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[v7] multi-executable support

Here's the updated patch with docs fixed per review.  Could
you please take another look?

On Tuesday 06 October 2009 13:14:29, Pedro Alves wrote:
> On Monday 05 October 2009 22:55:09, Eli Zaretskii wrote:
> > > From: Pedro Alves <>

> > > +In addition, below each inferior line, @value{GDBN} prints extra
> > > +information that isn't suitable to display in tabular form.  For
> > > +example, extra vfork parent/child relationships.
> > 
> > How about showing some of that in the example?  Otherwise, this note
> > sounds too mysterious, IMO.
> The idea was to not distract the user here much with a use case
> that isn't that common, and have she follow the xref
> to see an example of that.  It seems I posted the example in the "Forks"
> section, but didn't finish what I wanted to with it :-/  Will fix.

I ended up simply dropping this here.

> > > +@smallexample
> > > +(@value{GDBP}) maint info program-spaces
> > > +  Id   Executable
> > > +  2    goodbye
> > > +        Bound inferiors: ID 1 (process 21561)
> > > +* 1    hello
> > > +@end smallexample
> > > +@end table
> > > +
> > > +Here we can see that no inferior is running the program @code{hello},
> > > +while @code{process 21561} is running the program @code{goodbye}.  On
> > > +some targets, it is possible that multiple inferiors are bound to the
> > > +same program space.  The most common example is that of debugging both
> > > +the parent and child processes of a @code{vfork}
> > > +call. @xref{Forks,,Debugging Forks}.
> > 
> > Since this is about program spaces, not about inferiors, I'd suggest
> > to show an example that includes multiple inferiors in the same
> > program space.  Otherwise, this looks awfully similar to "info
> > inferiors" and the purpose of this command remains unclear.
> Good idea, will do that.

I've added such example now.

> > > +inferior.  Restarting the inferior after the exec call restarts the
> > > +executable the process was running after the exec call.  This is the
> > > +default mode.
> > 
> > Same here.
> > 
> > > +(@value{GDBP}) info sspaces
> > 
> > Should be "maint info program-spaces", right?
> That would be the direct mapping, but "info inferiors" would
> be better.  I add adjusted the "new" variant but missed
> the "same" variant.  Thanks for catching.

I've also redone this bit.

> > > Index: src/gdb/NEWS
> > 
> > This is okay, with a couple of comments:
> > 
> > > +maint info program-spaces
> > > +  List the program spaces loaded into GDB.
> > 
> > This should probably be after the *-inferior commands, not before them.
> Hmm, bah, we missed something important here.  Since this feature missed
> 7.0, I get to add a "Changes since GDB 7.0" section, and rewire these
> entries there.

I've adjusted the NEWS entry.  Since I'm not readjusting the existing
multi-inferiors note anymore, this one looks different and needs
new review.  Sorry for the extra work.

> > > +  symbol loaded, and load the new executable in a new symbol-space; or
> > > +  request GDB to reuse the symbol-space and replace the previous
> > > +  executable's symbols with the new executable.
> > 
> > I think you want to replace "symbol space" with "program space".
> Yeah.  I think I should rewrite that entry a bit.  This text
> predates the "always-an-inferior" change and the corresponding
> docs/help entry of the setting doesn't describe the exact same
> thing.

I've done this now.

> > > +/* If ARGS is NULL or empty, print information about all symbol
> > > +   spaces.  Otherwise, ARGS is a text representation of a LONG
> > 
> > "program spaces".
> Clearly my grepping failed to consider lines breaks.  Fixed.

I've also fixed a bunch more such missing s/symbol/program/ cases.

> I'll post a new patch later, and I'll re-quote the bits that need
> review in particular.

There were no code changes in this revision.

I'm attaching the new updated patch (gzipped).  Here's the updated
changelog entry.

2009-10-12  Pedro Alves  <>
            Stan Shebs  <>

        Add multi-executable/process support to GDB.

        * (SFILES): Add progspace.c.
        (COMMON_OBS): Add progspace.o.
        * progspace.h: New.
        * progspace.c: New.

