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bug#4375: 23.1.50; can't kill killed gud buffer

From: Robert Marshall
Subject: bug#4375: 23.1.50; can't kill killed gud buffer
Date: Thu, 10 Sep 2009 15:28:35 +0100
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Nick Roberts wrote:
 > Though with these changes after I've quit the debugger and attempt to close
 > emacs, I get the following message
> > Active processes exist; kill them and exit anyway... > > Proc Status Buffer Tty Command
 > ----         ------   ------   ---      -------
 > gdb-inferior run      (Killed) /dev/pts/3
> > Do you want a new bug for this?

I only see this now if I kill the I/O buffer directly.  Do you still see it if
you kill the GUD buffer (as recommended in the manual to kill all the buffers
associated with the session)?

No I don't see it in this case - previously I'd left the *gud... buffer still open

If so, did you recompile both gdb-mi.el and gud.el before you loaded them?

I need to handle killing the I/O buffer directly and I'll look into it when I
have time.


What I'm also seeing is is an error when I've placed a break point
Debugger entered--Lisp error: (wrong-type-argument stringp nil)
 propertize(nil font-lock-face font-lock-function-name-face)
 apply(gdb-breakpoints-list-handler nil)
if you don't easily see this I will open another bug.


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