You can try this patch for gud.el. It will convert a path like //c/ to c:/.
----- Original Message -----
From: "ABAK Systemes" <info@...>
Sent: Montag, 15. Januar 2001 19:07
Subject: [Mingw-users] problem with gdb and emacs
> I am trying to debug an application compiled with mingwin gcc 2.95.2 on
> NT 4 SP4, and I have not found a configuration that worked fine with NT
> emacs (version 20.5.1).
> Version 4.18 packaged with the mingw gcc executable works when I test it
> on a small program. But it crashes when I try to debug my app. The crash
> occurs when I go to next instruction after a breakpoint. I am using the
> msvcrt version of gcc, but I have seen that gdb is linked with the
> cvrt.dll. Is there a msvcrt version that works better?
> Version 5.0 packaged with the cygwin 1.1.7 works fine in bash, but not
> in an emacs session. I can drive gdb from the gud window, but emacs is
> unable to view the source. I think that it has something to do with the
> path but I have not found anything about that in the cygwin faq.
> ABAK Systèmes, ZI Le Rachat - BP 5 - 35890 LAILLE
> Tel: +33(0) 2188.8.131.52, Fax: +33(0) 2184.108.40.206
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