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 29
 30/* minidump_exception_mac.h: A definition of exception codes for Mac
 31 * OS X
 32 *
 33 * (This is C99 source, please don't corrupt it with C++.)
 34 *
 35 * Author: Mark Mentovai
 36 * Split into its own file: Neal Sidhwaney */
 37 
 38
 39#ifndef GOOGLE_BREAKPAD_COMMON_MINIDUMP_EXCEPTION_MAC_H__
 40#define GOOGLE_BREAKPAD_COMMON_MINIDUMP_EXCEPTION_MAC_H__
 41
 42#include <stddef.h>
 43
 44#include "google_breakpad/common/breakpad_types.h"
 45
 46/* For (MDException).exception_code.  Breakpad minidump extension for Mac OS X
 47 * support.  Based on Darwin/Mac OS X' mach/exception_types.h.  This is
 48 * what Mac OS X calls an "exception", not a "code". */
 49typedef enum {
 50  /* Exception code.  The high 16 bits of exception_code contains one of
 51   * these values. */
 52  MD_EXCEPTION_MAC_BAD_ACCESS      = 1,  /* code can be a kern_return_t */
 53      /* EXC_BAD_ACCESS */
 54  MD_EXCEPTION_MAC_BAD_INSTRUCTION = 2,  /* code is CPU-specific */
 55      /* EXC_BAD_INSTRUCTION */
 56  MD_EXCEPTION_MAC_ARITHMETIC      = 3,  /* code is CPU-specific */
 57      /* EXC_ARITHMETIC */
 58  MD_EXCEPTION_MAC_EMULATION       = 4,  /* code is CPU-specific */
 59      /* EXC_EMULATION */
 60  MD_EXCEPTION_MAC_SOFTWARE        = 5,
 61      /* EXC_SOFTWARE */
 62  MD_EXCEPTION_MAC_BREAKPOINT      = 6,  /* code is CPU-specific */
 63      /* EXC_BREAKPOINT */
 64  MD_EXCEPTION_MAC_SYSCALL         = 7,
 65      /* EXC_SYSCALL */
 66  MD_EXCEPTION_MAC_MACH_SYSCALL    = 8,
 67      /* EXC_MACH_SYSCALL */
 68  MD_EXCEPTION_MAC_RPC_ALERT       = 9
 69      /* EXC_RPC_ALERT */
 70} MDExceptionMac;
 71
 72/* For (MDException).exception_flags.  Breakpad minidump extension for Mac OS X
 73 * support.  Based on Darwin/Mac OS X' mach/ppc/exception.h and
 74 * mach/i386/exception.h.  This is what Mac OS X calls a "code". */
 75typedef enum {
 76  /* With MD_EXCEPTION_BAD_ACCESS.  These are relevant kern_return_t values
 77   * from mach/kern_return.h. */
 78  MD_EXCEPTION_CODE_MAC_INVALID_ADDRESS    =  1,
 79      /* KERN_INVALID_ADDRESS */
 80  MD_EXCEPTION_CODE_MAC_PROTECTION_FAILURE =  2,
 81      /* KERN_PROTECTION_FAILURE */
 82  MD_EXCEPTION_CODE_MAC_NO_ACCESS          =  8,
 83      /* KERN_NO_ACCESS */
 84  MD_EXCEPTION_CODE_MAC_MEMORY_FAILURE     =  9,
 85      /* KERN_MEMORY_FAILURE */
 86  MD_EXCEPTION_CODE_MAC_MEMORY_ERROR       = 10,
 87      /* KERN_MEMORY_ERROR */
 88
 89  /* With MD_EXCEPTION_SOFTWARE */
 90  MD_EXCEPTION_CODE_MAC_BAD_SYSCALL  = 0x00010000,  /* Mach SIGSYS */
 91  MD_EXCEPTION_CODE_MAC_BAD_PIPE     = 0x00010001,  /* Mach SIGPIPE */
