How: debug in specific working directory??

md md at
Thu Mar 2 11:55:05 UTC 2000

On 01-Mar-00 jbb wrote:
> On Thu, 02 Mar 2000, you wrote:
>> Yes, you are right, I`m debugging an terminal application, that reads
>> several
>> configuration and data files from the current directory. 
>> So for testing and debugging different data or configurations it would be
>> very
>> annoying always to copy the binary in the specific directory.
> So you have one project and copy the executable to several different
> directorys
> that contain different test data. That should be okay if you use "Debug other
> executable". Let us know if that is a solution for this situation.
Well, yes I would rather call it a workaround :-))

>> Also for GUI applications, there might be some situations, where it is
>> necessary to send a specific gdb command which is not (yet) supported by the
>> kdevelop GUI. 
> Yes, It's on the (large) list of things to do...
> As well as
> "cin and fgets type inputs will not work as there is no place to input the
> data"
> Note that being on the list isn't a guarantee it'll get done of course.
Of course! I just wanted to know if I overlooked a feature or if is really
not there.

Thanks for your answers


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