Yes, it found the debug symbols. I have several libraries linked in, some
of them dependent on the others and linked accordingly. They have all been
compiled with the -g switch. I also link to precompiled dll's for OpenGL,
gdi, freeglut and glew. I guess they don't have debug symbols, but I'am
2013/9/22 LRN <lrn1986@...>
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> On 22.09.2013 20:57, D'Squarius X wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > I have a Win32 program which I want to debug using GDB. It has a
> > function and actually does what I want, but I can't seem to set any
> > breakpoints to it because gdb can't find the source file.
> You can't set up breakpoints? What does gdb tell you, exactly?
> > I'm pretty sure
> > I've given it the right path + line no, both in absolute and relative
> > and the source has been compiled with the gcc -g switch.
> Did gdb tell you that it found debug symbols when it loaded the executable?
> If not, then maybe executable is stripped at some point.
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