        * breakpoint.h (struct bp_target_info) <placed_address_space>: New
        (struct bp_location) <pspace>: New field.
        (struct breakpoint) <pspace>: New field.
        (bpstat_stop_status, breakpoint_here_p)
        (moribund_breakpoint_here_p, breakpoint_inserted_here_p)
        (software_breakpoint_inserted_here_p, breakpoint_thread_match)
        (set_default_breakpoint): Adjust prototypes.
        (remove_breakpoints_pid, breakpoint_program_space_exit): Declare.
        (insert_single_step_breakpoint, deprecated_insert_raw_breakpoint):
        Adjust prototypes.
        * breakpoint.c (executing_startup): Delete.
        (default_breakpoint_sspace): New.
        (breakpoint_restore_shadows): Skip if the address space doesn't
        (update_watchpoint): Record the frame's program space in the
        breakpoint location.
        (insert_bp_location): Record the address space in target_info.
        Adjust to pass the symbol space to solib_name_from_address.
        (breakpoint_program_space_exit): New.
        (insert_breakpoint_locations): Switch the symbol space and thread
        when inserting breakpoints.  Don't insert breakpoints in a vfork
        parent waiting for vfork done if we're not attached to the vfork
        (remove_breakpoints_pid): New.
        (reattach_breakpoints): Switch to a thread of PID.  Ignore
        breakpoints of other symbol spaces.
        (create_internal_breakpoint): Store the symbol space in the sal.
        (create_longjmp_master_breakpoint): Iterate over all symbol
        (update_breakpoints_after_exec): Ignore breakpoints for other
        symbol spaces.
        (remove_breakpoint): Rename to ...
        (remove_breakpoint_1): ... this.  Pass the breakpoints symbol
        space to solib_name_from_address.
        (remove_breakpoint): New.
        (mark_breakpoints_out): Ignore breakpoints from other symbol
        (breakpoint_init_inferior): Ditto.
        (breakpoint_here_p): Add an address space argument and adjust to
        use breakpoint_address_match.
        (moribund_breakpoint_here_p): Ditto.
        (regular_breakpoint_inserted_here_p): Ditto.
        (breakpoint_inserted_here_p): Ditto.
        (software_breakpoint_inserted_here_p): Ditto.
        (breakpoint_thread_match): Ditto.
        (bpstat_check_location): Ditto.
        (bpstat_stop_status): Ditto.
        (print_breakpoint_location): If there's a location to print,
        switch the current symbol space.
        (print_one_breakpoint_location): Add `allflag' argument.
        (print_one_breakpoint): Ditto.  Adjust.
        (do_captured_breakpoint_query): Adjust.
        (breakpoint_1): Adjust.
        (breakpoint_has_pc): Also match the symbol space.
        (describe_other_breakpoints): Add a symbol space argument and
        (set_default_breakpoint): Add a symbol space argument.  Set
        (breakpoint_address_match): New.
        (check_duplicates_for): Add an address space argument, and adjust.
        (set_raw_breakpoint): Record the symbol space in the location and
        in the breakpoint.
        (set_longjmp_breakpoint): Skip longjmp master breakpoints from
        other symbol spaces.
        (remove_thread_event_breakpoints, remove_solib_event_breakpoints)
        (disable_breakpoints_in_shlibs): Skip breakpoints from other
        symbol spaces.
        (disable_breakpoints_in_unloaded_shlib): Match symbol spaces.
        (create_catchpoint): Set the symbol space in the sal.
        (disable_breakpoints_before_startup): Skip breakpoints from other
        symbol spaces.  Set executing_startup in the current symbol space.
        (enable_breakpoints_after_startup): Clear executing_startup in the
        current symbol space.  Skip breakpoints from other symbol spaces.
        (clone_momentary_breakpoint): Also copy the symbol space.
        (add_location_to_breakpoint): Set the location's symbol space.
        (bp_loc_is_permanent): Switch thread and symbol space.
        (create_breakpoint): Adjust.
        (expand_line_sal_maybe): Expand comment to mention symbol spaces.
        Switch thread and symbol space when reading memory.
        (parse_breakpoint_sals): Set the symbol space in the sal.
        (break_command_really): Ditto.
        (skip_prologue_sal): Switch and space.
        (resolve_sal_pc): Ditto.
        (watch_command_1): Record the symbol space in the sal.
        (create_ada_exception_breakpoint): Adjust.
        (clear_command): Adjust.  Match symbol spaces.
        (update_global_location_list): Use breakpoint_address_match.
        (breakpoint_re_set_one): Switch thread and space.
        (breakpoint_re_set): Save symbol space.
        (breakpoint_re_set_thread): Also reset the symbol space.
        (deprecated_insert_raw_breakpoint): Add an address space argument.
        (insert_single_step_breakpoint): Ditto.
        (single_step_breakpoint_inserted_here_p): Ditto.
	(clear_syscall_counts): New.
	(_initialize_breakpoint): Install it as inferior_exit observer.

