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Re: [RFA] Darwin/x86 port (v4 - part 0/4)

Thank you again for your comments.

I realized that we don't support configuring as x86_64-*-darwin*.
Maybe I should add it ?

Probably, but I admit I don't know enough about the details.

As this cannot be reported by config.guess, I won't add it now. Could be of course
revisited later.

+ When set to a non zero value, enables debugging messages while gdb is
+ reading Darwin object files. The object and executable file format
+ for Darwin is named mach-o.

The last sentence above should probably be in parentheses, as that's a minor note. Also, I would rearrange slightly:

 (@dfn{Mach-o} is the file format used on Darwin for object and
 executable files.)


+ @kindex set mach-exceptions
+ On Darwin, faults are first reported as a mach exception and then as a
+ signal. Use this command to turn on trapping of mach exceptions in
+ the inferior. This might be seldom useful to better understand the
+ cause of a fault. The default is off.

So you are basically saying that mach exceptions are native Darwin exceptions, and they are then mapped to Posix signals? At least that is what I understand from this explanation.

Yes. I have used your reworded sentence.

Also, please make sure you have 2 spaces after each period that ends a



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