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Re: newbie question: multiple source files

From: shaunak saha
Subject: Re: newbie question: multiple source files
Date: Tue, 6 Jan 2009 17:35:10 +0530

Using DDD you can work on multiple source files.
When you do a step it goes to the function definition defined in other files.
But for your gtk program if you want to go inside the gtk code then you need to have the the required debuginfo rpm-s installed e.g. gtk,pango,cairo,expat,atk and many others..
Hope this helps.

On Mon, Jan 5, 2009 at 12:21 AM, Larry Finger <address@hidden> wrote:
Mag Gam wrote:
> Hello All,
> I just got into C programming and I am working with DDD -- A great
> product BTW -- and I was wondering how I can work with multiple source
> files. For example, I am playing around with several GTK programs
> where I have multiple .c files. I would like to step thru the program
> (which has a main.c), but when I create the breakpoints I am not sure
> what is going on.

Under the File menu item is an "Open Source" item that lets you open
other source files. Once you have selected another file, you can set
breakpoints, etc.

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