        * exec.h: Include "progspace.h".
        (exec_bfd, exec_bfd_mtime): New defines.
        (exec_close): Declare.
        * exec.c: Include "gdbthread.h" and "progspace.h".
        (exec_bfd, exec_bfd_mtime, current_target_sections_1): Delete.
        (using_exec_ops): New.
        (exec_close_1): Rename to exec_close, and make public.
        (exec_close): Rename to exec_close_1, and adjust all callers.  Add
	description.  Remove target sections and close executables from
	all program spaces.
        (exec_file_attach): Add comment.
        (add_target_sections): Check on `using_exec_ops' to check if the
        target should be pushed.
        (remove_target_sections): Only unpush the target if there are no
        more target sections in any symbol space.
        * gdbcore.h: Include "exec.h".
        (exec_bfd, exec_bfd_mtime): Remove declarations.

        * frame.h (get_frame_program_space, get_frame_address_space)
        (frame_unwind_program_space): Declare.
        * frame.c (struct frame_info) <pspace, aspace>: New fields.
        (create_sentinel_frame): Add program space argument.  Set the
        pspace and aspace fields of the frame object.
        (get_current_frame, create_new_frame): Adjust.
        (get_frame_program_space): New.
        (frame_unwind_program_space): New.
        (get_frame_address_space): New.
        * stack.c (print_frame_info): Adjust.
        (print_frame): Use the frame's program space.

        * gdbthread.h (any_live_thread_of_process): Declare.
        * thread.c (any_live_thread_of_process): New.
        (switch_to_thread): Switch the program space as well.
        (restore_selected_frame): Don't warn if trying to restore frame
        level 0.

        * inferior.h: Include "progspace.h".
        (detach_fork): Declare.
        (struct inferior) <removable, aspace, pspace>
	<vfork_parent, vfork_child, pending_detach>
	<waiting_for_vfork_done>: New fields.
        <terminal_info>: Remove field.
	<data, num_data>: New fields.
	(register_inferior_data, register_inferior_data_with_cleanup)
	(clear_inferior_data, set_inferior_data, inferior_data): Declare.
	(exit_inferior, exit_inferior_silent, exit_inferior_num_silent)
	(inferior_appeared): Declare.
        (find_inferior_pid): Typo.
        (find_inferior_id, find_inferior_for_program_space): Declare.
	(set_current_inferior, save_current_inferior, prune_inferiors)
	(number_of_inferiors): Declare.
        (inferior_list): Declare.
        * inferior.c: Include "gdbcore.h" and "symfile.h".
        (inferior_list): Make public.
        (delete_inferior_1): Always delete thread silently.
        (find_inferior_id): Make public.
	(current_inferior_): New.
	(current_inferior): Use it.
	(set_current_inferior): New.
	(restore_inferior): New.
	(save_current_inferior): New.
	(free_inferior): Free the per-inferior data.
	(add_inferior_silent): Allocate per-inferior data.
	Call inferior_appeared.
	(delete_threads_of_inferior): New.
	(delete_inferior_1): Adjust interface to take an inferior pointer.
	(delete_inferior): Adjust.
	(delete_inferior_silent): Adjust.
	(exit_inferior_1): New.
	(exit_inferior): New.
	(exit_inferior_silent): New.
	(exit_inferior_num_silent): New.
	(detach_inferior): Adjust.
	(inferior_appeared): New.
	(discard_all_inferiors): Adjust.
	(find_inferior_id): Make public.  Assert pid is not zero.
        (find_inferior_for_program_space): New.
	(have_inferiors): Check if we have any inferior with pid not zero.
	(have_live_inferiors): Go over all pushed targets looking for
	(prune_inferiors): New.
	(number_of_inferiors): New.
        (print_inferior): Add executable column.  Print vfork parent/child
	(inferior_command): Adjust to cope with not running inferiors.
	(remove_inferior_command): New.
	(add_inferior_command): New.
	(clone_inferior_command): New.
	(struct inferior_data): New.
	(struct inferior_data_registration): New.
	(struct inferior_data_registry): New.
	(inferior_data_registry): New.
	(register_inferior_data_with_cleanup): New.
	(register_inferior_data): New.
	(inferior_alloc_data): New.
	(inferior_free_data): New.
	(clear_inferior_data): New.
	(set_inferior_data): New.
	(inferior_data): New.
	(initialize_inferiors): New.
	(_initialize_inferiors): Register "add-inferior",
	"remove-inferior" and "clone-inferior" commands.

