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Re: [RFC][patch 0/9] Python support in GDB

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> Cc: Eli Zaretskii <>,
> From: Tom Tromey <>
> Date: Tue, 29 Apr 2008 12:37:35 -0600
> >>>>> "Thiago" == Thiago Jung Bauermann <> writes:
> Thiago> You are right of course, I forgot to talk about this in the e-mail,
> Thiago> sorry. The reason there is no documentation right now is that we want to
> Thiago> do it after it is clear what will be the final form fo python support.
> Thiago> It could be what is in these patches, but it can change based on further
> Thiago> discussion.
> I completely agree with Thiago here.  Also, a similar consideration
> applies to the test suite.

I understand the urge to avoid unnecessary work.  That is why I said
_minimal_ documentation.  I find it hard to believe that nothing can
be said about this feature that will not change based on further
discussion.  Unless all that discussion happens before the patches are
committed to the GDB CVS, in which case I have no problems waiting
till then.  But whenever the patches are actually committed, I will
object to doing so without some minimal documentation that describes
its usage.

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