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Re: Defending GCC considered futile

From: Richard Stallman
Subject: Re: Defending GCC considered futile
Date: Sun, 08 Feb 2015 19:04:47 -0500

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  > Speking as the original author of GUD, I'm in favor of it supporting
  > LLVM and everything else imaginable.

The question at hand is not about LLVM, or GCC.  It is whether to
install support for something called LLDB.  What exactly is LLDB?

>From its name, I guess that LLDB is a noncopylefted debugger and that
some might intend it to replace GDB.  But I don't know if that is so.

Depending on the answers to this questions, and others I don't know
enough to ask yet, it might be good or bad to install this patch.

I know enough to think that bigger things MAY be at stake here.  I
don't know enough to determine whether that is really so, or what
importance they have.  I want to find out.

Does anyone here know enough about LLDB to answer my questions?

Dr Richard Stallman
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