[lldb-dev] Setting breakpoint on file and function name doesn't work as expected.

Konrad Kleine via lldb-dev lldb-dev at lists.llvm.org
Fri Nov 8 01:53:20 PST 2019


thank you for the explanation. I'm trying to see the situation more from an
end user's perspective. When --file or -f have two different meanings
depending on how they are combined, that's bad IMHO.

>From what I read in your response I get the feeling that you assume a user
knows about the difference between CU and his or her source file and the
implications it can have when for example LTO is enabled and we make heavy
use of inlining. I see this as a problem because source-level debugging for
a function name and a file to an end user means exactly that, nomatter
where the function is inlined. Do you agree?

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