import os
import re
import sys
import pprint
import signal
import string
import traceback

from ConfigParser import *

from cmd import *
from struct import *
from getopt import getopt
from UserDict import *
from threading import *

import vtrace
import vtrace.util as v_util
import vtrace.snapshot as vs_snap
import vtrace.notifiers as v_notif

import vdb
import vdb.stalker as v_stalker
import vdb.extensions as v_ext

import envi
import envi.cli as e_cli
import envi.bits as e_bits
import envi.memory as e_mem
import envi.config as e_config
import envi.resolver as e_resolv
import envi.memcanvas as e_canvas

import vstruct
import vstruct.primitives as vs_prims

vdb.basepath = vdb.__path__[0] + "/"

class VdbLookup(UserDict):
    def __init__(self, initdict={}):
        UserDict.__init__(self)
        for key,val in initdict.items():
            self.__setitem__(self, key, value)

    def __setitem__(self, key, item):
        UserDict.__setitem__(self, key, item)
        UserDict.__setitem__(self, item, key)

class ScriptThread(Thread):
    def __init__(self, cobj, locals):
        Thread.__init__(self)
        self.setDaemon(True)
        self.cobj = cobj
        self.locals = locals

    def run(self):
        try:
            exec(self.cobj, self.locals)
        except Exception, e:
            traceback.print_exc()
            print "Script Error: ",e

class VdbTrace:
    """
    Used to hand thing that need a persistant reference to a trace
    when using vdb to manage tracers.
    """
    def __init__(self, db):
        self.db = db

    def attach(self, pid):
        # Create a new tracer for the debugger and attach.
        trace = self.db.newTrace()
        trace.attach(pid)

    # Take over all notifier registration
    def registerNotifier(self, event, notif):
        self.db.registerNotifier(event, notif)

    def deregisterNotifier(self, event, notif):
        self.db.deregisterNotifier(event, notif)

    #FIXME should we add modes to this?

    def selectThread(self, threadid):
        #FIXME perhaps a thread selected LOCAL event?
        trace = self.db.getTrace()
        trace.selectThread(threadid)
        self.db.fireLocalNotifiers(vtrace.NOTIFY_BREAK, trace)

    def __getattr__(self, name):
        return getattr(self.db.getTrace(), name)

defconfig = """
[Vdb]

[RegisterView]
i386=eax,ebx,ecx,edx,esi,edi,eip,esp,ebp,eflags,ds,es,cs,fs,gs,ss
x64=rax,rbx,rcx,rdx,rsi,rdi,rip,rsp,rbp,r8,r9,r10,r11,r12,r13,r14,r15

[Aliases]
<f1>=stepi
<f2>=go -I 1
<f5>=go
"""
        
class Vdb(e_cli.EnviMutableCli, v_notif.Notifier, v_util.TraceManager):

    """
    A VDB object is a debugger object which may be used to embed full
    debugger like functionality into a python application.  The
    Vdb object contains a CLI impelementation which extends envi.cli>
    """

    def __init__(self, trace=None):
        v_notif.Notifier.__init__(self)
        v_util.TraceManager.__init__(self)

        if trace == None:
            trace = vtrace.getTrace()

        arch = trace.getMeta("Architecture")
        self.arch = envi.getArchModule(arch)
        self.difftracks = {}
        self.waitlib = None

        self.windows_jit_event = None

        # We hangn on to an opcode renderer instance
        self.opcoderend = None

        # If a VdbGui instance is present it will set this.
        self.gui = None

        self.setMode("NonBlocking", True)

        self.manageTrace(trace)
        self.registerNotifier(vtrace.NOTIFY_ALL, self)

        # FIXME if config verbose
        #self.registerNotifier(vtrace.NOTIFY_ALL, vtrace.VerboseNotifier())

        self.vdbhome = e_config.gethomedir(".vdb")

        self.loadConfig()

        self.setupSignalLookups()

        # Ok... from here down we're handing everybody the crazy
        # on-demand-resolved trace object.
        trace = vdb.VdbTrace(self)
        e_cli.EnviMutableCli.__init__(self, trace, self.config, symobj=trace)

        self.prompt = "vdb > "
        self.banner = "Welcome To VDB!\n"

        self.loadDefaultRenderers(trace)
        self.loadExtensions(trace)

    def loadConfig(self):
        cfgfile = None
        if self.vdbhome != None:
            if not os.path.exists(self.vdbhome):
                os.mkdir(self.vdbhome)
            cfgfile = os.path.join(self.vdbhome, "vdb.conf")

        self.config = e_config.EnviConfig(filename=cfgfile, defaults=defconfig)

    def loadDefaultRenderers(self, trace):
        import envi.memcanvas.renderers as e_render
        import vdb.renderers as v_rend
        # FIXME check endianness
        self.canvas.addRenderer("bytes", e_render.ByteRend())
        self.canvas.addRenderer("u_int_16", e_render.ShortRend())
        self.canvas.addRenderer("u_int_32", e_render.LongRend())
        self.canvas.addRenderer("u_int_64", e_render.QuadRend())
        self.opcoderend = v_rend.OpcodeRenderer(self.trace)
        self.canvas.addRenderer("disasm", self.opcoderend)
        drend = v_rend.DerefRenderer(self.trace)
        self.canvas.addRenderer("Deref View", drend)
        srend = v_rend.SymbolRenderer(self.trace)
        self.canvas.addRenderer('Symbols View', srend)

    def verror(self, msg, addnl=True):
        if addnl:
            msg += "\n"
        sys.stderr.write(msg)

    def loadExtensions(self, trace):
        """
        Load up any extensions which are relevant for the current tracer's
        platform/arch/etc...
        """
        v_ext.loadExtensions(self, trace)

    def getTrace(self):
        return self.trace

    def newTrace(self):
        """
        Generate a new trace for this vdb instance.  This fixes many of
        the new attach/exec data munging issues because tracer re-use is
        *very* sketchy...
        """
        oldtrace = self.getTrace()
        if oldtrace.isRunning():
            oldtrace.sendBreak()
        if oldtrace.isAttached():
            oldtrace.detach()

