[Lazarus] Lazarus Second Release Candidate, 1.2RC2
William Oliveira Ferreira
bdexterholland at gmail.com
Sat Jan 18 22:15:26 CET 2014
as I said, I'm just a user of the feature, I don't really know what
implications can came with this change. Today, if you change debug profile
to another that doesn't generate that file, the compiler doesn't
ignore it?Here, I tested (Lazarus 1.0.14 r43446 FPC 2.6.2
with an old project that have 2 build modes and one of them doesn't
generate any debug symbols. Lazarus has just ignored my break points.
Lazarus doesn't removed my debug file. Could this be a hint that external
debug symbols could be used without issues?
2014/1/18 Reinier Olislagers <reinierolislagers at gmail.com>
> On 18/01/2014 14:18, William Oliveira Ferreira wrote:
> > 2014/1/16 Martin <lazarus at mfriebe.de <mailto:lazarus at mfriebe.de>>
> > What happens, if you have an external info file, and rebuild the exe
> > (but without creating new debug info)? Will the wrong info be
> > applied? Or will it be ignored?
> > well, i think this issue affects expecially the IDE users and I
> > wondering that lazarus always make their way to rebuild that file
> I don't quite understand your answer.
> AFAIU, Martin is describing this scenario:
> 1. You build a project with external gdb info file
> 2. You change the settings (or choose a different build mode) so it does
> not generate an external gdb info file, but do not remove the existing
> gdb info file
> 3. You change the code and recompile, generating a new executable (and
> now the gdb info file and executable are out of sync)
> Are you saying the gdb info file will be ignored? If so, that is good to
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William de Oliveira Ferreira
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