[Lazarus] Issuing debug commands from the ide.
lazarus at mfriebe.de
Fri Jun 1 22:07:58 CEST 2012
On 01/06/2012 21:04, Benito van der Zander wrote:
>> Anyway, we both have our points. And it doesn't seem to change.
> Well, that is a point, I can agree with
>> BTW what about "thread apply" in gdb?
> Single stepping seems to be always applied to all threads.
> (which causes the problems in my case )
>> Because it is more user friendly, than having to goggle gdb and type
>> some commandline style stuff...
> User friendly as in "I have never seen a debugger before, but if I
> click that button, I can see what my program is doing"
> But if you have some experience, it is not user friendly, if you can't
> do something, because the feature is simply not there,
> and have to stop the debugging session, and restart the program with
> the cli gdb.
> Or if you always have to click that button, and can't automate it
> with a python script or by copying some gdb commands from clipboard.
Well that is why we need a plugable interface. Then expert packages can
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