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Re: Non-stop multi-threaded debugging
- From: Jim Blandy <jimb at codesourcery dot com>
- To: Pawel Piech <pawel dot piech at windriver dot com>
- Cc: gdb at sourceware dot org
- Date: Wed, 05 Dec 2007 13:52:08 -0800
- Subject: Re: Non-stop multi-threaded debugging
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Pawel Piech <pawel.piech at windriver.com> writes:
> I'm glad to hear that you're receptive to feedback in defining the
> protocol for these new features. I will be glad to write up my
> proposal as a starting point for discussion.
That'd be great!
> I've never participated
> on this list before or in any other GDB forum, so forgive my
> ignorance, but is this mailing list the appropriate place for this
> discussion? Is there a bugzilla or other bug database where I could
> post this document? And what is the best format for such design
This is the right list for general discussion like this. If one has a
patch for discussion or review, that belongs on gdb-patches.
We haven't made a practice of putting documents in an issue tracker; I
don't think anyone has proposed it. We just link to the archive, as I
did in the message you replied to.
The GDB documentation is written in texinfo. When I've written draft
documentation for discussion, I've written it in texinfo, and then
posted the output from 'makeinfo --plaintext' for review and
discussion. But if it's not intended to go into a manual, then plain
text is what we usually use.