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# If the offset and/or size fields of the PT_DYNAMIC field become corrupted,
# it will be impossible to read the dynamic segment validly. This test shows
# that a sensible error message is given in this situation.

# Creating such a malformed file is hard. The easiest way to simulate it is to
# truncate the file. Note that the section headers must first be stripped or
# llvm-readobj will fail to parse the file due to the section header table
# offset pointing outside the file.

# RUN: yaml2obj %s -o %t.base
# RUN: llvm-objcopy --strip-sections %t.base %t.stripped

# Test case where the size is too large to fit in the file, but the start is
# within the file.
# RUN: cp %t.stripped %t.truncated1
# RUN: %python -c "with open(r'%t.truncated1', 'r+') as f: f.truncate(0x1001)"
# RUN: not llvm-readobj %t.truncated1 --dynamic-table 2>&1 | FileCheck %s

# Test case where the offset is too large to be in the file.
# RUN: cp %t.stripped %t.truncated2
# RUN: %python -c "with open(r'%t.truncated2', 'r+') as f: f.truncate(0xFFF)"
# RUN: not llvm-readobj %t.truncated2 --dynamic-table 2>&1 | FileCheck %s

# CHECK: error: Invalid data was encountered while parsing the file

--- !ELF
  Class:   ELFCLASS64
  Data:    ELFDATA2LSB
  Type:    ET_EXEC
  Machine: EM_X86_64
  - Name:         .dynamic
    Type:         SHT_DYNAMIC
    Address:      0x1000
    AddressAlign: 0x1000
      - Tag:   DT_NULL
        Value: 0
  - Type: PT_LOAD
    VAddr: 0x1000
      - Section: .dynamic
  - Type: PT_DYNAMIC
    VAddr: 0x1000
      - Section: .dynamic