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(Not) debugging STL
- From: Alpár Jüttner <alpar at cs dot elte dot hu>
- To: gdb at sourceware dot org
- Date: Thu, 01 Mar 2007 13:04:50 +0100
- Subject: (Not) debugging STL
I would greatly appreciate if anyone can help me with the following
Debugging C++ code using STL, I cannot figure out how to turn off
debugging the STL headers. Using the 'next' command is not a solution,
for example in case when I would like to step in the function 'f()' at a
line like the following.
In general, it would be often very useful for me to turn off debugging
of some source files I rely on. If it is a convertional .cc file, I can
do it by turning off putting the debug info into the related object
file. But what to do if I use templates/inline functions, thus the
implementations are in the header files?