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24  
25  package sun.jvm.hotspot.debugger.cdbg;
26  
27  import sun.jvm.hotspot.debugger.*;
28  
29  /** Describes in an abstract sense the kind of debug events which may
30      be received from the target process. On UNIX platforms these are
31      typically signals intercepted via ptrace or some other mechanism,
32      while on Windows they are usually exceptions. Also describes
33      certain types of events like loading and unloading of DSOs/DLLs
34      ("LoadObjects"). */
35  
36  public interface DebugEvent {
37    public static class Type {
38      private Type() {}
39      /** Indicates a DSO/DLL was loaded by the target process */
40      public static final Type LOADOBJECT_LOAD   = new Type();
41      /** Indicates a DSO/DLL was unloaded by the target process */
42      public static final Type LOADOBJECT_UNLOAD = new Type();
43      /** Indicates a breakpoint was hit */
44      public static final Type BREAKPOINT        = new Type();
45      /** Indicates a single machine instruction was stepped */
46      public static final Type SINGLE_STEP       = new Type();
47      /** Indicates an unmapped memory address was read from or written
48          to by the target process */
49      public static final Type ACCESS_VIOLATION  = new Type();
50      /** Indicates an event of an unknown type occurred in the target
51          process (catch-all for implementations; but add more event
52          types) */
53      public static final Type UNKNOWN           = new Type();
54    }
55  
56    /** The type of this debug event; BREAKPOINT, SINGLE_STEP, etc. */
57    public Type getType();
58  
59    /** Retrieves the ThreadProxy for the thread on which the event
60        occurred. This is always present. */
61    public ThreadProxy getThread();
62  
63    /** For BREAKPOINT, SINGLE_STEP, and ACCESS_VIOLATION events,
64        returns the program counter at which the event occurred.  For
65        other types of events returns an undefined value. */
66    public Address getPC();
67  
68    /** For ACCESS_VIOLATION events, indicates whether the fault
69        occurred on a write (vs. a read). For other types of events
70        returns an undefined value. */
71    public boolean getWasWrite();
72  
73    /** For ACCESS_VIOLATION events, returns the address at which the
74        fault occurred. For LOADOBJECT_LOAD and LOADOBJECT_UNLOAD
75        events, returns the base address of the loadobject in the target
76        process's address space. For other types of events returns an
77        undefined value. */
78    public Address getAddress();
79  
80    /** For UNKNOWN events, may return a detail message or may return
81        null. For other types of events returns an undefined value. */
82    public String getUnknownEventDetail();
83  }