Trey T. Morita pounded furiously on the keyboard: > On Thu, 2 Nov 1995, Mark Devlin wrote: > > gdb (and other source-level debuggers) get the info about variables from > > the symbol table in the executable. When you compile with debug info, [snip!] > Thanks for the info Mark, but the part that got clipped (the original > mail by me) was using an example of GET_STR(ch) which is in actuality . . > #define GET_STR(ch) ((ch)->aff_abils.str) > There's no real way to sub a const declaration for this, now, is there? Well, it's not a total loss if you're using gcc and gdb; apparently gcc supports a -ggdb# where # specifies the level of debugging information you want added to the generated binaries. The highest level, 3, _supposedly_ groks macro definitions, too. But, I've never tried this, so I don't know how well this works, if it does at all. YMMV! =8-) Mark! -- Mark Coletti | DBA Systems, Inc. Fairfax, VA email@example.com | United States Geological Survey http://www.clark.net/pub/mcoletti | Office of Standards & Technology I never buy books on impulse. Only on warp.
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