This option sets the "annotation level" inside GDB. Its effect is
identical to using `set annotate LEVEL' (*note Annotations::).
The annotation LEVEL controls how much information GDB prints
together with its prompt, values of expressions, source lines, and
other types of output. Level 0 is the normal, level 1 is for use
when GDB is run as a subprocess of GNU Emacs, level 3 is the
maximum annotation suitable for programs that control GDB, and
level 2 has been deprecated.
The annotation mechanism has largely been superseded by GDB/MI
On Thu, Jul 22, 2010 at 1:20 PM, Andrea Crotti <address@hidden>
I think I was doing a stupid mistake, just forgetting the --annotate.
Which I don't understand what it does by the way, because it's not in
the manual of gdb but apparently does something...
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