|Subject:||Debugging the compiler with gdb|
|From:||"Steven Tjiang" <tjiang@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>|
|Date:||Wed, 31 May 2000 10:54:25 -0700|
I am having problems debugging the be phase with gdb. I compiled the compiler with debugging on. This really bloats up the binaries but the real problem is that if you use gdb-4.18 on be, gdb grows to 460 megabytes and then segfaults. Here is the sequence I went through: gdb be b be_debug run .... <lots of args> b Lnoptimizer c p debug() Gdb crashes leaving a very large core file. This is on an RH6.1 ia32 system. Anybody experienced this, or have a workaround?
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