[Kst] Re: cmake

Peter Kümmel syntheticpp at gmx.net
Mon Feb 21 23:18:08 CET 2011

On 21.02.2011 23:11, Matthew D Truch wrote:
>> Yes I know, but I mean: how could the debug symbols be extracted into a other file.
> With voodoo and magic.  ;-)  They have a custom strip that takes what it
> extracts and puts it in a file with an identical name and path as the
> file which was stripped but prepended with the /usr/lib/debug directory.
> Furthermore, the source files are put under /usr/src/debug.  Then
> everything in these debug directories is packaged in a separate
> debuginfo package.  gdb and friends are configured to also look in those
> places for the debugging symbols and for the source.  Finally, when
> packages crash and a useless backtrace pops up in the gui, a button is
> available which loads all appropriate debuginfo packages via the usual
> packaging system and then *poof* the backtrace reloads with useful info.

This sounds great, indeed! And what are cmake commands ;)

Seriously, what are the key words to google for?


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