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Re: gdb broken inside emacs (again? still?)
On 09/11/2011 5:32 PM, Ken Brown wrote:
On 11/9/2011 4:44 PM, Ryan Johnson wrote:
Sorry, must have missed that one. Thanks for pointing me at it.
Debugging anything within emacs is thus completely impossible at this
cgf has already stated that this will be fixed in the next release of
In the meantime, can't you use gdb 7.3.50-1? If you also have
problems with that release, please send detailed instructions for
reproducing the problem (starting with emacs -Q).
$ cygcheck -cd | grep gdb
$ emacs -Q -nw
Run gdb (like this): gdb
... long time passes...
P.S. If you're building your own emacs and using a Cygwin snapshot,
you'll need to apply my patch to fix the memory allocation problem
that we discussed a few months ago. You can get this by using
setup.exe to download the source for emacs-23.3-3.
That would explain why emacs-bootstrap.exe keeps hanging. I'll try
building from the patched source tree and see what happens.
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