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Home » Community » U++ community news and announcements » POSIX debugging of console apps improved
POSIX debugging of console apps improved [message #41461] Thu, 19 December 2013 13:42 Go to next message
mirek is currently online  mirek
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When debugging a console apps in Linux, ide now launches separate console for the application to provide its input/output (while communicating with gdb using different path).

Note that some versions of gdb report

&"warning: GDB: Failed to set controlling terminal: Operation not permitted\n"

in the console. This seems to be a bug in gdb (just google it...) and is basically harmless, everything else seems to be working just fine.
Re: POSIX debugging of console apps improved [message #41474 is a reply to message #41461] Fri, 20 December 2013 11:09 Go to previous messageGo to next message
masu is currently offline  masu
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HI Mirek,

a few #defines missing.
Rev. 6684 does not compile in Win7 with TDM-GCC (and I assume on Windows in general).

Attached is a patch that fixes compile and link errors.

Regards
Matthias
Re: POSIX debugging of console apps improved [message #41475 is a reply to message #41474] Fri, 20 December 2013 13:05 Go to previous messageGo to next message
mirek is currently online  mirek
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Thanks, meanwhile I have found myself too... Should be now fixed.
Re: POSIX debugging of console apps improved [message #41476 is a reply to message #41475] Fri, 20 December 2013 13:21 Go to previous message
masu is currently offline  masu
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It works, thanks!
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