This crate provides a cross-platform library and binary for translating addresses into function names, file names and line numbers. Given an address in an executable or an offset in a section of a relocatable object, it uses the debugging information to figure out which file name and line number are associated with it.
When used as a library, files must first be loaded using the
A context can then be created with
The context caches some of the parsed information so that multiple lookups are
Location information is obtained with
Function information is obtained with
Context::find_frames, which returns
a frame for each inline function. Each frame contains both name and location.
The crate has an example CLI wrapper around the library which provides some of
the functionality of the
addr2line command line tool distributed with GNU
Currently this library only provides information from the DWARF debugging information,
which is parsed using
gimli. The example CLI
wrapper also uses symbol table information provided by the
The state necessary to perform address to line translation.
A function frame.
An iterator over function frames.
A function name.
A source location.
Demangle a symbol name using the demangling scheme for the given language.
Apply 'best effort' demangling of a symbol name.