LLVM 17.0.0git
llvm::gsym::LookupResult Struct Reference

#include "llvm/DebugInfo/GSYM/LookupResult.h"

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## Public Member Functions

std::string getSourceFile (uint32_t Index) const

## Public Attributes

The address that this lookup pertains to.

StringRef FuncName
The concrete function name that contains LookupAddr.

SourceLocations Locations
The source locations that match this address.

## Detailed Description

Definition at line 38 of file LookupResult.h.

## ◆ getSourceFile()

 std::string LookupResult::getSourceFile ( uint32_t Index ) const

Definition at line 20 of file LookupResult.cpp.

## ◆ FuncName

 StringRef llvm::gsym::LookupResult::FuncName

The concrete function name that contains LookupAddr.

Definition at line 41 of file LookupResult.h.

Referenced by llvm::gsym::FunctionInfo::lookup().

## ◆ FuncRange

Definition at line 40 of file LookupResult.h.

Referenced by llvm::gsym::FunctionInfo::lookup().

## ◆ Locations

 SourceLocations llvm::gsym::LookupResult::Locations

The source locations that match this address.

This information will only be filled in if the FunctionInfo contains a line table. If an address is for a concrete function with no inlined functions, this array will have one entry. If an address points to an inline function, there will be one SourceLocation for each inlined function with the last entry pointing to the concrete function itself. This allows one address to generate multiple locations and allows unwinding of inline call stacks. The deepest inline function will appear at index zero in the source locations array, and the concrete function will appear at the end of the array.

Definition at line 51 of file LookupResult.h.

Referenced by getSourceFile(), llvm::gsym::FunctionInfo::lookup(), and llvm::gsym::operator<<().