[lldb-dev] Emacs LLDB support & the GDB/MI Interface
Ted Woodward via lldb-dev
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Mon Jul 31 11:24:31 PDT 2017
The original lldb-mi implementation was to get Eclipse talking to lldb. Since then there have been other people working on it, and other clients, but lldb-mi is not a full implementation of the MI protocol.
The best thing to do is give us a list of commands that are failing, in a bug opened in Bugzilla at http://bugs.llvm.org .
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> Subject: Re: [lldb-dev] Emacs LLDB support & the GDB/MI Interface
> >>> Last time I tried, it wasn't "reasonable" enough to start debugging
> >> a
> >>> program under Emacs. See this discussion for details:
> >>> http://lists.llvm.org/pipermail/llvm-dev/2016-December/108512.html
> >>> The failed commands it shows are the initial ones issued by Emacs
> >>> when a debugging session starts. Without support of these commands
> >> in
> >>> lldb-mi there's no hope for any
> >>> practical debugging using lldb.
> >>> If llvm developers could implement those minimal commands, maybe
> >>> rest would be easier.
> I will try to add those command when my time allows. If there are others that
> are needed to make Emacs work then please let me know or better open a
> Hafiz Abid Qadeer
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