        self.trace = oldtrace.buildNewTrace()
        oldtrace.release()

        self.manageTrace(self.trace)
        return self.trace

    def setupSignalLookups(self):
        self.siglookup = VdbLookup()

        self.siglookup[0] = "None"

        for name in dir(signal):
            if name[:3] == "SIG" and "_" not in name:
                self.siglookup[name] = eval("signal.%s"%name)
        
    def getSignal(self, sig):
        """
        If given an int, return the name, for a name, return the int ;)
        """
        return self.siglookup.get(sig,None)

    def parseExpression(self, exprstr):
        return self.trace.parseExpression(exprstr)

    def getExpressionLocals(self):
        r = vtrace.VtraceExpressionLocals(self.trace)
        r["db"] = self
        return r

    def reprPointer(self, address):
        """
        Return a string representing the best known name for
        the given address
        """
        if not address:
            return "NULL"

        # Do we have a symbol?
        sym = self.trace.getSymByAddr(address, exact=False)
        if sym != None:
            return "%s + %d" % (repr(sym),address-long(sym))

        # Check if it's a thread's stack
        for tid,tinfo in self.trace.getThreads().items():
            ctx = self.trace.getRegisterContext(tid)
            sp = ctx.getStackCounter()
            stack,size,perms,fname = self.trace.getMemoryMap(sp)
            if address >= stack and address < (stack+size):
                off = address - sp
                op = "+"
                if off < 0:
                    op = "-"
                off = abs(off)
                return "tid:%d sp%s%s (stack)" % (tid,op,off)

        map = self.trace.getMemoryMap(address)
        if map:
            return map[3]

        return "Who knows?!?!!?"

    def script(self, filename, args=[]):
        """
        Execute a vdb script.
        """
        text = file(filename).read()
        self.scriptstring(text, filename, args)

    def scriptstring(self, script, filename, args=[]):
        """
        Do the actual compile and execute for the script data
        contained in script which was read from filename.
        """
        local = self.getExpressionLocals()
        cobj = compile(script, filename, "exec")
        sthr = ScriptThread(cobj, local)
        sthr.start()

    def notify(self, event, trace):

        pid = trace.getPid()
        tid = trace.getCurrentThread()

        if event == vtrace.NOTIFY_ATTACH:
            self.vprint("Attached to : %d" % pid)
            self.waitlib = None
            self.difftracks = {}

            if self.windows_jit_event:
                trace._winJitEvent(self.windows_jit_event)
                self.windows_jit_event = None

        elif event == vtrace.NOTIFY_CONTINUE:
            pass

        elif event == vtrace.NOTIFY_DETACH:
            self.difftracks = {}
            self.vprint("Detached from %d" % pid)

        elif event == vtrace.NOTIFY_SIGNAL:

            # FIXME move all this code into a bolt on notifier!
            thr = trace.getCurrentThread()
            signo = trace.getCurrentSignal()

            self.vprint("Process Recieved Signal %d (0x%.8x) (Thread: %d (0x%.8x))" % (signo, signo, thr, thr))

            faddr,fperm = trace.getMemoryFault()
            if faddr != None:
                accstr = e_mem.getPermName(fperm)
                self.vprint('Memory Fault: addr: 0x%.8x perm: %s' % (faddr, accstr))

        elif event == vtrace.NOTIFY_BREAK:

            trace.setMeta('PendingBreak', False)
            bp = trace.getCurrentBreakpoint()
            if bp:
                self.vprint("Thread: %d Hit Break: %s" % (tid, repr(bp)))
            else:
                self.vprint("Thread: %d NOTIFY_BREAK" % tid)

        elif event == vtrace.NOTIFY_EXIT:
            ecode = trace.getMeta('ExitCode')
            self.vprint("PID %d exited: %d (0x%.8x)" % (pid,ecode,ecode))

        elif event == vtrace.NOTIFY_LOAD_LIBRARY:
            self.vprint("Loading Binary: %s" % trace.getMeta("LatestLibrary",None))
            if self.waitlib != None:
                normname = trace.getMeta('LatestLibraryNorm', None)
                if self.waitlib == normname:
                    self.waitlib = None
                    trace.runAgain(False)

        elif event == vtrace.NOTIFY_UNLOAD_LIBRARY:
            self.vprint("Unloading Binary: %s" % trace.getMeta("LatestLibrary",None))

        elif event == vtrace.NOTIFY_CREATE_THREAD:
            self.vprint("New Thread: %d" % tid)

        elif event == vtrace.NOTIFY_EXIT_THREAD:
            ecode = trace.getMeta("ExitCode", 0)
            self.vprint("Exit Thread: %d (ecode: 0x%.8x (%d))" % (tid,ecode,ecode))

        elif event == vtrace.NOTIFY_DEBUG_PRINT:
            s = "<unknown>"
            win32 = trace.getMeta("Win32Event", None)
            if win32:
                s = win32.get("DebugString", "<unknown>")
            self.vprint("DEBUG PRINT: %s" % s)


    ###################################################################
    #
    # All CLI extension commands start here
    #

    def do_vstruct(self, line):
        """
        List the available structure modules and optionally
        structure definitions from a particular module in the
        current vstruct.

        Usage: vstruct [modname]
        """
        if len(line) == 0:
            self.vprint("\nVStruct Namespaces:")
            plist = self.trace.getStructNames()
        else:
            self.vprint("\nKnown Structures (from %s):" % line)
            plist = self.trace.getStructNames(namespace=line)

        for n in plist:
            self.vprint(str(n))
        self.vprint("\n")

    def do_dis(self, line):
        """
        Print out the opcodes for a given address expression

        Usage: dis <address expression> [<size expression>]
        """

        argv = e_cli.splitargs(line)

        size = 20
        argc = len(argv)
        if argc == 0:
            addr = self.trace.getProgramCounter()
        else:
            addr = self.parseExpression(argv[0])

        if argc > 1:
            size = self.parseExpression(argv[1])

        self.vprint("Dissassembly:")
        self.canvas.render(addr, size, rend=self.opcoderend)

    def do_var(self, line):
        """
        Set a variable in the expression parsing context.  This allows
        for scratchspace names (python compatable names) to be used in
        expressions.

