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Re: [RFA] Implement -thread-info.

On Fri, Mar 14, 2008 at 08:03:47PM +0300, Vladimir Prus wrote:
> > Oh, one other thing.  I went back to look at Denis's patches.  He made
> > -thread-info without an argument describe the current thread only.
> > Doesn't that seem useful, especially before we get notifications
> > completely hammered out?  I do not see any other MI command that
> > reports the current thread.
> > 
> > So that would mean we needed -thread-list-all-threads back again.
> Hmm, I'd rather not. Currently, the current thread is reported by 
> *stopped, and is not supposed to randomly change -- because the
> target is fully stopped while frontend talks with gdb. Therefore,
> using -thread-info as a roundabout way to get the current thread
> does not really give you anything.
> For non-stop mode, I have long and evil plans that I'll post soon,
> but they don't require this either.

I find it strange that -thread-info gives information about multiple
threads, myself.  But this isn't worth arguing about; we'll do it
your way.

> +@{id="1",target-id="Thread 0xb7e156b0 (LWP 21254)",
> +   frame=@{addr="0x0804891f",func="foo",args=[@{name="i",value="10"@}],
> +           file="/tmp/a.c",fullname="/tmp/a.c",line="158"@}@}],

If we're adding the level then please update the example.

>        /* That switch put us at the top of the stack (leaf frame).  */
>        switch_to_thread (tp->ptid);
> -      print_stack_frame (get_selected_frame (NULL), 0, LOCATION);
> +      print_stack_frame (get_selected_frame (NULL), 1, LOCATION);

mi_like_p?  This will print out the #0 in the CLI too.

Otherwise OK.

Daniel Jacobowitz

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