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    • hjk's avatar
      Debugger: Add a boost::variant dumper · 81d93155
      hjk authored
      This requires making template argument extraction a bit more robust
      
      GCC 5.4.1 created debug info only reports the first argument for
      boost::variant<int, bool>:
      
          #include <boost/variant/variant.hpp
          int main() { boost::variant<int, float> v = 1; return 0; }
      
          py print(gdb.parse_and_eval('v').type)
      
            -> boost::variant<int, float>
      
          py print(gdb.parse_and_eval('v').type.template_argument(0))
      
            -> int
      
          py print(gdb.parse_and_eval('v').type.template_argument(1))
      
             -> Traceback (most recent call last):
                File \"<string>\", line 1, in <module>
                RuntimeError: No argument 1 in template.
                Error while executing Python code.
      
      Change-Id: Iedca8b073078c93449ab61bb2cab05d6cd9803ba
      Reviewed-by: Christian Stenger's avatarChristian Stenger <christian.stenger@qt.io>
      81d93155
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    • hjk's avatar
      Debugger: Add a workaround for bad gcc debug info generation · 53ff0e1c
      hjk authored
      Gcc does not write out full type names with 'using template ...', see
      https://gcc.gnu.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=80466
      
      This is in most cases harmless for Creator as dumpers are triggered
      independently of template arguments. However, if the dumper takes
      different code path based on the template argument type, as is
      e.g. needed for std::vector<bool>, wrong results are produced,
      as the type cache only used the template base name as type id.
      
      Work around by mangling the id of the un-typedef-ed type into
      the type id of a typedef, which, in case of templates contain
      the full parameter list.
      
      Change-Id: I63c59cccdc186b09ff780e9dfd57b0ad668ae98f
      Reviewed-by: Christian Stenger's avatarChristian Stenger <christian.stenger@qt.io>
      53ff0e1c
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