        Usage: var <name> <addr_expression>

        NOTE: The address expression *must* resolve at the time you set it.
        """
        t = self.trace

        if len(line):
            argv = e_cli.splitargs(line)
            if len(argv) == 1:
                return self.do_help("var")
            name = argv[0]
            expr = " ".join(argv[1:])
            addr = t.parseExpression(expr)
            t.setVariable(name, addr)

        vars = t.getVariables()
        self.vprint("Current Variables:")
        if not vars:
            self.vprint("None.")
        else:
            vnames = vars.keys()
            vnames.sort()
            for n in vnames:
                val = vars.get(n)
                if type(val) in (int, long):
                    self.vprint("%20s = 0x%.8x" % (n,val))
                else:
                    rstr = repr(val)
                    if len(rstr) > 30:
                        rstr = rstr[:30] + '...'
                    self.vprint("%20s = %s" % (n,rstr))

    def do_alloc(self, args):
        #"""
        #Allocate a chunk of memory in the target process.  You may
        #optionally specify permissions and a suggested base address.

        #Usage: alloc [-p rwx] [-s <base>] <size>
        #"""
        """
        Allocate a chunk of memory in the target process.  It will be
        allocated with rwx permissions.

        Usage: alloc <size expr>
        """
        if len(args) == 0:
            return self.do_help("alloc")
        t = self.trace
        #argv = e_cli.splitargs(args)
        try:
            size = t.parseExpression(args)
            base = t.allocateMemory(size)
            self.vprint("Allocated %d bytes at: 0x%.8x" % (size, base))
        except Exception, e:
            traceback.print_exc()
            self.vprint("Allocation Error: %s" % e)

    def do_memload(self, line):
        '''
        Load a file into memory. (straight mapping, no parsing)

        Usage: memload <filename>
        '''
        argv = e_cli.splitargs(line)
        if len(argv) != 1:
            return self.do_help('memload')

        fname = argv[0]
        if not os.path.isfile(fname):
            self.vprint('Invalid File: %s' % fname)
            return

        fbytes = file(fname, 'rb').read()
        memva = self.trace.allocateMemory(len(fbytes))
        self.trace.writeMemory(memva, fbytes)

        self.vprint('Loaded At: 0x%.8x (%d bytes)' % (memva, len(fbytes)))

    def do_struct(self, args):
        """
        Break out a strcuture from memory.  You may use the command
        "vstruct" to show the known structures in vstruct.

        Usage: struct <StructName> <vtrace expression>
        """
        try:
            clsname, vexpr = e_cli.splitargs(args)
        except:
            return self.do_help("struct")

        t = self.trace

        addr = t.parseExpression(vexpr)
        s = t.getStruct(clsname, addr)
        self.vprint(s.tree(va=addr))

    def do_signal(self, args):
        """
        Show the current pending signal/exception code.

        Usage: signal
        """
        # FIXME -i do NOT pass the signal on to the target process.
        t = self.trace
        t.requireAttached()
        cursig = t.getCurrentSignal()
        if cursig == None:
            self.vprint('No Pending Signals/Exceptions!')
        else:
            self.vprint("Current signal: %d (0x%.8x)" % (cursig, cursig))

    def do_snapshot(self, line):
        """
        Take a process snapshot of the current (stopped) trace and
        save it to the specified file.

        Usage: snapshot <filename>
        """
        if len(line) == 0:
            return self.do_help("snapshot")
        alist = e_cli.splitargs(line)
        if len(alist) != 1:
            return self.do_help("snapshot")

        t = self.trace
        t.requireAttached()
        self.vprint("Taking Snapshot...")
        snap = vs_snap.takeSnapshot(t)
        self.vprint("Saving To File")
        snap.saveToFile(alist[0])
        self.vprint("Done")
        snap.release()

    def do_ignore(self, args):
        """
        Add the specified signal id (exception id for windows) to the ignored
        signals list for the current trace.  This will make the smallest possible
        performance impact for that particular signal but will also not alert
        you that it has occured.

        Usage: ignore [options] [-c | <sigcode>...]
        -d - Remove the specified signal codes.
        -c - Include the *current* signal in the sigcode list
        -C - Clear the list of ignored signals

        Example: ignore -c # Ignore the currently posted signal
                 ignore -d 0x80000001 # Remove 0x80000001 from the ignores
        """
        argv = e_cli.splitargs(args)
        try:
            opts,args = getopt(argv, 'Ccd')
        except Exception, e:
            return self.do_help('ignore')

        remove = False
        sigs = []

        for opt,optarg in opts:
            if opt == '-c':
                sig = self.trace.getCurrentSignal()
                if sig == None:
                    self.vprint('No current signal to ignore!')
                    return
                sigs.append(sig)
            elif opt == '-C':
                self.vprint('Clearing ignore list...')
                self.trace.setMeta('IgnoredSignals', [])
            elif opt == '-d':
                remove = True

        for arg in args:
            sigs.append(self.trace.parseExpression(arg))

        for sig in sigs:
            if remove:
                self.vprint('Removing: 0x%.8x' % sig)
                self.trace.delIgnoreSignal(sig)
            else:
                self.vprint('Adding: 0x%.8x' % sig)
                self.trace.addIgnoreSignal(sig)

        ilist = self.trace.getMeta("IgnoredSignals")
        self.vprint("Currently Ignored Signals/Exceptions:")
        for x in ilist:
            self.vprint("0x%.8x (%d)" % (x, x))

    def do_exec(self, cmd):
        """
        Execute a program with the given command line and
        attach to it.
        Usage: exec </some/where and some args>
        """
        t = self.newTrace()
        t.execute(cmd)

    def do_threads(self, line):
        """
        List the current threads in the target process or select
        the current thread context for the target tracer.
        Usage: threads [thread id]
        """
        self.trace.requireNotRunning()
        if self.trace.isRunning():
            self.vprint("Can't list threads while running!")
            return

        if len(line) > 0:
            thrid = int(line, 0)
            self.trace.selectThread(thrid)
            if self.gui != None:
                self.gui.setTraceWindowsActive(True)

        self.vprint("Current Threads:")
        self.vprint("[thrid] [thrinfo]  [pc]")

        curtid = self.trace.getMeta("ThreadId")
        for tid,tinfo in self.trace.getThreads().items():
            a = " "
            if tid == curtid:
                a = "*"

            sus = ""
            if self.trace.isThreadSuspended(tid):
                sus = "(suspended)"
            ctx = self.trace.getRegisterContext(tid)
            pc = ctx.getProgramCounter()
            self.vprint("%s%6d 0x%.8x 0x%.8x %s" % (a, tid, tinfo, pc, sus))

    def do_suspend(self, line):
        """
        Suspend a thread.

