section before the compilation unit generated from
    dw2-case-insensitive-debug.S.
    
    Fix this by defining the debug_info_offset field using the label .Lcu1_begin
    that defines the start of the compilation unit:
    ...
    -       .4byte  0
    +       .4byte  .Lcu1_begin
    ...
    
    Tested on x86_64-linux with native, cc-with-gdb-index and cc-with-debug-names.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog:
    
    2019-05-07  Tom de Vries  <tdevries@suse.de>
    
    	PR testsuite/24522
    	* gdb.dwarf2/dw2-case-insensitive-debug.S: Fix debug_info_offset in
    	.debug_aranges section.

commit 456ba0fa36d17648a6cf32d1561c8c5802103153
Author: Tom de Vries <tdevries@suse.de>
Date:   Tue May 7 10:38:36 2019 +0200

    [gdb/testsuite] Fix handling of DW_FORM_ref_addr in dwarf assembler
    
    When running gdb.dwarf2/multidictionary.exp with target board cc-with-dwz and
    current dwz, we run into a dwz abort:
    ...
    gdb compile failed, gdb/contrib/cc-with-tweaks.sh: line 188: 11484 Aborted \
      (core dumped) $DWZ "$output_file" > /dev/null 2>&1
    UNTESTED: gdb.dwarf2/multidictionary.exp: multidictionary.exp
    ...
    The dwz abort (PR dwz/24169) is caused by an invalid DW_FORM_ref_addr in the
    multidictionary binary.
    
    The multidictionary binary is build from multidictionary.S which is generated
    using the dwarf assembler, and multidictionary.S contains dwarf for 3
    compilation units.
    
    In multidictionary0.o (generated from multidictionary.S), we find a concrete
    formal parameter DIE:
    ...
     <2><dc>: Abbrev Number: 4 (DW_TAG_formal_parameter)
        <dd>   DW_AT_abstract_origin: <0xa6>
    ...
    referring to an abstract formal parameter DIE at 0xa6:
    ...
     <2><a6>: Abbrev Number: 8 (DW_TAG_formal_parameter)
        <a7>   DW_AT_name        : msg
        <ab>   DW_AT_type        : <0x92>
    ...
    but in the multidictionary binary the concrete formal parameter DIE is still
    referring to 0xa6:
    ...
     <2><1a3>: Abbrev Number: 4 (DW_TAG_formal_parameter)
        <1a4>   DW_AT_abstract_origin: <0xa6>
    ...
    while the abstract formal parameter DIE has moved to 0x16d:
    ...
     <2><16d>: Abbrev Number: 8 (DW_TAG_formal_parameter)
        <16e>   DW_AT_name        : msg
        <172>   DW_AT_type        : <0x159>
    ...
    
    The concrete formal parameter DIE is specified in multidictionary.S like this:
    ...
    .Llabel21:
            .uleb128        4
            .4byte        .Llabel17 - .Lcu1_begin
    ...
    
    The problem is that the .Lcu1_begin label is assumed to mark the start of the
    .debug_info section in the executable, but in fact it marks the start of the
    first compilation unit from multidictionary.S in the executable.  Usually
    these two entities are the same, but they are not when linked in object files
    contain dwarf info and are placed in the .debug_info section before the
    compilation units generated from multidictionary.S.
    
    Fix this in the dwarf assembler by generating instead the label itself:
    ...
    .Llabel21:
            .uleb128        4
            .4byte        .Llabel17
    ...
    resulting in a relocation in the object file:
    ...
      Offset          Info           Type           Sym. Value    Sym. Name + Addend
    0000000000dd  00040000000a R_X86_64_32       0000000000000000 .debug_info + a6
    ...
    and resulting in the correct offset in the executable:
    ...
     <2><1a3>: Abbrev Number: 4 (DW_TAG_formal_parameter)
        <1a4>   DW_AT_abstract_origin: <0x16d>
    ...
    
    Tested on x86_64-linux with native and cc-with-dwz.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog:
    
    2019-05-07  Tom de Vries  <tdevries@suse.de>
    
    	PR testsuite/24159
    	* lib/dwarf.exp: Fix handling of DW_FORM_ref_addr.

commit 0f1309c8f7530b31ecc73c55e86572ff72256947
Author: Alan Modra <amodra@gmail.com>
Date:   Mon May 6 21:23:45 2019 +0930

    Tidy use_complex_relocs_for
    
    Since I was looking at this I decided to fix the formatting, and
    used an old C switch statements trick to factor out common code.
    
    	* symbols.c (use_complex_relocs_for): Formatting.  Factor out
    	X_add_symbol tests.

commit 26bfd82367d6ffeb1a61495ac445542e757df5b2
Author: Tom Tromey <tom@tromey.com>
Date:   Mon May 6 19:54:53 2019 -0600

    Fix scoped_mmap includes
    
    I noticed that scoped_mmap.h included config.h, and that scoped_mmap.c
    included defs.h.  This patch fixes both of these problems.
    
    Tested by the buildbot.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-05-06  Tom Tromey  <tom@tromey.com>
    
    	* common/scoped_mmap.c: Include common-defs.h.
    	* common/scoped_mmap.h: Don't include config.h.

commit c0a57f1536fceabe89c4e8100c7170f6dd8bab38
Author: GDB Administrator <gdbadmin@sourceware.org>
Date:   Tue May 7 00:00:24 2019 +0000

    Automatic date update in version.in

commit e90a813d9660bb9d951963fd7ae03ce004a52ad6
Author: Kevin Buettner <kevinb@redhat.com>
Date:   Mon May 6 10:28:44 2019 -0700

    Fix regression caused by recently added syscall restart code
    
    This line of code...
    
           *(int64_t *) ptr = *(int32_t *) ptr;
    
    ...in linux-x86-low.c is not needed (and does not work correctly)
    within a 32-bit executable.  I added an __x86_64__ ifdef (which is
    used extensively elsewhere in the file for like purposes) to prevent
    this code from being included in 32-bit builds.
    
    It fixes the following regressions when running on native
    i686-pc-linux-gnu:
    
    FAIL: gdb.server/abspath.exp: continue to main
    FAIL: gdb.server/connect-without-multi-process.exp: multiprocess=auto: continue to main
    FAIL: gdb.server/connect-without-multi-process.exp: multiprocess=off: continue to main
    FAIL: gdb.server/ext-restart.exp: restart: run to main
    FAIL: gdb.server/ext-restart.exp: run to main
    FAIL: gdb.server/ext-run.exp: continue to main
    FAIL: gdb.server/ext-wrapper.exp: print d
    FAIL: gdb.server/ext-wrapper.exp: restart: print d
    FAIL: gdb.server/ext-wrapper.exp: restart: run to marker
    FAIL: gdb.server/ext-wrapper.exp: run to marker
    FAIL: gdb.server/no-thread-db.exp: continue to breakpoint: after tls assignment
    FAIL: gdb.server/reconnect-ctrl-c.exp: first: stop with control-c
    FAIL: gdb.server/reconnect-ctrl-c.exp: second: stop with control-c
    FAIL: gdb.server/run-without-local-binary.exp: run test program until the end
    FAIL: gdb.server/server-kill.exp: continue to breakpoint: after server_pid assignment
    FAIL: gdb.server/server-kill.exp: tstatus
    FAIL: gdb.server/server-run.exp: continue to main
    
    gdb/gdbserver/ChangeLog:
    
    	* linux-x86-low.c (x86_fill_gregset): Don't compile 64-bit
    	sign extension code on 32-bit builds.

commit 41cee0897b670168e0d6f455c9bc45c73f8023df
Author: Faraz Shahbazker <fshahbazker@wavecomp.com>
Date:   Sun Apr 28 18:21:00 2019 -0700

    Add load-link, store-conditional paired EVA instructions
    
    Add paired load-link and store-conditional instructions to the
    EVA ASE for MIPS32R6[1].  These instructions are optional within
    the EVA ASE.  Their presence is indicated by the XNP bit in the
    Config5 register.
    
    [1] "MIPS Architecture for Programmers Volume II-A: The MIPS32
         Instruction Set Manual", Imagination Technologies Ltd., Document
         Number: MD00086, Revision 6.06, December 15, 2016, Section 3.2
         "Alphabetical List of Instructions", pp. 230-231, pp. 357-360.
    
    gas/
    	* config/tc-mips.c (mips_set_ase): Handle ASE_EVA_R6.
    	(macro) <M_LLWPE_AB, M_SCWPE_AB>: New cases.
    	(mips_after_parse_args): Translate EVA to EVA_R6.
    	* testsuite/gas/mips/ase-errors-1.s: Add new instructions.
    	* testsuite/gas/mips/eva.s: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/gas/mips/ase-errors-1.l: Check errors for
    	 new instructions.
    	* testsuite/gas/mips/mipsr6@eva.d: Check new test cases.
    
    include/
    	* opcode/mips.h (ASE_EVA_R6): New macro.
    	(M_LLWPE_AB, M_SCWPE_AB): New enum values.
    
    opcodes/
    	* mips-dis.c (mips_calculate_combination_ases): Add ISA
    	argument and set ASE_EVA_R6 appropriately.
    	(set_default_mips_dis_options): Pass ISA to above.
    	(parse_mips_dis_option): Likewise.
    	* mips-opc.c (EVAR6): New macro.
    	(mips_builtin_opcodes): Add llwpe, scwpe.
    
    Derived from patch authored by Andrew Bennett <andrew.bennett@imgtec.com>

commit be0d3bbbcdbdba83f74d8ad1be6c4c759255af0b
Author: Alan Modra <amodra@gmail.com>
Date:   Mon May 6 14:38:24 2019 +0930

    sym->sy_value is not valid for struct local_symbol
    
    Fixes this mep-elf error:
    gas/elf/dwarf2-19.s: Error: Unknown expression operator (enum 0)
    gas/elf/dwarf2-19.s: Error: cannot convert expression symbol .L2 to complex relocation
    
    	* symbols.c (symbol_relc_make_sym): Do not access sym->sy_value
    	directly.

commit 5a56d6a65f8406f1aadb4569fbb8ff00a6e92d02
Author: Tom de Vries <tdevries@suse.de>
Date:   Mon May 6 08:42:24 2019 +0200

    [gdb/testsuite] Fix index-cache.exp with cc-with-{gdb-index,debug-names}
    
    In gdb.base/index-cache.exp, handle the case that binfile contains either a
    .gdb_index or .debug_names index section.
    
    Tested on x86_64-linux with native, cc-with-gdb-index and cc-with-debug-names.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog:
    
    2019-05-06  Tom de Vries  <tdevries@suse.de>
    
    	* lib/gdb.exp (exec_has_index_section): New proc.
    	* gdb.base/index-cache.exp: Handle case that binfile contains an index
    	section.

commit e1cbf07ac4f8c8525dfadaa19bfb2997a2bfaad9
Author: Alan Modra <amodra@gmail.com>
Date:   Mon May 6 09:13:53 2019 +0930

    PicoJava weak undefined symbols
    
    This fixes the recently added ld-elf/pr24511 test failure on pj-elf.
    Incidentally, pj-elf has failed its gas "pj" test since 2005-12-22
    (git commit 54758c3e39).  I think that makes the target ripe for
    obsolescence.
    
    bfd/
    	* elf32-pj.c (pj_elf_reloc): Don't report undefined weak as an error.
    ld/
    	* testsuite/ld-undefined/weak-undef.exp: Don't xfail pj.

commit 334d91b9407c5f9f37f224b0f43551c01964eff1
Author: Alan Modra <amodra@gmail.com>
Date:   Mon May 6 08:43:32 2019 +0930

    PowerPC reloc symbols that shouldn't be adjusted
    
    GOT and PLT relocs shouldn't have their symbols replaced with a
    section symbol plus added.  Nor should the HIGHA TLS relocations,
    which failed to be caught by the range test in ppc_fix_adjustable.
    
    bfd/
    	* reloc.c (BFD_RELOC_PPC64_TPREL16_HIGH, BFD_RELOC_PPC64_TPREL16_HIGHA),
    	(BFD_RELOC_PPC64_DTPREL16_HIGH, BFD_RELOC_PPC64_DTPREL16_HIGHA):
    	Sort before BFD_RELOC_PPC64_DTPREL16_HIGHESTA entry.
    gas/
    	* config/tc-ppc.c (ppc_fix_adjustable): Exclude all GOT and PLT
    	relocs, and VLE sdarel relocs.
    	* testsuite/gas/ppc/power4.d: Adjust.

commit 62e6b7b3b3c6f2fffe9f5863ddebf430533b79f0
Author: Alexandre Oliva <aoliva@redhat.com>
Date:   Sun May 5 23:07:20 2019 -0300

    [LVu] base subseg head view on prev subseg's tail
    
    Location views at borders between subsegments/subsections in the same
    segment/section are computed as if each new subsegment/subsection
    started with a forced view reset to zero, but the line number program
    does not introduce resets that are not explicitly requested, so if a
    subsegment ends at the same address another starts, the line number
    program will have a continuity of views at the border address, whereas
    the initial view number label in the latter subsegment will be
    miscomputed as zero.
    
    This patch delays the assignment of view expressions at subsegment
    heads to the time of chaining the frags of subsegments into a single
    segment, so that they are set based on the view at the end of the
    previous subsegment in the same segment.
    
    The line number program created for the test program had an
    unnecessary DW_LNS_advance_pc at the end.  This patch also arranges
    for us not to emit it.
    
    
    for  gas/ChangeLog
    
    	* dwarf2dbg.c (set_or_check_view): Skip heads when assigning
    	views of prior locs.
    	(dwarf2_gen_line_info_1): Skip heads.
    	(size_inc_line_addr, emit_inc_line_addr): Drop
    	DW_LNS_advance_pc for zero addr delta.
    	(dwarf2_finish): Assign views for heads of segments.
    	* testsuite/gas/elf/dwarf2-19.d: New.
    	* testsuite/gas/elf/dwarf2-19.s: New.
    	* testsuite/gas/elf/elf.exp: Test it.

commit bd1efd7d2111e37e2471facca117650a213f332e
Author: GDB Administrator <gdbadmin@sourceware.org>
Date:   Mon May 6 00:00:14 2019 +0000

    Automatic date update in version.in

commit 1231b7b8255b54993c0afcb0ea40a5a096d67e90
Author: GDB Administrator <gdbadmin@sourceware.org>
Date:   Sun May 5 00:00:56 2019 +0000

    Automatic date update in version.in

commit 89055eaa122ceb99ae20bfe10d028da2ca7fee83
Author: Tom Tromey <tom@tromey.com>
Date:   Mon Jul 23 19:51:58 2018 -0600

    Remove a VEC from aarch64-tdep.c
    
    This removes a VEC from aarch64-tdep.c, replacing it with a
    std::vector.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-05-04  Tom Tromey  <tom@tromey.com>
    
    	* aarch64-tdep.c (stack_item_t): Remove typedef and DEF_VEC.
    	(struct aarch64_call_info): Add initializers.
    	<si>: Now a std::vector.
    	(pass_on_stack, aarch64_push_dummy_call): Update.

commit 5da01df5b5601cae695cee588547fb9ef0967081
Author: Tom Tromey <tom@tromey.com>
Date:   Sun Jul 22 10:28:23 2018 -0600

    Remove a VEC from ppc-linux-nat.c
    
    This replaces a VEC in ppc-linux-nat.c with a std::vector.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-05-04  Simon Marchi  <simon.marchi@efficios.com>
    	    Tom Tromey  <tom@tromey.com>
    
    	* ppc-linux-nat.c (thread_points_p): Remove typedef and DEF_VEC.
    	(ppc_threads): Now a std::vector.  Now static.
    	(hwdebug_find_thread_points_by_tid)
    	(ppc_linux_nat_target::low_new_thread, ppc_linux_thread_exit):
    	Update.

commit fbdf05a16ec647358e65582721c4ca7dae15e58d
Author: Tom Tromey <tom@tromey.com>
Date:   Wed Apr 24 16:24:05 2019 -0600

    Change arc_tdesc_init to return bool
    
    This changes arc_tdesc_init to return bool.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-05-04  Tom Tromey  <tom@tromey.com>
    
    	* arc-tdep.c (arc_tdesc_init): Return bool.

commit 06d16ec97736b5fc0f41cb5a43f756b7ba3d974b
Author: Tom Tromey <tom@tromey.com>
Date:   Wed Apr 24 16:22:57 2019 -0600

    Use gdb_assert_not_reached in arm-linux-nat.c
    
    This changes arm-linux-nat.c to use gdb_assert_not_reached rather than
    an assert of false.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-05-04  Tom Tromey  <tom@tromey.com>
    
    	* arm-linux-nat.c (arm_linux_nat_target::can_use_hw_breakpoint):
    	Use gdb_assert_not_reached.

commit 9c056022194f9d1f068885cb45c9d23a2e44db54
Author: Tom Tromey <tom@tromey.com>
Date:   Wed Apr 24 16:19:51 2019 -0600

    Use "false" in compile_cplus_convert_enum
    
    This changes compile_cplus_convert_enum to use "false".
    
    Note that this variable is never modified, which seems like an error.
    I filed PR compile/24473 for this.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-05-04  Tom Tromey  <tom@tromey.com>
    
    	* compile/compile-cplus-types.c (compile_cplus_convert_enum): Use
    	"false".

commit fa9c2a59e3110d8c7d37c1fa602cb6b25b796dc7
Author: Tom Tromey <tom@tromey.com>
Date:   Wed Apr 24 16:18:41 2019 -0600

    Use bool, true, and false in arc-tdep.c
    
    This changes arc-tdep.c to use bool, true, and false.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-05-04  Tom Tromey  <tom@tromey.com>
    
    	* arc-tdep.c (arc_tdesc_init): Use bool.

commit e2eb806a17490963f23be1d567cff357537df678
Author: Tom Tromey <tom@tromey.com>
Date:   Sun Apr 21 20:24:05 2019 -0600

    Use "false" in select_frame_for_mi
    
    This changes select_frame_for_mi to use "false" rather than "FALSE".
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-05-04  Tom Tromey  <tom@tromey.com>
    
    	* stack.c (select_frame_for_mi): Use "false", not "FALSE".

commit 6fe876770ad6739a5b3ca50f53dfcfbe433ba0fa
Author: Tom Tromey <tom@tromey.com>
Date:   Sun Apr 21 20:21:36 2019 -0600

    Change valid_command_p to return bool
    
    This changes valid_command_p to return bool.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-05-04  Tom Tromey  <tom@tromey.com>
    
    	* cli/cli-cmds.c (valid_command_p): Return bool.

commit 7f008c9e6a3cbb248f5b6e8638af4b9d5225981b
Author: Tom Tromey <tom@tromey.com>
Date:   Sun Apr 21 20:10:51 2019 -0600

    Change valid_user_defined_cmd_name_p to return bool
    
    This changes valid_user_defined_cmd_name_p to return bool.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-05-04  Tom Tromey  <tom@tromey.com>
    
    	* cli/cli-decode.c (valid_user_defined_cmd_name_p): Return bool.
    	* command.h (valid_user_defined_cmd_name_p): Channge return type.

commit b6484282f85bf7f11451b2441599c241d302ad9d
Author: Raul Tambre <raul@tambre.ee>
Date:   Sat May 4 15:48:17 2019 -0400

    Fix incorrect use of 'is' operator for comparison in python/lib/gdb/command/prompt.py
    
    The 'is' operator is not meant to be used for comparisons. It currently working
    is an implementation detail of CPython.  CPython 3.8 has added a SyntaxWarning
    for this.

commit af97b4161f07a716783183f1b17fa5cac9f99a49
Author: Tom Tromey <tom@tromey.com>
Date:   Tue Apr 23 16:42:14 2019 -0600

    Don't derive partial_symbol from general_symbol_info
    
    This patch partly reverts commit 8a6d42345 ("Change representation of
    psymbol to flush out accessors"); specifically, it changes
    partial_symbol to no longer derive from general_symbol_info.
    
    The basic problem here is that the bcache compares objects bitwise,
    and this change made it less likely that the relevant fields in the
    psymbol would be fully initialized.  This could be seen by running a
    test under valgrind on the Fedora-i686 buildbot.
    
    I considered a simpler patch, namely just zeroing the psymbol's
    "value" field in add_psymbol_to_bcache.  However, it wasn't clear to
    me that this memset could not then be optimized away by the compiler.
    
    Regression tested by the buildbot.  I think this should go in 8.3 as
    well.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-05-04  Tom Tromey  <tom@tromey.com>
    
    	* psymtab.c (psymbol_name_matches, match_partial_symbol)
    	(lookup_partial_symbol, print_partial_symbols)
    	(recursively_search_psymtabs, sort_pst_symbols, psymbol_hash)
    	(psymbol_compare): Update.
    	(add_psymbol_to_bcache): Clear the entire psymbol.
    	(maintenance_check_psymtabs): Update.
    	* psympriv.h (struct partial_symbol): Don't derive from
    	general_symbol_info.
    	<obj_section, unrelocated_address, address,
    	set_unrelocated_address>: Update.
    	<ginfo>: New member.
    	* dwarf-index-write.c (write_psymbols, debug_names::insert)
    	(debug_names::write_psymbols): Update.

commit 9d6d4be89d12747a92629ed1bde1d423e2831de1
Author: Tom de Vries <tdevries@suse.de>
Date:   Sat May 4 10:11:53 2019 +0200

    [gdb/testsuite] Add cc-with-debug-names.exp
    
    Add a target board that makes it easy to run the test suite with a
    .debug_names section added to executables.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    
    2019-05-04  Tom de Vries  <tdevries@suse.de>
    
    	* contrib/cc-with-tweaks.sh: Support -n arg.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog:
    
    2019-05-04  Tom de Vries  <tdevries@suse.de>
    
    	* boards/cc-with-debug-names.exp: New file.

commit 27cdfa03b5be812683c18e64009a5da042190ae6
Author: Alan Modra <amodra@gmail.com>
Date:   Sat May 4 16:03:47 2019 +0930

    m32c padding with nops
    
    m32c_md_end attempted to pad out a code section with nops, but this
    was just plain wrong in many ways:
    - The padding didn't happen at all if the last section emitted wasn't
      a code section.
    - The padding went to the wrong place if subsections were used, and
      the last subseg used wasn't the highest numbered subseg.
    - Padding wasn't added to all code sections.
    - If the last section was empty, it was padded to 4 bytes.
    - The padding didn't go to a 4-byte alignment boundary, instead it
      effectively made the last instruction 4 bytes in size.
    - The padding didn't take into account that code sections may have
      contents other than machine instructions.
    
    So, rip it out and handle nop padding properly, also fixing .align
    .balign/.p2align in the middle of code.
    
    gas/
    	* config/tc-m32c.c (insn_size): Delete static var.
    	(md_begin): Don't set it.
    	(m32c_md_end): Delete.
    	(md_assemble): Add insn_size auto var.
    	* config/tc-m32c.h (md_end): Don't define.
    	(m32c_md_end): Delete.
    	(NOP_OPCODE, HANDLE_ALIGN, MAX_MEM_FOR_RS_ALIGN_CODE): Define.
    	* testsuite/gas/all/align.d: Remove m32c from notarget list.
    	* testsuite/gas/all/incbin.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/gas/elf/dwarf2-11.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/gas/macros/semi.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/gas/all/gas.exp (do_comment): Similarly.
    ld/
    	* testsuite/ld-scripts/fill.d: Don't xfail m32c
    	* testsuite/ld-scripts/fill16.d: Likewise.

commit a288c270991de1578ad28ac312120f4167347234
Author: Alan Modra <amodra@gmail.com>
Date:   Fri May 3 21:36:46 2019 +0930

    PR24511, nm should not mark symbols in .init_array as "t"
    
    This patch restricts the section names matched in coff_section_type,
    a function that translates section names to symbol type, and arranges
    to translate section flags to symbol type before looking at names.
    The latter change resulted in various test failures due to improper
    section flags being used in tests, and by the plugin support, so fix
    that too.
    
    The new test fails on many ELF targets that lack .init/fini_array
    in their scripts.  I've just xfailed those.  pru-elf oddly defines
    __init_array_begin rather than __init_array_start.  I've left that
    target as a FAIL, and pj-elf too which reports an error for undefined
    weak symbols.
    
    bfd/
    	PR 24511
    	* syms.c (coff_section_type): Only allow '.', '$' and numeric
    	following the standard section names.
    	(bfd_decode_symclass): Prioritize section flag tests in
    	decode_section_type before name tests in coff_section_type.
    	* plugin.c (bfd_plugin_canonicalize_symtab): Init fake_section
    	and fake_common_section using BFD_FAKE_SECTION.  Use "fake" as
    	their names and choose standard .text section flags for
    	fake_section.
    ld/
    	PR 24511
    	* testsuite/ld-elf/pr14156a.d: Allow for .init/.fini being a
    	data section on hppa64.
    	* testsuite/ld-elf/pr14156b.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-scripts/pr18963.t: Map standard sections to set
    	output section flags.
    	* testsuite/ld-scripts/sane1.t: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-elf/init-fini-arrays.s: Reference __init_array_start
    	and __fini_array_start.  Define __start et al.
    	* testsuite/ld-elf/pr24511.d: New test.

commit 66452beb773568c7f60dbc6b7c70f671a8c9cf4b
Author: Philippe Waroquiers <philippe.waroquiers@skynet.be>
Date:   Tue Apr 30 22:18:48 2019 +0200

    Fix leaks by clearing registers and frame caches.
    
    Valgrind reports leaks such as the below in the tests:
    gdb.threads/corethreads.exp
    gdb.threads/gcore-thread.exp
    gdb.ada/task_switch_in_core.exp
    gdb.trace/tfile.exp
    gdb.base/siginfo-thread.exp
    
    ==12701== 1,123 (72 direct, 1,051 indirect) bytes in 1 blocks are definitely lost in loss record 2,928 of 3,247
    ==12701==    at 0x4C2C4CC: operator new(unsigned long) (vg_replace_malloc.c:344)
    ==12701==    by 0x5CF771: get_thread_arch_aspace_regcache(ptid_t, gdbarch*, address_space*) (regcache.c:330)
    ==12701==    by 0x5CF92A: get_thread_regcache (regcache.c:366)
    ==12701==    by 0x5CF92A: get_current_regcache() (regcache.c:372)
    ==12701==    by 0x4C7964: get_current_frame() (frame.c:1587)
    ==12701==    by 0x4C7A3C: get_selected_frame(char const*) (frame.c:1651)
    ==12701==    by 0x669EAD: print_thread_info_1(ui_out*, char const*, int, int, int) (thread.c:1151)
    ==12701==    by 0x66A9A1: info_threads_command(char const*, int) (thread.c:1217)
    ==12701==    by 0x40A878: cmd_func(cmd_list_element*, char const*, int) (cli-decode.c:1892)
    ...
    
    Fix these leaks by clearing registers and frame caches.
    This leak and fix is similar to the leak fixed by 799efbe8e01

commit bde09ab7026edf3d79122872b79c6a8f164ee0ff
Author: Tom Tromey <tom@tromey.com>
Date:   Fri May 3 17:21:36 2019 -0600

    Remove "struct" from foreach statements
    
    Some versions of gcc have a bug that causes
    
        for (struct mumble : something)
    
    ... to give a compiler error.  We routinely work around this bug in
    gdb, but apparently had not done so in a while.  This patch fixes the
    remaining known cases of this problem.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-05-03  Sandra Loosemore  <sandra@codesourcery.com>
    	    Tom Tromey  <tom@tromey.com>
    
    	* dictionary.c (collate_pending_symbols_by_language): Remove
    	"struct" from foreach.
    	* symtab.c (lookup_global_symbol_from_objfile)
    	(lookup_symbol_in_objfile_from_linkage_name): Remove "struct" from
    	foreach.
    	* ser-tcp.c (net_open): Remove "struct" from foreach.
    	* objfiles.c (objfile_relocate, objfile_rebase)
    	(objfile_has_symbols): Remove "struct" from foreach.
    	* minsyms.c (lookup_minimal_symbol_by_pc_section): Remove "struct"
    	from foreach.
    	* dwarf2read.c (handle_struct_member_die): Remove "struct" from
    	foreach.
    	* darwin-nat.c (thread_info_from_private_thread_info): Remove
    	"struct" from foreach.
    	* ada-lang.c (create_excep_cond_exprs)
    	(ada_exception_catchpoint_cond_string): Remove "struct" from
    	foreach.

commit b5d5eb444b6443855d65f73ea6b6623f5fbdaa0e
Author: GDB Administrator <gdbadmin@sourceware.org>
Date:   Sat May 4 00:00:19 2019 +0000

    Automatic date update in version.in

commit 222a8d255834c717f1690658a9f85501a46f9403
Author: Tom Tromey <tromey@adacore.com>
Date:   Fri May 3 12:18:26 2019 -0600

    Fix cast of character to enum type in Ada
    
    An internal bug report points out that, when a global character enum
    type is used, casting fails, like:
    
        (gdb) print global_char_enum'('F')
        $1 = 70
    
    The bug here turns out to be that enumerators are qualified, so for
    example the mangled name might be "pck__QU48", rather than "QU48".
    
    This patch fixes the problem by only examining the suffix of the
    enumerator.  This is ok because the type is already known, and because
    the mangling scheme ensures that there won't be clashes.
    
    Tested on x86-64 Fedora 29.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-05-03  Tom Tromey  <tromey@adacore.com>
    
    	* ada-exp.y (convert_char_literal): Check suffix of each
    	enumerator.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog
    2019-05-03  Tom Tromey  <tromey@adacore.com>
    
    	* gdb.ada/char_enum/pck.ads (Global_Enum_Type): New type.
    	* gdb.ada/char_enum/foo.adb: Use Global_Enum_Type.
    	* gdb.ada/char_enum.exp: Add test.

commit fcd60b848ed7619461b0b0e316201e7745cdb61d
Author: Dilyan Palauzov <dilyan.palauzov@aegee.org>
Date:   Fri May 3 13:42:11 2019 -0600

    Add noyywrap to ada-lex.l
    
    This patch comes from PR ada/21406.  It adds the noyywrap option to
    ada-lex.l.  This was already done (by the same author) for other .l
    files in the binutils-gdb tree, so it seems reasonably safe.
    
    Tested on x86-64 Fedora 29.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-05-03  Dilyan Palauzov  <dilyan.palauzov@aegee.org>
    
    	PR ada/21406:
    	* ada-exp.y (yywrap): Don't define.
    	* ada-lex.l (%option): Add noyywrap
    	(yywrap): Remove.

commit 0fdfd794d22b3b516c3031e76afecaa0ed813931
Author: Tom de Vries <tdevries@suse.de>
Date:   Fri May 3 12:57:58 2019 +0200

    [gdb/testsuite] Add cc-with-gdb-index.exp
    
    Add a target board cc-with-gdb-index.exp, to make it easy to run cc-with-tweaks
    with CC_WITH_TWEAKS_FLAGS='-i'.
    
    Tested on x86_64-linux.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog:
    
    2019-05-03  Tom de Vries  <tdevries@suse.de>
    
    	* boards/cc-with-gdb-index.exp: New file.

commit 353ea2d106a51cfd1680f7d351f35eb8f69c9248
Author: Eli Zaretskii <eliz@gnu.org>
Date:   Fri May 3 10:55:33 2019 +0300

    On MS-Windows, define _WIN32_WINNT in a single common place.
    
    This changeset defines _WIN32_WINNT to at least 0x0501, the level
    of Windows XP, unless defined to a higher level, in a single
    place.  It then removes all the overrides of _WIN32_WINNT in
    individual files as no longer needed.  Doing this also solves
    compilation of windows-nat.c with mingw.org's MinGW, as that
    file uses CONSOLE_FONT_INFO which needs the XP level to become
    exposed in the Windows headers, while mingw.org defaults to
    Windows 9X.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    2019-05-03  Eli Zaretskii  <eliz@gnu.org>
    
    	* common/common-defs.h [__MINGW32__ || __CYGWIN__]: Define
    	_WIN32_WINNT to the XP level, unless already defined to a higher
    	level.
    
    	* unittests/parse-connection-spec-selftests.c:
    	* ser-tcp.c:
    	* common/netstuff.c [USE_WIN32API]:  Remove the _WIN32_WINNT
    	override.
    
    gdb/gdbserver/ChangeLog:
    2019-05-03  Eli Zaretskii  <eliz@gnu.org>
    
    	* remote-utils.c:
    	* gdbreplay.c [USE_WIN32API]: Remove the _WIN32_WINNT override.

commit 5f2459c233faebe8f882e556b2f4a86594a51292
Author: Eli Zaretskii <eliz@gnu.org>
Date:   Fri May 3 10:29:59 2019 +0300

    Fix lookup of separate debug file on MS-Windows.
    
    If you put the separate debug file in a global debug directory, GDB on
    MS-Windows would fail to find it.  This happens because we obtain the
    directory to look up the debug file by concatenating the debug
    directory name with the leading directories of the executable, and the
    latter includes the drive letter on MS-Windows.  So we get an invalid
    file name like
    
       d:/usr/lib/debug/d:/usr/bin/foo.debug
    
    This commit fixes that by removing the colon of the drive letter,
    thus producing
    
       d:/usr/lib/debug/d/usr/bin/foo.debug
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    2019-05-03  Eli Zaretskii  <eliz@gnu.org>
    
    	* symfile.c (find_separate_debug_file): Remove colon from the
    	drive spec of DOS/Windows file names of the target, so that the
    	file name produced from DEBUGDIR and the target's directory will
    	be valid on DOS/Windows systems.
    
    gdb/doc/ChangeLog:
    2019-05-03  Eli Zaretskii  <eliz@gnu.org>
    
    	* gdb.texinfo (Separate Debug Files): Document how the
    	subdirectory of the global debug directory is computed on
    	MS-Windows/MS-DOS.

commit 41f61c65a2e1cfdb4aca3bccf6e11025495ba02e
Author: GDB Administrator <gdbadmin@sourceware.org>
Date:   Fri May 3 00:00:15 2019 +0000

    Automatic date update in version.in

commit 80062eb94959467fb0c27b988b87ac08dada4bd8
Author: Andrew Burgess <andrew.burgess@embecosm.com>
Date:   Thu May 2 00:40:01 2019 +0100

    gdb/rust: Handle printing structures containing strings
    
    When printing a rust structure that contains a string GDB can
    currently fail to read the fields that define the string. This is
    because GDB mistakenly treats a value that is the parent structure as
    though it is the structure that defines the string, and then fails to
    find the fields needed to extract a string.
    
    The solution is to create a new value to represent the string field of
    the parent value.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    
    	* rust-lang.c (val_print_struct): Handle printing structures
    	containing strings.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog:
    
    	* gdb.rust/simple.exp: Add new test case.
    	* gdb.rust/simple.rs (struct StringAtOffset): New struct.
    	(main): Initialise an instance of the new struct.

commit 06f74c5cb868cfd37af3e680d29784c217700bdf
Author: H.J. Lu <hjl.tools@gmail.com>
Date:   Thu May 2 10:46:55 2019 -0700

    i386: Issue a warning to IRET without suffix for .code16gcc
    
    The .code16gcc directive to support 16-bit mode with 32-bit address.
    For IRET without a suffix, generate 16-bit IRET with a warning to
    return from an interrupt handler in 16-bit mode.
    
    	PR gas/24485
    	* config/tc-i386.c (process_suffix): Issue a warning to IRET
    	without a suffix for .code16gcc.
    	* testsuite/gas/i386/jump16.s: Add tests for iretX.
    	* testsuite/gas/i386/jump16.d: Updated.
    	* testsuite/gas/i386/jump16.e: New file.

commit b8c05e85ef4ce9610a3a43198180cf24aea327cb
Author: Tom Tromey <tromey@adacore.com>
Date:   Thu May 2 08:15:59 2019 -0600

    Remove _initialize_valarith
    
    I noticed that _initialize_valarith is empty.  This patch removes it.
    Because init.c is constructed at build time, there's no reason to keep
    empty initialization functions around, because there's no overhead to
    reintroducing them when needed.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-05-02  Tom Tromey  <tromey@adacore.com>
    
    	* valarith.c (_initialize_valarith): Remove.

commit 2cdc1a970d3249888524d251abfb87a9bdc77434
Author: Nick Clifton <nickc@redhat.com>
Date:   Thu May 2 15:11:39 2019 +0100

    Treat the .gnu.debuglink and .gnu.debugaltlink sections as debug sections when reading them in from COFF/PE format files.
    
    	PR 24493
    	* coffcode.h (styp_to_sec_flags): Treat .gnu.debuglink and
    	.gnu.debugaltlink sections as debugging sections.

commit e37f3ecd59eeb56e08c4a210a6e9764f1cedbc83
Author: GDB Administrator <gdbadmin@sourceware.org>
Date:   Thu May 2 00:00:22 2019 +0000

    Automatic date update in version.in

commit b83b4b138298d2a6bfab11f533d7e315c0a1c97b
Author: Sudakshina Das <sudi.das@arm.com>
Date:   Wed May 1 17:14:01 2019 +0100

    [BINUTILS, AArch64] Enable Transactional Memory Extension
    
    This patch enables the new Transactional Memory Extension added recently
    as part of Arm's new architecture technologies.
    
    We introduce a new optional extension "tme" to enable this. The following
    instructions are part of the extension:
       * tstart <Xt>
       * ttest <Xt>
       * tcommit
       * tcancel #<imm>
    The ISA for the above can be found here:
    https://developer.arm.com/docs/ddi0602/latest/base-instructions-alphabetic-order
    
    *** gas/ChangeLog ***
    
    2019-05-01  Sudakshina Das  <sudi.das@arm.com>
    
    	* config/tc-aarch64.c (parse_operands): Add case for
    	AARCH64_OPND_TME_UIMM16.
    	(aarch64_features): Add "tme".
    	* doc/c-aarch64.texi: Document the same.
    	* testsuite/gas/aarch64/tme-invalid.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/aarch64/tme-invalid.l: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/aarch64/tme-invalid.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/aarch64/tme.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/aarch64/tme.s: New test.
    
    *** include/ChangeLog ***
    
    2019-05-01  Sudakshina Das  <sudi.das@arm.com>
    
    	* opcode/aarch64.h (AARCH64_FEATURE_TME): New.
    	(enum aarch64_opnd): Add AARCH64_OPND_TME_UIMM16.
    
    *** opcodes/ChangeLog ***
    
    2019-05-01  Sudakshina Das  <sudi.das@arm.com>
    
    	* aarch64-asm-2.c: Regenerated.
    	* aarch64-dis-2.c: Regenerated.
    	* aarch64-opc-2.c: Regenerated.
    	* aarch64-opc.c (operand_general_constraint_met_p): Add case for
    	AARCH64_OPND_TME_UIMM16.
    	(aarch64_print_operand): Likewise.
    	* aarch64-tbl.h (QL_IMM_NIL): New.
    	(TME): New.
    	(_TME_INSN): New.
    	(struct aarch64_opcode): Add tstart, tcommit, ttest and tcancel.

commit 2ecde2b63245d4794a4967f318772e7166feb310
Author: Matthew Malcomson <matthew.malcomson@arm.com>
Date:   Wed May 1 16:52:51 2019 +0100

    Fix spelling mistakes in binutils testsuite.
    
    	* testsuite/binutils-all/objdump.exp: Correct executable
    	spelling.
    	* testsuite/binutils-all/compress.exp: Likewise.

commit 4504bbdec57c77b6468838276e62b2137eedfdd5
Author: Tom Tromey <tromey@adacore.com>
Date:   Mon Apr 29 09:55:39 2019 -0600

    Fix bug in assignment to nested packed structure
    
    A user at AdaCore found a case where assignment to a nested packed
    structure would fail.  The bug is that ada_value_primitive_field
    doesn't account for the situation where a field is not packed relative
    to its containing structure, but where the structure itself is packed
    in its parent.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-05-01  Tom Tromey  <tromey@adacore.com>
    
    	* ada-lang.c (ada_value_primitive_field): Treat more fields as
    	bitfields.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog
    2019-05-01  Tom Tromey  <tromey@adacore.com>
    
    	* gdb.ada/packed_array_assign/aggregates.ads (Nested_Packed): New
    	record.
    	(NPR): New variable.
    	* gdb.ada/packed_array_assign.exp: Add nested packed assignment
    	test.

commit d48e62f4a263a871b7a62793e8000625735bc2f6
Author: Tom Tromey <tromey@adacore.com>
Date:   Fri Apr 26 10:57:52 2019 -0600

    Fix big-endian aggregate assignment in Ada
    
    A bug internal to AdaCore notes that assigning a non-scalar value to
    an element of a packed array will sometimes fail.
    
    The bug turns out to be that ada_value_assign incorrectly computes the
    starting point for the assignment.  This patch fixes the problem.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-05-01  Tom Tromey  <tromey@adacore.com>
    
    	* ada-lang.c (ada_value_assign): Correctly compute starting offset
    	for big-endian copies.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog
    2019-05-01  Tom Tromey  <tromey@adacore.com>
    
    	* gdb.ada/packed_array_assign.exp: Add packed assignment
    	regression test.

commit 25a0274483cb00c27945b0337005be4f169ff09f
Author: Nick Clifton <nickc@redhat.com>
Date:   Wed May 1 14:43:06 2019 +0100

    Change nm so that when it is running in POSIX compatible mode, it does not prefix symbol values with 0.
    
    	PR 24507
    	* nm.c: (print_format): New variable.
    	(value_format_32bit, value_format_64bit): Delete.
    	(set_print_radix): Remove code to alter value_format strings.
    	(set_output_format): Record chosen format in print_format.
    	(get_print_format): New function - constructs a printf formatting
    	string according to the requirements of size, radix, and output
    	format.
    	(print_value): Use get_print_format.
    	* testsuite/binutils-all/nm.exp: Add tests of "nm --format=posix"
    	and "nm -t d".

commit f59f30f55776b10d4f728065e9f9a10cf63a1b29
Author: Tom de Vries <tdevries@suse.de>
Date:   Wed May 1 15:31:14 2019 +0200

    [gdb/testsuite] Fix "unable to find usable gdb" error with cc-with-tweaks.exp
    
    When running fullpath-expand.exp with target_board=dwarf4-gdb-index, we run
    into:
    ...
    $ make check-gdb RUNTESTFLAGS="--target_board=dwarf4-gdb-index fullpath-expand.exp"
    Running src/gdb/testsuite/gdb.base/fullpath-expand.exp ...
    gdb compile failed, cc-with-tweaks.sh: unable to find usable gdb
    
                    === gdb Summary ===
    
    nr of untested testcases         1
    ...
    The same happens with fullname.exp.
    
    The dwarf4-gdb-index.exp board file includes cc-with-tweaks.exp, which uses
    cc-with-tweaks.sh, which calls gdb-add-index.sh.
    
    The gdb-add-index.sh script uses a gdb executable, defaulting to gdb:
    ...
    GDB=${GDB:=gdb}
    ...
    
    The cc-with-tweaks.sh script tries to ensure that the build gdb executable is
    used by gdb-add-index.sh:
    ...
    if [ -z "$GDB" ]
    then
        if [ -f ./gdb ]
        then
    	GDB="./gdb -data-directory data-directory"
        elif [ -f ../gdb ]
        then
    	GDB="../gdb -data-directory ../data-directory"
        elif [ -f ../../gdb ]
        then
    	GDB="../../gdb -data-directory ../../data-directory"
        else
    	echo "$myname: unable to find usable gdb" >&2
    	exit 1
        fi
    fi
    ...
    So, if the current directory is build/gdb/testsuite, then a gdb executable
    build/gdb/testsuite/../gdb will be used.
    
    However, in the case of fullpath-expand.exp the test cd's into the sources:
    ...
    set saved_pwd [pwd]
    cd $srcdir
    set err [gdb_compile "${subdir}/${srcfile} ${subdir}/${srcfile2}" $binfile \
             executable {debug}]
    cd $saved_pwd
    ...
    and cc-with-tweaks.sh generates the "unable to find usable gdb" error.
    
    The same error occurs if we use --target_board=cc-with-dwz instead (only in
    this case we actually don't need gdb, we just need the GDB variable to be set
    in cc-with-tweaks.sh, which arguably is a bug in cc-with-tweaks.sh).
    
    Fix both errors in cc-with-tweaks.exp by generating a gdb script gdb.sh using
    $GDB, $GDBFLAGS and $INTERNAL_GDBFLAGS and passing this script to
    cc-with-tweaks.sh by setting env(GDB).
    
    Tested on x86_64-linux for gdb.base.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog:
    
    2019-05-01  Tom de Vries  <tdevries@suse.de>
    
    	* boards/cc-with-tweaks.exp: Generate gdb.sh, and pass it in env(GDB).

commit b70bfc540d3fa7759f5957bce23b6a1e6783ccb3
Author: Tom de Vries <tdevries@suse.de>
Date:   Wed May 1 13:30:52 2019 +0200

    [gdb/testsuite] Use cc-with-tweaks.exp in dwarf4-gdb-index.exp
    
    Board file dwarf4-gdb-index.exp contains all the commands from
    cc-with-tweaks.exp (with CC_WITH_TWEAKS_FLAGS set to "-i").
    
    Make dwarf4-gdb-index.exp smaller by including cc-with-tweaks.exp.
    
    Tested on x86_64-linux for gdb.base.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog:
    
    2019-05-01  Tom de Vries  <tdevries@suse.de>
    
    	* boards/dwarf4-gdb-index.exp: Use cc-with-tweaks.exp.

commit 640c50672cffe19a58a0296bbf7731b59a013cd5
Author: GDB Administrator <gdbadmin@sourceware.org>
Date:   Wed May 1 00:00:15 2019 +0000

    Automatic date update in version.in

commit 15f18d1467aa08ff7a4793f21e02fd4c2ebc0a0b
Author: Ali Tamur <tamur@google.com>
Date:   Thu Apr 25 13:35:53 2019 -0700

    Support DW_FORM_strx1, _strx2, _strx3, _strx4 forms.
    
    Dwarf5 defines DW_FORM_strx1 and others, which are similar
    to DW_FORM_strx but uses 1-4 bytes unsigned integers. This is
    a small step towards supporting dwarf5 in gdb.

commit ab4ee6147eb2e8fafd1fb96c945029c789182d3b
Author: Joel Brobecker <brobecker@adacore.com>
Date:   Tue Apr 30 16:00:19 2019 -0500

    gdb/windows-nat.c: Get rid of main_thread_id global
    
    This global is meant to point to the "main" thread of execution of
    the program we are debugging. It is set when attaching to a process
    or when receiving a CREATE_PROCESS_DEBUG_EVENT event. The theory at
    the time was that this was also going to be the thread receiving
    the EXIT_PROCESS_DEBUG_EVENT event.
    
    Unfortunately, we have discovered since then that this is actually
    not guaranteed. What this means in practice is that there is moderate
    risk that main_thread_id refers to a thread which no longer exists.
    
    This global is used in 3 situations:
      - OUTPUT_DEBUG_STRING_EVENT
      - LOAD_DLL_DEBUG_EVENT
      - UNLOAD_DLL_DEBUG_EVENT
    
    It's not clear why we would need to use the main_thread_id in those cases
    instead of using the thread ID provided by the kernel events itself.
    So this patch implements this approach, which then allows us to delete
    the main_thread_id global.
    
    gdb/testsuite:
    
    	* windows-nat.c (main_thread_id): Delete.
    	(handle_output_debug_string): Replace main_thread_id by
    	current_event.dwThreadId.
    	(fake_create_process): Likewise.
    	(get_windows_debug_event) <CREATE_PROCESS_DEBUG_EVENT>:
    	Do not set main_thread_id.
    	<LOAD_DLL_DEBUG_EVENT>: Replace main_thread_id by
    	current_event.dwThreadId.
    	<UNLOAD_DLL_DEBUG_EVENT>: Likewise.

commit 8ed5b76ea2de370265382dab1d538a919e2603ab
Author: Joel Brobecker <brobecker@adacore.com>
Date:   Tue Apr 30 15:59:17 2019 -0500

    (Windows) fix thr != nullptr assert failure in delete_thread_1
    
    We have observed that GDB would randomly trip the following
    assertion failure when debugging on Windows. When allowing
    the program to run until the inferior exits, we occasionally see:
    
         (gdb) cont
         Continuing.
         [Thread 48192.0xd100 exited with code 1]
         [Thread 48192.0x10ad8 exited with code 1]
         [Thread 48192.0x36e28 exited with code 0]
         [Thread 48192.0x52be4 exited with code 0]
         [Thread 48192.0x5aa40 exited with code 0]
         ../../src/gdb/thread.c:453: internal-error: void delete_thread_1(thread_inf
    o*, bool): Assertion `thr != nullptr' failed.
    
    Running the same scenario with some additional traces enabled...
    
        (gdb) set verbose
        (gdb) set debugevents
    
    ... allows us to understand what the issue is. To understand, we need
    to first look at the events received when starting the program, and
    in particular which threads got created how. First, we get a
    CREATE_PROCESS_DEBUG_EVENT for tid=0x442a8:
    
        gdb: kernel event for pid=317536 tid=0x442a8 code=CREATE_PROCESS_DEBUG_EVENT)
    
    Shortly after, we get some CREATE_THREAD_DEBUG_EVENT events,
    one of them being for tid=0x4010c:
    
        gdb: kernel event for pid=317536 tid=0x4010c code=CREATE_THREAD_DEBUG_EVENT)
    Fast forward a bit of debugging, and we do a "cont" as above,
    at which point the programs reaches the end, and the system reports
    "exit" events. The first interesting one is the following:
    
        gdb: kernel event for pid=317536 tid=0x442a8 code=EXIT_THREAD_DEBUG_EVENT)
    
    This is reporting a thread-exit event for a thread whose tid
    is the TID of what we call the "main thread". That's the thread
    that was created when we received the CREATE_PROCESS_DEBUG_EVENT
    notification, and whose TID is actually stored in a global variable
    named main_thread_id. This is not something we expected, as
    the assumption we made was that the main thread would exit last,
    and we would be notified of it via an EXIT_PROCESS_DEBUG_EVENT.
    But apparently, this is not always true, at least on Windows Server
    2012 and 2016 where this issue has been observed happening randomly.
    
    The consequence of the above notification is that we call
    windows_delete_thread for that thread, which removes it from
    our list of known threads.
    
    And a little bit later, then we then get the EXIT_PROCESS_DEBUG_EVENT,
    and we can see that the associated tid is not the main_thread_id,
    but rather the tid of one of the threads that was created during
    the lifetime of the program, in this case tid=0x4010c:
    
        gdb: kernel event for pid=317536 tid=0x4010c code=EXIT_PROCESS_DEBUG_EVENT)
    
    And the debug trace printed right after shows why we're crashing:
    
        [Deleting Thread 317536.0x442a8]
    
    We are trying to delete the thread whose tid=0x442a8, which is
    the main_thread_id! As we have already deleted that thread before,
    the search for it returns a nullptr, which then trips the assertion
    check in delete_thread_1.
    
