macOS: debugging hell - strange behavior in lldb and gdb
John Colvin via Digitalmars-d-debugger
digitalmars-d-debugger at puremagic.com
Wed Feb 15 02:39:17 PST 2017
On Wednesday, 15 February 2017 at 07:45:41 UTC, Jacob Carlborg
> On 2017-02-15 00:56, John Colvin wrote:
>> -g is there though, which is actually what the docs say.
>> gdb should suppport D (assuming it's not an ancient gdb), so
>> -g should
>> be better there. Overall, gdb is a better debugger for D. -g
>> means D
>> debug info, -gc means pretend to be C.
> D should support LLDB, or LLDB should support D (whichever way
> it is). LLDB is the system debugger on macOS.
Judging by what was done with gdb by Iain, it's lldb that will
need modifying. In the meantime - while we wait for someone with
the skills and time to do that - -gc will have to suffice.
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