From: Phil Krylov <phil@ma...> - 2003-07-29 22:13:45
Wednesday, July 30, 2003, 1:27:16 AM you wrote:
JB> I have installed msys 1.0 and mingw 2.0 and gdb 5.2.1, and I can't stop
JB> programs by pressing control-c. Is there any way to make this work?
Use control-break instead.
From: Jeremy Bettis <jeremy@de...> - 2003-07-30 16:00:44
Nope control-break makes gdb exit. It does not stop the target program.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Phil Krylov" <phil@...>
To: "Jeremy Bettis" <mingw-users@...>
Sent: Tuesday, July 29, 2003 5:12 PM
Subject: Re: [Mingw-users] using control-c in mingw gdb
> Hello, Jeremy.
> Wednesday, July 30, 2003, 1:27:16 AM you wrote:
> JB> I have installed msys 1.0 and mingw 2.0 and gdb 5.2.1, and I can't
> JB> programs by pressing control-c. Is there any way to make this work?
> Use control-break instead.
> Phil mailto:phil@...
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From: John Fattaruso <johnf@ti...> - 2003-10-09 19:59:10
I recently downloaded MinGW-3.1.0-1 and MSYS-1.0.9 to compile Tcl/Tk on
a fresh Win2000 box. The make process for Tcl8.4.2 bombed when compiling
the source file tclCmdAH.c in the generic directory. The error message
was parse error for a numeric constant in line 806, which is in an enum
definition. Utltimately what fixed it was hacking the source code to
rename the enum symbol FILE_EXISTS to FILE_EXISTSX both in the enum
definition and in a subsequent switch statement that referred to the
enum value. So evidently somewhere in the compile process the symbol
FILE_EXISTS is getting predefined as a numerical constant. This error
did not occur with the very same Tcl/Tk source code when compiling it
twice before, on a Win98 box and a WinXP laptop, but using
MinGW-2.0.0-3. Anybody else seen this?