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Re: Questions about GDB/MI
Jim Blandy writes:
> Nick Roberts <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> > My simple program prints out:
> > a=0
> > shouldn't that be:
> > @"a=0"
> MI doesn't yet capture all the output of the inferior; I mentioned
> this in my first message. One approach is to use GDB's 'tty' command
> to have the inferior run on a different tty than GDB itself. gdb-ui
> can create a separate process buffer for the inferior's I/O, call
> process-tty-name to get the name of its pseudo-tty, and then pass that
> to GDB's 'tty' command.
> I've never done this myself, mind you. The last time I used the 'tty'
> command was probably ten years ago or so, to debug Emacs redisplay
As I said, it works with SID and embedded targets running redboot.