gdb problem

Tom M. Yeh
Fri Jun 2 05:50:00 GMT 2000

I installed the latest version of Cygwin (5/15/00). When I used gdb to debug
a program, gdb popped up a dialog saying it cannot open the source file.
What happens? The problem is still there even I compiled a program as simple
as "hello world".


Here is the stack trace.
couldn't stat "/home/tomyeh/myprj/nolib/main.c": no such file or directory
    while executing
"file mtime $f"
    (object "::.srcwin0.srcwin.container.pane1.childsite.con" method
"::SrcTextWin::_mtime_changed" body line 7)
    invoked from within
"_mtime_changed $filename"
    (object "::.srcwin0.srcwin.container.pane1.childsite.con" method
"::SrcTextWin::FillSource" body line 10)
    invoked from within
"FillSource t $tagname $filename $funcname $line $addr $pc_addr $lib"
    ("SOURCE" arm line 2)
    invoked from within
"switch $current(mode) {
    SOURCE {
      FillSource t $tagname $filename $funcname $line $addr $pc_addr $lib
    (object "::.srcwin0.srcwin.container.pane1.childsite.con" method
"::SrcTextWin::location" body line 26)
    invoked from within
"$twin location $tag $name $funcname $line $addr $pc_addr $lib"
    (object "::.srcwin0.srcwin" method "::SrcWin::location" body line 52)
    invoked from within
"location BROWSE_TAG [list $val "" $full 0 0 0 {}]"
    (object "::.srcwin0.srcwin" method "::SrcWin::_name" body line 22)
    invoked from within
"::.srcwin0.srcwin _name
    (in namespace inscope "::SrcWin" script line 1)
    invoked from within
"namespace inscope ::SrcWin {::.srcwin0.srcwin _name} main.c"
    ("after" script)errorCode is POSIX ENOENT {no such file or directory}

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