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File not found when trying to open `date` instead of real source file


From: Juan Bellon
Subject: File not found when trying to open `date` instead of real source file
Date: Thu, 22 Nov 2007 12:08:32 +0100
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Hello,

I found the following strange behavior with DDD / GDB, which doesn't appear 
when using gdb either standalone or under Emacs.

When DDD hits the breakpoint I had set, it stops correctly but, additionally, 
it shows an error message telling the following:
--------------------------------------------------------
DDD: No Source
/<path to sources>/Thu Nov 22 11: No such file or directory
--------------------------------------------------------
Then, I can continue debugging normally.

If I set the breakpoint "manually" (with "break" command in GDB interaction 
pane), the source file is not opened and shown unless I keep going 
(with 'step' or 'next').

When the breakpoint is hit, the text I find in the GDB interaction pane is 
this:
...
[Switching to Thread -1225595216 (LWP 13932)]

Breakpoint 1, BrowserWindow::handleStartDownload (this=0x85060b0, 
address@hidden, address@hidden, address@hidden, 
contentSize=7970268, save_without_prompt=false) at /home/juanma/<path to 
sources>/browserwindow.cpp:847
/home/juanma/<path to sources>/browserwindow.cpp:847:20780:beg:0x82a5ea8
(gdb) Function "Thu" not defined.


Configuration
--------------------------------------------------------
$ ddd --check-configuration
ddd: Symbol `_XmStrings' has different size in shared object, consider 
re-linking
Checking for X11 library directory... /usr/lib/X11
Checking for XKeysymDB... (none)
Warning: The `XKeysymDB' file is not in the default X file search path.
    If ddd was not compiled on this machine, ddd
    may not run properly (lots of warnings for unknown keysym names).
    and install it into `/usr/lib/X11'
    or have the XKEYSYMDB environment variable point at it.


I attach the log file generated by DDD during this session.
-- 
Best regards,
Juan

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