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How to show the file being executed?
- From: Stefano Sabatini <stefano dot sabatini-lala at poste dot it>
- To: gdb Mailing List <gdb at sources dot redhat dot com>
- Date: Sat, 20 Feb 2010 13:24:49 +0100
- Subject: How to show the file being executed?
I'm running gdb 7.0 and first of all let me thank you, it's simply
*AWESOME*, reversible debugging and scripting are some features we
always dreamt for, and now they're finally available to all the free
I have a small problem, I need to show the name of the file debugged
in a gdb script, and info target looks overkill as it shows too much
(gdb) show version
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(gdb) info target
Symbols from "/home/stefano/src/PROGRAM".
Unix child process:
Using the running image of child Thread 0xb5f33b70 (LWP 8998).
While running this, GDB does not access memory from...
Local exec file:
`/home/stefano/src/PROGRAM', file type elf32-i386.
Entry point: 0x804bc70
0x08048134 - 0x08048147 is .interp
0x08048148 - 0x08048168 is .note.ABI-tag
0x08048168 - 0x0804818c is .note.gnu.build-id
There is some way to show *only* this information?, otherwise I suggest
to implement a show file command.