On 30.06.2019 19:19, Jason Thorpe wrote: > > >> On Jun 30, 2019, at 10:15 AM, Christos Zoulas <christos%zoulas.com@localhost> wrote: >> >> I think that our goal is be able to branch 9 with a gdb that works as well as 7 (since it is more broken in 8 because of the 64->32 breakage). > > Yah, that's fair... I just think we need to not lose sight of the bigger picture so that we don't paint ourselves into a corner. > >> >> christos > > -- thorpej > Please just fix gdb 64bit for 32bit tracee support (actually on the kernel level) and leave the rest to pulling new gdb/lldb from upstream. Adding any ad-hoc core structs is imho premature as there are 10 more important things to fix/support (not listing there to not generate offtopic). We are aware about remote debugging and core debugging support and their needs, we are the only BSD out there with LLDB Remote Process Plugin and probably the first BSD in GDB soon. I already got gdbserver to build and run for NetBSD locally, but with stub support that still crashes early.
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