Tue Apr 8 10:57:00 GMT 1997
Say, I'm not having much luck debugging with GDB. I was hoping someone
could offer a suggestion. I'm trying to debug a DirectX app compiled
with beta 17.1. I have a mono monitor attached, and I was trying to
debug via that, but whenever the input focus gets stolen, I can't use the
debugger; it just sits there. I was thinking that remote debugging might
be a viable alternative, but I can't seem to find gdbserver in the 17.1
distribution. Has anyone attempted to use a remote debugging setup with
gnu-win32 yet, and does anyone know where to get a working copy of gdbserver?
I also tried debugging under NT instead of Win95, and got absolutely
nowhere, because when I link my app (using the *exact* same .o files),
the resulting app when run causes NT to bring up a dialog stating that
the program is 'not an NT application'. Weird. (And no, I'm not
stripping the .exe file; it's about 21 MB, with symbol information.) Any
clues here would be appreciated as well.
- Jonathan Lanier
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