[fpc-pascal]Debugging FPC

James Mills prologic at daisy.ods.org
Sat Aug 23 17:15:31 CEST 2003

On Fri, Aug 22, 2003 at 04:51:27PM +0200, jonas at freepascal.org wrote:
> Of course, I forgot that the RTL we distribute doesn't contain symbol
> information. Go to the rtl/linux sources directory (I don't know offhand
> where the sources are installed under Linux), type "make OPT="-g", and
> then compile your program with -Fu<path_to_rtl_you_just_compiled>. Now it
> will link to an rtl with full debug information and you will be able to
> place breakpoints in the rtl.

Ahhhh, now all is clear to me! lol.
I'm using Debian (sarge) and the source is not distributed with the FPC

It may look like I might have to remove all of FPC and compile and
install the whole thing myself to get all the features I need ;)
Any other Debian users on this mailing list with some advice ?


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