cvs commit: src/gnu/usr.bin/binutils/libbfd/i386 bfd.h
marcel at xcllnt.net
Sun Apr 18 10:07:31 PDT 2004
On Sun, Apr 18, 2004 at 09:46:51AM -0700, David O'Brien wrote:
> > I have 6.1 pre-release in perforce. I plan to import that alongside
> > gdb 5.2 as soon as 6.1 is announced.
> What do mean "along side"? Please don't import src/contrib/gdb6.
Yes, I'll import to gdb6
> Import it just as src/contrib/gdb.
No. There are too many dependencies. I want it tested and validated
before I kill the debugger we have now. Once everything is ok, I
have no problem reimporting to contrib/gdb and removing contrib/gdb6
at that time we can also discuss whether we want gdb to depend on
binutils again or not.
> > People can pound on it while I
> > finish support for kernel debugging.
> I have ports/devel/gdb6 working with full kernel debugging already. I
> just need to get cvs@ to repo copy a few patches before I can commit it.
Kernel debugging is going to be implemented differently. No more
local changes to support kernel core files or KVM and kernel
modules and no more local changes to support libc_r. Enough of that.
Threading support is going to be implemented using libthread_db and
kernel support is going to be implemented using IPC with a new
front-end tool (kgdb). People are already working on the various
aspects and the last thing we need is a disruptive gdb import.
Marcel Moolenaar USPA: A-39004 marcel at xcllnt.net
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