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Re: [gdb-7.1] 10 days to branching...

On Tue, Feb 02, 2010 at 05:02:11PM +0100, Kai Tietz wrote:
>2010/2/2 Chris Sutcliffe <>:
>>> I don't know - I had never heard of anyone doing this kind of build
>>> before: ?From what I can tell, you are building a MinGW debugger using
>>> a cygwin compiler. ?If no one answered, it's probably because no one
>>> has anything to say (including: "that ought to work"). ?Have you tried
>>> using a MinGW compiler instead?
>> For the mingw-w64 build, I did indeed build from within Cygwin using
>> the mingw-w64 cross compiling toolchain provided by the mingw-w64
>> project. ?For the MinGW32 binary I built it using MSYS and the MinGW
>> compiler. ?In both cases this is the method I used to the build the
>> 7.0.1 binary.
>Yes, I can confirm that buiding on a cygwin host by a valid
>cross-compiler is working nicely. I justed tried, and for me it still
>works. Possibly an issue about passed configure options?
>Just one point I found today. The new break-point handling seems to
>have problems in certain ways for me (at least on win32 versions). I
>get in case of setting breakpoints in Obj-C always the assertation
>'set_raw_breakpoint: Assertation sal.pspace != NULL' failed'. This is
>new and is somehow related to recent enhancements to breakpoint

I don't see anything like this when setting breakpoints in a c++
app.  I'm not familiar with objective-C but I believe I managed to
build a simple hello world app.  I set a breakpoint in main with
no problem.

This is with a i686-cygwin gdb built on linux.


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