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I use KDevelop as my IDE. When debugging in KDevelop a tab labeled Disassemble is available to see assembly code for the program being debugged. I haven't used it, so I can say nothing beyond its existence.
Is it possible to have gdb print out the assembly instruction to be executed after I type something like stepi or nexti. Its really annoying to type "disassemble $pc ($pc+1)" to get the current instruction.
Basicly I'm looking at a compiled executable and trying to understand how it works. I do not have the source code for the executable.