On 15/11/2013 09:02, Namespace wrote:
On Thursday, 14 November 2013 at 20:02:44 UTC, Bruno Medeiros wrote:
On 14/11/2013 18:46, Namespace wrote:
On Thursday, 14 November 2013 at 17:54:58 UTC, Bruno Medeiros wrote:
DDT 0.9.0 ("Debugging is Magic") is out, see post:
https://groups.google.com/d/msg/ddt-ide/VwA7ifYt9c0/wBcvUSVKNqMJ


I get:
Cannot complete the install because of a conflicting dependency.
  Software being installed: DDT - D Development Tools
0.9.0.v201311141659 (org.dsource.ddt.feature.group 0.9.0.v201311141659)
  Software currently installed: Eclipse Platform 3.8.2.M20130131-0800
(org.eclipse.platform.ide 3.8.2.M20130131-0800)

Hum, I think Eclipse 4.x is now the minimum Eclipse version
requirement, due to the CDT dependency. As such, I don't think Eclipse
can update itself across a major version number, so you'll need to
download a new Eclipse 4.x installation.
It works with the last version of Eclipse. But the Debugger throws
errors if I try to use it. Too bad. And it is even more complicated to
install, than Visual D or MonoD.

I'd very much welcome any reports of things that you think maybe be a defect with DDT (or CDT). If GDB works from the command line, it should work from Eclipse as well.
A few things to watch for:
Seems like a 32-bit GDB can only debug 32-bit binaries, and a 64 bit GDB can only debug 64 bit binaries. And you if you try otherwise you won't get a clear error message, so it can be confusing.


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Bruno Medeiros - Software Engineer

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