        Usage: suspend <-A | <tid>[ <tid>...]>
        """
        argv = e_cli.splitargs(line)
        try:
            opts,args = getopt(argv, "A")
        except Exception, e:
            return self.do_help("suspend")

        for opt,optarg in opts:
            if opt == "-A":
                # hehe...
                args = [str(tid) for tid in self.trace.getThreads().keys()]

        if not len(args):
            return self.do_help("suspend")

        for arg in args:
            tid = int(arg)
            self.trace.suspendThread(tid)
            self.vprint("Suspended Thread: %d" % tid)

    def do_resume(self, line):
        """
        Resume a thread.

        Usage: resume <-A | <tid>[ <tid>...]>
        """
        argv = e_cli.splitargs(line)
        try:
            opts,args = getopt(argv, "A")
        except Exception, e:
            return self.do_help("suspend")

        for opt,optarg in opts:
            if opt == "-A":
                # hehe...
                args = [str(tid) for tid in self.trace.getThreads().keys()]

        if not len(args):
            return self.do_help("resume")

        for arg in args:
            tid = int(arg)
            self.trace.resumeThread(tid)
            self.vprint("Resumed Thread: %d" % tid)

    #def do_inject(self, line):

    def do_mode(self, args):
        """
        Set modes in the tracers...
        mode Foo=True/False
        """
        if args:
            mode,val = args.split("=")
            newmode = eval(val)
            self.setMode(mode, newmode)
        else:
            for key,val in self.trace.modes.items():
                self.vprint("%s -> %d" % (key,val))

    def do_reg(self, args):
        """
        Show the current register values.  Additionally, you may specify
        name=<expression> to set a register

        Usage: reg [regname=vtrace_expression]
        """
        if len(args):
            if args.find("=") == -1:
                return self.do_help("reg")
            regname,expr = args.split("=", 1)
            val = self.trace.parseExpression(expr)
            self.trace.setRegisterByName(regname, val)
            self.vprint("%s = 0x%.8x" % (regname, val))
            return

        regs = self.trace.getRegisters()
        rnames = regs.keys()
        rnames.sort()
        final = []
        for r in rnames:
            # Capitol names are used for reg vals that we don't want to see
            # (by default)
            if r.lower() != r:
                continue
            val = regs.get(r)
            vstr = e_bits.hex(val, 4)
            final.append(("%12s:0x%.8x (%d)" % (r,val,val)))
        self.columnize(final)

    def do_stepi(self, line):
        """
        Single step the target tracer.
        Usage: stepi [ options ]

        -A <addr>  - Step to <addr>
        -B         - Step past the next branch instruction
        -C <count> - Step <count> instructions
        -R         - Step to return from this function

        """
        t = self.trace
        argv = e_cli.splitargs(line)
        try:
            opts,args = getopt(argv, "A:BC:R")
        except Exception, e:
            return self.do_help("stepi")

        count = None
        taddr = None
        toret = False
        tobrn = False

        for opt, optarg in opts:
            if opt == '-A':
                taddr = t.parseExpression(optarg)

            elif opt == '-B':
                tobrn = True

            elif opt == '-C':
                count = t.parseExpression(optarg)

            elif opt == '-R':
                toret = True

        if ( count == None 
             and taddr == None
             and toret == False 
             and tobrn == False):
            count = 1

        oldmode = self.getMode('FastStep')
        self.setMode('FastStep', True)

        hits = 0
        depth = 0
        try:
            while True:

                pc = t.getProgramCounter()

                if pc == taddr:
                    break

                obytes = t.readMemory(pc, 16)
                # FIXME unified parseOpcode!
                op = t.arch.makeOpcode(obytes, va=pc)

                sym = t.getSymByAddr(pc)

                if sym != None:
                    self.canvas.addVaText(repr(sym), pc)
                    self.canvas.addText(':\n')

                self.canvas.addText('  ' * max(depth,0))
                self.canvas.addVaText('0x%.8x' % pc, pc)
                self.canvas.addText(':  ')
                op.render(self.canvas)
                self.canvas.addText('\n')

                if op.iflags & envi.IF_CALL:
                    depth += 1

                elif op.iflags & envi.IF_RET:
                    depth -= 1

                tid = t.getCurrentThread()

                t.stepi()

                # If we get an event from a different thread, get out!
                if t.getCurrentThread() != tid:
                    break

                # Break out if we have returned from the current function
                if toret and depth < 0:
                    break

                if depth < 0:
                    depth = 0

                hits += 1

                # If we have passed a conditional branch...
                if tobrn == True and hits != 0:

                    if op.iflags & envi.IF_CALL:
                        break

                    if op.iflags & envi.IF_RET:
                        break

                    getout = False
                    for bva, bflags in op.getBranches():
                        if bflags & envi.BR_COND:
                            getout = True
                            break
                    if getout:
                        break


                if count != None and hits >= count:
                    break

                if t.getCurrentSignal() != None:
                    break
                
                if t.getMeta('PendingSignal'):
                    break

        finally:
            self.setMode('FastStep', oldmode)
            # We ate all the events, tell the GUI to update
            # if it's around...
            if self.gui != None: self.gui.setTraceWindowsActive(True)

    def do_go(self, line):
        """
        Continue the target tracer.
        -I go icount linear instructions forward (step over style)
        -U go *out* of fcount frames (step out style)
        <until addr> go until explicit address

