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Re: Insight on Cygwin : GUI is not showing up
- From: Dave Murphy <wintermute2k4 at ntlworld dot com>
- To: afink at sarance dot com
- Cc: insight at sources dot redhat dot com
- Date: Thu, 29 Sep 2005 20:08:14 +0100
- Subject: Re: Insight on Cygwin : GUI is not showing up
- References: <200509291835.j8TIZYoN006363@webmail3.megamailservers.com>
Hiyou need to add --enable-gdbtk when configuring, you should then get 3
binaries (assuming everything went well) insight (gui), gdb (cli)and
I'm trying to build and run Insight-6.1 on Cygwin/X, on a Windows XP SP2 host.
$> cp ~/insight-6.1.tar.gz /usr/src/archives
$> cd /usr/src
$> tar -xzvf ./archives/insight-6.1.tar.gz
$> cp ~/cyg-tcl-sehfix.diff /usr/src/insight-6.1
$> cd /usr/src/insight-6.1/tcl/win
$> patch -p 2 < ../../cyg-tcl-sehfix.diff
$> cd /usr/src/insight-6.1
$> ./configure --target=mips-elf
$> make install
I have had major failures with ddd, and now with Insight, and people around meSometimes it just takes a little perseverance. I've recently managed to
successfully built insight 6.1 with gdb 6.3 patched in for native
windows host and arm-elf target using msys/mingw. The latest gdb from
CVS head now builds with this enviroment with minimal patching - still
having a bit of trouble convincing it to add Insight but I'll get there
in the end.
are waiting for these tools.
Here's a good example of OSS not being the good choice for anyone :/