    This commit fixes this issue. It ignores the open question of
    what to do with the main_thread_id global, particularly after
    that thread has been removed from our list of threads. This will
    be dealt with as a separate patch, to allow cherry-picking
    this patch into a release branch.
    
    For now, we fix the code so as to avoid this crash.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    
    	* windows-nat.c (get_windows_debug_event) <EXIT_PROCESS_DEBUG_EVENT>:
    	Use current_event.dwThreadId instead of main_thread_id.

commit 2ff0a947394eebf5ff9cd26088dce60ec8c10b48
Author: Tom Tromey <tromey@adacore.com>
Date:   Wed Mar 27 15:00:21 2019 -0600

    Fix "catch exception" with dynamic linking
    
    When an Ada program is dynamically linked against libgnat, and when
    one of the standard exceptions is used, the exception object may be
    referenced by the main executable using a copy relocation.
    
    In this situation, a "catch exception" for those exceptions will not
    manage to stop.  This happens because, under the hood, "catch
    exception" creates an expression object that examines the object
    addresses -- but in this case, the address will be incorrect.
    
    This patch fixes the problem by arranging for these filter expressions
    to examine all the relevant minimal symbols.  This way, the object
    from libgnat will be found as well.
    
    Tested on x86-64 Fedora 29.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-04-30  Tom Tromey  <tromey@adacore.com>
    
    	* ada-lang.c (ada_lookup_simple_minsyms): New function.
    	(create_excep_cond_exprs): Iterate over program spaces.
    	(ada_exception_catchpoint_cond_string): Examine all minimal
    	symbols for exception types.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog
    2019-04-30  Tom Tromey  <tromey@adacore.com>
    
    	* lib/ada.exp (find_ada_tool): New proc.
    	* lib/gdb.exp (gdb_compile_shlib): Allow .o files as inputs.
    	* gdb.ada/catch_ex_std.exp: New file.
    	* gdb.ada/catch_ex_std/foo.adb: New file.
    	* gdb.ada/catch_ex_std/some_package.adb: New file.
    	* gdb.ada/catch_ex_std/some_package.ads: New file.

commit a776957c8c3a9177345ee7ca91077234ed7f508e
Author: Tom Tromey <tromey@adacore.com>
Date:   Mon Apr 22 11:46:47 2019 -0600

    Fix crash in dwarf2read.c with template parameters
    
    PR c++/24470 concerns a crash in dwarf2read.c that occurs with a
    particular test case.
    
    The issue turns out to be that process_structure_scope will pass NULL
    to symbol_symtab.  This happens because new_symbol decided not to
    create a symbol for the particular DIE.
    
    This patch fixes the problem by finding another reasonably-appropriate
    symtab to use instead; issuing a complaint if one cannot be found for
    some reason.
    
    As mentioned in the bug, I think there are other bugs here.  For
    example, when using "ptype" on the "l" object in the test case, I
    think I would expect to see the template parameter.  I didn't research
    this too closely, since it seemed more important to fix the crash.
    
    Tested on x86-64 Fedora 29.
    
    I'd like to check this in to the 8.3 branch as well.
    
    2019-04-30  Tom Tromey  <tromey@adacore.com>
    
    	PR c++/24470:
    	* dwarf2read.c (process_structure_scope): Handle case where type
    	has template parameters but no symbol was created.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog
    2019-04-30  Tom Tromey  <tromey@adacore.com>
    
    	PR c++/24470:
    	* gdb.cp/temargs.cc: Add test code from PR.

commit 066f4018ae7822d81cb6747fd9494e5dd63bfecf
Author: Alan Modra <amodra@gmail.com>
Date:   Tue Apr 30 16:31:01 2019 +0930

    PowerPC64 GOT indirect to GOT relative optimisation
    
    This implements an optimisation that converts sequences like
      addis r9,r2,sym@got@ha
      ld r3,sym@got@l(r9)
    to
      addis r9,r2,sym@toc@ha
      addi r3,r9,sym@toc@l
    when "sym" is locally defined and can't be overridden.
    
    bfd/
    	* elf64-ppc.c (struct ppc64_elf_obj_tdata): Add has_gotrel.
    	(struct _ppc64_elf_section_data): Likewise.
    	(ppc64_elf_check_relocs): Set above fields.
    	(ppc64_elf_edit_toc): Add a pass over GOT relocs.
    	(ppc64_elf_relocate_section): Edit GOT indirect to GOT relative
    	when possible.
    ld/
    	* testsuite/ld-powerpc/elfv2exe.d: Update.
    	* testsuite/ld-powerpc/elfv2so.d: Update.
    	* testsuite/ld-powerpc/tocopt.d: Update.
    	* testsuite/ld-powerpc/tocopt.s: Update.
    	* testsuite/ld-powerpc/tocopt5.d: Update.
    	* testsuite/ld-powerpc/tocopt5.s: Update.
    	* testsuite/ld-powerpc/tocopt7.d: Update.
    	* testsuite/ld-powerpc/tocopt7.s: Update.
    	* testsuite/ld-powerpc/tocopt8.d: Update.
    	* testsuite/ld-powerpc/tocopt8.s: Update.

commit 8107ddcea1da07f1c4e902c17f045684beb78079
Author: Alan Modra <amodra@gmail.com>
Date:   Mon Apr 29 09:17:05 2019 +0930

    Work around gcc9 warning bug
    
    	* wrstabs.c (stab_start_class_type): Add assert to work around
    	gcc9 warning.  Tidy.

commit 06ddcada14d90c4da28f9585801aaae48304d8ea
Author: Alan Modra <amodra@gmail.com>
Date:   Sat Apr 27 10:27:49 2019 +0930

    ld.texi tweak for pod2man
    
    Fixes the following error:
    ld.pod around line 568: Expected '=item *'
    POD document had syntax errors at /usr/bin/pod2man line 71.
    
    	* ld.texi (How GNU properties are merged): Avoid pod2man error.
    	Correct example.

commit bc68014d16c30a6e90fdf9fc43e98be8cbbead9a
Author: Andrew Burgess <andrew.burgess@embecosm.com>
Date:   Thu Mar 7 16:53:54 2019 +0000

    gdb/fortran: Add allocatable type qualifier
    
    Types in Fortran can have the 'allocatable' qualifier attached to
    indicate that memory needs to be explicitly allocated by the user.
    This patch extends GDB to show this qualifier when printing types.
    
    Lots of tests results are then updated to include this new qualifier
    in the expected results.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    
    	* f-typeprint.c (f_type_print_base): Print 'allocatable' type
    	qualifier.
    	* gdbtypes.h (TYPE_IS_ALLOCATABLE): Define.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog:
    
    	* gdb.fortran/vla-datatypes.exp: Update expected results.
    	* gdb.fortran/vla-ptype.exp: Likewise.
    	* gdb.fortran/vla-type.exp: Likewise.
    	* gdb.fortran/vla-value.exp: Likewise.

commit f1fdc960664c24d911d6189b94e5c054b4bb9053
Author: Andrew Burgess <andrew.burgess@embecosm.com>
Date:   Sun Feb 17 00:37:20 2019 +0000

    gdb/fortran: Update rules for printing whitespace in types
    
    The whitespace produced as types are printed seems inconsistent.  This
    commit updates the rules in an attempt to make whitespace more
    balanced and consistent.  Expected results are updated.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    
    	* f-typeprint.c (f_print_type): Update rules for printing
    	whitespace.
    	(f_type_print_varspec_suffix): Likewise.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog:
    
    	* gdb.fortran/ptr-indentation.exp: Update expected results.
    	* gdb.fortran/ptype-on-functions.exp: Likewise.
    	* gdb.fortran/vla-ptr-info.exp: Likewise.
    	* gdb.fortran/vla-value.exp: Likewise.

commit bf7a4de1722a63c8b017d010e75d5e9e5e622f36
Author: Andrew Burgess <andrew.burgess@embecosm.com>
Date:   Sat Feb 16 17:26:44 2019 +0000

    gdb/fortran: print function arguments when printing function type
    
    Before this commit using ptype on a Fortran function will include
    information about the functions return type, but not the expected
    arguments as it would for C or C++.  After this commit argument types
    are included in the ptype output.
    
    For example, before GDB prints:
    
        (gdb) ptype fun1
        type = integer(kind=4) ()
        (gdb) ptype is_bigger
        type = logical(kind=4) ()
    
    and after GDB prints:
    
        (gdb) ptype fun1
        type = integer(kind=4) (integer(kind=4))
        (gdb) ptype is_bigger
        type = logical(kind=4) (integer(kind=4), integer(kind=4))
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    
    	* f-typeprint.c (f_type_print_varspec_suffix): Handle printing
    	function arguments.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog:
    
    	* gdb.fortran/ptype-on-functions.exp: New file.
    	* gdb.fortran/ptype-on-functions.f90: New file.

commit bbe75b9d00cc6f0694ff26569505c349d55e35f1
Author: Andrew Burgess <andrew.burgess@embecosm.com>
Date:   Sat Feb 16 16:39:29 2019 +0000

    gdb/fortran: Print 'void' type in lower case
    
    For a program compiled with gfortran the base type names are written
    as lower cases in the DWARF, and so GDB will display them as lower
    case.  Additionally, in most places where GDB supplies its own type
    names (for example all of the types defined in f-lang.c in
    `build_fortran_types`), the type names are all lower case.
    
    An exception to this is where GDB prints the void type for Fortran.
    In this case GDB uses upper case.
    
    I'm not aware of any reason why this type should merit special
    attention, and it looks our of place when printing types, so this
    commit changes from 'VOID' to 'void' to match all the other types.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    
    	* f-lang.c (build_fortran_types): Change name of void type to
    	lower case.
    	* f-typeprint.c (f_type_print_base): Print the name of the void
    	type, rather than a fixed string.
    	* f-valprint.c (f_decorations): Use lower case void string.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog:
    
    	* gdb.fortran/exprs.exp (test_convenience_variables): Expect lower
    	case void string.

commit 1db455a76c39e2be6a8a9613b7a19439f24722d0
Author: Andrew Burgess <andrew.burgess@embecosm.com>
Date:   Sat Feb 16 22:45:41 2019 +0000

    gdb/fortran: better types for components of complex numbers
    
    Currently when using $_creal and $_cimag to access the components of a
    complex number the types of these components will have C type names
    'float', 'double', etc.  This is because the components of a complex
    number are not given type names in DWARF, so GDB has to pick some
    suitable names, and currently we always use the C names.
    
    This commit changes the type names used based on the language, so for
    Fortran we will now use the Fortran float types, and so will get the
    Fortran float type names 'real', 'real*8', etc.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    
    	* dwarf2read.c (dwarf2_init_complex_target_type): Use different
    	types for Fortran.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog:
    
    	* gdb.fortran/complex.exp: Expand.
    	* gdb.fortran/complex.f: Renamed to...
    	* gdb.fortran/complex.f90: ...this, and extended to add more
    	complex values.

commit b6d03bb2b65ac5c919f1d08674bbaa2a9bfb2d0c
Author: Andrew Burgess <andrew.burgess@embecosm.com>
Date:   Wed Feb 13 17:10:18 2019 +0000

    gdb/fortran: Additional builtin procedures
    
    Add some additional builtin procedures for Fortran, these are MOD,
    CEILING, FLOOR, MODULO, and CMPLX.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    
    	* f-exp.y (BINOP_INTRINSIC): New token.
    	(exp): New parser rule handling BINOP_INTRINSIC.
    	(f77_keywords): Add new builtin procedures.
    	* f-lang.c (evaluate_subexp_f): Handle BINOP_MOD, UNOP_FORTRAN_CEILING,
    	UNOP_FORTRAN_FLOOR, BINOP_FORTRAN_MODULO, BINOP_FORTRAN_CMPLX.
    	(operator_length_f): Handle UNOP_FORTRAN_CEILING,
    	UNOP_FORTRAN_FLOOR, BINOP_FORTRAN_MODULO, BINOP_FORTRAN_CMPLX.
    	(print_unop_subexp_f): New function.
    	(print_binop_subexp_f): New function.
    	(print_subexp_f): Handle UNOP_FORTRAN_CEILING, UNOP_FORTRAN_FLOOR,
    	BINOP_FORTRAN_MODULO, BINOP_FORTRAN_CMPLX.
    	(dump_subexp_body_f): Likewise.
    	(operator_check_f): Likewise.
    	* fortran-operator.def: Add UNOP_FORTRAN_CEILING, UNOP_FORTRAN_FLOOR,
    	BINOP_FORTRAN_MODULO, BINOP_FORTRAN_CMPLX
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog:
    
    	* gdb.fortran/intrinsics.exp: Extend to cover MOD, CEILING, FLOOR,
    	MODULO, CMPLX.

commit 83228e93efa82f84a132f7cec44d0e760d4ad22b
Author: Andrew Burgess <andrew.burgess@embecosm.com>
Date:   Mon Apr 1 21:01:09 2019 +0100

    gdb/fortran: Introduce fortran-operator.def file
    
    Future commits will add more Fortran specific expression operators.
    
    In preparation for these new operators, this commit adds a new
    fortran-operator.def file similar to how GDB already has
    ada-operator.def.
    
    I've moved UNOP_KIND the Fortran specific operator I introduced in
    commit 4d00f5d8f6c4 into this file, and renamed it to make it clearer
    that the operator is Fortran specific.  I've then updated the Fortran
    exp_descriptor table (exp_descriptor_f) to use entirely Fortran
    specific functions that now handle UNOP_FORTRAN_KIND (the new name for
    UNOP_KIND).
    
    There should be no visible changes for standard users after this
    commit, though for developers, the output when 'set debug expression
    1' is now better, before:
    
      (gdb) p kind (l1)
      Dump of expression @ 0x2ccc7a0, before conversion to prefix form:
      	Language fortran, 5 elements, 16 bytes each.
      	Index                Opcode         Hex Value  String Value
      	    0          OP_VAR_VALUE  42  *...............
      	    1               OP_NULL  47730176  .N..............
      	    2          BINOP_INTDIV  47729184   J..............
      	    3          OP_VAR_VALUE  42  *...............
      	    4             UNOP_KIND  78  N...............
      Dump of expression @ 0x2ccc7a0, after conversion to prefix form:
      Expression: `Invalid expression
      (gdb)
    
    and after:
    
      (gdb) p kind (l1)
      Dump of expression @ 0x294d0b0, before conversion to prefix form:
      	Language fortran, 5 elements, 16 bytes each.
      	Index                Opcode         Hex Value  String Value
      	    0          OP_VAR_VALUE  40  (...............
      	    1   unknown opcode: 224  44088544  ................
      	    2   unknown opcode: 208  44087504  ................
      	    3          OP_VAR_VALUE  40  (...............
      	    4     UNOP_FORTRAN_KIND  119  w...............
      Dump of expression @ 0x294d0b0, after conversion to prefix form:
      Expression: `KIND(test::l1)'
      	Language fortran, 5 elements, 16 bytes each.
    
      	    0  UNOP_FORTRAN_KIND
      	    1    OP_VAR_VALUE          Block @0x2a0bce0, symbol @0x2a0b8d0 (l1)
      $1 = 1
      (gdb)
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    
    	* gdb/expprint.c (dump_subexp_body_standard): Remove use of
    	UNOP_KIND.
    	* gdb/expression.h (exp_opcode): Include 'fortran-operator.def'.
    	* gdb/f-exp.y (exp): Rename UNOP_KIND to UNOP_FORTRAN_KIND.
    	* gdb/f-lang.c (evaluate_subexp_f): Likewise.
    	(operator_length_f): New fuction.
    	(print_subexp_f): New function.
    	(op_name_f): New function.
    	(dump_subexp_body_f): New function.
    	(operator_check_f): New function.
    	(exp_descriptor_f): Replace standard expression handling functions
    	with new functions.
    	* gdb/fortran-operator.def: New file.
    	* gdb/parse.c (operator_length_standard): Remove use of UNOP_KIND.
    	* gdb/std-operator.def: Remove UNOP_KIND.

commit 6fdcd7cc87a5e345a1c09fcf898012d80eb43ee1
Author: Andrew Burgess <andrew.burgess@embecosm.com>
Date:   Sat Mar 30 17:14:23 2019 +0000

    gdb: Remove an unbalanced stray double quote from a comment
    
    What appears to be a stray double quote character in std-operator.def
    causes incorrect highlighting in my editor.
    
    The quote was introduced in this commit:
    
        commit 858be34c5a03bb8973679ebf00d360182434dc00
        Date:   Mon Sep 4 20:21:15 2017 +0100
    
            Handle "p S::method()::static_var" in the C++ parser
    
    I can't see any reason why the quote should be there, so this commit
    removes it.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    
    	* std-operator.def: Remove unbalanced, stray double quote
    	character.

commit 5acad1a18219912bbb83b667c7bb4955d4af10ca
Author: GDB Administrator <gdbadmin@sourceware.org>
Date:   Tue Apr 30 00:00:28 2019 +0000

    Automatic date update in version.in

commit 2e62ab400ff96334c92e5acf0a462cb9dc0d19a7
Author: Andrew Burgess <andrew.burgess@embecosm.com>
Date:   Thu Mar 21 15:13:23 2019 +0000

    gdb: Introduce 'print max-depth' feature
    
    Introduce a new print setting max-depth which can be set with 'set
    print max-depth DEPTH'.  The default value of DEPTH is 20, but this
    can also be set to unlimited.
    
    When GDB is printing a value containing nested structures GDB will
    stop descending at depth DEPTH.  Here is a small example:
    
        typedef struct s1 { int a; } s1;
        typedef struct s2 { s1 b; } s2;
        typedef struct s3 { s2 c; } s3;
        typedef struct s4 { s3 d; } s4;
    
        s4 var = { { { { 3 } } } };
    
    The following table shows how various depth settings affect printing
    of 'var':
    
        | Depth Setting | Result of 'p var'              |
        |---------------+--------------------------------|
        |     Unlimited | $1 = {d = {c = {b = {a = 3}}}} |
        |             4 | $1 = {d = {c = {b = {a = 3}}}} |
        |             3 | $1 = {d = {c = {b = {...}}}}   |
        |             2 | $1 = {d = {c = {...}}}         |
        |             1 | $1 = {d = {...}}               |
        |             0 | $1 = {...}                     |
    
    Only structures, unions, and arrays are replaced in this way, scalars
    and strings are not replaced.
    
    The replacement is counted from the level at which you print, not from
    the top level of the structure.  So, consider the above example and
    this GDB session:
    
        (gdb) set print max-depth 2
        (gdb) p var
        $1 = {d = {c = {...}}}
        (gdb) p var.d
        $2 = {c = {b = {...}}}
        (gdb) p var.d.c
        $3 = {b = {a = 3}}
    
    Setting the max-depth to 2 doesn't prevent the user from exploring
    deeper into 'var' by asking for specific sub-fields to be printed.
    
    The motivation behind this feature is to try and give the user more
    control over how much is printed when examining large, complex data
    structures.
    
    The default max-depth of 20 means that there is a change in GDB's
    default behaviour.  Someone printing a data structure with 20 levels
    of nesting will now see '{...}' instead of their data, they would need
    to adjust the max depth, or call print again naming a specific field
    in order to dig deeper into their data structure.  If this is
    considered a problem then we could increase the default, or even make
    the default unlimited.
    
    This commit relies on the previous commit, which added a new field to
    the language structure, this new field was a string that contained the
    pattern that should be used when a structure/union/array is replaced
    in the output, this allows languages to use a syntax that is more
    appropriate, mostly this will be selecting the correct types of
    bracket '(...)' or '{...}', both of which are currently in use.
    
    This commit should have no impact on MI output, expressions are
    printed through the MI using -var-create and then -var-list-children.
    As each use of -var-list-children only ever displays a single level of
    an expression then the max-depth setting will have no impact.
    
    This commit also adds the max-depth mechanism to the scripting
    language pretty printers following basically the same rules as for the
    built in value printing.
    
    One quirk is that when printing a value using the display hint 'map',
    if the keys of the map are structs then GDB will hide the keys one
    depth level after it hides the values, this ensures that GDB produces
    output like this:
    
      $1 = map_object = {[{key1}] = {...}, [{key2}] = {...}}
    
    Instead of this less helpful output:
    
      $1 = map_object = {[{...}] = {...}, [{...}] = {...}}
    
    This is covered by the new tests in gdb.python/py-nested-maps.exp.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    
    	* cp-valprint.c (cp_print_value_fields): Allow an additional level
    	of depth when printing anonymous structs or unions.
    	* guile/scm-pretty-print.c (gdbscm_apply_val_pretty_printer):
    	Don't print either the top-level value, or the children if the
    	max-depth is exceeded.
    	(ppscm_print_children): When printing the key of a map, allow one
    	extra level of depth.
    	* python/py-prettyprint.c (gdbpy_apply_val_pretty_printer): Don't
    	print either the top-level value, or the children if the max-depth
    	is exceeded.
    	(print_children): When printing the key of a map, allow one extra
    	level of depth.
    	* python/py-value.c (valpy_format_string): Add max_depth keyword.
    	* valprint.c: (PRINT_MAX_DEPTH_DEFAULT): Define.
    	(user_print_options): Initialise max_depth field.
    	(val_print_scalar_or_string_type_p): New function.
    	(val_print): Check to see if the max depth has been reached.
    	(val_print_check_max_depth): Define new function.
    	(show_print_max_depth): New function.
    	(_initialize_valprint): Add 'print max-depth' option.
    	* valprint.h (struct value_print_options) <max_depth>: New field.
    	(val_print_check_max_depth): Declare new function.
    	* NEWS: Document new feature.
    
    gdb/doc/ChangeLog:
    
    	* gdb.texinfo (Print Settings): Document 'print max-depth'.
    	* guile.texi (Guile Pretty Printing API): Document that 'print
    	max-depth' can effect the display of a values children.
    	* python.texi (Pretty Printing API): Likewise.
    	(Values From Inferior): Document max_depth keyword.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog:
    
    	* gdb.base/max-depth.c: New file.
    	* gdb.base/max-depth.exp: New file.
    	* gdb.python/py-nested-maps.c: New file.
    	* gdb.python/py-nested-maps.exp: New file.
    	* gdb.python/py-nested-maps.py: New file.
    	* gdb.python/py-format-string.exp (test_max_depth): New proc.
    	(test_all_common): Call test_max_depth.
    	* gdb.fortran/max-depth.exp: New file.
    	* gdb.fortran/max-depth.f90: New file.
    	* gdb.go/max-depth.exp: New file.
    	* gdb.go/max-depth.go: New file.
    	* gdb.modula2/max-depth.exp: New file.
    	* gdb.modula2/max-depth.c: New file.
    	* lib/gdb.exp (get_print_expr_at_depths): New proc.

commit 4be290b2517839872ef7de47230be8dbd291a7e5
Author: Andrew Burgess <andrew.burgess@embecosm.com>
Date:   Tue Apr 9 23:06:41 2019 +0100

    gdb: Introduce new language field la_is_string_type_p
    
    This commit is preparation work for the next commit, and by itself
    makes no user visible change to GDB.  I've split this work into a
    separate commit in order to make code review easier.
    
    This commit adds a new field 'la_is_string_type_p' to the language
    struct, this predicate will return true if a type is a string type for
    the given language.
    
    Some languages already have a "is this a string" predicate that I was
    able to reuse, while for other languages I've had to add a new
    predicate.  In this case I took inspiration from the value printing
    code for that language - what different conditions would result in
    printing something as a string.
    
    A default "is this a string" method has also been added that looks for
    TYPE_CODE_STRING, this is the fallback I've used for a couple of
    languages.
    
    In this commit I add the new field and initialise it for each
    language, however at this stage the new field is never used.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    
    	* ada-lang.c (ada_language_defn): Initialise new field.
    	* c-lang.c (c_is_string_type_p): New function.
    	(c_language_defn): Initialise new field.
    	(cplus_language_defn): Initialise new field.
    	(asm_language_defn): Initialise new field.
    	(minimal_language_defn): Initialise new field.
    	* c-lang.h (c_is_string_type_p): Declare new function.
    	* d-lang.c (d_language_defn): Initialise new field.
    	* f-lang.c (f_is_string_type_p): New function.
    	(f_language_defn): Initialise new field.
    	* go-lang.c (go_is_string_type_p): New function.
    	(go_language_defn): Initialise new field.
    	* language.c (default_is_string_type_p): New function.
    	(unknown_language_defn): Initialise new field.
    	(auto_language_defn): Initialise new field.
    	* language.h (struct language_defn) <la_is_string_type_p>: New
    	member variable.
    	(default_is_string_type_p): Declare new function.
    	* m2-lang.c (m2_language_defn): Initialise new field.
    	* objc-lang.c (objc_language_defn): Initialise new field.
    	* opencl-lang.c (opencl_language_defn): Initialise new field.
    	* p-lang.c (pascal_is_string_type_p): New function.
    	(pascal_language_defn): Initialise new field.
    	* rust-lang.c (rust_is_string_type_p): New function.
    	(rust_language_defn): Initialise new field.

commit 721b08c68679ad4058bfa7ae73811e6f9e845cfd
Author: Andrew Burgess <andrew.burgess@embecosm.com>
Date:   Tue Mar 26 19:34:06 2019 +0000

    gdb: Introduce new language field la_struct_too_deep_ellipsis
    
    This commit is preparation work for a later commit, and by itself
    makes no user visible change to GDB.  I've split this work into a
    separate commit in order to make code review easier.
    
    This commit adds a new field 'la_struct_too_deep_ellipsis' to the
    language struct, this string will be used in the next commit to print
    a language specific string from within the generic value printing
    code.
    
    In this commit I add the new field and initialise it for each
    language, however at this stage the new field is never used.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    
    	* language.h (struct language_defn) <la_struct_too_deep_ellipsis>:
    	New field.
    	* ada-lang.c (ada_language_defn): Initialise new field.
    	* c-lang.c (c_language_defn): Likewise.
    	(cplus_language_defn): Likewise.
    	(asm_language_defn): Likewise.
    	(minimal_language_defn): Likewise.
    	* d-lang.c (d_language_defn): Likewise.
    	* f-lang.c (f_language_defn): Likewise.
    	* go-lang.c (go_language_defn): Likewise.
    	* language.c (unknown_language_defn): Likewise.
    	(auto_language_defn): Likewise.
    	* m2-lang.c (m2_language_defn): Likewise.
    	* objc-lang.c (objc_language_defn): Likewise.
    	* opencl-lang.c (opencl_language_defn): Likewise.
    	* p-lang.c (pascal_language_defn): Likewise.
    	* rust-lang.c (rust_language_defn): Likewise.

commit fc913e53c353218ba1a9efa423c08767691a682a
Author: Andrew Burgess <andrew.burgess@embecosm.com>
Date:   Wed Apr 10 23:07:10 2019 +0100

    gdb/ada: Update some predicate functions to return bool
    
    A later commit would like to make use of a pointer to the function
    ada_is_string_type, however, this will require the function to return
    a bool (so the signature matches).
    
    As the ada_is_string_type is a predicate function, and its return
    value is only ever used as either true or false, then this commit
    updates the function to return a bool.
    
    As a consequence ada_is_character_type needs to change too.
    
    There should be no user visible changes after this commit.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    
    	* ada-lang.c (ada_is_character_type): Change return type to bool.
    	(ada_is_string_type): Likewise.
    	* ada-lang.h (ada_is_character_type): Update declaration
    	(ada_is_string_type): Likewise.

commit d2b584a55b658fa52ffa3a42b689940d2e98e969
Author: Tom de Vries <tdevries@suse.de>
Date:   Mon Apr 29 16:52:10 2019 +0200

    [gdb/testsuite] Fix regexp in skip_opencl_tests
    
    When running gdb-caching-proc.exp, if skip_opencl_tests fails like this:
    ...
    (gdb) run
    Starting program: \
      build/gdb/testsuite/outputs/gdb.base/gdb-caching-proc/opencltest13530.x
    CHK_ERR (clGetPlatformIDs (1, &platform, NULL), -1001)
    src/gdb/testsuite/lib/opencl_hostapp.c:73 error: Unknown
    [Inferior 1 (process 13600) exited with code 01]
    (gdb)
    skip_opencl_tests: OpenCL support not detected
    ...
    then this regexp in skip_opencl_tests fails to match:
    ...
            -re ".*$inferior_exited_re code.*${gdb_prompt} $" {
    ...
    so instead we hit the default clause after a 30 seconds timeout.  With the
    iteration count set at 10, we end up taking 6 minutes to run this test-case.
    
    Fix this by adding the missing "with" in the regexp, bring back the runtime to
    half a minute.
    
    Tested on x86_64-linux.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog:
    
    2019-04-29  Tom de Vries  <tdevries@suse.de>
    
    	* lib/opencl.exp (skip_opencl_tests): Add missing "with" in regexp.

commit 4a90ce955e5bcde074b8616ff9d20f9939a9a358
Author: John Darrington <john@darrington.wattle.id.au>
Date:   Mon Apr 29 16:05:54 2019 +0200

    S12Z: Opcodes: Fix crash when trying to decode a truncated operation.
    
    opcodes/
    	* s12z-opc.c (shift_discrim): Return OP_INVALID when reading fails.
    
    gas/
    	* testsuite/gas/s12z/truncated.d: New file.
    	* testsuite/gas/s12z/truncated.s: New file.
    	* testsuite/gas/s12z/s12z.exp: Add new test.

commit 637d4b78c55640b9d858546a65d51024a70b5247
Author: GDB Administrator <gdbadmin@sourceware.org>
Date:   Mon Apr 29 00:00:32 2019 +0000

    Automatic date update in version.in

commit fa731fa0d400568fb1fd68c247fc0c55b53c2a2f
Author: Philippe Waroquiers <philippe.waroquiers@skynet.be>
Date:   Sun Apr 28 06:54:32 2019 +0200

    Follow-up to Support style in 'frame|thread apply'
    
    Fix build problem when configuring with guile.
    Fix the forgotten copy of ChangeLog info to ChangeLog.

commit 4cacd8ca8de0f9c22380e5a68cff7ff9f6bd4704
Author: GDB Administrator <gdbadmin@sourceware.org>
Date:   Sun Apr 28 00:01:02 2019 +0000

    Automatic date update in version.in

commit 8a522c6cab56bd55f1454638786f999f6f636354
Author: Philippe Waroquiers <philippe.waroquiers@skynet.be>
Date:   Sat Mar 9 23:55:44 2019 +0100

    Have 'thread|frame apply' style their output.
    
    'thread|frame apply CMD' launches CMD so that CMD output goes to a string_file.
    This patch ensures that string_file for such CMD output contains
    style escape sequences that 'thread|frame apply' will later on
    output on the real terminal, so as to have CMD output properly styled.
    
    The idea is to have the class ui_file having overridable methods
    to indicate that the output to this ui_file should be done using
    'terminal' behaviour such as styling.
    Then these methods are overriden in string_file so that a specially
    constructed string_file will get output with style escape sequences.
    
    After this patch, the output of CMD by thread|frame apply CMD is styled
    similarly as when CMD is launched directly.
    Note that string_file (term_out true) could also support wrapping,
    but this is not done (yet?).
    
    Tested on debian/amd64.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-04-27  Philippe Waroquiers  <philippe.waroquiers@skynet.be>
    
    	Support style in 'frame|thread apply'
    
    	* gdbcmd.h (execute_command_to_string): New term_out parameter.
    	* record.c (record_start, record_stop): Update callers of
    	execute_command_to_string with false.
    	* ui-file.h (class ui_file): New term_out and can_emit_style_escape
    	methods.
    	(class string_file): New constructor with term_out parameter.
    	Override methods term_out and can_emit_style_escape.  New member
    	term_out.
    	(class stdio_file): Override can_emit_style_escape.
    	(class tee_file): Override term_out and can_emit_style_escape.
    	* utils.h (can_emit_style_escape): Remove.
    	* utils.c (can_emit_style_escape): Likewise.
    	Update all callers of can_emit_style_escape (SOMESTREAM) to
    	SOMESTREAM->can_emit_style_escape.
    	* source-cache.c (source_cache::get_source_lines): Likewise.
    	* stack.c (frame_apply_command_count): Call execute_command_to_string
    	passing the term_out characteristic of the current gdb_stdout.
    	* thread.c (thr_try_catch_cmd): Likewise.
    	* top.c (execute_command_to_string): pass term_out parameter
    	to construct the string_file for the command output.
    	* ui-file.c (term_cli_styling): New function (most code moved
    	from utils.c can_emit_style_escape).
    	(string_file::string_file, string_file::can_emit_style_escape,
    	stdio_file::can_emit_style_escape, tee_file::term_out,
    	tee_file::can_emit_style_escape): New functions.

commit 136afab8c7d8a8a91dbf38e79be4f9dc4125d552
Author: Philippe Waroquiers <philippe.waroquiers@skynet.be>
Date:   Tue Apr 23 23:43:24 2019 +0200

    Implement show | set may-call-functions [on|off]
    
    Inferior function calls are powerful but might lead to undesired
    results such as crashes when calling nested functions (frequently
    used in particular in Ada).
    
    This implements a GDB setting to disable calling inferior functions.
    
    Note: the idea is that if/when the 'slash command' patch is pushed,
    that this setting can be changed e.g. by using the shortcut /c.
    
    This is version 2 of the patch.  It handles all the received comments,
    mostly replace 'can-call' by 'may-call', and avoid using
    'inferior function call' in factor of 'calling function in the program'.
    
    2019-04-26  Philippe Waroquiers  <philippe.waroquiers@skynet.be>
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    	* NEWS: Mention the new set|show may-call-functions.
    	* infcall.c (may_call_functions_p): New variable.
    	(show_may_call_functions_p): New function.
    	(call_function_by_hand_dummy): Throws an error if not
    	may-call-functions.
    	(_initialize_infcall): Call add_setshow_boolean_cmd for
    	may-call-functions.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog
    	* gdb.base/callexit.exp: Test may-call-functions off.
    
    gdb/doc/ChangeLog
    	* gdb.texinfo (Calling): Document the new
    	set|show may-call-functions.

commit a45328b93bdd5399da8a9e56817e445cc2068edd
Author: Andrew Bennett <andrew.bennett@imgtec.com>
Date:   Mon Apr 22 15:12:09 2019 -0700

    [MIPS] Add load-link, store-conditional paired instructions
    
    Add several baseline MIPS32R6[1] and MIPS64R6[2] instructions
    that were omitted from the initial spec.  These instructions
    are optional in implementations but not associated with any
    ASE or pseudo-ASE.  Their presence is indicated by the XNP bit
    in the Config5 register.
    
    [1] "MIPS Architecture for Programmers Volume II-A: The MIPS32
         Instruction Set Manual", Imagination Technologies Ltd., Document
         Number: MD00086, Revision 6.06, December 15, 2016, Section 3.2
         "Alphabetical List of Instructions", pp. 228-229, pp. 354-357.
    
    [2] "MIPS Architecture for Programmers Volume II-A: The MIPS64
         Instruction Set Manual", Imagination Technologies Ltd., Document
         Number: MD00087, Revision 6.06, December 15, 2016, Section 3.2
         "Alphabetical List of Instructions", pp. 289-290 and pp. 458-460.
    
    gas/
    	* config/tc-mips.c (macro) <M_LLWP_AB, M_LLDP_AB, M_SCWP_AB,
    	M_SCDP_AB>: New cases and expansions for paired instructions.
    	* testsuite/gas/mips/llpscp-32.s: New test source.
    	* testsuite/gas/mips/llpscp-64.s: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/gas/mips/llpscp-32.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/mips/llpscp-64.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/gas/mips/mips.exp: Run the new tests.
    	* testsuite/gas/mips/r6.s: Add new instructions to test source.
    	* testsuite/gas/mips/r6-64.s: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/gas/mips/r6-64-n32.d: Check new instructions.
    	* testsuite/gas/mips/r6-64-n64.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/gas/mips/r6-n32.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/gas/mips/r6-n64.d: Likwwise.
    	* testsuite/gas/mips/r6.d: Likewise.
    
    include/
    	* opcode/mips.h (M_LLWP_AB, M_LLDP_AB): New enum values.
    	(M_SCWP_AB, M_SCDP_AB): Likewise.
    
    opcodes/
    	* mips-opc.c (mips_builtin_opcodes): Add llwp, lldp, scwp, scdp.

commit 45f0ab12d463cb3999a4286e679bdef05884b3a3
Author: GDB Administrator <gdbadmin@sourceware.org>
Date:   Sat Apr 27 00:00:28 2019 +0000

    Automatic date update in version.in

commit 7cb22ff84745da0856bf74578b9bd7dff4379ed5
Author: H.J. Lu <hjl.tools@gmail.com>
Date:   Fri Apr 26 10:19:53 2019 -0700

    i386: Don't add 0x66 prefix to IRET for .code16gcc
    
    The .code16gcc directive supports 16bit mode with 32-bit address.  Since
    IRET (opcode 0xcf) in 16bit mode returns from an interrupt in 16bit mode,
    we shouldn't add 0x66 prefix for IRET.
    
    	PR gas/24485
    	* config/tc-i386.c (process_suffix): Don't add DATA_PREFIX_OPCODE
    	to IRET for .code16gcc.
    	* testsuite/gas/i386/jump16.s: Add IRET tests.
    	* testsuite/gas/i386/jump16.d: Updated.

commit c54f15248ee990df6cea0b4730cd61b227a0e082
Author: H.J. Lu <hjl.tools@gmail.com>
Date:   Fri Apr 26 07:52:00 2019 -0700

    Don't complain undefined weak dynamic reference
    
    When undefined non-weak references in IR objects are optimized out
    by LTO, we can have weak dynamic referencs to symbols marked with
    bfd_link_hash_undefined.  We shouldn't complain such undefined weak
    dynamic references.
    
    bfd/
    
    	PR ld/24486
    	* elflink.c (elf_link_output_extsym): Don't complain undefined
    	weak dynamic reference.
    
    ld/
    
    	PR ld/24486
    	* testsuite/ld-plugin/lto.exp: Run PR ld/24486 tests.
    	* testsuite/ld-plugin/pr24486a.c: New file.
    	* testsuite/ld-plugin/pr24486b.c: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-plugin/pr24486c.c: Likewise.

commit 8e1920d611ab3330d6dfa610ff771cf5dc796097
Author: Nick Clifton <nickc@redhat.com>
Date:   Fri Apr 26 15:29:39 2019 +0100

    Updated Russian translation for the ld subdirectory.
    
    	* po/ru.po: Updated Russian translation.

commit a094d01f01688a49810c2cd970086ed22ea617f4
Author: Christopher Yeleighton <giecrilj@stegny.2a.pl>
Date:   Fri Apr 26 15:23:59 2019 +0100

    Fix the hyphenation of word phrases such as "target specific" and "machine specific".
    
    	* ld.texi: Properly hyphenate the word "specific".

commit 152d61760a048909bf93f256063b5657b34ffd4c
Author: GDB Administrator <gdbadmin@sourceware.org>
Date:   Fri Apr 26 00:00:21 2019 +0000

    Automatic date update in version.in

commit 725cbb63263d27e87f5a4f9b73281e7710de53e4
Author: Keith Seitz <keiths@redhat.com>
Date:   Thu Apr 25 13:05:51 2019 -0700

    c++/24367: Infinite recursion of typedef substitution
    
    This bug finds another usage where we end up segfaulting while
    normalizing user input.  inspect_type and replace_type recurse,
    attempting to substitute the "real" symbol name for the typedef name.
    However, since the both these names are the same, they keep calling
    each other until the stack overflows.
    
    A simple reproducer for it is given by
    
      typedef struct foo foo;
      int qux (foo *f) { return 0; }
    
      (gdb) b qux(foo*)
      Segmentation fault
    
    inspect_type already contains some special handling to prevent a
    similar situation from occurring with namespaces.  I wonder, however,
    whether we need be so pedantic about the exact nature of the substitution.
    
    This patch implements this rather more aggressive assumption that these
    substitutions should be avoided whenever the replacement symbol's name is
    exactly the same as the one we're trying to substitute.  [In the above
    example, we're trying to substitute the tyepdef named "foo" with the symbol
    named "foo" (a struct).]
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    
    	PR c++/24367
    	* cp-support.c (inspect_type): Don't attempt substitutions
    	of symbol with the same name.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog:
    
    	PR c++/24367
    	* gdb.cp/meth-typedefs.cc (incomplete_struct)
    	(another_incomplete_struct, test_incomplete): New definitions.
    	(main): Use new definitions.
    	* gdb.cp/meth-typedefs.exp: Add new tests for `test_incomplete'
    	functions.

commit 3d1cbb78936fbf2985ffd2ebf074841599ead788
Author: Tom Tromey <tromey@adacore.com>
Date:   Wed Apr 24 12:13:35 2019 -0600

    Fix memory leak in exception code
    
    PR gdb/24475 concerns a memory leak coming from gdb's exception
    handling code.
    
    The leak occurs because throw_exception_sjlj does not arrange to
    destroy the exception object it is passed.  However, because
    gdb_exception has a destructor, it's undefined to longjmp in this
    situation.
    
    This patch fixes the problem by avoiding the need to run any
    destructors in gdb_rl_callback_handler, by making the gdb_exception
    "static".
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-04-25  Tom Tromey  <tromey@adacore.com>
    
    	PR gdb/24475:
    	* event-top.c (gdb_rl_callback_handler): Make "gdb_rl_expt"
    	static.

commit 94aeb44b001ab2d632806242a3bacb0a879abe15
Author: Tom Tromey <tromey@adacore.com>
Date:   Wed Apr 24 06:50:06 2019 -0600

    Make exception handling more efficient
    
    This makes exception handling more efficient in a few spots, through
    the use of const- and rvalue-references.
    
    I wrote this patch by commenting out the gdb_exception copy
    constructor and then examining the resulting error messages one by
    one, introducing the use of std::move where appropriate.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-04-25  Tom Tromey  <tromey@adacore.com>
    
    	* xml-support.c (struct gdb_xml_parser) <set_error>: Take an
    	rvalue reference.
    	(gdb_xml_start_element_wrapper, gdb_xml_end_element_wrapper)
    	(gdb_xml_parser::parse): Use std::move.
    	* python/python-internal.h (gdbpy_convert_exception): Take a const
    	reference.
    	* python/py-value.c (valpy_getitem, valpy_nonzero): Use
    	std::move.
    	* python/py-utils.c (gdbpy_convert_exception): Take a const
    	reference.
    	* python/py-inferior.c (infpy_write_memory, infpy_search_memory):
    	Use std::move.
    	* python/py-breakpoint.c (bppy_set_condition, bppy_set_commands):
    	Use std::move.
    	* mi/mi-main.c (mi_print_exception): Take a const reference.
    	* main.c (handle_command_errors): Take a const reference.
    	* linespec.c (parse_linespec): Use std::move.
    	* infcall.c (run_inferior_call): Use std::move.
    	(call_function_by_hand_dummy): Use std::move.
    	* exec.c (try_open_exec_file): Use std::move.
    	* exceptions.h (exception_print, exception_fprintf)
    	(exception_print_same): Update.
    	* exceptions.c (print_exception, exception_print)
    	(exception_fprintf, exception_print_same): Change parameters to
    	const reference.
    	* event-top.c (gdb_rl_callback_read_char_wrapper): Update.
    	* common/new-op.c: Use std::move.
    	* common/common-exceptions.h (struct gdb_exception): Add move
    	constructor.
    	(struct gdb_exception_error, struct gdb_exception_quit, struct
    	gdb_quit_bad_alloc): Change constructor to move constructor.
    	(throw_exception): Change parameter to rvalue reference.
    	* common/common-exceptions.c (throw_exception): Take rvalue
    	reference.
    	* cli/cli-interp.c (safe_execute_command): Use std::move.
    	* breakpoint.c (insert_bp_location, location_to_sals): Use
    	std::move.

commit 680d7fd5fcff860a31021845389d4dfeb7b42e3c
Author: Tom Tromey <tromey@adacore.com>
Date:   Wed Apr 24 06:50:01 2019 -0600

    Avoid undefined behavior in Guile exception handling
    
    The Guile code will longjmp (via scm_throw) when an object requiring
    destruction is on the stack.  This is undefined behavior.
    
    This changes this code to run any destructors in inner scopes, and to
    pass a POD to gdbscm_throw_gdb_exception.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-04-25  Tom Tromey  <tromey@adacore.com>
    
    	* guile/scm-exception.c (gdbscm_scm_from_gdb_exception)
    	(gdbscm_throw_gdb_exception): Take a gdbscm_gdb_exception.
    	* guile/scm-block.c, guile/scm-breakpoint.c, guile/scm-cmd.c,
    	guile/scm-disasm.c, guile/scm-frame.c, guile/scm-lazy-string.c,
    	guile/scm-math.c, guile/scm-param.c, guile/scm-ports.c,
    	guile/scm-symbol.c, guile/scm-symtab.c, guile/scm-type.c,
    	guile/scm-value.c: Use unpack.
    	* guile/guile-internal.h (gdbscm_scm_from_gdb_exception): Take a
    	gdbscm_gdb_exception.
    	(gdbscm_throw_gdb_exception): Likewise.
    	(struct gdbscm_gdb_exception): New.
    	(unpack): New function.
    	(gdbscm_wrap): Use unpack.

commit c6fdd8b2052baa9b7a27d4d34f109c9622b53509
Author: Tom Tromey <tromey@adacore.com>
Date:   Tue Apr 23 07:29:49 2019 -0600

    Make SJLJ exceptions more efficient
    
    This changes the SJLJ exception handling code to be a bit more
    efficient, by using rvalue references and move assignment when
    possible.
    
    Tested by the buildbot.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-04-25  Tom Tromey  <tromey@adacore.com>
    
    	* event-top.c (gdb_rl_callback_read_char_wrapper_noexcept)
    	(gdb_rl_callback_handler): Use std::move.
    	* common/common-exceptions.h (struct gdb_exception): Add move
    	assignment operator.
    	(throw_exception_sjlj): Change "exception" to const reference.
    	* common/common-exceptions.c (exceptions_state_mc_catch): Update.
    	(throw_exception_sjlj): Change "exception" to const reference.

commit cc06b668978e542ecbc2aff1beca40e5baff86b0
Author: Tom Tromey <tromey@adacore.com>
Date:   Tue Apr 23 15:31:07 2019 -0600

    Remove exception_none
    
    Now that gdb_exception has a constructor, there's no need for
    exception_none.  This patch removes it.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-04-25  Tom Tromey  <tromey@adacore.com>
    
    	* xml-support.c (gdb_xml_parser::gdb_xml_parser): Update.
    	* python/py-value.c (valpy_getitem, valpy_nonzero): Update.
    	* python/py-inferior.c (infpy_write_memory, infpy_search_memory):
    	Update.
    	* python/py-breakpoint.c (bppy_set_condition, bppy_set_commands):
    	Update.
    	* mi/mi-interp.c (mi_interp::exec): Update.
    	* linespec.c (parse_linespec): Update.
    	* infcall.c (run_inferior_call): Update.
    	* guile/scm-value.c (gdbscm_value_to_lazy_string): Update.
    	* guile/scm-symbol.c (gdbscm_lookup_symbol)
    	(gdbscm_lookup_global_symbol): Update.
    	* guile/scm-param.c (gdbscm_parameter_value): Update.
    	* guile/scm-frame.c (gdbscm_frame_read_register)
    	(gdbscm_frame_read_var): Update.
    	* guile/scm-breakpoint.c (gdbscm_register_breakpoint_x): Update.
    	* exec.c (try_open_exec_file): Update.
    	* event-top.c (gdb_rl_callback_read_char_wrapper_noexcept)
    	(gdb_rl_callback_handler): Update.
    	* common/common-exceptions.h (exception_none): Don't declare.
    	* common/common-exceptions.c (exception_none): Don't define.
    	(struct catcher) <exception>: Update.
    	* cli/cli-interp.c (safe_execute_command): Update.
    	* breakpoint.c (insert_bp_location, location_to_sals): Update.

commit cf532bd13616fbabe487d98107cde3202ad58ab7
Author: Ali Tamur <tamur@google.com>
Date:   Fri Mar 29 19:29:24 2019 -0700

    [PATCH] Support for DW_FORM_strx tag
    
    DW_FORM_strx is the new name of DW_FORM_GNU_str_index in the Dwarf 5 standard.
    This is a small step towards supporting Dwarf 5 in gdb.

commit 82433e3e270973c3f49d55d41266de6adbf9006d
Author: Sergio Durigan Junior <sergiodj@redhat.com>
Date:   Thu Apr 25 14:26:18 2019 -0400

    ChangeLog entries for the previous commit.
    
    I forgot to include the ChangeLog entries in the commit
    57e5e645010430b3d73f8c6a757d09f48dc8f8d5 ("Implement dump of mappings
    with ELF headers by gcore").

commit 57e5e645010430b3d73f8c6a757d09f48dc8f8d5
Author: Sergio Durigan Junior <sergiodj@redhat.com>
Date:   Tue Apr 23 18:17:57 2019 -0400

    Implement dump of mappings with ELF headers by gcore
    
    This patch has a long story, but it all started back in 2015, with
    commit df8411da087dc05481926f4c4a82deabc5bc3859 ("Implement support
    for checking /proc/PID/coredump_filter").  The purpose of that commit
    was to bring GDB's corefile generation closer to what the Linux kernel
    does.  However, back then, I did not implement the full support for
    the dumping of memory mappings containing ELF headers (like mappings
    of DSOs or executables).  These mappings were being dumped most of
    time, though, because the default value of /proc/PID/coredump_filter
    is 0x33, which would cause anonymous private mappings (DSOs/executable
    code mappings have this type) to be dumped.  Well, until something
    happened on binutils...
    
    A while ago, I noticed something strange was happening with one of our
    local testcases on Fedora GDB: it was failing due to some strange
    build-id problem.  On Fedora GDB, we (unfortunately) carry a bunch of
    "local" patches, and some of these patches actually extend upstream's
    build-id support in order to generate more useful information for the
    user of a Fedora system (for example, when the user loads a corefile
    into GDB, we detect whether the executable that generated that
    corefile is present, and if it's not we issue a warning suggesting
    that it should be installed, while also providing the build-id of the
    executable).  A while ago, Fedora GDB stopped printing those warnings.
    
    I wanted to investigate this right away, and spent some time trying to
    determine what was going on, but other things happened and I got
    sidetracked.  Meanwhile, the bug started to be noticed by some of our
    users, and its priority started changing.  Then, someone on IRC also
    mentioned the problem, and when I tried helping him, I noticed he
    wasn't running Fedora.  Hm...  So maybe the bug was *also* present
    upstream.
    
    After "some" time investigating, and with a lot of help from Keith and
    others, I was finally able to determine that yes, the bug is also
    present upstream, and that even though it started with a change in ld,
    it is indeed a GDB issue.
    
