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#ifndef PARENT_H
#define PARENT_H

#include <sys/time.h>
#include <sys/resource.h>

#include <list>

#include <stdio.h>
#include <string>

#include "arch/platform.h"
#include "platform_specific.h"

#include "shared_mem.h"

extern size_t static_mem_size, shared_mem_size;

bool attach_debugger( pid_t child, int socket );
int process_children( int master_socket );
int process_sigchld( pid_t pid, enum PTLIB_WAIT_RET wait_state, int status, long ret );


struct pid_state {
    /* The list of states a process can be in.
       As far as the syscall handler is concerned, each state has a "before" and "after" semantics.
       Before - between the point the process has sent us a SIGTRAP and the handler being called
       After - between the handler's return and the process receiving a continue command

       Handlers should check for the before state and should set the after state

         Inbound - this is the SIGTRAP sent to us right before the kernel processes the syscall
         Outbound - this is the SIGTRAP sent to us right after the kernel processed the syscall
    enum states {
        // Internal use - never set from a handler and will never be seen from a handler
        // Base state. Before - the process is inbound on a new syscall.
        // After - process is outbound from the last syscall in this sequence.
        // After - process is inbound to an unmodified syscall. Before - process is outbound from an unmodified syscall.
        // The "unmodified" part is asserted by the main loop! Violating this constraint will crash the process in debug mode
        // After - Set in *Outbound* mode to indicate we initiated a new call with ptlib_generate_syscall
        // Before - handled internally by process_sigchld - handler will never be called with this state
        // Before - outbound on a modified syscall. May or may not be a result of ptlib_generate_syscall
        // After - Set when you want to change the original inbound syscall to something else.
        // Do not use RETURN under those circumstances, as it will violate the assertion.
        // This mode rarely makes sense.
        // After - handler generated a syscall, but would like to be notified when that syscall reaches inbound
        // Before - inbound on generated syscall
        // The above two are used internally. The handler should never set them and will never see them set.
        // After - the handler semantics needs to hold the process until some asynchronous operation is done.
        //      This state is somewhat special, as it is not tied to an outbound/inbound state.
        //      A handler setting this state should return false, to prevent process_sigchld from allowing the
        //      process to continue running.
        // Before - the handler is called from "notify_parent", not "process_sigchld". Inbound/outbound depends on
        // NOTICE: Release of a waiting process should not be done into the NONE state, as that would mean that if a recursive
        // debugger is connected to the process, it will not see the syscall return!
    } state;
    int orig_sc; // Original system call

    void *memory; // Where and how much mem do we have inside the process's address space
    void *shared_memory; // Process address of shared memory
    shared_mem shared_mem_local; // local pointers to the shared memory

    int_ptr context_state[NUM_SAVED_STATES];
    void *saved_state[PTLIB_STATE_SIZE];

    // "wait" simulation and recursive debuggers support
    pid_t debugger, parent; // Which process thinks it's ptracing/parenting this one
    int num_children, num_debugees; // How many child/debugged processes we have
    int trace_mode; // Which ptrace mode was used to run the process
    pid_t session_id;

    std::string root;

// Values for trace_mode
#define TRACE_DETACHED  0x0
#define TRACE_CONT      0x1
#define TRACE_SYSCALL   0x2
#define TRACE_MASK1     0x7
#define TRACE_STOPPED1  0x10
#define TRACE_STOPPED2  0x20
#define TRACE_MASK2     0x70

#define DEF_VAR(type, name) private: type _##name; \
    public: type &name() { return _##name; } const type &name() const { return _##name; }

    struct wait_state {
        DEF_VAR( pid_t, pid)
        DEF_VAR( int, status)
        DEF_VAR( struct rusage, usage)
        DEF_VAR( bool, debugonly) // Whether a parent that is not a debugger would have got this message
        wait_state() : _pid(0), _status(0), _debugonly(true)

        wait_state( pid_t pid, int status, const struct rusage *usage, bool debugonly ) : _pid(pid), _status(status), _usage(*usage),
#undef DEF_VAR
    std::list<wait_state> waiting_signals;

    pid_state() : state(INIT), memory(NULL), shared_memory(NULL), shared_mem_local(), debugger(0),
        parent(0), num_children(0), num_debugees(0), trace_mode(TRACE_DETACHED), session_id(0), root("/")

pid_state *lookup_state( pid_t pid );

typedef bool (*sys_callback)( int sc_num, pid_t pid, pid_state *state );
struct syscall_hook {
    sys_callback func;
    const char *name;

    syscall_hook() : func(NULL), name(NULL)
    syscall_hook( sys_callback _func, const char *_name ) : func(_func), name(_name)

bool allocate_process_mem( pid_t pid, pid_state *state, int sc_num );

void dump_registers( pid_t pid );

#endif /* PARENT_H */

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