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RE: [RFC] display names of explicit typedefs for 'info types'

> -----Message d'origine-----
> De?: [mailto:gdb-patches-
>] De la part de Tom Tromey
> Envoyé?: Thursday, June 24, 2010 6:37 PM
> À?: Pierre Muller
> Cc?:
> Objet?: Re: [RFC] display names of explicit typedefs for 'info types'
> >>>>> "Pierre" == Pierre Muller <>
> writes:
> Pierre>   I was always puzzled by the fact that info types
> Pierre> did sometime not list types that I knew existed.
> Pierre>   The problem is that for types defined in C using `typedef '
> Pierre> only the definition part was displayed, but not the name of
> Pierre> the type itself.
> Thanks for finding this.
> Pierre> (gdb) ptype my
> Pierre> type = int
> Pierre> Here again, the original typedef name is completely lost ...
> I think this is expected.  You can see the typedef if you use 'whatis'
> instead:
> (gdb) whatis my
> type = myint
> Pierre> 2010-06-22  Pierre Muller  <>
> Pierre>         * c-typeprint.c (c_print_typedef): Append new type name
> for
> Pierre> typedefs.
> This is ok.  Thanks.

  Thanks for the approval,
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