Fri May 5 12:46:00 GMT 2000
Looking at it again, I managed to miss another error in the
same line. 'depend' should be 'depending', of course.
In my copy here, I now have
"The output, once GDB has stopped, will vary depending on whether we have
stopped in the middle of a source line or not."
- Brian Youmans, FSF
From: Elena Zannoni <email@example.com>
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Date: Fri, 5 May 2000 15:01:17 -0400 (EDT)
Brian Youmans writes:
> Here is a diff file for gdbmi.texinfo, from the file in
> the May 4 distribution. Most of the changes are pretty
> basic typos and grammar fixes. One spot is a comment that
> the line above it should be fixed, since I didn't know
> exactly how to fix the problem.
> - Brian Y., FSF office staff
> *** 2076,2081 ****
> --- 2076,2083 ----
> Asynchronous command. Resumes the inferior which executes one machine
> instruction. The output, once stop, will vary depend on whether we have
> + @c Someone who knows this should figure out what 'once stop' is supposed
> + @c to be. 'once stop is reached'? - BTY
> stopped in the middle of a source line or not. In the former case, the
> address at which the program stopped will be printed as well.
I think it should be 'once stopped', or 'once GDB has stopped'. Or it
just can be deleted, I think it makes sense also w/o that sentence.
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