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// Copyright 2013 The Go Authors. All rights reserved.
// Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style
// license that can be found in the LICENSE file.
// +build amd64 amd64p32 386
#include "runtime.h"
// adjust Gobuf as it if executed a call to fn with context ctxt
// and then did an immediate gosave.
runtime·gostartcall(Gobuf *gobuf, void (*fn)(void), void *ctxt)
uintptr *sp;
sp = (uintptr*)gobuf->sp;
if(sizeof(uintreg) > sizeof(uintptr))
*--sp = 0;
*--sp = (uintptr)gobuf->pc;
gobuf->sp = (uintptr)sp;
gobuf->pc = (uintptr)fn;
gobuf->ctxt = ctxt;
// Called to rewind context saved during morestack back to beginning of function.
// To help us, the linker emits a jmp back to the beginning right after the
// call to morestack. We just have to decode and apply that jump.
runtime·rewindmorestack(Gobuf *gobuf)
byte *pc;
pc = (byte*)gobuf->pc;
if(pc[0] == 0xe9) { // jmp 4-byte offset
gobuf->pc = gobuf->pc + 5 + *(int32*)(pc+1);
if(pc[0] == 0xeb) { // jmp 1-byte offset
gobuf->pc = gobuf->pc + 2 + *(int8*)(pc+1);
if(pc[0] == 0xcc) {
// This is a breakpoint inserted by gdb. We could use
// runtime·findfunc to find the function. But if we
// do that, then we will continue execution at the
// function entry point, and we will not hit the gdb
// breakpoint. So for this case we don't change
// gobuf->pc, so that when we return we will execute
// the jump instruction and carry on. This means that
// stack unwinding may not work entirely correctly
// ( but the user is
// running under gdb anyhow.
runtime·printf("runtime: pc=%p %x %x %x %x %x\n", pc, pc[0], pc[1], pc[2], pc[3], pc[4]);
runtime·throw("runtime: misuse of rewindmorestack");