[fpc-devel] Dwar2 changed?
fpc at mfriebe.de
Thu Jan 13 15:32:20 CET 2011
On 13/01/2011 14:14, Joost van der Sluis wrote:
>>>> >> TCmdLineDebugger.SendCmdLn "-data-evaluate-expression
>>>> << TCmdLineDebugger.ReadLn "^done,value="#0<repeats 20 times>""
>>>> << TCmdLineDebugger.ReadLn "(gdb) "
>>> You do realize that this is an hack? (I partly wrote it)
>>> It could also be that the location of the exception-name has been
>>> changed by something. This hack doesn't use any debug-information. Only
>>> the definitions of a shortstring and pointer.
>> I do, yes...
>> - I know eax is correct, because the fall-back (using ^char instead of
>> shortstring works:
>> -data-evaluate-expression ^char(^pointer(^POINTER($eax)^+12)^+1)
The fallback does work. So the data is in the correct location
>> - The fallback is usually needed, if shortstring is not in the
>> symboltable at all, but then the expression gives an error. Now the
>> expression returns data, but the wrong data...
> Ehh? Does the fallback work or not?
yes, but it was not triggered, because the first query did not return a
gdbg-error, there just was no usable data.
I added the data check, so now the fallback is triggered, and it works.
>> Strange, the same fpc on windows still works perfect with half a dozen
>> different fpc versions (6.3 to 7.2)
> So it could be a gdb-problem?
possible, yes, strange though
afaik "shortstring" is encoded as a record (len; chars), so maybe
something in there...
>> It is also possible that my previous fpc trunk on my fedora box was
>> build with some debug ino, and now I forgot, and just build it... but
>> again on windows I tested with fpc 2.4.2 and trunc, both build with
>> several different configs...
> You lost me. Do I still have to do something?
probably not, because there is not enough info yet to start on something.
I was just asking if something obvious springs to mind....
I currently don't have the time to go through all the options and see
what works and what not.
e.g compile rtl with/whitout -gs / -gw
or check older versions, ...
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