[lldb-dev] Q: using lldb::addr_t and addr_t
root at 32bitmicro.com
Wed Jan 16 12:32:42 PST 2013
> What files are you referring to?
> On several files that I've seen (for example, ABI plugins), you have
> lldb::addr_t on the headers, and plain addr_t (after “using namespace
> lldb”) on the .cpp files.
> Both referring to the same type.
I have just started working with windows branch on cygwin.
When I was wading through the build log after make -i
there was a bunch of undefined addr_t in addition to
Some files ex: API/SBProcess.cpp on that branch use mix
of lldb::addr_t and addr_t which prompted the question.
But couple of files I checked do use lldb namespace so
this could be something else.
> On Wed, Jan 16, 2013 at 11:05 AM, Pawel Wodnicki <root at 32bitmicro.com>wrote:
>> Quick question on using lldb::addr_t and addr_t.
>> I am getting compile errors due undefined addr_t.
>> The way to fix it seems simple, just change
>> all the addr_t to lldb::addr_t :-). But there is
>> a lot of the addr_t sprinkled around, so perhaps
>> I am simply missing add_t type definition.
>> Are these two types intended to be equivalent?
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>> lldb-dev at cs.uiuc.edu
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