Commit 42a3c627 authored by Richard M. Stallman's avatar Richard M. Stallman

*** empty log message ***

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should read the Windows-specific section near the end of this
document.]
It is a good idea to run Emacs under GDB (or some other suitable
** When you debug Emacs with GDB, you should start it in the directory
where you built Emacs. That directory has a .gdbinit file that defines
various "user-defined" commands for debugging Emacs.
** It is a good idea to run Emacs under GDB (or some other suitable
debugger) *all the time*. Then, when Emacs crashes, you will be able
to debug the live process, not just a core dump. (This is especially
important on systems which don't support core files, and instead print
just the registers and some stack addresses.)
If Emacs hangs, or seems to be stuck in some infinite loop, typing
** If Emacs hangs, or seems to be stuck in some infinite loop, typing
"kill -TSTP PID", where PID is the Emacs process ID, will cause GDB to
kick in, provided that you run under GDB.
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