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Offline Flesym

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Just another debugger error...
« on: September 25, 2005, 04:56:46 pm »

I recently installed Code::Blocks and so far it feels (almost) quite well. The only thing is, that I'm not able to bring the "build-in" debugger to work.

I'm using:
  - Code::Blocks (latest cvs)
  - g++ (4:3.3.5-1)
  - gdb (6.3-5)
  - Ubuntu 5.04 (Hoary)

I specified the compiler an debugger in the compiler-settings and at first sight everything works just fine..., at least until I start the debugger...

Here is what the massage-view puts out:
Selecting target: default
Compiling: done
Starting debugger: done
Adding source dir: /home/myself/Projects/codeblocks/Test2/
Adding file: /home/myself/Projects/codeblocks/Test2/console
exited 0
Debugger finished with status 0

The project ist just a simple "Hello World" console-application. What I can do with the debugger is, setting breakpoints and stepping through the code, but I cannot watch variables. I'm also able to send explicit commands (like 'step' and 'quit') to the gdb, while the command 'print' does nothing.

My first thought was of cource, that it must be a problem with gdb, but when I debug the same programm via command-line erverything works fine..., strange....

Any advice?

Offline mandrav

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Re: Just another debugger error...
« Reply #1 on: September 25, 2005, 05:05:47 pm »
I 'll check it out. It seems like a unicode conversion problem...
Be patient!
This bug will be fixed soon...