|Debugging with GDB||www.imodulo.com · 2003-04-05|
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gdb/mi is a line based machine oriented text interface to GDB. It is specifically intended to support the development of systems which use the debugger as just one small component of a larger system.
This chapter is a specification of the gdb/mi interface. It is written in the form of a reference manual.
Note that gdb/mi is still under construction, so some of the features described below are incomplete and subject to change.
This chapter uses the following notation:
| separates two alternatives.
[ something ] indicates that something is optional: it may or may not be given.
( group )* means that group inside the parentheses may repeat zero or more times.
( group )+ means that group inside the parentheses may repeat one or more times.
"string" means a literal string.
In alphabetic order: Andrew Cagney, Fernando Nasser, Stan Shebs and Elena Zannoni.
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