Continue debugging after SIGSEGV

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rjmyst3
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Continue debugging after SIGSEGV

Post by rjmyst3 » Thu Jul 17, 2008 5:55 pm

CodeLite is an excellent product, I really enjoy using it.

One small request:
When the program that I'm writing receives signal SIGSEGV while debugging, CodeLite pops up this message:
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CodeLite
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Program Received signal SIGSEGV
Stack trace can be viewed in the 'Stack' tab
Would you like to terminate the debugging session?
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Yes No Cancel
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Where "Yes" is the default choice.

Normally after getting a SIGSEGV I look at the Stack to see what caused it.
When "Yes" is the default choice in CodeLite's dialog, I often accidentally terminate the debugging session, and lose all information about what caused the SIGSEGV.
Would it be possible to make "No" the default choice, or to remember what I chose, and not ask again?

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Re: Continue debugging after SIGSEGV

Post by eranif » Thu Jul 17, 2008 7:00 pm

I will apply a patch for this later today

Stay tuned.

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Re: Continue debugging after SIGSEGV

Post by eranif » Thu Jul 17, 2008 10:04 pm

this is fixed in SVN.

CodeLite will now only pop a message box that indicates that SIGSEGV occured, with single OK button.
Once clicked, the 'Stack' tab will be selected as the active tab and the debugger will continue (the same behavior like the command line tool)
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Re: Continue debugging after SIGSEGV

Post by rjmyst3 » Fri Jul 18, 2008 3:45 am

Excellent!
Thanks very much!

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