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Re: gdbstub initial code, v11

On 09/22, Frank Ch. Eigler wrote:
> oleg wrote:
> > [...]  Honestly, I don't really know how do the "right thing" here.
> > Anyway, most probably this code will be changed. Like ptrace, ugdb
> > uses ->report_syscall_exit() to synthesize a trap. Unlike ptrace,
> > ugdb_report_signal() doesn't send SIGTRAP to itself but reports
> > SIGTRAP using siginfo_t we have. In any case, whatever we do,
> > multiple tracers can confuse each other.
> (It seems to me that a pure gdb report, without a synthetic
> self-injected SIGTRAP, should be fine.)

What do you mean?

> > Next: fully implement g/G/p/P, currently I am a bit confused...
> > But what about features? [...]
> You could dig out the old "fishing plan".  One demonstrated
> improvement was from simulating (software) watchpoints within the
> gdb stub, instead of having gdb fall back to issing countless
> single-steps with memory-fetch inquiries in between.

When I do 'watch', gdb sends '$Z2'. I am a bit confused, iirc it
was decided I shouldn't play with Z packets now. But I won't


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