Subject: Re: bin/5533: gdb -w is broken.
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Chris G. Demetriou <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 06/03/1998 09:40:10
> This is a common enough problem for people who don't know that we
> might want to find a manual page to put it into...
As noted in my other mail, the problem simply isn't that bad.
"gdb --write /netbsd" does what you expect (at least on the i386).
No need for 'set write' or 'target exec' -- those can be specified in
the 'normal' way on the command line.
It probably makes sense to document in the manual page --write and -w
(and the change in meaning), but that's pretty straightforward (and
should be done already, though it isn't 8-).