|Subject:||Re: [h-e-w] GUD and Cygwin|
|Date:||Sat, 1 Mar 2003 08:01:16 EST|
Paul Whitfield <address@hidden> writes:
>I have a question regarding emacs, gdb and cygwin.
>I am using a cygwin based version of gdb that communicates with an
>Everything works really well, except that the source paths are
>based on cygwin mounts, so while gdb can find the source, emacs
>Is there any way I can get emacs/gud to understand cygwin's directory
>mounts and find my source code?
For this case it's maybe easier or better to use the cygwin included
emacs-21.2. It's a X11 emacs. cygwin too delivers a X server. With
that you can run the cygwin emacs. I have not tried yet to debug
something but I assume that it works fine.
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