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Re: lldb support

From: Sam Steingold
Subject: Re: lldb support
Date: Fri, 11 Nov 2016 14:01:25 -0500
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> * Richard Stallman <address@hidden> [2016-11-10 20:26:18 -0500]:
>   > All the usual reasons people prefer tool A over tool B:
>   > compatibility with a specific environment, personal
>   > customizations, familiarity, and personal preference. LLDB is free
>   > software. We should support it.
> Your argument disregards the important fact that LLDB is part
> of a project that aims to replace many important GNU packages,
> and its success is the GNU Project's loss.

What is wrong with replacing a GNU package with a non-GNU
package which is free software?

How is it a loss for GNU?

It seems that if there is a better free debugger than gdb, GNU can
switch the resources currently devoted to gdb to another project.

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