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Re: What to do with the "green areas"?

I looked a bit further and now it says:


$ powerpc-eabi-gdb -nw rominit.elf
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This GDB was configured as "--host=i686-pc-cygwin
-stab.h:206: gdb-internal-error: sect_index_text not initialized

An internal GDB error was detected.  This may make further
debugging unreliable.  Continue this debugging session? (y or n)


OK, this seems to gdb related, so I'll post it there also.

After looking into gdb/partial-stab.h it seems as if a debug symbol is being
evaluated before getting the text section.
Has this happend before, could it be some obscure CR/LF issue again?

Any ideas?


> -----Original Message-----
> From: Mitra, Robin 
> Sent: Thursday, March 01, 2001 12:52 PM
> To:
> Subject: insight+dejagnu-20010225 internal error 206
> Hi all,
> I recently tried the insight+dejagnu-20010225 snapshot for 
> powerpc-eabi and
> for arm-elf.
> The build was OK.
> When I try to invoke powerp-eabi-gdb I get an internal error.
> If I ignore it and continue I get a message box saying:
>  Error loading "bla.elf"
>  206: gdb-internal-error: sect_index_text not initialized
> This didn't happen with the 5.0 release.
> This also doesn't happen with the new snapshot built for arm-elf.
> The rest of the toolchain is:
> binutils 2.10.1
> gcc 2.95.2 (release)
> newlib 1.9.0.
> Does anyone know what this is all about?
> Robin

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