[lldb-dev] one more bug in evaluation

Zajac andrey.zaytsev at jetbrains.com
Fri Oct 14 01:05:17 PDT 2011

Greg, it is a regular ivar. There is no even property defined for this. It's declared in @interface section.
How can I help you to localize the issue? Today I'll try to reproduce the problem with latest source and let you know if it still happen.

14.10.2011, в 10:03, Greg Clayton написал(а):

> Until recently we didn't get any information about properties in the debug info, so we were unable to show those at all. Is the ivar you are missing a property? Normal ivars that are declared in the header file (not in the nameless category in the .m file) should show up as expected. 
> Newer clang compilers now emit enough debug information for us to support properties but we haven't gotten the support added for those yet.
> If you just have a normal ivar, then be sure to check in your "object" is valid.
> On Oct 13, 2011, at 8:09 PM, Andrey Zaytsev wrote:
>> Hello everyone. Maybe it's fixed already but here is what i found:
>> I have some objective C object with ivars. But expression "object->myIVar" can't be evaluated. It says "MyObject doesn't a member named 'myIVar'; did you mean myIVar?".
>> Thank you for consideration.
>> lldb-76
>> Xcode 4.2
>> OSX 10.6 
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