        Usage: go [-U <fcount> | -I <icount> | <until addr expression>]
        """
        until = None
        icount = None
        fcount = None

        argv = e_cli.splitargs(line)
        try:
            opts,args = getopt(argv, "U:I:")
        except:
            return self.do_help("go")

        for opt,optarg in opts:
            if opt == "-U":
                if len(optarg) == 0: return self.do_help("go")
                fcount = self.trace.parseExpression(optarg)
            elif opt == "-I":
                if len(optarg) == 0: return self.do_help("go")
                icount = self.trace.parseExpression(optarg)

        if icount != None:
            addr = self.trace.getProgramCounter()
            for i in xrange(icount):
                addr += len(self.arch.makeOpcode(self.trace.readMemory(addr, 16)))
            until = addr

        elif fcount != None:
            until = self.trace.getStackTrace()[fcount][0]

        elif len(args):
            until = self.trace.parseExpression(" ".join(args))

        if not until:
            self.vprint("Running Tracer (use 'break' to stop it)")

        self.trace.run(until=until)

    def do_gui(self, line):
        '''
        Attempt to spawn the VDB gui.  Assuming GTK etc are all installed.
        '''
        if self.gui != None:
            self.vprint('Gui already running!')
            return
        import vdb.gui
        vdb.gui.main(self)

    def do_waitlib(self, line):
        '''
        Run the target process until the specified library
        (by normalized name such as 'kernel32' or 'libc')
        is loaded.  Disable waiting with -D.

        Usage: waitlib [ -D | <libname> ]
        '''
        t = self.trace
        pid = t.getPid()

        t.requireAttached()

        argv = e_cli.splitargs(line)
        try:
            opts,args = getopt(argv, "D")
        except:
            return self.do_help("waitlib")

        for opt, optarg in opts:
            if opt == '-D':
                self.vprint('Disabling Wait On: %s' % self.waitlib)
                self.waitlib = None
                return

        if len(args) != 1:
            return self.do_help('waitlib')

        libname = args[0]

        if t.getMeta('LibraryBases').get(libname) != None:
            self.vprint('Library Already Loaded: %s' % libname)
            return

        self.vprint('Setting Waitlib: %s' % libname)
        self.waitlib = libname

    def do_server(self, port):
        """
        Start a vtrace server on the local box
        optionally specify the port

        Usage: server [port]
        """
        if port:
            vtrace.port = int(port)

        vtrace.startVtraceServer()

    def do_syms(self, line):
        """
        List symbols and by file.

        Usage: syms [-s <pattern>] [filename]

        With no arguments, syms will self.vprint(the possible
        libraries with symbol resolvers.  Specify a library
        to see all the symbols for it.
        """

        argv = e_cli.splitargs(line)
        try:
            opts,args = getopt(argv, "s:")
        except:
            return self.do_help("syms")

        pattern = None
        for opt,optarg in opts:
            if opt == "-s":
                pattern = optarg.lower()

        libs = self.trace.getNormalizedLibNames()
        libs.sort()
        if len(args) == 0:
            self.vprint("Current Library Symbol Resolvers:")

            if pattern == None:
                for libname in libs:
                    self.vprint("  %s" % libname)
            else:
                for libname in libs:
                    for sym in self.trace.getSymsForFile(libname):
                        r = repr(sym)
                        if pattern != None:
                            if r.lower().find(pattern) == -1:
                                continue
                        self.vprint("0x%.8x %s" % (sym.value, r))

        else:
            libname = args[0]
            if libname not in libs:
                self.vprint("Unknown libname: %s" % libname)
                return
            if pattern:
                self.vprint("Matching Symbols From %s:" % libname)
            else:
                self.vprint("Symbols From %s:" % libname)

            for sym in self.trace.getSymsForFile(libname):
                r = repr(sym)
                if pattern != None:
                    if r.lower().find(pattern) == -1:
                        continue
                self.vprint("0x%.8x %s" % (sym.value, r))

    def do_call(self, string):
        """
        Allows a C-like syntax for calling functions inside
        the target process (from his context).
        Example: call printf("yermom %d", 10)
        """
        self.trace.requireAttached()
        ind = string.index("(")
        if ind == -1:
            raise Exception('ERROR - call wants c-style syntax: ie call printf("yermom")')
        funcaddr = self.trace.parseExpression(string[:ind])

        try:
            args = eval(string[ind:])
        except:
            raise Exception('ERROR - call wants c-style syntax: ie call printf("yermom")')

        self.vprint("calling %s -> 0x%.8x" % (string[:ind], funcaddr))
        self.trace.call(funcaddr, args)

    def do_bestname(self, args):
        """
        Return the "best name" string for an address.

        Usage: bestname <vtrace expression>
        """
        if len(args) == 0:
            return self.do_help("bestname")
        addr = self.trace.parseExpression(args)
        self.vprint(self.reprPointer(addr))

    def do_EOF(self, string):
        self.vprint("No.. this is NOT a python interpreter... use quit ;)")

    def do_quit(self,args):
        """
        Quit VDB

        use "quit force" to hard-force a quit regardless of everything.
        """

        if args == 'force':
            print 'Quitting by force!'
            os._exit(0)

        try:
            if self.trace.isRunning():
                self.trace.setMode("RunForever", False)
                self.trace.sendBreak()

            if self.trace.isAttached():
                self.vprint("Detaching...")
                self.trace.detach()

            self.vprint("Exiting...")
            e_cli.EnviMutableCli.do_quit(self, args)

            self.trace.release()

        except Exception, e:
            self.vprint('Exception during quit (may need: quite force): %s' % e)

    def do_detach(self, args):
        """
        Detach from the current tracer
        """
        self.trace.requireAttached()
        if self.trace.isRunning():
            self.trace.setMode("RunForever", False)
            self.trace.sendBreak()
        self.trace.detach()

    def do_attach(self, args):
        """
        Attach to a process by PID or by process name.  In
        the event of more than one process by a given name,
        attach to the last (most recently created) one in
        the list.

