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Re: What has replaced fork to launch external commands?
On Mon, 2003-02-17 at 17:00, Daniel Jacobowitz wrote:
> On Mon, Feb 17, 2003 at 04:49:25PM +0000, Alex Bennee wrote:
> Where'd you get this 20020211 GDB? I don't remember GDB ever having a
> "fork" command.
>From ST's SH linux tools. Based on the original Monta Vista ones IIRC. I
guess they must of patched gdb. If I can check-out the 20020211 source
code from CVS I'll diff against the supplied sources and see what they
It would help if I knew which branch it came from.
> Meanwhile you can probably roughly use "shell" if I'm understanding
> what you're doing.
Mmm, tried that but it ends up echoing gdb server stuff to the gdb
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