On 27 Nov 2003, at 11:08, Nick Zitzmann wrote:
> This may be a dumb question, but I can't find the answer in the GDB
> manual or in-program help...
> When I launch GDB from the command line, how do I get it to pause when
> it's running some code on command (e.g. not using breakpoints)? In
> Xcode's debugger I just press the "Pause" button, but how does Xcode
> tell the debugger to pause execution when the button is pressed, and
> can I duplicate that at the command line?
Press CTRL-C. GDB catches the SIGINT that it generates and stops the
program, just the same as if you press Pause in Xcode.
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