GDB Python Scripting

It’s been quite some time since I last wrote something.  I’ve been busy working on Project Archer and GDB – mainly on the GDB Python scripting support.  My big goal at the moment is to move all of of the existing Python scripting API from the Archer git repository to the FSF CVS repository.  This of course means public code reviews.  This is always sometimes a little nerve-racking – even after years of doing it. But … so far, so good!  GDB is very responsive to reviews, and to date everything has gone great.  Hopefully this means we’ll get done by 7.2.  But there is lots left to do, and bugs to fix (not even mentioning new features at some point).  Do you use the Python GDB support? Do you have pretty-printers written using the API? I’d like to know!

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  2. Dave Malcolm says:

    Do I use the python gdb support? That’s a big “YES”:
    https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Features/EasierPythonDebugging

    (and I’m hoping to build this out further for Fedora 14)

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