    So, as I said, the problem started with binutils, more specifically
    after the following commit was pushed:
    
      commit f6aec96dce1ddbd8961a3aa8a2925db2021719bb
      Author: H.J. Lu <hjl.tools@gmail.com>
      Date:   Tue Feb 27 11:34:20 2018 -0800
    
          ld: Add --enable-separate-code
    
    This commit makes ld use "-z separate-code" by default on x86-64
    machines.  What this means is that code pages and data pages are now
    separated in the binary, which is confusing GDB when it tries to decide
    what to dump.
    
    BTW, Fedora 28 binutils doesn't have this code, which means that
    Fedora 28 GDB doesn't have the problem.  From Fedora 29 on, binutils
    was rebased and incorporated the commit above, which started causing
    Fedora GDB to fail.
    
    Anyway, the first thing I tried was to pass "-z max-page-size" and
    specify a bigger page size (I saw a patch that did this and was
    proposed to Linux, so I thought it might help).  Obviously, this
    didn't work, because the real "problem" is that ld will always use
    separate pages for code and data.  So I decided to look into how GDB
    dumped the pages, and that's where I found the real issue.
    
    What happens is that, because of "-z separate-code", the first two pages
    of the ELF binary are (from /proc/PID/smaps):
    
      00400000-00401000 r--p 00000000 fc:01 799548                             /file
      Size:                  4 kB
      KernelPageSize:        4 kB
      MMUPageSize:           4 kB
      Rss:                   4 kB
      Pss:                   4 kB
      Shared_Clean:          0 kB
      Shared_Dirty:          0 kB
      Private_Clean:         4 kB
      Private_Dirty:         0 kB
      Referenced:            4 kB
      Anonymous:             0 kB
      LazyFree:              0 kB
      AnonHugePages:         0 kB
      ShmemPmdMapped:        0 kB
      Shared_Hugetlb:        0 kB
      Private_Hugetlb:       0 kB
      Swap:                  0 kB
      SwapPss:               0 kB
      Locked:                0 kB
      THPeligible:    0
      VmFlags: rd mr mw me dw sd
      00401000-00402000 r-xp 00001000 fc:01 799548                             /file
      Size:                  4 kB
      KernelPageSize:        4 kB
      MMUPageSize:           4 kB
      Rss:                   4 kB
      Pss:                   4 kB
      Shared_Clean:          0 kB
      Shared_Dirty:          0 kB
      Private_Clean:         0 kB
      Private_Dirty:         4 kB
      Referenced:            4 kB
      Anonymous:             4 kB
      LazyFree:              0 kB
      AnonHugePages:         0 kB
      ShmemPmdMapped:        0 kB
      Shared_Hugetlb:        0 kB
      Private_Hugetlb:       0 kB
      Swap:                  0 kB
      SwapPss:               0 kB
      Locked:                0 kB
      THPeligible:    0
      VmFlags: rd ex mr mw me dw sd
    
    Whereas before, we had only one:
    
      00400000-00401000 r-xp 00000000 fc:01 798593                             /file
      Size:                  4 kB
      KernelPageSize:        4 kB
      MMUPageSize:           4 kB
      Rss:                   4 kB
      Pss:                   4 kB
      Shared_Clean:          0 kB
      Shared_Dirty:          0 kB
      Private_Clean:         0 kB
      Private_Dirty:         4 kB
      Referenced:            4 kB
      Anonymous:             4 kB
      LazyFree:              0 kB
      AnonHugePages:         0 kB
      ShmemPmdMapped:        0 kB
      Shared_Hugetlb:        0 kB
      Private_Hugetlb:       0 kB
      Swap:                  0 kB
      SwapPss:               0 kB
      Locked:                0 kB
      THPeligible:    0
      VmFlags: rd ex mr mw me dw sd
    
    Notice how we have "Anonymous" data mapped into the page.  This will be
    important.
    
    So, the way GDB decides which pages it should dump has been revamped
    by my patch in 2015, and now it takes the contents of
    /proc/PID/coredump_filter into account.  The default value for Linux
    is 0x33, which means:
    
      Dump anonymous private, anonymous shared, ELF headers and HugeTLB
      private pages.
    
    Or:
    
      filter_flags filterflags = (COREFILTER_ANON_PRIVATE
    			      | COREFILTER_ANON_SHARED
    			      | COREFILTER_ELF_HEADERS
    			      | COREFILTER_HUGETLB_PRIVATE);
    
    Now, it is important to keep in mind that GDB doesn't always have *all*
    of the necessary information to exactly determine the type of a page, so
    the whole algorithm is based on heuristics (you can take a look at
    linux-tdep.c:dump_mapping_p and
    linux-tdep.c:linux_find_memory_regions_full for more info).
    
    Before the patch to make ld use "-z separate-code", the (single) page
    containing data and code was being flagged as an anonymous (due to the
    non-zero "Anonymous:" field) private (due to the "r-xp" permission),
    which means that it was being dumped into the corefile.  That's why it
    was working fine.
    
    Now, as you can imagine, when "-z separate-code" is used, the *data*
    page (which is where the ELF notes are, including the build-id one) now
    doesn't have any "Anonymous:" mapping, so the heuristic is flagging it
    as file-backed private, which is *not* dumped by default.
    
    The next question I had to answer was: how come a corefile generated by
    the Linux kernel was correct?  Well, the answer is that GDB, unlike
    Linux, doesn't actually implement the COREFILTER_ELF_HEADERS support.
    On Linux, even though the data page is also treated as a file-backed
    private mapping, it is also checked to see if there are any ELF headers
    in the page, and then, because we *do* have ELF headers there, it is
    dumped.
    
    So, after more time trying to think of ways to fix this, I was able to
    implement an algorithm that reads the first few bytes of the memory
    mapping being processed, and checks to see if the ELF magic code is
    present.  This is basically what Linux does as well, except that, if
    it finds the ELF magic code, it just dumps one page to the corefile,
    whereas GDB will dump the whole mapping.  But I don't think that's a
    big issue, to be honest.
    
    It's also important to explain that we *only* perform the ELF magic
    code check if:
    
      - The algorithm has decided *not* to dump the mapping so far, and;
      - The mapping is private, and;
      - The mapping's offset is zero, and;
      - The user has requested us to dump mappings with ELF headers.
    
    IOW, we're not going to blindly check every mapping.
    
    As for the testcase, I struggled even more trying to write it.  Since
    our build-id support on upstream GDB is not very extensive, it's not
    really possible to determine whether a corefile contains build-id
    information or not just by using GDB.  So, after thinking a lot about
    the problem, I decided to rely on an external tool, eu-unstrip, in
    order to verify whether the dump was successful.  I verified the test
    here on my machine, and everything seems to work as expected (i.e., it
    fails without the patch, and works with the patch applied).  We are
    working hard to upstream our "local" Fedora GDB patches, and we intend
    to submit our build-id extension patches "soon", so hopefully we'll be
    able to use GDB itself to perform this verification.
    
    I built and regtested this on the BuildBot, and no problems were
    found.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    2019-04-25  Sergio Durigan Junior  <sergiodj@redhat.com>
    
    	PR corefiles/11608
    	PR corefiles/18187
    	* linux-tdep.c (dump_mapping_p): Add new parameters ADDR and
    	OFFSET.  Verify if current mapping contains an ELF header.
    	(linux_find_memory_regions_full): Adjust call to
    	dump_mapping_p.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog:
    2019-04-25  Sergio Durigan Junior  <sergiodj@redhat.com>
    
    	PR corefiles/11608
    	PR corefiles/18187
    	* gdb.base/coredump-filter-build-id.exp: New file.

commit dd06d4d6889ee58b76255b775f52ba8e475a7a2d
Author: Alan Hayward <alan.hayward@arm.com>
Date:   Fri Apr 12 16:36:51 2019 +0100

    testsuite: Add option to capture gdbserver debug
    
    Add both board option and environment variable which enables gdbserver
    debug and sends it to the file gdbserver.debug, located in the output
    directory for the current test.  Document this.
    
    Add support for the environment variable in the Makefile.
    
    The testsuite can be run with gdbserver debug enabled in the following way:
    
    	make check GDBSERVER_DEBUG=all
    
    Disable tspeed.exp when debugging to prevent the log file filling
    many gigabytes then timing out.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog:
    
    	* Makefile.in: Pass through GDBSERVER_DEBUG.
            * README (Testsuite Parameters): Add GDBSERVER_DEBUG.
            (gdbserver,debug): Add board setting.
            * gdb.trace/tspeed.exp: Skip when debugging.
    	* lib/gdb.exp (gdbserver_debug_enabled): New procedure.
    	* lib/gdbserver-support.exp: Likewise

commit 6fe014bcd33686cb75e6355f9c36ce483a64ec62
Author: H.J. Lu <hjl.tools@gmail.com>
Date:   Thu Apr 25 07:53:46 2019 -0700

    LTO: Properly handle wrapper symbols in IR
    
    When a wrapper symbol, __wrap_FOO, is defined in IR, its resolution
    should be LDPR_PREVAILING_DEF, not PREVAILING_DEF_IRONLY, since LTO
    doesn't know that __wrap_FOO provides definition of FOO.  And resolution
    of FOO should be LDPR_RESOLVED_IR since it is resolved by __wrap_FOO in
    IR.
    
    	PR ld/24406
    	* ld.texi: Remove LTO warning from --wrap.
    	* plugin.c (get_symbols): Update resolution for wrapper and
    	wrapped symbols.
    	* testsuite/ld-plugin/lto.exp: Run ld/24406 tests.
    	* testsuite/ld-plugin/pr24406-1.c: New file.
    	* testsuite/ld-plugin/pr24406-2a.c: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-plugin/pr24406-2b.c: Likewise.

commit 723adb650a31859d7cc45832cb8adca0206455ed
Author: Sandra Loosemore <sandra@codesourcery.com>
Date:   Thu Apr 25 07:27:02 2019 -0700

    Detect invalid length field in debug frame FDE header.
    
    GDB was failing to catch cases where a corrupt ELF or core file
    contained an invalid length value in a Dwarf debug frame FDE header.
    It was checking for buffer overflow but not cases where the length was
    negative or caused pointer wrap-around.
    
    In addition to the additional validity check, this patch cleans up the
    multiple signed/unsigned conversions on the length field so that an
    unsigned representation is used consistently throughout.
    
    This patch fixes CVE-2017-9778 and PR gdb/21600.
    
    2019-04-25  Sandra Loosemore  <sandra@codesourcery.com>
    	    Kang Li <kanglictf@gmail.com>
    
    	PR gdb/21600
    
    	* dwarf2-frame.c (read_initial_length): Be consistent about using
    	unsigned representation of length.
    	(decode_frame_entry_1): Likewise.  Check for wraparound of
    	end pointer as well as buffer overflow.

commit 68bb0359eec3093560929b8ad2b3f5d30e7a7e1d
Author: Sudakshina Das <sudi.das@arm.com>
Date:   Thu Apr 25 11:37:25 2019 +0100

    [BFD, AArch64] Improve bti/pac plts.
    
    This patch aims to improve the definitions of BTI and PAC based PLTs.
    The following changes are made:
       * PLT0 does not need PAC instructions since the PLTGOT[2] (and PLTGOT[1])
         are readonly so they cannot be corrupted at runtime. Thus both PAC plt0
         and BTI+PAC plt0 are removed and we can use basic plt0 and BTI plt0
         instead, respectively.
       * We can remove the extra padding nops when we add the new bti instructions.
         BTI plt0 and BTI TLSDESC plt are updated.
       * For better performance PLTn could be padded to 24bytes. Both BTI pltn and
         PAC pltn are updated.
    
    *** bfd/ChangeLog ***
    
    2019-04-25  Sudakshina Das  <sudi.das@arm.com>
    
    	* elfnn-aarch64.c (PLT_BTI_ENTRY_SIZE): Remove.
    	(PLT_BTI_TLSDESC_ENTRY_SIZE): Remove.
    	(PLT_PAC_ENTRY_SIZE, PLT_BTI_PAC_ENTRY_SIZE): Remove.
    	(PLT_BTI_SMALL_ENTRY_SIZE, PLT_PAC_SMALL_ENTRY_SIZE): Update.
    	(elfNN_aarch64_small_plt0_pac_entry): Remove.
    	(elfNN_aarch64_small_plt0_bti_pac_entry): Remove.
    	(elfNN_aarch64_small_plt0_bti_entry): Update.
    	(elfNN_aarch64_small_plt_bti_entry): Update.
    	(elfNN_aarch64_small_plt_pac_entry): Update.
    	(elfNN_aarch64_tlsdesc_small_plt_bti_entry): Update.
    	(setup_plt_values): Setup new entries.
    	(elfNN_aarch64_finish_dynamic_sections): Remove size change.
    	(elfNN_aarch64_plt_sym_val): Likewise.
    
    *** ld/ChangeLog ***
    
    2019-04-25  Sudakshina Das  <sudi.das@arm.com>
    
    	* testsuite/ld-aarch64/bti-pac-plt-1.d: Update.
    	* testsuite/ld-aarch64/bti-pac-plt-2.d: Update.
    	* testsuite/ld-aarch64/bti-plt-1.d: Update.
    	* testsuite/ld-aarch64/bti-plt-3.d: Update.
    	* testsuite/ld-aarch64/bti-plt-5.d: Update.
    	* testsuite/ld-aarch64/pac-plt-1.d: Update.
    	* testsuite/ld-aarch64/pac-plt-2.d: Update.

commit cd0923370be1a6412e9b8fb5c8e9e39d90f1d3ea
Author: Maciej W. Rozycki <macro@linux-mips.org>
Date:   Thu Apr 25 01:28:49 2019 +0100

    MIPS/include: opcode/mips.h: Update stale comment for CODE20 operand
    
    Complement commit 1586d91e32ea ("/ 0 should send SIGFPE not SIGTRAP..."),
    <https://sourceware.org/ml/binutils/2004-07/msg00260.html>, and update a
    stale comment referring the 20-bit code field of the BREAK and SDBBP
    instructions, by making it explicit that where permitted by choosing the
    MIPS32 or a later ISA the whole field can now be set with a single
    operand for the SDBBP instruction only.
    
    	include/
    	* opcode/mips.h: Update comment for MIPS32 CODE20 operand.

commit f88dbe3f8a9cef79a6ff32ba3734a7a308b8ea26
Author: GDB Administrator <gdbadmin@sourceware.org>
Date:   Thu Apr 25 00:00:15 2019 +0000

    Automatic date update in version.in

commit 38c3873e5d53902cf9cc73a4a5a05adf371296a6
Author: Alexandre Oliva <aoliva@redhat.com>
Date:   Sat Apr 13 05:55:34 2019 -0300

    Speed up locview resolution with relaxable frags
    
    Targets such as xtensa incur a much higher overhead to resolve
    location view numbers than e.g. x86, because the expressions used to
    compute view numbers cannot be resolved soon enough.
    
    Each view number is computed by incrementing the previous view, if
    they are both at the same address, or by resetting it to zero
    otherwise.  If PV is the previous view number, PL is its location, and
    NL is the location of the next view, its number is computed by
    evaluating NV = !(NL > PL) * (PV + 1).
    
    set_or_check_view uses resolve_expression to decide whether portions
    of this expression can be simplified to constants.  The (NL > PL)
    subexpression is one that can often be resolved to a constant,
    breaking chains of view number computations at instructions of nonzero
    length, but not after alignment that might be unnecessary.
    
    Alas, when nearly every frag ends with a relaxable instruction,
    frag_offset_fixed_p will correctly fail to determine a known offset
    between two unresolved addresses in neighboring frags, so the
    unresolved symbolic operation will be constructed and used in the
    computation of most view numbers.  This results in very deep
    expressions.
    
    As view numbers get referenced in location view lists, each operand in
    the list goes through symbol_clone_if_forward_ref, which recurses on
    every subexpression.  If each view number were to be referenced, this
    would exhibit O(n^2) behavior, where n is the depth of the view number
    expressions, i.e., the length of view number sequences without an
    early resolution that cuts the expression short.
    
    This patch enables address compares used by view numbering to be
    resolved even when exact offsets are not known, using new logic to
    determine when the location either remained the same or changed for
    sure, even with the possibility of relaxation.  This enables most view
    number expressions to be resolved with a small, reasonable depth.
    
    	PR gas/24444
    	* frags.c (frag_gtoffset_p): New.
    	* frags.h (frag_gtoffset_p): Declare it.
    	* expr.c (resolve_expression): Use it.

commit 1670072efb31e82d52d408940062860e2835d79c
Author: Tom Tromey <tromey@adacore.com>
Date:   Wed Apr 24 13:43:27 2019 -0600

    Fix Rust testing
    
    This changes the gdb test suite to omit -fno-stack-protector when
    compiling Rust code.  This makes Rust testing work again.
    
    I think I saw this patch somewhere already, but I couldn't find it
    again just now, so I'm checking this version in.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog
    2019-04-24  Tom Tromey  <tromey@adacore.com>
    
    	* lib/gdb.exp (gdb_compile): Don't add -fno-stack-protector for
    	Rust.

commit 44ed80923ab89e141120defa8c1209b69869a7ac
Author: Sandra Loosemore <sandra@codesourcery.com>
Date:   Wed Apr 24 12:14:56 2019 -0700

    Use better test for usable compiler in ld testsuite.
    
    The ld testsuite includes numerous tests that depend on being able to
    compile and link programs with the C compiler.  Some of these tests
    use [which $CC] to check for the presence of the compiler before
    proceeding with the test, but run_ld_link_exec_tests and run_cc_link_tests
    give ERRORs if compilation fails.  Also, even if $CC is defined and present,
    it may not be usable due to missing libraries, etc.
    
    This patch adds a new procedure check_compiler_available that attempts
    to build an empty program and caches the result.  Uses of [which $CC]
    are replaced with calls to this procedure, and run_ld_link_exec_tests
    and run_cc_link_tests now also guard attempts to use $CC.
    
    2019-04-24  Sandra Loosemore  <sandra@codesourcery.com>
    
    	ld/
    	* testsuite/config/default.exp: Use [check_compiler_available]
    	instead of [which $CC].
    	* testsuite/ld-auto-import/auto-import.exp: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-cygwin/exe-export.exp: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-elf/audit.exp: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-elf/compress.exp: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-elf/dwarf.exp: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-elf/elf.exp: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-elf/indirect.exp: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-elf/linux-x86.exp: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-elf/shared.exp: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-elf/tls.exp: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-elf/wrap.exp: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-elfcomm/elfcomm.exp: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-elfvers/vers.exp: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-elfvsb/elfvsb.exp: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-elfweak/elfweak.exp: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-gc/gc.exp: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-i386/i386.exp: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-i386/no-plt.exp: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-i386/tls.exp: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-ifunc/ifunc.exp: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-mn10300/mn10300.exp: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-pe/pe-compile.exp: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-pe/pe-run.exp: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-pe/pe-run2.exp: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-pie/pie.exp: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-plugin/lto.exp: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-plugin/plugin.exp: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-scripts/crossref.exp: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-sh/sh.exp: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-shared/shared.exp: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-size/size.exp: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-srec/srec.exp: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-undefined/undefined.exp: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-unique/unique.exp: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-x86-64/mpx.exp: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-x86-64/no-plt.exp: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-x86-64/tls.exp: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-x86-64/x86-64.exp: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/lib/ld-lib.exp (run_ld_link_exec_tests): Call
    	check_compiler_available before trying to use the compiler.
    	(run_cc_link_tests): Likewise.
    	(check_compiler_available): New.  Use it instead of [which $CC].

commit 596179f77c803d3fc5586465f4ece6503055d035
Author: Sergio Durigan Junior <sergiodj@redhat.com>
Date:   Wed Apr 24 14:53:59 2019 -0400

    Use "pulongest" on aarch64-tdep.c:aarch64_gdbarch_init
    
    While trying to build GDB on i686, I found the following error:
    
     In file included from ../../gdb/common/common-defs.h:105,
                      from ../../gdb/defs.h:28,
                      from ../../gdb/aarch64-tdep.c:21:
     ../../gdb/aarch64-tdep.c: In function 'gdbarch* aarch64_gdbarch_init(gdbarch_info, gdbarch_list*)':
     ../../gdb/aarch64-tdep.c:3176:43: error: format '%ld' expects argument of type 'long int', but argument 4 has type 'uint64_t' {aka 'long long unsigned int'} [-Werror=format=]
      3176 |     internal_error (__FILE__, __LINE__, _("VQ out of bounds: %ld (max %d)"),
           |                                           ^~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
     ../../gdb/common/gdb_locale.h:28:29: note: in definition of macro '_'
        28 | # define _(String) gettext (String)
           |                             ^~~~~~
     ../../gdb/aarch64-tdep.c:3176:64: note: format string is defined here
      3176 |     internal_error (__FILE__, __LINE__, _("VQ out of bounds: %ld (max %d)"),
           |                                                              ~~^
           |                                                                |
           |                                                                long int
           |                                                              %lld
    
    This happens because aarch64-tdep.c:aarch64_gdbarch_init prints a
    "uint64_t" variable using "%ld".  This patch fixes the build by using
    "pulongest" instead.  As explained in a similar fix (commit
    495143533ad95369811391c6e3c6dadd69d7dd67), this should be safe because
    if aarch64-tdep.c is included in the build, then ULONGEST must be a
    64-bit type.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    2019-04-24  Sergio Durigan Junior  <sergiodj@redhat.com>
    
    	* aarch64-tdep.c (aarch64_gdbarch_init): Use "pulongest" to print
    	"vq".

commit a59240a41ac34d91e4ef5dd8b484763639388364
Author: Tom Tromey <tromey@adacore.com>
Date:   Tue Apr 16 11:11:10 2019 -0600

    Fix passing of struct with bitfields on x86-64
    
    Commit 4aa866af ("Fix AMD64 return value ABI in expression
    evaluation") introduced a regression when calling a function with a
    structure that contains bitfields.
    
    Because the caller of amd64_has_unaligned_fields handles bitfields
    already, it seemed to me that the simplest fix was to ignore bitfields
    here.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-04-24  Tom Tromey  <tromey@adacore.com>
    
    	* amd64-tdep.c (amd64_has_unaligned_fields): Ignore bitfields.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog
    2019-04-24  Tom Tromey  <tromey@adacore.com>
    
    	* gdb.arch/amd64-eval.exp: Test bitfield return.
    	* gdb.arch/amd64-eval.cc (struct Bitfields): New.
    	(class Foo) <return_bitfields>: New method.
    	(main): Call it.

commit 1b8dd6432644c256ab294d205a8e00f6c6dc5073
Author: Nick Clifton <nickc@redhat.com>
Date:   Wed Apr 24 17:44:31 2019 +0100

    Stop strip from merging notes when stripping debug or dwo information.
    
    	* objcopy.c (strip_main): Do not enable note merging by default if
    	just stripping debug or dwo information.
    	* doc/binutils.texi (strip): Update documentation.

commit 1903f1385bff910861942743860d8577423bcb6c
Author: Alan Modra <amodra@gmail.com>
Date:   Wed Apr 24 11:26:51 2019 +0930

    resolve_symbol_value vs. .loc view resolution
    
    In most cases we don't want expression symbols, such as that created
    for an expression like "symbol + (1f - .)", resolved down to a
    constant.  Instead we'd like to leave the expression as "symbol +
    constant" once the "1f - ." part has been resolved, and let the
    backend decide whether "symbol" can be reduced further.
    
    However, that doesn't work when trying to resolve .loc view symbols
    early.  We get expression symbols left as an O_symbol expression
    pointing at an absolute symbol, and marked as sy_flags.sy_resolved.
    That wouldn't really be a problem, but when one of those expression
    symbols is used in further .loc view expressions, its value is taken
    as zero.
    
    This patch fixes the symbol value mistake, and stops creation of
    O_symbol expression symbols pointing to absolute symbols.  Either of
    these fixes would cure the .loc view usage.
    
    	PR 24444
    	* symbols.c (resolve_symbol_value): When handling symbols
    	marked as sy_flags.resolved, return correct value for the
    	case of expression symbols left as an O_symbol expression.
    	Merge O_symbol code handling undefined and common symbols with
    	code handling special cases of expression symbols.  Use
    	seg_left to test for undefined and common symbols.  Don't
    	leave an O_symbol expression when X_add_symbol resolves to
    	the absolute_section.  Init final_val later.
    	* testsuite/gas/mmix/basep-7.d: Adjust expected output.

commit a679f24ecc00ff7df02c5e6e4804fc9f19cbe595
Author: John Darrington <john@darrington.wattle.id.au>
Date:   Wed Apr 24 09:41:23 2019 +0200

    S12Z: Opcodes: Handle bit map operations with non-canonical operands.
    
    opcodes/
    	* s12z-opc.c (bm_decode): Handle the RESERVERD0 case.
    
    gas/
    	* testsuite/gas/s12z/bit-manip-invalid.d: Extend the test.
    	* testsuite/gas/s12z/bit-manip-invalid.s: Extend the test.

commit d10be0cb9e61f29a0de368ebcc78bba22a902ad5
Author: John Darrington <john@darrington.wattle.id.au>
Date:   Mon Apr 15 09:25:23 2019 +0200

    S12Z: s12z-opc.h: Add extern "C" bracketing
    
    opcodes/
    	* s12z-opc.h: Add extern "C" bracketing to help
    	  users who wish to use this interface in c++ code.

commit 05b1991f1a942f9d13b5363fb4c05e34ea44ef57
Author: GDB Administrator <gdbadmin@sourceware.org>
Date:   Wed Apr 24 00:00:16 2019 +0000

    Automatic date update in version.in

commit f872fdbb5b83f39f359bc1cd016dcc0456cb0c0a
Author: Andrew Burgess <andrew.burgess@embecosm.com>
Date:   Thu Jan 10 20:38:42 2019 +0000

    gdb/s12z: Use default gdbarch methods where possible
    
    Make use of the default gdbarch methods for gdbarch_unwind_pc, and
    gdbarch_unwind_sp where possible.
    
    I have not tested this change but, by inspecting the code, I believe
    the default methods are equivalent to the code being deleted.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    
    	* s12z-tdep.c (s12z_unwind_pc): Delete.
    	(s12z_unwind_sp): Delete.
    	(s12z_gdbarch_init): Don't register deleted functions with
    	gdbarch.

commit b614e6f3f820fe08d407b57821456f672d4d1a6f
Author: Andrew Burgess <andrew.burgess@embecosm.com>
Date:   Thu Jan 10 20:36:34 2019 +0000

    gdb/rl78: Use default gdbarch methods where possible
    
    Make use of the default gdbarch method gdbarch_unwind_sp where
    possible.
    
    I have not tested this change but, by inspecting the code, I believe
    the default methods are equivalent to the code being deleted.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    
    	* rl78-tdep.c (rl78_unwind_sp): Delete.
    	(rl78_gdbarch_init): Don't register deleted function with gdbarch.

commit 14faed38e730e3ab2a1aa8d5232b4883638fd857
Author: Andrew Burgess <andrew.burgess@embecosm.com>
Date:   Thu Jan 10 20:32:40 2019 +0000

    gdb/xstormy16: Use default gdbarch methods where possible
    
    Make use of the default gdbarch methods for gdbarch_dummy_id,
    gdbarch_unwind_pc, and gdbarch_unwind_sp where possible.
    
    I have not tested this change but, by inspecting the code, I believe
    the default methods are equivalent to the code being deleted.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    
    	* xstormy16-tdep.c (xstormy16_unwind_sp): Delete.
    	(xstormy16_unwind_pc): Delete.
    	(xstormy16_dummy_id): Delete.
    	(xstormy16_gdbarch_init): Don't register deleted functions with
    	gdbarch.

commit 541aad8ac923fa2d4a9d35fdf82b487b9f6e0ea8
Author: Andrew Burgess <andrew.burgess@embecosm.com>
Date:   Thu Jan 10 20:30:32 2019 +0000

    gdb/vax: Use default gdbarch methods where possible
    
    Make use of the default gdbarch method gdbarch_unwind_pc where
    possible.
    
    I have not tested this change but, by inspecting the code, I believe
    the default methods are equivalent to the code being deleted.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    
    	* vax-tdep.c (vax_unwind_pc): Delete.
    	(vax_gdbarch_init): Don't register deleted function with gdbarch.

commit 29222070e410d441108895fcc3011f576bd05461
Author: Andrew Burgess <andrew.burgess@embecosm.com>
Date:   Thu Jan 10 20:28:24 2019 +0000

    gdb/v850: Use default gdbarch methods where possible
    
    Make use of the default gdbarch methods for gdbarch_dummy_id,
    gdbarch_unwind_pc, and gdbarch_unwind_sp where possible.
    
    I have not tested this change but, by inspecting the code, I believe
    the default methods are equivalent to the code being deleted.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    
    	* v850-tdep.c (v850_unwind_sp): Delete.
    	(v850_unwind_pc): Delete.
    	(v850_dummy_id): Delete.
    	(v850_gdbarch_init): Don't register deleted functions with
    	gdbarch.

commit 0f534d767b257fffd8a9b231c97ff9ed33688452
Author: Andrew Burgess <andrew.burgess@embecosm.com>
Date:   Thu Jan 10 20:25:59 2019 +0000

    gdb/tilegx: Use default gdbarch methods where possible
    
    Make use of the default gdbarch methods for gdbarch_dummy_id,
    gdbarch_unwind_pc, and gdbarch_unwind_sp where possible.
    
    I have not tested this change but, by inspecting the code, I believe
    the default methods are equivalent to the code being deleted.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    
    	* tilegx-tdep.c (tilegx_unwind_sp): Delete.
    	(tilegx_unwind_pc): Delete.
    	(tilegx_unwind_dummy_id): Delete.
    	(tilegx_gdbarch_init): Don't register deleted functions with
    	gdbarch.

commit 1ba7b7f9384eafc0748cee4c6731d6bdb717bd20
Author: Andrew Burgess <andrew.burgess@embecosm.com>
Date:   Thu Jan 10 20:23:44 2019 +0000

    gdb/tic6x: Use default gdbarch methods where possible
    
    Make use of the default gdbarch methods for gdbarch_dummy_id, and
    gdbarch_unwind_sp where possible.
    
    I have not tested this change but, by inspecting the code, I believe
    the default methods are equivalent to the code being deleted.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    
    	* tic6x-tdep.c (tic6x_unwind_sp): Delete.
    	(tic6x_dummy_id): Delete.
    	(tic6x_gdbarch_init): Don't register deleted functions with
    	gdbarch.

commit d31f262c36a450fe64e5886228d585c75cfecf14
Author: Andrew Burgess <andrew.burgess@embecosm.com>
Date:   Thu Jan 10 20:20:25 2019 +0000

    gdb/sparc: Use default_unwind_pc
    
    Make use of the default gdbarch method gdbarch_unwind_pc where
    possible.
    
    I have not tested this change but, by inspecting the code, I believe
    the default methods are equivalent to the code being deleted.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    
    	* sparc-tdep.c (sparc_unwind_pc): Delete.
    	(sparc32_gdbarch_init): Don't register deleted function with
    	gdbarch.

commit 6d14d64dfefef524398f45fd59c1443ebac624f6
Author: Andrew Burgess <andrew.burgess@embecosm.com>
Date:   Thu Jan 10 20:17:00 2019 +0000

    gdb/sh: Use default gdbarch methods where possible
    
    Make use of the default gdbarch methods for gdbarch_dummy_id,
    gdbarch_unwind_pc, and gdbarch_unwind_sp where possible.
    
    I have not tested this change but, by inspecting the code, I believe
    the default methods are equivalent to the code being deleted.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    
    	* sh-tdep.c (sh_unwind_sp): Delete.
    	(sh_unwind_pc): Delete.
    	(sh_dummy_id): Delete.
    	(sh_gdbarch_init): Don't register deleted functions with
    	gdbarch.

commit a40dde9db56ffcea8c2b99e8c4e292ce64f64f9c
Author: Andrew Burgess <andrew.burgess@embecosm.com>
Date:   Thu Jan 10 20:15:03 2019 +0000

    gdb/score: Use default gdbarch methods where possible
    
    Make use of the default gdbarch methods for gdbarch_dummy_id,
    gdbarch_unwind_pc, and gdbarch_unwind_sp where possible.
    
    I have not tested this change but, by inspecting the code, I believe
    the default methods are equivalent to the code being deleted.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    
    	* score-tdep.c (score_unwind_sp): Delete.
    	(score_unwind_pc): Delete.
    	(score_dummy_id): Delete.
    	(score_gdbarch_init): Don't register deleted functions with
    	gdbarch.

commit 47c47d6907bc44a599baff948d2809616c74c44e
Author: Andrew Burgess <andrew.burgess@embecosm.com>
Date:   Thu Jan 10 20:12:28 2019 +0000

    gdb/rx: Use default gdbarch methods where possible
    
    Make use of the default gdbarch methods for gdbarch_dummy_id,
    gdbarch_unwind_pc, and gdbarch_unwind_sp where possible.
    
    I have not tested this change but, by inspecting the code, I believe
    the default methods are equivalent to the code being deleted.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    
    	* rx-tdep.c (rx_unwind_pc): Delete.
    	(rx_unwind_sp): Delete.
    	(rx_dummy_id): Delete.
    	(rx_gdbarch_init): Don't register deleted functions with
    	gdbarch.  Update comment.

commit 833a4480dd7cadfd645d7b141168a0e22dc50665
Author: Andrew Burgess <andrew.burgess@embecosm.com>
Date:   Thu Jan 10 20:08:18 2019 +0000

    gdb/rs6000: Use default gdbarch methods where possible
    
    Make use of the default gdbarch methods for gdbarch_dummy_id,
    gdbarch_unwind_pc where possible.
    
    I have not tested this change but, by inspecting the code, I believe
    the default methods are equivalent to the code being deleted.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    
    	* rs6000-tdep.c (rs6000_unwind_pc): Delete.
    	(rs6000_dummy_id): Delete.
    	(rs6000_gdbarch_init): Don't register deleted functions with
    	gdbarch.

commit 3f2cef4945a916e3b566010340bbc70cfe927916
Author: Andrew Burgess <andrew.burgess@embecosm.com>
Date:   Thu Jan 10 18:58:18 2019 +0000

    gdb/or1k: Use default gdbarch methods where possible
    
    Make use of the default gdbarch method gdbarch_dummy_id where
    possible.
    
    I have not tested this change but, by inspecting the code, I believe
    the default methods are equivalent to the code being deleted.
    
    This commit leaves or1k_unwind_sp and or1k_unwind_pc in place.  These
    functions do match the default methods except that they add additional
    debugging code.  In order to preserve the debug I have left these
    functions unchanged.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    
    	* or1k-tdep.c (or1k_dummy_id): Delete.
    	(or1k_gdbarch_init): Don't register deleted function with gdbarch.

commit 96acf8844a655e34de3f3b014a7f64f26266dee1
Author: Andrew Burgess <andrew.burgess@embecosm.com>
Date:   Thu Jan 10 18:55:23 2019 +0000

    gdb/nios2: Use default gdbarch methods where possible
    
    Make use of the default gdbarch methods for gdbarch_dummy_id, and
    gdbarch_unwind_sp where possible.
    
    I have not tested this change but, by inspecting the code, I believe
    the default methods are equivalent to the code being deleted.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    
    	* nios2-tdep.c (nios2_dummy_id): Delete.
    	(nios2_unwind_sp): Delete.
    	(nios2_gdbarch_init): Don't register deleted functions with
    	gdbarch.

commit ca0ab0aa8194eda711cf52efe6c26cb821218476
Author: Andrew Burgess <andrew.burgess@embecosm.com>
Date:   Thu Jan 10 18:53:31 2019 +0000

    gdb/nds32: Use default gdbarch methods where possible
    
    Make use of the default gdbarch methods for gdbarch_dummy_id,
    gdbarch_unwind_pc, and gdbarch_unwind_sp where possible.
    
    I have not tested this change but, by inspecting the code, I believe
    the default methods are equivalent to the code being deleted.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    
    	* nds32-tdep.c (nds32_dummy_id): Delete.
    	(nds32_unwind_pc): Delete.
    	(nds32_unwind_sp): Delete.
    	(nds32_gdbarch_init): Don't register deleted functions with
    	gdbarch.

commit c825904428f7c89a65eeb313b243f65e950a0a19
Author: Andrew Burgess <andrew.burgess@embecosm.com>
Date:   Thu Jan 10 18:51:11 2019 +0000

    gdb/msp430: Use default gdbarch methods where possible
    
    Make use of the default gdbarch methods for gdbarch_dummy_id,
    gdbarch_unwind_pc, and gdbarch_unwind_sp where possible.
    
    I have not tested this change but, by inspecting the code, I believe
    the default methods are equivalent to the code being deleted.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    
    	* msp430-tdep.c (msp430_unwind_pc): Delete.
    	(msp430_unwind_sp): Delete.
    	(msp430_dummy_id): Delete.
    	(msp430_gdbarch_init): Don't register deleted functions with
    	gdbarch.

commit 27f113c8e9b2361caf3dfcf15437020306bf93b9
Author: Andrew Burgess <andrew.burgess@embecosm.com>
Date:   Thu Jan 10 18:48:53 2019 +0000

    gdb/moxie: Use default gdbarch methods where possible
    
    Make use of the default gdbarch methods for gdbarch_dummy_id,
    gdbarch_unwind_pc, and gdbarch_unwind_sp where possible.
    
    I have not tested this change but, by inspecting the code, I believe
    the default methods are equivalent to the code being deleted.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    
    	* moxie-tdep.c (moxie_unwind_sp): Delete.
    	(moxie_unwind_pc): Delete.
    	(moxie_dummy_id): Delete.
    	(moxie_gdbarch_init): Don't register deleted functions with
    	gdbarch.

commit aee6c3cd1fea463422f19394f95c311f239b6067
Author: Andrew Burgess <andrew.burgess@embecosm.com>
Date:   Thu Jan 10 18:46:27 2019 +0000

    gdb/mn10300: Use default gdbarch methods where possible
    
    Make use of the default gdbarch methods for gdbarch_dummy_id,
    gdbarch_unwind_pc, and gdbarch_unwind_sp where possible.
    
    I have not tested this change but, by inspecting the code, I believe
    the default methods are equivalent to the code being deleted.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    
    	* mn10300-tdep.c (mn10300_dummy_id): Delete.
    	(mn10300_unwind_pc): Delete.
    	(mn10300_unwind_sp): Delete.
    	(mn10300_push_dummy_call): Use gdbarch_unwind_sp not
    	mn10300_unwind_sp.
    	(mn10300_frame_unwind_init): Don't register deleted functions with
    	gdbarch.

commit 8e2b5aea9d3f16961f7fac15caec00e955c1dc81
Author: Andrew Burgess <andrew.burgess@embecosm.com>
Date:   Thu Jan 10 18:37:03 2019 +0000

    gdb/mep: Use default gdbarch methods where possible
    
    Make use of the default gdbarch methods for gdbarch_dummy_id,
    gdbarch_unwind_pc, and gdbarch_unwind_sp where possible.
    
    I have not tested this change but, by inspecting the code, I believe
    the default methods are equivalent to the code being deleted.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    
    	* mep-tdep.c (mep_unwind_pc): Delete.
    	(mep_unwind_sp): Delete.
    	(mep_dummy_id): Delete.
    	(mep_gdbarch_init): Don't register deleted functions with
    	gdbarch.

commit 43cf3eded2d3ec0af6f5cf534dd89f47d4958a92
Author: Andrew Burgess <andrew.burgess@embecosm.com>
Date:   Thu Jan 10 18:33:50 2019 +0000

    gdb/m68hc11: Use default gdbarch methods where possible
    
    Make use of the default gdbarch methods for gdbarch_unwind_pc, and
    gdbarch_unwind_sp where possible.
    
    I have not tested this change but, by inspecting the code, I believe
    the default methods are equivalent to the code being deleted.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    
    	* m68hc11-tdep.c (m68hc11_unwind_pc): Delete.
    	(m68hc11_unwind_sp): Delete.
    	(m68hc11_gdbarch_init): Don't register deleted functions with
    	gdbarch.

commit 5e79b7bb69c797c3ca401cfa0f7a616eb2e3efe8
Author: Andrew Burgess <andrew.burgess@embecosm.com>
Date:   Thu Jan 10 18:29:47 2019 +0000

    gdb/m32r: Use default gdbarch methods where possible
    
    Make use of the default gdbarch methods for gdbarch_dummy_id,
    gdbarch_unwind_pc, and gdbarch_unwind_sp where possible.
    
    I have not tested this change but, by inspecting the code, I believe
    the default methods are equivalent to the code being deleted.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    
    	* m32r-tdep.c (m32r_unwind_sp): Delete.
    	(m32r_unwind_pc): Delete.
    	(m32r_dummy_id): Delete.
    	(m32r_gdbarch_init): Don't register deleted functions with
    	gdbarch.

commit 89b268d8233e11acdfbc5af196166aacc1440ff3
Author: Andrew Burgess <andrew.burgess@embecosm.com>
Date:   Thu Jan 10 18:27:12 2019 +0000

    gdb/m32c: Use default gdbarch methods where possible
    
    Make use of the default gdbarch methods for gdbarch_dummy_id,
    gdbarch_unwind_pc, and gdbarch_unwind_sp where possible.
    
    I have not tested this change but, by inspecting the code, I believe
    the default methods are equivalent to the code being deleted.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    
    	* m32c-tdep.c (m32c_unwind_pc): Delete.
    	(m32c_unwind_sp): Delete.
    	(m32c_dummy_id): Delete.
    	(m32c_gdbarch_init): Don't register deleted functions with
    	gdbarch.

commit 946c28d2f93789ff4eec86a8c321af35759fa20a
Author: Andrew Burgess <andrew.burgess@embecosm.com>
Date:   Thu Jan 10 18:21:40 2019 +0000

    gdb/lm32: Use default gdbarch methods where possible
    
    Make use of the default gdbarch methods for gdbarch_dummy_id,
    gdbarch_unwind_pc, and gdbarch_unwind_sp where possible.
    
    I have not tested this change but, by inspecting the code, I believe
    the default methods are equivalent to the code being deleted.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    
    	* gdb/lm32-tdep.c (lm32_unwind_sp): Delete.
    	(lm32_unwind_pc): Delete.
    	(lm32_dummy_id): Delete.
    	(lm32_gdbarch_init): Don't register deleted functions with
    	gdbarch.

commit bf12844a68f3f4f267846a19df6a280f53e7ec5f
Author: Andrew Burgess <andrew.burgess@embecosm.com>
Date:   Thu Jan 10 18:18:39 2019 +0000

    gdb/iq2000: Use default gdbarch methods where possible
    
    Make use of the default gdbarch methods for gdbarch_dummy_id,
    gdbarch_unwind_pc, and gdbarch_unwind_sp where possible.
    
    I have not tested this change but, by inspecting the code, I believe
    the default methods are equivalent to the code being deleted.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    
    	* gdb/iq2000-tdep.c (iq2000_unwind_sp): Delete.
    	(iq2000_unwind_pc): Delete.
    	(iq2000_dummy_id): Delete.
    	(iq2000_gdbarch_init): Don't register deleted functions with
    	gdbarch.

commit ecbc06d2a687f369da7c304201c9f2cbfed80ec6
Author: Andrew Burgess <andrew.burgess@embecosm.com>
Date:   Fri Apr 12 15:07:51 2019 +0100

    gdb/nds32: Use type_align instead of nds32_type_align
    
    The general type_align method should be a suitable alternative to
    nds32_type_align, so switch to use that.
    
    The only change this will introduce is related to static fields in a
    struct or union, the existing code doesn't take account of static
    fields when computing the alignment for structs of unions, though this
    is probably a bug - which would probably be exposed by the test case
    gdb.cp/many-args.exp, though I don't have any way to test this target
    right now.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    
    	* nds32-tdep.c (nds32_type_align): Delete.
    	(nds32_push_dummy_call): Use type_align instead.

commit 030197b43cd8ccfe6869f798dd39fa27a29c0e01
Author: Andrew Burgess <andrew.burgess@embecosm.com>
Date:   Fri Apr 12 14:25:32 2019 +0100

    gdb/arm: Use type_align instead of arm_type_align
    
    Replaces use of arm_type_align with common type_align function.
    
    Doing this fixes a bug in arm_type_align where static fields are
    considered as part of the alignment calculation of a struct, which
    results in arguments passed on the stack being misaligned, this bug
    was causing a failure in gdb.cp/many-args.exp.
    
    Part of the old arm_type_align is retained and used as the gdbarch
    type align callback in order to correctly align vectors.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    
    	* arm-tdep.c (arm_type_align): Only handle vector override case.
    	(arm_push_dummy_call): Use type_align.
    	(arm_gdbarch_init): Register arm_type_align gdbarch function.

commit b907456c3eb8a08f6b211f66abb448df962749e1
Author: Andrew Burgess <andrew.burgess@embecosm.com>
Date:   Sun Apr 7 22:48:00 2019 +0100

    gdb/aarch64: Use type_align instead of aarch64_type_align
    
    Replaces use of aarch64_type_align with common type_align function.
    
    Doing this fixes a bug in aarch64_type_align where static fields are
    considered as part of the alignment calculation of a struct, which
    results in arguments passed on the stack being misaligned.  This bug
    is exposed in the new test gdb.cp/many-args.exp.
    
    Part of the old aarch64_type_align is retained and used as the gdbarch
    type align callback in order to correctly align vectors.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    
    	* aarch64-tdep.c (aarch64_type_align): Only handle vector override
    	case.
    	(pass_on_stack): Use type_align.
    	(aarch64_gdbarch_init): Register aarch64_type_align gdbarch
    	function.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog:
    
    	* gdb.cp/many-args.cc: New file.
    	* gdb.cp/many-args.exp: New file.

commit 9e97ba436a8e59ac4574001d618240eac0328934
Author: Tom Tromey <tromey@adacore.com>
Date:   Tue Apr 23 10:48:40 2019 -0600

    Remove unused overload of line_header::file_name_at
    
    I noticed that one of the overloads of line_header::file_name_at is
    unused.  This patch removes it.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-04-23  Tom Tromey  <tromey@adacore.com>
    
    	* dwarf2read.c (line_header::file_name_at): Remove unused
    	overload.

commit 5c565afd4c7ab6f3d287c9abd288d1d1e3e7cade
Author: Tom de Vries <tdevries@suse.de>
Date:   Tue Apr 23 15:49:52 2019 +0200

    [gdb/testsuite] Fix gdb.btrace/reconnect.exp with native-gdbserver
    
    When running gdb.btrace/reconnect.exp with native-gdbserver, we run into:
    ...
    FAIL: gdb.btrace/reconnect.exp: first: stepi 19
    ...
    due to the fact that we're trying to match:
    ...
    stepi 19^M
    0x00007ffff7dd8b57 in _dl_start () from /lib64/ld-linux-x86-64.so.2^M
    ...
    using pattern:
    ...
      gdb_test "stepi 19" "0x.* in .* from target.*"
    ...
    
    Fix this by changing the pattern to:
    ...
      gdb_test "stepi 19" "0x.* in .* from .*"
    ...
    
    Tested on x86_64-linux with native and native-gdbserver.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog:
    
    2019-04-23  Tom de Vries  <tdevries@suse.de>
    
    	PR gdb/24433
    	* gdb.btrace/reconnect.exp: Fix stepi 19 pattern.

commit 6892f60143f7809641dc1824e29dcc406a705df6
Author: Tom de Vries <tdevries@suse.de>
Date:   Tue Apr 23 15:35:21 2019 +0200

    [gdb/contrib] Remove superfluous .alt file after dwz invocation in cc-with-tweaks.sh
    
    The -m option of cc-with-tweaks.sh sets want_multi to true, invoking dwz like
    this:
    ...
    elif [ "$want_multi" = true ]; then
        cp $output_file ${output_file}.alt
        $DWZ -m ${output_file}.dwz "$output_file" ${output_file}.alt \
            > /dev/null 2>&1
    fi
    ...
    
    The problem that is being solved here, is that we want to test dwz in
    multifile mode, which requires more than one input file, while we only have
    (at the scope of cc-with-tweaks.sh) one executable.  We handle this by copying
    the executable and offering this as a second input (and using a copy has the
    additional benefit that it maximally enables dwz transformation).
    
    However, after the dwz invocation, the copy is no longer used, and the
    presence of the file actually causes a test regression:
    ...
    FAIL: gdb.base/jit-so.exp: test jit-reader-load filename completion
    ...
    
    Fix this by removing the superflous copy after dwz invocation.
    
    Tested on x86_64-linux.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    
    2019-04-23  Tom de Vries  <tdevries@suse.de>
    
    	PR gdb/24438
    	* contrib/cc-with-tweaks.sh: Remove superfluous .alt file after dwz
    	invocation.

commit ba22ff8694e366fe5f27824566aae65fc6626841
Author: Alan Hayward <alan.hayward@arm.com>
Date:   Tue Apr 23 14:12:25 2019 +0100

    Testsuite: Remove pie from trace tests
    
    Ubuntu/Debian defaults PIE to enabled.  This causes the trace tests
    to fall over due to variables being returned as "unavailable".  The
    tests were never designed to work with pie.
    
    Simply ensure the nopie flag is always used for the failing tests.
    
    This removes 100+ failures when running native-gdbserver on Ubuntu 18.04.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog:
    
    	* gdb.trace/backtrace.exp: Use nopie flag.
    	* gdb.trace/circ.exp: Likewise.
    	* gdb.trace/collection.exp: Likewise.
    	* gdb.trace/ftrace.exp: Likewise.
    	* gdb.trace/mi-trace-unavailable.exp: Likewise.
    	* gdb.trace/mi-traceframe-changed.exp: Likewise.
    	* gdb.trace/qtro.exp: Likewise.
    	* gdb.trace/read-memory.exp: Likewise.
    	* gdb.trace/report.exp: Likewise.
    	* gdb.trace/tfile.exp: Likewise.
    	* gdb.trace/tfind.exp: Likewise.
    	* gdb.trace/unavailable.exp: Likewise.

commit 624a24513d2dcf7f2c2d42dbdf6d86be2f6d74aa
Author: Nick Clifton <nickc@redhat.com>
Date:   Tue Apr 23 11:19:58 2019 +0100

    Update binutils release making documenation to mention changing the symbolic documentation link.
    
    	* README-how-to-make-a-release: Add note to update the symbolic
    	link from "docs" to "docs-2.x" on the sourceware website.

commit cc9519e7d6251b84dd95c55b562a15b25d703bc0
Author: Alan Modra <amodra@gmail.com>
Date:   Tue Apr 23 16:42:27 2019 +0930

    Fix automatic makefile dependencies for generated ld/e*.c
    
    Commit c40e31a121 broke --enable-dependency-tracking=no.
    
