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displayStringTableForSection(): add $content parameter.

This parameter allows the caller to specify the first words of the sentences
displayed by this function. If this extra parameter is omitted, the function
will default to "Strings". The point of this parameter is that ELF string
tables can hold various things that are not symbol names, e.g. file names or
versions.

Xavier G authored on 10/09/2015 00:52:32
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@@ -3812,19 +3812,25 @@ sub displayStringTableForSection {
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 	my $ind = shift;
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 	my $elf_data = shift;
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 	my $section_index = shift;
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+	my $content = shift || 'Strings';
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 	my $strtab = displayLinkedSection($ind, $elf_data, $section_index);
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 	if (defined($strtab)) {
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 		if ($strtab->{'_type'} eq 'SHT_STRTAB') {
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 			sayf(
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 				$ind + 1,
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-				'Symbol names will be read from it, i.e. from offset %s.',
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+				'%s will be read from it, i.e. from offset %s.',
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+				$content,
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 				formatOffset($strtab->{'sh_offset'})
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 			);
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 			return $strtab->{'_index'};
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 		}
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 		else {
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-			say($ind + 1, 'Symbol names will not be read from there though, as its type is not SHT_STRTAB.');
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+			sayf(
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+				$ind + 1,
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+				'%s will not be read from there though, as its type is not SHT_STRTAB.',
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+				$content
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+			);
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 		}
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 	}
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 	return undef;