        * objfiles.h: Include "progspace.h".
        (struct objfile) <pspace>: New field.
        (symfile_objfile, object_files): Don't declare.
        (ALL_PSPACE_SYMTABS): New.
        (ALL_PRIMARY_SYMTABS): Adjust.
        (ALL_PSYMTABS): Adjust.
        * objfiles.c (object_files, symfile_objfile): Delete.
        (struct objfile_sspace_info): New.
        (objfiles_pspace_data): New.
        (objfiles_pspace_data_cleanup): New.
        (get_objfile_pspace_data): New.
        (objfiles_changed_p): Delete.
        (allocate_objfile): Set the objfile's program space.  Adjust to
        reference objfiles_changed_p in pspace data.
        (free_objfile): Adjust to reference objfiles_changed_p in pspace
        (objfile_relocate): Ditto.
        (update_section_map): Add pspace argument.  Adjust to iterate over
        objfiles in the passed in pspace.
        (find_pc_section): Delete sections and num_sections statics.
        Adjust to refer to program space's objfiles_changed_p.  Adjust to
        refer to sections and num_sections store in the objfile's pspace
        (objfiles_changed): Adjust to reference objfiles_changed_p in
        pspace data.
        (_initialize_objfiles): New.
        * linespec.c (decode_all_digits, decode_dollar): Set the sal's
        program space.
        * source.c (current_source_pspace): New.
        (get_current_source_symtab_and_line): Set the sal's program space.
        (set_current_source_symtab_and_line): Set current_source_pspace.
        (select_source_symtab): Ditto.  Use ALL_OBJFILES.
        (forget_cached_source_info): Iterate over all program spaces.
        * symfile.c (clear_symtab_users): Adjust.
        * symmisc.c (print_symbol_bcache_statistics): Iterate over all
        program spaces.
        (print_objfile_statistics): Ditto.
        (maintenance_print_msymbols): Ditto.
        (maintenance_print_objfiles): Ditto.
        (maintenance_info_symtabs): Ditto.
        (maintenance_info_psymtabs): Ditto.
        * symtab.h (SYMTAB_PSPACE): New.
        (struct symtab_and_line) <pspace>: New field.
        * symtab.c (init_sal): Clear the sal's program space.
        (find_pc_sect_symtab): Set the sal's program space.  Switch thread
	and space.
        (append_expanded_sal): Add program space argument.  Iterate over
	all program spaces.
        (expand_line_sal): Iterate over all program spaces.  Switch
	program space.

        * target.h (enum target_waitkind) <TARGET_WAITKIND_VFORK_DONE>: New.
        (struct target_ops) <to_thread_address_space>: New field.
        (target_thread_address_space): Define.
        * target.c (target_detach): Only remove breakpoints from the
        inferior we're detaching.
        (target_thread_address_space): New.

        * defs.h (initialize_progspace): Declare.
        * top.c (gdb_init): Call it.

        * solist.h (struct so_list) <sspace>: New field.
        * solib.h (struct program_space): Forward declare.
        (solib_name_from_address): Adjust prototype.
        * solib.c (so_list_head): Replace with a macro referencing the
        program space.
        (update_solib_list): Set the so's program space.
        (solib_name_from_address): Add a program space argument and adjust.

        * solib-svr4.c (struct svr4_info) <pid>: Delete field.
        <interp_text_sect_low, interp_text_sect_high, interp_plt_sect_low>
        <interp_plt_sect_high>: New fields.
        (svr4_info_p, svr4_info): Delete.
        (solib_svr4_sspace_data): New.
        (get_svr4_info): Rewrite.
        (svr4_sspace_data_cleanup): New.
        (open_symbol_file_object): Adjust.
        (svr4_default_sos): Adjust.
        (svr4_fetch_objfile_link_map): Adjust.
        (interp_text_sect_low, interp_text_sect_high, interp_plt_sect_low)
        (interp_plt_sect_high): Delete.
        (svr4_in_dynsym_resolve_code): Adjust.
        (enable_break): Adjust.
        (svr4_clear_solib): Revert bit that removed the svr4_info here,
        and reinstate clearing debug_base, debug_loader_offset_p,
        debug_loader_offset and debug_loader_name.
        (_initialize_svr4_solib): Register solib_svr4_pspace_data.  Don't
        install an inferior_exit observer anymore.

