Commit 44fa0ae8 authored by Richard M. Stallman's avatar Richard M. Stallman
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Clarify gud-jump description.

parent 37281adb
......@@ -486,15 +486,16 @@ GDB versions 4.13 and later.
Run the program until the selected stack frame returns (or until it
stops for some other reason).
@item C-c C-j
@kindex C-c C-j @r{(GUD)}
@itemx C-x C-a C-j
@item C-x C-a C-j
@kindex C-x C-a C-j @r{(GUD)}
@findex gud-jump
Only useful in a source buffer, (@code{gud-jump}) relocates the next
instruction to the current line at point in a source buffer. If the
new execution line is in a different function from the previously one,
you will be prompted for confirmation since the results may be
bizarre. See the GDB manual entry regarding @code{jump} for details.
Only useful in a source buffer, (@code{gud-jump}) transfers the
program's execution point to the current line. In other words, the
next line that the program executes will be the one where you gave the
command. If the new execution line is in a different function from
the previously one, GDB prompts for confirmation since the results may
be bizarre. See the GDB manual entry regarding @code{jump} for
details.
@end table
These commands interpret a numeric argument as a repeat count, when
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