Start GDB (with optional core dump). # gdb –args Start GDB and pass arguments. # gdb –pid. Start GDB and attach to process. GDB QUICK REFERENCE GDB Version 5. Essential Commands gdb program [ coredebug program (using coredump core] b [file:]function set breakpoint at. gdb program b egin debugging program gdb program core debug coredump core produced by program gdb. –help describ e command line options. Stopping.
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TeX is a typesetting program; it does not print files directly, but produces output files called DVI files. The release also includes the source for the reference card.
Sign up using Email and Password. If necessary, you retcard print out these files, or read them with any editor; but they are easier to read using the info subsystem in GNU Emacs or the standalone info program, available as part of the GNU Texinfo distribution.
Email Required, but never shown. And if so, how? Thanks, not a very useful work around though. The precise command to use depends on your system; lpr -d is common; another for PostScript devices is dvips. There was no reason to downvote the correct answer to the question. Kudos for finding the old post regarding the ‘commands’ command.
Is it possible to name a break point in GDB? This file tells TeX how to typeset a document written in Texinfo format.
Bare assertions are not helpful on SO. If your system has TeX installed, chances are it has such a program. If you had answered “yes it is possible” but not described how to do it or provided a reference, I would have downvoted that as well. You can use one of the Info formatting commands to create the on-line version of the documentation and TeX or texi2roff to typeset the printed version.
Can you provide a reference to support this, or provide some alternative solution that might help the OP out a bit?
Sign up using Facebook. I down voted it originally because it was a poor answer, not because I didn’t like the conclusion.
Updated with a link to support this. According to this old post, the answer is no, but at least there’s a workaround: Chris White 1 2 8. The GDB reference card is designed to print in landscape mode on US “letter” size paper; that is, on a sheet 11 inches wide by 8. The answer still doesn’t change that its not supported. To print a typeset document, you need a program to print DVI files. If you want to format these Info files yourself, you need one of the Info formatting programs, such as texinfo-format-buffer or makeinfo.
You can format it, using TeX, by typing:. On its own, TeX cannot either read or typeset a Texinfo file. Sorry, I know it was a short question, but a short absolute answer with no reference is not helpful.
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