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Re: GDB stub question?
Thanks for your responce. The problem was with the signals received
from the target which promoted the inf to abort.
I do have another question, now GDB for single source stepping
receives control after every instruction step. This makes single
stepping very slow if you have a slow serial interface.
Is there any way we could revert back to the old way (i.e)
- set breakpoint at the next address
- remove breakpoint.
On 4/24/06, Daniel Jacobowitz <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On Mon, Apr 24, 2006 at 05:53:05PM +0530, Inder wrote:
> > It just stops after a single instruction step, and the source line
> > does not change.
> > Could it be a problem with the debug info?
> > My object file does contain line number information.
> > any pointers might be helpful here.
> Try "set debug infrun 1". If that doesn't help, try debugging GDB to
> see why handle_inferior_event stopped.
> Daniel Jacobowitz