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Re: [PATCH] Run catch-load.exp on Windows
- From: Yao Qi <yao at codesourcery dot com>
- To: Pierre Muller <pierre dot muller at ics-cnrs dot unistra dot fr>
- Cc: 'Eli Zaretskii' <eliz at gnu dot org>, <gdb-patches at sourceware dot org>
- Date: Mon, 16 Sep 2013 21:20:14 +0800
- Subject: Re: [PATCH] Run catch-load.exp on Windows
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On 09/12/2013 11:36 PM, Pierre Muller wrote:
I don't get, I always thought that
when using remote debugger, the debuggee is cross-compiled
on the machine where GDB is run, not on the remote machine where gdbserver is run.
This is remote-target, not remote-host. Dejagnu is running on build,
test case is compiled on host, and executable is running on target. In
the case you described, host == build, so the test case is not copied.
However, in remote-host, host != build, Dejagnu has to copy source file
to the remote host first, and launch compiler on the remote host to
compile the test case. The executable can be run on the same machine or
a different one.
Thus, I always believed that there is no need to copy
the source files to the remote machine, as GDB has the sources available.
Are these assumptions wrong?
Usually, we don't, but in remote-host testing, we have to.