> The important part, I suppose, is the file gdb_command_list. > Here it is, no holds barred: > > handle 13 nostop > > *I don't know what the above line does, but I'm sure someone on this list > *can tell you. And me. ;) It tells gdb to ignore the signal SIGPIPE, which happens if something is written to a pipe with noone to read it. I guess that happens from time to time and is ignorable, I wouldn't know. Gekke Eekhoorn of BUG.
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