||Add MD5 digest to debug-line file table
Section 6.2.4, 220.127.116.11, pg 115
The .debug_line section's file table permits the producer to record the
file size and modification timestamp of each source file, allowing a
debugger to determine whether a source file has changed between the
compilation and a debugging session.
The Sony Playstation debugger is integrated with Visual Studio, which
wants an MD5 digest of each source file; apparently the modification
timestamp can be unreliable when using some source control tools.
Currently our debugger computes the MD5 digest as needed during the
debugging session, which makes this file-modification detection scheme
not particularly effective.
A compiler already needs to read all the source files; and to create
type units, the compiler already needs an MD5 implementation.
Therefore it seems not too unreasonable to add an optional MD5 digest
to the .debug_line section's file table.
Changes to Section 6.2.4 "The Line Number Program Header"
Add a new item numbered 11, and renumber the existing items 11 and 12
as 12 and 13.
11. file_entry_format (ubyte)
A format code indicating the format of certain data in entries in
the file_names field. The format codes are as follows:
Entries contain a modification timestamp and file size.
Entries contain an MD5 digest of the file contents.
In item 13 (renumbered from item 12), file_names, replace the second
and third bullets (timestamp/length) with the following.
o If file_entry_format is DW_LNF_timestamp_size:
o An unsigned LEB128 number representing the (implementation-defined)
time of last modification for the file, or 0 if not available.
o An unsigned LEB128 number representing the length in bytes of
the file, or 0 if not available.
If file_entry_format is DW_LNF_MD5:
o A 16-byte MD5 digest of the file contents.
Also modify the non-normative text at the end of this item as follows.
A compiler may generate a single null byte for the file names field
and define file names using the extended opcode DW_LNE_define_file
(when file_entry_format is DW_LNF_timestamp_size) or
DW_LNE_define_file_MD5 (when file_entry_format is DW_LNF_MD5).
Changes to Section 18.104.22.168 "Extended Opcodes"
Add a new item numbered 5, as follows.
The DW_LNE_define_file_MD5 opcode takes three operands:
1. <copy text from DW_LNE_define_file operand 1>
2. <copy text from DW_LNE_define_file operand 2>
3. A 16-byte MD5 digest of the file contents.
Changes to Section 7.21:
Add a new figure after figure 38:
Format Code Name | Value
DW_LNF_timestamp_size | 0x01
DW_LNF_MD5 | 0x02
Figure 39. File Entry Format Code encodings.
Changes to Appendix F:
The .debug_line version number in DWARF v5 will be 5.