Commit 0ace9c9e authored by Nick Roberts's avatar Nick Roberts
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(Commands of GUD): Move paragraph on setting

breakpoints with mouse to the GDB Graphical Interface node.
parent 9eea1317
...@@ -570,14 +570,6 @@ be bizarre. See the GDB manual entry regarding @code{jump} for ...@@ -570,14 +570,6 @@ be bizarre. See the GDB manual entry regarding @code{jump} for
details. details.
@end table @end table
With the GDB Graphical Interface, you can click @kbd{Mouse-1} on a
line of the source buffer, in the fringe or display margin, to set a
breakpoint there. If a breakpoint already exists on that line, this
action will remove it (@code{gdb-mouse-set-clear-breakpoint}). Where
Emacs uses the margin to display breakpoints, it is also possible to
enable or disable them when you click @kbd{Mouse-3} there
(@code{gdb-mouse-toggle--breakpoint}).
These commands interpret a numeric argument as a repeat count, when These commands interpret a numeric argument as a repeat count, when
that makes sense. that makes sense.
...@@ -658,7 +650,14 @@ ignores any numeric argument. ...@@ -658,7 +650,14 @@ ignores any numeric argument.
interface where you view and control the program's data using Emacs interface where you view and control the program's data using Emacs
windows. You can still interact with GDB through the GUD buffer, but windows. You can still interact with GDB through the GUD buffer, but
the point of this mode is that you can do it through menus and clicks, the point of this mode is that you can do it through menus and clicks,
without needing to know GDB commands. without needing to know GDB commands. For example, you can click
@kbd{Mouse-1} on a line of the source buffer, in the fringe or display
margin, to set a breakpoint there. If a breakpoint already exists on
that line, this action will remove it
(@code{gdb-mouse-set-clear-breakpoint}). Where Emacs uses the margin
to display breakpoints, it is also possible to enable or disable them
when you click @kbd{Mouse-3} there
(@code{gdb-mouse-toggle--breakpoint}).
@vindex gud-gdb-command-name @vindex gud-gdb-command-name
@findex gdba @findex gdba
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