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From: Kfir Lavi <lavi.kfir@...>
Subject: gdb debugging of small system built with catalyst
Date: Sun, 25 Dec 2011 11:20:27 +0200
<div dir="ltr">Hi,<br>I have few directories each contains C++ code, and is mapped to a local private ebuild.<br>So I need to install few projects that depend on each other. <br>On the target machine I have gdbserver running.<br>



When connecting to gdbserver, the links to the sources is /var/tmp/.../../file.cpp.<br>My problem is that I need to debug all programs together, and the sources are in catalyst&#39;s tmp working directory. <br>I can use &#39;directory&#39; command in gdb to change the search path of the source files, but doing it to few projects is cumbersome.<br>


I can compile the source with -g3 and embed the sources there, but didn&#39;t try that as I heard it is unstable. <br>At the end I need to provide a way to allow programmers to use Eclipse with all the directories sources to debug all projects at once. <br>


Is there other method to do this and integrate it to Eclipse?<br>For start no need for eclipse, I need to debug from the command line or vim.<br>Regards,<br>Kfir<br></div>
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