        * printcmd.c (struct display) <pspace>: New field.
        (display_command): Set the display's sspace.
        (do_one_display): Match the display's sspace.
        (display_uses_solib_p): Ditto.

        * linux-fork.c (detach_fork): Moved to infrun.c.
        (_initialize_linux_fork): Moved "detach-on-fork" command to
        * infrun.c (detach_fork): Moved from linux-fork.c.
        (proceed_after_vfork_done): New.
        (handle_vfork_child_exec_or_exit): New.
        (follow_exec_mode_replace, follow_exec_mode_keep)
        (follow_exec_mode_names, follow_exec_mode_string)
        (show_follow_exec_mode_string): New.
        (follow_exec): New.  Reinstate the mark_breakpoints_out call.
        Remove shared libraries before attaching new executable.  If user
        wants to keep the inferior, keep it.
        (displaced_step_fixup): Adjust to pass an address space to the
        breakpoints module.
        (resume): Ditto.
        (clear_proceed_status): In all-stop mode, always clear the proceed
        status of all threads.
        (prepare_to_proceed): Adjust to pass an address space to the
        breakpoints module.
        (proceed): Ditto.
        (adjust_pc_after_break): Ditto.
        (handle_inferior_event): When handling a process exit, switch the
        program space to the inferior's that had exited.  Call
        handle_vfork_child_exec_or_exit.  Adjust to pass an address space
        to the breakpoints module.  In non-stop mode, when following a
        fork and detach-fork is off, also resume the other branch.  Handle
        TARGET_WAITKIND_VFORK_DONE.  Set the program space in sals.
        (normal_stop): Prune inferiors.
        (_initialize_infrun): Install the new "follow-exec-mode" command.
        "detach-on-fork" moved here.

        * regcache.h (get_regcache_aspace): Declare.
        * regcache.c (struct regcache) <aspace>: New field.
        (regcache_xmalloc): Clear the aspace.
        (get_regcache_aspace): New.
        (regcache_cpy): Copy the aspace field.
        (regcache_cpy_no_passthrough): Ditto.
        (get_thread_regcache): Fetch the thread's address space from the
        target, and store it in the regcache.

        * infcall.c (call_function_by_hand): Set the sal's pspace.

        * arch-utils.c (default_has_shared_address_space): New.
        * arch-utils.h (default_has_shared_address_space): Declare.

        * (has_shared_address_space): New.
        * gdbarch.h, gdbarch.c: Regenerate.

        * linux-tdep.c: Include auxv.h, target.h, elf/common.h.
        (linux_has_shared_address_space): New.
        (_initialize_linux_tdep): Declare.

        * arm-tdep.c (arm_software_single_step): Pass the frame's address
        space to insert_single_step_breakpoint.
        * arm-linux-tdep.c (arm_linux_software_single_step): Pass the
        frame's pspace to breakpoint functions.
        * cris-tdep.c (crisv32_single_step_through_delay): Ditto.
        (cris_software_single_step): Ditto.
        * mips-tdep.c (deal_with_atomic_sequence): Add frame argument.
        Pass the frame's pspace to breakpoint functions.
        (mips_software_single_step): Adjust.
        (mips_single_step_through_delay): Adjust.
        * rs6000-aix-tdep.c (rs6000_software_single_step): Adjust.
        * rs6000-tdep.c (ppc_deal_with_atomic_sequence): Adjust.
        * solib-irix.c (enable_break): Adjust to pass the current frame's
        address space to breakpoint functions.
        * sparc-tdep.c (sparc_software_single_step): Ditto.
        * spu-tdep.c (spu_software_single_step): Ditto.
        * alpha-tdep.c (alpha_software_single_step): Ditto.
        * record.c (record_wait): Adjust to pass an address space to the
        breakpoints module.

