[lldb-dev] Frame documentation
jason at molenda.com
Sun Nov 30 00:17:06 PST 2014
(I checked, the "statics" bool arg in SBFrame::GetVariables refers to static / global variables that are defined in this compilation unit -- the most likely behavior for that argument.)
> On Nov 29, 2014, at 11:41 PM, Jason Molenda <jason at molenda.com> wrote:
> SBFrame::get_all_variables is a shortcut provided for Python scripts (but is not available when using the C++ SB API).
> The SBFrame::GetVariables() call I used in my example allows you to specify whether you want argument variables, static variables (I don't know if this is function-static or file-static ...), or local variables. I used it in my example so it would be language-agnostic - valid for either C++ or Python scripting.
> If you're writing your script in Python (instead of C++), get_all_variables is fine. There is also get_locals, get_arguments, and get_statics if you want to pick out some of those variables.
>> On Nov 29, 2014, at 5:19 PM, Jose H <jose.francisco.hevia at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Thank you Jason.
>> I looked at the online documentation of lldb, that looks like it uses
>> doxygen or something, and it is inside the code.
>> My mind supposed(without thinking) the documentation of this was
>> better than the python help so I did not even looked at it.
>> What is the difference between GetVariables and get_all_variables?
>> I am a little anxious to have something that minimally work that I
>> could publish.
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