[Lazarus] How to disable the assembler window on Linux?
lazarus at mfriebe.de
Mon May 13 02:31:53 CEST 2013
as for the stepping out (4), I *guess* that eithur:
- fpc or the linker were changed and the debug info is incorrectly
generated (Though I did not see any commit with a log message,
suggesting work on this)
- Something changed in GDB
On 11/05/2013 12:20, Martin wrote:
> On 11/05/2013 05:11, silvioprog wrote:
>> 2013/5/8 Martin <lazarus at mfriebe.de <mailto:lazarus at mfriebe.de>>
>> You did not answer this.
>> If you hit a breakpoint, do you still get the asm?
> Not to be difficult, but the answer below relates to the question
> above in which way?
> I am glad for you to report any issue you have with debugging. There
> is still much improvement to be done, and every bit of feedback helps.
> But please, lets do them 1 by 1:
> 1) asm window, when hitting a breakpoint. I believe that is solved?
> 2) asm when stopping on a signal. Acknowledged, but no immediate
> solution available.
> 3) You have not reported yet, but you may still: hitting an exception
> via assert or raise, shows the code in the caller (one stackframe
> down). Acknowledged (this is because the rtl is compiled with
> 4) your code below (f8 to different unit):
> 5) your mention below of strings
>> In Windows, if I put:
>> procedure TForm1.Button1Click(Sender: TObject);
>> s: string;
>> s := 'abc'; << Break point here (F5) // line 1
>> ShowMessage(s); // line 2
>> and I use Step Over (F8), the cursor go to "line 2", but the same
>> code in Linux, go to GTK units. See:
>> 1 - http://imagebin.org/257292
>> 2 - http://imagebin.org/257294 (after first F8)
>> I don't know debug code in assembler. I'm pretty sure the problem is
>> in the IDE, because in Linux/GTK it is not able to debug a simple
>> string variable.
> "I don't know debug code in assembler."
> Neither image shows the assembler. Nor does your description mention it.
> Btw the unit it goes to in the pic is not GTK(LCL-widgetset), but LCL.
> I asked again (because *not* following the below may be typical
> reasons for the behaviour):
> - Compiled with smart-linking disabled
> - Compiled with either -O0 or -O1 (Optimize zero or one)
> - You use the default keymap for debug stuff? http://imagebin.org/257326
> - you did not hold shift by accident (shift f8 is step out of the
> current procedure and would do exactly what you observed)
> If none of the above: log file please
> 5) "because in Linux/GTK it is not able to debug a simple string
> In which way?
> - Note there are utf8 issues. they display as \x209... and similar.
> (reported on mantis)
> - There is a known issue with accessing chars by index "s"
> GDB can not differentiate between pchar and string (1 and 0 based
> index), and also there is no way for the IDE to get the diff from gdb.
> Therefore it is experted that the IDE shows "PChar: 'm' String: 'o'
> " or similar.
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