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Re: emacs 22 rpm's

From: Brendan Miller
Subject: Re: emacs 22 rpm's
Date: Wed, 4 Mar 2009 09:33:12 -0800

On Wed, Mar 4, 2009 at 2:03 AM, Nick Roberts <address@hidden> wrote:
> Brendan Miller writes:
> I'm not sure exactly what you are trying to do but you but you only need emacs
> 22 on your host machine, if you have gdb on your remote machines, and you use
> a recent version of Tramp, as explained in the Tramp manual:
>  With TRAMP, it is possible to
>  debug programs on remote hosts.  You can call `gdb' with a remote file
>  name:
>       M-x gdb <RET>
>       Run gdb (like this): gdb --annotate=3 /ssh:host:~/myprog <RET>

Hmm, I hadn't heard of tramp. I'll give that a shot. So is tramp an
extension to gdb?

It doesn't use gdb's built in remote debugging does it? I can't use
that since it requires exactly the same libraries on host and remote,
which is more or less impossible in my situation.

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