how to trace the code of Xorg from the application
eich at suse.de
Wed Feb 28 01:35:43 PST 2007
LongdaFeng at viatech.com.cn writes:
> Hi everyone:
> First, any advice is appreciated!
> Recently, I run doom3-demo, it failed on the function
> XextAddDisplay which is in libXext.so.6(it lie in the xc/lib/Xext), I
> use gdb&ddd on two pc,
> I can add breakpoint in the function XextAddDisplay ,but the
> ddd can't debug the function of XextAddDisplay
This seems to indicate that either you have not built this part of Xt
with "-g" or something in your build process has stripped this info off.
> Addition: I run on Xorg6.9, the host.def is as attachment . I
> build the Xorg with -g flag in the host.def
> #define DefaultGcc2i386Opt -O0 -g0 -march=pentium3 -pipe
Please take out the '0'. I'm not sure what level 0 actually means but
smaller numbers usually include less debugging information. 2 is the
default. I'd suggest you leave it there and just do '-g'.
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