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package plugin

import "cmd/internal/pprof/plugin"

Package plugin defines the plugin implementations that the main pprof driver requires.


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type Fetcher Uses

type Fetcher func(src string, timeout time.Duration, ui UI) (*profile.Profile, error)

A Fetcher reads and returns the profile named by src. It gives up after the given timeout, unless src contains a timeout override (as defined by the implementation). It can print messages to ui.

type FlagSet Uses

type FlagSet interface {
    // Bool, Int, Float64, and String define new flags,
    // like the functions of the same name in package flag.
    Bool(name string, def bool, usage string) *bool
    Int(name string, def int, usage string) *int
    Float64(name string, def float64, usage string) *float64
    String(name string, def string, usage string) *string

    // ExtraUsage returns any additional text that should be
    // printed after the standard usage message.
    // The typical use of ExtraUsage is to show any custom flags
    // defined by the specific pprof plugins being used.
    ExtraUsage() string

    // Parse initializes the flags with their values for this run
    // and returns the non-flag command line arguments.
    // If an unknown flag is encountered or there are no arguments,
    // Parse should call usage and return nil.
    Parse(usage func()) []string

A FlagSet creates and parses command-line flags. It is similar to the standard flag.FlagSet.

type Frame Uses

type Frame struct {
    Func string // name of function
    File string // source file name
    Line int    // line in file

A Frame describes a single line in a source file.

type Inst Uses

type Inst struct {
    Addr uint64 // virtual address of instruction
    Text string // instruction text
    File string // source file
    Line int    // source line

An Inst is a single instruction in an assembly listing.

type ObjFile Uses

type ObjFile interface {
    // Name returns the underlyinf file name, if available
    Name() string

    // Base returns the base address to use when looking up symbols in the file.
    Base() uint64

    // BuildID returns the GNU build ID of the file, or an empty string.
    BuildID() string

    // SourceLine reports the source line information for a given
    // address in the file. Due to inlining, the source line information
    // is in general a list of positions representing a call stack,
    // with the leaf function first.
    SourceLine(addr uint64) ([]Frame, error)

    // Symbols returns a list of symbols in the object file.
    // If r is not nil, Symbols restricts the list to symbols
    // with names matching the regular expression.
    // If addr is not zero, Symbols restricts the list to symbols
    // containing that address.
    Symbols(r *regexp.Regexp, addr uint64) ([]*Sym, error)

    // Close closes the file, releasing associated resources.
    Close() error

An ObjFile is a single object file: a shared library or executable.

type ObjTool Uses

type ObjTool interface {
    // Open opens the named object file.
    // If the object is a shared library, start is the address where
    // it is mapped into memory in the address space being inspected.
    Open(file string, start uint64) (ObjFile, error)

    // Demangle translates a batch of symbol names from mangled
    // form to human-readable form.
    Demangle(names []string) (map[string]string, error)

    // Disasm disassembles the named object file, starting at
    // the start address and stopping at (before) the end address.
    Disasm(file string, start, end uint64) ([]Inst, error)

    // SetConfig configures the tool.
    // The implementation defines the meaning of the string
    // and can ignore it entirely.
    SetConfig(config string)

An ObjTool inspects shared libraries and executable files.

func NoObjTool Uses

func NoObjTool() ObjTool

NoObjTool returns a trivial implementation of the ObjTool interface. Open returns an error indicating that the requested file does not exist. Demangle returns an empty map and a nil error. Disasm returns an error. SetConfig is a no-op.

type Sym Uses

type Sym struct {
    Name  []string // names of symbol (many if symbol was dedup'ed)
    File  string   // object file containing symbol
    Start uint64   // start virtual address
    End   uint64   // virtual address of last byte in sym (Start+size-1)

A Sym describes a single symbol in an object file.

type Symbolizer Uses

type Symbolizer func(mode, src string, prof *profile.Profile, obj ObjTool, ui UI) error

A Symbolizer annotates a profile with symbol information. The profile was fetch from src. The meaning of mode is defined by the implementation.

type UI Uses

type UI interface {
    // Read returns a line of text (a command) read from the user.
    ReadLine() (string, error)

    // Print shows a message to the user.
    // It formats the text as fmt.Print would and adds a final \n if not already present.
    // For line-based UI, Print writes to standard error.
    // (Standard output is reserved for report data.)

    // PrintErr shows an error message to the user.
    // It formats the text as fmt.Print would and adds a final \n if not already present.
    // For line-based UI, PrintErr writes to standard error.

    // IsTerminal returns whether the UI is known to be tied to an
    // interactive terminal (as opposed to being redirected to a file).
    IsTerminal() bool

    // SetAutoComplete instructs the UI to call complete(cmd) to obtain
    // the auto-completion of cmd, if the UI supports auto-completion at all.
    SetAutoComplete(complete func(string) string)

A UI manages user interactions.

func StandardUI Uses

func StandardUI() UI

StandardUI returns a UI that reads from standard input, prints messages to standard output, prints errors to standard error, and doesn't use auto-completion.

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