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Minimum required to debug [message #43641] Wed, 17 September 2014 13:31 Go to next message
jerson is currently offline  jerson
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Registered: June 2010
Location: Bombay, India
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Hello

Can someone please tell me what are the minimum requirements to get the IDE to debug programs?

My current config is WinXP+TheIDE(7635)+MinGW32(gdb7.6.1)

Build with FULL DEBUG option as default.

I did all I could to try make this work, but, it just does not work.

Using gdb MI2 mode, legacy does not work. In MI2 mode, I see a Running.... message which disappears when a breakpoint is seemingly hit. Registers which show blank values now get *******. Rest everything is blank. No disassembly / line highlight happens. Press F10, Running.... then blank. So, apparently, debugger seems to work, but screen is not getting refreshed.

It is obvious I am missing something on my machine. I do not have Visual Studio. Is that a problem for debugging?

Comments appreciated.

Regards
Jerson
Re: Minimum required to debug [message #43856 is a reply to message #43641] Mon, 10 November 2014 16:36 Go to previous message
Mindtraveller is currently offline  Mindtraveller
Messages: 917
Registered: August 2007
Location: Russia, Moscow rgn.
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First of all, you don't really need a complete Visual studio distribution to use Microsoft compiler. There's a free Visual Studio Express distribution which is light and doesn't install gigabytes of unnecessary software. Just a compiler, libraries, prerequisites and very minified version of IDE (which you won't use as you have TheIDE).

Talking about the problem you posted, did you check Build/Output mode dialog? It must be set Debug info level: Full
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