    	* Makefile.am (GENDEPDIR): New var, used..
    	(GENSCRIPTS): ..here.
    	* Makefile.in: Regenerate.
    	* genscripts.sh: Test for $DEPDIR set before every use.

commit 6f38008bb423d71e6984c8ce49b4fc83d2cdaf0d
Author: Matthew Fortune <matthew.fortune@mips.com>
Date:   Fri Apr 19 21:03:18 2019 +0000

    Fix M5100 flags test with interAptiv-MR2
    
    ld/
    	* testsuite/ld-mips-elf/mips-elf-flags.exp: Fix expected ASEs
    	for M5100.

commit 336d760da60d93ce76c4560525f65339f3403914
Author: Ali Tamur <tamur@google.com>
Date:   Fri Mar 29 19:29:24 2019 -0700

    Support for DW_OP_addrx and DW_FORM_addrx tags
    
    DW_OP_addrx is the new name of DW_OP_GNU_addr_index, and DW_FORM_addrx
    is the name of DW_FORM_addr_index in the Dwarf 5 standard. This is a small
    step towards supporting Dwarf 5 in gdb.
    
    Note: I could not find any tests specifically for *_GNU_addr_index, and
    I did not add any new tests, please advise.

commit 4a4153dfc945701938b6f52795cf234fa0a5f5fe
Author: GDB Administrator <gdbadmin@sourceware.org>
Date:   Tue Apr 23 00:00:17 2019 +0000

    Automatic date update in version.in

commit ad9d13f8e966a844e7e647af6e82259101956f17
Author: Ali Tamur <tamur@google.com>
Date:   Tue Apr 16 15:35:31 2019 -0700

    [FYI] Add myself to gdb/MAINTAINERS

commit 79b8e8ab453619cb0262e1ad18447d918a605073
Author: Jim Wilson <jimw@sifive.com>
Date:   Mon Apr 22 14:17:55 2019 -0700

    RISC-V: Enable 32-bit linux gdb core file support.
    
    	bfd/
    	* elfnn-riscv.c (PRSTATUS_SIZE) [ARCH_SIZE==32]: Change from 0 to 204.

commit d70cc3ba8740fc0eb0328da2453cefba8211944b
Author: Simon Marchi <simon.marchi@efficios.com>
Date:   Mon Apr 22 14:02:36 2019 -0400

    solib-svr4: Pass down svr4_info as much as possible
    
    While reviewing
    
      https://sourceware.org/ml/gdb-patches/2019-04/msg00141.html
    
    I noticed that we relied heavily on global state through the
    get_svr4_info function, which uses current_program_space.  I thought we
    could improve this (make things more explicit and easier to follow) by
    
    - Making get_svr4_info accept a program_space parameter, making it
      return the SVR4 info for that program space.
    - Passing down the svr4_info object from callers as much as possible.
    
    This means looking up the svr4_info for the appropriate program space at
    the entry points of the solib-svr4.c file and passing it down.  For now,
    these entry points (most of them are "methods" of svr4_so_ops) rely on
    current_program_space, but we can later try to change the target_so_ops
    interface to pass down the program space.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    
    	* solib-svr4.c (get_svr4_info): Add pspace parameter.
    	(svr4_keep_data_in_core): Pass current_program_space to get_svr4_info.
    	(open_symbol_file_object): Likewise.
    	(svr4_default_sos): Add info parameter.
    	(svr4_read_so_list): Likewise.
    	(svr4_current_sos_direct): Adjust functions calls to pass down
    	info.
    	(svr4_current_sos_1): Add info parameter.
    	(svr4_current_sos): Call get_svr4_info, pass info down to
    	svr4_current_sos_1.
    	(svr4_fetch_objfile_link_map): Pass objfile->pspace to
    	get_svr4_info.
    	(svr4_in_dynsym_resolve_code): Pass current_program_space to
    	get_svr4_info.
    	(probes_table_htab_remove_objfile_probes): Pass objfile->pspace
    	to get_svr4_info.
    	(probes_table_remove_objfile_probes): Likewise.
    	(register_solib_event_probe): Add info parameter.
    	(solist_update_incremental): Pass info parameter down to
    	svr4_read_so_list.
    	(disable_probes_interface): Add info parameter.
    	(svr4_handle_solib_event): Pass current_program_space to
    	get_svr4_info.  Adjust disable_probes_interface cleanup.
    	(svr4_create_probe_breakpoints): Add info parameter, pass it
    	down to register_solib_event_probe.
    	(svr4_create_solib_event_breakpoints): Add info parameter,
    	pass it down to svr4_create_probe_breakpoints.
    	(enable_break): Pass info down to
    	svr4_create_solib_event_breakpoints.
    	(svr4_solib_create_inferior_hook): Pass current_program_space to
    	get_svr4_info.
    	(svr4_clear_solib): Likewise.

commit 7905fc359d6921c411999633e382330e6fd04fb6
Author: Pedro Alves <palves@redhat.com>
Date:   Mon Apr 22 14:20:59 2019 +0100

    Fix "nosharedlibrary + continue + shared lib event" crash
    
    On systems that use the probes-based solib interface, GDB misbehaves
    if you run the "nosharelibrary" command, continue execution, and then
    the program hits the shared library event breakpoint.  On my system it
    aborts like this:
    
     (gdb) nosharedlibrary
     (gdb) c
     Continuing.
     pure virtual method called
     terminate called without an active exception
     Aborted (core dumped)
    
    Though it's really undefined behavior territory, caused by deferencing
    a dangling solib event probe pointer.
    
    I've observed this by running "nosharedlibrary" when stopped at the
    entry point, but it should happen at any other point, if the program
    does a dlopen/dlclose after.
    
    The fix is to discard an objfile's probes from the svr4 probes table
    when an objfile is about to be released.
    
    New test included, works with both native and gdbserver testing.
    
    Valgrind log:
    
     (gdb) starti
     (gdb) nosharedlibrary
     (gdb) c
     Continuing.
     ==24895== Invalid read of size 8
     ==24895==    at 0x89E5FB: solib_event_probe_action(probe_and_action*) (solib-svr4.c:1735)
     ==24895==    by 0x89E95A: svr4_handle_solib_event() (solib-svr4.c:1872)
     ==24895==    by 0x8A7198: handle_solib_event() (solib.c:1274)
     ==24895==    by 0x4E3407: bpstat_stop_status(address_space const*, unsigned long, thread_info*, target_waitstatus const*, bpstats*) (breakpoint.c:5407)
     ==24895==    by 0x721F41: handle_signal_stop(execution_control_state*) (infrun.c:5685)
     ==24895==    by 0x720B11: handle_inferior_event(execution_control_state*) (infrun.c:5129)
     ==24895==    by 0x71DD93: fetch_inferior_event(void*) (infrun.c:3748)
     ==24895==    by 0x7059C3: inferior_event_handler(inferior_event_type, void*) (inf-loop.c:43)
     ==24895==    by 0x874DF0: remote_async_serial_handler(serial*, void*) (remote.c:14039)
     ==24895==    by 0x894101: run_async_handler_and_reschedule(serial*) (ser-base.c:137)
     ==24895==    by 0x8941E6: fd_event(int, void*) (ser-base.c:188)
     ==24895==    by 0x67AFEF: handle_file_event(file_handler*, int) (event-loop.c:732)
     ==24895==  Address 0x18b63860 is 0 bytes inside a block of size 136 free'd
     ==24895==    at 0x4C2E616: operator delete(void*, unsigned long) (vg_replace_malloc.c:585)
     ==24895==    by 0x8C6A12: stap_probe::~stap_probe() (stap-probe.c:124)
     ==24895==    by 0x66F7DB: probe_key_free(bfd*, void*) (elfread.c:1382)
     ==24895==    by 0x69B705: bfdregistry_callback_adaptor(void (*)(registry_container*, void*), registry_container*, void*) (gdb_bfd.c:131)
     ==24895==    by 0x855A57: registry_clear_data(registry_data_registry*, void (*)(void (*)(registry_container*, void*), registry_container*, void*), registry_container*, registry_fields*) (registry.c:79)
     ==24895==    by 0x855B01: registry_container_free_data(registry_data_registry*, void (*)(void (*)(registry_container*, void*), registry_container*, void*), registry_container*, registry_fields*) (registry.c:92)
     ==24895==    by 0x69B783: bfd_free_data(bfd*) (gdb_bfd.c:131)
     ==24895==    by 0x69C4BA: gdb_bfd_unref(bfd*) (gdb_bfd.c:609)
     ==24895==    by 0x7CC33F: objfile::~objfile() (objfiles.c:651)
     ==24895==    by 0x7CD559: objfile_purge_solibs() (objfiles.c:1021)
     ==24895==    by 0x8A7132: no_shared_libraries(char const*, int) (solib.c:1252)
     ==24895==    by 0x548E3D: do_const_cfunc(cmd_list_element*, char const*, int) (cli-decode.c:106)
     ==24895==  Block was alloc'd at
     ==24895==    at 0x4C2D42A: operator new(unsigned long) (vg_replace_malloc.c:334)
     ==24895==    by 0x8C527C: handle_stap_probe(objfile*, sdt_note*, std::vector<probe*, std::allocator<probe*> >*, unsigned long) (stap-probe.c:1561)
     ==24895==    by 0x8C5535: stap_static_probe_ops::get_probes(std::vector<probe*, std::allocator<probe*> >*, objfile*) const (stap-probe.c:1656)
     ==24895==    by 0x66F71B: elf_get_probes(objfile*) (elfread.c:1365)
     ==24895==    by 0x7EDD85: find_probes_in_objfile(objfile*, char const*, char const*) (probe.c:227)
     ==24895==    by 0x4DF382: create_longjmp_master_breakpoint() (breakpoint.c:3275)
     ==24895==    by 0x4F6562: breakpoint_re_set() (breakpoint.c:13828)
     ==24895==    by 0x8A66AA: solib_add(char const*, int, int) (solib.c:1010)
     ==24895==    by 0x89F7C6: enable_break(svr4_info*, int) (solib-svr4.c:2360)
     ==24895==    by 0x8A104C: svr4_solib_create_inferior_hook(int) (solib-svr4.c:2992)
     ==24895==    by 0x8A70B9: solib_create_inferior_hook(int) (solib.c:1215)
     ==24895==    by 0x70C073: post_create_inferior(target_ops*, int) (infcmd.c:467)
     ==24895==
     pure virtual method called
     terminate called without an active exception
     ==24895==
     ==24895== Process terminating with default action of signal 6 (SIGABRT): dumping core
     ==24895==    at 0x7CF3750: raise (raise.c:51)
     ==24895==    by 0x7CF4D30: abort (abort.c:79)
     ==24895==    by 0xB008F4: __gnu_cxx::__verbose_terminate_handler() (in build/gdb/gdb)
     ==24895==    by 0xAFF845: __cxxabiv1::__terminate(void (*)()) (in build/gdb/gdb)
     ==24895==    by 0xAFF890: std::terminate() (in build/gdb/gdb)
     ==24895==    by 0xAFF95E: __cxa_pure_virtual (in build/gdb/gdb)
     ==24895==    by 0x89E610: solib_event_probe_action(probe_and_action*) (solib-svr4.c:1735)
     ==24895==    by 0x89E95A: svr4_handle_solib_event() (solib-svr4.c:1872)
     ==24895==    by 0x8A7198: handle_solib_event() (solib.c:1274)
     ==24895==    by 0x4E3407: bpstat_stop_status(address_space const*, unsigned long, thread_info*, target_waitstatus const*, bpstats*) (breakpoint.c:5407)
     ==24895==    by 0x721F41: handle_signal_stop(execution_control_state*) (infrun.c:5685)
     ==24895==    by 0x720B11: handle_inferior_event(execution_control_state*) (infrun.c:5129)
     ==24895==
    
    Note, this little bit in the patch is just a cleanup that I noticed:
    
     -  lookup.prob = prob;
        lookup.address = address;
    
    That line isn't necessary because hashing/comparison only looks at the
    address.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    2019-04-22  Pedro Alves  <palves@redhat.com>
    
    	* solib-svr4.c (svr4_free_objfile_observer): New.
    	(probe_and_action::objfile): New field.
    	(probes_table_htab_remove_objfile_probes)
    	(probes_table_remove_objfile_probes): New functions.
    	(register_solib_event_probe): Add 'objfile' parameter.  Store it
    	in the new probe_and_action.  Don't store the probe in 'lookup'.
    	(svr4_create_probe_breakpoints): Pass objfile to
    	register_solib_event_probe.
    	(_initialize_svr4_solib): Register a free_objfile observer.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog:
    2019-04-22  Pedro Alves  <palves@redhat.com>
    
    	* gdb.base/solib-probes-nosharedlibrary.c,
    	gdb.base/solib-probes-nosharedlibrary.exp: New files.

commit 73f8a5908695e96d8ecd5e0fbe9f1ebb16179547
Author: Pedro Alves <palves@redhat.com>
Date:   Mon Apr 22 12:42:21 2019 +0100

    Improve reverse debugging docs, mention built-in support and supports archs
    
    gdb/doc/ChangeLog:
    2019-04-22  Pedro Alves  <palves@redhat.com>
    
    	* gdb.texinfo (Reverse Execution): Mention and xref process record
    	and replay.  Mention remote and system emulators.
    	(Process Record and Replay): List supported architectures.
    	Mention that "record btrace" is only supported on Intel
    	processors.

commit 1ce0f4f2422c19a2626c23d88c7dbaf808898b56
Author: GDB Administrator <gdbadmin@sourceware.org>
Date:   Mon Apr 22 00:00:46 2019 +0000

    Automatic date update in version.in

commit d6e00f507d764bd8a3b2e55ef9c68a70591098e8
Author: GDB Administrator <gdbadmin@sourceware.org>
Date:   Sun Apr 21 00:01:05 2019 +0000

    Automatic date update in version.in

commit f2ae8bc88390f91cca8531823db51a8e35f0a0a0
Author: Philippe Waroquiers <philippe.waroquiers@skynet.be>
Date:   Sat Apr 13 10:22:41 2019 +0200

    Fix GDB crash when registers cannot be modified.
    
    This crash was detected when using GDB with the valgrind gdbserver.
    To reproduce:
    
    valgrind sleep 10000
    
    In another window:
    gdb
    target remote | vgdb
    p printf("make sleep print something\n")
    =>
    terminate called after throwing an instance of 'gdb_exception_error'
    Aborted
    
    The problem is that the valgrind gdbserver does not allow to change
    registers when the inferior is blocked in a system call.
    GDB then raises an exception.  The exception causes the destructor
    of
     typedef std::unique_ptr<infcall_suspend_state, infcall_suspend_state_deleter>
        infcall_suspend_state_up;
    to be called.  This destructor itself tries to restore the value of
    the registers, and fails similarly.  We must catch the exception in
    the destructor to avoid crashing GDB.
    If the destructor encounters a problem, no warning is produced if
    there is an uncaught exception, as in this case, the user will already
    be informed of a problem via this exception.
    
    With this change, no crash anymore, and all the valgrind 3.15 tests
    pass succesfully.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-04-19  Philippe Waroquiers  <philippe.waroquiers@skynet.be>
    
    	* inferior.h (struct infcall_suspend_state_deleter):
    	Catch exception in destructor to avoid crash.

commit 4884b57f24fca3d3abf73515e09a3917ed4f356c
Author: GDB Administrator <gdbadmin@sourceware.org>
Date:   Sat Apr 20 00:00:21 2019 +0000

    Automatic date update in version.in

commit fb8819867993ee942aacd8ea6d5027b16cecda48
Author: Tom Tromey <tom@tromey.com>
Date:   Sun Apr 7 16:32:54 2019 -0600

    Remove common/queue.h
    
    gdb no longer needs common/queue.h, so this removes it.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-04-19  Tom Tromey  <tom@tromey.com>
    
    	* common/queue.h: Remove.

commit 8732db6ceb3d5d352685199a15306dbb69c086d6
Author: Tom Tromey <tom@tromey.com>
Date:   Sun Apr 7 16:32:19 2019 -0600

    Remove an include of common/queue.h
    
    event-loop.c does not need to include common/queue.h, so this removes
    it.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-04-19  Tom Tromey  <tom@tromey.com>
    
    	* event-loop.c: Don't include "common/queue.h".

commit 97dfbaddad2b5acf3dd9f2c3e0135b89bde1cbf8
Author: Tom Tromey <tom@tromey.com>
Date:   Sun Apr 7 16:31:01 2019 -0600

    Use std::list for remote_notif_state::notif_queue
    
    This changes remote_notif_state::notif_queue to be a std::list and
    updates all the uses.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-04-19  Tom Tromey  <tom@tromey.com>
    
    	* remote.c (remote_target): Use delete.
    	* remote-notif.h: Include <list>, not "common/queue.h".
    	(notif_client_p): Remove typedef.
    	(remote_notif_state): Add constructor, destructor, initializer.
    	<notif_queue>: Now a std::list.
    	(remote_notif_state_xfree): Don't declare.
    	* remote-notif.c (remote_notif_process, handle_notification)
    	(remote_notif_state_allocate): Update.
    	(~remote_notif_state): Rename from remote_notif_state_xfree.

commit b494cdff6922944383ef4dc20fcc90c4d823d315
Author: Tom Tromey <tom@tromey.com>
Date:   Sun Apr 7 16:17:40 2019 -0600

    Use std::list for event notifications in gdbserver
    
    This changes gdbserver to use std::list rather than common/queue.h for
    event notifications.
    
    gdb/gdbserver/ChangeLog
    2019-04-19  Tom Tromey  <tom@tromey.com>
    
    	* server.c (struct vstop_notif): Derive from notif_event.
    	<base>: Remove.
    	(queue_stop_reply): Update.
    	(remove_all_on_match_ptid): Change type.  Rewrite.
    	(discard_queued_stop_replies): Rewrite.
    	(in_queued_stop_replies_ptid): Change type.
    	(in_queued_stop_replies): Rewrite.
    	(notif_stop): Update.
    	(queue_stop_reply_callback): Update.
    	(captured_main): Don't call initialize_notif.
    	(push_stop_notification): Update.
    	* notif.c (notif_write_event, handle_notif_ack)
    	(notif_event_enque, notif_push): Update.
    	(notif_event_xfree, initialize_notif): Remove.
    	* notif.h (struct notif_event): Include <list>, not
    	"common/queue.h".
    	(struct notif_server) <queue>: Now a std::list.
    	(notif_event_p): Remove typedef.
    	(initialize_notif): Don't declare.
    	(struct notif_event): Add virtual destructor.

commit cf250e36790aaa255bb486e2122bb83c95c7669b
Author: Tom Tromey <tom@tromey.com>
Date:   Sun Apr 7 15:39:37 2019 -0600

    Make objfile::static_links an htab_up
    
    This changes objfile::static_links to be an htab_up, so that ~objfile
    no longer has to explicitly destroy it.
    
    Tested by the buildbot.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-04-19  Tom Tromey  <tom@tromey.com>
    
    	* symfile.c (reread_symbols): Update.
    	* objfiles.c (objfile_register_static_link)
    	(objfile_lookup_static_link): Update
    	(~objfile) Don't delete static_links.
    	* objfiles.h (struct objfile) <static_links>: Now an htab_up.

commit 61f4b350419e91560be94e0671a760b2e4902c65
Author: Tom Tromey <tom@tromey.com>
Date:   Sun Apr 7 15:29:58 2019 -0600

    Make copy_name return std::string
    
    This changes copy_name to return a std::string, updating all the
    callers.  In some cases, an extra copy was removed.  This also
    required a little bit of constification.
    
    Tested by the buildbot.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-04-19  Tom Tromey  <tom@tromey.com>
    
    	* type-stack.h (struct type_stack) <insert>: Constify string.
    	* type-stack.c (type_stack::insert): Constify string.
    	* gdbtypes.h (lookup_template_type): Update.
    	(address_space_name_to_int): Update.
    	* gdbtypes.c (address_space_name_to_int): Make space_identifier
    	const.
    	(lookup_template_type): Make name const.
    	* c-exp.y: Update rules.
    	(lex_one_token, classify_name, classify_inner_name)
    	(c_print_token): Update.
    	* p-exp.y: Update rules.
    	(yylex): Update.
    	* f-exp.y: Update rules.
    	(yylex): Update.
    	* d-exp.y: Update rules.
    	(lex_one_token, classify_name, classify_inner_name): Update.
    	* parse.c (write_dollar_variable, copy_name): Return std::string.
    	* parser-defs.h (copy_name): Change return type.
    	* m2-exp.y: Update rules.
    	(yylex): Update.
    	* go-exp.y (lex_one_token): Update.
    	Update rules.
    	(classify_unsafe_function, classify_packaged_name)
    	(classify_name, yylex): Update.

commit 189b8c2e104017600104457b97315da74a22f549
Author: Sergei Trofimovich <siarheit@google.com>
Date:   Sun Mar 17 22:48:02 2019 +0000

    gdb/configure.ac: add --enable-source-highlight
    
    Allow disabling source-highlight dependency autodetection even
    it exists in the system. More details on problem of automatic
    dependencies:
    https://wiki.gentoo.org/wiki/Project:Quality_Assurance/Automagic_dependencies
    
    Noticed by Jeroen Roovers in https://bugs.gentoo.org/680238
    
    	* configure.ac: add --enable-source-highlight switch.
    	* configure: Regenerate.
    	* top.c (print_gdb_version): plumb --enable-source-highlight
    	status to "show configuration".
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-04-19  Sergei Trofimovich <siarheit@google.com>
    
    	* configure.ac: add --enable-source-highlight switch.
    	* configure: Regenerate.
    	* top.c (print_gdb_version): plumb --enable-source-highlight
    	status to "show configuration".

commit 8ecb59f8567956c1520b491ea31396363efcb1ef
Author: Tom Tromey <tromey@adacore.com>
Date:   Tue Apr 9 07:46:39 2019 -0600

    Print non-Ada unions without crashing
    
    ada-lang.c is a bit too eager trying to decode unions in the Ada style
    -- looking for discriminants and such.  This causes crashes when
    printing a non-Ada union in Ada mode, something that can easily happen
    when printing a value from history or certain registers on AArch64.
    
    This patch fixes the bug by changing ada-lang.c to only apply special
    Ada treatment to types coming from an Ada CU.  This in turn required a
    couple of surprising changes.
    
    First, some of the Ada code was already using HAVE_GNAT_AUX_INFO to
    decide whether a type had already been fixed -- such types had
    INIT_CPLUS_SPECIFIC called on them.  This patch changes these spots to
    use the "none" identifier instead.
    
    This then required changing value_rtti_type to avoid changing the
    language-specific object attached to an Ada type, which seems like a
    good change regardless.
    
    Tested on x86-64 Fedora 29.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-04-19  Tom Tromey  <tromey@adacore.com>
    
    	* ada-lang.c (ada_is_variant_part, ada_to_fixed_type_1):
    	Check ADA_TYPE_P.
    	(empty_record, ada_template_to_fixed_record_type_1)
    	(template_to_static_fixed_type)
    	(to_record_with_fixed_variant_part): Use INIT_NONE_SPECIFIC.
    	* cp-abi.c (value_rtti_type): Check HAVE_CPLUS_STRUCT.
    	* gdbtypes.h (INIT_NONE_SPECIFIC, ADA_TYPE_P): New
    	macros.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog
    2019-04-19  Tom Tromey  <tromey@adacore.com>
    
    	* gdb.ada/ptype_union.c: New file.
    	* gdb.ada/ptype_union.exp: New file.

commit 62160ec9547cdd21ac7334d9a378ca2930aac61c
Author: Tom Tromey <tromey@adacore.com>
Date:   Tue Apr 9 12:52:46 2019 -0600

    Fix "list" when control characters are seen
    
    PR symtab/24423 points out that control characters in a source file
    cause a hang in the "list" command, a regression introduced by the
    styling changes.
    
    This patch, from the PR, fixes the bug.  I've included a minimal
    change to the "list" test that exercises this code.
    
    I recall that this bug was discussed on gdb-patches, and I thought
    there was a patch there as well, but I was unable to find it.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-04-19  Ilya Yu. Malakhov  <malakhov@mcst.ru>
    
    	PR symtab/24423:
    	* source.c (print_source_lines_base): Advance "iter" when a
    	control character is seen.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog
    2019-04-19  Tom Tromey  <tromey@adacore.com>
    
    	PR symtab/24423:
    	* gdb.base/list0.h (foo): Add a control-l character.

commit ee3c5f8968e7b43854204898fa46933b3a1b5991
Author: Philippe Waroquiers <philippe.waroquiers@skynet.be>
Date:   Sat Apr 13 10:22:41 2019 +0200

    Fix GDB crash when registers cannot be modified.
    
    This crash was detected when using GDB with the valgrind gdbserver.
    To reproduce:
    
    valgrind sleep 10000
    
    In another window:
    gdb
    target remote | vgdb
    p printf("make sleep print something\n")
    =>
    terminate called after throwing an instance of 'gdb_exception_error'
    Aborted
    
    The problem is that the valgrind gdbserver does not allow to change
    registers when the inferior is blocked in a system call.
    GDB then raises an exception.  The exception causes the destructor
    of
     typedef std::unique_ptr<infcall_suspend_state, infcall_suspend_state_deleter>
        infcall_suspend_state_up;
    to be called.  This destructor itself tries to restore the value of
    the registers, and fails similarly.  We must catch the exception in
    the destructor to avoid crashing GDB.
    If the destructor encounters a problem, no warning is produced if
    there is an uncaught exception, as in this case, the user will already
    be informed of a problem via this exception.
    
    With this change, no crash anymore, and all the valgrind 3.15 tests
    pass succesfully.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-04-19  Philippe Waroquiers  <philippe.waroquiers@skynet.be>
    
    	* inferior.h (struct infcall_suspend_state_deleter):
    	Catch exception in destructor to avoid crash.

commit d563b953142db796f61425a1a300f0feddcdcd55
Author: Philippe Waroquiers <philippe.waroquiers@skynet.be>
Date:   Fri Apr 19 13:45:00 2019 +0200

    OBVIOUS move add_comm_alias "!" <=> "shell" near the add_com "shell"
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    
    2019-04-19  Philippe Waroquiers  <philippe.waroquiers@skynet.be>
    
    	* cli/cli-cmds.c (_initialize_cli_cmds): Move "shell" "!" alias
    	close to the add_com "shell".

commit 5ce032bdfc60a8f44f6307b2297384c852100f95
Author: Nick Clifton <nickc@redhat.com>
Date:   Fri Apr 19 10:39:47 2019 +0100

    RX Assembler: Ensure that the internal limit on the number of relaxation iterations is not larger that the external limit.
    
    	PR 24464
    	* config/tc-rx.h (md_relax_frag): Pass the max_iterations variable
    	to the relaxation function.
    	* config/tc-rx.c (rx_relax_frag): Add new parameter - the maximum
    	number of iterations.  Make sure that our internal iteration limit
    	does not exceed this external iteration limit.

commit fce9773608d45757dfb26ef7783f37d432ae9a88
Author: Alan Modra <amodra@gmail.com>
Date:   Fri Apr 19 12:33:46 2019 +0930

    s12z and h8300 no-print-map-discarded fails
    
    This tidies the remaining --no-print-map-discarded fails.  h8300-elf
    warns on a section without flags, and s12z doesn't support
    --gc-sections.
    
    bfd/
    	* elf32-s12z.c (elf_backend_can_gc_sections): Don't define
    ld/
    	* testsuite/ld-gc/skip-map-discarded.s: Add section attributes.
    	* testsuite/lib/ld-lib.exp (check_gc_sections_available): Add
    	s12z to list of targets not supporting --gc-sections.

commit e7da54fcdbea8e60c8e577b32b6ed63f8effbfd6
Author: GDB Administrator <gdbadmin@sourceware.org>
Date:   Fri Apr 19 00:00:12 2019 +0000

    Automatic date update in version.in

commit 36cd4ba59817473935f781174744e7883ff221ee
Author: Tom de Vries <tdevries@suse.de>
Date:   Thu Apr 18 23:37:33 2019 +0200

    [gdb/testsuite] Fix gdb.base/break-probes.exp with native-gdbserver
    
    When running break-probes.exp with native-gdbserver, we run into:
    ...
    FAIL: gdb.base/break-probes.exp: run til our library loads (the program exited)
    FAIL: gdb.base/break-probes.exp: call (int) foo(23)
    ...
    due to the fact that we're trying to match:
    ...
    Inferior loaded /data/gdb_versions/devel/build/gdb/testsuite/outputs/gdb.base\
      /break-probes/break-probes-solib.so
    ...
    using pattern:
    ...
    Inferior loaded $sysroot$binfile_lib
    ...
    which expands into:
    ...
    Inferior loaded //data/gdb_versions/devel/build/gdb/testsuite/outputs/gdb.base\
      /break-probes/break-probes-solib.so
    ...
    
    Fix by setting sysroot to "" in local-board.exp.
    
    Tested on x86_64-linux with native-gdbserver.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog:
    
    2019-04-18  Tom de Vries  <tdevries@suse.de>
    
    	PR gdb/24433
    	* boards/local-board.exp: Set sysroot to "".

commit dc34c8972ec803b093201c4c12e084f059be32f7
Author: Tom Tromey <tromey@adacore.com>
Date:   Thu Apr 18 09:42:46 2019 -0600

    Make process_stratum_target::stratum "final"
    
    It seemed to me that process_stratum_target::stratum ought to be
    "final".
    
    Tested by rebuilding, let me know what you think.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-04-18  Tom Tromey  <tromey@adacore.com>
    
    	* process-stratum-target.h (class process_stratum_target)
    	<stratum>: Add "final".

commit 85bec12d61ca50669cac5975c88d3a1e377375f9
Author: Matthew Fortune <matthew.fortune@imgtec.com>
Date:   Wed Apr 17 04:07:19 2019 +0000

    Improve warning message for $0 constraint on MIPSR6 branches
    
    gas/
    	* config/tc-mips.c (match_non_zero_reg_operand): Update
    	warning message.
    	* testsuite/gas/mips/r6-branch-constraints.l: Likewise.

commit b73715df01e6e9b3de5a49cd7bf4170deef48461
Author: Tom de Vries <tdevries@suse.de>
Date:   Thu Apr 18 17:05:43 2019 +0100

    [gdb] Handle vfork in thread with follow-fork-mode child
    
    When debugging any of the testcases added by this commit, which do a
    vfork in a thread with "set follow-fork-mode child" + "set
    detach-on-fork on", we run into this assertion:
    
    ...
    src/gdb/nat/x86-linux-dregs.c:146: internal-error: \
      void x86_linux_update_debug_registers(lwp_info*): \
      Assertion `lwp_is_stopped (lwp)' failed.
    ...
    
    The assert is caused by the following: the vfork-child exit or exec
    event is handled by handle_vfork_child_exec_or_exit, which calls
    target_detach to detach from the vfork parent.  During target_detach
    we call linux_nat_target::detach, which:
    
    #1 - stops all the threads
    #2 - waits for all the threads to be stopped
    #3 - detaches all the threads
    
    However, during the second step we run into this code in
    stop_wait_callback:
    
    ...
      /* If this is a vfork parent, bail out, it is not going to report
         any SIGSTOP until the vfork is done with.  */
      if (inf->vfork_child != NULL)
        return 0;
    ...
    
    and we don't wait for the threads to be stopped, which results in this
    assert in x86_linux_update_debug_registers triggering during the third
    step:
    
    ...
      gdb_assert (lwp_is_stopped (lwp));
    ...
    
    The fix is to reset the vfork parent's vfork_child field before
    calling target_detach in handle_vfork_child_exec_or_exit.  There's
    already similar code for the other paths handled by
    handle_vfork_child_exec_or_exit, so this commit refactors the code a
    bit so that all paths share the same code.
    
    The new tests cover both a vfork child exiting, and a vfork child
    execing, since both cases would trigger the assertion.
    
    The new testcases also exercise following the vfork children with "set
    detach-on-fork off", since it doesn't seem to be tested anywhere.
    
    Tested on x86_64-linux, using native and native-gdbserver.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    2019-04-18  Tom de Vries  <tdevries@suse.de>
    	    Pedro Alves  <palves@redhat.com>
    
    	PR gdb/24454
    	* infrun.c (handle_vfork_child_exec_or_exit): Reset vfork parent's
    	vfork_child field before calling target_detach.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog:
    2019-04-18  Tom de Vries  <tdevries@suse.de>
    	    Pedro Alves  <palves@redhat.com>
    
    	PR gdb/24454
    	* gdb.threads/vfork-follow-child-exec.c: New file.
    	* gdb.threads/vfork-follow-child-exec.exp: New file.
    	* gdb.threads/vfork-follow-child-exit.c: New file.
    	* gdb.threads/vfork-follow-child-exit.exp: New file.

commit 5d5b0bd35f1f8b8484349c3ec51aa8e19a1627cf
Author: Jozef Lawrynowicz <jozef.l@mittosystems.com>
Date:   Thu Apr 18 13:15:09 2019 +0100

    MSP430 Assembler: Define symbols for functions to run through.
    
    gas	* config/tc-msp430.c (msp430_make_init_symbols): Define
    	__crt0_run_{preinit,init,fini}_array symbols if
    	.{preinit,init,fini}_array sections exist.
    	* testsuite/gas/msp430/fini-array.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/msp430/init-array.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/msp430/preinit-array.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/msp430/fini-array.s: New test source.
    	* testsuite/gas/msp430/init-array.s: New test source.
    	* testsuite/gas/msp430/preinit-array.s: New test source.
    	* testsuite/gas/msp430/msp430.exp: Add new tests to driver.

commit 05be37e5c34b822ff3032791c2415e652fbf9fbf
Author: GDB Administrator <gdbadmin@sourceware.org>
Date:   Thu Apr 18 00:00:22 2019 +0000

    Automatic date update in version.in

commit 9a7f0679fd3b9815b8eb938bfdad3934b8435419
Author: H.J. Lu <hjl.tools@gmail.com>
Date:   Wed Apr 17 10:22:19 2019 -0700

    x86: Suggest -fPIE when not building shared object
    
    When PIC is needed, linker should suggest -fPIE, instead of -fPIC, when
    not building shared object.
    
    bfd/
    
    	* elf64-x86-64.c (elf_x86_64_need_pic): Suggest -fPIE when not
    	building shared object.
    	* elfxx-x86.c (_bfd_x86_elf_size_dynamic_sections): Likewise.
    
    ld/
    
    	* testsuite/ld-i386/i386.exp: Run pr18801a and pr18801b instead
    	of pr18801.
    	* testsuite/ld-x86-64/x86-64.exp: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-i386/pr18801.d: Removed.
    	* testsuite/ld-x86-64/pr18801.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-i386/pr18801a.d: New file.
    	* testsuite/ld-i386/pr18801b.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-x86-64/pr18801a.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-x86-64/pr18801b.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-x86-64/pie2.d: Suggest -fPIE instead of -fPIC.
    	* testsuite/ld-x86-64/pie2.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-x86-64/pr19719.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-x86-64/pr19807-2a.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-x86-64/pr19969.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-x86-64/pr21997-1a.err: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-x86-64/pr21997-1b.err: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-x86-64/pr22001-1a.err: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-x86-64/pr22001-1b.err: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-x86-64/pr22791-1.err: Likewise.

commit 4e84a8f8bbeab52fa7048873655e582ceb92534d
Author: H.J. Lu <hjl.tools@gmail.com>
Date:   Wed Apr 17 09:08:46 2019 -0700

    x86: Also check x86 linker_def for non-shared definition
    
    Since elf_x86_linker_defined sets linker_def in elf_x86_link_hash_entry
    for linker defined symbols, SYMBOL_DEFINED_NON_SHARED_P should also check
    linker_def in elf_x86_link_hash_entry.
    
    bfd/
    
    	PR ld/24458
    	* elfxx-x86.h (SYMBOL_DEFINED_NON_SHARED_P): Also check x86
    	linker_def.
    
    ld/
    
    	PR ld/24458
    	* testsuite/ld-x86-64/x86-64.exp: Run PR ld/24458 tests.
    	* testsuite/ld-x86-64/pr24458.s: New file.
    	* testsuite/ld-x86-64/pr24458a-x32.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-x86-64/pr24458a.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-x86-64/pr24458b-x32.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-x86-64/pr24458b.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-x86-64/pr24458c-x32.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-x86-64/pr24458c.d: Likewise.

commit e25de718de3b613cfafb9c5b28dea8e55a8649b8
Author: Jozef Lawrynowicz <jozef.l@mittosystems.com>
Date:   Wed Apr 17 15:05:08 2019 +0100

    MSP430 Linker: Define __crt0_init_bss/__crt0_movedata symbols when .lower or .either prefixed sections are present.
    
    ld	* config/tc-msp430.c (msp430_make_init_symbols): Define __crt0_init_bss
    	symbol when .lower.bss or .either.bss sections exist.
    	Define __crt0_movedata when .lower.data or .either.data sections exist.
    	* testsuite/gas/msp430/either-data-bss-sym.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/msp430/low-data-bss-sym.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/msp430/either-data-bss-sym.s: New test source.
    	* testsuite/gas/msp430/low-data-bss-sym.s: New test source.
    	* testsuite/gas/msp430/msp430.exp: Run new tests.
    	Enable large code model when running -mdata-region={upper,either}
    	tests.

commit afff667ae800adee5934020c92012e3ecbf4dabd
Author: Jozef Lawrynowicz <jozef.l@mittosystems.com>
Date:   Wed Apr 17 15:03:27 2019 +0100

    MSP430 Assembler: Leave placement of .lower and .upper sections to generic linker code.
    
    	* config/tc-msp430.c (msp430_make_init_symbols): Define __crt0_init_bss
    	symbol when .lower.bss or .either.bss sections exist.
    	Define __crt0_movedata when .lower.data or .either.data sections exist.
    	* testsuite/gas/msp430/either-data-bss-sym.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/msp430/low-data-bss-sym.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/msp430/either-data-bss-sym.s: New test source.
    	* testsuite/gas/msp430/low-data-bss-sym.s: New test source.
    	* testsuite/gas/msp430/msp430.exp: Run new tests.
    	Enable large code model when running -mdata-region={upper,either}
    	tests.

commit d557977487bc21e8ed19603527949a8541c44832
Author: Jozef Lawrynowicz <jozef.l@mittosystems.com>
Date:   Wed Apr 17 15:01:28 2019 +0100

    MSP420 assembler:  Add -m{u,U} options to enable/disable NOP warnings for unknown interrupt state changes
    
    gas	* config/tc-msp430.c (options): New OPTION_UNKNOWN_INTR_NOPS,
    	OPTION_NO_UNKNOWN_INTR_NOPS and do_unknown_interrupt_nops.
    	(md_parse_option): Handle OPTION_UNKNOWN_INTR_NOPS and
    	OPTION_NO_UNKNOWN_INTR_NOPS by setting do_unknown_interrupt_nops
    	accordingly.
    	(md_show_usage): Likewise.
    	(md_shortopts): Add "mu" for OPTION_UNKNOWN_INTR_NOPS and
    	"mU" for OPTION_NO_UNKNOWN_INTR_NOPS.
    	(md_longopts): Likewise.
    	(warn_eint_nop): Update comment.
    	(warn_unsure_interrupt): Don't warn if prev_insn_is_nop or
    	prev_insn_is_dint or we are assembling for 430 ISA.
    	(msp430_operands): Only call warn_unsure_interrupt if
    	do_unknown_interrupt_nops == TRUE.
    	* testsuite/gas/msp430/nop-unknown-intr.s: New test source file.
    	* testsuite/gas/msp430/nop-unknown-intr-430.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/msp430/nop-unknown-intr-430x.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/msp430/nop-unknown-intr-430x-ignore.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/msp430/nop-unknown-intr-430.l: Warning output for new
    	test.
    	* testsuite/gas/msp430/nop-unknown-intr-430x.l: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/gas/msp430/msp430.exp: Add new tests to driver.

commit a12e57448ecf2644e3ddc98bbd4bbb914a5f8c92
Author: Tom Tromey <tromey@adacore.com>
Date:   Tue Apr 16 12:12:09 2019 -0600

    Avoid crash in dwarf2_init_complex_target_type
    
    After commit 35add35 ("gdb: Fix failure in gdb.base/complex-parts.exp
    for x86-32"), dwarf2_init_complex_target_type can crash if "tt" is
    nullptr.  This patch avoids the problem by checking for this case.
    
    No test case because I don't know a good way to write one; it was
    found by an internal AdaCore test case that apparently uses a 16 bit
    floating point type.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    	* dwarf2read.c (dwarf2_init_complex_target_type): Check "tt"
    	against nullptr before use.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-04-17  Tom Tromey  <tromey@adacore.com>
    
    	* dwarf2read.c (dwarf2_init_complex_target_type): Check "tt"
    	against nullptr before use.

commit a7e559cc087b10b9ea337b58e52cc13964aae3fb
Author: Alan Hayward <alan.hayward@arm.com>
Date:   Tue Apr 16 10:37:47 2019 +0100

    gdbserver: Ensure all debug output uses debug functions
    
    All debug output needs to go via debug functions to ensure it writes to the
    correct output stream.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    
    	* nat/linux-waitpid.c (linux_debug): Call debug_vprintf.
    
    gdb/gdbserver/ChangeLog:
    
    	* ax.c (ax_vdebug): Call debug_printf.
    	* debug.c (debug_write): New function.
    	* debug.h (debug_write): New declaration.
    	* linux-low.c (sigchld_handler): Call debug_write.

commit aeb2e706e1b9c491d20c88c8ead1ae9df9cee04a
Author: Alan Hayward <alan.hayward@arm.com>
Date:   Fri Apr 12 15:49:11 2019 +0100

    gdbserver: Add debug-file option
    
    Add command line option to send all debug output to a given file.
    Always default back to stderr.
    
    Add matching monitor command. Add documentation.
    
    gdb/doc/ChangeLog:
    
    	* gdb.texinfo
    	(Other Command-Line Arguments for gdbserver): Add debug-file
    	option.
    	(Monitor Commands for gdbserver): Likewise.
    	(gdbserver man): Likewise.
    
    gdb/gdbserver/ChangeLog:
    
    	* debug.c (debug_set_output): New function.
    	(debug_vprintf): Send output to debug_file.
    	(debug_flush): Likewise.
    	* debug.h (debug_set_output): New declaration.
    	* server.c (handle_monitor_command): Add debug-file option.
    	(captured_main): Likewise.

commit c1bc0935a4afb513486dc0a479cd57c0924b677c
Author: Alan Hayward <alan.hayward@arm.com>
Date:   Fri Apr 12 14:21:55 2019 +0100

    gdbserver: Move remote_debug to a single place
    
    A comment in debug.h (written in 2014) states: "We declare debug format
    variables here, and debug_threads but no other debug content variables
    (e.g., not remote_debug) because while this file is not currently used by
    IPA it may be some day, and IPA may have its own set of debug content
    variables".
    
    This has resulted in remote_debug being declared in many .c/.h files
    throughout gdbserver.
    
    It would be much simplier to define it one place.  The most logical place to
    define it is in debug.h, surrounded by #define guards.  If IPA is changed,
    then at that point the variable can be moved elsewhere.
    
    gdb/gdbserver/ChangeLog:
    
    	* debug.c (remote_debug): Add definition.
    	* debug.h (remote_debug): Add declaration.
    	* hostio.c (remote_debug): Remove declaration.
    	* remote-utils.c (struct ui_file): Likewise.
    	(remote_debug): Likewise.
    	* remote-utils.h (remote_debug): Likewise,
    	* server.c (remote_debug): Remove definition.

commit 1cfe2726f1564df1247f7844077717db04522a88
Author: GDB Administrator <gdbadmin@sourceware.org>
Date:   Wed Apr 17 00:00:31 2019 +0000

    Automatic date update in version.in

commit c01660c625766e848195285cc20581b9ed7ecfe2
Author: Andrew Burgess <andrew.burgess@embecosm.com>
Date:   Wed Apr 17 00:31:43 2019 +0100

    gdb/riscv: Allow breakpoints to be created at invalid addresses
    
    Some testsuite cases (gdb.cp/nsalias.exp for example) construct dwarf2
    debug info for fake functions to test that this debug info is handled
    correctly.
    
    We currently get an error trying to read from an invalid address while
    creating breakpoints for these fake functions.
    
    Other targets allow creating breakpoints on invalid addresses, and
    only error when GDB actually tries to insert the breakpoints.
    
    In order to make RISC-V behave in the same way as other targets, this
    commit makes the failure to read memory during breakpoint creation
    non-fatal, we then expect to see a failure when GDB tries to insert
    the breakpoint, just like other targets.
    
    Tested with a riscv64-linux native testsuite run.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    
    	* riscv-tdep.c (riscv_breakpoint_kind_from_pc): Hanndle case where
    	code read might fail, assume 4-byte breakpoint in that case.

commit fe7e91e7764d8db4a45c9d7b3dd55cb635f44f5e
Author: Alan Modra <amodra@gmail.com>
Date:   Tue Apr 16 21:34:22 2019 +0930

    xfail gas weakref1 test for nds32
    
    Oops, I removed the wrong xfail from gas.exp in last commit, fix it
    here.
    
    	* testsuite/gas/all/weakref1.d: xfail nds32.

commit a0fb96150814fef91598e0b528c071201fe18891
Author: Alan Modra <amodra@gmail.com>
Date:   Tue Apr 16 18:08:11 2019 +0930

    ns32k testsuite tidy
    
    Some of these tests were excluded for ns32k-netbsd, exclude for all
    ns32k instead.
    
    binutils/
    	* testsuite/binutils-all/copy-2.d: Don't run for ns32k-*-*.
    	* testsuite/binutils-all/copy-3.d: Likewise.
    gas/
    	* testsuite/gas/all/gas.exp: Remove ns32k xfails.
    	* testsuite/gas/all/weakref1u.d: Don't run for ns32k-*-*.
    ld/
    	* testsuite/ld-scripts/pr20302.d: Don't run for ns32k-*-*.
    	* testsuite/ld-scripts/section-match-1.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-undefined/require-defined.exp: Likewise.

commit 5bc113360ccc33797a3f882e02824a5c426da175
Author: Alan Modra <amodra@gmail.com>
Date:   Tue Apr 16 15:47:02 2019 +0930

    Move fixup fx_bit_fixP and fx_im_disp fields to TC_FIX_TYPE
    
    These are only used by dlx and ns32k.
    
    	* write.h: Don't include bit_fix.h.
    	(struct fix): Rearrange some fields.  Delete fx_im_disp and
    	fx_bit_fixP.  Use bitfields for fx_size and fx_pcrel_adjust.
    	* write.c (fix_new_internal): Don't init fx_im_disp and fx_bit_fixP.
    	(fixup_segment): Don't exclude overflow checks on fx_bit_fixP.
    	(print_fixup): Don't print im_disp.
    	* config/tc-cris.c (md_apply_fix): Remove tests of fx_bit_fixP
    	and fx_im_disp.
    	* config/tc-dlx.c (md_apply_fix): Remove wrong debug code.  Set
    	fx_no_overflow when fx_bit_fixP.
    	* config/tc-dlx.h: Include bit_fix.h.
    	(TC_FIX_TYPE, tc_fix_data, TC_INIT_FIX_DATA): Define.
    	* config/tc-ns32k.c (fix_new_ns32k, fix_new_ns32k_exp): Set
    	fx_no_overflow when bit_fixP.
    	* config/tc-ns32k.h (TC_FIX_TYPE): Add fx_bit_fixP and fx_im_disp.
    	(fix_im_disp, fix_bit_fixP): Adjust to suit.
    	(TC_INIT_FIX_DATA, TC_FIX_DATA_PRINT): Likewise.

commit 90bd3c903fe76a8a3a5ced98c76e4366c5a0948f
Author: Alan Modra <amodra@gmail.com>
Date:   Tue Apr 16 11:10:44 2019 +0930

    Make fixup fx_where unsigned
    
    Another field that only stores unsigned values.
    
    	* write.h (struct fix <fx_where>): Make unsigned.
    	(fix_new, fix_at_start, fix_new_exp): Adjust prototypes.
    	* write.c (fix_new, fix_new_exp, fix_at_start): Make "where" and
    	"size" parameters unsigned long.
    	(fix_new_internal): Likewise.  Adjust error format string to suit.
    	* config/tc-mips.c (md_convert_frag): Remove cast of fx_where.
    	* config/tc-sparc.c (md_apply_fix): Likewise.
    	* config/tc-score.c (s3_convert_frag): Adjust for unsigned fx_where.
    	* config/tc-score7.c (s7_convert_frag): Likewise.

commit 871a6bd2d852b0fb677386e1be78c3f4c6939b48
Author: Alan Modra <amodra@gmail.com>
Date:   Mon Apr 15 21:51:44 2019 +0930

    Make frag fr_fix unsigned
    
    The field only stores unsigned values, so let's make it unsigned to
    stop people worrying about the possibility of negative values.
    
    	* frags.h (struct frag <fr_fix>): Use unsigned type.
    	* frags.c (frag_new): Assert that current size exceeds
    	old_frags_var_max_size.
    	* ehopt.c (get_cie_info): Adjust for unsigned fr_fix.
    	* listing.c (calc_hex): Likewise.
    	* write.c (cvt_frag_to_fill, write_relocs): Likewise.
    	* config/tc-arc.c (md_convert_frag): Likewise.
    	* config/tc-avr.c (avr_patch_gccisr_frag): Likewise.
    	* config/tc-mips.c (md_convert_frag): Likewise.
    	* config/tc-rl78.c (md_convert_frag): Likewise.
    	* config/tc-rx.c (md_convert_frag): Likewise.
    	* config/tc-sparc.c (md_apply_fix): Likewise.
    	* config/tc-xtensa.c (next_instrs_are_b_retw): Likewise.
    	(unrelaxed_frag_min_insn_count, unrelaxed_frag_has_b_j): Likewise.

commit 02e902e1a1ec7b74125f329b3faef1992efb6d51
Author: GDB Administrator <gdbadmin@sourceware.org>
Date:   Tue Apr 16 00:00:22 2019 +0000

    Automatic date update in version.in

commit 4aa866af6b13c7080c6d92201fc1a2f4ea19998e
Author: Leszek Swirski <leszeks@google.com>
Date:   Mon Apr 15 11:56:43 2019 -0400

    Fix AMD64 return value ABI in expression evaluation
    
    The AMD64 System V ABI specifies that when a function has a return type
    classified as MEMORY, the caller provides space for the value and passes
    the address to this space as the first argument to the function (before
    even the "this" pointer). The classification of MEMORY is applied to
    struct that are sufficiently large, or ones with unaligned fields.
    
    The expression evaluator uses call_function_by_hand to call functions,
    and the hand-built frame has to push arguments in a way that matches the
    ABI of the called function. call_function_by_hand supports ABI-based
    struct returns, based on the value of gdbarch_return_value, however on
    AMD64 the implementation of the classifier incorrectly assumed that all
    non-POD types (implemented as "all types with a base class") should be
    classified as MEMORY and use the struct return.
    
    This ABI mismatch resulted in issues when calling a function that returns
    a class of size <16 bytes which has a base class, including issues such
    as the "this" pointer being incorrect (as it was passed as the second
    argument rather than the first).
    
