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Re: [RFA] Document fixed/floating variable objects and thread-id.

On Fri, Apr 04, 2008 at 01:20:00PM +0400, Vladimir Prus wrote:
> This patch adds some more docs about variable objects. Even
> though floating variable objects have know bugs, I think their
> intended behaviour is sufficiently clear right now to document.
> - Volodya
> 	* gdb/doc/gdb.texinfo (gdb/mi Variable object): Document
> 	fixed and floating variable objects, and clarify that
> 	a variable object can also be found to a thread.  Update
> 	-var-create example.

There's also this patch, if you want to grab any text from it:

I noticed that he used "@@", which is probably correct; you had
"@" and I think texinfo will take that as an operator.

> -unique provided that one does not specify @var{name} on that format.
> -The command fails if a duplicate name is found.
> +unique provided that one does not explicitly specifies @var{name} of
> +that format.  The command fails if a duplicate name is found.

"specify" from the original text was correct; "on" was not, nice catch.

>  The frame under which the expression should be evaluated can be
>  specified by @var{frame-addr}.  A @samp{*} indicates that the current
> -frame should be used.
> +frame should be used. A @samp{*} indicates that a floating variable
> +object must be created.

Two spaces.

Daniel Jacobowitz

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