> Normally, a CPU only allows a very small (as in, ~4) watchpoints. So I > think this strategy is bound to fail.
Thanks. I see there only 4 hardware watchpoints are supported on my machine. Is there a way to set software watchpoints? > If you really need dynamic information about this sort of thing (and not > just the static "does the function reference this variable" kind), then > I'd suggest trying to combine the static information (obtained either > through analysis of the debug info, by looking at the relocations in the > object files, or from the source code) Static information is also helpful here. Do you have specific information on what tools can help to provide such information? Thanks. > with some dynamic instrumentation > framework (the kinds used for coverage analysis) that can tell you > whether a particular line of code (instruction) got executed. Do you have specific tools to recommend? Thanks. -- Regards, Peng _______________________________________________ lldb-dev mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org http://lists.llvm.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/lldb-dev