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WG: [h-e-w] Fixing path for gdb (gud) in NTEmacs

From: Luetzeler Michael
Subject: WG: [h-e-w] Fixing path for gdb (gud) in NTEmacs
Date: Tue, 25 Jan 2005 17:28:33 +0100

> > When I start gdb from NTEmacs M-x gdb -> run gdb -nw the 
> source code files
> > are given with a path:
> > v:/V/TTS_SX1/PROJECTS/SITTSS/SRC/sitts.cpp
> > which does not exist.
> > 
> > The souce is located in:
> The problem is actually in your compiler; it is storing full path
> information in the object files, and using a different convention for
> the Windows device than Emacs and your local gdb use.
> See if there is a compiler option to store only the file name, not the
> path. Then you can specify the search path to your local gdb.
> -- 
> -- Stephe

Hi Stephe,

Symbian uses an "old" gcc version to cross-compile for ARM: 
>gcc --version

so if there is such a parameter for gcc I should be able to set it.
(Do you have any idea if there is such a switch for gcc?)


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