    This is now fixed by checking for field alignment rather than POD-ness,
    and a testsuite is added to test expression evaluation for AMD64.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    
    	* amd64-tdep.c (amd64_classify_aggregate): Use cp_pass_by_reference
    	rather than a hand-rolled POD check when checking for forced MEMORY
    	classification.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog:
    
    	* gdb.arch/amd64-eval.cc: New file.
    	* gdb.arch/amd64-eval.exp: New file.

commit 86333705ae268aa00da41b094b0d632eae31e9ae
Author: Faraz Shahbazker <fshahbazker@wavecomp.com>
Date:   Mon Apr 15 08:48:42 2019 -0700

    Skip print-map-discarded test for non-ELF targets
    
    ld/
    	* testsuite/ld-gc/gc.exp: Skip print-map-discarded test
    	for non-ELF targets.

commit 48574d91bf1289074f2c88b1f83aa3cd37d524d9
Author: Alan Hayward <alan.hayward@arm.com>
Date:   Mon Apr 15 12:31:21 2019 +0100

    AArch64 SVE: Support changing vector lengths for ptrace
    
    When writing registers to the kernel, check if regcache VG has been changed. If
    so then update the thread's vector length, then write back the registers.
    
    When reading registers from the kernel, ensure regcache VG register is updated.
    The regcache registers should already be of the correct length.
    
    Remove all the checks that error if the vector length has changed.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    
    	* aarch64-linux-nat.c (store_sveregs_to_thread): Set vector length.
    	* nat/aarch64-sve-linux-ptrace.c (aarch64_sve_set_vq): New function.
    	(aarch64_sve_regs_copy_to_reg_buf): Remove VG checks.
    	(aarch64_sve_regs_copy_from_reg_buf): Likewise.
    	* nat/aarch64-sve-linux-ptrace.h (aarch64_sve_set_vq): New declaration.

commit 4da037ef9dba6c17089250d228efdbe6f7d830c9
Author: Alan Hayward <alan.hayward@arm.com>
Date:   Mon Apr 15 12:29:40 2019 +0100

    AArch64 SVE: Check for vector length change when getting gdbarch
    
    Override the thread_architecture method, similar to SPU.  If the vector
    length has changed, then find the arch using info, making sure the vector
    length is passed down to the init routine.
    
    In the init routine, ensure the arch has the correct vector length.
    
    Example output. Program is stopped in thread 2, just before it calls prctl
    to change the vector length
    
    (gdb) info threads
      Id   Target Id                                     Frame
      1    Thread 0xffffbf6f4000 (LWP 3188) "sve_change" 0x0000ffffbf6ae130 in pthread_join ()
    * 2    Thread 0xffffbf55e200 (LWP 3189) "sve_change" thread1 (arg=0xfeedface) at sve_change_size.c:28
    (gdb) print $vg
    $1 = 8
    (gdb) print $z0.s.u
    $2 = {623191333, 623191333, 623191333, 623191333, 0 <repeats 12 times>}
    (gdb) n
    29	  int ret = prctl(PR_SVE_SET_VL, vl/2);
    (gdb) n
    30	  printf ("Changed: ret\n", ret);
    (gdb) print $vg
    $4 = 4
    (gdb) print $z0.s.u
    $5 = {623191333, 623191333, 623191333, 623191333, 0, 0, 0, 0}
    (gdb) thr 1
    [Switching to thread 1 (Thread 0xffffbf6f4000 (LWP 3181))]
    (gdb) print $vg
    $6 = 8
    (gdb) print $z0.s.u
    $7 = {623191333, 623191333, 623191333, 623191333, 0 <repeats 12 times>}
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    
    	* aarch64-linux-nat.c
    	(aarch64_linux_nat_target::thread_architecture): Add override.
    	* aarch64-tdep.c (aarch64_gdbarch_init): Ensure different tdesc for
    	each VQ.

commit ccb8d7e8194b848a6c4aa43272540eec0f4f21f2
Author: Alan Hayward <alan.hayward@arm.com>
Date:   Mon Apr 15 12:27:31 2019 +0100

    AArch64: Tidy up aarch64_gdbarch_init
    
    Move the lookup_by_info to the top of the function to avoid unnecessarily
    creating a new feature when the gdbarch already exists.
    
    Add some additional cleanups that have no functional effect.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    
    	* aarch64-tdep.c (aarch64_gdbarch_init): Move gdbarch lookup.

commit 32c36c3ce94becbf0b8e1adad6ff28aa9d5e0b66
Author: Andre Vieira <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
Date:   Mon Apr 15 12:23:24 2019 +0100

    [binutils, ARM, 16/16] Add support to VLDR and VSTR of system registers
    
    GNU as' Arm backend assumes each mnemonic has a single entry in the instruction table but VLDR (system register) and VSTR (system register) are different instructions than VLDR and VSTR. It is thus necessary to add some form of demultiplexing in the parser. It starts by creating a new operand type OP_VLDR which indicate that the operand is either the existing OP_RVSD operand or a system register. The function parse_operands () then tries these two cases in order, calling the new parse_sys_vldr_vstr for the second case.
    
    Since the encoding function is specified in the instruction table entry, it also need to have some sort of demultiplexing. This is done in do_vldr_vstr which either calls the existing do_neon_ldr_str () or calls the new do_t_vldr_vstr_sysreg ().
    
    A new internal relocation is needed as well since the offset has a shorter range than in other Thumb coprocessor instructions. Disassembly also requires special care since VSTR (system register) reuse the STC encoding with the coprocessor number 15. Armv8.1-M Mainline ARM manual states that coprocessor 8, 14 and 15 are reserved for floating-point and MVE instructions a feature bit check is added if the coprocessor number is one of this value and we are trying to match a coprocessor instruction (eg. STC) to forbid the match.
    
    ChangeLog entries are as follows:
    
    *** bfd/ChangeLog ***
    
    2019-04-15  Thomas Preud'homme  <thomas.preudhomme@arm.com>
    
    	* reloc.c (BFD_RELOC_ARM_T32_VLDR_VSTR_OFF_IMM): New internal
    	relocation.
    	* bfd-in2.h: Regenerate.
    	* libbfd.h: Likewise.
    
    *** gas/ChangeLog ***
    
    2019-04-15  Thomas Preud'homme  <thomas.preudhomme@arm.com>
    
    	* config/tc-arm.c (parse_sys_vldr_vstr): New function.
    	(OP_VLDR): New enum operand_parse_code enumerator.
    	(parse_operands): Add logic for OP_VLDR.
    	(do_t_vldr_vstr_sysreg): New function.
    	(do_vldr_vstr): Likewise.
    	(insns): Guard VLDR and VSTR by arm_ext_v4t for Thumb mode.
    	(md_apply_fix): Add bound check for VLDR and VSTR co-processor offset.
    	Add masking logic for BFD_RELOC_ARM_T32_VLDR_VSTR_OFF_IMM relocation.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/archv8m_1m-cmse-main-bad.s: Add examples of bad
    	uses of VLDR and VSTR.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/archv8m_1m-cmse-main-bad.l: Add error messages for
    	above bad uses.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/archv8m_1m-cmse-main.s: Add examples of VLDR and
    	VSTR valid uses.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/archv8m_1m-cmse-main.d: Add disassembly for the
    	above examples.
    
    *** opcodes/ChangeLog ***
    
    2019-04-15  Thomas Preud'homme  <thomas.preudhomme@arm.com>
    
    	* arm-dis.c (coprocessor_opcodes): Document new %J and %K format
    	specifier.  Add entries for VLDR and VSTR of system registers.
    	(print_insn_coprocessor): Forbid coprocessor numbers 8, 14 and 15 in
    	coprocessor instructions on Armv8.1-M Mainline targets.  Add handling
    	of %J and %K format specifier.

commit efd6b3591b4bc8440f4145dfc0e6dbfc0545f7d8
Author: Andre Vieira <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
Date:   Mon Apr 15 12:18:16 2019 +0100

    [binutils, ARM, 15/16] Add support for VSCCLRM
    
    Like for CLRM, this patch aims to share as much logic with the similar looking VLDM/VSTM. This is achieved by adding 2 new enumerator values in enum reg_list_els for the single-precision and double-precision variants of VSCCLRM and extending parse_vfp_reg_list () to deal with these types.
    These behave like the existing REGLIST_VFP_S and REGLIST_VFP_D types with extra logic to expect VPR as the last element in the register list.
    The function is algo augmented with a new partial_match parameter to indicate if any register other than VPR had already been parsed in the register list so as to not try parsing the second variant if that's the case and return the right error message.
    
    The rest of the patch is the usual encoding function, new disassembler table entries and format specifier and parsing, encoding and disassembling tests.
    
    It is worth mentioning that the new entry in the disassembler table was added in the coprocessor-related table despite VSCCLRM always being available even in FPU-less configurations. The main reason for this is that VSCCLRM also match VLDMIA entry and must thus be tried first but coprocessor entries are tried before T32 entries. It also makes sense because it is in the same encoding space as coprocessor and VFP instructions and is thus the natural place for someone to look for this instruction.
    
    Note: Both variants of VSCCLRM support D16-D31 registers but Armv8.1-M Mainline overall does not. I have thus decided not to implement support for these registers in order to keep the code simpler. It can always be added later if needed.
    
    ChangeLog entries are as follows:
    
    *** gas/ChangeLog ***
    
    2019-04-15  Thomas Preud'homme  <thomas.preudhomme@arm.com>
    
    	* config/tc-arm.c (arm_typed_reg_parse): Fix typo in comment.
    	(enum reg_list_els): New REGLIST_VFP_S_VPR and REGLIST_VFP_D_VPR
    	enumerators.
    	(parse_vfp_reg_list): Add new partial_match parameter.  Set
    	*partial_match to TRUE if at least one element in the register list has
    	matched.  Add support for REGLIST_VFP_S_VPR and REGLIST_VFP_D_VPR
    	register lists which expect VPR as last element in the list.
    	(s_arm_unwind_save_vfp_armv6): Adapt call to parse_vfp_reg_list to new
    	prototype.
    	(s_arm_unwind_save_vfp): Likewise.
    	(enum operand_parse_code): New OP_VRSDVLST enumerator.
    	(parse_operands): Adapt call to parse_vfp_reg_list to new prototype.
    	Handle new OP_VRSDVLST case.
    	(do_t_vscclrm): New function.
    	(insns): New entry for VSCCLRM instruction.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/archv8m_1m-cmse-main-bad.s: Add invalid VSCCLRM
    	instructions.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/archv8m_1m-cmse-main-bad.l: Add error expectations
    	for above instructions.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/archv8m_1m-cmse-main.s: Add tests for VSCCLRM
    	instruction.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/archv8m_1m-cmse-main.d: Add expected disassembly
    	for above instructions.
    
    *** opcodes/ChangeLog ***
    
    2019-04-15  Thomas Preud'homme  <thomas.preudhomme@arm.com>
    
    	* arm-dis.c (coprocessor_opcodes): Document new %C format control code.
    	Add new entries for VSCCLRM instruction.
    	(print_insn_coprocessor): Handle new %C format control code.

commit 6b0dd094741bc5e9963eabc64a7030783e471941
Author: Andre Vieira <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
Date:   Mon Apr 15 12:14:38 2019 +0100

    [opcodes, ARM, 14/16] Add mode availability to coprocessor table entries
    
    The coprocessor_opcodes table is used both to share commonalities in coprocessor-related instructions and to avoid duplication between Arm and Thumb mode. However, some instructions do have differences between Arm and Thumb. For instance, vldmia allows PC as base register in Arm mode but not in Thumb mode.
    
    In that very case the distinction becomes necessary because the encoding with PC as base register is used in Thumb mode to denote a VSCCLRM. It is thus necessary to distinguish what is Arm or Thumb only from what is shared. This patch adds an extra field to the coprocessor_opcodes table entries to indicate what mode is a given instruction available in. The print_insn_coprocessor then uses that field to determine if an entry that matched the mark and value checked should be allowed to match or not given the current mode.
    
    ChangeLog entry is as follows:
    
    *** opcodes/ChangeLog ***
    
    2019-04-15  Thomas Preud'homme  <thomas.preudhomme@arm.com>
    
    	* arm-dis.c (enum isa): New enum.
    	(struct sopcode32): New structure.
    	(coprocessor_opcodes): change type of entries to struct sopcode32 and
    	set isa field of all current entries to ANY.
    	(print_insn_coprocessor): Change type of insn to struct sopcode32.
    	Only match an entry if its isa field allows the current mode.

commit 4b5a202f107b5393da30fd0b488c3eff2bc758a5
Author: Andre Vieira <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
Date:   Mon Apr 15 12:07:20 2019 +0100

    [binutils, ARM, 13/16] Add support for CLRM
    
    Given the similarity between LDM/STM and CLRM register lists, most of the changes in this patch aim at sharing code between those two sets of instruction. Sharing is achieved both in parsing and encoding of those instructions.
    
    In terms of parsing, parse_reg_list () is extended to take a type that describe what type of instruction is being parsed. The reg_list_els used for parse_vfp_reg_list () is reused for the type and that function is added an assert for the new REGLIST_CLRM and REGLIST_RN enumerators.
    parse_reg_list () is then taught to accept APSR and reject SP and PC when parsing for a CLRM instruction. At last, caller of parse_reg_list () is updated accordingly and logic is added for the new OP_CLRMLST operand.
    
    Encoding-wise, encode_thumb2_ldmstm () is reused to encode the variable bits of CLRM and is thus renamed encode_thumb2_multi (). A new do_io parameter is added to distinguish between LDM/STM and CLRM which guard all the LDM/STM specific code of the function.
    
    Finally objdump is told how to disassemble CLRM, again reusing the logic to print the LDM/STM register list (format specifier 'm'). Tests are also added in the form of negative tests to check parsing and encoding/disassembling tests.
    
    ChangeLog entries are as follows:
    
    *** gas/ChangeLog ***
    
    2019-04-15  Thomas Preud'homme  <thomas.preudhomme@arm.com>
    
    	* config/tc-arm.c (enum reg_list_els): Define earlier and add
    	REGLIST_RN and REGLIST_CLRM enumerators.
    	(parse_reg_list): Add etype parameter to distinguish between regular
    	core register list and CLRM register list.  Add logic to
    	recognize CLRM register list.
    	(parse_vfp_reg_list): Assert type is not for core register list.
    	(s_arm_unwind_save_core): Update call to parse_reg_list to new
    	prototype.
    	(enum operand_parse_code): Declare OP_CLRMLST enumerator.
    	(parse_operands): Update call to parse_reg_list to new prototype.  Add
    	logic for OP_CLRMLST.
    	(encode_thumb2_ldmstm): Rename into ...
    	(encode_thumb2_multi): This.  Add do_io parameter.  Add logic to
    	encode CLRM and guard LDM/STM only code by do_io.
    	(do_t_ldmstm): Adapt to use encode_thumb2_multi.
    	(do_t_push_pop): Likewise.
    	(do_t_clrm): New function.
    	(insns): Define CLRM.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/archv8m_1m-cmse-main-bad.d: New file.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/archv8m_1m-cmse-main-bad.l: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/archv8m_1m-cmse-main-bad.s: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/archv8m_1m-cmse-main.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/archv8m_1m-cmse-main.s: Likewise.
    
    *** opcodes/ChangeLog ***
    
    2019-04-15  Thomas Preud'homme  <thomas.preudhomme@arm.com>
    
    	* arm-dis.c (thumb_opcodes): Document %n control code.  Add entry for
    	CLRM.
    	(print_insn_thumb32): Add logic to print %n CLRM register list.

commit 60f993ce170b91876ad41e8f7339c24afd63fac2
Author: Andre Vieira <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
Date:   Mon Apr 15 11:58:47 2019 +0100

    [binutils, ARM, 12/16] Scalar Low Overhead loop instructions for Armv8.1-M Mainline
    
    s patch is part of a series of patches to add support for Armv8.1-M Mainline instructions to binutils.
    This patch adds support to the Scalar low overhead loop instructions:
    LE
    WLS
    DLS
    
    We also add a new assembler resolvable relocation bfd_reloc_code_real enum for the 12-bit branch offset used in these instructions.
    
    ChangeLog entries are as follows:
    *** bfd/ChnageLog ***
    
    2019-04-12  Sudakshina Das  <sudi.das@arm.com>
    
    	* reloc.c (BFD_RELOC_ARM_THUMB_LOOP12): New.
    	* bfd-in2.h: Regenerated.
    	* libbfd.h: Regenerated.
    
    *** gas/ChangeLog ***
    
    2019-04-12  Sudakshina Das  <sudi.das@arm.com>
                 Andre Vieira  <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
    
    	* config/tc-arm.c (operand_parse_code): Add OP_LR and OP_oLR
    	for the LR operand and optional LR operand.
    	(parse_operands): Add switch cases for OP_LR and OP_oLR for
    	both type checking and value checking.
    	(encode_thumb32_addr_mode): New entries for DLS, WLS and LE.
    	(v8_1_loop_reloc): New helper function for handling labels
    	for the low overhead loop instructions.
    	(do_t_loloop): New function to encode DLS, WLS and LE.
    	(insns): New entries for WLS, DLS and LE.
    	(md_pcrel_from_section): New switch case
    	for BFD_RELOC_ARM_THUMB_LOOP12.
    	(md_appdy_fix): Likewise.
    	(tc_gen_reloc): Likewise.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/armv8_1-m-tloop.s: New.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/armv8_1-m-tloop.d: New.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/armv8_1-m-tloop-bad.s: New.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/armv8_1-m-tloop-bad.d: New.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/armv8_1-m-tloop-bad.l: New.
    
    *** opcodes/ChangeLog ***
    
    2019-04-12  Sudakshina Das  <sudi.das@arm.com>
    
    	* arm-dis.c (print_insn_thumb32): Updated to accept new %P
    	and %Q patterns.

commit f6b2b12db82f7b76c30ec389a67fbce5d2805323
Author: Andre Vieira <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
Date:   Mon Apr 15 11:53:25 2019 +0100

    [binutils, ARM, 11/16] New BFCSEL instruction for Armv8.1-M Mainline
    
    s patch is part of a series of patches to add support for Armv8.1-M Mainline instructions to binutils.
    
    This patch adds the BFCSEL instruction. It also adds a local relocation with a new bfd_reloc_code_real enum.
    
    ChangeLog entries are as follows:
    
    2019-04-15  Sudakshina Das  <sudi.das@arm.com>
    
    	* reloc.c (BFD_RELOC_THUMB_PCREL_BFCSEL): New relocation.
    	* bfd-in2.h: Regenerated.
    	* libbfd.h: Likewise.
    
    *** gas/ChangeLog ***
    
    2019-04-15  Sudakshina Das  <sudi.das@arm.com>
                 Andre Vieira  <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
    
    	* config/tc-arm.c (T16_32_TAB): New entriy for bfcsel.
    	(do_t_v8_1_branch): New switch case for bfcsel.
    	(toU): Define.
    	(insns): New instruction for bfcsel.
    	(md_pcrel_from_section): New switch case
    	for BFD_RELOC_THUMB_PCREL_BFCSEL.
    	(md_appdy_fix): Likewise
    	(tc_gen_reloc): Likewise.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/armv8_1-m-bfcsel.d: New.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/armv8_1-m-bfcsel.s: New.
    
    *** ld/ChangeLog ***
    
    2019-04-15  Sudakshina Das  <sudi.das@arm.com>
    
    	* testsuite/ld-arm/bfcsel.s: New.
    	* testsuite/ld-arm/bfcsel.d: New.
    	* testsuite/ld-arm/arm-elf.exp: Add above test.
    
    *** opcodes/ChangeLog ***
    
    2019-04-15  Sudakshina Das  <sudi.das@arm.com>
    
    	* arm-dis.c (thumb32_opcodes): New instruction bfcsel.
    	(print_insn_thumb32): Edit the switch case for %Z.

commit 1889da7048b310151d142b100678b6bd6053b548
Author: Andre Vieira <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
Date:   Mon Apr 15 11:46:54 2019 +0100

    [binutils, ARM, 10/16] BFCSEL infrastructure with new global reloc R_ARM_THM_BF12
    
    This patch is part of a series of patches to add support for Armv8.1-M Mainline
    instructions to binutils.
    This adds infrastructure for the BFCSEL instructions which is one of the first
    instructions in Arm that have more than one relocations in them.
    
    This adds a new relocation R_ARM_THM_BF12.
    
    The inconsistency between external R_ARM_THM_BF12 and internal
    BFD_RELOC_ARM_THUMB_BF13 is because internally we count the static bit-0 of the
    immediate and we don't externally.
    
    ChangeLog entries are as follows :
    
    ChangeLog entries are as follows :
    
    *** bfd/ChnageLog ***
    
    2019-04-04  Sudakshina Das  <sudi.das@arm.com>
    
    	* reloc.c (BFD_RELOC_ARM_THUMB_BF13): New.
    	* bfd-in2.h: Regenerated.
    	* libbfd.h: Regenerated.
    	* elf32-arm.c (elf32_arm_howto_table_1): New entry for R_ARM_THM_BF13.
    	(elf32_arm_reloc_map elf32_arm_reloc_map): Map BFD_RELOC_ARM_THUMB_BF13
    	and R_ARM_THM_BF12 together.
    	(elf32_arm_final_link_relocate): New switch case for R_ARM_THM_BF13.
    
    *** elfcpp/ChangeLog ***
    
    2019-04-04  Sudakshina Das  <sudi.das@arm.com>
    
    	* arm.h (R_ARM_THM_BF12): New relocation code.
    
    *** gas/ChangeLog ***
    
    2019-04-04  Sudakshina Das  <sudi.das@arm.com>
    
    	* config/tc-arm.c (md_pcrel_from_section): New switch case for
    	BFD_RELOC_ARM_THUMB_BF13.
    	(md_appdy_fix): Likewise.
    	(tc_gen_reloc): Likewise.
    
    *** include/ChangeLog ***
    
    2019-04-04  Sudakshina Das  <sudi.das@arm.com>
    
    	* elf/arm.h (START_RELOC_NUMBERS): New entry for R_ARM_THM_BF12.
    
    *** opcodes/ChangeLog ***
    
    2019-04-04  Sudakshina Das  <sudi.das@arm.com>
    
    	* arm-dis.c (print_insn_thumb32): Updated to accept new %Z pattern.

commit 65d1bc05e89e45b102783422c3984ed718547d5c
Author: Andre Vieira <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
Date:   Mon Apr 15 11:42:10 2019 +0100

    [binutils, ARM, 9/16] New BFL instruction for Armv8.1-M Mainline
    
    This patch is part of a series of patches to add support for Armv8.1-M Mainline
    instructions to binutils.
    
    This patch adds the BFL instruction.
    
    *** gas/ChangeLog ***
    
    2019-04-15  Sudakshina Das  <sudi.das@arm.com>
                 Andre Vieira  <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
    
    	* config/tc-arm.c (T16_32_TAB): New entrie for bfl.
    	(do_t_v8_1_branch): New switch case for bfl.
    	(insns): New instruction for bfl.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/armv8_1-m-bfl.d: New.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/armv8_1-m-bfl.s: New.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/armv8_1-m-bfl-bad.s: New.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/armv8_1-m-bfl-bad.d: New.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/armv8_1-m-bfl-bad.l: New.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/armv8_1-m-bfl-rel.d: New.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/armv8_1-m-bfl-rel.s: New.
    
    *** ld/ChangeLog ***
    
    2019-04-15  Sudakshina Das  <sudi.das@arm.com>
    
    	* testsuite/ld-arm/bfl.s: New.
    	* testsuite/ld-arm/bfl.d: New.
    	* testsuite/ld-arm/arm-elf.exp: Add above test.
    
    *** opcodes/ChangeLog ***
    
    2019-04-15  Sudakshina Das  <sudi.das@arm.com>
    
    	* arm-dis.c (thumb32_opcodes): New instruction bfl.

commit 1caf72a5849abf9a717ed3e0232abf591ff933e7
Author: Andre Vieira <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
Date:   Mon Apr 15 11:37:51 2019 +0100

    [binutils, ARM, 8/16] BFL infrastructure with new global reloc R_ARM_THM_BF18
    
    This patch is part of a series of patches to add support for Armv8.1-M Mainline instructions to binutils.
    This adds infrastructure for the BFL instructions which is one of the first instructions in Arm that have more than one relocations in them.
    
    This adds a new relocation R_ARM_THM_BF18.
    
    The inconsistency between external R_ARM_THM_BF18 and internal
    BFD_RELOC_ARM_THUMB_BF19 is because internally we count the static bit-0 of the immediate and we don't externally.
    
    ChangeLog entries are as follows :
    
    *** bfd/ChangeLog ***
    
    2019-04-15  Sudakshina Das  <sudi.das@arm.com>
    
    	* reloc.c (BFD_RELOC_ARM_THUMB_BF19): New
    	* libbfd.h: Regenerated.
    	* bfd-in2.h: Regenerated.
    	* bfd-elf32-arm.c (elf32_arm_howto_table_1): New entry for R_ARM_THM_BF18.
    	(elf32_arm_reloc_map elf32_arm_reloc_map): Map BFD_RELOC_ARM_THUMB_BF19
    	and R_ARM_THM_BF18 together.
    	(elf32_arm_final_link_relocate): New switch case for R_ARM_THM_BF19.
    
    *** elfcpp/ChangeLog ***
    
    2019-04-15  Sudakshina Das  <sudi.das@arm.com>
    
    	* arm.h (R_ARM_THM_BF18): New relocation code.
    
    *** gas/ChangeLog ***
    
    2019-04-15  Sudakshina Das  <sudi.das@arm.com>
    
    	* config/tc-arm.c (md_pcrel_from_section): New switch case for
    	BFD_RELOC_ARM_THUMB_BF19.
    	(md_appdy_fix): Likewise.
    	(tc_gen_reloc): Likewise.
    
    *** include/ChangeLog ***
    
    2019-04-15  Sudakshina Das  <sudi.das@arm.com>
    
    	* elf/arm.h (START_RELOC_NUMBERS): New entry for R_ARM_THM_BF18.
    
    *** opcodes/ChangeLog ***
    
    2019-04-15  Sudakshina Das  <sudi.das@arm.com>
    
    	* arm-dis.c (print_insn_thumb32): Updated to accept new %Y pattern.

commit f1c7f42126274d48f6b0a929e4e15a32193997c6
Author: Andre Vieira <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
Date:   Mon Apr 15 11:29:14 2019 +0100

    [binutils, ARM, 7/16] New BFX and BFLX instruction for Armv8.1-M Mainline
    
    This patch is part of a series of patches to add support for Armv8.1-M Mainline instructions to binutils.
    
    This patch adds the BFX and BFLX instructions.
    
    ChangeLog entries are as follows :
    
    *** gas/ChangeLog ***
    
    2019-04-15  Sudakshina Das  <sudi.das@arm.com>
    
    	* config/tc-arm.c (T16_32_TAB): New entries for bfx and bflx.
    	(do_t_v8_1_branch): New switch cases for bfx and bflx.
    	(insns): New instruction for bfx and bflx.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/armv8_1-m-bf-exchange.d: New.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/armv8_1-m-bf-exchange.s: New.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/armv8_1-m-bf-exchange-bad.s: New
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/armv8_1-m-bf-exchange-bad.l: New
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/armv8_1-m-bf-exchange-bad.d: New
    
    *** opcodes/ChangeLog ***
    
    2019-04-15  Sudakshina Das  <sudi.das@arm.com>
    
    	* arm-dis.c (print_insn_thumb32): Add '%<bitfield>S' to print an
    	Arm register with r13 and r15 unpredictable.
    	(thumb32_opcodes): New instructions for bfx and bflx.

commit 4389b29a5af431eeac517272b66560e12df3c430
Author: Andre Vieira <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
Date:   Mon Apr 15 11:25:12 2019 +0100

    [binutils, ARM, 6/16] New BF instruction for Armv8.1-M Mainline
    
    This patch is part of a series of patches to add support for Armv8.1-M Mainline
    instructions to binutils.
    
    This patch adds the BF instruction.
    
    ChangeLog entries are as follows:
    *** gas/ChangeLog ***
    
    2019-04-15  Sudakshina Das  <sudi.das@arm.com>
                 Andre Vieira  <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
    
    	* config/tc-arm.c (T16_32_TAB): New entries for bf.
    	(do_t_branch_future): New.
    	(insns): New instruction for bf.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/armv8_1-m-bf.d: New.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/armv8_1-m-bf.s: New.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/armv8_1-m-bf-bad.s: New.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/armv8_1-m-bf-bad.l: New.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/armv8_1-m-bf-bad.d: New.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/armv8_1-m-bf-rel.d: New.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/armv8_1-m-bf-rel.s: New.
    
    *** ld/ChangeLog ***
    
    2019-04-15  Sudakshina Das  <sudi.das@arm.com>
    
    	* testsuite/ld-arm/bf.s: New.
    	* testsuite/ld-arm/bf.d: New.
    	* testsuite/ld-arm/arm-elf.exp: Add above test.
    
    *** opcodes/ChangeLog ***
    
    2019-04-15  Sudakshina Das  <sudi.das@arm.com>
    
    	* arm-dis.c (thumb32_opcodes): New instructions for bf.

commit e5d6e09ee6cea13942a8042945e784f483a6f3af
Author: Andre Vieira <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
Date:   Mon Apr 15 11:18:57 2019 +0100

    [binutils, ARM, 5/16] BF insns infrastructure with new global reloc R_ARM_THM_BF16
    
    This patch is part of a series of patches to add support for Armv8.1-M Mainline instructions to binutils.
    This adds infrastructure for the BF instructions which is one of the first instructions in Arm that have more than one relocations in them.
    
    This is the third infrastructure patch that adds a new relocation R_ARM_THM_BF16.
    
    The inconsistency between external R_ARM_THM_BF16 and internal
    BFD_RELOC_ARM_THUMB_BF17 is because internally we count the static bit-0 of the immediate and we don't externally.
    
    ChangeLog entries are as follows :
    
    *** bfd/ChangeLog ***
    
    2019-04-15  Sudakshina Das  <sudi.das@arm.com>
    
    	* reloc.c (BFD_RELOC_ARM_THUMB_BF17): New enum.
    	* bfd-in2.h: Regenerated.
    	* libbfd.h: Regenerated.
    	* bfd-elf32-arm.c (elf32_arm_howto_table_1): New entry for R_ARM_THM_BF16.
    	(elf32_arm_reloc_map elf32_arm_reloc_map): Map BFD_RELOC_ARM_THUMB_BF17
    	and R_ARM_THM_BF16 together.
    	(get_value_helper): New reloc helper.
    	(elf32_arm_final_link_relocate): New switch case for R_ARM_THM_BF16.
    
    *** elfcpp/ChangeLog ***
    
    2019-04-15  Sudakshina Das  <sudi.das@arm.com>
    
    	* arm.h (R_ARM_THM_BF16): New relocation code.
    
    *** gas/ChangeLog ***
    
    2019-04-15  Sudakshina Das  <sudi.das@arm.com>
    
    	* config/tc-arm.c (md_pcrel_from_section): New switch case for
    	BFD_RELOC_ARM_THUMB_BF17.
    	(md_appdy_fix): Likewise.
    	(tc_gen_reloc): Likewise.
    
    *** include/ChangeLog ***
    
    2019-04-15  Sudakshina Das  <sudi.das@arm.com>
    
    	* elf/arm.h (START_RELOC_NUMBERS): New entry for R_ARM_THM_BF16.
    
    *** opcodes/ChangeLog ***
    
    2019-04-15  Sudakshina Das  <sudi.das@arm.com>
    
    	* arm-dis.c (print_insn_thumb32): Updated to accept new %W pattern.

commit e2b0ab597857bfe9d7c8742ff50bbb77c70936c4
Author: Andre Vieira <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
Date:   Mon Apr 15 11:12:57 2019 +0100

    [binutils, ARM, 4/16] BF insns infrastructure with array of relocs in struct arm_it
    
    This patch is part of a series of patches to add support for ARMv8.1-M Mainline
    instructions to binutils.
    This adds infrastructure for the Branch Future instructions (BF, BFX, BFL,
    BFLX, BFCSEL).
    These are the first instructions in ARM that have more than one relocations in
    them. Their external relocations can be found in the 'ELF for the Arm
    Architecture - ABI 2019Q1' document on developer.arm.com
    
    This is the second infrastructure patch that adds support to allow up to
    3 relocations in an instruction. This is done by changing the reloc member of
    struct arm_it to an array instead (relocs[3]). All the previous occurrences of
    reloc can now to referring to relocs[0].
    
    ChangeLog entries are as follows :
    
    *** gas/ChangeLog ***
    
    2019-04-15  Sudakshina Das  <sudi.das@arm.com>
    
    	* config/tc-arm.c (ARM_IT_MAX_RELOCS): New macro.
    	(arm_it): Member reloc renamed relocs and updated to an array.
    	Rest: Replace all occurrences of reloc to relocs[0].

commit e12437dc862690eeaa4a487fee35a237703d2b29
Author: Andre Vieira <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
Date:   Mon Apr 15 11:06:30 2019 +0100

    [binutils, ARM, 3/16] BF insns infrastructure with new bfd_reloc_code_real for fallback branch
    
    This patch is part of a series of patches to add support for Armv8.1-M Mainline
    instructions to binutils.
    This adds infrastructure for the Branch Future instructions (BF, BFX, BFL, BFLX,
    BFCSEL). These are the first instructions in ARM that have more than one
    relocations in them.
    
    This is the first infrastructure patch that adds a new bfd_reloc_code_real enum
    for the fallback branch offset.
    This is common for all such instructions and needs to be resolvable by the
    assembler.
    
    ChangeLog entries are as follows :
    *** bfd/ChangeLog ***
    
    2019-04-15  Sudakshina Das  <sudi.das@arm.com>
    
    	* reloc.c (BFD_RELOC_THUMB_PCREL_BRANCH5): New enum.
    	* bfd-in2.h: Regenerate.
    	* libbfd.h: Regenerate.
    
    *** gas/ChangeLog ***
    
    2019-04-15  Sudakshina Das  <sudi.das@arm.com>
    
    	* config/tc-arm.c (md_pcrel_from_section): New switch case
    	for BFD_RELOC_THUMB_PCREL_BRANCH5.
    	(v8_1_branch_value_check): New function to check branch
    	offsets.
    	(md_appdy_fix): New switch case for
    	BFD_RELOC_THUMB_PCREL_BRANCH5.
    	(tc_gen_reloc): Likewise.
    
    *** opcodes/ChangeLog ***
    
    2019-04-15  Sudakshina Das  <sudi.das@arm.com>
    
    	* arm-dis.c (print_insn_thumb32): Updated to accept new %G pattern.

commit e0991585ade56ff86a382978bb3b0268d6e1f31c
Author: Andre Vieira <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
Date:   Mon Apr 15 11:00:21 2019 +0100

    [GAS, ARM, 2/16] Add CLI extension support for Armv8.1-M Mainline
    
    This patch implements the dsp, fp and fp.dp extensions for Armv8.1-M Mainline.
    
    This patch also removes the fp-armv8 check from the half-precision move
    instructions 'do_neon_movhf', as checking that the FP16 instructions extension
    feature bit is enabled 'ARM_EXT2_FP16_INST' is enough.
    
    gas/ChangeLog:
    2019-04-15  Andre Vieira  <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
    
    	* config/tc-arm.c (do_neon_movhf): Remove fp-armv8 check.
    	(armv8_1m_main_ext_table): New extension table.
    	(arm_archs): Use the new extension table.
    	* doc/c-arm.texi: Add missing arch and document new extensions.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/armv8.1-m.main-fp.d: New.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/armv8.1-m.main-fp-dp.d: New.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/armv8.1-m.main-hp.d: New.

commit 031254f2111f945ce6a1b8827e1a58ed7141fefe
Author: Andre Vieira <andre.simoesdiasvieira@arm.com>
Date:   Mon Apr 15 10:54:42 2019 +0100

    [binutils, ARM, 1/16] Add support for Armv8.1-M Mainline CLI
    
    The patch is straightforward, it does the following:
    
    - support the new Tag_CPU_arch build attribute value, ie.:
       + declare the new value
       + update all the asserts forcing logic to be reviewed for new
         architectures
       + create a corresponding bfd_mach_arm_8_1M_MAIN enumerator in bfd and
         add mapping from Tag_CPU_arch to it
       + teach readelf about new Tag_CPU_arch value
    - declare armv8.1-m.main as a supported architecture value
    - define Armv8.1-M Mainline in terms of feature bits available
    - tell objdump mapping from bfd_mach_arm_8_1M_MAIN enumerator to feature
       bits available
    - update architecture-specific logic in gas and bfd guarded by the
       asserts mentioned above.
    - tests for all the above
    
    ChangeLog entries are as follows:
    
    *** bfd/ChangeLog ***
    
    2019-04-15  Thomas Preud'homme  <thomas.preudhomme@arm.com>
    
    	* archures.c (bfd_mach_arm_8_1M_MAIN): Define.
    	* bfd-in2.h: Regenerate.
    	* cpu-arm.c (arch_info_struct): Add entry for Armv8.1-M Mainline.
    	* elf32-arm.c (using_thumb_only): Return true for Armv8.1-M Mainline
    	and update assert.
    	(using_thumb2): Likewise.
    	(using_thumb2_bl): Update assert.
    	(arch_has_arm_nop): Likewise.
    	(bfd_arm_get_mach_from_attributes): Add case for Armv8.1-M Mainline.
    	(tag_cpu_arch_combine): Add logic for Armv8.1-M Mainline merging.
    
    *** binutils/ChangeLog ***
    
    2019-04-15  Thomas Preud'homme  <thomas.preudhomme@arm.com>
    
    	* readelf.c (arm_attr_tag_CPU_arch): Add entry for Armv8.1-M Mainline.
    
    *** gas/ChangeLog ***
    
    2019-04-15  Thomas Preud'homme  <thomas.preudhomme@arm.com>
    
    	* config/tc-arm.c (cpu_arch_ver): Add entry for Armv8.1-M Mainline
    	Tag_CPU_arch build attribute value.  Reindent.
    	(get_aeabi_cpu_arch_from_fset): Update assert.
    	(aeabi_set_public_attributes): Update assert for Tag_DIV_use logic.
    	* testsuite/gas/arm/attr-march-armv8_1-m.main.d: New test.
    
    *** include/ChangeLog ***
    
    2019-04-15  Thomas Preud'homme  <thomas.preudhomme@arm.com>
    
    	* elf/arm.h (TAG_CPU_ARCH_V8_1M_MAIN): new macro.
    	(MAX_TAG_CPU_ARCH): Set value to above macro.
    	* opcode/arm.h (ARM_EXT2_V8_1M_MAIN): New macro.
    	(ARM_AEXT_V8_1M_MAIN): Likewise.
    	(ARM_AEXT2_V8_1M_MAIN): Likewise.
    	(ARM_ARCH_V8_1M_MAIN): Likewise.
    
    *** ld/ChangeLog ***
    
    2019-04-15  Thomas Preud'homme  <thomas.preudhomme@arm.com>
    
    	* testsuite/ld-arm/attr-merge-13.attr: New test.
    	* testsuite/ld-arm/attr-merge-13a.s: New test.
    	* testsuite/ld-arm/attr-merge-13b.s: New test.
    
    *** opcodes/ChangeLog ***
    
    2019-04-15  Thomas Preud'homme  <thomas.preudhomme@arm.com>
    
    	* arm-dis.c (select_arm_features): Add logic for Armv8.1-M Mainline.

commit 8669f96f0d1fee8eddc4cb56ba68125abfe61f56
Author: GDB Administrator <gdbadmin@sourceware.org>
Date:   Mon Apr 15 00:00:16 2019 +0000

    Automatic date update in version.in

commit d94c001b358b1a947a61bafc10a18660bb5eef59
Author: GDB Administrator <gdbadmin@sourceware.org>
Date:   Sun Apr 14 00:01:01 2019 +0000

    Automatic date update in version.in

commit 798066abd8e5ec2a411979fd34bfe0cd494c1813
Author: Andrew Burgess <andrew.burgess@embecosm.com>
Date:   Thu Apr 11 23:17:31 2019 +0100

    sim: Use host not target byte order for merging and splitting values
    
    When using writes to memory through a struct to merge and extract
    multi-word value, it is the endianness of the host, not the target
    that affects which order the component words need to be written into
    the structure.
    
    Of the 5 functions adjusted here 4 of them are unused.  The 5th,
    JOINSIDF will soon be used by the or1k target.
    
    For or1k, simulated on x86-64, this change fixes this function so that
    the correct bytes are now returned.
    
    sim/common/ChangeLog:
    
    	* cgen-ops.h (SUBWORDXFSI): Compare HOST_BYTE_ORDER not
    	CURRENT_TARGET_BYTE_ORDER.
    	(SUBWORDTFSI): Likewise.
    	(JOINSIDF): Likewise.
    	(JOINSIXF): Likewise.
    	(JOINSITF): Likewise.

commit bdc8beb41b656e8071af275ef0e98c4f2d05e564
Author: Matthew Fortune <matthew.fortune@mips.com>
Date:   Tue Apr 9 20:40:00 2019 +0000

    [MIPS] Add i6500 CPU and fix i6400 default ASEs
    
    gas/
    	* config/tc-mips.c (mips_cpu_info_table): Add i6500.  Update
    	default ASEs for i6400.
    	* doc/c-mips.texi (-march): Document i6500.
    	* testsuite/gas/mips/elf_mach_i6400.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/mips/elf_mach_i6500.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/mips/mips.exp: Run the new tests.

commit 3315614d19a7fb409227298ead9b356bdbcca3bc
Author: Matthew Fortune <matthew.fortune@mips.com>
Date:   Tue Apr 9 10:34:48 2019 -0700

    [MIPS] Apply ASE information for the selected processor
    
    GAS does not enable implicit ASEs for most MIPS processors.
    The rework of option handling done as part of .module implementation
    left the implicit ASE logic broken and default enabled ASEs for
    most processors did not get applied.  This patch ensures the ASE
    information is carried forward to the point where it is required.
    
    gas/
    	* config/tc-mips.c (mips_set_options) <init_ase>: New field.
    	(file_mips_opts, mips_opts) <init_ase>: Initialize new field.
    	(file_mips_check_options): Propagate initial ASE settings.
    	(mips_after_parse_args, parse_code_option): Track the initial
    	ASE settings for a CPU.
    	(s_mipsset): Restore the initial ASE settings when reverting
    	to the default arch.
    	* testsuite/gas/mips/elf_mach_p6600.d: New test.
    	* testsuite/gas/mips/mips.exp: Run the new test.

commit c40e31a1217f6ec9dd47e2e6806c2562096e31fe
Author: Alan Modra <amodra@gmail.com>
Date:   Fri Apr 12 20:32:57 2019 +0930

    Automatic makefile dependencies for generated ld/e*.c
    
    This patch modifies genscripts.sh to emit dependency info along with
    the generated emulation e*.c files.  This is done by a new source_sh
    function that records its arg to a file (.deps/e*.Tc), using the
    function whenever a shell script is sourced.  Entries in the file are
    made unique and written to .deps/e*.Pc.  These files are then
    included by the Makefile.
    
    	* Makefile.am (GENSCRIPTS): Pass LIB_PATH as a parameter.  Add
    	DEPDIR parameter.
    	(ELF_DEPS, ELF_GEN_DEPS, ELF_X86_DEPS): Delete.
    	(ALL_EMULATION_SOURCES, ALL_64_EMULATION_SOURCES): Depend on
    	$GEN_DEPENDS.
    	(e*.c): Delete all dependencies, instead include dependencies
    	from $DEPDIR/*.Pc.
    	* Makefile.in: Regenerate.
    	* configure.ac (source_sh): Define and use function.
    	* configure: Regenerate.
    	* emulparams/aarch64cloudabib.sh, * emulparams/aarch64elf32b.sh,
    	* emulparams/aarch64elfb.sh, * emulparams/aarch64fbsdb.sh,
    	* emulparams/aarch64linux32b.sh, * emulparams/aarch64linuxb.sh,
    	* emulparams/arcelf.sh, * emulparams/arcelf_prof.sh,
    	* emulparams/arclinux.sh, * emulparams/arclinux_nps.sh,
    	* emulparams/arclinux_prof.sh, * emulparams/arcv2elf.sh,
    	* emulparams/arcv2elfx.sh, * emulparams/armelf_fbsd.sh,
    	* emulparams/armelf_linux_eabi.sh,
    	* emulparams/armelf_linux_fdpiceabi.sh,
    	* emulparams/armelf_nacl.sh, * emulparams/armelf_nbsd.sh,
    	* emulparams/armelf_vxworks.sh, * emulparams/armelfb.sh,
    	* emulparams/armelfb_fbsd.sh, * emulparams/armelfb_fuchsia.sh,
    	* emulparams/armelfb_linux.sh, * emulparams/armelfb_linux_eabi.sh,
    	* emulparams/armelfb_linux_fdpiceabi.sh,
    	* emulparams/armelfb_nacl.sh, * emulparams/armelfb_nbsd.sh,
    	* emulparams/armsymbian.sh, * emulparams/cskyelf_linux.sh,
    	* emulparams/elf32_sparc_sol2.sh,
    	* emulparams/elf32_sparc_vxworks.sh, * emulparams/elf32_tic6x_be.sh,
    	* emulparams/elf32_tic6x_elf_be.sh,
    	* emulparams/elf32_tic6x_elf_le.sh,
    	* emulparams/elf32_tic6x_linux_be.sh,
    	* emulparams/elf32_tic6x_linux_le.sh,
    	* emulparams/elf32_x86_64.sh, * emulparams/elf32_x86_64_nacl.sh,
    	* emulparams/elf32b4300.sh, * emulparams/elf32bfinfd.sh,
    	* emulparams/elf32bmipn32.sh, * emulparams/elf32bsmip.sh,
    	* emulparams/elf32btsmip.sh, * emulparams/elf32btsmip_fbsd.sh,
    	* emulparams/elf32btsmipn32.sh, * emulparams/elf32btsmipn32_fbsd.sh,
    	* emulparams/elf32ebmip.sh, * emulparams/elf32ebmipvxworks.sh,
    	* emulparams/elf32elmip.sh, * emulparams/elf32elmipvxworks.sh,
    	* emulparams/elf32frvfd.sh, * emulparams/elf32l4300.sh,
    	* emulparams/elf32lm32fd.sh, * emulparams/elf32lmip.sh,
    	* emulparams/elf32lppc.sh, * emulparams/elf32lppclinux.sh,
    	* emulparams/elf32lppcnto.sh, * emulparams/elf32lppcsim.sh,
    	* emulparams/elf32lr5900.sh, * emulparams/elf32lr5900n32.sh,
    	* emulparams/elf32lriscv.sh, * emulparams/elf32lriscv_ilp32.sh,
    	* emulparams/elf32lriscv_ilp32f.sh, * emulparams/elf32lsmip.sh,
    	* emulparams/elf32ltsmip.sh, * emulparams/elf32ltsmip_fbsd.sh,
    	* emulparams/elf32ltsmipn32.sh, * emulparams/elf32ltsmipn32_fbsd.sh,
    	* emulparams/elf32microblazeel.sh, * emulparams/elf32or1k_linux.sh,
    	* emulparams/elf32ppc.sh, * emulparams/elf32ppc_fbsd.sh,
    	* emulparams/elf32ppccommon.sh, * emulparams/elf32ppclinux.sh,
    	* emulparams/elf32ppcnto.sh, * emulparams/elf32ppcsim.sh,
    	* emulparams/elf32ppcvxworks.sh, * emulparams/elf32ppcwindiss.sh,
    	* emulparams/elf32tilegx_be.sh, * emulparams/elf64_ia64_fbsd.sh,
    	* emulparams/elf64_sparc_fbsd.sh, * emulparams/elf64_sparc_sol2.sh,
    	* emulparams/elf64alpha_fbsd.sh, * emulparams/elf64alpha_nbsd.sh,
    	* emulparams/elf64bmip-defs.sh, * emulparams/elf64bmip.sh,
    	* emulparams/elf64btsmip.sh, * emulparams/elf64btsmip_fbsd.sh,
    	* emulparams/elf64lppc.sh, * emulparams/elf64lriscv-defs.sh,
    	* emulparams/elf64lriscv.sh, * emulparams/elf64lriscv_lp64.sh,
    	* emulparams/elf64lriscv_lp64f.sh, * emulparams/elf64ltsmip.sh,
    	* emulparams/elf64ltsmip_fbsd.sh, * emulparams/elf64ppc.sh,
    	* emulparams/elf64ppc_fbsd.sh, * emulparams/elf64rdos.sh,
    	* emulparams/elf64tilegx_be.sh, * emulparams/elf_i386.sh,
    	* emulparams/elf_i386_be.sh, * emulparams/elf_i386_fbsd.sh,
    	* emulparams/elf_i386_ldso.sh, * emulparams/elf_i386_nacl.sh,
    	* emulparams/elf_i386_sol2.sh, * emulparams/elf_i386_vxworks.sh,
    	* emulparams/elf_iamcu.sh, * emulparams/elf_k1om.sh,
    	* emulparams/elf_k1om_fbsd.sh, * emulparams/elf_l1om.sh,
    	* emulparams/elf_l1om_fbsd.sh, * emulparams/elf_x86_64.sh,
    	* emulparams/elf_x86_64_cloudabi.sh,
    	* emulparams/elf_x86_64_fbsd.sh, * emulparams/elf_x86_64_nacl.sh,
    	* emulparams/elf_x86_64_sol2.sh, * emulparams/h8300helf.sh,
    	* emulparams/h8300helf_linux.sh, * emulparams/h8300hnelf.sh,
    	* emulparams/h8300self.sh, * emulparams/h8300self_linux.sh,
    	* emulparams/h8300snelf.sh, * emulparams/h8300sxelf.sh,
    	* emulparams/h8300sxelf_linux.sh, * emulparams/h8300sxnelf.sh,
    	* emulparams/hppanbsd.sh, * emulparams/hppaobsd.sh,
    	* emulparams/m32rlelf.sh, * emulparams/m32rlelf_linux.sh,
    	* emulparams/m68kelfnbsd.sh, * emulparams/mn10300.sh,
    	* emulparams/msp430X.sh, * emulparams/nds32belf.sh,
    	* emulparams/nds32belf16m.sh, * emulparams/nds32belf_linux.sh,
    	* emulparams/pjlelf.sh, * emulparams/ppclynx.sh,
    	* emulparams/score7_elf.sh, * emulparams/shelf_fd.sh,
    	* emulparams/shelf_linux.sh, * emulparams/shelf_nbsd.sh,
    	* emulparams/shelf_uclinux.sh, * emulparams/shelf_vxworks.sh,
    	* emulparams/shl.sh, * emulparams/shlelf.sh,
    	* emulparams/shlelf_fd.sh, * emulparams/shlelf_nbsd.sh,
    	* emulparams/shlelf_vxworks.sh: Use source_sh.
    	* genscripts.sh: Adjust for changed parameters.  Emit dependencies
    	for e*.c to .deps/*.Pc.
    	(source_sh): New function, use it throughout to source scripts.
    	* genscrba.sh (source_em): Use source_sh.

commit 50ff67e6cf65dbe1b8fbbdb7a6c2e43919af95f4
Author: Alan Modra <amodra@gmail.com>
Date:   Fri Apr 12 19:02:44 2019 +0930

    ld TDIRS substitution
    
    It is no longer true that autoconf/automake cannot substitute vars
    with embedded new-lines.
    
