[Lazarus] Single-stepping assembler
Mark Morgan Lloyd
markMLl.lazarus at telemetry.co.uk
Sat Sep 10 19:14:45 CEST 2011
> On 10/09/2011 15:36, Mark Morgan Lloyd wrote:
>> Mark Morgan Lloyd wrote:
>>> Martin wrote:
>>>> On 04/09/2011 10:32, Mark Morgan Lloyd wrote:
>>>>> I noticed it had been added fairly recently, but I'd not explored
>>>>> since it only showed up on a SPARC Solaris system which I'd had to
>>>>> update. In general I'm trying to be fairly conservative about my
>>>>> FPC and Lazarus versions- I've got enough problems as it is :-)
>>>> Ah, well, and I updated (but trunk only) the button order you
>>>> also "fixed" the windows none functionality after a debugger reset.
>>>> (Though the buttons actually should only be enabled when the
>>>> debugger is paused, and currently they are enabled even if the
>>>> debugger runs....)
>>> Still testing. Had problems, and for the moment I need to update
>>> SPARC FPC with a fix Florian's just done. I'll be back presently.
>> Martin, is there anything in your fix which could be causing a lockup
>> at the start of the program run? Last console output as below.
> No, I don't think so. The fix for the assembler window wwas only in
> code, that was triggered when the debugger object got destroyed.
> Does the problem occur on the *first* attempt to run the app? Or only
> after you have "reset" the debugger (via "run" menu)?
Can only do it once- hit the run button and the IDE is locked up.
> The only change, I can think off that an affect startup is rev 32200.
> That is, this affects code that is executed during startup => but it
> actually fixes an issue where hte debugger became none responsive
> (though the issue would usually occur later during debugging)
>> Debugger] Running GDB version: C
>> [TMainIDE.DoRunProject] B TGDBMIDebugger
>> [TMainIDE.DoRunProject] END
>> [Debugger] Log output: &"set width 50000\n"
> What is in the Menu: "View" >"debug windows" > "debug output" ?
I'm having to transcribe this manually since the IDE is locked up. Last
few lines are
> Ideally compile the IDE with the following defines (will cause a lot of
> console/log output): DBG_VERBOSE DBGMI_QUEUE_DEBUG
Working on it. I presume that's something like make DBG_VERBOSE=1
I've reverted from FPC 2.7.1 to 2.4.4 which was previously OK (apart
from floating-point code generation issues) without significant change
to the IDE behaviour.
Mark Morgan Lloyd
markMLl .AT. telemetry.co .DOT. uk
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