[lldb-dev] Using Python in LLDB on Windows
zturner at google.com
Mon Jan 12 14:25:32 PST 2015
Would this be done by passing the paths you want to add as a command line
option to LLDB?
Is the PYTHONHOME actually needed? The CMake already copies python27.dll
to the output location, so lldb.exe should be able to find it since it's
side by side.
On Mon Jan 12 2015 at 2:18:48 PM Ted Woodward <ted.woodward at codeaurora.org>
> On Windows, there is no notion of a default python installation. A system
> may or may not have python installed. And if it did, but was a different
> version from the python used to build LLDB, we’d see behavior from warnings
> to modules not loading to crashes.
> Because of this, LLDB for Hexagon ships with the python DLLs and Lib
> directories in ../lib/python27, python27.dll, and is invoked via a batch
> file that sets PYTHONHOME to ../lib/python27, and PYTHONPATH to
> ../lib/site-packages (which contains the LLDB python files).
> The problem with using a batch file is it intercepts ctrl-c, so that
> doesn’t work to break into a running program. So I’d like to add code on
> Windows (inside #ifdef _WIN32) that will set PYTHONHOME and PYTHONPATH if
> they don’t exist. The values for these would be controlled by a CMAKE build
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