Author Topic: Remote debugging - script is being blocked  (Read 6431 times)

Offline cab_team

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Remote debugging - script is being blocked
« on: January 15, 2015, 03:12:26 pm »

We are remote debugging using gdb, we use gnome terminal in a script started by codeblocks to execute a telnet command which starts gdbserver on the remote target and shows the output.

When we do this using Codeblocks version 10.05, the gnome terminal does not block the script and completes successfully. However, when we do the same thing using version 13.12 of Codeblocks the terminal hangs the script.

I have found that version 13.12 does not cause gnome terminal to block if it is run from the command line rather than by clicking the codeblocks icon in the gnome Launcher.

Does anyone know why this is the case? we are using Ubuntu 12.04.

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Re: Remote debugging - script is being blocked
« Reply #1 on: January 21, 2015, 08:56:20 pm »
How do you tell C::B to execute your script/gnome terminal?
Can you post some logs?
Simple project to demonstrate the problem?
Have you tried a nightly?
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