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// When `external_symbolizer_path` is empty on Darwin we fallback on using
// dladdr as the symbolizer which means we get the symbol name
// but no source location. The current implementation also doesn't try to
// change the module name so we end up with the full name so we actually don't
// need the module map here.
// RUN: %clangxx_asan -O0 -g %s -o %t.executable
// RUN: %env_asan_opts=symbolize=1,print_module_map=0,external_symbolizer_path= not %run %t.executable > %t2.log 2>&1
// RUN: FileCheck -input-file=%t2.log -check-prefix=CHECK-PS %s
// RUN: %asan_symbolize --force-system-symbolizer < %t2.log > %t2.fully_symbolized
// RUN: FileCheck -input-file=%t2.fully_symbolized -check-prefix=CHECK-FS %s
#include <cstdlib>
// Partially symbolicated back-trace where symbol is available but
// source location is not and instead module name and offset are
// printed.
// CHECK-PS: WRITE of size 4
// CHECK-PS: #0 0x{{.+}} in foo ({{.+}}.executable:{{.+}}+0x{{.+}})
// CHECK-PS: #1 0x{{.+}} in main ({{.+}}.executable:{{.+}}+0x{{.+}})
// CHECK-FS: WRITE of size 4
extern "C" void foo(int* a) {
// CHECK-FS: #0 0x{{.+}} in foo {{.*}}[[@LINE+1]]
*a = 5;
int main() {
int* a = (int*) malloc(sizeof(int));
if (!a)
return 0;
// CHECK-FS: #1 0x{{.+}} in main {{.*}}[[@LINE+1]]
return 0;