Mail Archives: djgpp/1995/05/05/03:23:44

From: Bob <bob AT xnet DOT com>
Subject: gdb-dpmi
To: djgpp AT sun DOT soe DOT clarkson DOT edu
Date: Fri, 5 May 1995 00:47:02 -0500 (CDT)

maybe this isn't the correct place, but since it's gdb-"dpmi"  it seems like
the best place to start.

should gdb-dpmi work?  gdb works fine for me, but when i tried to run gdb-dpmi
while under windows i just get an immediate seg-fault.  the other debuggers work
find in dpmi mode [just don't have source level which speeds up what i need to
do incredibly].  or is there a way to get the other debuggers to do source?

speaking of things that probably don't belong...does anyone have a port of BEAV
to djgpp?  it compiles fine w/ borland and microsoft c, and w/ a little hacking
i was able to get it to compile under djgpp, but it immediately segfaults.  i
haven't tried debugging it yet to see what it's doing cause i wanted to see if
anyone's done this yet?  either that or is there some other decent binary
editor that can do large files [hence wanting to recompile beav under djgpp].

thanx for any info...

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