|Subject:||RE: how do you start up DDD?|
|Date:||Sat, 14 Mar 2009 10:28:09 -0000|
How do you use DDD in a multi-threaded real-time Linux application? Is DDD really capable of setting break points in multiple threads in a real-time situation? I could even live with removing the real-time condition but need a multi-threading debug capability. What compiler switches do I need to use and which ones to avoid?
[mailto:address@hidden On Behalf Of shaunak saha
In step 3 you said that did a "configure" and "make" but no "make install" after that.To install the compiled programs(ddd) you need to give the command "make install".
This will install the ddd binary in you /usr/local/bin.
Also to verify you ddd binary is build properly, after doing a make you can do a "make check".This creates a sample C++ program `cxxtest' and then runs DDD on it by invoking `./ddd cxxtest'.
Hope this helps.
2009/3/13 David Clarke <address@hidden>
I followed the directions to install DDD on your web site to their end:
and seemed to get a successful install. I then went to your user manual and copied sample.c, compiled it, and typed ddd sample as instructed. This is the message I get:
ddd: Command not found.
Evidently, my configuring and making ddd within the Downloads directory (there were no directions to move it elsewhere) is insufficient. How do I make it so ddd is visible from any other directory where software to be debugged may reside?
I am on a Macbook Pro. OS X 10.5.4 (Intel).
The answer to this might be added to your instructions on the web site.
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