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[GDB] Re: About break and run-time loaded lib

Many thanks Pedro, you are right, work like a charme. Could in generally 'O' packet like an event? (without a request)
^Cremote_interrupt called
remote_stop called
Packet received: O53414C5659
SALVYPacket received: S02
Sending packet: $p40#d4...Ack
Packet received: 00000000

Program received signal SIGINT, Interrupt.
0x00000000 in ?? ()

(Yes PC is NULL, to be implemented)

Now i've a less trivial problem (surely due to my ignorance):
My OS load dinamically some modules, at offset different (although near) over every boot.
So target know the base address (Text/Data/Bss)

- How could i explain to host gdb this information, when some of these library are loaded on the host?

Have a good day

P.S: I've already 'consumed' the 'qOffsets' packet

--- Sab 16/10/10, Pedro Alves <> ha scritto:

> Da: Pedro Alves <>
> Oggetto: Re: About break
> A:
> Cc: "Salvatore Lionetti" <>
> Data: Sabato 16 ottobre 2010, 19:49
> On Friday 15 October 2010 14:32:41,
> Salvatore Lionetti wrote:
> > Hi,
> > 
> > just two curiosity in creating my first gdbstub via
> tcp:
> > 1) On gdb6.8 or before, is there another way to
> accomplish the lack of 'set breakpoint always-inserted' ?
> No.
> > 2) When a Ctrl-c is sent to the target, is there a way
> from the target to reply with boths 'OABCD...' and 'SXX'?
> Did you try making the target do just that?  It should
> work, I think.
> -- 
> Pedro Alves

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