        Usage: attach [<pid>,<name>]

        NOTE: This is *not* a regular expression.  The given
        string must be found as a substring of the process
        name...
        """
        pid = None
        try:
            pid = int(args)
        except ValueError, e:

            for mypid, pname in self.trace.ps():
                if pname.find(args) != -1:
                    pid = mypid

        if pid == None:
            return self.do_help('attach')

        self.vprint("Attaching to %d" % pid)
        self.newTrace().attach(pid)

    def do_autocont(self, line):
        """
        Manipulate the auto-continue behavior for the trace.  This
        will cause particular event types to automagically continue
        execution.

        Usage: autocont [event name]
        """
        argv = e_cli.splitargs(line)
        acnames = ["attach",
                   "signal",
                   "break",
                   "loadlib",
                   "unloadlib",
                   "createthread",
                   "exitthread",
                   "dbgprint"]

        acvals = [ vtrace.NOTIFY_ATTACH,
                   vtrace.NOTIFY_SIGNAL, 
                   vtrace.NOTIFY_BREAK,
                   vtrace.NOTIFY_LOAD_LIBRARY,
                   vtrace.NOTIFY_UNLOAD_LIBRARY,
                   vtrace.NOTIFY_CREATE_THREAD,
                   vtrace.NOTIFY_EXIT_THREAD,
                   vtrace.NOTIFY_DEBUG_PRINT]

        c = self.trace.getAutoContinueList()

        if len(line):
            try:
                index = acnames.index(line)
            except ValueError, e:
                self.vprint("Unknown event name: %s" % line)
                return
            sig = acvals[index]
            if sig in c:
                self.trace.disableAutoContinue(sig)
                c.remove(sig)
            else:
                self.trace.enableAutoContinue(sig)
                c.append(sig)

        self.vprint("Auto Continue Status:")
        for i in range(len(acnames)):
            name = acnames[i]
            sig = acvals[i]
            acont = False
            if sig in c:
                acont = True
            self.vprint("%s %s" % (name.rjust(14),repr(acont)))

    def emptyline(self):
        self.do_help("")

    def do_bt(self, line):
        """
        Show a stack backtrace for the currently selected thread.

        Usage: bt
        """
        self.vprint("      [   PC   ] [ Frame  ] [ Location ]")
        idx = 0
        for pc,frame in self.trace.getStackTrace():
            self.vprint("[%3d] 0x%.8x 0x%.8x %s" % (idx,pc,frame,self.reprPointer(pc)))
            idx += 1

    def do_lm(self, args):
        """
        Show the loaded libraries and their base addresses.

        Usage: lm [libname]
        """
        bases = self.trace.getMeta("LibraryBases")
        paths = self.trace.getMeta("LibraryPaths")
        if len(args):
            base = bases.get(args)
            path = paths.get(base, "unknown")
            if base == None:
                self.vprint("Library %s is not found!" % args)
            else:
                self.vprint("0x%.8x - %s %s" % (base, args, path))
        else:
            self.vprint("Loaded Libraries:")
            names = self.trace.getNormalizedLibNames()
            names.sort()
            names = e_cli.columnstr(names)
            for libname in names:
                base = bases.get(libname.strip(), -1)
                path = paths.get(base, "unknown")
                self.vprint("0x%.8x - %.30s %s" % (base, libname, path))

    def do_guid(self, line):
        """
        Parse and display a Global Unique Identifier (GUID) from memory
        (eventually, use GUID db to lookup the name/meaning of the GUID).

        Usage: guid <addr_exp>
        """
        self.trace.requireNotRunning()
        if not line:
            return self.do_help("guid")

        addr = self.parseExpression(line)
        guid = vs_prims.GUID()
        bytes = self.trace.readMemory(addr, len(guid))
        guid.vsSetValue(bytes)
        self.vprint("GUID 0x%.8x %s" % (addr, repr(guid)))

    def do_bpfile(self, line):
        """
        Set the python code for a breakpoint from the contents
        of a file.

        Usage: bpfile <bpid> <filename>
        """
        argv = e_cli.splitargs(line)
        if len(argv) != 2:
            return self.do_help("bpfile")

        bpid = int(argv[0])
        pycode = file(argv[1], "rU").read()

        self.trace.setBreakpointCode(bpid, pycode)

    def do_bpedit(self, line):
        """
        Manipulcate the python code that will be run for a given
        breakpoint by ID.  (Also the way to view the code).

        Usage: bpedit <id> ["optionally new code"]

        NOTE: Your code must be surrounded by "s and may not
        contain any "s
        """
        argv = e_cli.splitargs(line)
        if len(argv) == 0:
            return self.do_help("bpedit")
        bpid = int(argv[0])

        if len(argv) == 2:
            self.trace.setBreakpointCode(bpid, argv[1])

        pystr = self.trace.getBreakpointCode(bpid)
        self.vprint("[%d] Breakpoint code: %s" % (bpid,pystr))

    def do_bp(self, line):
        """
        Show, add,  and enable/disable breakpoints
        USAGE: bp [-d <addr>] [-a <addr>] [-o <addr>] [[-c pycode] <address> ...]
        -C - Clear All Breakpoints
        -c "py code" - Set the breakpoint code to the given python string
        -d <id> - Disable Breakpoint
        -e <id> - Enable Breakpoint
        -r <id> - Remove Breakpoint
        -o <addr> - Create a OneTimeBreak
        -L <libname> - Add bp's to all functions in <libname>
        -F <filename> - Load bpcode from file
        -W perms:size - Set a hardware Watchpoint with perms/size (ie -W rw:4)
        -f - Make added breakpoints from this command into "FastBreaks"
        -S <libname>:<regex> - Add bp's to all matching funcs in <libname>
        <address>... - Create Breakpoint

