From: Michael Richardson <mcr@sa...> - 2005-04-09 15:28:55
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I know that I can invoke skas kernels like any other process.
However, I find this a bit of a pain. I like to debug under Xemacs, and
I don't want the terminal directed to my emacs buffer, and the command
line arguments are kind of complex.
Is there a reason I can't just "attach" the process?
Could we make "debug" or "gdb" command line cause a pause() in the code,
I'll do that and submit a patch if there isn't something I'm missing.
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