[lldb-dev] Interpretation of GDB-RSP step commands
mg11 at csr.com
Tue Aug 19 05:59:59 PDT 2014
Sorry, I should have been more direct in this post...
Does anyone actually know the difference in the GDB-RSP i and s commands?
I'd welcome your insight.
Matthew Gardiner wrote:
> Hi Folks,
> I'm poring over the gdb pdf trying to understand the difference
> between the s and i commands.
> After chatting with a colleague we came up with 2 ideas:
> 1. i means a single instruction step, and s is an instruction step but
> step over CALL instructions.
> 2. i means advance the clock once, i.e. by a single word in a
> multi-word instruction. And s means a single instruction step.
> All comments welcome!
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