    	* configure.ac (TDIRS): Build up tdirs in this variable and
    	AC_SUBST, also using AM_SUBST_NOTMAKE.
    	* configure: Regenerate.
    	* Makefile.am (DISTCLEANFILES): Remove tdirs.
    	* Makefile.in: Regenerate.

commit 35add35e85c21f02e3e5808273cb77b24069b0aa
Author: Andrew Burgess <andrew.burgess@embecosm.com>
Date:   Sat Apr 13 00:54:16 2019 +0100

    gdb: Fix failure in gdb.base/complex-parts.exp for x86-32
    
    The x86-32 ABI specifies 96-bit long double, this was causing a
    failure on the test gdb.base/complex-parts.exp.
    
    The problem is that GDB tries to find a builtin floating point type of
    the correct size in order to reuse the name of that type as the name
    for the components of the complex type being built.
    
    Previously GDB was only aware of floating point types sized 32, 64, or
    128 bits.  This patch teaches GDB how to handle 96 bit floating point
    type.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    
    	* dwarf2read.c (dwarf2_init_complex_target_type): Handle complex
    	target types of size 96-bits, add some additional comments, and
    	check that the builtin type we found was the correct size.

commit 9c9f1b1f39f37ce75c2fc3c378aa059b67df2ea2
Author: GDB Administrator <gdbadmin@sourceware.org>
Date:   Sat Apr 13 00:00:35 2019 +0000

    Automatic date update in version.in

commit 8114a5c51e6d07e3dfd243eee1cfad6e63cc52aa
Author: John Darrington <john@darrington.wattle.id.au>
Date:   Fri Apr 12 18:39:01 2019 +0200

    GAS: S12Z: Remove definition of macro TC_M68K.
    
    gas/config:
    	* tc-s12z.h: Remove inappropriate macro definition.

commit e5a557ac01a775df64ae8149c5fe7d503f46a92f
Author: John Darrington <john@darrington.wattle.id.au>
Date:   Fri Apr 12 18:39:01 2019 +0200

    S12Z: opcodes: Replace "operator" with "optr".
    
    opcodes/
    	* s12z-dis.c, s12z-opc.c, s12z-opc.h: Replace operator with optr.

commit d04ebfb8178e56bdcbf925ec0ed55cf14488e3fb
Author: John Darrington <john@darrington.wattle.id.au>
Date:   Fri Apr 12 18:39:01 2019 +0200

    GAS: tc-s12z.c: int -> bfd_boolean
    
    Use bfd_boolean where appropriate.

commit 51196bbc5618a3741bd7bbed01ac76b25a2e6f9c
Author: Eli Zaretskii <eliz@gnu.org>
Date:   Fri Apr 12 15:35:57 2019 +0300

    Another fix for GDB styling
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    2019-04-12  Eli Zaretskii  <eliz@gnu.org>
    
    	* utils.c (prompt_for_continue): Don't restore the styling at the
    	end, as applied_style has the wrong value.  This fixes styling in
    	long lists of file names that are interrupted by the "Continue?"
    	prompt.

commit 3bbec4bd95396936f21dbb07b79d2b6286b4cfec
Author: Nick Clifton <nickc@redhat.com>
Date:   Fri Apr 12 13:15:21 2019 +0100

    Fix thinko in linker documentation.
    
    	PR 24450
    	* ld.texi (Output Section Attributes): Add ALIGN_WITH_INPUT to
    	example of section attributes.

commit e5a1a79a4e0ee33292d45b10a759eb41f7358b7c
Author: Alan Hayward <alan.hayward@arm.com>
Date:   Mon Apr 8 16:02:55 2019 +0100

    Testsuite: Add gdbserver sysroot test
    
    The local board file ensures that the sysroot is always set to load
    files from the local filesystem.
    
    Add a gdbserver test to explicitly test the sysroot set to both the
    remote target and the local filesystem.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog:
    
    	* gdb.server/sysroot.c: New test.
    	* gdb.server/sysroot.exp: New file.
    	* lib/gdbserver-support.exp (gdb_target_cmd): Add additional text
            matching param.

commit 62253a61473764b0d084b01eff06a93fb38bb2e3
Author: Andrew Burgess <andrew.burgess@embecosm.com>
Date:   Thu Apr 11 23:51:48 2019 +0100

    gdb: Remove LANG_MAGIC
    
    The language_defn structure has an la_magic field, this used to be
    used as a basic check that the language_defn structure had the
    expected layout - at least the end of the structure was where we
    expected it to be.
    
    This feature only really makes sense if we imagine GDB dynamically
    loading language support from dynamic libraries, where a version
    mismatch might cause problems.
    
    However, in current GDB language support is statically built into GDB,
    and since this commit:
    
        commit 47e77640be31fc1a4eb3718f594ed5fd0faff065
        Date:   Thu Jul 20 18:28:01 2017 +0100
    
            Make language_def O(1)
    
    the existing (if pointless) check of the la_magic field was removed.
    
    There now appears to be no use of the la_magic field, and I propose
    that we delete it.
    
    There should be no user visible changes after this commit.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    
    	* ada-lang.c (ada_language_defn): Remove use of LANG_MAGIC.
    	* c-lang.c (c_language_defn): Likewise.
    	(cplus_language_defn): Likewise.
    	(asm_language_defn): Likewise.
    	(minimal_language_defn): Likewise.
    	* d-lang.c (d_language_defn): Likewise.
    	* f-lang.c (f_language_defn): Likewise.
    	* go-lang.c (go_language_defn): Likewise.
    	* language.c (unknown_language_defn): Likewise.
    	(auto_language_defn): Likewise.
    	* language.h (struct language_defn): Remove la_magic field.
    	(LANG_MAGIC): Delete.
    	* m2-lang.c (m2_language_defn): Remove use of LANG_MAGIC.
    	* objc-lang.c (objc_language_defn): Likewise.
    	* opencl-lang.c (opencl_language_defn): Likewise.
    	* p-lang.c (pascal_language_defn): Likewise.
    	* rust-lang.c (rust_language_defn): Likewise.

commit 3822612df0694cc07597e534fa73b34aa2540812
Author: GDB Administrator <gdbadmin@sourceware.org>
Date:   Fri Apr 12 00:00:26 2019 +0000

    Automatic date update in version.in

commit a9158a863c18545634cb0f0462b326aeca30634c
Author: Andrew Burgess <andrew.burgess@embecosm.com>
Date:   Sun Apr 7 22:30:37 2019 +0100

    gdb/riscv: Remove riscv_type_alignment function
    
    Make use of the type_align function and remove riscv_type_alignment as
    it is no longer needed.  I tested this against a number of RV32 and
    RV64 targets, and I also ran the tests with an assertion in place
    checking that the old riscv_type_alignment function gives the same
    answer as the common type_align function - it does, and all the tests
    still pass.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    
    	* riscv-tdep.c (riscv_type_align): New function.
    	(riscv_type_alignment): Delete.
    	(riscv_arg_location): Use 'type_align'.
    	(riscv_gdbarch_init): Register riscv_type_align gdbarch function.

commit 41077b6625d16cc6c0c4b404a177a8850300b8a0
Author: Andrew Burgess <andrew.burgess@embecosm.com>
Date:   Sat Apr 6 11:02:04 2019 +0100

    gdb: Fix alignment computation for structs with only static fields
    
    The current code in gdbtypes.c:type_align incorrectly returns 0 as the
    alignment for a structure containing only static fields.  After this
    patch the correct value of 1 is returned.  The gdb.base/align.exp test
    is extended to cover this case.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    
    	* gdbtypes.c (type_align): A struct with no non-static fields also
    	has alignment of 1.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog:
    
    	* gdb.base/align.exp: Extend test to cover structures containing
    	only static fields.

commit 9f0272f8548164b024ff9fd151686b2b904a5d59
Author: Andrew Burgess <andrew.burgess@embecosm.com>
Date:   Fri Apr 5 13:50:19 2019 +0100

    gdb/riscv: Handle empty C++ structs during argument passing
    
    This commit resolves a large number of failures in the test script
    gdb.base/infcall-nested-structs.exp which were caused by GDB (for
    RISC-V) incorrectly handling empty C++ structures when preparing
    arguments for a dummy call, or collecting a return value.
    
    The issue is further complicated in that there was a bug in GCC, such
    that in some cases GCC would generate incorrect code when passing a
    small structure that contained empty sub-structures.  This was fixed
    in GCC trunk on 5-March-2019, so in order to see the best results with
    this patch you'll need a recent version of GCC.
    
    Anything that used to work should continue to work after this patch,
    regardless of GCC version being used.
    
    The fix in this commit is that GDB now pays more attention to the
    offset of fields within a structure when preparing arguments as in C++
    an empty structure has a non-zero size, this is an example:
    
      struct s1 { struct s2 { } empty; int f; };
    
    We previously assumed that 'f' was at offset 0 inside type 's1',
    however this is not the case in C++ as 's2' has size 1, and with
    alignment 'f' is likely at some even bigger offset inside 's1'.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    
    	* riscv-tdep.c (riscv_call_arg_complex_float): Fix offset of first
    	component to 0.
    	(riscv_struct_info::riscv_struct_info): Initialise m_offsets
    	member.
    	(riscv_struct_info::analyse): New implementation using new
    	analyse_inner member function.
    	(riscv_struct_info::field_offset): New member function.
    	(riscv_struct_info::m_offsets): New member variable.
    	(riscv_struct_info::analyse_inner): New private member function,
    	takes the old implementation of riscv_struct_info::analyse but
    	extended to track field offsets.
    	(riscv_call_arg_struct): Update the struct folding special cases
    	to handle cases where empty C++ structs, which are non-zero
    	length, are found.
    	(riscv_arg_location): Initialise the length of each location, a
    	non-zero length now indicates the location is in use.
    	(riscv_push_dummy_call): Allow for the first location having a
    	non-zero offset when setting up arguments.
    	(riscv_return_value): Likewise, but for return values.

commit 02cf60c7a42710ee0364698c436b6ca5e771374b
Author: Tom Tromey <tromey@adacore.com>
Date:   Thu Apr 11 13:00:48 2019 -0600

    Make "msg" const in internal_vproblem
    
    I noticed that the "msg" variable in internal_vproblem could be
    "const".  This seems like an improvement because it can wind up in
    rodata.
    
    Tested by rebuilding.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-04-11  Tom Tromey  <tromey@adacore.com>
    
    	* utils.c (internal_vproblem): Make "msg" const.

commit c0b4cd465573f1772927cb3ad5d6e7d17af21622
Author: Max Filippov <jcmvbkbc@gmail.com>
Date:   Thu Apr 4 17:06:57 2019 -0700

    xtensa: gas: add relaxations tests
    
    gas/
    2019-04-11  Max Filippov  <jcmvbkbc@gmail.com>
    
    	* testsuite/gas/xtensa/loop-relax-2.d: New test definition.
    	* testsuite/gas/xtensa/loop-relax.d: New test definition.
    	* testsuite/gas/xtensa/loop-relax.s: New test source.
    	* testsuite/gas/xtensa/text-section-literals-1a.d: New test
    	definition.
    	* testsuite/gas/xtensa/text-section-literals-2.d: New test
    	definition.
    	* testsuite/gas/xtensa/text-section-literals-2.s: New test
    	source.
    	* testsuite/gas/xtensa/text-section-literals-2a.d: New test
    	definition.
    	* testsuite/gas/xtensa/text-section-literals-3.d: New test
    	definition.
    	* testsuite/gas/xtensa/text-section-literals-3.s: New test
    	source.
    	* testsuite/gas/xtensa/text-section-literals-4.d: New test
    	definition.
    	* testsuite/gas/xtensa/text-section-literals-4.s: New test
    	source.
    	* testsuite/gas/xtensa/text-section-literals-4a.d: New test
    	definition.

commit 6f2b77153170392f6b6c38367d7e5c4d007a9c49
Author: Max Filippov <jcmvbkbc@gmail.com>
Date:   Thu Apr 4 17:51:00 2019 -0700

    xtensa: gas: convert tests to run_dump_tests
    
    gas/
    2019-04-11  Max Filippov  <jcmvbkbc@gmail.com>
    
    	* testsuite/gas/xtensa/all.exp: Remove all expect-based
    	tests and all explicit run_dump_test / run_list_test
    	invocations. Add run_dump_tests for all .d files in the
    	test subdirectory.
    	* testsuite/gas/xtensa/entry_align.d: New test definition.
    	* testsuite/gas/xtensa/entry_align.l: New test output.
    	* testsuite/gas/xtensa/entry_misalign.d: New test definition.
    	* testsuite/gas/xtensa/entry_misalign2.d: New test definition.
    	* testsuite/gas/xtensa/j_too_far.d: New test definition.
    	* testsuite/gas/xtensa/j_too_far.l: New test output.
    	* testsuite/gas/xtensa/loop_align.d: New test definition.
    	* testsuite/gas/xtensa/loop_misalign.d: New test definition.
    	* testsuite/gas/xtensa/trampoline-2.d: New test definition.
    	* testsuite/gas/xtensa/trampoline-2.l: Remove empty output.
    	* testsuite/gas/xtensa/xtensa-err.exp: Use positive logic.

commit f8aecf3cc9a3c71a0fb9a8ddca8f131dde648276
Author: Max Filippov <jcmvbkbc@gmail.com>
Date:   Wed Apr 10 01:18:01 2019 -0700

    xtensa: gas: clean up literal management code
    
    gas/
    2019-04-11  Max Filippov  <jcmvbkbc@gmail.com>
    
    	* config/tc-xtensa.c (xtensa_literal_pseudo): Drop code that has
    	no effect.
    	(get_literal_pool_location): Only search for the literal pool
    	when auto litpools is used, otherwise take one recorded in the
    	tc_segment_info_data.
    	(xtensa_assign_litpool_addresses): New function.
    	(xtensa_move_literals): Don't duplicate 'literal pool location
    	required...' error message. Call xtensa_assign_litpool_addresses.

commit 548791769dc737f05cb12e5ee4190b7e853beac9
Author: Max Filippov <jcmvbkbc@gmail.com>
Date:   Mon Apr 8 13:47:18 2019 -0700

    xtensa: gas: put .literal_position at section start
    
    Provide literal position at the beginning of each section for literal
    space reserved by relaxations when text-section-literals or
    auto-litpools options are used. Remove code that adds fill frag to the
    literal section for every .literal_position directive to avoid creation
    of empty literal sections.
    
    Fix auto-litpools tests that got literal pool address changes.
    
    gas/
    2019-04-11  Max Filippov  <jcmvbkbc@gmail.com>
    
    	* config/tc-xtensa.c (xtensa_is_init_fini): Add declaration.
    	(xtensa_mark_literal_pool_location): Don't add fill frag to literal
    	section that records literal pool location.
    	(md_begin): Call xtensa_mark_literal_pool_location when text
    	section literals or auto litpools are used.
    	(xtensa_elf_section_change_hook): Call
    	xtensa_mark_literal_pool_location when text section literals or
    	auto litpools are used, there's no literal pool location defined
    	for the current section and it's not .init or .fini.
    	* testsuite/gas/xtensa/auto-litpools-first1.d: Fix up addresses.
    	* testsuite/gas/xtensa/auto-litpools-first2.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/gas/xtensa/auto-litpools.d: Likewise.

commit 035801cebe9ffbdddb465b81ae514a465ce9c64c
Author: Faraz Shahbazker <fshahbazker@wavecomp.com>
Date:   Tue Apr 2 20:17:16 2019 +0000

    ld: Add --no-print-map-discarded option
    
    Add a new option to disable the listing of discarded sections
    in map file output.  The use case stems from a large application
    built with -ffunction-sections --gc-sections where the list of
    discarded sections blows up the map file output.  The default
    behaviour remains to print discarded sections,  but the new option
    allows us to disable it.
    
    ld/
    	* NEWS: Mention new option --no-print-map-discarded.
    	* ld.h (ld_config_type) <print_map_discarded>: New field.
    	* ldlang.c (lang_map): Conditionally output discarded sections
    	in map files based on configuration option.
    	* ldlex.h (option_values) <OPTION_PRINT_MAP_DISCARDED,
    	OPTION_NO_PRINT_MAP_DISCARDED>: New.
    	* ldmain.c (main): Enabled print_map_discarded by default.
    	* lexsup.c (ld_options): Add new command-line options.
    	(parse_args) <OPTION_NO_PRINT_MAP_DISCARDED,
    	OPTION_PRINT_MAP_DISCARDED>: New cases.
    	* ld.texi: Document new options.
    	* testsuite/ld-gc/gc.exp: Add new test.
    	* testsuite/ld-gc/skip-map-discarded.s: New file.
    	* testsuite/ld-gc/skip-map-discarded.d: New file.
    	* testsuite/ld-gc/skip-map-discarded.map: New file.

commit c30391f893fd99e768c1a6282763ef553c45f1ff
Author: Tom de Vries <tdevries@suse.de>
Date:   Thu Apr 11 19:13:05 2019 +0200

    [gdb/testsuite] Add cc-with-dwz.exp and cc-with-dwz-m.exp
    
    We can use CC_WITH_TWEAKS_FLAGS when cd-ing into the gdb build subdir and
    invoking make check:
    ...
    $ cd $objdir/gdb
    $ make check \
        RUNTESTFLAGS='--target_board=cc-with-tweaks' \
        CC_WITH_TWEAKS_FLAGS='-z'
    ...
    
    But when cd-ing into the top-level build dir and invoking make check-gdb
    instead:
    ...
    $ cd $objdir
    $ make check-gdb \
        RUNTESTFLAGS='--target_board=cc-with-tweaks' \
        CC_WITH_TWEAKS_FLAGS='-z'
    ...
    using CC_WITH_TWEAKS_FLAGS has no effect, because CC_WITH_TWEAKS_FLAGS is not
    passed down from the top level Makefile.
    
    Add cc-with-dwz.exp and cc-with-dwz-m.exp, that don't require
    CC_WITH_TWEAKS_FLAGS to be set in the make invocation, allowing us to run these
    test configurations from the toplevel build dir:
    ...
    $ cd $objdir
    $ make check-gdb \
        RUNTESTFLAGS='--target_board=cc-with-dwz'
    ...
    
    Tested on x86_64-linux.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog:
    
    2019-04-11  Tom de Vries  <tdevries@suse.de>
    
    	* boards/cc-with-dwz-m.exp: New file.
    	* boards/cc-with-dwz.exp: New file.
    	* boards/cc-with-tweaks.exp: Note that check-gdb doesn't work.

commit 233a00833b984319d5e94db3f5d5d9a735edc984
Author: H.J. Lu <hjl.tools@gmail.com>
Date:   Thu Apr 11 08:18:51 2019 -0700

    x86: Add -z cet-report=[none|warning|error]
    
    Add -z cet-report=[none|warning|error] to report the missing Intel
    Indirect Branch Tracking (IBT) and Shadow Stack (SHSTK) properties
    in input .note.gnu.property section.  -z cet-report=none, which is
    the default, will make the linker not report missing properties in
    input files.  -z cet-report=warning will make the linker issue a
    warning for missing properties in input files.  -z cet-report=error
    will make the linker issue an error for missing properties in input
    files.  Note that -z ibt will turn off the missing IBT property report
    and -z shstk will turn off the missing SHSTK property report.
    Supported for Linux/i386 and Linux/x86_64.
    
    bfd/
    
    	* elf-linker-x86.h (elf_x86_cet_report): New.
    	(elf_linker_x86_params): Add cet_report.
    	* elfxx-x86.c (_bfd_x86_elf_link_setup_gnu_properties): Report
    	missing IBT and SHSTK properties if needed.
    
    ld/
    
    	* ld.texi: Document -z cet-report=[none|warning|error].
    	* emulparams/cet.sh: Add -z cet-report=[none|warning|error].
    	* testsuite/ld-i386/i386.exp: Run -z cet-report=[warning|error]
    	tests.
    	* testsuite/ld-x86-64/x86-64.exp: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-i386/property-x86-cet1.d: New file.
    	* testsuite/ld-i386/property-x86-cet2a.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-i386/property-x86-cet2b.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-i386/property-x86-cet3a.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-i386/property-x86-cet3b.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-i386/property-x86-cet4a.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-i386/property-x86-cet4b.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-i386/property-x86-cet5a.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-i386/property-x86-cet5b.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-i386/property-x86-cet6.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-x86-64/property-x86-cet.s: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-x86-64/property-x86-cet1-x32.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-x86-64/property-x86-cet1.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-x86-64/property-x86-cet2a-x32.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-x86-64/property-x86-cet2a.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-x86-64/property-x86-cet2b-x32.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-x86-64/property-x86-cet2b.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-x86-64/property-x86-cet3a-x32.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-x86-64/property-x86-cet3a.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-x86-64/property-x86-cet3b-x32.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-x86-64/property-x86-cet3b.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-x86-64/property-x86-cet4a-x32.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-x86-64/property-x86-cet4a.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-x86-64/property-x86-cet4b-x32.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-x86-64/property-x86-cet4b.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-x86-64/property-x86-cet5a-x32.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-x86-64/property-x86-cet5a.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-x86-64/property-x86-cet5b-x32.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-x86-64/property-x86-cet5b.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-x86-64/property-x86-cet6-x32.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-x86-64/property-x86-cet6.d: Likewise.

commit ca4e63310228df72ba47e5b29f4c275e62496dcf
Author: H.J. Lu <hjl.tools@gmail.com>
Date:   Thu Apr 11 07:53:55 2019 -0700

    Add PR ld/24436 to ChangeLog entry

commit b3d7a86748247a68c69939cdf9925d4a78448f2d
Author: H.J. Lu <hjl.tools@gmail.com>
Date:   Thu Apr 11 06:52:03 2019 -0700

    ld: Add -static-pie tests
    
    Add -static-pie tests for DT_INIT_ARRAY, DT_FINI_ARRAY, DT_PREINIT_ARRAY
    and IFUNC.
    
    	* testsuite/config/default.exp (STATIC_PIE_LDFLAGS): New.  Set
    	to "-static-pie" if target compiler supports it.
    	* testsuite/ld-elf/elf.exp: Run -static-pie tests if
    	$STATIC_PIE_LDFLAGS isn't empty.
    	* testsuite/ld-ifunc/ifunc.exp: Likewise.

commit a0ea3a14dc6a6062c0c1f2bfbb7ad0373ec20843
Author: H.J. Lu <hjl.tools@gmail.com>
Date:   Thu Apr 11 06:44:53 2019 -0700

    Check corrupt VTENTRY entry in bfd_elf_gc_record_vtentry
    
    Instead of BFD_ASSERT (h != NULL) with
    
    ld: BFD ... assertion fail .../bfd/elf64-x86-64.c:2562
    ld: bad.o: invalid string offset 50331648 >= 371 for section `nterp'
    
    check corrupt VTENTRY entry in bfd_elf_gc_record_vtentry with
    
    ld: bad.o: section 'g': corrupt VTENTRY entry
    
    	* elf-m10300.c (mn10300_elf_check_relocs): Remove BFD_ASSERT of
    	"h != NULL".  Don't check "h != NULL" before calling.
    	bfd_elf_gc_record_vtentry.
    	* elf32-arm.c (elf32_arm_check_relocs): Likewise.
    	* elf32-bfin.c (bfin_check_relocs): Likewise.
    	* elf32-cris.c (cris_elf_check_relocs): Likewise.
    	* elf32-csky.c (csky_elf_check_relocs): Likewise.
    	* elf32-d10v.c (elf32_d10v_check_relocs): Likewise.
    	* elf32-dlx.c (elf32_dlx_check_relocs): Likewise.
    	* elf32-fr30.c (fr30_elf_check_relocs): Likewise.
    	* elf32-frv.c (elf32_frv_check_relocs): Likewise.
    	* elf32-hppa.c (elf32_hppa_check_relocs): Likewise.
    	* elf32-i386.c (elf_i386_check_relocs): Likewise.
    	* elf32-iq2000.c (iq2000_elf_check_relocs): Likewise.
    	* elf32-m32r.c (m32r_elf_check_relocs): Likewise.
    	* elf32-m68hc1x.c (elf32_m68hc11_check_relocs): Likewise.
    	* elf32-m68k.c (elf_m68k_check_relocs): Likewise.
    	* elf32-mcore.c (mcore_elf_check_relocs): Likewise.
    	* elf32-metag.c (elf_metag_check_relocs): Likewise.
    	* elf32-or1k.c (or1k_elf_check_relocs): Likewise.
    	* elf32-ppc.c (ppc_elf_check_relocs): Likewise.
    	* elf32-s390.c (elf_s390_check_relocs): Likewise.
    	* elf32-sh.c (sh_elf_check_relocs): Likewise.
    	* elf32-v850.c (v850_elf_check_relocs): Likewise.
    	* elf32-vax.c (elf_vax_check_relocs): Likewise.
    	* elf32-xstormy16.c (xstormy16_elf_check_relocs): Likewise.
    	* elf32-xtensa.c (elf_xtensa_check_relocs): Likewise.
    	* elf64-mmix.c (mmix_elf_check_relocs): Likewise.
    	* elf64-ppc.c (ppc64_elf_check_relocs): Likewise.
    	* elf64-s390.c (elf_s390_check_relocs): Likewise.
    	* elf64-x86-64.c (elf_s390_check_relocs): Likewise.
    	* elfxx-mips.c (_bfd_mips_elf_check_relocs): Likewise.
    	* elfxx-sparc.c (_bfd_sparc_elf_check_relocs): Likewise.
    	* elflink.c (bfd_elf_gc_record_vtinherit): Check for corrupt
    	VTENTRY entry.

commit 9bff840e8cc560f5096a43609ed3e0d980733fd9
Author: Alan Modra <amodra@gmail.com>
Date:   Thu Apr 11 19:42:31 2019 +0930

    PR24435, buffer overflow reading dynamic entries
    
    	PR 24435
    	* elflink.c (elf_link_add_object_symbols): Don't read partial
    	dynamic entries from fuzzed objects.

commit ce12121b63145322b4961bbb2b94b939cb916ba7
Author: Tamar Christina <tamar.christina@arm.com>
Date:   Thu Apr 11 11:27:28 2019 +0100

    AArch64: When DF_BIND_NOW don't use TLSDESC GOT value.
    
    When using DF_BIND_NOW on AArch64 we don't reserve the GOT slot for a TLSDESC,
    but we still emitted DT_TLSDESC_GOT and DT_TLSDESC_PLT.  This caused random
    memory corruption as the "special" value of (bfd_vma)-1 would be set for
    dt_tlsdesc_got.
    
    Since we don't have a value of dt_tlsdesc_got I also don't emit DT_TLSDESC_PLT
    now becuase it would point to an incomplete PLT. To be able to write the PLT
    entry DT_TLSDESC_GOT is needed and since we don't have one we can't write the
    PLT entry either.
    
    It is my understanding that GLIBC doesn't need these two entries when not lazy
    loading.  Conversely AArch32 does not reserve neither the GOT not the PLT slot
    when doing DF_BIND_NOW.
    
    AArch32 does not need these checks because these values are initialized to 0
    and so the if (...) checks don't pass, but on AArch64 these are initialized
    to (bfd_vma)-1 and thus we need some extra checks.
    
    bfd/ChangeLog:
    
    	PR ld/24302
    	* elfnn-aarch64.c (elfNN_aarch64_size_dynamic_sections): Don't emit
    	DT_TLSDESC_GOT and DT_TLSDESC_PLT when DF_BIND_NOW.
    	(elfNN_aarch64_finish_dynamic_sections): Don't write PLT if DF_BIND_NOW.
    
    ld/ChangeLog:
    
    	PR ld/24302
    	* testsuite/ld-aarch64/aarch64-elf.exp: Add new test.
    	* testsuite/ld-aarch64/tls-relax-gdesc-le-now.d: New test.

commit bd7ceb8d26e011ff3fd23402ec2587d7c374f090
Author: Sudakshina Das <sudi.das@arm.com>
Date:   Thu Apr 11 10:19:37 2019 +0100

    [BINUTILS, AArch64, 2/2] Update Store Allocation Tag instructions
    
    This patch updates the Store allocation tags instructions in
    Armv8.5-A Memory Tagging Extension. This is part of the changes
    that have been introduced recently in the 00bet10 release
    
    All of these instructions have an updated register operand (Xt -> <Xt|SP>)
    
    - STG <Xt|SP>, [<Xn|SP>, #<simm>]
    - STG <Xt|SP>, [<Xn|SP>, #<simm>]!
    - STG <Xt|SP>, [<Xn|SP>], #<simm>
    - STZG <Xt|SP>, [<Xn|SP>, #<simm>]
    - STZG <Xt|SP>, [<Xn|SP>, #<simm>]!
    - STZG <Xt|SP>, [<Xn|SP>], #<simm>
    - ST2G <Xt|SP>, [<Xn|SP>, #<simm>]
    - ST2G <Xt|SP>, [<Xn|SP>, #<simm>]!
    - ST2G <Xt|SP>, [<Xn|SP>], #<simm>
    - STZ2G <Xt|SP>, [<Xn|SP>, #<simm>]
    - STZ2G <Xt|SP>, [<Xn|SP>, #<simm>]!
    - STZ2G <Xt|SP>, [<Xn|SP>], #<simm>
    
    In order to accept <Rt|SP> a new operand type Rt_SP is introduced which has
    the same field as FLD_Rt but follows other semantics of Rn_SP.
    
    *** gas/ChangeLog ***
    
    2019-04-11  Sudakshina Das  <sudi.das@arm.com>
    
    	* config/tc-aarch64.c (process_omitted_operand): Add case for
    	AARCH64_OPND_Rt_SP.
    	(parse_operands): Likewise.
    	* testsuite/gas/aarch64/armv8_5-a-memtag.d: Update tests.
    	* testsuite/gas/aarch64/armv8_5-a-memtag.s: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/gas/aarch64/illegal-memtag.l: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/gas/aarch64/illegal-memtag.s: Likewise.
    
    *** include/ChangeLog ***
    
    2019-04-11  Sudakshina Das  <sudi.das@arm.com>
    
    	* opcode/aarch64.h (enum aarch64_opnd): Add AARCH64_OPND_Rt_SP.
    
    *** opcodes/ChangeLog ***
    
    2019-04-11  Sudakshina Das  <sudi.das@arm.com>
    
    	* aarch64-opc.c (aarch64_print_operand): Add case for
    	AARCH64_OPND_Rt_SP.
    	(verify_constraints): Likewise.
    	* aarch64-tbl.h (QL_LDST_AT): Update to add SP qualifier.
    	(struct aarch64_opcode): Update stg, stzg, st2g, stz2g instructions
    	to accept Rt|SP as first operand.
    	(AARCH64_OPERANDS): Add new Rt_SP.
    	* aarch64-asm-2.c: Regenerated.
    	* aarch64-dis-2.c: Regenerated.
    	* aarch64-opc-2.c: Regenerated.

commit e54010f1aeb050cb9d65862a0afe9095a7a85f27
Author: Sudakshina Das <sudi.das@arm.com>
Date:   Thu Apr 11 10:13:23 2019 +0100

    [BINUTILS, AArch64, 1/2] Add new LDGM/STGM instruction
    
    This patch adds the new LDGM/STGM instructions of the
    Armv8.5-A Memory Tagging Extension. This is part of the changes
    that have been introduced recently in the 00bet10 release
    
    The instructions are as follows:
    LDGM Xt, [<Xn|SP>]
    STGM Xt, [<Xn|SP>]
    
    *** gas/ChangeLog ***
    
    2019-04-11  Sudakshina Das  <sudi.das@arm.com>
    
    	* testsuite/gas/aarch64/armv8_5-a-memtag.d: New tests for ldgm and stgm.
    	* testsuite/gas/aarch64/armv8_5-a-memtag.s: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/gas/aarch64/illegal-memtag.l: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/gas/aarch64/illegal-memtag.s: Likewise.
    
    *** opcodes/ChangeLog ***
    
    2019-04-11  Sudakshina Das  <sudi.das@arm.com>
    
    	* aarch64-asm-2.c: Regenerated.
    	* aarch64-dis-2.c: Likewise.
    	* aarch64-opc-2.c: Likewise.
    	* aarch64-tbl.h (aarch64_opcode): Add new ldgm and stgm.

commit 68811f8ff84895ef1cad37ac6947f1a340dd2ae2
Author: Alan Hayward <alan.hayward@arm.com>
Date:   Wed Apr 10 15:58:27 2019 +0100

    AArch64: Ensure regcache is reset between tests
    
    A recent change made the AArch64 self tests resuse the saved regs
    cache, rather than creating a new one.  Ensure it is reset to default
    values between tests.
    
    Do this by splitting the reset functionality from trad_frame_alloc_saved_regs
    into a new function.
    
    Fixes selftest on AArch64.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    
    	* aarch64-tdep.c (aarch64_analyze_prologue_test): Reset saved regs.
    	* trad-frame.c (trad_frame_reset_saved_regs): New function.
    	(trad_frame_alloc_saved_regs): Call trad_frame_reset_saved_regs.
    	* trad-frame.h (trad_frame_reset_saved_regs): New declaration.

commit 795e3bb7de9ce2eb1ec3de3faf8f6bc925a58c9e
Author: H.J. Lu <hjl.tools@gmail.com>
Date:   Wed Apr 10 18:36:05 2019 -0700

    ld: Don't define __rel[a]_iplt_start/__rel[a]_iplt_end in PIE
    
    __rel[a]_iplt_start and __rel[a]_iplt_end are defined to handle IFUNC in
    static executables.  For PIE, since IFUNC is handled as the part of the
    normal dynamic relocation processing, there is no need to define these
    symbols in PIE.
    
    	* scripttempl/elf.sc (CREATE_PIC): New.  Set for CREATE_SHLIB or
    	CREATE_PIE.
    	(__rel_iplt_start): Don't define for CREATE_PIC.
    	(__rel_iplt_end): Likewise.
    	(__rela_iplt_start): Likewise.
    	(__rela_iplt_end): Likewise.

commit 3f52fdbcb599f76b4838020721ca6c9f1cc28f84
Author: Kevin Buettner <kevinb@redhat.com>
Date:   Sat Mar 16 12:40:01 2019 -0700

    Fix amd64->i386 linux syscall restart problem
    
    This commit fixes some failures in gdb.base/interrupt.exp
    when debugging a 32-bit i386 linux inferior from an amd64 host.
    
    When running the following test...
    
      make check RUNTESTFLAGS="--target_board unix/-m32 interrupt.exp"
    
    ... without this commit, I see the following output:
    
    FAIL: gdb.base/interrupt.exp: continue (the program exited)
    FAIL: gdb.base/interrupt.exp: echo data
    FAIL: gdb.base/interrupt.exp: Send Control-C, second time
    FAIL: gdb.base/interrupt.exp: signal SIGINT (the program is no longer running)
    ERROR: Undefined command "".
    ERROR: GDB process no longer exists
    
    		=== gdb Summary ===
    
    When the test is run with this commit in place, we see 12 passes
    instead.  This is the desired behavior.
    
    Analysis:
    
    On Linux, when a syscall is interrupted by a signal, the syscall
    may return -ERESTARTSYS when a signal occurs.  Doing so indicates that
    the syscall is restartable.  Then, depending on settings associated
    with the signal handler, and after the signal handler is called, the
    kernel can then either return -EINTR or can cause the syscall to be
    restarted.  In this discussion, we are concerned with the latter
    case.
    
    On i386, the kernel returns this status via the EAX register.
    
    When debugging a 32-bit (i386) process from a 64-bit (amd64)
    GDB, the debugger fetches 64-bit registers even though the
    process being debugged is 32-bit.  Since we're debugging a 32-bit
    target, only 32 bits are being saved in the register cache.
    Now, ideally, GDB would save all 64-bits in the regcache and
    then would be able to restore those same values when it comes
    time to continue the target.  I've looked into doing this, but
    it's not easy and I don't see many benefits to doing so.  One
    benefit, however, would be that EAX would appear as a negative
    value for doing syscall restarts.
    
    At the moment, GDB is setting the high 32 bits of RAX (and other
    registers too) to 0.  So, when GDB restores EAX just prior to
    a syscall restart, the high 32 bits of RAX are zeroed, thus making
    it look like a positive value.  For this particular purpose, we
    need to sign extend EAX so that RAX will appear as a negative
    value when EAX is set to -ERESTARTSYS.  This in turn will cause
    the signal handling code in the kernel to recognize -ERESTARTSYS
    which will in turn cause the syscall to be restarted.
    
    This commit is based on work by Jan Kratochvil from 2009:
    
    https://sourceware.org/ml/gdb-patches/2009-11/msg00592.html
    
    Jan's patch had the sign extension code in amd64-nat.c.  Several
    other native targets make use of this code, so it seemed better
    to move the sign extension code to a linux specific file.  I
    also added similar code to gdbserver.
    
    Another approach is to fix the problem in the kernel.  Hui Zhu
    tried to get a fix into the kernel back in 2014, but it was not
    accepted.  Discussion regarding this approach may be found here:
    
    https://lore.kernel.org/patchwork/patch/457841/
    
    Even if a fix were to be put into the kernel, we'd still need
    some kind of fix in GDB in order to support older kernels.
    
    Finally, I'll note that Fedora has been carrying a similar patch for
    at least nine years.  Other distributions, including RHEL and CentOS
    have picked up this change and have been using it too.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    
    	* amd64-linux-nat.c (amd64_linux_collect_native_gregset): New
    	function.
    	(fill_gregset): Call amd64_linux_collect_native_gregset instead
    	of amd64_collect_native_gregset.
    	(amd64_linux_nat_target::store_registers): Likewise.
    
    gdb/gdbserver/ChangeLog:
    
    	* linux-x86-low.c (x86_fill_gregset): Sign extend EAX value
    	when using a 64-bit gdbserver.

commit e7f0831be837c00511573e4466a57cc0b8b097d4
Author: GDB Administrator <gdbadmin@sourceware.org>
Date:   Thu Apr 11 00:00:28 2019 +0000

    Automatic date update in version.in

commit c1202057eb9161a86af27d867703235fee7b7555
Author: Nick Clifton <nickc@redhat.com>
Date:   Wed Apr 10 15:49:36 2019 +0100

    Pull in patch for libiberty that fixes a stack exhaustion bug when demangling a pathalogically constructed mangled name.
    
    	PR 89394
    	* cp-demangle.c (cplus_demangle_fill_name): Reject negative
    	lengths.
    	(d_count_templates_scopes): Replace num_templates and num_scopes
    	parameters with a struct d_print_info pointer parameter.  Adjust
    	body of the function accordingly.  Add recursion counter and check
    	that the recursion limit is not reached.
    	(d_print_init): Pass dpi parameter to d_count_templates_scopes.
    	Reset recursion counter afterwards, unless the recursion limit was
    	reached.

commit e9ad22ee5f0a40dfa1182ee68e3349dd72a42afe
Author: Tom Tromey <tom@tromey.com>
Date:   Sun Mar 10 15:37:20 2019 -0600

    Introduce a separate debug objfile iterator
    
    This introduces a new iterator and range adapter for iteration over
    the separate debug files of a given objfile.  As in the current
    approach, the requested objfile is returned first, followed by the
    separate debug objfiles.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-04-10  Tom Tromey  <tom@tromey.com>
    
    	* symtab.c (lookup_global_symbol_from_objfile)
    	(lookup_symbol_in_objfile_from_linkage_name): Use the iterator.
    	* objfiles.h (class separate_debug_iterator): New.
    	(class separate_debug_range): New.
    	(struct objfile) <separate_debug_objfiles>: New method.
    	(objfile_separate_debug_iterate): Don't declare.
    	* objfiles.c (separate_debug_iterator::operator++): Rename from
    	objfile_separate_debug_iterate.
    	(objfile_relocate, objfile_rebase, objfile_has_symbols): Use the
    	iterator.
    	* minsyms.c (lookup_minimal_symbol_by_pc_section): Use the
    	iterator.

commit ee3711344b6e0cffeb237fa6889aab04853f9004
Author: Tom Tromey <tom@tromey.com>
Date:   Sun Mar 10 15:01:26 2019 -0600

    Fix a couple of comments
    
    While working on objfiles I noticed a typo in one comment, and another
    comment that, as far as I can tell, has been obsolete for a very long
    time.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-04-10  Tom Tromey  <tom@tromey.com>
    
    	* symfile.c (reread_symbols): Remove old comment.
    	* objfiles.c (free_all_objfiles): Fix a typo.

commit bf227d6105cb3908cde816429c84569da12e829c
Author: Tom Tromey <tom@tromey.com>
Date:   Sat Jan 19 21:30:36 2019 -0700

    Remove some uses of "object_files"
    
    The "object_files" macro is sometimes used when iterating over
    objfiles.  This patch removes a few such uses in favor of the new
    range adapter.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-04-10  Tom Tromey  <tom@tromey.com>
    
    	* ia64-tdep.c (ia64_get_dyn_info_list): Use foreach.
    	* minsyms.c (lookup_minimal_symbol): Use foreach.
    	(lookup_minimal_symbol_text, lookup_minimal_symbol_by_pc_name)
    	(lookup_minimal_symbol_solib_trampoline): Likewise.
    	* symfile.c (reread_symbols): Use foreach.

commit b05971a652c35ed72d3c95290e18d8f6e4ef6c46
Author: Michael Forney <mforney@mforney.org>
Date:   Wed Apr 10 18:17:37 2019 +0930

    PR24427, bfd/doc/chew.c reads uninitialized memory and subtracts from function pointer
    
    	PR 24427
    	* doc/chew.c (free_words): Correctly free "push_text" strings.

commit a5def729be2596496aec225e843903b25c672e01
Author: Rainer Orth <ro@CeBiTec.Uni-Bielefeld.DE>
Date:   Wed Apr 10 09:48:43 2019 +0200

    Disable R_X86_64_PLT32 generation as branch marker on Solaris/x86
    
    The fix H.J. implemented for PR gas/22791 in the thread starting at
    
    	[PATCH] x86-64: Treat PC32 relocation with branch as PLT32
    	https://sourceware.org/ml/binutils/2018-02/msg00065.html
    
    is causing problems on Solaris/x86.  The native linker is strongly
    preferred there, and there's no intention of implementing the linker
    optimization he plans there.  Besides, the kernel runtime linker,
    otherwise has no need to deal with that reloc at all, and instead of
    adding (possibly even more) workarounds with no benefit, it seems
    appropriate to disable the R_X86_64_PLT32 generation as branch marker on
    Solaris/x86 in the first place.
    
    The patch itself is trivial, the only complication is adapting the
    testsuite.  Since I've found no way to have conditional sections in the
    .d files, I've instead used the solution already found elsewhere of
    having separate .d files for the affected tests in an i386/solaris
    subdirectory and skipping the original ones.
    
    Tested on amd64-pc-solaris2.11 and x86_64-pc-linux-gnu without
    regressions.
    
    	* config/tc-i386.c (need_plt32_p) [TE_SOLARIS]: Return FALSE.
    	* testsuite/gas/i386/solaris/solaris.exp: New driver.
    	* testsuite/gas/i386/solaris/reloc64.d,
    	testsuite/gas/i386/solaris/x86-64-jump.d,
    	testsuite/gas/i386/solaris/x86-64-mpx-branch-1.d,
    	testsuite/gas/i386/solaris/x86-64-mpx-branch-2.d,
    	testsuite/gas/i386/solaris/x86-64-nop-3.d,
    	testsuite/gas/i386/solaris/x86-64-nop-4.d,
    	testsuite/gas/i386/solaris/x86-64-nop-5.d,
    	testsuite/gas/i386/solaris/x86-64-relax-2.d,
    	testsuite/gas/i386/solaris/x86-64-relax-3.d: New tests.
    	* testsuite/gas/i386/reloc64.d,
    	testsuite/gas/i386/x86-64-jump.d,
    	testsuite/gas/i386/x86-64-mpx-branch-1.d,
    	testsuite/gas/i386/x86-64-mpx-branch-2.d,
    	testsuite/gas/i386/x86-64-nop-3.d,
    	testsuite/gas/i386/x86-64-nop-4.d,
    	testsuite/gas/i386/x86-64-nop-5.d,
    	testsuite/gas/i386/x86-64-relax-2.d,
    	testsuite/gas/i386/x86-64-relax-3.d: Skip on *-*-solaris*.

commit e6aded7c34054a2eea55ec56ca3b997ddd0197cf
Author: Alan Modra <amodra@gmail.com>
Date:   Wed Apr 10 15:30:37 2019 +0930

    Re: XFAIL PR ld/20995 tests for lynxos and nto targets
    
    	* testsuite/ld-elf/shared.exp: Don't xfail PR ld/20995 for
    	powerpc-nto.

commit 53b81c6de19a1f89e3c797631e72d05ba41444dc
Author: Alan Modra <amodra@gmail.com>
Date:   Wed Apr 10 11:58:15 2019 +0930

    cskyelf.em branch stub handling
    
    This fixes the csky-elf ld-elf/pr21884 and ld-unique/pr21529 failures,
    by disabling branch stubs for binary (and other non-csky) output.
    The csky-linux target gets branch stubs off by default because
    presumably there are reasons why branch stubs were disabled, but
    rather than killing the support completely it can be enabled by
    --branch-stub.
    
    	* emultempl/cskyelf.em (csk_elf_before_parse): New function,
    	setting use_branch_stub false for linux.
    	(csky_elf_create_output_section_statements): Do emit this
    	function and all others in the file for linux, plus the branch
    	option control.  Disable branch stubs when non-ELF.

commit c55b17b8098abde4ae7dfe0ec1f3b22a7fb0a34d
Author: Alan Modra <amodra@gmail.com>
Date:   Wed Apr 10 11:35:48 2019 +0930

    Fix some ld dependencies
    
    In looking at the csky-elf vs. csky-linux differences, the first thing
    I compared was csky_elf.sh and cskyelf_linux.sh.  Those files are
    mostly the same but besides the real differences, annoyingly have some
    lines ordered differently.  It's better in such cases to have one file
    source the other, making differences plain.  This patch does that for
    csky and microblaze, removes an unused variable defined in a few
    places, and fixes ld makefile dependencies.
    
    	* Makefile.am (eskyelf.c, eskyelf_linux.c): Depend on cskyelf.em.
    	(ecskyelf_linux.c): Depend on cskyelf.sh.
    	(eelf32microblazeel.c): Depend on elf32microblaze.sh.
    	* Makefile.in: Regenerate.
    	* emulparams/cskyelf.sh: Comment regarding cskelf_linux.sh.
    	(PAGE_SIZE): Don't define.
    	* emulparams/cskyelf_linux.sh: Source sckyelf.sh, leaving just
    	the differing variable defs/undefs.
    	* emulparams/elf32mcore.sh (PAGE_SIZE): Don't define.
    	* emulparams/elf32microblaze.sh: Comment re. elf32microblazeel.sh.
    	(OUTPUT_FORMAT): Use BIG_OUTPUT_FORMAT.
    	(PAGE_SIZE): Don't define.
    	* emulparams/elf32microblazeel.sh: Source elf32microblaze.sh,
    	leaving just the differing OUTPUT_FORMAT.

commit 6feda62721cd6e288f79b0ee5f1489fee8e570ab
Author: Alan Modra <amodra@gmail.com>
Date:   Wed Apr 10 11:57:00 2019 +0930

    Regen BLD-POTFILES.in
    
    	* po/BLD-POTFILES.in: Regenerate.

commit 12400dcc0f3a4be8d1d165dc2b3a9f0bb9b579f0
Author: Alan Modra <amodra@gmail.com>
Date:   Mon Apr 8 16:57:51 2019 +0930

    te-cloudabi.h
    
    This patch is aimed a fixing large numbers of x86_64-cloudabi failures
    caused by gas selecting the wrong target name.
    
    	* config/te-cloudabi.h: New file.
    	* config/tc-aarch64.c (aarch64_after_parse_args): Use TE_CLOUDABI
    	rather than TARGET_OS to select cloudabi.
    	* config/tc-i386.h (ELF_TARGET_FORMAT64): Define for TE_CLOUDABI.
    	* configure.tgt (*-*-cloudabi*): Set em=cloudabi.

commit 789ce185ac3353ed5bc21dd8ea70a8094e4876d5
Author: GDB Administrator <gdbadmin@sourceware.org>
Date:   Wed Apr 10 00:00:40 2019 +0000

    Automatic date update in version.in

commit 8dc433a0fb04f8fa37530d0788053dd9bea5c37d
Author: Tom Tromey <tromey@adacore.com>
Date:   Tue Apr 9 13:19:28 2019 -0600

    Fix Rust lexer buglet
    
    PR rust/24414 points out that the Rust lexer uses strtoul when lexing
    an integer, and that this can give the wrong results in some
    situations.
    
    This patch changes it to use strtoulst, like most of the rest of gdb.
    It also adds a self test.
    
    Tested on x86-64 Fedora 29 using an i686 build.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-04-09  Ivan Begert  <ivanbegert@gmail.com>
    	    Tom Tromey  <tromey@adacore.com>
    
    	PR rust/24414:
    	* rust-exp.y (rust_parser::lex_number): Use strtoulst.
    	(rust_lex_int_test): Change "value" to be LONGEST.
    	(rust_lex_tests): Add test for long integer literal.

commit b0319eaaf9d1f4e730c532058f2fff0b4e5ce682
Author: Tom Tromey <tromey@adacore.com>
Date:   Thu Apr 4 16:57:11 2019 -0600

    Use find_thread_in_random in select_event_lwp
    
    I noticed that find_thread_in_random duplicates the code in
    find_thread_in_random, so this patch changes the latter to use the
    former.
    
    There are two other spots in gdb that do this, but to unify all of
    them would require switching some code from using the "iterate over"
    idiom to using iterators.
    
    Another possible improvement is that find_thread_in_random could be
    made single-pass using reservoir sampling.
    
    Tested by the buildbot.
    
    gdb/gdbserver/ChangeLog
    2019-04-09  Tom Tromey  <tromey@adacore.com>
    
    	* linux-low.c (select_event_lwp): Use find_thread_in_random.

commit 9ab8741a48294e19d514721c710c81bba46db7f2
Author: Tom Tromey <tromey@adacore.com>
Date:   Thu Apr 4 17:03:27 2019 -0600

    Consistently use bool for fake_pid_p
    
    I noticed a few spots where fake_pid_p is handled as an int, whereas
    the field in struct inferior has type bool.  This patch changes the
    remaining places to use bool as well.
    
