some questions about gdb

loody miloody@gmail.com
Sun Jan 16 13:47:00 GMT 2011


hi keith and Tom:

2011/1/11 Keith Seitz <keiths@redhat.com>:
> On 01/10/2011 12:58 PM, Tom Tromey wrote:
>>
>> You can't do this.  You have to get a corresponding version of Insight.
>> I don't know whether a new version of Insight has been released.
>
> No, I haven't made a release since 6.8. Mostly because I didn't think no one
> else was using it. There have been enough requests, though, to warrant a
> release.
>
> I will release Insight shortly after the next GDB release. I am just
> fiddling with MinGW (which I hope to have "done" today-ish).
>
> But as it is, you can grab a CVS snapshot of src/gdb/gdbtk and src/libgui
> (and src/tcl, src/tk/, src/itcl if you need those) from the around the same
> date as the release you're interested in.
>
> If you want a 7.2 vintage Insight, CVS HEAD should work. Just drop in
> src/gdb/gdbtk and src/libgui, and you should be able to build Insight. This
> can be discussed on the insight@ mailing list if more details are needed.
I got the head version from insight CVS and it works with gdb 7.2.
But each time I press "n", gdb step as I press "si".
That means "n" should be like execute a line of c code, but on my gdb,
it execute an assembly line.
I config it as mipsel-linux.
Should I add more configs?
Thanks your help,
miloody



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