        NOTE: -c adds python code to the breakpoint.  The python code will
            be run with the following objects mapped into it's namespace
            automagically:
                vtrace  - the vtrace package
                trace   - the tracer
                bp      - the breakpoint object
        """
        self.trace.requireNotRunning()

        argv = e_cli.splitargs(line)
        try:
            opts,args = getopt(argv, "fF:e:d:o:r:L:Cc:S:W:")
        except Exception, e:
            return self.do_help('bp')

        pycode = None
        wpargs = None
        fastbreak = False
        libsearch = None

        for opt,optarg in opts:
            if opt == "-e":
                self.trace.setBreakpointEnabled(eval(optarg), True)

            elif opt == "-c":
                pycode = optarg
                test = compile(pycode, "test","exec")

            elif opt == "-F":
                pycode = file(optarg, "rU").read()

            elif opt == '-f':
                fastbreak = True

            elif opt == "-r":
                self.trace.removeBreakpoint(eval(optarg))

            elif opt == "-C":
                for bp in self.trace.getBreakpoints():
                    self.trace.removeBreakpoint(bp.id)

            elif opt == "-d":
                self.trace.setBreakpointEnabled(eval(optarg), False)

            elif opt == "-o":
                self.trace.addBreakpoint(vtrace.OneTimeBreak(None, expression=optarg))

            elif opt == "-L":
                for sym in self.trace.getSymsForFile(optarg):
                    if not isinstance(sym, e_resolv.FunctionSymbol):
                        continue
                    try:
                        bp = vtrace.Breakpoint(None, expression=str(sym))
                        bp.setBreakpointCode(pycode)
                        self.trace.addBreakpoint(bp)
                        self.vprint("Added: %s" % str(sym))
                    except Exception, msg:
                        self.vprint("WARNING: %s" % str(msg))

            elif opt == "-W":
                wpargs = optarg.split(":")

            elif opt == '-S':
                libname, regex = optarg.split(':')

                try:
                    for sym in self.trace.searchSymbols(regex, libname=libname):

                        symstr = str(sym)
                        symval = long(sym)
                        if self.trace.getBreakpointByAddr(symval) != None:
                            self.vprint('Duplicate (0x%.8x) %s' % (symval, symstr))
                            continue
                        bp = vtrace.Breakpoint(None, expression=symstr)
                        self.trace.addBreakpoint(bp)
                        self.vprint('Added: %s' % symstr)

                except re.error, e:
                    self.vprint('Invalid Regular Expression: %s' % regex)
                    return

        for arg in args:
            if wpargs != None:
                size = int(wpargs[1])
                bp = vtrace.Watchpoint(None, expression=arg, size=size, perms=wpargs[0])
            else:
                bp = vtrace.Breakpoint(None, expression=arg)
            bp.setBreakpointCode(pycode)
            bp.fastbreak = fastbreak
            self.trace.addBreakpoint(bp)

        self.vprint(" [ Breakpoints ]")
        for bp in self.trace.getBreakpoints():
            self.vprint("%s enabled: %s" % (bp, bp.isEnabled()))

    def do_fds(self, args):
        """
        Show all the open Handles/FileDescriptors for the target process.
        The "typecode" shown in []'s is the vtrace typecode for that kind of
        fd/handle.

        Usage: fds
        """
        self.trace.requireAttached()
        for id,fdtype,fname in self.trace.getFds():
            self.vprint("0x%.8x [%d] %s" % (id,fdtype,fname))

    def do_ps(self, args):
        """
        Show the current process list.

        Usage: ps
        """
        self.vprint("[Pid]\t[ Name ]")
        for ps in self.trace.ps():
            self.vprint("%s\t%s" % (ps[0],ps[1]))

    def do_break(self, args):
        """
        Send the break signal to the target tracer to stop
        it's execution.

        Usage: break
        """
        if self.trace.getMeta('PendingBreak'):
            self.vprint('Break already sent...')
            return
        self.trace.setMeta('PendingBreak', True)
        self.trace.setMode("RunForever", False)
        self.trace.sendBreak()

    def do_meta(self, string):
        """
        Show the metadata for the current trace.

        Usage: meta
        """
        meta = self.trace.metadata
        x = pprint.pformat(meta)
        self.vprint(x)

    def do_memdiff(self, line):
        """
        Save and compare snapshots of memory to enumerate changes.

        Usage: memdiff [options]
        -C             Clear all current memory diff snapshots.
        -A <va:size>   Add the given virtual address to the list.
        -M <va>        Add the entire memory map which contains VA to the list.
        -D             Compare currently tracked memory with the target process
                       and show any differences.
        """
        argv = e_cli.splitargs(line)
        opts,args = getopt(argv, "A:CDM:")

        if len(opts) == 0:
            return self.do_help('memdiff')

        self.trace.requireNotRunning()

        for opt,optarg in opts:

            if opt == "-A":
                if optarg.find(':') == -1:
                    return self.do_help('memdiff')

                vastr,sizestr = optarg.split(':')
                va = self.parseExpression(vastr)
                size = self.parseExpression(sizestr)
                bytes = self.trace.readMemory(va,size)
                self.difftracks[va] = bytes

            elif opt == '-C':
                self.difftracks = {}

            elif opt == '-D':
                difs = self._getDiffs()
                if len(difs) == 0:
                    self.vprint('No Differences!')
                else:
                    for va,thenbytes,nowbytes in difs:
                        self.vprint('0x%.8x: %s %s' %
                                    (va,
                                     thenbytes.encode('hex'),
                                     nowbytes.encode('hex')))

            elif opt == '-M':
                va = self.parseExpression(optarg)
                map = self.trace.getMemoryMap(va)
                if map == None:
                    self.vprint('No Memory Map At: 0x%.8x' % va)
                    return
                mva,msize,mperm,mfile = map
                bytes = self.trace.readMemory(mva, msize)
                self.difftracks[mva] = bytes


    def _getDiffs(self):

        ret = []
        for va, bytes in self.difftracks.items():
            nowbytes = self.trace.readMemory(va, len(bytes))

            i = 0
            while i < len(bytes):
                thendiff = ""
                nowdiff = ""
                iva = va+i
                while (i < len(bytes) and
                            bytes[i] != nowbytes[i]):
                    thendiff += bytes[i]
                    nowdiff += nowbytes[i]
                    i += 1

                if thendiff:
                    ret.append((iva, thendiff, nowdiff))
                    continue

                i += 1
        
        return ret

    def do_dope(self, line):
        '''
        Cli interface to the "stack doping" api inside recon.  *BETA*

