another proofreading patch

Brian Youmans 3diff@flib.gnu.ai.mit.edu
Mon May 8 14:46:00 GMT 2000


Here is a patch for gdb.texinfo that fixes several grammatical
glitches, two incorrect typefaces, and three spots where parts of a
multitable print over other parts of the table.

- Brian Y., FSF office staff and part-time publisher

*** gdb.old.texinfo	Mon May  8 15:29:39 2000
--- gdb.texinfo	Mon May  8 16:59:08 2000
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*** 8757,8763 ****
  
  @noindent
  but if before calling @code{set_debug_traps}, you set it to point to a
! function in your program; that function is called when
  @code{@value{GDBN}} continues after stopping on a trap (for example, bus
  error).  The function indicated by @code{exceptionHook} is called with
  one parameter: an @code{int} which is the exception number.
--- 8757,8763 ----
  
  @noindent
  but if before calling @code{set_debug_traps}, you set it to point to a
! function in your program, that function is called when
  @code{@value{GDBN}} continues after stopping on a trap (for example, bus
  error).  The function indicated by @code{exceptionHook} is called with
  one parameter: an @code{int} which is the exception number.
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*** 8931,8937 ****
  @noindent
  means the same as "0000".
  
! The error response, returned for some packets includes a two character
  error number.  That number is not well defined.
  
  For any @var{command} not supported by the stub, an empty response
--- 8931,8937 ----
  @noindent
  means the same as "0000".
  
! The error response returned for some packets includes a two character
  error number.  That number is not well defined.
  
  For any @var{command} not supported by the stub, an empty response
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*** 8945,8951 ****
  
  Below is a complete list of all currently defined @var{command}s and
  their corresponding response @var{data}:
! 
  @multitable @columnfractions .30 .30 .40
  @item Packet
  @tab Request
--- 8945,8951 ----
  
  Below is a complete list of all currently defined @var{command}s and
  their corresponding response @var{data}:
! @page
  @multitable @columnfractions .30 .30 .40
  @item Packet
  @tab Request
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*** 8955,8961 ****
  @tab @code{!}
  @tab
  Use the extended remote protocol.  Sticky---only needs to be set once.
! The extended remote protocol support the @samp{R} packet.
  @item
  @tab reply @samp{}
  @tab
--- 8955,8961 ----
  @tab @code{!}
  @tab
  Use the extended remote protocol.  Sticky---only needs to be set once.
! The extended remote protocol supports the @samp{R} packet.
  @item
  @tab reply @samp{}
  @tab
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*** 8980,8985 ****
--- 8980,8988 ----
  @item set program arguments @strong{(reserved)}
  @tab @code{A}@var{arglen}@code{,}@var{argnum}@code{,}@var{arg}@code{,...}
  @tab
+ @item
+ @tab
+ @tab
  Initialized @samp{argv[]} array passed into program. @var{arglen}
  specifies the number of bytes in the hex encoded byte stream @var{arg}.
  See @file{gdbserver} for more details.
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*** 9026,9032 ****
  @tab reply
  @tab see below
  
! @item toggle debug @emph{(deprecated)}
  @tab @code{d}
  @tab
  toggle debug flag.
--- 9029,9035 ----
  @tab reply
  @tab see below
  
! @item toggle debug @strong{(deprecated)}
  @tab @code{d}
  @tab
  toggle debug flag.
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*** 9039,9045 ****
  @item
  @tab reply @emph{no response}
  @tab
! @value{GDBN} does not check for any response after sending this packet
  
  @item reserved
  @tab @code{e}
--- 9042,9048 ----
  @item
  @tab reply @emph{no response}
  @tab
! @value{GDBN} does not check for any response after sending this packet.
  
  @item reserved
  @tab @code{e}
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*** 9222,9228 ****
  @item general query
  @tab @code{q}@var{query}
  @tab
! Request info about @var{query}.  In general @value{GDBN} @var{query}'s
  have a leading upper case letter.  Custom vendor queries should use a
  company prefix (in lower case) ex: @samp{qfsf.var}.  @var{query} may
  optionally be followed by a @samp{,} or @samp{;} separated list.  Stubs
--- 9225,9231 ----
  @item general query
  @tab @code{q}@var{query}
  @tab
! Request info about @var{query}.  In general @value{GDBN} queries
  have a leading upper case letter.  Custom vendor queries should use a
  company prefix (in lower case) ex: @samp{qfsf.var}.  @var{query} may
  optionally be followed by a @samp{,} or @samp{;} separated list.  Stubs
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*** 9243,9249 ****
  Set value of @var{var} to @var{val}.  See @samp{q} for a discussing of
  naming conventions.
  
! @item reset @emph{(deprecated)}
  @tab @code{r}
  @tab
  Reset the entire system.
--- 9246,9252 ----
  Set value of @var{var} to @var{val}.  See @samp{q} for a discussing of
  naming conventions.
  
! @item reset @strong{(deprecated)}
  @tab @code{r}
  @tab
  Reset the entire system.
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*** 9537,9542 ****
--- 9540,9548 ----
  @item thread info request
  @tab @code{q}@code{P}@var{mode}@var{threadid}
  @tab
+ @item
+ @tab
+ @tab
  Returns information on @var{threadid}.  Where: @var{mode} is a hex
  encoded 32 bit mode; @var{threadid} is a hex encoded 64 bit thread ID.
  @item
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*** 9546,9551 ****
--- 9552,9560 ----
  
  @item remote command
  @tab @code{q}@code{Rcmd,}@var{COMMAND}
+ @tab
+ @item
+ @tab
  @tab
  @var{COMMAND} (hex encoded) is passed to the local interpreter for
  execution.  Invalid commands should be reported using the output string.




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