How to debug a noatun playlist.
gcolds at comcast.net
Mon Jul 21 17:38:47 BST 2003
Thanks for the info. Actually, using KDevelop to write my code which probably
complicates things a bit. As for gcc, I've noticed that as well. I just
thought that the problem was with KDevelop (I'm using 3.0 alpha 5 on Suse 8.2
to write my code) or that I was setting debug settings incorrectly. Thanks
for the tip. I am definatly having fun.
On Sunday 20 July 2003 10:05 pm, Charles Samuels wrote:
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> On Sunday 20 July 2003 5:29, Neil Stevens wrote:
> > > Do I have to have Noatun compiled with debugging information in order
> > > for it to work properly?
> > I'd recommend it.
> What I think Neil means to say is that it's a good idea, but it won't
> inhibit the debugging of -your- code. It might be not as easy to look into
> variables defined in noatun, though.
> Also, if you have a slower machine, your debugging may be faster if you set
> the environment variable LD_BIND_NOW=1 .
> If you really like KDE apps, I swear by kdbg. While it's lacking a lot of
> useful features, it still certainly is quite a convenient and nice app.
> I've also noticed that gcc 3.x is incredibly and extremely bad at C++
> debugging. I've seen it have trouble set breakpoints in constructors, and
> have trouble looking at variables that are instanciations of templates.
> have fun!
> - -Charles
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> Charles Samuels <charles at kde.org>
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