    Tested by the buildbot.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-04-09  Tom Tromey  <tromey@adacore.com>
    
    	* remote.c (remote_target::remote_add_inferior): Change fake_pid_p
    	to bool.
    	(extended_remote_target::attach): Update.
    	(remote_target::remote_notice_new_inferior): Update.
    	(remote_target::add_current_inferior_and_thread): Update.
    	* inferior.c (exit_inferior_1): Use "false".
    	* corelow.c (add_to_thread_list): Make fake_pid_p bool.

commit 9ca1957fcb3c6904d9e5fb0a0e78d4b98f76b1b6
Author: Simon Marchi <simon.marchi@efficios.com>
Date:   Tue Apr 9 12:35:29 2019 -0400

    Fix typo in latest ChangeLog entry

commit e242fd1249ae85a97f08f95d5c61f4cbe3b906e0
Author: Simon Marchi <simon.marchi@efficios.com>
Date:   Tue Apr 9 12:32:26 2019 -0400

    Use -qualified flag when setting temporary breakpoint in start command
    
    When using the "start" command, GDB puts a temporary breakpoint on the
    "main" symbol (we literally invoke the tbreak command).  However, since
    it does wild matching by default, it also puts a breakpoint on any C++
    method or "main" function in a namespace.  For example, when debugging
    GDB, it creates a total of 24 locations:
    
      (gdb) start
      Temporary breakpoint 1 at 0x198c1e9: main. (24 locations)
    
    as there are a bunch of methods called main in the selftests, such as
    
      selftests::string_view::capacity_1::main()
    
    If such method was called in the constructor of a global object, or a
    function marked with the attribute "constructor", then we would stop at
    the wrong place.  Also, this causes a few extra symtabs (those that
    contain the "wrong" mains) to be expanded for nothing.
    
    The dummiest, most straightforward solution is to add -qualified when
    invoking tbreak.  With this patch, "start" creates a single-location
    breakpoint, as expected.
    
    I copied the start.exp test to start-cpp.exp and made it use a C++ test
    file, which contains two main functions.  The new test verifies that the
    output of "start" is the output we get when we set a single-location
    breakpoint.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    
    	* infcmd.c (run_command_1): Pass -qualified to tbreak when usind
    	the "start" command.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog:
    
    	* gdb.base/start-cpp.exp: New file.
    	* gdb.base/start-cpp.cc: New file.

commit 7e96e219a4fc703282ea5b0cc8845a96c01ca030
Author: Robert Suchanek <robert.suchanek@mips.com>
Date:   Tue Apr 9 17:30:26 2019 +0800

    [MIPS] Add RDHWR with the SEL field for MIPS R6.
    
    In Release 6 of the MIPS architecture [1], instruction RDHWR supports
    a 3rd operand to serve as the 3-bit select field for the hardware
    register.
    
    [1] "MIPS Architecture for Programmers Volume II-A: The MIPS32
        Instruction Set Manual", Imagination Technologies Ltd., Document
        Number: MD00086, Revision 6.06, December 15, 2016, Section 3.2
        "Alphabetical List of Instructions", pp. 332-334
    
    opcodes/
    	* mips-opc.c (mips_builtin_opcodes): Add RDHWR rt rd sel.
    
    gas/
    	* testsuite/gas/mips/mips.exp: Run hwr-names test.
    	* testsuite/gas/mips/hwr-names.s: Add test cases for RDHWR with
    	the SEL field.
    	* testsuite/gas/mips/mipsr6@hwr-names.d: New file.

commit 2b0c8b019996b23fb4717687f5e7ac8c5620c089
Author: Kevin Buettner <kevinb@redhat.com>
Date:   Wed Mar 20 20:38:33 2019 -0700

    Rename python function thread_from_thread_handle to thread_from_handle
    
    This renaming was done to stay consistent with the naming of the new
    gdb.InferiorThread.handle method.  I had initially named it "thread_handle"
    but Tom Tromey suggested just "handle".
    
    The old name (thread_from_thread_handle) still works, but is marked as
    deprecated in comments in the code as well as in the documentation.
    
    I have some code which uses these functions.  I very much like the
    brevity of the new names.
    
    gdb/doc/ChangeLog:
    
    	* python.texi (Inferiors In Python): Rename
    	Inferior.thread_from_thread_handle to Inferior.thread_from_handle.
    	Add note about the former being deprecated.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    
    	* python/py-inferior.c (infpy_thread_from_thread_handle):
    	Adjust comments to reflect renaming of thread_from_thread_handle
    	to thread_from_handle.  Adjust keywords.  Fix type error message.
    	(inferior_object_methods): Add thread_from_handle.  Retain
    	thread_from_thread_handle, but mark it as deprecated.
    
    testsuite/ChangeLog:
    
    	* gdb.python/py-thrhandle.exp: Adjust tests to call
    	thread_from_handle instead of thread_from_thread_handle.

commit c369f8f0face23a06e0cf114bf70a024ba9b4959
Author: Kevin Buettner <kevinb@redhat.com>
Date:   Sat Sep 15 21:53:38 2018 -0700

    Documentation for python method InferiorThread.handle
    
    gdb/doc/ChangeLog:
    
    	* python.texi (Threads In Python): Add description for method
    	InferiorThread.handle.

commit 947210e5690c61b395ccd887bc58bcb45ccd357b
Author: Kevin Buettner <kevinb@redhat.com>
Date:   Sat Sep 15 21:15:49 2018 -0700

    Tests for gdb.InferiorThread.handle
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog:
    
    	* gdb.python/py-thrhandle.exp: Add tests for
    	gdb.InferiorThread.handle.

commit 50a82723c446c556287dcabe22183bc5cedab566
Author: Kevin Buettner <kevinb@redhat.com>
Date:   Wed Feb 27 15:06:28 2019 -0700

    Support buffer objects as handles in Inferior.thread_from_thread_handle()
    
    InferiorThread.handle() returns a python bytes object.  We'd like to
    be able to pass the output of this function, a thread handle, to
    Inferior.thread_from_thread_handle().  Up to now,
    thread_from_thread_handle() expects to receive a gdb.Value input.
    This commit adds support to also allow a python buffer object to be
    passed as the handle.
    
    infpy_thread_from_thread_handle() calls find_thread_by_handle() which
    has the obvious functionality.  It used to pass the thread handle via
    a struct value pointer.  I've revised this interface to instead pass a
    gdb::array_view<const gdb_byte> object.  (Thanks to Tom Tromey for
    suggesting this data structure over an earlier version which passed a
    gdb_byte pointer and length.)
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    
    	* gdbthread.h (find_thread_by_handle): Revise declaration.
    	* thread.c (find_thread_by_handle): Likewise.  Adjust
    	implementation too.
    	* python/py-inferior.c (infpy_thread_from_thread_handle): Add
    	support for buffer objects as handles.

commit cf63b0162b6cbf74bdb056609d1ad777c6d48954
Author: Kevin Buettner <kevinb@redhat.com>
Date:   Wed Feb 27 14:59:02 2019 -0700

    Add python method InferiorThread.handle
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    
    	* python/py-infthread.c (thpy_thread_handle): New function.
    	(thread_object_methods): Register thpy_thread_handle.

commit 3d6c62048d8408fbfb6c66830e0c650e36259637
Author: Kevin Buettner <kevinb@redhat.com>
Date:   Thu Feb 7 19:16:04 2019 -0700

    Introduce target_ops method thread_info_to_thread_handle
    
    This patch adds a thread_info_to_thread_handle method to the target_ops
    struct.  It also implements this functionality for remote targets and
    linux native threads.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    
    	* gdbthread.h (thread_to_thread_handle): Declare.
    	* thread.c (gdbtypes.h): Include.
    	(thread_to_thread_handle): New function.
    
    	* target.h (struct target_ops): Add thread_info_to_thread_handle.
    	(target_thread_info_to_thread_handle): Declare.
    	* target.c (target_thread_info_to_thread_handle): New function.
    	* target-debug.h (target_debug_print_gdb_byte_vector): Define.
    	* target-delegates.c: Regenerate.
    
    	* linux-thread-db.c (class thread_db_target): Add method
    	thread_info_to_thread_handle.
    	(thread_db_target::thread_info_to_thread_handle): Define.
    	* remote.c (class remote_target): Add new method
    	thread_info_to_thread_handle.
    	(remote_target::thread_info_to_thread_handle): Define.

commit 462cac5884ed4c38e6180b2e2769aaa5225e695b
Author: H.J. Lu <hjl.tools@gmail.com>
Date:   Mon Apr 8 17:04:01 2019 -0700

    x86: Define GNU_PROPERTY_X86_ISA_1_AVX512_BF16
    
    Update assembler and readelf to support
    
     #define GNU_PROPERTY_X86_ISA_1_AVX512_BF16  (1U << 24)
    
    for AVX512_BF16.
    
    binutils/
    
    	* readelf.c (decode_x86_isa): Handle
    	GNU_PROPERTY_X86_ISA_1_AVX512_BF16.
    	* testsuite/binutils-all/i386/pr21231b.d: Updated.
    	* testsuite/binutils-all/x86-64/pr21231b.d: Likewise.
    
    gas/
    
    	* config/tc-i386.c (output_insn): Support
    	GNU_PROPERTY_X86_ISA_1_AVX512_BF16.
    	* testsuite/gas/i386/property-2.s: Add AVX512_BF16 test.
    	* testsuite/gas/i386/property-2.d: Updated.
    	* testsuite/gas/i386/x86-64-property-2.d: Likewise.
    
    include/
    
    	* elf/common.h (GNU_PROPERTY_X86_ISA_1_AVX512_BF16): New.

commit 8c402d4151a18c735d1d23ddbe56957d65322064
Author: GDB Administrator <gdbadmin@sourceware.org>
Date:   Tue Apr 9 00:00:26 2019 +0000

    Automatic date update in version.in

commit c93c0e7f3f21f809d9390e2e7096f7e2cb8334e2
Author: H.J. Lu <hjl.tools@gmail.com>
Date:   Mon Apr 8 13:54:20 2019 -0700

    XFAIL PR ld/20995 tests for lynxos and nto targets
    
    lynxos and nto targets don't support RELRO.
    
    	* testsuite/ld-elf/shared.exp: XFAIL PR ld/20995 tests for
    	lynxos and nto targets.

commit 56be6ea89cdf94078d5dff3734b8c1970dbf52fa
Author: Pedro Alves <palves@redhat.com>
Date:   Mon Apr 8 13:03:54 2019 +0100

    Some gdb_exception{,error,quit} tweaks
    
    - Explicitly include <string> for std::string.
    
    - Use std::make_shared to construct gdb_exception::message instead of
      operator new, avoiding one heap allocation (2 instead of 3).  Add
      'const char *fmt, va_list ap' parameters to
      gdb_exception{,error,quit}'s ctors, and do the std::make_shared in
      the gdb_exception ctor.
    
    - gdb_exception_error's constructor does not need to have an 'enum
      return_reason' parameter, since it is always RETURN_ERROR, by
      definition.
    
    - Similarly, gdb_exception_quit's contructor does not need to have
      'enum return_reason'/'enum errors' parameters.
    
    - In the gdb_exception_{quit,_error} ctors that take a gdb_exception
      as argument, assert that they're being passed a gdb_exception object
      of the right 'reason'.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    2019-04-08  Pedro Alves  <palves@redhat.com>
    
    	* common/common-exceptions.c (throw_exception): Don't create
    	named object to throw; throw directly.
    	(throw_it): Likewise.  Don't initialize gdb_exception::message
    	here, with new; pass FMT and AP to the ctor instead.
    	* common/common-exceptions.h: Include <string>.
    	(gdb_exception::gdb_exception(enum return_reason, enum errors,
    	const char *, va_list)): New ctor.  Use std::make_shared.
    	(gdb_exception_error::gdb_exception_error(enum return_reason, enum
    	errors)): Delete.
    	(gdb_exception_error::gdb_exception_error(enum errors, const char
    	*, va_list)): New.
    	(gdb_exception_error::gdb_exception_error(const gdb_exception &)):
    	Add assertion.
    	(gdb_exception_quit::gdb_exception_quit(enum return_reason, enum
    	errors)): Delete.
    	(gdb_exception_quit::gdb_exception_quit(const char *, va_list)): New.
    	(gdb_exception_quit::gdb_exception_quit(const gdb_exception &)):
    	Add assertion.

commit 3ae61bb67d62eb53d110835b8b7c3a289e6bce45
Author: H.J. Lu <hjl.tools@gmail.com>
Date:   Mon Apr 8 11:58:51 2019 -0700

    x86: Remove i386-*-kaos* and i386-*-chaos targets
    
    Remove i386-*-kaos* and i386-*-chaos targets since they are no longer
    supported by config.sub:
    
    $ .../config.sub i386-kaos
    Invalid configuration `i386-kaos': system `kaos' not recognized
    $ .../config.sub i386-chaos
    Invalid configuration `i386-chaos': system `chaos' not recognized
    $
    
    bfd/
    
    	* config.bfd: Remove i[3-7]86-*-kaos* and i[3-7]86-*-chaos targets.
    
    gas/
    
    	* configure.tgt: Remove i386-*-kaos* and i386-*-chaos targets.
    	* testsuite/gas/i386/i386.exp: Remove *-*-caos* and "*-*-kaos*
    	check.
    
    ld/
    
    	* Makefile.am (ALL_EMULATION_SOURCES): Remove eelf_i386_chaos.c.
    	(eelf_i386_chaos.c): Removed.
    	* Makefile.in: Regenerated.
    	* configure.tgt: Remove i[3-7]86-*-kaos*.
    	* emulparams/elf_i386_chaos.sh: Removed.

commit 82b535931242b017a0929460e38c430178b0d72e
Author: H.J. Lu <hjl.tools@gmail.com>
Date:   Mon Apr 8 11:34:32 2019 -0700

    Count i386-moss as ELF
    
    	* testsuite/binutils-all/nm.exp: Count i386-moss as ELF.

commit da9b5f7be7cb44e832972252dbaf53d242b0e099
Author: H.J. Lu <hjl.tools@gmail.com>
Date:   Mon Apr 8 11:27:57 2019 -0700

    Use elf-x86.em for i386-moss and i386-beos
    
    	* emulparams/elf_i386_be.sh (EXTRA_EM_FILE): New.
    	* emulparams/i386moss.sh (EXTRA_EM_FILE): Likewise.

commit 6f2791d5de45a9490ba6844617feac038c8da8bd
Author: H.J. Lu <hjl.tools@gmail.com>
Date:   Mon Apr 8 11:06:04 2019 -0700

    x86: Consolidate AVX512 BF16 entries in i386-opc.tbl
    
    1. Use single entry for vcvtne2ps2bf16 and vdpbf16ps with Disp8ShiftVL.
    2. Use 5 entries, instead of 8, for vcvtneps2bf16.
    
    	* i386-opc.tbl: Consolidate AVX512 BF16 entries.
    	* i386-init.h: Regenerated.

commit eedc3f4f0a02c9774277bd1a34aab6ebdc32f797
Author: Tom Tromey <tom@tromey.com>
Date:   Mon Jan 28 10:45:45 2019 -0700

    Replace throw_exception with throw in some cases
    
    This replaces throw_exception with "throw;" when possible.  This was
    written by script.  The rule that is followed is that uses of the
    form:
    
       catch (... &name)
         {
           ...
           throw_exception (name);
         }
    
    ... can be rewritten.  This should always be safe, because exceptions
    are caught by const reference, and therefore can't be modified in the
    body of the catch.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-04-08  Tom Tromey  <tom@tromey.com>
    
    	* valops.c (value_rtti_indirect_type): Replace throw_exception
    	with throw.
    	* tracefile-tfile.c (tfile_target_open): Replace throw_exception
    	with throw.
    	* thread.c (thr_try_catch_cmd): Replace throw_exception with
    	throw.
    	* target.c (target_translate_tls_address): Replace throw_exception
    	with throw.
    	* stack.c (frame_apply_command_count): Replace throw_exception
    	with throw.
    	* solib-spu.c (append_ocl_sos): Replace throw_exception with
    	throw.
    	* s390-tdep.c (s390_frame_unwind_cache): Replace throw_exception
    	with throw.
    	* rs6000-tdep.c (rs6000_frame_cache)
    	(rs6000_epilogue_frame_cache): Replace throw_exception with throw.
    	* remote.c: Replace throw_exception with throw.
    	* record-full.c (record_full_message, record_full_wait_1)
    	(record_full_restore): Replace throw_exception with throw.
    	* record-btrace.c:
    	(get_thread_current_frame_id, record_btrace_start_replaying)
    	(cmd_record_btrace_bts_start, cmd_record_btrace_pt_start)
    	(cmd_record_btrace_start): Replace throw_exception with throw.
    	* parse.c (parse_exp_in_context_1): Replace throw_exception with
    	throw.
    	* linux-nat.c (detach_one_lwp, linux_resume_one_lwp)
    	(resume_stopped_resumed_lwps): Replace throw_exception with throw.
    	* linespec.c:
    	(find_linespec_symbols): Replace throw_exception with throw.
    	* infrun.c (displaced_step_prepare, resume): Replace
    	throw_exception with throw.
    	* infcmd.c (post_create_inferior): Replace throw_exception with
    	throw.
    	* inf-loop.c (inferior_event_handler): Replace throw_exception
    	with throw.
    	* i386-tdep.c (i386_frame_cache, i386_epilogue_frame_cache)
    	(i386_sigtramp_frame_cache): Replace throw_exception with throw.
    	* frame.c (frame_unwind_pc, get_prev_frame_if_no_cycle)
    	(get_prev_frame_always, get_frame_pc_if_available)
    	(get_frame_address_in_block_if_available, get_frame_language):
    	Replace throw_exception with throw.
    	* frame-unwind.c (frame_unwind_try_unwinder): Replace
    	throw_exception with throw.
    	* eval.c (fetch_subexp_value, evaluate_var_value)
    	(evaluate_funcall, evaluate_subexp_standard): Replace
    	throw_exception with throw.
    	* dwarf2loc.c (call_site_find_chain)
    	(dwarf2_evaluate_loc_desc_full, dwarf2_locexpr_baton_eval):
    	Replace throw_exception with throw.
    	* dwarf2-frame.c (dwarf2_frame_cache): Replace throw_exception
    	with throw.
    	* darwin-nat.c (darwin_attach_pid): Replace throw_exception with
    	throw.
    	* cp-abi.c (baseclass_offset): Replace throw_exception with throw.
    	* completer.c (complete_line_internal): Replace throw_exception
    	with throw.
    	* compile/compile-object-run.c (compile_object_run): Replace
    	throw_exception with throw.
    	* cli/cli-script.c (process_next_line): Replace throw_exception
    	with throw.
    	* btrace.c (btrace_compute_ftrace_pt, btrace_compute_ftrace)
    	(btrace_enable, btrace_maint_update_pt_packets): Replace
    	throw_exception with throw.
    	* breakpoint.c (create_breakpoint, save_breakpoints): Replace
    	throw_exception with throw.
    	* break-catch-throw.c (re_set_exception_catchpoint): Replace
    	throw_exception with throw.
    	* amd64-tdep.c (amd64_frame_cache, amd64_sigtramp_frame_cache)
    	(amd64_epilogue_frame_cache): Replace throw_exception with throw.
    	* aarch64-tdep.c (aarch64_make_prologue_cache)
    	(aarch64_make_stub_cache): Replace throw_exception with throw.
    
    gdb/gdbserver/ChangeLog
    2019-04-08  Tom Tromey  <tom@tromey.com>
    
    	* linux-low.c (linux_detach_one_lwp): Replace throw_exception with
    	throw.
    	(linux_resume_one_lwp): Likewise.

commit 26003a205e207db7985c32ec1964a04652b68413
Author: Tom Tromey <tom@tromey.com>
Date:   Mon Jan 28 10:56:58 2019 -0700

    Make exception throwing a bit more efficient
    
    This makes exception throwing a bit more efficient, by removing some
    copies.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-04-08  Tom Tromey  <tom@tromey.com>
    
    	* common/common-exceptions.c (throw_exception): Rename from
    	throw_exception_cxx.  Remove old copy.  Make argument const.
    	(throw_it): Create and throw exception objects directly.
    	* common/common-exceptions.h (throw_exception): Make argument
    	const.
    	(struct gdb_exception_error): Add constructor.
    	(struct gdb_exception_quit): Add constructor.

commit d272eb370a4c086a1d0f86a7a94e89328ec8d97e
Author: Tom Tromey <tom@tromey.com>
Date:   Mon Jan 28 10:29:42 2019 -0700

    Remove some now-dead exception code
    
    After the rewriting to use try/catch, some of the exception code is
    now unused.  This patch removes that code.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-04-08  Tom Tromey  <tom@tromey.com>
    
    	* common/common-exceptions.h (exception_rethrow): Don't declare.
    	(TRY_SJLJ): Update comment.
    	(TRY, CATCH, END_CATCH): Remove.
    	* common/common-exceptions.c (exception_rethrow): Remove.

commit 230d2906b9d1d009b22fd526181bf43e1084ed59
Author: Tom Tromey <tom@tromey.com>
Date:   Wed Apr 3 15:59:07 2019 -0600

    Rename gdb exception types
    
    This renames the gdb exception types.  The old types were only needed
    due to the macros in common-exception.h that are now gone.
    
    The intermediate layer of gdb_exception_RETURN_MASK_ALL did not seem
    needed, so this patch removes it entirely.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-04-08  Tom Tromey  <tom@tromey.com>
    
    	* common/common-exceptions.h (gdb_exception_RETURN_MASK_ALL):
    	Remove.
    	(gdb_exception_error): Rename from
    	gdb_exception_RETURN_MASK_ERROR.
    	(gdb_exception_quit): Rename from gdb_exception_RETURN_MASK_QUIT.
    	(gdb_quit_bad_alloc): Update.
    	* aarch64-tdep.c: Update.
    	* ada-lang.c: Update.
    	* ada-typeprint.c: Update.
    	* ada-valprint.c: Update.
    	* amd64-tdep.c: Update.
    	* arch-utils.c: Update.
    	* break-catch-throw.c: Update.
    	* breakpoint.c: Update.
    	* btrace.c: Update.
    	* c-varobj.c: Update.
    	* cli/cli-cmds.c: Update.
    	* cli/cli-interp.c: Update.
    	* cli/cli-script.c: Update.
    	* common/common-exceptions.c: Update.
    	* common/new-op.c: Update.
    	* common/selftest.c: Update.
    	* compile/compile-c-symbols.c: Update.
    	* compile/compile-cplus-symbols.c: Update.
    	* compile/compile-object-load.c: Update.
    	* compile/compile-object-run.c: Update.
    	* completer.c: Update.
    	* corelow.c: Update.
    	* cp-abi.c: Update.
    	* cp-support.c: Update.
    	* cp-valprint.c: Update.
    	* darwin-nat.c: Update.
    	* disasm-selftests.c: Update.
    	* dtrace-probe.c: Update.
    	* dwarf-index-cache.c: Update.
    	* dwarf-index-write.c: Update.
    	* dwarf2-frame-tailcall.c: Update.
    	* dwarf2-frame.c: Update.
    	* dwarf2loc.c: Update.
    	* dwarf2read.c: Update.
    	* eval.c: Update.
    	* event-loop.c: Update.
    	* event-top.c: Update.
    	* exec.c: Update.
    	* f-valprint.c: Update.
    	* fbsd-tdep.c: Update.
    	* frame-unwind.c: Update.
    	* frame.c: Update.
    	* gdbtypes.c: Update.
    	* gnu-v3-abi.c: Update.
    	* guile/guile-internal.h: Update.
    	* guile/scm-block.c: Update.
    	* guile/scm-breakpoint.c: Update.
    	* guile/scm-cmd.c: Update.
    	* guile/scm-disasm.c: Update.
    	* guile/scm-frame.c: Update.
    	* guile/scm-lazy-string.c: Update.
    	* guile/scm-math.c: Update.
    	* guile/scm-param.c: Update.
    	* guile/scm-ports.c: Update.
    	* guile/scm-pretty-print.c: Update.
    	* guile/scm-symbol.c: Update.
    	* guile/scm-symtab.c: Update.
    	* guile/scm-type.c: Update.
    	* guile/scm-value.c: Update.
    	* i386-linux-tdep.c: Update.
    	* i386-tdep.c: Update.
    	* inf-loop.c: Update.
    	* infcall.c: Update.
    	* infcmd.c: Update.
    	* infrun.c: Update.
    	* jit.c: Update.
    	* language.c: Update.
    	* linespec.c: Update.
    	* linux-fork.c: Update.
    	* linux-nat.c: Update.
    	* linux-tdep.c: Update.
    	* linux-thread-db.c: Update.
    	* main.c: Update.
    	* mi/mi-cmd-break.c: Update.
    	* mi/mi-cmd-stack.c: Update.
    	* mi/mi-interp.c: Update.
    	* mi/mi-main.c: Update.
    	* objc-lang.c: Update.
    	* p-valprint.c: Update.
    	* parse.c: Update.
    	* ppc-linux-tdep.c: Update.
    	* printcmd.c: Update.
    	* python/py-arch.c: Update.
    	* python/py-breakpoint.c: Update.
    	* python/py-cmd.c: Update.
    	* python/py-finishbreakpoint.c: Update.
    	* python/py-frame.c: Update.
    	* python/py-framefilter.c: Update.
    	* python/py-gdb-readline.c: Update.
    	* python/py-inferior.c: Update.
    	* python/py-infthread.c: Update.
    	* python/py-lazy-string.c: Update.
    	* python/py-linetable.c: Update.
    	* python/py-objfile.c: Update.
    	* python/py-param.c: Update.
    	* python/py-prettyprint.c: Update.
    	* python/py-progspace.c: Update.
    	* python/py-record-btrace.c: Update.
    	* python/py-record.c: Update.
    	* python/py-symbol.c: Update.
    	* python/py-type.c: Update.
    	* python/py-unwind.c: Update.
    	* python/py-utils.c: Update.
    	* python/py-value.c: Update.
    	* python/python.c: Update.
    	* record-btrace.c: Update.
    	* record-full.c: Update.
    	* remote-fileio.c: Update.
    	* remote.c: Update.
    	* riscv-tdep.c: Update.
    	* rs6000-aix-tdep.c: Update.
    	* rs6000-tdep.c: Update.
    	* rust-exp.y: Update.
    	* rust-lang.c: Update.
    	* s390-tdep.c: Update.
    	* selftest-arch.c: Update.
    	* solib-dsbt.c: Update.
    	* solib-frv.c: Update.
    	* solib-spu.c: Update.
    	* solib-svr4.c: Update.
    	* solib.c: Update.
    	* sparc64-linux-tdep.c: Update.
    	* stack.c: Update.
    	* symfile-mem.c: Update.
    	* symmisc.c: Update.
    	* target.c: Update.
    	* thread.c: Update.
    	* top.c: Update.
    	* tracefile-tfile.c: Update.
    	* tui/tui.c: Update.
    	* typeprint.c: Update.
    	* unittests/cli-utils-selftests.c: Update.
    	* unittests/parse-connection-spec-selftests.c: Update.
    	* valops.c: Update.
    	* valprint.c: Update.
    	* value.c: Update.
    	* varobj.c: Update.
    	* windows-nat.c: Update.
    	* x86-linux-nat.c: Update.
    	* xml-support.c: Update.
    
    gdb/gdbserver/ChangeLog
    2019-04-08  Tom Tromey  <tom@tromey.com>
    
    	* gdbreplay.c: Update.
    	* linux-low.c: Update.
    	* server.c: Update.

commit a70b814420059e1f2de2130d532ddd7b2b2500fc
Author: Tom Tromey <tom@tromey.com>
Date:   Wed Apr 3 16:02:42 2019 -0600

    Rewrite TRY/CATCH
    
    This rewrites gdb's TRY/CATCH to plain C++ try/catch.  The patch was
    largely written by script, though one change (to a comment in
    common-exceptions.h) was reverted by hand.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-04-08  Tom Tromey  <tom@tromey.com>
    
    	* xml-support.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* x86-linux-nat.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* windows-nat.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* varobj.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* value.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* valprint.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* valops.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* unittests/parse-connection-spec-selftests.c: Use C++ exception
    	handling.
    	* unittests/cli-utils-selftests.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* typeprint.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* tui/tui.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* tracefile-tfile.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* top.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* thread.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* target.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* symmisc.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* symfile-mem.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* stack.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* sparc64-linux-tdep.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* solib.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* solib-svr4.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* solib-spu.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* solib-frv.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* solib-dsbt.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* selftest-arch.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* s390-tdep.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* rust-lang.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* rust-exp.y: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* rs6000-tdep.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* rs6000-aix-tdep.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* riscv-tdep.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* remote.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* remote-fileio.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* record-full.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* record-btrace.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* python/python.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* python/py-value.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* python/py-utils.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* python/py-unwind.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* python/py-type.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* python/py-symbol.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* python/py-record.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* python/py-record-btrace.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* python/py-progspace.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* python/py-prettyprint.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* python/py-param.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* python/py-objfile.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* python/py-linetable.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* python/py-lazy-string.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* python/py-infthread.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* python/py-inferior.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* python/py-gdb-readline.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* python/py-framefilter.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* python/py-frame.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* python/py-finishbreakpoint.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* python/py-cmd.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* python/py-breakpoint.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* python/py-arch.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* printcmd.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* ppc-linux-tdep.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* parse.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* p-valprint.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* objc-lang.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* mi/mi-main.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* mi/mi-interp.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* mi/mi-cmd-stack.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* mi/mi-cmd-break.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* main.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* linux-thread-db.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* linux-tdep.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* linux-nat.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* linux-fork.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* linespec.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* language.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* jit.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* infrun.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* infcmd.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* infcall.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* inf-loop.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* i386-tdep.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* i386-linux-tdep.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* guile/scm-value.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* guile/scm-type.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* guile/scm-symtab.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* guile/scm-symbol.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* guile/scm-pretty-print.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* guile/scm-ports.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* guile/scm-param.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* guile/scm-math.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* guile/scm-lazy-string.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* guile/scm-frame.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* guile/scm-disasm.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* guile/scm-cmd.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* guile/scm-breakpoint.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* guile/scm-block.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* guile/guile-internal.h: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* gnu-v3-abi.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* gdbtypes.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* frame.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* frame-unwind.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* fbsd-tdep.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* f-valprint.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* exec.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* event-top.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* event-loop.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* eval.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* dwarf2read.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* dwarf2loc.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* dwarf2-frame.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* dwarf2-frame-tailcall.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* dwarf-index-write.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* dwarf-index-cache.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* dtrace-probe.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* disasm-selftests.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* darwin-nat.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* cp-valprint.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* cp-support.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* cp-abi.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* corelow.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* completer.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* compile/compile-object-run.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* compile/compile-object-load.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* compile/compile-cplus-symbols.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* compile/compile-c-symbols.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* common/selftest.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* common/new-op.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* cli/cli-script.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* cli/cli-interp.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* cli/cli-cmds.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* c-varobj.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* btrace.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* breakpoint.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* break-catch-throw.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* arch-utils.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* amd64-tdep.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* ada-valprint.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* ada-typeprint.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* ada-lang.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* aarch64-tdep.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    
    gdb/gdbserver/ChangeLog
    2019-04-08  Tom Tromey  <tom@tromey.com>
    
    	* server.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* linux-low.c: Use C++ exception handling.
    	* gdbreplay.c: Use C++ exception handling.

commit 3d6e9d2336c9ffcedb10f89631981a23dd518e8e
Author: Tom Tromey <tom@tromey.com>
Date:   Mon Jan 28 10:11:10 2019 -0700

    Make exceptions use std::string and be self-managing
    
    This changes the exception's "message" member to be a shared_ptr
    wrapping a std::string.  This allows removing the stack of exception
    messages, because now exceptions will self-destruct when needed.  This
    also adds a noexcept copy constructor and operator= to gdb_exception,
    plus a "what" method.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-04-08  Tom Tromey  <tom@tromey.com>
    
    	* xml-support.c (gdb_xml_parser::parse): Update.
    	* x86-linux-nat.c (x86_linux_nat_target::enable_btrace): Update.
    	* value.c (show_convenience): Update.
    	* unittests/cli-utils-selftests.c (test_number_or_range_parser)
    	(test_parse_flags_qcs): Update.
    	* thread.c (thr_try_catch_cmd): Update.
    	* target.c (target_translate_tls_address): Update.
    	* stack.c (print_frame_arg, read_frame_local, read_frame_arg)
    	(info_frame_command_core, frame_apply_command_count): Update.
    	* rust-exp.y (rust_lex_exception_test): Update.
    	* riscv-tdep.c (riscv_print_one_register_info): Update.
    	* remote.c (remote_target::enable_btrace): Update.
    	* record-btrace.c (record_btrace_enable_warn): Update.
    	* python/py-utils.c (gdbpy_convert_exception): Update.
    	* printcmd.c (do_one_display, print_variable_and_value): Update.
    	* mi/mi-main.c (mi_print_exception): Update.
    	* mi/mi-interp.c (mi_cmd_interpreter_exec): Use SCOPE_EXIT.
    	* mi/mi-cmd-stack.c (list_arg_or_local): Update.
    	* linux-nat.c (linux_nat_target::attach): Update.
    	* linux-fork.c (class scoped_switch_fork_info): Update.
    	* infrun.c (displaced_step_prepare): Update.
    	* infcall.c (call_function_by_hand_dummy): Update.
    	* guile/scm-exception.c (gdbscm_scm_from_gdb_exception): Update.
    	* gnu-v3-abi.c (print_one_vtable): Update.
    	* frame.c (get_prev_frame_always): Update.
    	* f-valprint.c (info_common_command_for_block): Update.
    	* exec.c (try_open_exec_file): Update.
    	* exceptions.c (print_exception, exception_print)
    	(exception_fprintf, exception_print_same): Update.
    	* dwarf2-frame.c (dwarf2_build_frame_info): Update.
    	* dwarf-index-cache.c (index_cache::store)
    	(index_cache::lookup_gdb_index): Update.
    	* darwin-nat.c (maybe_cache_shell): Update.
    	* cp-valprint.c (cp_print_value_fields): Update.
    	* compile/compile-cplus-symbols.c (gcc_cplus_convert_symbol)
    	(gcc_cplus_symbol_address): Update.
    	* compile/compile-c-symbols.c (gcc_convert_symbol)
    	(gcc_symbol_address, generate_c_for_for_one_variable): Update.
    	* common/selftest.c: Update.
    	* common/common-exceptions.h (struct gdb_exception) <message>: Now
    	a std::string.
    	(exception_try_scope_entry, exception_try_scope_exit): Don't
    	declare.
    	(struct exception_try_scope): Remove.
    	(TRY): Don't use exception_try_scope.
    	(struct gdb_exception): Add constructor, operator=.
    	<what>: New method.
    	(struct gdb_exception_RETURN_MASK_ALL)
    	(struct gdb_exception_RETURN_MASK_ERROR)
    	(struct gdb_exception_RETURN_MASK_QUIT): Add constructor.
    	(struct gdb_quit_bad_alloc): Update.
    	* common/common-exceptions.c (exception_none): Change
    	initializer.
    	(struct catcher) <state, exception>: Initialize inline.
    	<prev>: Remove member.
    	(current_catcher): Remove.
    	(catchers): New global.
    	(exceptions_state_mc_init): Simplify.
    	(catcher_pop): Remove.
    	(exceptions_state_mc, exceptions_state_mc_catch): Update.
    	(try_scope_depth, exception_try_scope_entry)
    	(exception_try_scope_exit): Remove.
    	(throw_exception_sjlj): Update.
    	(exception_messages, exception_messages_size): Remove.
    	(throw_it): Simplify.
    	(gdb_exception_sliced_copy): Remove.
    	(throw_exception_cxx): Update.
    	* cli/cli-script.c (script_from_file): Update.
    	* breakpoint.c (insert_bp_location, update_breakpoint_locations):
    	Update.
    	* ada-valprint.c (ada_val_print): Update.
    	* ada-lang.c (ada_to_fixed_type_1, ada_exception_name_addr)
    	(create_excep_cond_exprs): Update.
    
    gdb/gdbserver/ChangeLog
    2019-04-08  Tom Tromey  <tom@tromey.com>
    
    	* server.c (handle_btrace_general_set, handle_qxfer_btrace)
    	(handle_qxfer_btrace_conf, detach_or_kill_for_exit_cleanup)
    	(captured_main, main): Update.
    	* gdbreplay.c (main): Update.

commit c5c10118216867e133c132b4f46e19fb6aa9258a
Author: Tom Tromey <tom@tromey.com>
Date:   Thu Jan 24 17:31:21 2019 -0700

    Simplify exception handling
    
    Now that cleanups have been removed, TRY/CATCH can't be SJLJ-based any
    more.  This patch simplifies the exception handling code, by removing
    the non-working variants.
    
    Note that the "pure" C++ exception handling code is removed as well; I
    think the route forward must be to change exceptions to be
    self-destructing, so that try_scope_depth can simply be removed.
    
    Some longjmp-based code remains, as it is needed to throw an exception
    through readline.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-04-08  Tom Tromey  <tom@tromey.com>
    
    	* common/common-exceptions.h (GDB_XCPT_SJMP, GDB_XCPT_TRY)
    	(GDB_XCPT_RAW_TRY, GDB_XCPT): Remove.
    	(TRY, CATCH, END_CATCH): Remove some definitions.
    	* common/common-exceptions.c: Don't use GDB_XCPT.
    	(catcher_list_size): Remove.
    	(throw_exception, throw_it): Simplify.

commit d970ee2bae1925bb9265d37adef0b92e2678d666
Author: Alan Modra <amodra@gmail.com>
Date:   Mon Apr 8 14:07:35 2019 +0930

    Fix i386-lynxos and other runtime linker fails
    
    Segfaults due to htab->params being NULL.
    
    	* emulparams/elf64rdos.sh (EXTRA_EM_FILE): Define.
    	* emulparams/i386lynx.sh (EXTRA_EM_FILE): Define.
    	* emulparams/i386nto.sh (EXTRA_EM_FILE): Define.

commit 5f2a6b85105b51f2963aaeb1212c724cab678050
Author: Alan Modra <amodra@gmail.com>
Date:   Mon Apr 8 14:01:17 2019 +0930

    Fix x86_64-rdos build fail
    
    x86_64-rdos is one of the few x86_64 targets that is 64-bit only and
    the x86_64 configure entries don't depend on elf-vxworks.lo.  This
    results in undefined references from elfxx-x86.o.
    
    	* configure.ac (elfxx_x86): Define and use.
    	* configure: Regenerate.

commit 5a826ffff854ddcea96dbe9d9ef1592bb3a4ed12
Author: GDB Administrator <gdbadmin@sourceware.org>
Date:   Mon Apr 8 00:00:38 2019 +0000

    Automatic date update in version.in

commit 48ab418ec75e8b1cbea3e1561de6ec634dad2bf3
Author: Tom Tromey <tom@tromey.com>
Date:   Sat Oct 20 12:30:00 2018 -0600

    Make "all" depend on "info"
    
    I've broken "make info" a couple of times now, because I sometimes
    forget to run "make info" after modifying a Texinfo file.
    
    I don't know why gdb's "make all" doesn't build the info pages.  I
    suspect this was some Cygnus-local oddity back in the day.
    
    This patch changes doc/Makefile.in so that the info pages are built by
    "make all".  As a point of reference, Automake has essentially always
    worked this way.  According to the Automake manual (I didn't
    double-check) this is required by the GNU coding standards.
    
    The first time I sent this patch, I mentioned that I wanted to look
    into some existing bugs in bugzilla about missing "makeinfo".
    However, today I tried and I discovered that BFD requires makeinfo,
    and builds its info file as part of "all".  So, I think this change
    doesn't worsen the situation for users in any way, and can simply go
    in.
    
    gdb/doc/ChangeLog
    2019-04-07  Tom Tromey  <tom@tromey.com>
    
    	* Makefile.in (all): Depend on "info".

commit e392bad3ec99458369723e14ded8c23b5b13073c
Author: Alan Modra <amodra@gmail.com>
Date:   Sun Apr 7 20:47:06 2019 +0930

    print_insn_powerpc tidy
    
    	* ppc-dis.c (print_insn_powerpc): Use a tiny state machine
    	op_separator to control printing of spaces, comma and parens
    	rather than need_comma, need_paren and spaces vars.

commit dffaa15c481cea4081732d616334e24abc557fd1
Author: Alan Modra <amodra@gmail.com>
Date:   Sun Apr 7 20:42:16 2019 +0930

    PR24421, Wrong brackets in opcodes/arm-dis.c
    
    	PR 24421
    	* arm-dis.c (print_insn_coprocessor): Correct bracket placement.
    	(print_insn_neon, print_insn_arm): Likewise.

commit 07ffcfecac22d21774a110db0f65f0387c8f1102
Author: Alan Modra <amodra@gmail.com>
Date:   Sun Apr 7 20:41:49 2019 +0930

    Merge libiberty from gcc

commit 5f60cccf9db8b5f4aa4303f8e4ccc246f723fbe5
Author: GDB Administrator <gdbadmin@sourceware.org>
Date:   Sun Apr 7 00:01:01 2019 +0000

    Automatic date update in version.in

commit 4de283e4b5f21207fe12f99913d1f28d4f07843c
Author: Tom Tromey <tom@tromey.com>
Date:   Sat Apr 6 13:38:10 2019 -0600

    Revert the header-sorting patch
    
    Andreas Schwab and John Baldwin pointed out some bugs in the header
    sorting patch; and I noticed that the output was not correct when
    limited to a subset of files (a bug in my script).
    
    So, I'm reverting the patch.  I may try again after fixing the issues
    pointed out.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-04-05  Tom Tromey  <tom@tromey.com>
    
    	Revert the header-sorting patch.
    	* ft32-tdep.c: Revert.
    	* frv-tdep.c: Revert.
    	* frv-linux-tdep.c: Revert.
    	* frame.c: Revert.
    	* frame-unwind.c: Revert.
    	* frame-base.c: Revert.
    	* fork-child.c: Revert.
    	* findvar.c: Revert.
    	* findcmd.c: Revert.
    	* filesystem.c: Revert.
    	* filename-seen-cache.h: Revert.
    	* filename-seen-cache.c: Revert.
    	* fbsd-tdep.c: Revert.
    	* fbsd-nat.h: Revert.
    	* fbsd-nat.c: Revert.
    	* f-valprint.c: Revert.
    	* f-typeprint.c: Revert.
    	* f-lang.c: Revert.
    	* extension.h: Revert.
    	* extension.c: Revert.
    	* extension-priv.h: Revert.
    	* expprint.c: Revert.
    	* exec.h: Revert.
    	* exec.c: Revert.
    	* exceptions.c: Revert.
    	* event-top.c: Revert.
    	* event-loop.c: Revert.
    	* eval.c: Revert.
    	* elfread.c: Revert.
    	* dwarf2read.h: Revert.
    	* dwarf2read.c: Revert.
    	* dwarf2loc.c: Revert.
    	* dwarf2expr.h: Revert.
    	* dwarf2expr.c: Revert.
    	* dwarf2-frame.c: Revert.
    	* dwarf2-frame-tailcall.c: Revert.
    	* dwarf-index-write.h: Revert.
    	* dwarf-index-write.c: Revert.
    	* dwarf-index-common.c: Revert.
    	* dwarf-index-cache.h: Revert.
    	* dwarf-index-cache.c: Revert.
    	* dummy-frame.c: Revert.
    	* dtrace-probe.c: Revert.
    	* disasm.h: Revert.
    	* disasm.c: Revert.
    	* disasm-selftests.c: Revert.
    	* dictionary.c: Revert.
    	* dicos-tdep.c: Revert.
    	* demangle.c: Revert.
    	* dcache.h: Revert.
    	* dcache.c: Revert.
    	* darwin-nat.h: Revert.
    	* darwin-nat.c: Revert.
    	* darwin-nat-info.c: Revert.
    	* d-valprint.c: Revert.
    	* d-namespace.c: Revert.
    	* d-lang.c: Revert.
    	* ctf.c: Revert.
    	* csky-tdep.c: Revert.
    	* csky-linux-tdep.c: Revert.
    	* cris-tdep.c: Revert.
    	* cris-linux-tdep.c: Revert.
    	* cp-valprint.c: Revert.
    	* cp-support.c: Revert.
    	* cp-namespace.c: Revert.
    	* cp-abi.c: Revert.
    	* corelow.c: Revert.
    	* corefile.c: Revert.
    	* continuations.c: Revert.
    	* completer.h: Revert.
    	* completer.c: Revert.
    	* complaints.c: Revert.
    	* coffread.c: Revert.
    	* coff-pe-read.c: Revert.
    	* cli-out.h: Revert.
    	* cli-out.c: Revert.
    	* charset.c: Revert.
    	* c-varobj.c: Revert.
    	* c-valprint.c: Revert.
    	* c-typeprint.c: Revert.
    	* c-lang.c: Revert.
    	* buildsym.c: Revert.
    	* buildsym-legacy.c: Revert.
    	* build-id.h: Revert.
    	* build-id.c: Revert.
    	* btrace.c: Revert.
    	* bsd-uthread.c: Revert.
    	* breakpoint.h: Revert.
    	* breakpoint.c: Revert.
    	* break-catch-throw.c: Revert.
    	* break-catch-syscall.c: Revert.
    	* break-catch-sig.c: Revert.
    	* blockframe.c: Revert.
    	* block.c: Revert.
    	* bfin-tdep.c: Revert.
    	* bfin-linux-tdep.c: Revert.
    	* bfd-target.c: Revert.
    	* bcache.c: Revert.
    	* ax-general.c: Revert.
    	* ax-gdb.h: Revert.
    	* ax-gdb.c: Revert.
    	* avr-tdep.c: Revert.
    	* auxv.c: Revert.
    	* auto-load.c: Revert.
    	* arm-wince-tdep.c: Revert.
    	* arm-tdep.c: Revert.
    	* arm-symbian-tdep.c: Revert.
    	* arm-pikeos-tdep.c: Revert.
    	* arm-obsd-tdep.c: Revert.
    	* arm-nbsd-tdep.c: Revert.
    	* arm-nbsd-nat.c: Revert.
    	* arm-linux-tdep.c: Revert.
    	* arm-linux-nat.c: Revert.
    	* arm-fbsd-tdep.c: Revert.
    	* arm-fbsd-nat.c: Revert.
    	* arm-bsd-tdep.c: Revert.
    	* arch-utils.c: Revert.
    	* arc-tdep.c: Revert.
    	* arc-newlib-tdep.c: Revert.
    	* annotate.h: Revert.
    	* annotate.c: Revert.
    	* amd64-windows-tdep.c: Revert.
    	* amd64-windows-nat.c: Revert.
    	* amd64-tdep.c: Revert.
    	* amd64-sol2-tdep.c: Revert.
    	* amd64-obsd-tdep.c: Revert.
    	* amd64-obsd-nat.c: Revert.
    	* amd64-nbsd-tdep.c: Revert.
    	* amd64-nbsd-nat.c: Revert.
    	* amd64-nat.c: Revert.
    	* amd64-linux-tdep.c: Revert.
    	* amd64-linux-nat.c: Revert.
    	* amd64-fbsd-tdep.c: Revert.
    	* amd64-fbsd-nat.c: Revert.
    	* amd64-dicos-tdep.c: Revert.
    	* amd64-darwin-tdep.c: Revert.
    	* amd64-bsd-nat.c: Revert.
    	* alpha-tdep.c: Revert.
    	* alpha-obsd-tdep.c: Revert.
    	* alpha-nbsd-tdep.c: Revert.
    	* alpha-mdebug-tdep.c: Revert.
    	* alpha-linux-tdep.c: Revert.
    	* alpha-linux-nat.c: Revert.
    	* alpha-bsd-tdep.c: Revert.
    	* alpha-bsd-nat.c: Revert.
    	* aix-thread.c: Revert.
    	* agent.c: Revert.
    	* addrmap.c: Revert.
    	* ada-varobj.c: Revert.
    	* ada-valprint.c: Revert.
    	* ada-typeprint.c: Revert.
    	* ada-tasks.c: Revert.
    	* ada-lang.c: Revert.
    	* aarch64-tdep.c: Revert.
    	* aarch64-ravenscar-thread.c: Revert.
    	* aarch64-newlib-tdep.c: Revert.
    	* aarch64-linux-tdep.c: Revert.
    	* aarch64-linux-nat.c: Revert.
    	* aarch64-fbsd-tdep.c: Revert.
    	* aarch64-fbsd-nat.c: Revert.
    	* aarch32-linux-nat.c: Revert.

commit 5b9c07b2782fb9368f06c2561b7329c384ec5da0
Author: H.J. Lu <hjl.tools@gmail.com>
Date:   Sat Apr 6 07:25:10 2019 -0700

    x86: Move x86-specific linker options to elf_linker_x86_params
    
    Remove x86-specific linker options from bfd_link_info and put them in
    elf_linker_x86_params.  Add _bfd_elf_linker_x86_set_options to pass
    x86-specific linker options from ld to bfd.
    
    bfd/
    
    	* elf-linker-x86.h: New file.
    	* elf32-i386.c (elf_i386_convert_load_reloc): Use htab->params
    	to get x86-specific linker options.
    	* elf64-x86-64.c (elf_x86_64_convert_load_reloc): Likewise.
    	(elf_x86_64_check_relocs): Likewise.
    	(elf_x86_64_relocate_section): Likewise.
    	(elf_x86_64_link_setup_gnu_properties): Likewise.
    	* elfxx-x86.c (_bfd_x86_elf_merge_gnu_properties): Likewise.
    	(_bfd_x86_elf_link_setup_gnu_properties): Likewise.
    	(_bfd_elf_linker_x86_set_options): New function.
    	* elfxx-x86.h: Include "elf-linker-x86.h".
    	(elf_x86_link_hash_table): Add params.
    
    include/
    
    	* bfdlink.h (bfd_link_info): Remove x86-specific linker options.
    
    ld/
    
    	* Makefile.am (ELF_X86_DEPS): Add $(srcdir)/emultempl/elf-x86.em.
    	(eelf_i386_sol2.c): Also depend on
    	$(srcdir)/emultempl/solaris2-x86.em.
    	(eelf_x86_64_sol2.c): Likewise.
    	* Makefile.in: Regenerated.
    	* emulparams/call_nop.sh: Set x86-specific linker options via
    	params.
    	* emulparams/cet.sh: Likewise.
    	* emulparams/reloc_overflow.sh: Likewise.
    	* emulparams/elf32_x86_64.sh (EXTRA_EM_FILE): New.  Set to
    	"elf-x86".
    	* emulparams/elf_i386.sh: Likewise.
    	* emulparams/elf_i386_be.sh: Likewise.
    	* emulparams/elf_i386_chaos.sh: Likewise.
    	* emulparams/elf_i386_ldso.sh: Likewise.
    	* emulparams/elf_i386_vxworks.sh: Likewise.
    	* emulparams/elf_iamcu.sh: Likewise.
    	* emulparams/elf_k1om.sh: Likewise.
    	* emulparams/elf_l1om.sh: Likewise.
    	* emulparams/elf_x86_64.sh: Likewise.
    	* emulparams/elf_i386_sol2.sh (EXTRA_EM_FILE): Changed to
    	"solaris2-x86".
    	* emulparams/elf_x86_64_sol2.sh: Likewise.
    	* emultempl/elf-x86.em: New file.
    	* emultempl/solaris2-x86.em: Likewise.
    	* emultempl/elf32.em (gld${EMULATION_NAME}_before_parse): Don't
    	set link_info.call_nop_byte.

commit d55e5aa6b29906346c51ad00e6a9b112590aa294
Author: Tom Tromey <tom@tromey.com>
Date:   Tue Apr 2 20:04:24 2019 -0600

    Sort includes for files gdb/[a-f]*.[chyl].
    
