[Bug 17237] New: Automated tests are missing for ELF core file support

Bug ID 17237
Summary Automated tests are missing for ELF core file support
Product lldb
Version unspecified
Hardware PC
OS Windows NT
Status NEW
Severity normal
Priority P
Component All Bugs
Assignee lldb-dev@cs.uiuc.edu
Reporter ashok.thirumurthi@intel.com
Classification Unclassified

As an lldb developer, I would like an automated test for LLDB operation when
run against an ELF core file, so that I know when regressions are introduced.

Note:
* Can run "ulimit -c unlimited" and then build&run
functionalities/inferior-asserting/a.out to generate a core file.
* Can base the tests on existing code in TestInferiorAssert.py that walks the
call stack to inspect frames.

Acceptance Criteria:
* Generate a core file as part of the test rather than checking in a file.
** Delete the generated core file independent of success or failure of the
test.
* Incorporate tests analogous to TestRegisters.py and TestInferiorAssert.py.
* Provide an xfail for AVX register tests.
* Provide an xfail for bugzilla 17227 (incorrect disassembly)

labath@google.com changed bug 17237

What Removed Added
Status NEW RESOLVED
CC labath@google.com
Resolution FIXED

Comment # 2 on bug 17237 from labath@google.com

We already have windows minidump- and linux elf core file-tests checked in. I
would encourage other architectures to check-in small core files as well, but
in general, I'd call this fixed.