[Lazarus] RC1 Debugger error

JuuS JuuS at mykolab.ch
Mon Feb 23 19:51:38 CET 2015

Hi, sorry I didn't answer...thought my other message would suffice...

So I restored original published project and the debugger again occurs
(see earlier email re: ICON line in LPI file).

I installed the idelazlogger and have the output. But...again...I don't
think it will help you. Simply logging the debug output fixes the
debugger error!

After logging I checked the LPI file and the offending ICON line is
gone...the logging action deleted it, just like the command line adding
logging did.

here is my gdb output:
GNU gdb (Ubuntu 7.7.1-0ubuntu5~14.04.2) 7.7.1

Sorry it took me so long to respond, thot my last message would be

Let me know if you want something else, I can reproduce the error
easily...logging it appears to be another question entirely...  :-(

On 02/19/2015 02:42 PM, Martin Frb wrote:
> On 19/02/2015 09:53, JuuS wrote:
>> 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.
>> HTH!?
> Maybe there was an old file and the project was not fully rebuild. And
> maybe at some time something triggered this rebuild.
> If it happens again, backup the folder(s). Try the logfile again (can be
> sent directly to my mail, bypassing the list)
> You can install the package "IdeLazLogger". This add a "logging" entry
> in the tool menu. And you can set a logfile, and log options while the
> IDE is running. Then if it happens again, you can just start logging
> without restarting the IDE.
> Which gdb version do you have? (run gdb from terminal / or check the top
> of the logfile you created).
> Note that according to my tests gdb 7.8.0 / 7.8.1 are less stable than
> gdb 7.7.x
> So if your system easily allows to downgrade, then consider this.
>> 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?
> (g)zip / bugtracker
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