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Re: _status: no such variable
- To: Fernando Nasser <fnasser at redhat dot com>
- Subject: Re: _status: no such variable
- From: Phil Edwards <pedwards at disaster dot jaj dot com>
- Date: Tue, 9 Jan 2001 20:39:15 -0500
- Cc: gdb at sources dot redhat dot com, insight at sources dot redhat dot com
- References: <20010108234026.A450@disaster.jaj.com> <3A5AF4D3.67766B18@redhat.com>
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On Tue, Jan 09, 2001 at 06:24:03AM -0500, Fernando Nasser wrote:
> Furthermore, this stack trace describes an impossible situation.
> "_status" is
> where the Source Window stores the name of the label widget that is used
> for status and help information (at the bottom). Regardless of the success
> or not of the creation of this widget the variable should exist. "no such
> variable" is just absurd.
Well, I don't know what to tell you...
Should I send a screenshot of the window containing the message?
Would you like to come over and look at it? Let's see... you're in Toronto,
I'm in Ohio... if you can make it here by lunchtime I can leave it on the
screen until then. :-)
> There are two possibilities remaining:
> 1) Your cvs checkout went terribly wrong. A fresh checkout should fix
Nope, CVS was fine.
> 2) You are loading some program (you called GDB with an executable name
> the command line). Something went wrong with the symbol reading and
> did a longjump in some uncaught situation (I thought we got rid of
> though). Please try opening GDB without specifying a file.
Okay. *tries* Well, the windows appear. But the Source Window is
completely blank; no menubar.
Fortunately, I have the Console Window already popped by default. I tried
loading the executable then, but:
(gdb) load a.out
Error: You can't do that when your target is `None'
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