Refresh TUI source panel after "monitor reset"

Pedro Alves pedro@palves.net
Tue Jun 28 13:43:23 GMT 2022


On 2022-06-24 15:57, R. Diez via Gdb wrote:
> 
> But then I experimented a little further. Command "list" seems to work if you supply a known function name. If the function does not exist, you get an error message like 'Function "test" not defined.'.
> 
> However, if you specify an address which does not fall in the known code area, GDB just ignores the "list" command. For example, I tried these commands:
> 
> list * 0x1000000
> list * 0x8000000
> 
> And there were just silently ignored.
> 
> The reset address does not fall into the current firmware, but in the bootloader area, and the currently-loaded ELF does not have debug symbols for the bootloader area. That is perhaps the reason why the "list *$pc" has no effect.
> 
> But then your suggestion gave me the idea of trying "disassemble $pc,+10". That did the trick.
> 

Did you try just "frame"?  That's what I typically use to make the source pane refocus on the current frame, where
the program is stopped.


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