Winelib debugging with eclipse in fc4
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Fri Jan 6 16:18:19 CST 2006
A while back I posted a question about how to get debugging working with
eclipse in fedora 4. I am having some success, so if anyone else out
there is interested here's how it is set up.
* disabled auto winedbg by renaming AeDebug
I changed HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE/Software/Microsoft/Windows
NT/Current Version/AeDebug to AeDebug-DISABLED. Without this gdb
doesn't seem to be able to get a hold of SEGFAULTs.
In eclipse's Run/Debug dialog box:
* set the c/c++ application to WINE_SRC/loader/wine-pthread
WINE_SRC points to a compiled version of wine. For me, I got the
wine src rpm and ran rpmbuild -bb. This is where main() is,
which eclipse looks for at start up.
* put your .exe.so file on the Arguments tab
* choose the GDB Debugger on the Debugger tab
* add WINE_SRC on the Source tab as a "Filesystem directory with
The only weirdness so far is that sometimes (not always) the debugger
suspends when a new thread is created. I just resume (F8) past that. And
I am not sure what impact bypassing wine-preload's exec-shield
workaround will have on me. More on that if I learn more.
But I gotta say that having a functioning IDE with integrated debugging
on Linux is a major relief and, for me at least, a long time coming!
PS: I installed FC4, and then did yum update. eclipse is version 3.1.1
updated from the eclipse UI from the version that came with FC4.
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