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Re: Status of 'blacklist' patch?
On 10/6/11 7:07 AM, Justin Lebar wrote:
I last pinged gdb-patches about the patch on May 16 and got no response.
I imagine the patch has bitrotted by now. I'd be happy to bring it up
to date if there were a reasonable chance it would get reviewed this
(It took a bit of digging to find the last version of the patch - I
probably missed it because the patch was attached as a binary, including
the changelog entry.)
Anyway, I really like the concept, and "skip" seems like a good general
term for the functionality.
I skimmed the April version, and noticed a few things to fix up.
The file headers say things like "Header for GDB line completion.",
which I'm guessing is cut-n-paste from another file. :-) Also it's now
2011, not 2010.
There's a lot of change of terminology from "default breakpoint" to
"displayed codepoint". I know we've debated better substitutes for
"breakpoint", but this patch is maybe not the best place to introduce
one. (Or I'm confused about what "codepoint" means, I didn't see a
I didn't see a patch for the GDB manual, so I'm not sure of the intended
If you update the patch and resubmit, I promise I'll give it a prompt