25.4 TUI-specific Commands
The TUI has specific commands to control the text windows.
These commands are always available, even when gdb is not in
the TUI mode. When gdb is in the standard mode, most
of these commands will automatically switch to the TUI mode.
Note that if gdb's
stdout is not connected to a
terminal, or gdb has been started with the machine interface
interpreter (see The gdb/mi Interface), most of
these commands will fail with an error, because it would not be
possible or desirable to enable curses window management.
- List and give the size of all displayed windows.
- Display the next layout.
- Display the previous layout.
- Display the source window only.
- Display the assembly window only.
- Display the source and assembly window.
- Display the register window together with the source or assembly window.
- Make the next window active for scrolling.
- Make the previous window active for scrolling.
- Make the source window active for scrolling.
- Make the assembly window active for scrolling.
- Make the register window active for scrolling.
- Make the command window active for scrolling.
- Refresh the screen. This is similar to typing C-L.
tui reg float
- Show the floating point registers in the register window.
tui reg general
- Show the general registers in the register window.
tui reg next
- Show the next register group. The list of register groups as well as
their order is target specific. The predefined register groups are the
tui reg system
- Show the system registers in the register window.
- Update the source window and the current execution point.
- Change the height of the window name by count
lines. Positive counts increase the height, while negative counts
decrease it. The name parameter can be one of
cmd (the command window),
disassembly window), or
regs (the register display window).
- Set the width of tab stops to be nchars characters. This
setting affects the display of TAB characters in the source and