        * fork-child.c (fork_inferior): Set the new inferior's program and
        address spaces.
        * inf-ptrace.c (inf_ptrace_follow_fork): Copy the parent's program
        and address spaces.
        (inf_ptrace_attach): Set the inferior's program and address spaces.
        * linux-nat.c: Include "solib.h".
        (linux_child_follow_fork): Manage parent and child's program and
        address spaces.  Clone the parent's program space if necessary.
        Don't wait for the vfork to be done here.  Refuse to resume if
        following the vfork parent while leaving the child stopped.
        (resume_callback): Don't resume a vfork parent.
        (linux_nat_resume): Also check for pending events in the
        lp->waitstatus field.
        (linux_handle_extended_wait): Report TARGET_WAITKIND_VFORK_DONE
        events to the core.
        (stop_wait_callback): Don't wait for SIGSTOP on vfork parents.
        (cancel_breakpoint): Adjust.
        * linux-thread-db.c (thread_db_wait): Don't remove thread event
        breakpoints here.
        (thread_db_mourn_inferior): Don't mark breakpoints out here.
        Remove thread event breakpoints after mourning.
        * corelow.c: Include progspace.h.
        (core_open): Set the inferior's program and address spaces.
        * remote.c (remote_add_inferior): Set the new inferior's program
        and address spaces.
        (remote_start_remote): Update address spaces.
        (extended_remote_create_inferior_1): Don't init the thread list if
        we already debugging other inferiors.
        * darwin-nat.c (darwin_attach): Set the new inferior's program and
        address spaces.
        * gnu-nat.c (gnu_attach): Ditto.
        * go32-nat.c (go32_create_inferior): Ditto.
        * inf-ttrace.c (inf_ttrace_follow_fork, inf_ttrace_attach): Ditto.
        * monitor.c (monitor_open): Ditto.
        * nto-procfs.c (procfs_attach, procfs_create_inferior): Ditto.
        * procfs.c (do_attach): Ditto.
        * windows-nat.c (do_initial_windows_stuff): Ditto.

	* inflow.c (inferior_process_group)
	(terminal_init_inferior_with_pgrp, terminal_inferior,
	(terminal_ours_1, inflow_inferior_exit, copy_terminal_info)
	(child_terminal_info, new_tty_postfork, set_sigint_trap): Adjust
	to use per-inferior data instead of inferior->terminal_info.
	(inflow_inferior_data): New.
	(inflow_new_inferior): Delete.
	(inflow_inferior_data_cleanup): New.
	(get_inflow_inferior_data): New.

	* mi/mi-interp.c (mi_new_inferior): Rename to...
	(mi_inferior_appeared): ... this.
	(mi_interpreter_init): Adjust.
        * tui/tui-disasm.c: Include "progspace.h".
        (tui_set_disassem_content): Pass an address space to

        * NEWS: Mention multi-program debugging support.  Mention new
	commands "add-inferior", "clone-inferior", "remove-inferior",
	"maint info program-spaces", and new option "set

2009-10-12  Pedro Alves  <>
            Stan Shebs  <>

	* observer.texi (new_inferior): Rename to...
	(inferior_appeared): ... this.
2009-10-12  Pedro Alves  <>
            Stan Shebs  <>

        * gdb.base/foll-vfork.exp: Adjust to spell out "follow-fork".
        * gdb.base/foll-exec.exp: Adjust to expect a process id before
        "Executing new program".
        * gdb.base/foll-fork.exp: Adjust to spell out "follow-fork".
        * gdb.base/multi-forks.exp: Ditto.  Adjust to the inferior being
	left listed after having been killed.
        * gdb.base/attach.exp: Adjust to spell out "symbol-file".
        * gdb.base/maint.exp: Adjust test.

        * (ALL_SUBDIRS): Add gdb.multi.
        * gdb.multi/ New.
        * gdb.multi/base.exp: New.
        * gdb.multi/goodbye.c: New.
        * gdb.multi/hangout.c: New.
        * gdb.multi/hello.c: New.
        * gdb.multi/bkpt-multi-exec.c: New.
        * gdb.multi/bkpt-multi-exec.exp: New.
        * gdb.multi/crashme.c: New.

2009-10-12  Pedro Alves  <>
            Stan Shebs  <>

        * gdb.texinfo (Inferiors): Rename node to ...
	(Inferiors and Programs): ... this.  Mention running multiple
	programs in the same debug session.
	<info inferiors>: Mention the new 'Executable' column if "info
	inferiors".  Update examples.  Document the "add-inferior",
	"clone-inferior", "remove-inferior" and "maint info
	program-spaces" commands.

        (Process): Rename node to...
        (Forks): ... this.  Document "set|show follow-exec-mode".

Pedro Alves

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