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Mon, 05 Nov 2018 11:08:19 -0800


> On Nov 4, 2018, at 3:43 AM, Frank Jaeger <fjaege...@outlook.com> wrote:
> 
> Hello. First of all I'm really sorry if this is the wrong mailing list to 
> post to, webkit-help would have probably been better but it doesn't seem very 
> active.
> 
> I run into some problems while trying to use the dump-class-layout script 
> (found in Tools/Scripts/). I built WebKit using the build-webkit script with 
> the --debug flag.
> 
> After building, I tried to run the dump-class-layout script with the 
> following arguments:
> 
> ./Tools/Scripts/dump-class-layout --architecture=x86_64 -c Debug 
> JavaScriptCore JSString
> 
> I also tried different frameworks and classes. The script always fails 
> telling me that "no type matches x in y" where x is the class name I used in 
> the run and y is the framework name.
> 
> Why is this happening? The script is correctly finding the built and 
> symbolicated framework image, so why is it not working properly? Thanks in 
> advance.

This just worked for me on Mojave.

$ ./Tools/Scripts/dump-class-layout --architecture=x86_64 -c Debug 
JavaScriptCore JSString
  +0 < 24> JSString
  +0 <  8>     JSC::JSCell JSC::JSCell
  +0 <  1>         JSC::HeapCell JSC::HeapCell
  +0 <  4>       JSC::StructureID m_structureID
  +4 <  1>       JSC::IndexingType m_indexingTypeAndMisc
  +5 <  1>       JSC::JSType m_type
  +6 <  1>       JSC::TypeInfo::InlineTypeFlags m_flags
  +7 <  1>       JSC::CellState m_cellState
  +8 <  4>   unsigned int m_length
 +12 <  2>   uint16_t m_flags
 +14 <  2>   <PADDING: 2 bytes>
 +16 <  8>     WTF::String m_value
 +16 <  8>         WTF::RefPtr<WTF::StringImpl, 
WTF::DumbPtrTraits<WTF::StringImpl> > m_impl
 +16 <  8>           WTF::DumbPtrTraits<WTF::StringImpl>::StorageType m_ptr
Total byte size: 24
Total pad bytes: 2
Padding percentage: 8.33 %

Could you show your exact output?

Perhaps opening a Bugzilla bug and putting the details there would be best. Id 
be interested to know your version of Xcode/lldb (lldb --version, xcodebuild 
-version).

- Joe

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