|Re: [cdt-dev] debugging core files|
> > > > > I have a program file that, if run, gives a segmentation fault. If I run > > this file on command line, it gets core dumped and creates a core file > > in the current directory. But if I run it in Eclipse, it appears as if > > the core file is not created. So if I'm using the C/C++ post mortem > > debugger, I have to have already run the program on command line for the > > core file to be created so I can select it when debugging. I don't think > > it should work this way. Please point me in the right direction if I'm > > doing something wrong. > > > Fix in cvs, the launcher will do a refresh() when the program terminates any core should appear or files should appear. Nice catch, thanks.
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