|GDB’s Obsolete Annotations: Top|
This file documents GDB’s obsolete annotations.
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This document describes the obsolete level two annotation interface implemented in older GDB versions.
|• Annotations Overview:||What annotations are; the general syntax.|
|• Limitations:||Limitations of the annotation interface.|
|• Migrating to GDB/MI:||Migrating to GDB/MI|
|• Server Prefix:||Issuing a command without affecting user state.|
|• Value Annotations:||Values are marked as such.|
|• Frame Annotations:||Stack frames are annotated.|
|• Displays:||GDB can be told to display something periodically.|
|• Prompting:||Annotations marking GDB’s need for input.|
|• Errors:||Annotations for error messages.|
|• Breakpoint Info:||Information on breakpoints.|
|• Invalidation:||Some annotations describe things now invalid.|
|• Annotations for Running:||Whether the program is running, how it stopped, etc.|
|• Source Annotations:||Annotations describing source code.|
|• Multi-threaded Apps:||An annotation that reports multi-threadedness.|
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