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Re: OT: gdb, cygwin & WINE
- From: Christopher Faylor <cgf at redhat dot com>
- To: cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Date: Fri, 25 Jan 2002 12:56:58 -0500
- Subject: Re: OT: gdb, cygwin & WINE
- References: <1011956089.18203.29.camel@lifelesswks>
- Reply-to: cygwin at cygwin dot com
On Fri, Jan 25, 2002 at 09:54:48PM +1100, Robert Collins wrote:
>Ok, call me sick. I've a reason (really).
>My goal: to be able to use gdb, hosted on linux | wine, debugging
>binaries potentially linked against cygwin1.dll running under WINE.
>Why? Speed. linux is sooo much faster, that I am much more efficient
>there, but my emulated win9x vpc is far to slow. Building on NT is just
>a pain - build, quit all tools, replace cygwin, start them up again,....
Hmm. I have a makefile that just installs things on windows from linux.
It moves the DLL out of the way if there are running apps.
Then I switch to my windows box using either vnc or my Cybex SwitchView.
If necessary, I close all apps and restart them so that they are running
the new DLL.
I don't see a way around this no matter where you are going to be
installing the DLL.
>And the multiple-cygwin approach isn't that friendly (for me).
>Anyway, not being a gdb internal afficiondo, I thought I'd ask here,
>where there's a chance I won't get laughed at, before hitting the gdb
>Can gdb hosted on linux, utilise the win32 debugging API or does it need
>to be a win32 hosted gdb to do that?
Corinna once ported an internal application, called libremote, which
might allow you to do something like this. I don't know if it allowed
a linux gdb to debug a Windows app, though.
>If the latter, does anyone have experience with WINE's support for the
>win32 debugging api?
Does Wine even run Cygwin? The last I remember someone was asking us
to make Cygwin changes to accomodate Wine.
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