Re: [cdt-dev] EDC now in build
Sometimes when you install mingw it generates symbols in an obsolete format
(stabs) by default instead of Dwarf 2-3. Yet other versions of mingw seem to
default to Dwarf. Maybe Doug knows why because the mingw that comes with
Wascana always generates Dwarf by default.
As John noted EDC does not support stabs and doesn't say much when it hits a
symbol format it can't read. This is:
I don't know what's happening on Win 7, I'll have to investigate. I opened:
Thanks - Ken
> From: ext Marc-Andre Laperle <malaperle@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
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> Date: Wed, 3 Feb 2010 02:14:10 +0100
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> Subject: Re: [cdt-dev] EDC now in build
> Thanks, it works now with -gdwarf-2 on Windows XP. I didn't need to have
> a c:\symbian directory. I'm not sure what's wrong on Windows 7, though.
> On 10-02-02 7:46 PM, John Cortell wrote:
>> BTW, the dwarf2 issue would not manifest itself as the problem you
>> described. I mentioned it because it was an additional thing I got
>> snagged on when I started working with EDC.
>> At 06:36 PM 2/2/2010, John Cortell wrote:
>>> Also, the executable needs to have dwarf2 info. If the mingw
>>> generates dwarf1 or stabs by default, you'll need to specify the
>>> option to have it generate dwarf2.
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