|Reported by:||Douglas R. Reno||Owned by:||Bruce Dubbs|
New minor version
This one seems to fix the Python-3.8 syntax warnings if I'm interpreting the mail right:
GDB 9.1 includes the following changes and enhancements: * Building GDB and GDBserver now requires GNU make >= 3.82. * If you choose to build GDB without using the GNU readline version bundled with the GDB sources, building GDB new requires GNU readline >= 7.0. * Removed targets and native configurations: - GDB no longer supports debugging the Cell Broadband Engine; - GDB no longer supports Solaris 10. * New TI PRU Simulator (pru-*-elf). * Python Enhancements: - GDB can now be compiled with Python 3 on Windows; - Various Python API enhancements; * Usability enhancements: - [experimental] Multithreaded symbol loading for higher performance (turned off by default, use 'maint set worker-threads unlimited' to turn this feature on); - Command names can now use the '.' character; - GDB can now place breakpoints on nested functions and subroutines in Fortran; - GDB now shows the Ada task names at more places, e.g. in task switching messages. - Styling enhancements to various commands to improve readability. - GDB now has a standard infrastructure to support dash-style command options ('-OPT'). One benefit is that commands that use it can easily support completion of command line arguments. Try "CMD -[TAB]" or "help CMD" to find options supported by a command. Over time, we intend to migrate most commands to this infrastructure. * Enhancements to existing commands: - "printf" and "eval" can now print C-style and Ada-style strings without calling functions in the program; - "info sources" has been enhance to allow only printing files whose name match a REGEXP; - New value "presence" for the "set print frame-arguments" setting, to only indicate the presence of arguments with '...' instead of printing the argument names and values; - The "focus", "winheight", "+", "-", ">", "<" TUI commands are now case sensitive; - New options support for the following commands that allow overriding a number of relevant global settings (as set by e.g. "set print [...]" commands): "print", "compile print", "backtrace", "frame apply", "tfaas", "faas"; - "info types" support for "-q" to disable printing of some header information; - In settings, "unlimited" can now be abbreviated with "u". * New commands: - "define-prefix" to define user-defined prefix commands; - "|" or "pipe" to execute a command and send its output to a shell command. - "with" to run a given command with a setting temporarily changed to a given value; - "set may-call-functions" to control whether subprogram can be called from GDB; - "set print finish [on|off]" to control whether the returned value should be printed when using the "finish" command; - "set print max-depth" to simplify the printing of deeply nested structures; - "set print raw-values [on|off]" to turn on and off pretty printers; - "set logging debugredirect [on|off]" to control whether to redirect debug output to the log file; - Various new "set style" commands; - "set print frame-info [...]" to control what information to print when printing a frame. - "set tui compact-source" to enable the "compact" mode for the TUI source window; - "info modules [...]" to query information about Fortran modules; - The "set/show print raw-frame-arguments" commands replace the "set/show print raw frame-arguments" (now with a dash instead of a space). The latter is now deprecated and may be removed in a future release. * New GDB/MI commands - "-complete" to list possible completions; - "-catch-throw", "-catch-rethrow", and "-catch-catch", the GDB/MI equivalent of the "catch throw", "catch rethrow", and "catch catch" commands (respectively); - "-symbol-info-functions", "-symbol-info-types", and "-symbol-info-variables", the GDB/MI equivalent of the "info functions", "info types", and "info variables" commands (respectively); - "-symbol-info-modules", "-symbol-info-module-functions", and "-symbol-info-module-variables", the GDB/MI equivalent of "info modules", "info module functions" and "info module variables". * Other MI changes - The default version of the MI interpreter is now 3 (-i=mi3); - The output of information about multi-location breakpoints (which is syntactically incorrect in MI 2) has changed in MI 3; - Backtraces and frames include a new optional field "addr_flags". * Several new builtin convenience variables - $_gdb_major and $_gdb_minor; - $_gdb_setting, $_gdb_setting_str, $_gdb_maint_setting and $_gdb_maint_setting_str - $_cimag and $_creal - $_shell_exitcode and $_shell_exitsignal * Miscellaneous enhancements: - Support for a new configure option "--with-system-gdbinit-dir", where system gdbinit files are to be loaded from at startup; - 'thread-exited' event is now available in the annotations interface; - The TUI SingleKey keymap is now named "SingleKey" (requires GNU readline >= 8.0). For a complete list and more details on each item, please see the gdb/NEWS file, available at: https://sourceware.org/git/gitweb.cgi?p=binutils-gdb.git;a=blob_plain;f=gdb/NEWS;hb=gdb-9.1-release
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