[lldb-dev] Continuation of single stopped SBThread

Eran Ifrah eran.ifrah at gmail.com
Thu Sep 4 08:45:02 PDT 2014

>From my experience, any command that can be used by the API can be invoked
problematically like this:

On Thu, Sep 4, 2014 at 10:54 AM, Mario Zechner <badlogicgames at gmail.com>

> Hi,
> i'm currently working on a debugger based on the public LLDB API and am
> currently looking into multi-threaded debugging. The debugger should
> support the following scenario:
> - user sets breakpoints
> - two or more threads get stopped due to breakpoints
> - user wants to continue execution of only one of the threads
> SBThread has the methods Suspend/Resume. To my understanding (and tests),
> Suspend marks a thread as not to be continued when the entire process is
> continued. Which is the oposite of what i'd need for my use case.
> I looked into the implementation of the command 'thread continue', but
> that uses the private LLDB API, which is sadly not an option for us at this
> point.
> I'd be greatful for any hints.
> Thanks,
> Mario
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Eran Ifrah,
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