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[cdt-dev] Doubt related to terminate action event

Thanks John and Mikhail for the response related to MIInferior class.

I have one more doubt.. Its related to registering the SessionManager for
getting debug events.

I have return a new launch configuration. In my new delegate, after doing
some of the steps required for my launch,

I am using the launch of LocalCDILaunchDelegate.
Now in this case, though the debug starts and stack frame is displayed but
when I do terminate action on running debug process,
the terminate is not happening. I tried putting breakpoints and then
debugging the issue it seems that the SessionManager
handleTerminateEvents() or handleDebugEvents() are not getting called.

Since they are not getting called it seems the event is either not received
or not handled.

Can someone tell what might be the issue and how to make sure that
terminate event is received ?

Thanks & Regards,

Nayna Jain

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That's what I get for trying to quickly scan the code and come up
with an answer. Thought I had it right, but oh welll...


At 08:16 AM 12/3/2009, Mikhail Khodjaiants wrote:
>It's the opposite, MIInferior represents the process being debugged.
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>Subject: Re: [cdt-dev] Purpose of MIInferior class
>MIInferior is the java.lang.Process that represents the gdb process
>itself, as opposed to the, say, the "Hello World" process the user is
>You will see that the gdb process is represented in the Debug view.
>The model object associated with that view element is an MIInferior
>As for standalone documentation on the gdb/mi CDI reference
>implementation, there is none that I know of.  Detailed low level
>documents is not something you're not going to come across very often in
>CDT, but I think that holds true for many projects. There are comments
>in the code, but admittedly, they are sparse. In a perfect world,
>committers would thoroughly document their classes/interfaces/methods.
>Often, though, the focus is on developing good software that performs,
>is well designed, and intuitive. If software meets those three criteria,
>engineers can often learn the design simply by studying the code. It's
>not an ideal situation, but it's something.
>At 05:20 AM 12/3/2009, Nayna Jain wrote:
> >Hi all,
> >
> >What is the purpose of MIInferior class in
>org.eclipse.cdt.debug.mi.core ?
> >
> >Is there any document which tells how the connection to gdb/mi is
> >mapped in our cdt debug model ?
> >
> >Which class represents what ?
> >
> >Thanks & Regards,
> >Nayna Jain
> >
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