bug: Internal debugger never returns on Solaris

John Gluck john.gluck at sympatico.ca
Thu Apr 19 20:30:39 UTC 2001


Nikolaus Bates-Haus wrote:

> I posted this on the phorum, but thought I'd replicate it here:
>
> Solaris 2.8 x86
> KDevelop 1.4.1
> KDE 2.1.1
> GNU Make 3.79
> GNU gdb 5.0
>
> It looks like the internal debugger never returns. Even if the program runs
> to completion, I have to stop the debugger. Furthermore, after running the
> debugger, I can't make anymore. It'll say "Running Make", and show the
> output of make, but kdevelop misses the fact that the make completed. ptree
> shows a <defunct> process, and truss shows that kdevelop never wait(2)'s on
> this child.
>
> -nik
>
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Hmmm...

Have you tried running the debugger without all the Kdevelop fluff. Just type kdbg on the commandline.
It may produce some output that will give you a hint as to what's going on.

John


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