Re: dynamic libraries revisited

From: Thomas Miskiewicz (thomas.miskiewicz_at_ecrc.de)
Date: Thu Jan 04 2001 - 14:37:48 GMT


sorry, Im not ups-user
could you stop your email

"Terry R. Friedrichsen" wrote:
> 
> Rod asked:
> 
> > Another thing: when stopped at _dl_debug_state() in your stack example,
> > can you expand any of the dl functions that have a filename entry?
> > This will show whether teh function has debug symbols or not.
> 
> Not certain exactly what you mean by that - they *all* have a filename
> entry.  However, there is no actual source file on disk for any of them.
> 
> On a possibly related note, expanding the "Source files" gets me roughly
> 10 million entries (as a conservative estimate :-), listing every C run-time
> library function known to man (and a few that are only known to space aliens).
> 
> Somewhere in that list, virtually impossible to find, are the 23 actual source
> files I'm trying to debug :-).  None of the other 9,999,977 source files ac-
> tually exist.
> 
> Any way to get ups to *ignore* all those bogus non-existent source files and
> concentrate its attention on the ones I actually wrote myself?
> 
> Thanks.
> 
> Terry R. Friedrichsen
> 
> terry_at_venus.sunquest.com


This archive was generated by hypermail 2.1.4 : Wed Feb 13 2002 - 21:51:33 GMT