first of all, thanks for your interest.
>It would be nice. I tryed Kwonsk's gdb, it works OK
>but (due to modifications in kernel??) it treats a C++ exception like
>gdb trap and bails out with 5th signal.
Well, i'm not good at C++, but let's try to fixit.
It seems that C++ treats exception, in C++ envirionment, using TRAP #1.
(my guess is C++ startup routine have a hook of trap #1 for their internal
usage. it's just my guess, does any body knows exact mechanizm?)
If it's true, we could avoid problems of C++ by using TRAP #15 as a
GDB's break point instruction (it's a simple patch).
Is this right? Or does anybody know what
the problem is exactly ?
Thanks, in advance.
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