Set variable value in debugger?
timo.steuerwald at gmx.de
Fri Nov 5 19:56:58 GMT 2004
Am 5 Nov 2004 um 10:58 hat Heimburg, Anno von geschrieben:
> Hi ML!
> Is there a GUI-oriented way to set a variable in KDevelop's debugger? No, entering "set foo=3" in kdevelop's gdb shell does not
> count. I want to click on the variable name or something.
As far as I know this doesn't exist. Nevertheless this can be done via an gdb
config script, ok this is not a point and click way, but surely better then entering
every debugging session the same things.
To get this work, I've done the following: In Project -> Project Options ->
Debugger I've selected a special directory for gdb, in which a script named
"gdb" can be found. In this script there's only this command:
> #! /bin/bash
> /usr/bin/gdb -x gdb_config "$@"
Where gdb_config is my GDB config script, of course. This works very well for
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