Hi @Watergard let me see if I can help
1) Yes. See https://www.gdbgui.com/guides/. You can either run gdbgui on the pi, or run gdbserver on the pi
2) You don't have to use the command line at the bottom to load a binary. If the binary exists on the machine the gdbgui server is running on, it should work. (The binary is the compiled output of the code, not the source file)
3) I am not sure what a label is, but if you are programming in C, you can do something like
&myVariable and it should give you the address.
Hi guys.. Trying gdbgui for the first.. Had a question about attaching to process... So, the way I used to do this before was:
Run my program: ~./myprogram
Attach to process: gdbtui -p <pid>
Set breakpoints "b <func>", followed by "c" to continue.
Then, I trigger something on my running program, which hits the breakpoint in gdbtui...
With gdbgui, I am not able to find "attach to process" option.
When I try running like this: gdbgui "~/.myprogram", I am unable to connect to my program to do any triggers. How do should I do this?
@Primalr3d it should be turned on by default as long as you have python support built into your gdb binary. To test this, run
Then in gdb, run
to see if Python support is on.
There is also a setting in the gdbgui settings menu to turn pretty printing on/off. Click the gear icon in to the top right.