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Re: status of Darwin support
- From: Thiago Jung Bauermann <thiago dot bauermann at gmail dot com>
- To: gdb at sourceware dot org, tromey at redhat dot com
- Cc: Christian Thalinger <Christian dot Thalinger at sun dot com>
- Date: Tue, 4 Aug 2009 18:04:29 -0300
- Subject: Re: status of Darwin support
- References: <4A5F8D9E.1060307@Sun.COM> <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Em TerÃa-feira 04 Agosto 2009 13:51:58 Tom Tromey escreveu:
> >>>>> "Twisti" == Christian Thalinger <Christian.Thalinger@Sun.COM> writes:
> Hi Twisti!
> Twisti> I just read http://sourceware.org/ml/gdb/2008-08/msg00193.html
> about Twisti> Darwin support and I wanted to ask what the current status is
> (since Twisti> it's about 1 year ago)?
> Twisti> I am having some problems with the GDB shipped with Xcode and I
> would Twisti> like to (hopefully) get around these problems in using a
> different GDB Twisti> version.
> Twisti> Right now I can run my program in GDB but there is a problem with
> Twisti> debugging symbols and shared libraries.
> I didn't see any answer to this.
> I know that some Darwin patches have gone in since last August.
> However, I don't know the current state of the port.
> Could you try gdb CVS and see how it works for you?
> If you run into problems, file them in bugzilla, if you would.
Joel would probably know. My best guess is that even if Darwin support is much
better now, the MI incompatibilities would mean that you wouldn't be able to
drop FSF's GDB in place of Apple's for Xcode.
Thiago Jung Bauermann