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/* On targets where this is implemented, we resort to a signal trampoline to
   set up the DWARF Call Frame Information that lets unwinders walk through
   the signal frame up into the interrupted user code.  This file introduces
   the relevant declarations.  It should only be #included on targets that do
   implement the signal trampoline.  */

#ifdef __cplusplus
extern "C" {

/* This typedef signature sometimes conflicts with the sighandler_t from
   system headers so call it something unique.  */
typedef void __sigtramphandler_t (int signo, void *siginfo, void *sigcontext);

/* The vxsim target has a different sigcontext structure than the one we're
   compiling the run-time with. We thus need to adjust it in this case */
#if defined(__vxworks) && (defined (__i386__) || defined (__x86_64__)) && !defined (VTHREADS)
extern void __gnat_set_is_vxsim(int val);

extern void __gnat_sigtramp (int signo, void *siginfo, void *sigcontext,
			     __sigtramphandler_t * handler);

/* The signal trampoline is to be called from an established signal handler.

   The trampoline construct makes it so that the unwinder jumps over it + the
   signal handler + the kernel frame.  For a typical backtrace from the raise

     #0  __gnat_Unwind_RaiseException
     #1  Raise_From_Signal_Handler
     #2  __gnat_map_signal
     #3  __gnat_sigtramp
     #4  __gnat_error_handler
     #5  <kernel frame>
     #6  interrupted function

   The unwinder will unwind frames 0, 1 and 2 as usual.  But the CFI of frame
   3 is set up as if the caller of frame 3 was frame 6 so, when frame 3 is
   unwound, the unwinder ends up in frame 6 directly.  It's possible to do so
   because the kernel has saved the context of frame 6 and passed it on to
   __gnat_error_handler and __gnat_sigtramp.  */

#ifdef __cplusplus