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Re: Emacs - MinGW32 on W2K

From: Eli Zaretskii
Subject: Re: Emacs - MinGW32 on W2K
Date: Sat, 01 Mar 2003 13:20:16 +0200

> From: "Dhruva Krishnamurthy" <address@hidden>
> Date: Wed, 26 Feb 2003 19:44:50 +0530
>  How can I interrupt GDB on W2K. Ctrl-C or ESC does not inetrrupt.

Try Ctrl-BREAK, it might work.  If not, I'd suggest asking on the GDB
mailing list, address@hidden  I expect the answer to be
highly dependant on the specific port of GDB you are using.

If you invoke GDB from the Emacs's `src' directory, you might also
try playing with the line in the `.gdbinit' file which says this:

  handle 2 noprint pass

For starters, comment away that line, then restart GDB and Emacs under
it, and try "Ctrl-C" or "Ctrl-g".  If that interrupts Emacs and GDB
kicks in, you have your solution, but you will be unable to use "C-c"
and/or "C-g" for normal Emacs operation.  In that case, for any Emacs
command that is bound to a key which includes "C-c", invoke that
command by its name via "M-x".

>  I want to interrupt just before the crash scene and apply
>  breakpoint.

Why do you think you need that?  It's possible that the same effect
can be achieved in some other way.

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