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Re: gud-tooltip-mode: gdb-prompt: Wrong number of arguments

From: Klaus Zeitler
Subject: Re: gud-tooltip-mode: gdb-prompt: Wrong number of arguments
Date: Tue, 16 May 2006 09:49:10 +0200
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>>>>> "Nick" == Nick Roberts <address@hidden> writes:
    Nick> I've fixed this.  GUD tooltips work better if you compile with -g3
    Nick> (assuming thats possible on Solaris).  Then you can look at macro
    Nick> definitions with them when the program is not executing 

Works like a charm now. Thanks for the quick fix.
By the way the image was compiled with -g3. From your comment I assume that
you think that it should have worked if the program was compiled with -g3.
But maybe I misunderstood.

    Nick> (you can also print their values during execution by selecting them
    Nick> with the mouse as a region, and clicking on the tool bar print icon,
    Nick> but thats another story).

Didn't know this. Thanks for the hint. gdb/gud in CVS looks/feels great.


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