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Re: Call function in gdb
- To: hjl at lucon dot org (H.J. Lu)
- Subject: Re: Call function in gdb
- From: jtc at redback dot com (J.T. Conklin)
- Date: 12 Nov 1999 14:11:33 -0800
- Cc: gdb at sourceware dot cygnus dot com (GDB)
- References: <19991112214208.CAB231B493@ocean.lucon.org>
- Reply-To: jtc at redback dot com
>>>>> "hjl" == H J Lu <email@example.com> writes:
hjl> Hi, With old gdb, I can do
hjl> (gdb) call foo (1)
hjl> Now with gdb in CVS, I got "segmentation fault". Any ideas, BTW,
hjl> I am using Linux/i386.
You don't offer much to go on. For what it's worth, calling inferior
functions with a freshly built-from-the-last-snapshot NetBSD/i386 gdb
with the following test code:
return x + 1;
appears to work fine.
./gdb -nx a.out
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This GDB was configured as "i386-unknown-netbsd1.3E"...
(gdb) break main
Breakpoint 1 at 0x1804: file foo.c, line 10.
Starting program: /sandbox/gdb/gdb-sync3/=i386-netbsd/gdb/a.out
Breakpoint 1, main () at foo.c:10
10 exit (0);
(gdb) call foo(1)
$1 = 2