 92  MD_EXCEPTION_CODE_MAC_ABORT        = 0x00010002,  /* Mach SIGABRT */
 93  /* Custom values */
 94  MD_EXCEPTION_CODE_MAC_NS_EXCEPTION = 0xDEADC0DE,  /* uncaught NSException */
 95
 96  /* With MD_EXCEPTION_MAC_BAD_ACCESS on ppc */
 97  MD_EXCEPTION_CODE_MAC_PPC_VM_PROT_READ = 0x0101,
 98      /* EXC_PPC_VM_PROT_READ */
 99  MD_EXCEPTION_CODE_MAC_PPC_BADSPACE     = 0x0102,
100      /* EXC_PPC_BADSPACE */
101  MD_EXCEPTION_CODE_MAC_PPC_UNALIGNED    = 0x0103,
102      /* EXC_PPC_UNALIGNED */
103
104  /* With MD_EXCEPTION_MAC_BAD_INSTRUCTION on ppc */
105  MD_EXCEPTION_CODE_MAC_PPC_INVALID_SYSCALL           = 1,
106      /* EXC_PPC_INVALID_SYSCALL */
107  MD_EXCEPTION_CODE_MAC_PPC_UNIMPLEMENTED_INSTRUCTION = 2,
108      /* EXC_PPC_UNIPL_INST */
109  MD_EXCEPTION_CODE_MAC_PPC_PRIVILEGED_INSTRUCTION    = 3,
110      /* EXC_PPC_PRIVINST */
111  MD_EXCEPTION_CODE_MAC_PPC_PRIVILEGED_REGISTER       = 4,
112      /* EXC_PPC_PRIVREG */
113  MD_EXCEPTION_CODE_MAC_PPC_TRACE                     = 5,
114      /* EXC_PPC_TRACE */
115  MD_EXCEPTION_CODE_MAC_PPC_PERFORMANCE_MONITOR       = 6,
116      /* EXC_PPC_PERFMON */
117
118  /* With MD_EXCEPTION_MAC_ARITHMETIC on ppc */
119  MD_EXCEPTION_CODE_MAC_PPC_OVERFLOW           = 1,
120      /* EXC_PPC_OVERFLOW */
121  MD_EXCEPTION_CODE_MAC_PPC_ZERO_DIVIDE        = 2,
122      /* EXC_PPC_ZERO_DIVIDE */
123  MD_EXCEPTION_CODE_MAC_PPC_FLOAT_INEXACT      = 3,
124      /* EXC_FLT_INEXACT */
125  MD_EXCEPTION_CODE_MAC_PPC_FLOAT_ZERO_DIVIDE  = 4,
126      /* EXC_PPC_FLT_ZERO_DIVIDE */
127  MD_EXCEPTION_CODE_MAC_PPC_FLOAT_UNDERFLOW    = 5,
128      /* EXC_PPC_FLT_UNDERFLOW */
129  MD_EXCEPTION_CODE_MAC_PPC_FLOAT_OVERFLOW     = 6,
130      /* EXC_PPC_FLT_OVERFLOW */
131  MD_EXCEPTION_CODE_MAC_PPC_FLOAT_NOT_A_NUMBER = 7,
132      /* EXC_PPC_FLT_NOT_A_NUMBER */
133
134  /* With MD_EXCEPTION_MAC_EMULATION on ppc */
135  MD_EXCEPTION_CODE_MAC_PPC_NO_EMULATION   = 8,
136      /* EXC_PPC_NOEMULATION */
137  MD_EXCEPTION_CODE_MAC_PPC_ALTIVEC_ASSIST = 9,
138      /* EXC_PPC_ALTIVECASSIST */
139
140  /* With MD_EXCEPTION_MAC_SOFTWARE on ppc */
141  MD_EXCEPTION_CODE_MAC_PPC_TRAP    = 0x00000001,  /* EXC_PPC_TRAP */
142  MD_EXCEPTION_CODE_MAC_PPC_MIGRATE = 0x00010100,  /* EXC_PPC_MIGRATE */
143
144  /* With MD_EXCEPTION_MAC_BREAKPOINT on ppc */
145  MD_EXCEPTION_CODE_MAC_PPC_BREAKPOINT = 1,  /* EXC_PPC_BREAKPOINT */
146
147  /* With MD_EXCEPTION_MAC_BAD_INSTRUCTION on x86, see also x86 interrupt
148   * values below. */
149  MD_EXCEPTION_CODE_MAC_X86_INVALID_OPERATION = 1,  /* EXC_I386_INVOP */
150
151  /* With MD_EXCEPTION_MAC_ARITHMETIC on x86 */
