[Lldb-commits] [PATCH] Implemented "thread jump" built-in command.

Richard Mitton richard at codersnotes.com
Fri Aug 23 12:34:38 PDT 2013


So, I just wanted to check here; the LLVM developer policy says I'm 
expected to get every patch reviewed before submission. In general, for 
lack of any feedback, is it OK to just submit stuff like this without 

Richard Mitton
richard at codersnotes.com

On 08/20/2013 02:11 PM, Richard Mitton wrote:
> This patch adds a 'jump' command, similar to GDBs.
> This allows the PC to be directly changed to a different line.
> It's similar to the example python script in examples/python/jump.py, except implemented as a builtin.
> Also this version will track the current function correctly even if the target line resolves to multiple addresses. (e.g. debugging a templated function)
> http://llvm-reviews.chandlerc.com/D1452
> Files:
>    source/Commands/CommandObjectThread.cpp
>    source/Interpreter/CommandInterpreter.cpp
>    test/functionalities/thread/jump/Makefile
>    test/functionalities/thread/jump/TestThreadJump.py
>    test/functionalities/thread/jump/main.cpp
>    test/functionalities/thread/jump/other.cpp

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