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Re: Why running the next command will jump back to the previous line position
On Sat, 29 Oct 2011 09:45:41 +0200, asmwarrior wrote:
> When leaving the main function body, the instruction piece of the destructor
> will reached, and gdb just refer to the declaration line. So that gdb put
> the current source line back to "std::map<int, std::string> m;" again.
> My explanation is right?
> I'm not quite sure what DW_LNS_negate_stmt means, any way, I will forward my
> question to GCC maillist.
A boolean indicating that the current instruction is a recommended breakpoint
location. A recommended breakpoint location is intended to “represent” a line,
a statement and/or a semantically distinct subpart of a statement.
I am not convinced myself it is right to hide destructor calls; but I am not