Matthew T. Kromer writes:
 > ...
 > Well largely, ALL I want is the backtrace -- and I'm wondering if I 
 > could cobble something together that could get it.  The problem is it 
 > needs to look at the symbol table, and I dont know how to get at that 
 > via C -- ie, gdb doesnt have an interface that I know of that you can 
 > link in to grab a stack trace and exit.
I seem to remember that one can define gdb commands that are executed
whenever the program stops.

It this were true, we could activate such a definition in a ".gdbinit"
file and then run the program.
When the Python stops due to a signal, the command would be activated.
It would make a backtrace followed by a quit.

Not sure, it will work, though...


Dieter

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