On 11/02/2014 14:53, Vladimir Krivopalov wrote:
Hi Bruno,

First off, I wanted to share my appreciation for working on D support in
Eclipse and especially for introducing the debugging capabilities with
DDT - really awesome!

I started playing around with the CDT debugger for D programs and so far
got a question about D dynamic arrays.
Actually they're already supported by GDB "out of box", and indeed
debugging with GDB 7.6.2 allows for the following array's output:

<code line> int[] a = [7, 5];

(gdb) print a
$1 = {7, 5}

but still, if debugging the same code in Eclipse (CDT), I see:
a    struct _Array_int    {...}
   length    unsigned long    2
   ptr    int *    0x7ffff7ecdfd0

While it is definitely possible to implement some custom pretty printers
for this (and it shouldn't be that hard), I wanted to first ask whether
you have some clue about how can the D-style array output be forced in
CDT. Thanks!

Please follow this bug: https://github.com/bruno-medeiros/DDT/issues/43
BTW, was that sample run in Linux? Using DMD?

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