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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 17:27:59 +0100

Sorry for trying to be more sophisticated in word selection than is
appropriate for my language skills.

I am stuck with a really old version of gdb supplied with the Symbian SDK to
develop SW for the Symbian / Series 60 platform on an ARM processor. 
gdb --version gives: GNU gdb 4.17-psion-98r2

I commonly run the gdb from the WindowsXP cmd-shell. The W32-shell is my
default shell in Emacs as well.

Removing the cygwin gdb from the path I can also run "my" Symbian gdb from a
bash shell. 
Running gdb -nw all info to src-code files is given in relative paths which
should be OK if used by gud.

Michael

> -----Urspr√ľngliche Nachricht-----
> Von: Ismael Valladolid Torres [mailto:address@hidden 
> Gesendet: Dienstag, 25. Januar 2005 16:44
> An: NT-Emacs (address@hidden)
> Betreff: Re: [h-e-w] Fixing path for gdb (gud) in NTEmacs
> 
> 
> Luetzeler Michael escribe:
> > Is there any "other" GUI frontend to gdb (I have to use an 
> aquard version of
> > gdb supplied by Symbian for on-target debugging -- can't 
> switch to current
> > cygwin gdb.)
> 
> What do you mean by ``aquard''? Looks like english is not your
> language, and it's not mine, either!
> 
> Why can't you use Cygwin gdb? Looks like part of your setup expects
> UNIX paths, part of your setup expects Windows paths, and there is
> kind of pathname expansion somewhere. Can you give us more details
> about your setup (shell you're using, if any)?
> 
> If running Cygwin, have a look at cygstart and cygpath command line
> utils.
> 
> Cordially, Ismael
> -- 
> Ismael Valladolid Torres    Oberthur Card Systems
> Technical Support           C/ Manuel Tovar, 16, 1ª pta., 
> Oficina dcha.
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> 917 355 452
> 
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