Re: gdbserver, attach to target, pause does not work

  • From: Egor Ushakov < >
  • To: , Gareth McMullin < >,
  • Subject: Re: gdbserver, attach to target, pause does not work
  • Date: Tue, 17 Apr 2012 14:40:51 +0400

Hi guys,

could someone please send here or attach to the bug gdb log from the session where pause did not work?
(the content of the window/debuggng/debugger console)

Thanks,
Egor

On 03/21/12 07:27 PM, Egor Ushakov wrote:
I reopened https://netbeans.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=170488, will try to look into this

Thanks,
Egor

On 03/19/12 09:26 AM, Gareth McMullin wrote:
On Mon, Mar 19, 2012 at 4:40 AM, 
grag< >
  wrote:
Hi,
I am using netbeans C/C++ for embedded development (ARM9). Everything looks ok, except the "attach to process" operation. If I start debugging without initially place a breakpoint in main, the pause button is not working and I can't stop the debugger. For basic debugging this is not actually a problem, if you remember to always have a breakpoint somewhere is your code. But if you want your code to run for sometime you will not be able to stop the debugger again by pressing the pause button, or by placing a breakpoint on the fly. I saw that this problem is already known (https://netbeans.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=170488) and it has been solved. I installed the latest nightly build and the bug is still there. I got the latest sources of CND and I confirmed that the bug solution is already included in the sources (Gdb.java, GdbDebuggerImpl.java). I made a fresh build of netbeans but the debugger still can't pause. Does anybody know something more about this bug? I saw in the
bug report that the solution is waiting for execution fixes. What does this mean?
It also still doesn't work for me.  GDB doesn't ever receive the
SIGINT.  I tried to reopen the bug, but the issue tracker was giving
me some problems.

Regards,
Gareth






Re: gdbserver, attach to target, pause does not work

Egor Ushakov 04/17/2012

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