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Re: Emacs and Gud
Re: Emacs and Gud
Sat, 05 Jan 2008 12:36:30 +0000
Nick Roberts wrote:
Thanks for your comments.
> > I have recently started using Emacs for my C++ project, and have got
> > ECB working so that I can browse my code easily.
> You don't say what system you are using (M-x emacs-version, or better
GNU Emacs 22.1.1 (i586-suse-linux-gnu, GTK+ Version 2.12.0) of 2007-11-23 on
> still use M-x report-emacs-bug)
> > One thing that is not working properly is Gud. I gan start gdb, and I
> > get standard text debugging, but none of the graphical features (eg
> > breakpoints
> > in the fringe). I did a bit of Googling
> Before Googling, it would be a good idea to read the Emacs manual.
> Assuming that you have Emacs 22.1 there is a whole section for the GDB
> Graphical Interface.
Yes - That's what Google found
> > and on the basis of that setup
> > the
> > following (via the 'options' menu):-
> I guess you mean customize.
Yes - the menu selection is Options->Customize Emacs
> > (gdb-many-windows t)
> > (gdb-show-main t)
The above are what Emacs put in the .emacs file. I didn't edit it directly.
> but if you have set these directly in you .emacs file you'll need:
> (setq gdb-many-windows t)
> (setq gdb-show-main t)
> In any case you should still get breakpoints in the fringe.
> > However, graphical debugging is still not working. Can anyone help?
> What does t say in the mini-buffer when you do "M-x gdb"?
Run gdb (like this):
simsoup is the name of my program. Hitting enter starts gdb, but only in
Since my original posting I have found that if I don't load ECB, then
graphical debugging works. However, I would like to be able to use both ECB
and graphical debugging. Any thoughts?
- Emacs and Gud, Chris Gordon-Smith, 2008/01/05
- Re: Emacs and Gud, Nick Roberts, 2008/01/05
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