[lldb-dev] What is the stop/pause command for lldb?

Matthew Gardiner mg11 at csr.com
Sun Feb 23 23:07:03 PST 2014

jingham at apple.com wrote:
> Control-C is currently broken in TOT lldb.  It pops the input reader for the program you are debugging off the stack, but doesn't interrupt it, leaving you in a kind of odd state...
> Greg's on this.
> Jim
Thanks for this, Jim.

However, this leaves me a bit puzzled. Surely, if lldb *already* has a command intended to SIGTRAP the inferior (i.e. process interrupt), then why is Control-C broken? What is Control-C's intended 
purpose in lldb?


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