        (Basically, set all un-initialized stack memory to V's to tease
        out uninitialized stack bugs)

        Usage: dope [ options ]
        -E  Enable automagic thread stack doping on all continue events
        -D  Disable automagic thread stack doping on all continue events
        -A  Dope all current thread stacks
        '''
        import vdb.recon.dopestack as vr_dopestack

        argv = e_cli.splitargs(line)

        if len(argv) == 0:
            return self.do_help('dope')

        opts,args = getopt(argv, 'ADE')

        if len(opts) == 0:
            return self.do_help('dope')

        for opt, optarg in opts:

            if opt == '-A':
                self.vprint('Doping all thread stacks...')
                vr_dopestack.dopeAllThreadStacks(self.trace)
                self.vprint('...complete!')

            elif opt == '-D':
                self.vprint('Disabling thread doping...')
                vr_dopestack.disableEventDoping(self.trace)
                self.vprint('...complete!')

            elif opt == '-E':
                self.vprint('Enabling thread doping on CONTINUE events...')
                vr_dopestack.enableEventDoping(self.trace)
                self.vprint('...complete!')


    def do_recon(self, line):
        '''
        Cli front end to the vdb recon subsystem which allows runtime
        analysis of known API calls.

        Usage: recon [options]
        -A <sym_expr>:<recon_fmt> - Add a recon breakpoint with the given format
        -C - Clear the current list of recon breakpoint hits.
        -H - Print the current list of recon breakpoint hits.
        -Q - Toggle "quiet" mode which prints nothing on bp hits.
        -S <sym_expr>:<argidx> - Add a sniper break for arg index

        NOTE: A "recon format" is a special format sequence which tells the
              recon subsystem how to present the argument data for a given
              breakpoint hit.

        Recon Format:
        C - A character
        I - A decimal integer
        P - A pointer (display symbol if possible)
        S - An ascii string (up to 260 chars)
        U - A unicode string (up to 260 chars)
        X - A hex number

        '''
        import vdb.recon as v_recon
        import vdb.recon.sniper as v_sniper
        argv = e_cli.splitargs(line)

        if len(argv) == 0:
            return self.do_help('recon')

        opts,args = getopt(argv, 'A:CHQS:')
        for opt, optarg in opts:
            if opt == '-A':
                symname, reconfmt = optarg.split(':', 1)
                v_recon.addReconBreak(self.trace, symname, reconfmt)

            elif opt == '-C':
                v_recon.clearReconHits(self.trace)

            elif opt == '-H':
                self.vprint('Recon Hits:')
                hits = v_recon.getReconHits(self.trace)
                for hit in hits:
                    thrid, savedeip, symname, args, argrep = hit
                    argstr = '(%s)' % ', '.join(argrep)
                    self.vprint('[%6d] 0x%.8x %s%s' % (thrid, savedeip, symname, argstr))
                self.vprint('%d total hits' % len(hits))

            elif opt == '-Q':
                newval = not self.trace.getMeta('recon_quiet', False)
                self.trace.setMeta('recon_quiet', newval)
                self.vprint('Recon Quiet: %s' % newval)

            elif opt == '-S':
                symname, idxstr = optarg.split(':')
                argidx = self.trace.parseExpression(idxstr)
                v_sniper.snipeDynArg(self.trace, symname, argidx)

    def do_stalker(self, line):
        '''
        Cli front end to the VDB code coverage subsystem. FIXME MORE DOCS!

        Usage: stalker [options]
        -C                  - Cleanup stalker breaks and hit info
        -c                  - Clear the current hits (so you can make more ;)
        -E <addr_expr>      - Add the specified entry point for tracking
        -H                  - Show the current hits
        -L <lib>:<regex>    - Add stalker breaks to all matching library symbols
        -R                  - Reset all breakpoints to enabled and clear hit info
        '''

        argv = e_cli.splitargs(line)

        if len(argv) == 0:
            return self.do_help('stalker')

        try:
            opts,args = getopt(argv, 'cCE:HIL:R')
        except Exception ,e:
            return self.do_help('stalker')

        trace = self.trace
        for opt, optarg in opts:
            if opt == '-c':
                v_stalker.clearStalkerHits(trace)
                self.vprint('Clearing Stalker Hits...')

            elif opt == '-C':
                v_stalker.clearStalkerBreaks(trace)
                v_stalker.clearStalkerHits(trace)
                self.vprint('Cleaning up stalker breaks and hits')


            elif opt == '-E':
                addr = trace.parseExpression(optarg)
                v_stalker.addStalkerEntry(trace, addr)
                self.vprint('Added 0x%.8x' % addr)

            elif opt == '-H':
                self.vprint('Current Stalker Hits:')
                for hitva in v_stalker.getStalkerHits(trace):
                    self.vprint('0x%.8x' % hitva)

            elif opt == '-L':
                libname, regex = optarg.split(':', 1)
                for sym in trace.searchSymbols(regex, libname=libname):
                    v_stalker.addStalkerEntry(trace, long(sym))
                    self.vprint('Stalking %s' % str(sym))

            elif opt == '-R':
                self.vprint('Resetting all breaks and hit info')
                v_stalker.clearStalkerHits(trace)
                v_stalker.resetStalkerBreaks(trace)

    def do_status(self, line):
        '''
        Print out the status of the debugger / trace...
        '''
        t = self.getTrace()
        if not t.isAttached():
            self.vprint('Trace Not Attached...')

        running = t.isRunning()
        runmsg = 'stopped'
        if running:
            runmsg = 'running'
        pid = t.getPid()
        self.vprint('Attached to pid: %d (%s)' % (pid, runmsg))

    def FIXME_do_remote(self, line):
        """
        Act as a remote debugging client to the server running on
        the specified host/ip.

        Usage: remote <host>
        """
        vtrace.remote = line
        # FIXME how do we re-init the debugger?