>>>> "Jan" == Jan Vroonhof
Jan> nbecker(a)fred.net writes:
> >> Instead of talking to gdb for me, it's acting as if
I'm using raw gdb
> >> with just a terminal interface. It didn't display the source (at
> >> least, not at this point in the interaction), but it's asking me to
> >> hit return or quit. Is M-x gdb hosed, or do I need to set some
> >> variables to get reasonable behaviour?
Jan> Are you sure you didn't want to type M-x gdbsrc ?
> I'm sure the behaviour of M-x gdb has changed, and it's not an
Jan> What you are describing (i.e. raw gdb with a terminal interface) is
Jan> almost exactly what M-x gdb does. The displaying the source part is
Jan> part of M-x gdbsrc. Apparently for you gdbsrc sort of replaces M-x gdb
Jan> (or at least used to). Does it still work if you do M-x gdbsrc. If not
Jan> something else is broken.
I guess I didn't explain it well. Why not try it yourself? I always
have used M-x gdb. I know it's a somewhat raw interface - but now
it's a lot rawer. And kindof broken. Two things in particular:
1) It pauses insisting that I hit return to continue. It did not do
2) It has strange garbage in the output, look:
Starting program: /home/nbecker/TES/Test14
Breakpoint 1, main (argc=1, argv
---Type <return> to continue, or q <return> to quit---
=0xbffffd24) at Test14.cc:23
Jan> Do you have the Sun package installed?
I'm running on Linux. I *may* have downloaded the package for sun - I
don't think I am using it.