On Mon, 23 Nov 2020 at 17:08, Reuben Thomas <firstname.lastname@example.org
Good question! Looks like the code is relying on the definitions matching. (I used one of the sample debugger stubs, which seems not to have been changed for many years; meanwhile, gdb seems to have introduced its own enumeration. I guess I'll look into this again at some point.) It doesn't seem to matter much anyway, as GDB's remote stub communicator only seems to ever use two concrete values. I guess the rest are just indicative. TBH it's several months since I worked on the code and it was my first time hacking inside GDB!
Yes, looks like the example code is outdated, and I should be using include/gdb/signals.h rather than native signal.h. Thanks for raising this question, Eli! This means in any case that I don't have a use for these signal numbers on Windows.