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Re: Debug info in debian/ubuntu gnustep-examples

From: Fred Kiefer
Subject: Re: Debug info in debian/ubuntu gnustep-examples
Date: Wed, 21 Oct 2009 20:39:09 +0200
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Eduardo Osorio Armenta schrieb:
> Hello GNUstep community
> I'm new to this list; First of all great environment/framework/tools, KUDOS
> to all DEVs.
> I'm becoming a fan/user of WindowMaker/GNUstep in ubuntu 9.04
> I hope you get me a little help/direction/url trying to get the debug
> symbols when compiling
> the examples from gnustep-examples source in ubuntu package
> after downloading the source of this package i compiled fine with
> make
> and run with
> openapp ApplicationName.app
> but trying to debug with gdb, it states that no debug info was know for
> every program
> so i research in gnustep wiki for a HowTo cook
> and found that the command
> make messages=yes
> produces this info, but this didn't worked for gnustep-examples programs
> only for a simple HelloWorld program (using Foundation NSLog, etc)

As far as I know all GNUstep components get compiled with debug
information enabled.

The simplest way to start debuging a GNUstep application is via

debugapp ApplicationName.app

openapp --debug ApplicationName.app

which is what I prefer.

Hope this helps

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