[Lldb-commits] [PATCH] D12977: LLDB MI addition for getting process stopped at first instruction right after launch via -exec-run
Kirill Lapshin via lldb-commits
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Fri Sep 18 10:48:11 PDT 2015
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In some cases debugger user may want to get debugged process stopped at very early point - at first instruction.
With lldb command line interpreter this may be done easily with exisiting option to "process launch" command:
process launch -s
Currently, if lldb-mi user want to use pure MI only - important for IDEs - there is no possibility to run debugged process and getting it stopped right on first instruction.
This patch is implementation of such option with additional boolean flag set by -gdb-set and launch program in -exec-run handler with checking this flag.
-gdb-set/show option, patch for -exec-run handler and lldb-mi tests for added -gdb-set/show option.
-gdb-set process-stopatentry on/off
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