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Re: Multiple breakpoints - few problems [MI commands, gdb22.214.171.12480221]
- From: Vladimir Prus <ghost at cs dot msu dot su>
- To: gdb at sources dot redhat dot com
- Date: Fri, 22 Feb 2008 15:24:17 +0300
- Subject: Re: Multiple breakpoints - few problems [MI commands, gdb126.96.36.19980221]
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Bogdan Slusarczyk wrote:
> Hi, I have few problems using <MUTLIPLE> breakpoints with MI commands,
Well, MI does not currently explicitly support multiple locations
breakpoint -- that is you cannot see the individual locations or
operate on them.
> maybe you can help me.
> 1) to be sure: I can't delete sub-breakpoint, only disable it?
> 2) sometimes gdb complains that can't set sub-breakpoint (Cannot insert
> breakpoint <whole number>. Error accessing memory address <address>.)
This is not supposed to happen in the first place. Any ideas what
causes this error?
> want to disable such sub-breakpoint, but I can't because:
> a) <whole number> it's not sub-breakpoint id
> b) I could use <address> to find sub-breakpoint, but it's impossible
> because -break-list (or -break-info <whole number>) doesn't return any
> information about sub-breakpoints.
> Is it a bug or I missed something? How can I list sub-breakpoints?
You cannot, in MI. Can you maybe provide a minimal self-contained example
so that we can figure the cause of your original error (and maybe use it
as testcase for making the error message more precise).
> Best regards,