    This patch sorts the include files for the files [a-f]*.[chyl].
    The patch was written by a script.
    
    Tested by the buildbot.
    
    I will follow up with patches to sort the remaining files, by sorting
    a subset, testing them, and then checking them in.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-04-05  Tom Tromey  <tom@tromey.com>
    
    	* ft32-tdep.c: Sort headers.
    	* frv-tdep.c: Sort headers.
    	* frv-linux-tdep.c: Sort headers.
    	* frame.c: Sort headers.
    	* frame-unwind.c: Sort headers.
    	* frame-base.c: Sort headers.
    	* fork-child.c: Sort headers.
    	* findvar.c: Sort headers.
    	* findcmd.c: Sort headers.
    	* filesystem.c: Sort headers.
    	* filename-seen-cache.h: Sort headers.
    	* filename-seen-cache.c: Sort headers.
    	* fbsd-tdep.c: Sort headers.
    	* fbsd-nat.h: Sort headers.
    	* fbsd-nat.c: Sort headers.
    	* f-valprint.c: Sort headers.
    	* f-typeprint.c: Sort headers.
    	* f-lang.c: Sort headers.
    	* extension.h: Sort headers.
    	* extension.c: Sort headers.
    	* extension-priv.h: Sort headers.
    	* expprint.c: Sort headers.
    	* exec.h: Sort headers.
    	* exec.c: Sort headers.
    	* exceptions.c: Sort headers.
    	* event-top.c: Sort headers.
    	* event-loop.c: Sort headers.
    	* eval.c: Sort headers.
    	* elfread.c: Sort headers.
    	* dwarf2read.h: Sort headers.
    	* dwarf2read.c: Sort headers.
    	* dwarf2loc.c: Sort headers.
    	* dwarf2expr.h: Sort headers.
    	* dwarf2expr.c: Sort headers.
    	* dwarf2-frame.c: Sort headers.
    	* dwarf2-frame-tailcall.c: Sort headers.
    	* dwarf-index-write.h: Sort headers.
    	* dwarf-index-write.c: Sort headers.
    	* dwarf-index-common.c: Sort headers.
    	* dwarf-index-cache.h: Sort headers.
    	* dwarf-index-cache.c: Sort headers.
    	* dummy-frame.c: Sort headers.
    	* dtrace-probe.c: Sort headers.
    	* disasm.h: Sort headers.
    	* disasm.c: Sort headers.
    	* disasm-selftests.c: Sort headers.
    	* dictionary.c: Sort headers.
    	* dicos-tdep.c: Sort headers.
    	* demangle.c: Sort headers.
    	* dcache.h: Sort headers.
    	* dcache.c: Sort headers.
    	* darwin-nat.h: Sort headers.
    	* darwin-nat.c: Sort headers.
    	* darwin-nat-info.c: Sort headers.
    	* d-valprint.c: Sort headers.
    	* d-namespace.c: Sort headers.
    	* d-lang.c: Sort headers.
    	* ctf.c: Sort headers.
    	* csky-tdep.c: Sort headers.
    	* csky-linux-tdep.c: Sort headers.
    	* cris-tdep.c: Sort headers.
    	* cris-linux-tdep.c: Sort headers.
    	* cp-valprint.c: Sort headers.
    	* cp-support.c: Sort headers.
    	* cp-namespace.c: Sort headers.
    	* cp-abi.c: Sort headers.
    	* corelow.c: Sort headers.
    	* corefile.c: Sort headers.
    	* continuations.c: Sort headers.
    	* completer.h: Sort headers.
    	* completer.c: Sort headers.
    	* complaints.c: Sort headers.
    	* coffread.c: Sort headers.
    	* coff-pe-read.c: Sort headers.
    	* cli-out.h: Sort headers.
    	* cli-out.c: Sort headers.
    	* charset.c: Sort headers.
    	* c-varobj.c: Sort headers.
    	* c-valprint.c: Sort headers.
    	* c-typeprint.c: Sort headers.
    	* c-lang.c: Sort headers.
    	* buildsym.c: Sort headers.
    	* buildsym-legacy.c: Sort headers.
    	* build-id.h: Sort headers.
    	* build-id.c: Sort headers.
    	* btrace.c: Sort headers.
    	* bsd-uthread.c: Sort headers.
    	* breakpoint.h: Sort headers.
    	* breakpoint.c: Sort headers.
    	* break-catch-throw.c: Sort headers.
    	* break-catch-syscall.c: Sort headers.
    	* break-catch-sig.c: Sort headers.
    	* blockframe.c: Sort headers.
    	* block.c: Sort headers.
    	* bfin-tdep.c: Sort headers.
    	* bfin-linux-tdep.c: Sort headers.
    	* bfd-target.c: Sort headers.
    	* bcache.c: Sort headers.
    	* ax-general.c: Sort headers.
    	* ax-gdb.h: Sort headers.
    	* ax-gdb.c: Sort headers.
    	* avr-tdep.c: Sort headers.
    	* auxv.c: Sort headers.
    	* auto-load.c: Sort headers.
    	* arm-wince-tdep.c: Sort headers.
    	* arm-tdep.c: Sort headers.
    	* arm-symbian-tdep.c: Sort headers.
    	* arm-pikeos-tdep.c: Sort headers.
    	* arm-obsd-tdep.c: Sort headers.
    	* arm-nbsd-tdep.c: Sort headers.
    	* arm-nbsd-nat.c: Sort headers.
    	* arm-linux-tdep.c: Sort headers.
    	* arm-linux-nat.c: Sort headers.
    	* arm-fbsd-tdep.c: Sort headers.
    	* arm-fbsd-nat.c: Sort headers.
    	* arm-bsd-tdep.c: Sort headers.
    	* arch-utils.c: Sort headers.
    	* arc-tdep.c: Sort headers.
    	* arc-newlib-tdep.c: Sort headers.
    	* annotate.h: Sort headers.
    	* annotate.c: Sort headers.
    	* amd64-windows-tdep.c: Sort headers.
    	* amd64-windows-nat.c: Sort headers.
    	* amd64-tdep.c: Sort headers.
    	* amd64-sol2-tdep.c: Sort headers.
    	* amd64-obsd-tdep.c: Sort headers.
    	* amd64-obsd-nat.c: Sort headers.
    	* amd64-nbsd-tdep.c: Sort headers.
    	* amd64-nbsd-nat.c: Sort headers.
    	* amd64-nat.c: Sort headers.
    	* amd64-linux-tdep.c: Sort headers.
    	* amd64-linux-nat.c: Sort headers.
    	* amd64-fbsd-tdep.c: Sort headers.
    	* amd64-fbsd-nat.c: Sort headers.
    	* amd64-dicos-tdep.c: Sort headers.
    	* amd64-darwin-tdep.c: Sort headers.
    	* amd64-bsd-nat.c: Sort headers.
    	* alpha-tdep.c: Sort headers.
    	* alpha-obsd-tdep.c: Sort headers.
    	* alpha-nbsd-tdep.c: Sort headers.
    	* alpha-mdebug-tdep.c: Sort headers.
    	* alpha-linux-tdep.c: Sort headers.
    	* alpha-linux-nat.c: Sort headers.
    	* alpha-bsd-tdep.c: Sort headers.
    	* alpha-bsd-nat.c: Sort headers.
    	* aix-thread.c: Sort headers.
    	* agent.c: Sort headers.
    	* addrmap.c: Sort headers.
    	* ada-varobj.c: Sort headers.
    	* ada-valprint.c: Sort headers.
    	* ada-typeprint.c: Sort headers.
    	* ada-tasks.c: Sort headers.
    	* ada-lang.c: Sort headers.
    	* aarch64-tdep.c: Sort headers.
    	* aarch64-ravenscar-thread.c: Sort headers.
    	* aarch64-newlib-tdep.c: Sort headers.
    	* aarch64-linux-tdep.c: Sort headers.
    	* aarch64-linux-nat.c: Sort headers.
    	* aarch64-fbsd-tdep.c: Sort headers.
    	* aarch64-fbsd-nat.c: Sort headers.
    	* aarch32-linux-nat.c: Sort headers.

commit d128f9b8d41a1e0c38b52d0e752e65f6e5943927
Author: GDB Administrator <gdbadmin@sourceware.org>
Date:   Sat Apr 6 00:00:13 2019 +0000

    Automatic date update in version.in

commit 4ef40579f9d4d89e59f6cc0923130e48e4309bbf
Author: H.J. Lu <hjl.tools@gmail.com>
Date:   Fri Apr 5 12:41:58 2019 -0700

    x86: Add assembler -mx86-used-note=yes test
    
    Check assembler -mx86-used-note=yes option and readelf -n output.
    
    	* testsuite/gas/i386/i386.exp: Run -mx86-used-note=yes tests.
    	* testsuite/gas/i386/property-2.d: New file.
    	* testsuite/gas/i386/property-2.s: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/gas/i386/x86-64-property-2.d: Likewise.

commit d6aab7a11b8bd85de43f9fe6b1cea95b504e73ad
Author: Xuepeng Guo <xuepeng.guo@intel.com>
Date:   Fri Apr 5 11:03:01 2019 -0700

    x86: Support Intel AVX512 BF16
    
    Add assembler and disassembler support Intel AVX512 BF16:
    
    https://software.intel.com/en-us/download/intel-architecture-instruction-set-extensions-programming-reference
    
    gas/
    
    2019-04-05  Xuepeng Guo  <xuepeng.guo@intel.com>
    
    	* config/tc-i386.c (cpu_arch): Add .avx512_bf16.
    	(cpu_noarch): Add noavx512_bf16.
    	* doc/c-i386.texi: Document avx512_bf16.
    	* testsuite/gas/i386/avx512_bf16.d: New file.
    	* testsuite/gas/i386/avx512_bf16.s: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/gas/i386/avx512_bf16_vl-inval.l: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/gas/i386/avx512_bf16_vl-inval.s: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/gas/i386/avx512_bf16_vl.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/gas/i386/avx512_bf16_vl.s: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/gas/i386/x86-64-avx512_bf16.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/gas/i386/x86-64-avx512_bf16.s: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/gas/i386/x86-64-avx512_bf16_vl-inval.l: Likesie.
    	* testsuite/gas/i386/x86-64-avx512_bf16_vl-inval.s: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/gas/i386/x86-64-avx512_bf16_vl.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/gas/i386/x86-64-avx512_bf16_vl.s: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/gas/i386/i386.exp: Add BF16 related tests.
    
    opcodes/
    
    2019-04-05  Xuepeng Guo  <xuepeng.guo@intel.com>
    
    	* i386-dis-evex.h (evex_table): Updated to support BF16
    	instructions.
    	* i386-dis.c (enum): Add EVEX_W_0F3852_P_1, EVEX_W_0F3872_P_1
    	and EVEX_W_0F3872_P_3.
    	* i386-gen.c (cpu_flag_init): Add CPU_AVX512_BF16_FLAGS.
    	(cpu_flags): Add bitfield for CpuAVX512_BF16.
    	* i386-opc.h (enum): Add CpuAVX512_BF16.
    	(i386_cpu_flags): Add bitfield for cpuavx512_bf16.
    	* i386-opc.tbl: Add AVX512 BF16 instructions.
    	* i386-init.h: Regenerated.
    	* i386-tbl.h: Likewise.

commit 0570503dd31bc20294e228339fcbdd39b19608cc
Author: Pedro Franco de Carvalho <pedromfc@linux.ibm.com>
Date:   Fri Apr 5 14:19:08 2019 -0300

    Use linux_get_auxv to get AT_PHDR in the PPC stub
    
    This patch fixes a build error due to a call to ppc_get_auxv that was
    left over after linux_get_hwcap and linux_get_hwcap2 were introduced
    in:
    
    974c89e0882ddb03e294eca76a9e3d3bef90eacf gdbserver: Add
    linux_get_hwcap
    
    Because the missing call fetched AT_PHDR and not AT_HWCAP,
    linux_get_auxv is now visible.
    
    This use also required ppc_get_auxv to return a status variable
    indicating that the AT_PHDR entry was not found separately from the
    actual value of of the auxv entry.  Therefore, the new linux_get_auxv
    function is changed to return a status variable and write the entry
    value to a pointer passed as an argument.
    
    Note that linux_get_hwcap and linux_get_hwcap2 still use the return
    value as both an indicator of that the entry wasn't found and as the
    actual value of the entry.
    
    gdb/gdbserver/ChangeLog:
    2019-04-05  Pedro Franco de Carvalho  <pedromfc@linux.ibm.com>
    
    	* linux-low.c (linux_get_auxv): Remove static.  Return auxv entry
    	value in argument pointer, return 1 if the entry is found and 0
    	otherwise.  Move comment.
    	(linux_get_hwcap, linux_get_hwcap2): Use modified linux_get_auxv.
    	* linux-low.h (linux_get_auxv): Declare.
    	* linux-ppc-low.c (is_elfv2_inferior): Use linux_get_auxv.

commit 227a9e65b91958cb414ade82c614717579d8849e
Author: Tom Tromey <tromey@adacore.com>
Date:   Thu Apr 4 16:48:28 2019 -0600

    Use upper-case for metasyntactic in gdbserver help
    
    I noticed that "gdbserver --help" contains a few metasyntactic
    variables that aren't in upper-case.  This patch fixes them to conform
    to the GNU standard.
    
    gdb/gdbserver/ChangeLog
    2019-04-05  Tom Tromey  <tromey@adacore.com>
    
    	* server.c (gdbserver_usage): Use upper-case for metasyntactic
    	variables.

commit 699bd4cfa8895d0767d491a3e44ac09d3f4d1801
Author: Tom Tromey <tom@tromey.com>
Date:   Sun Mar 31 17:20:24 2019 -0600

    Move innermost_block_tracker global to parse_state
    
    This changes the parsing API so that callers that are interested in
    tracking the innermost block must instantiate an
    innermost_block_tracker and pass it in.  Then, a pointer to this
    object is stored in the parser_state.
    
    2019-04-04  Tom Tromey  <tom@tromey.com>
    
    	* varobj.c (varobj_create): Update.
    	* rust-exp.y (struct rust_parser) <update_innermost_block,
    	lookup_symbol>: New methods.
    	(rust_parser::update_innermost_block, rust_parser::lookup_symbol):
    	Rename.
    	(rust_parser::rust_lookup_type)
    	(rust_parser::convert_ast_to_expression, rust_lex_tests): Update.
    	* printcmd.c (display_command, do_one_display): Update.
    	* parser-defs.h (struct parser_state) <parser_state>: Add
    	"tracker" parameter.
    	(block_tracker): New member.
    	(class innermost_block_tracker) <innermost_block_tracker>: Add
    	"types" parameter.
    	<reset>: Remove method.
    	(innermost_block): Don't declare.
    	(null_post_parser): Update.
    	* parse.c (innermost_block): Remove global.
    	(write_dollar_variable): Update.
    	(parse_exp_1, parse_exp_in_context): Add "tracker" parameter.
    	Remove "tracker_types" parameter.
    	(parse_expression): Add "tracker" parameter.
    	(parse_expression_for_completion): Update.
    	(null_post_parser): Add "tracker" parameter.
    	* p-exp.y: Update rules.
    	* m2-exp.y: Update rules.
    	* language.h (struct language_defn) <la_post_parser>: Add
    	"tracker" parameter.
    	* go-exp.y: Update rules.
    	* f-exp.y: Update rules.
    	* expression.h (parse_expression, parse_exp_1): Add "tracker"
    	parameter.
    	* d-exp.y: Update rules.
    	* c-exp.y: Update rules.
    	* breakpoint.c (set_breakpoint_condition): Create an
    	innermost_block_tracker.
    	(watch_command_1): Likewise.
    	* ada-lang.c (resolve): Add "tracker" parameter.
    	(resolve_subexp): Likewise.
    	* ada-exp.y (write_var_from_sym): Update.

commit dac43e327d002107f6bc9481749de039f410df73
Author: Tom Tromey <tom@tromey.com>
Date:   Sun Mar 31 13:43:54 2019 -0600

    Move type stack handling to a new class
    
    This introduces a new "type_stack" class, and moves all the parser
    type stack handling to this class.  Parsers that wish to use this
    facility must now instantiate this class somehow.  I chose this
    approach because a minority of the existing parsers require this.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-04-04  Tom Tromey  <tom@tromey.com>
    
    	* type-stack.h: New file.
    	* type-stack.c: New file.
    	* parser-defs.h (enum type_pieces, union type_stack_elt): Move to
    	type-stack.h.
    	(insert_into_type_stack, insert_type, push_type, push_type_int)
    	(insert_type_address_space, pop_type, pop_type_int)
    	(pop_typelist, pop_type_stack, append_type_stack)
    	(push_type_stack, get_type_stack, push_typelist)
    	(follow_type_instance_flags, follow_types): Don't declare.
    	* parse.c (type_stack): Remove global.
    	(parse_exp_in_context): Update.
    	(insert_into_type_stack, insert_type, push_type, push_type_int)
    	(insert_type_address_space, pop_type, pop_type_int)
    	(pop_typelist, pop_type_stack, append_type_stack)
    	(push_type_stack, get_type_stack, push_typelist)
    	(follow_type_instance_flags, follow_types): Remove (moved to
    	type-stack.c).
    	* f-exp.y (type_stack): New global.
    	Update rules.
    	(push_kind_type, f_parse): Update.
    	* d-exp.y (type_stack): New global.
    	Update rules.
    	(d_parse): Update.
    	* c-exp.y (struct c_parse_state) <type_stack>: New member.
    	Update rules.
    	* Makefile.in (COMMON_SFILES): Add type-stack.c.
    	(HFILES_NO_SRCDIR): Add type-stack.h.

commit 2a61252965c91540133bece7deb92eb22e3cf929
Author: Tom Tromey <tom@tromey.com>
Date:   Sun Mar 24 22:50:14 2019 -0600

    Move completion parsing to parser_state
    
    This moves the globals and functions related to parsing for completion
    to parser_state.  A new structure is introduced in order to return
    completion results from the parse back to
    parse_expression_for_completion.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-04-04  Tom Tromey  <tom@tromey.com>
    
    	* rust-exp.y (rust_parser::lex_identifier, rustyylex)
    	(rust_parser::convert_ast_to_expression, rust_parse)
    	(rust_lex_test_completion, rust_lex_tests): Update.
    	* parser-defs.h (struct expr_completion_state): New.
    	(struct parser_state) <parser_state>: Add completion parameter.
    	<mark_struct_expression, mark_completion_tag>: New methods.
    	<parse_completion, m_completion_state>: New members.
    	(prefixify_expression, null_post_parser): Update.
    	(mark_struct_expression, mark_completion_tag): Don't declare.
    	* parse.c (parse_completion, expout_last_struct)
    	(expout_tag_completion_type, expout_completion_name): Remove
    	globals.
    	(parser_state::mark_struct_expression)
    	(parser_state::mark_completion_tag): Now methods.
    	(prefixify_expression): Add last_struct parameter.
    	(prefixify_subexp): Likewise.
    	(parse_exp_1): Update.
    	(parse_exp_in_context): Add cstate parameter.  Update.
    	(parse_expression_for_completion): Create an
    	expr_completion_state.
    	(null_post_parser): Add "completion" parameter.
    	* p-exp.y: Update rules.
    	(yylex): Update.
    	* language.h (struct language_defn) <la_post_parser>: Add
    	"completing" parameter.
    	* go-exp.y: Update rules.
    	(lex_one_token): Update.
    	* expression.h (parse_completion): Don't declare.
    	* d-exp.y: Update rules.
    	(lex_one_token): Update rules.
    	* c-exp.y: Update rules.
    	(lex_one_token): Update.
    	* ada-lang.c (resolve): Add "parse_completion" parameter.
    	(resolve_subexp): Likewise.
    	(ada_resolve_function): Likewise.

commit 43476f0b1b628352ad8e3064e50128cb3461d3d0
Author: Tom Tromey <tom@tromey.com>
Date:   Sun Mar 24 21:38:40 2019 -0600

    Move arglist_len et al to parser_state
    
    This moves arglist_len, start_arglist, and end_arglist to
    parser_state.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-04-04  Tom Tromey  <tom@tromey.com>
    
    	* parser-defs.h (struct parser_state) <start_arglist,
    	end_arglist>: New methods.
    	<arglist_len, m_funcall_chain>: New members.
    	(arglist_len, start_arglist, end_arglist): Don't declare.
    	* parse.c (arglist_len, funcall_chain): Remove global.
    	(start_arglist, end_arglist): Remove functions.
    	(parse_exp_in_context): Update.
    	* p-exp.y: Update rules.
    	* m2-exp.y: Update rules.
    	* go-exp.y: Update rules.
    	* f-exp.y: Update rules.
    	* d-exp.y: Update rules.
    	* c-exp.y: Update rules.

commit 5776fca307b8af3d852525b77e9b917a9aa97370
Author: Tom Tromey <tom@tromey.com>
Date:   Sun Mar 24 21:30:56 2019 -0600

    Move lexptr and prev_lexptr to parser_state
    
    This removes the lexptr and prev_lexptr globals, in favor of members
    of parser_state.  prev_lexptr could be isolated to each parser, but
    since every parser uses it, that did not seem necessary.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-04-04  Tom Tromey  <tom@tromey.com>
    
    	* rust-exp.y (struct rust_parser) <lex_hex, lex_escape,
    	lex_operator, push_back>: New methods.
    	Update all rules.
    	(rust_parser::lex_hex, lex_escape): Rename and update.
    	(rust_parser::lex_string, rust_parser::lex_identifier): Update.
    	(rust_parser::lex_operator): Rename and update.
    	(rust_parser::lex_number, rustyylex, rustyyerror)
    	(rust_lex_test_init, rust_lex_test_sequence)
    	(rust_lex_test_push_back, rust_lex_tests): Update.
    	* parser-defs.h (struct parser_state) <parser_state>: Add "input"
    	parameter.
    	<lexptr, prev_lexptr>: New members.
    	(lexptr, prev_lexptr): Don't declare.
    	* parse.c (lexptr, prev_lexptr): Remove globals.
    	(parse_exp_in_context): Update.
    	* p-exp.y (yylex, yyerror): Update.
    	* m2-exp.y (parse_number, yylex, yyerror): Update.
    	* go-exp.y (lex_one_token, yyerror): Update.
    	* f-exp.y (match_string_literal, yylex, yyerror): Update.
    	* d-exp.y (lex_one_token, yyerror): Update.
    	* c-exp.y (scan_macro_expansion, finished_macro_expansion)
    	(lex_one_token, yyerror): Update.
    	* ada-lex.l (YY_INPUT): Update.
    	(rewind_to_char): Update.
    	* ada-exp.y (yyerror): Update.

commit 8621b685bfdcb8773b8177fb2b89e45499902868
Author: Tom Tromey <tom@tromey.com>
Date:   Sun Mar 24 18:07:00 2019 -0600

    Move comma_terminates global to parser_state
    
    This moves the comma_terminates global to parser_state.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-04-04  Tom Tromey  <tom@tromey.com>
    
    	* rust-exp.y (rustyylex, rust_lex_tests): Update.
    	* parser-defs.h (struct parser_state) <parser_state>: Add new
    	parameter.
    	<comma_terminates>: New member.
    	(comma_terminates): Don't declare global.
    	* parse.c (comma_terminates): Remove global.
    	(parse_exp_in_context): Update.
    	* p-exp.y (yylex): Update.
    	* m2-exp.y (yylex): Update.
    	* go-exp.y (lex_one_token): Update.
    	* f-exp.y (yylex): Update.
    	* d-exp.y (lex_one_token): Update.
    	* c-exp.y (lex_one_token): Update.
    	* ada-lex.l: Update.

commit 28aaf3fdf9562c018dcf6ab4d0a4c644fff8d696
Author: Tom Tromey <tom@tromey.com>
Date:   Sun Mar 24 11:33:10 2019 -0600

    Remove paren_depth global
    
    This removes the "paren_depth" global.  In most cases, it is made into
    a static global in a given parser.  I consider this a slight
    improvement, because it makes it clear that the variable isn't used
    for communication between different modules of gdb.  The one exception
    is the Rust parser, which already incorporates all local state into a
    transient object; in this case the parser depth is now a member.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-04-04  Tom Tromey  <tom@tromey.com>
    
    	* rust-exp.y (struct rust_parser) <paren_depth>: New member.
    	(rustyylex, rust_lex_test_init, rust_lex_test_one)
    	(rust_lex_test_sequence, rust_lex_test_push_back): Update.
    	* parser-defs.h (paren_depth): Don't declare.
    	* parse.c (paren_depth): Remove global.
    	(parse_exp_in_context): Update.
    	* p-exp.y (paren_depth): New global.
    	(pascal_parse): Initialize it.
    	* m2-exp.y (paren_depth): New global.
    	(m2_parse): Initialize it.
    	* go-exp.y (paren_depth): New global.
    	(go_parse): Initialize it.
    	* f-exp.y (paren_depth): New global.
    	(f_parse): Initialize it.
    	* d-exp.y (paren_depth): New global.
    	(d_parse): Initialize it.
    	* c-exp.y (paren_depth): New global.
    	(c_parse): Initialize it.
    	* ada-lex.l (paren_depth): New global.
    	(lexer_init): Initialize it.

commit 1e58a4a4db997cf09315c22f3da725d1da7f9ee7
Author: Tom Tromey <tom@tromey.com>
Date:   Sun Mar 24 11:20:05 2019 -0600

    Move expression_context_* globals to parser_state
    
    This moves the expression_context_block and expression_context_pc
    globals to be members of parser_state and updates the parsers.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-04-04  Tom Tromey  <tom@tromey.com>
    
    	* rust-exp.y (rust_parser::crate_name, rust_parser::super_name)
    	(rust_parser::convert_ast_to_type)
    	(rust_parser::convert_ast_to_expression, rust_lex_tests): Update.
    	* parser-defs.h (struct parser_state) <parser_state>: Add
    	parameters.  Initialize new members.
    	<expression_context_block, expression_context_pc>: New members.
    	* parse.c (expression_context_block, expression_context_pc):
    	Remove globals.
    	(parse_exp_in_context): Update.
    	* p-exp.y: Update all rules.
    	(yylex): Update.
    	* m2-exp.y: Update all rules.
    	(yylex): Update.
    	* go-exp.y (yylex): Update.
    	* f-exp.y (yylex): Update.
    	* d-exp.y: Update all rules.
    	(yylex): Update.
    	* c-exp.y: Update all rules.
    	(lex_one_token, classify_name, yylex, c_parse): Update.
    	* ada-exp.y (write_var_or_type, write_name_assoc): Update.

commit 37eedb39824dc26c82a92b5515a352d7de0c9b5b
Author: Tom Tromey <tom@tromey.com>
Date:   Sun Mar 24 10:28:42 2019 -0600

    Make base class for parser_state
    
    This makes a new base class, expr_builder, for parser_state.  This
    separates the state needed to construct an expression from the state
    needed by the parsers.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-04-04  Tom Tromey  <tom@tromey.com>
    
    	* gdbarch.h, gdbarch.c: Rebuild.
    	* gdbarch.sh (dtrace_parse_probe_argument): Change type.
    	* stap-probe.h:
    	(struct stap_parse_info): Replace "parser_state" with
    	"expr_builder".
    	* parser-defs.h (struct expr_builder): Rename from "parser_state".
    	(parser_state): New class.
    	* parse.c (expr_builder): Rename.
    	(expr_builder::release): Rename.
    	(write_exp_elt, write_exp_elt_opcode, write_exp_elt_sym)
    	(write_exp_elt_msym, write_exp_elt_block, write_exp_elt_objfile)
    	(write_exp_elt_longcst, write_exp_elt_floatcst)
    	(write_exp_elt_type, write_exp_elt_intern, write_exp_string)
    	(write_exp_string_vector, write_exp_bitstring)
    	(write_exp_msymbol, mark_struct_expression)
    	(write_dollar_variable)
    	(insert_type_address_space, increase_expout_size): Replace
    	"parser_state" with "expr_builder".
    	* dtrace-probe.c: Replace "parser_state" with "expr_builder".
    	* amd64-linux-tdep.c (amd64_dtrace_parse_probe_argument): Replace
    	"parser_state" with "expr_builder".

commit 73923d7eedc7ab52144308ef7e9c12cbe4341bca
Author: Tom Tromey <tom@tromey.com>
Date:   Sun Mar 24 09:01:18 2019 -0600

    Turn parse_language into a method
    
    This changes parse_language into a method of parser_state.  This patch
    was written by a script.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-04-04  Tom Tromey  <tom@tromey.com>
    
    	* rust-exp.y: Replace "parse_language" with method call.
    	* p-exp.y:
    	(yylex): Replace "parse_language" with method call.
    	* m2-exp.y:
    	(yylex): Replace "parse_language" with method call.
    	* go-exp.y (classify_name): Replace "parse_language" with method
    	call.
    	* f-exp.y (yylex): Replace "parse_language" with method call.
    	* d-exp.y (lex_one_token): Replace "parse_language" with method
    	call.
    	* c-exp.y:
    	(lex_one_token, classify_name, yylex): Replace "parse_language"
    	with method call.
    	* ada-exp.y (find_primitive_type, type_char)
    	(type_system_address): Replace "parse_language" with method call.

commit fa9f5be6830e9245ee1ad1eab9725cc039d45d07
Author: Tom Tromey <tom@tromey.com>
Date:   Sun Mar 24 08:56:33 2019 -0600

    Turn parse_gdbarch into a method
    
    This changes parse_gdbarch into a method of parser_state.  This patch
    was written by a script.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-04-04  Tom Tromey  <tom@tromey.com>
    
    	* rust-exp.y: Replace "parse_gdbarch" with method call.
    	* parse.c (write_dollar_variable, insert_type_address_space):
    	Replace "parse_gdbarch" with method call.
    	* p-exp.y (parse_type, yylex): Replace "parse_gdbarch" with method
    	call.
    	* objc-lang.c (end_msglist): Replace "parse_gdbarch" with method
    	call.
    	* m2-exp.y (parse_type, parse_m2_type, yylex): Replace
    	"parse_gdbarch" with method call.
    	* go-exp.y (parse_type, classify_name): Replace "parse_gdbarch"
    	with method call.
    	* f-exp.y (parse_type, parse_f_type, yylex): Replace
    	"parse_gdbarch" with method call.
    	* d-exp.y (parse_type, parse_d_type, lex_one_token): Replace
    	"parse_gdbarch" with method call.
    	* c-exp.y (parse_type, parse_number, classify_name): Replace
    	"parse_gdbarch" with method call.
    	* ada-lex.l: Replace "parse_gdbarch" with method call.
    	* ada-exp.y (parse_type, find_primitive_type, type_char)
    	(type_system_address): Replace "parse_gdbarch" with method call.

commit 1201a264c8fd227737342345ab54e938295188b6
Author: Tom Tromey <tom@tromey.com>
Date:   Sun Mar 24 08:40:32 2019 -0600

    Remove parser_state "initial_size" parameter
    
    All the real (not test) uses of parser_state pass 10 as the
    "initial_size" parameter, and it seems to me that there's no real
    reason to require callers to set this.  This patch removes this
    parameter.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-04-04  Tom Tromey  <tom@tromey.com>
    
    	* dtrace-probe.c (dtrace_probe::build_arg_exprs): Update.
    	* stap-probe.c (stap_parse_argument): Update.
    	* stap-probe.h (struct stap_parse_info) <stap_parse_info>: Remove
    	initial_size parameter.
    	* rust-exp.y (rust_lex_tests): Update.
    	* parse.c (parser_state): Update.
    	(parse_exp_in_context): Update.
    	* parser-defs.h (struct parser_state) <parser_state>: Remove
    	"initial_size" parameter.

commit e3980ce2a9bf19ade17fdd9817765f2d1e17a0d8
Author: Tom Tromey <tom@tromey.com>
Date:   Sun Mar 24 08:25:58 2019 -0600

    Make increase_expout_size static
    
    increase_expout_size is only called from parse.c, and probably only
    should be.  This makes it "static".  Tested by rebuilding.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog
    2019-04-04  Tom Tromey  <tom@tromey.com>
    
    	* parser-defs.h (increase_expout_size): Don't declare.
    	* parse.c (increase_expout_size): Now static.

commit bec858ea4d0cef2d8be47b96669b803f73902014
Author: Alan Modra <amodra@gmail.com>
Date:   Thu Apr 4 12:02:31 2019 +1030

    PowerPC conditional branch test
    
    Adds a new test checking conditional branch BO values.
    
    	* testsuite/gas/ppc/bc.s,
    	* testsuite/gas/ppc/bcat.d,
    	* testsuite/gas/ppc/bcaterr.d,
    	* testsuite/gas/ppc/bcaterr.l,
    	* testsuite/gas/ppc/bcy.d,
    	* testsuite/gas/ppc/bcyerr.d,
    	* testsuite/gas/ppc/bcyerr.l: New tests.
    	* testsuite/gas/ppc/ppc.exp: Run them.

commit 66e85460855837af3a3b0224f7846c436cc7d1e0
Author: Alan Modra <amodra@gmail.com>
Date:   Thu Apr 4 18:19:03 2019 +1030

    PowerPC bc extended branch mnemonics and "y" hints
    
    This patch fixes a problem with disassembly of branch instructions
    for processors complying with PowerPC ISA versions prior to version
    2.0, ie. those that use "y" bit branch taken hints.  Many of the
    extended bcctr and bclr mnemonics that should have disassembled with a
    "-" suffix, ie. not taken, did not display the "-" due to the ordering
    in powerpc_opcodes.  I believe it's been that way from the original
    85dcf36d72b commit of ppc-opc.c.
    
    I've also added a BH field (optional) to a few opcodes.  This gives
    better disassembly in raw mode, showing the branch taken hint in the
    mnemonic as is done for bc.  It would be reasonable to add a BH
    field to all bcctr, bclr, and bctar extended mnemonics but that runs
    into a small difficulty:  Currently we print all or none of the
    optional operands.  That means for example that "bgectr cr2" would
    display as "bgectr cr2,0" if a BH field is added to bgectr.
    
    	* ppc-opc.c (XLBH_MASK): Subtract off BH field from BB_MASK.
    	(powerpc_opcodes): Reorder bcctr and bclr extended mnemonics
    	to favour printing of "-" branch hint when using the "y" bit.
    	Allow BH field on bc{ctr,lr,tar}{,l}{-,+}.

commit c2b1c2754526acff8aae2fe8f5a56c2dd11d0b7f
Author: Alan Modra <amodra@gmail.com>
Date:   Fri Apr 5 09:20:16 2019 +1030

    PowerPC disassembler: Don't emit trailing spaces
    
    When an instruction has operands, the PowerPC disassembler prints
    spaces after the opcode so as to line up operands.  If the operands
    are all optional and all default value, then no operands are printed,
    leaving trailing spaces.  This patch fixes that.
    
    opcodes/
    	* ppc-dis.c (print_insn_powerpc): Delay printing spaces after
    	opcode until first operand is output.
    gas/
    	* testsuite/gas/ppc/476.d: Remove trailing spaces.
    	* testsuite/gas/ppc/a2.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/gas/ppc/booke.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/gas/ppc/booke_xcoff.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/gas/ppc/e500.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/gas/ppc/e500mc.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/gas/ppc/e6500.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/gas/ppc/htm.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/gas/ppc/power6.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/gas/ppc/power8.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/gas/ppc/power9.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/gas/ppc/vle.d: Likewise.
    ld/
    	* testsuite/ld-powerpc/tlsexe32.d: Remove trailing spaces.
    	* testsuite/ld-powerpc/tlsopt5.d: Likewise.
    	* testsuite/ld-powerpc/tlsopt5_32.d: Likewise.

commit 82477cd28aac011c884d75a429d47a0523cbac26
Author: GDB Administrator <gdbadmin@sourceware.org>
Date:   Fri Apr 5 00:00:21 2019 +0000

    Automatic date update in version.in

commit aae9718e4d4e8d01dcee22684e82b000203d3e52
Author: Peter Bergner <bergner@vnet.ibm.com>
Date:   Thu Apr 4 09:00:29 2019 -0500

    Add extended mnemonics for bctar. Fix setting of 'at' branch hints.
    
    opcodes/
    	PR gas/24349
    	* ppc-opc.c (valid_bo_pre_v2): Add comments.
    	(valid_bo_post_v2): Add support for 'at' branch hints.
    	(insert_bo): Only error on branch on ctr.
    	(get_bo_hint_mask): New function.
    	(insert_boe): Add new 'branch_taken' formal argument.  Add support
    	for inserting 'at' branch hints.
    	(extract_boe): Add new 'branch_taken' formal argument.  Add support
    	for extracting 'at' branch hints.
    	(insert_bom, extract_bom, insert_bop, extract_bop): New functions.
    	(BOE): Delete operand.
    	(BOM, BOP): New operands.
    	(RM): Update value.
    	(XLYLK, XLYLK_MASK, XLYBB_MASK): Delete.
    	(powerpc_opcodes) <bc-, bcl-, bca-, bcla-, bclr-, bclrl-, bcctr-,
    	bcctrl-, bctar-, bctarl->: Replace BOE with BOM.
    	(powerpc_opcodes) <bc+, bcl+, bca+, bcla+, bclr+, bclrl+, bcctr+,
    	bcctrl+, bctar+, bctarl+>: Replace BOE with BOP.
    	<bdnztar, bdnztarl, bdztar, bdztarl, btar, btarl, bdnztar-, bdnztarl-,
    	bdnztar+, bdnztarl+, bdztar-, bdztarl-, bdztar+, bdztarl+, bgetar,
    	bnltar, bgetarl, bnltarl, bletar, bngtar, bletarl, bngtarl, bnetar,
    	bnetarl, bnstar, bnutar, bnstarl, bnutarl, bgetar-, bnltar-, bgetarl-,
    	bnltarl-, bletar-, bngtar-, bletarl-, bngtarl-, bnetar-, bnetarl-,
    	bnstar-, bnutar-, bnstarl-, bnutarl-, bgetar+, bnltar+, bgetarl+,
    	bnltarl+, bletar+, bngtar+, bletarl+, bngtarl+, bnetar+, bnetarl+,
    	bnstar+, bnutar+, bnstarl+, bnutarl+, blttar, blttarl, bgttar, bgttarl,
    	beqtar, beqtarl, bsotar, buntar, bsotarl, buntarl, blttar-, blttarl-,
    	bgttar-, bgttarl-, beqtar-, beqtarl-, bsotar-, buntar-, bsotarl-,
    	buntarl-, blttar+, blttarl+, bgttar+, bgttarl+, beqtar+, beqtarl+,
    	bsotar+, buntar+, bsotarl+, buntarl+, bdnzftar, bdnzftarl, bdzftar,
    	bdzftarl, bftar, bftarl, bftar-, bftarl-, bftar+, bftarl+, bdnzttar,
    	bdnzttarl, bdzttar, bdzttarl, bttar, bttarl, bttar-, bttarl-, bttar+,
    	bttarl+>: New extended mnemonics.
    
    gas/
    	PR gas/24349
    	* testsuite/gas/ppc/power8.s: (bdnztar, bdnztarl, bdztar, bdztarl,
    	btar, btarl, bdnztar-, bdnztarl-, bdnztar+, bdnztarl+, bdztar-,
    	bdztarl-, bdztar+, bdztarl+, bgetar, bnltar, bgetarl, bnltarl,
    	bletar, bngtar, bletarl, bngtarl, bnetar, bnetarl, bnstar, bnutar,
    	bnstarl, bnutarl, bgetar-, bnltar-, bgetarl-, bnltarl-, bletar-,
    	bngtar-, bletarl-, bngtarl-, bnetar-, bnetarl-, bnstar-, bnutar-,
    	bnstarl-, bnutarl-, bgetar+, bnltar+, bgetarl+, bnltarl+, bletar+,
    	bngtar+, bletarl+, bngtarl+, bnetar+, bnetarl+, bnstar+, bnutar+,
    	bnstarl+, bnutarl+, blttar, blttarl, bgttar, bgttarl, beqtar,
    	beqtarl, bsotar, buntar, bsotarl, buntarl, blttar-, blttarl-,
    	bgttar-, bgttarl-, beqtar-, beqtarl-, bsotar-, buntar-, bsotarl-,
    	buntarl-, blttar+, blttarl+, bgttar+, bgttarl+, beqtar+, beqtarl+,
    	bsotar+, buntar+, bsotarl+, buntarl+, bdnzftar, bdnzftarl, bdzftar,
    	bdzftarl, bftar, bftarl, bftar-, bftarl-, bftar+, bftarl+, bdnzttar,
    	bdnzttarl, bdzttar, bdzttarl, bttar, bttarl, bttar-, bttarl-, bttar+,
    	bttarl+): Add tests of extended mnemonics.
    	* testsuite/gas/ppc/power8.d: Likewise.  Update previous bctar tests
    	to expect new extended mnemonics.
    	* testsuite/gas/ppc/a2.s: <bc, bc-, bc+, bcl, bcl-, bcl+>: Update test
    	to not use illegal BO value.  Use a more convenient BI value.
    	* testsuite/gas/ppc/a2.d: Update tests for new expect output.

commit e9f8e3f109d57c119eaaa1e56378926f7f20863f
Author: Thomas Schwinge <thomas@codesourcery.com>
Date:   Thu Apr 4 11:20:09 2019 +0200

    [GDB, Hurd] Fix build; 'target_waitstatus_to_string' call
    
    Recent commit c29705b71a8ec966478c0dc4712194a95291c6de removed an incomplete
    local implementation in favor of 'target_waitstatus_to_string' (thanks!), but
    introduced a small typing error:
    
        In file included from [...]/gdb/gnu-nat.c:24:0:
        [...]/gdb/gnu-nat.c: In member function 'virtual ptid_t gnu_nat_target::wait(ptid_t, target_waitstatus*, int)':
        [...]/gdb/gnu-nat.c:1652:43: error: cannot convert 'target_waitstatus**' to 'const target_waitstatus*' for argument '1' to 'std::__cxx11::string target_waitstatus_to_string(const target_waitstatus*)'
               target_waitstatus_to_string (&status).c_str ());
                                                   ^
        [...]/gdb/gnu-nat.h:119:32: note: in definition of macro 'debug'
                __FILE__ , __LINE__ , ##args); } while (0)
                                        ^~~~
        [...]/gdb/gnu-nat.c:1650:3: note: in expansion of macro 'inf_debug'
           inf_debug (inf, "returning ptid = %s, %s",
           ^~~~~~~~~
    
    	gdb/
    	* gnu-nat.c (gnu_nat_target::wait): Fix
    	target_waitstatus_to_string call.

commit e691a46f7db8db7c126f06551e3cec47f875f512
Author: GDB Administrator <gdbadmin@sourceware.org>
Date:   Thu Apr 4 00:00:15 2019 +0000

    Automatic date update in version.in

commit 403b0b61f6d4358aee8493cb1d11814e368942c9
Author: Max Filippov <jcmvbkbc@gmail.com>
Date:   Tue Apr 2 14:32:42 2019 -0700

    gas: use literals/const16 for xtensa loop relaxation
    
    Loop opcode relaxation that uses addi/addmi doesn't work well with other
    relaxations that may cause code movement. Instead of encoding fixed loop
    end offset in the relaxed sequence use l32r or a pair of const16 to load
    loop end address. This way the address of the loop end gets a relocation
    record and it gets updated appropriately.
    
    gas/
    2019-04-03  Max Filippov  <jcmvbkbc@gmail.com>
    
    	* config/tc-xtensa.c (convert_frag_immed): Drop
    	convert_frag_immed_finish_loop invocation.
    	(convert_frag_immed_finish_loop): Drop declaration and
    	definition.
    	* config/xtensa-relax.c (widen_spec_list): Replace loop
    	widening that uses addi/addmi with widening that uses l32r
    	and const16.

commit 1c6aafe894645ca1da5c0dd0661bca19caf37ad0
Author: Alan Modra <amodra@gmail.com>
Date:   Wed Apr 3 11:21:36 2019 +1030

    PR24411, Division is not accepted in MEMORY length expression
    
    Let's hope no one has section names starting with '/' in scripts.  If
    they do, this change to fix parsing of '/' in expressiongs will break
    their project.
    
    	PR 24411
    	ldlex.l (SYMBOLNAMECHAR1): Don't match '/'.
    	(<EXPRESSION>"/DISCARD/"): New.

commit 092da96ac4fc1bfa4c794320f538edb4e8d4fcfd
Author: Alan Modra <amodra@gmail.com>
Date:   Wed Apr 3 11:28:17 2019 +1030

    ldlex.l tidy
    
    Underscore was specified twice in all these patterns, and backslash
    twice in some.  Flex warned about the $SYSROOT rule, which is covered
    by earlier rules:  "ldlex.l:386: warning, rule cannot be matched".
    
    	* ldlex.l: Formatting.
    	(CMDFILENAMECHAR, CMDFILENAMECHAR1): Delete.
    	(FILENAMECHAR1, SYMBOLNAMECHAR1, FILENAMECHAR, WILDCHAR),
    	(NOCFILENAMECHAR): Remove duplicate chars.  Reorder.
    	(SYMBOLCHARN): Likewise.  Rename to SYMBOLNAMECHAR.
    	(<INPUTLIST>"$SYSROOT"..): Delete rule.

commit 4b24dd1acad5c133d12aab6a575c83269336e47f
Author: Alan Modra <amodra@gmail.com>
Date:   Tue Apr 2 16:38:20 2019 +1030

    BFD whitespace fixes
    
    	* coff-i386.c, * coff-x86_64.c, * coffgen.c, * dwarf2.c,
    	* elf-m10200.c, * elf.c, * elf32-arm.c, * elf32-bfin.c,
    	* elf32-csky.c, * elf32-m32r.c, * elf32-microblaze.c, * elf32-pru.c,
    	* elf32-rx.c, * elf32-xgate.c, * elf64-sparc.c, * elfnn-ia64.c,
    	* elfxx-riscv.c, * elfxx-sparc.c, * linker.c, * mach-o.c,
    	* pe-x86_64.c, * pei-x86_64.c, * plugin.c: Whitespace fixes.

commit 49149495dabc2ef54b7cd38a9346a8696b205da7
Author: GDB Administrator <gdbadmin@sourceware.org>
Date:   Wed Apr 3 00:00:14 2019 +0000

    Automatic date update in version.in

commit 87f98bacb76001157d5a26555a41738ac3841a56
Author: Jim Wilson <jimw@sifive.com>
Date:   Tue Apr 2 13:30:07 2019 -0700

    RISC-V: Don't check ABI flags if no code section.
    
    This fixes a glib build failure reported in PR 24389.  Using ld -b binary
    creates an object file with no elf header flags set which has the wrong ABI
    info for riscv64-linux.  But the file also has no code sections, so I added
    code borrowed from the arm port that only checks the ELF header ABI flags if
    there is a code section.
    
    	bfd/
    	PR 24389
    	* elfnn-riscv.c (_bfd_riscv_elf_merge_private_bfd_data): Move read of
    	ELF header flags to after check for ELF object file.  Loop through
    	sections looking for code sections, if none, then skip ABI checks.

commit 4c7c79dd9858438a25fcc37ba419baa00d31978d
Author: GDB Administrator <gdbadmin@sourceware.org>
Date:   Tue Apr 2 00:00:43 2019 +0000

    Automatic date update in version.in

commit d7df654955c2423190b05b2507caf624ce3d65bc
Author: Andrew Burgess <andrew.burgess@embecosm.com>
Date:   Thu Feb 14 15:49:39 2019 +0000

    gdb/fortran: Handle internal function calls
    
    If an convenience function is defined in python (or guile), then
    currently this will not work in Fortran, instead the user is given
    this message:
    
      (gdb) set language fortran
      (gdb) p $myfunc (3)
      Cannot perform substring on this type
    
    Compare this to C:
    
      (gdb) set language c
      (gdb) p $myfunc (3)
      $1 = 1
    
    After this patch we see the same behaviour in both C and Fortran.
    I've extended the test to check that all languages can call the
    convenience functions - only Fortran was broken.
    
    When calling convenience functions in Fortran we don't need to perform
    the same value preparation (passing by pointer) that we would for
    calling a native function - passing the real value is fine.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    
    	* eval.c (evaluate_subexp_standard): Handle internal functions
    	during Fortran function call handling.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog:
    
    	* gdb.python/py-function.exp: Check calling helper function from
    	all languages.
    	* lib/gdb.exp (gdb_supported_languages): New proc.

commit 8bdc16587e26100282094c8eaa8e83180ba57afd
Author: Andrew Burgess <andrew.burgess@embecosm.com>
Date:   Thu Mar 14 13:58:58 2019 +0000

    gdb: Add $_cimag and $_creal internal functions
    
    Add two new internal functions $_cimag and $_creal that extract the
    imaginary and real parts of a complex value.
    
    These internal functions can take a complex value of any type 'float
    complex', 'double complex', or 'long double complex' and return a
    suitable floating point value 'float', 'double', or 'long double'.
    So we can now do this:
    
        (gdb) p z1
        $1 = 1.5 + 4.5 * I
        (gdb) p $_cimag (z1)
        $4 = 4.5
        (gdb) p $_creal (z1)
        $4 = 1.5
    
    The components of a complex value are not strictly named types in
    DWARF, as the complex type is itself the base type.  However, once we
    are able to extract the components it makes sense to be able to ask
    what the type of these components is and get a sensible answer back,
    rather than the error we would currently get.  Currently GDB says:
    
        (gdb) ptype z1
        type = complex double
        (gdb) p $_cimag (z1)
        $4 = 4.5
        (gdb) ptype $
        type = <invalid type code 9>
    
    With the changes in dwarf2read.c, GDB now says:
    
        (gdb) ptype z1
        type = complex double
        (gdb) p $_cimag (z1)
        $4 = 4.5
        (gdb) ptype $
        type = double
    
    Which seems to make more sense.
    
    gdb/ChangeLog:
    
    	* NEWS: Mention new internal functions.
    	* dwarf2read.c (dwarf2_init_complex_target_type): New function.
    	(read_base_type): Use dwarf2_init_complex_target_type.
    	* value.c (creal_internal_fn): New function.
    	(cimag_internal_fn): New function.
    	(_initialize_values): Register new internal functions.
    
    gdb/doc/ChangeLog:
    
    	* gdb.texinfo (Convenience Funs): Document '$_creal' and
    	'$_cimag'.
    
    gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog:
    
    	* gdb.base/complex-parts.c: New file.
    	* gdb.base/complex-parts.exp: New file.

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