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Re: GDB Interrupts on Cygwin
Yes, I'm running it from a Windows console. I had CYGWIN=tty, but
I've now removed it, and Ctrl-C still isn't working.
I tried the MinGW version of GDB. Still no Ctrl-C. I tried Bob's tty
'voodoo'. Still no Ctrl-C.
I'm using GDB 6.3.50_2004-12-28-cvs (cygwin-special), I have also
compiled GDB 6.4 but it crashes immediately upon trying to debug a
program (I'm not interested in solving this problem for now).
For anyone who has gotten Ctrl-C to work on Cygwin: what version of
GDB are you using?
On 3/17/06, Christopher Faylor <email@example.com> wrote:
> On Fri, Mar 17, 2006 at 06:56:55AM -0500, Bob Rossi wrote:
> >On Fri, Mar 17, 2006 at 03:55:08AM -0500, Doug Bohl wrote:
> >> When running a Windows application from GDB, GDB gives control to the
> >> application at a certain point. It would be nice to, at an arbitrary
> >> time, suspend the application and give control back to GDB. I know
> >> that I can set breakpoints, but sometimes I don't know exactly when I
> >> want to break until after I'm running the application. Ctrl-C
> >> supposedly sends the SIGINT signal to GDB, breaking the running
> >> application and restoring control to GDB. However, this does not
> >> appear to work, at least not on Cygwin.
> >Even though this may seem strange, try this. Before starting GDB, type
> >'tty' at the console. Then, after you start GDB, run the command 'tty
> >outputofttycommandfromconsole'. I think this will enable the ^c.
> This is a no-voodoo zone.
> CTRL-C works fine in gdb. I use it ALL of the time.
> Maybe the OP has CYGWIN=tty set or is trying to run from rxvt. If so,
> don't do that. Run gdb from a windows console and it should work fine.
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