I think it's a cool idea and theoretically at least totally
doable. The biggest entanglements between the debugger and CDT is
in areas of breakpoints and source lookup. So you should be able
to pull out the rest of the services into a lower level feature,
then replace breakpoints with your own service.
On 11/6/13, 7:48 AM, Bruno Medeiros wrote:
(fortunately a very minor issue, trivial to workaround)
Why would it be an issue that DSF-GDB would be hard to make
independent of CDT? It seems that certain functionality (such
a the util stuff that verifies binaries, or launch
configuration parameters that used in both debug and non-debug
- binary location, working directory, arguments, etc. ) would
have to be moved to this common, lower layer, but it seems
sensible and feasible.
Then again I only took a quick and superficial at CDT code, I'm
not at all familiar with its internals.
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