[Lldb-commits] [PATCH] D24591: [LIT] First pass of LLDB LIT support

Zachary Turner via lldb-commits lldb-commits at lists.llvm.org
Wed Sep 14 15:51:50 PDT 2016

zturner added a comment.

Also, it occurred to me that if all tests were like this (and yes, that's a tall order to imagine a world where not a single test was written using the Python API), we could probably actually drop the Python 3.5 requirement on Windows.

Another thing that's nice about tests like this is that it makes it trivial to see how to reproduce a failure.  It's currently very hard to debug failures because you have to first figure out where in the test it's failing (i.e. what line of python), then attach to the python executable and try to get a breakpoint on the native code side in the right SB API call matching up with the place where you determined the test is failing.  This is really a pain without a debugger that supports mixed<->native transitions between python and c++, and even with a debugger that does support it like we have on Windows, it often doesn't work very well or exhibits flakiness.


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