|Reported by:||Douglas R. Reno||Owned by:||Bruce Dubbs|
New minor version
GDB 8.3 includes the following changes and enhancements: * Support for new native configurations (also available as a target configuration): - RISC-V GNU/Linux (riscv*-*-linux*) - RISC-V FreeBSD (riscv*-*-freebsd*) * Support for new target configurations: - CSKY ELF (csky*-*-elf) - CSKY GNU/Linux (csky*-*-linux) - NXP S12Z ELF (s12z-*-elf) - OpenRISC GNU/Linux (or1k*-*-linux*) * Native Windows debugging is only supported on Windows XP or later. * The Python API in GDB now requires Python 2.6 or later. * GDB now supports terminal styling for the CLI and TUI. Source highlighting is also supported by building GDB with GNU Highlight. * Experimental support for compilation and injection of C++ source code into the inferior (requires GCC 7.1 or higher, built with libcp1.so). * GDB and GDBserver now support IPv6 connections. * Target description support on RISC-V targets. * Various enhancements to several commands: - "frame", "select-frame" and "info frame" commands - "info functions", "info types", "info variables" - "info thread" - "info proc" - System call alias catchpoint support on FreeBSD - "target remote" support for Unix Domain sockets. * Support for displaying all files opened by a process * DWARF index cache: GDB can now automatically save indices of DWARF symbols on disk to speed up further loading of the same binaries. * Various GDB/MI enhancements. * GDBserver on PowerPC GNU/Linux now supports access to the PPR, DSCR, TAR, EBB/PMU, and HTM registers. * Ada task switching support when debugging programs built with the Ravenscar profile added to aarch64-elf. * GDB in batch mode now exits with status 1 if the last executed command failed. * Support for building GDB with GCC's Undefined Behavior Sanitizer.
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