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Re: [RFC/RFA] print arrays with indexes

On Tue, Sep 06, 2005 at 10:39:51PM -0700, Joel Brobecker wrote:
> > So, yes, a language method would be good.
> Ok, how about calling it la_print_array_index? The current language_defn
> structure already la_printchar and la_printstr (no "_" between print and
> the object name), but I think using underscores is that much clearer in
> this case.
>         void (*la_print_array_index) (struct value *index_value,
>                                       struct ui_file *stream,
>                                       int format,
>                                       enum val_prettyprint pretty);
> I'll then define a new LA_PRINT_ARRAY_INDEX macro
> #define LA_PRINT_ARRAY_INDEX (index_value, stream, format, pretty) \
>   (current_language->la_print_array_index(index_value, stream, format, pretty))

Fine with me.

> > >         (gdb) set/show print array-indexes
> > > 
> > > With a default of "off", to preserve the current behavior.
> > 
> > I suppose we've got to :-)  I'd turn it on, that's for sure.
> There is also Jim's suggestion which has some merits. I'm more of
> an all or nothing kind of guy, so I prefer the approach I've chosen,
> but I am flexible.

I've got no strong opinions on this either way.  Thresholds seem
complicated as a UI.

Daniel Jacobowitz
CodeSourcery, LLC

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