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Old 12-08-2008, 04:07 AM   #1
jackandking
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Question [gdb]how to exec cmd when breakpoint was hit


suppose I have two breakpoint b1 and b2,
and I deinfed scripts s1 and s2 to exec at break time.

how to make s1 autorun when b1 was hit?
 
Old 12-08-2008, 11:49 PM   #2
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suppose I have two breakpoint b1 and b2,
and I deinfed scripts s1 and s2 to exec at break time.

how to make s1 autorun when b1 was hit?
Code:
break b1
   commands
      silent # optional. should be first if present
      # whatever command you like include running everything via
      # gdb's shell command
      continue # optional, if you want execution continue after command execution
   ends
By the way, what ary trying to achieve ?
 
  


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