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bug#6962: 24.0.90; M-x gdb: hangs when leaving the gdb


From: Steve Revilak
Subject: bug#6962: 24.0.90; M-x gdb: hangs when leaving the gdb
Date: Sat, 5 Nov 2011 20:41:27 -0400
User-agent: Mutt/1.5.21 (2010-09-15)

I tried my Oct 6th 2011 test case with Emacs 24.0.91.  24.0.91 is
definitely much better.  Emacs no longer hangs when I type "quit" at
the (gdb) prompt; instead Emacs offers the following in the
minibuffer:

  Buffer "*input/output of foo*" has a running process; kill it? (yes
  or no)

That seems much nicer than the behavior under 24.0.90.

I also tried the `exit 0' case I provided earlier (using a C-source
file called foo.c):

  - M-x gdb RET
  - press RET at the minibuffer's "Run gdb" message
  - type "set args x RET" at the (gdb) prompt
  - type "run RET" at (gdb) prompt

Performing these steps causes (the compiled) foo.c to run and exit(0).
Aferwards, I see "Debugger:run [exited-normally]" in the mode line.
The text `exited-normally' is colored red -- should it be green for
normal termination of the debugged program?

Red vs. green is really a minor thing.  I believe this issue can be
closed.

Steve

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