Commit a313dc7b authored by Eli Zaretskii's avatar Eli Zaretskii

Add reference to description of .gdbinit commands.

parent 98a9cad3
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** When you debug Emacs with GDB, you should start it in the directory
where the executable was made. That directory has a .gdbinit file
that defines various "user-defined" commands for debugging Emacs.
(These commands are described below under "Examining Lisp object
values" and "Debugging Emacs Redisplay problems".)
** When you are trying to analyze failed assertions, it will be
essential to compile Emacs either completely without optimizations or
......@@ -276,9 +278,9 @@ Debugging with GDB in Emacs offers some advantages over the command line (See
the GDB Graphical Interface node of the Emacs manual). There are also some
features available just for debugging Emacs:
1) The command gud-pp isavailable on the tool bar (the `pp' icon) and allows
the user to print the s-expression of the variable at point, in the GUD
buffer.
1) The command gud-pp is available on the tool bar (the `pp' icon) and
allows the user to print the s-expression of the variable at point,
in the GUD buffer.
2) Pressing `p' on a component of a watch expression that is a lisp object
in the speedbar prints its s-expression in the GUD buffer.
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