labath added a comment. This test deliberately compiles without `-g`, so the variable should not be in the debug info. On non-windows systems we're expected to pick up the name from the symbol table. Is there such a thing on windows as well? Maybe you need to lookup the symbol as `_conflicting_symbol` ?
I think this could also be related to your breakpoint location resolving problem. The test explicitly calls `self.registerSharedLibrariesWithTarget` which explicitly adds the shared library to the list of target modules, so (assuming registerSharedLibrariesWithTarget works on windows) this test should not depend on automatic library searching in lldb. I'm guessing you have some problems looking things up when debug info is absent. With all that in mind, I don't think this patch would hurt this test, but I don't believe it will help you getting the test passing either, so I would keep the num_expected_locations as-is (the LLDB_TEST_API thingy is obviously fine). https://reviews.llvm.org/D43688 _______________________________________________ lldb-commits mailing list email@example.com http://lists.llvm.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/lldb-commits