[Lazarus] RC1 Debugger error

JuuS JuuS at mykolab.ch
Thu Feb 19 10:53:33 CET 2015

Some new developments!

Need to go somewhere, but I tried using laz in normal mode (not command
line) and opened the debug output window. I did not compile, just F9 and
the program worked just fine.

I then opened the origProject, compiled, ran and it ran fine.

I then opened the publProject again (no laz shutdowns), compiled, ran
and it also ran fine.

So problem is no longer, as far as I can see, reproducible after simply
running laz from command line with debug log.


On 02/19/2015 10:29 AM, JuuS wrote:
> On 02/18/2015 10:45 PM, Martin Frb wrote:
>> Have you checked, if in the new published project debugging is set up ?
>> Project options > debugger.
>> Is the checkbox set?
>> Which debug info is chosen? Dwarf or Stabs? (And what happens if you use
>> the other)?
>> If all that is set correct, then can you please attach a log, as
>> describe here:
>> http://wiki.lazarus.freepascal.org/GDB_Debugger_Tips#Log_info_for_debug_session
> Debugging option was set to automatic. Both programs had exactly the
> same settings in compiler options and debugging options.
> One new result as well. To compare debugger options I opened the
> origProject, then opened the publProject, then re-opened the
> origProject. For fun, I compiled and tried to run...but got the debugger
> error...this made me think it was related to simply switching projects?
> In any case, I shut down laz, opened the publProject and tried each
> debugging option in turn, all resulted in debugging error with the
> further result that the last option (Dwarf3) resulted in a compilation
> error. All it said was Error: Error while linking.
> I set option back to automatic, and shut down laz.
> I then ran laz through command line with LOG file to be written, as
> shown in the link you gave me.
> And.......it ran perfectly no problems, no errors.
> I've not attached the log imagining it will not help you in this case?
> Also, the log file is quite large, appending it here would be over the
> list email size limit I think. How is that usually done then? Upload to
> a web site and then simply provide a link?
> Any way let me know if I can provide anything else, or if you would like
> the resulting log file...
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