152  MD_EXCEPTION_CODE_MAC_X86_DIV       = 1,  /* EXC_I386_DIV */
153  MD_EXCEPTION_CODE_MAC_X86_INTO      = 2,  /* EXC_I386_INTO */
154  MD_EXCEPTION_CODE_MAC_X86_NOEXT     = 3,  /* EXC_I386_NOEXT */
155  MD_EXCEPTION_CODE_MAC_X86_EXTOVR    = 4,  /* EXC_I386_EXTOVR */
156  MD_EXCEPTION_CODE_MAC_X86_EXTERR    = 5,  /* EXC_I386_EXTERR */
157  MD_EXCEPTION_CODE_MAC_X86_EMERR     = 6,  /* EXC_I386_EMERR */
158  MD_EXCEPTION_CODE_MAC_X86_BOUND     = 7,  /* EXC_I386_BOUND */
159  MD_EXCEPTION_CODE_MAC_X86_SSEEXTERR = 8,  /* EXC_I386_SSEEXTERR */
160
161  /* With MD_EXCEPTION_MAC_BREAKPOINT on x86 */
162  MD_EXCEPTION_CODE_MAC_X86_SGL = 1,  /* EXC_I386_SGL */
163  MD_EXCEPTION_CODE_MAC_X86_BPT = 2,  /* EXC_I386_BPT */
164
165  /* With MD_EXCEPTION_MAC_BAD_INSTRUCTION on x86.  These are the raw
166   * x86 interrupt codes.  Most of these are mapped to other Mach
167   * exceptions and codes, are handled, or should not occur in user space.
168   * A few of these will do occur with MD_EXCEPTION_MAC_BAD_INSTRUCTION. */
169  /* EXC_I386_DIVERR    =  0: mapped to EXC_ARITHMETIC/EXC_I386_DIV */
170  /* EXC_I386_SGLSTP    =  1: mapped to EXC_BREAKPOINT/EXC_I386_SGL */
171  /* EXC_I386_NMIFLT    =  2: should not occur in user space */
172  /* EXC_I386_BPTFLT    =  3: mapped to EXC_BREAKPOINT/EXC_I386_BPT */
173  /* EXC_I386_INTOFLT   =  4: mapped to EXC_ARITHMETIC/EXC_I386_INTO */
174  /* EXC_I386_BOUNDFLT  =  5: mapped to EXC_ARITHMETIC/EXC_I386_BOUND */
175  /* EXC_I386_INVOPFLT  =  6: mapped to EXC_BAD_INSTRUCTION/EXC_I386_INVOP */
176  /* EXC_I386_NOEXTFLT  =  7: should be handled by the kernel */
177  /* EXC_I386_DBLFLT    =  8: should be handled (if possible) by the kernel */
178  /* EXC_I386_EXTOVRFLT =  9: mapped to EXC_BAD_ACCESS/(PROT_READ|PROT_EXEC) */
179  MD_EXCEPTION_CODE_MAC_X86_INVALID_TASK_STATE_SEGMENT = 10,
180      /* EXC_INVTSSFLT */
181  MD_EXCEPTION_CODE_MAC_X86_SEGMENT_NOT_PRESENT        = 11,
182      /* EXC_SEGNPFLT */
183  MD_EXCEPTION_CODE_MAC_X86_STACK_FAULT                = 12,
184      /* EXC_STKFLT */
185  MD_EXCEPTION_CODE_MAC_X86_GENERAL_PROTECTION_FAULT   = 13,
186      /* EXC_GPFLT */
187  /* EXC_I386_PGFLT     = 14: should not occur in user space */
188  /* EXC_I386_EXTERRFLT = 16: mapped to EXC_ARITHMETIC/EXC_I386_EXTERR */
189  MD_EXCEPTION_CODE_MAC_X86_ALIGNMENT_FAULT            = 17
190      /* EXC_ALIGNFLT (for vector operations) */
191  /* EXC_I386_ENOEXTFLT = 32: should be handled by the kernel */
192  /* EXC_I386_ENDPERR   = 33: should not occur */
193} MDExceptionCodeMac;
194
195#endif  /* GOOGLE_BREAKPAD_COMMON_MINIDUMP_EXCEPTION_MAC_OSX_H__ */