.gdbinit, Lisp_Type_Char, and DWARF-2 vs. stabs
Stephen J. Turnbull
stephen at xemacs.org
Fri May 26 05:19:20 EDT 2006
>>>>> "Jerry" == Jerry James <james at xemacs.org> writes:
Jerry> Moving the discussion to xemacs-beta...
Jerry> Malcolm Purvis <malcolmp at xemacs.org> wrote:
>> Unrelated to these changes, but on the topic of .gdbinit, does
>> anyone else have problems with gdb define 'pobj'? Whenever I
>> try and use it I get the following:
>> (gdb) pobj Qnil
>> No symbol "Lisp_Type_Char" in current context.
Jerry> Yes, darn it. What gcc are you using? I'm running Fedora
Jerry> Core 5, and have gcc-4.1.0-3 from that distribution.
I see this with several versions of gcc-3 on Mac OS X as well. I
haven't built with gcc-2 in a while, since I get library
If you build with --with-union-type you'll be OK. (That's why I
didn't see it before, I habitually use union type since it catches the
"return integers from DEFUNs" bugs that I make a lot.)
You could also do the hack that is used for integers and set
Lisp_Type_Char 2 explicitly.
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