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gud-tooltip-mode: gdb-prompt: Wrong number of arguments

From: Nick Roberts
Subject: gud-tooltip-mode: gdb-prompt: Wrong number of arguments
Date: Tue, 16 May 2006 23:31:14 +1200

 > Whith gud-tooltip-mode turned on I get, when I move the pointer over a
 > variable:
 >  error in process filter: gdb-prompt: Wrong number of arguments: #[(expr) 
 > "=c4r=c5=c6!q=88eb=88=c7=c8=c9=ca#=83
 > =86+

I've fixed this.  GUD tooltips work better if you compile with -g3 (assuming
thats possible on Solaris).  Then you can look at macro definitions with them
when the program is not executing (you can also print their values during
execution by selecting them with the mouse as a region, and clicking on the
tool bar print icon, but thats another story).

Thanks for the report.

Nick                                           http://www.inet.net.nz/~nickrob

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