Re: GDB (newbie)

From: Mark McArthey (
Date: 06/14/96


>From the circle directory (above bin) you can type:

	gdb bin/circle

This will bring you into the debugger.  At this point type:


for run.  The program, namely circle, will run as if you had just
type bin/circle at the unix prompt.
When the program exits for any reason, you will find yourself back
in the debugger at the point in the code where it stopped.

Good Luck!

 Mark McArthey          `  _ ,  '   -  (o)o)  -  

On Thu, 13 Jun 1996, Corey Hoitsma wrote:

> Hello all:)
> I have another question for you'll.
> I'd like GDB to run in the back ground, while my mud is running,
> so I can figure out what the cause of a crash is.. is there
> a doc out there that I can get that tells me how to do that?
> Thanks!
> Corey Hoitsma                   AKA -= Myrddin =-
> Tazmania 7000

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