If you have any clues I will be grateful. If you are not sure, feel free to post further details here and we will point you to the right direction. Thanks for quick answer and sorry by my gcc infirmity. Two: you have three ways to run a modern x86: flat, segmented and real which is also segmented. Should I use some sort of an org? What do I have to due to get a symbol table in Coedit. Regards Wojtek Thread view On 16.
One: x86 is downwards compatible, so code written for 8086 will run on 80586 and upwords. I would very much appreciate if someone could help, I am a novice in gdb. If it is not in the man pages or the how-to's this is the place! Have a question about this project? Hi, Excuse again if my questions if these are obvious. The breakpoint did not hit. Hi I am getting the same problem, I can not add -g at the time of compilation because It is a very big code which has a make file to compile.
If this does not help, please enable verbose build logging and double-check that the -ggdb argument actually gets passed to gcc. In that case setting breakpoints and pressing F5 instead of stepping over the lines may help. Did you compile the file that contains the definition of the BuildVcb method with -g? Please let me know the correct syntax for the break option at a particular line numbers gdb gdb prog2 gdb break main Breakpoint 1 at 0x8048432 gdb break prog2. What gdb commands should I use? The file is named prog2. Could you give me some clues how to do it, If my debbuger listens on selected tcp port? And, I get no prompt in the Terminal. I know it has to do with the input file to that function, BuildVcb. Can you show us a transcript? Thus, when I use the gdb commands run, next, step, where, etc.
I am really having trouble setting up a breakpoint at a specific line. I end up executing the function without being able to go step by step inside BuildVcb. Still same debug console messages. I have one more question: is it possible to fork pyclewn's debuger window in new gvim instance? How do I get gdb to Access the symbol table? Please read The Rust Programming Language A place for all things related to , an open-source systems language that emphasizes performance, reliability, and productivity. The default Terminal emulator on both is the Gnome-Terminal. Sign up for a free GitHub account to open an issue and contact its maintainers and the community.
I cannot pinpoint the input line that is breaking the code. This really is not that important as I can just open the Terminal from the file manager and use it, but I thought you'd like to know. I have one more question: is it possible to fork pyclewn's debuger window in new gvim instance? The breakpoint did not hit. Keep it civil; no flamewars. I am not sure I understand your question.
I think this puts an end to our discussion. This can also be a gdb bug related to stepping. My second question is still in force. Probably your binary does not contain debug information. Hope that helps you or someone else with a similar problem. I have one more question. I just installed Cigwin on Windows 7, S.
Can you show us a transcript? This post might look rude, English is not my mother tongue. You've a made a 32bit exe, therefore the address space is 32 bit. Entry point: 0x162bc 0x00010134 — 0x0001014d is. If you wish to submit a link that you believe would be of interest to the community but does not meet the above criteria, then please wrap the link in a self-post that explains its relevance. I must admit that I am use to debugging on Windows with Visual Studio, where compiling debug and then debugging just always works. Just starting out and have a question?. Thank you, I managed to add that flag and the debugger progresses a bit further, but it goes into the assembly after a couple of lines again, this time the logs come up with the following message.
Could you give me some clues how to do it, If my debbuger listens on selected tcp port? Can you show us a transcript? This is what I do: gdb filename-of-executable break 48 to break at line 48 then I get: No symbol table is loaded. Regarding the verbose build logging, this depends on the internal structure of your project. In Windows the symbol table gets generated automatically when you do I debug compile. Is there any posibility to use pyclewn with arm-none-eabi-gdb? Notices Hi, I wanted to debug a program. Then tell pyclewn where is the path to this gdb. What things should I investigate more to solve this problem? Although, I have been using Linux for awhile, I have just now starting coding again using D language instead of C , When trying out one of the examples pi.