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Re: GDB steping into STL Headers.
So could explain how should i give my compiler information not to pass those
inline calls information? Is it possible?
It's quite confusing, getting through simple line, with so many GDB "calls".
I'm using older version of gcc actually and i can't change it...( 3.4.5 ).
I understand that I'm quite new to the subject, and it has to be irritating
to answer same questions all the time...But at least please point me into
Thanks for help.
Jim Ingham wrote:
> Hey, cool. Our gdb's been doing that for a couple of years now, glad you
> caught up :-D
> On Feb 11, 2010, at 11:09 AM, Daniel Jacobowitz wrote:
>> On Thu, Feb 11, 2010 at 11:03:08AM -0800, Jim Ingham wrote:
>>> It sounds like the STL code got inlined? Then next would also step
>>> in, since gdb doesn't see inlined functions as new frames.
>> Maybe your GDB doesn't :-P GDB 7.0 does support inlined functions -
>> if your compiler outputs correct DWARF, at least.
>> Daniel Jacobowitz
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