On Friday, 20 May 2016 at 03:15:46 UTC, E.S. Quinn wrote:
I also don't know which MI commands need to be supported to
have it work with DDT. The thing is I didn't write the GDB
debugger integration for DDT, I just reused the one from CDT.
So I'm not that familiar with those internals.
BTW, the MI integration is fairly language agnostic, so in
theory your debugger could be used by CDT to debug C/C++
programs too, no? At least those generated by DMC. Maybe
Visual Studio ones too?
I'm experimenting with the build of mago-mi that comes with the
current ~master for dlangide, and it seems to throw an
unrecognized parameter error when on the --log-level=TRACE
And it seems that the version string it returns upsets eclipse,
as it throws the following error:
Could not determine GDB version using command:
Unexpected output format:
mago-mi debugger v0.1
Though, from my experience using it in Linux, eclipse-CDT's
debugger seems pretty full-featured; it will likely require
large swaths of mi functionality to be fully useful.
I've fixed some CDT incompatibilities.
Now it's possible to start debugging program from Eclipse/DDT,
set breakpoints, start execution.
Execution is stopped on breakpoint, but Eclipse does not see that
program is stopped - does not enable step buttons, does not try
to fetch current threads/frames/variables.
I see no visible difference between GDBs and mago-mi responses to
Binaries can be downloaded here:
Now logs are forced, and written to mago-mi-debug.log file in the
same directory where mago-mi.exe is located.