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-# -file-exec-and-symbols now takes two new (optional) options:
-
-Synopsis
-
- -file-exec-and-symbols <file> [-p <platform>] [-r <remote-file>]
-
-Specify the executable file to be debugged. This file is the one from which the symbol table is also read.
-When debugging remote targets specify a remote-file for execution and a file from which symbols are read.
-The optional platform is the name of the platform, e.g., "remote-ios" or "ios-simulator". The remote-file
-is the on-device path to the exe.
-
-# -data-info-line
-
-Synopsis
-
- -data-info-line *<address>
- -data-info-line <file>:<line>
-
-Provides information about a source line. The input can be <address> like 0x12345678 or <file>:<line>
-where file is a name of source file and line is the line number. As a result the command returns the following
-fields:
- start - address of the first instruction which refers to that source line
- end - address of the last instruction which refers to that source line
- file - the file name
- line - the line number
-The last two fields are useful in case you have specified a source line using its address.
-
-Example:
- -data-info-line *0x100000f80
- ^done,start="0x0000000100000f80",end="0x0000000100000f94",file="/Users/IliaK/p/hello.cpp",line="15"
-
- -data-info-line hello.cpp:15
- ^done,start="0x0000000100000f80",end="0x0000000100000f94",file="/Users/IliaK/p/hello.cpp",line="15"
-
-# -data-read-memory-bytes
-
-Synopsis
-
- -data-read-memory-bytes [--thread <thread-id>] [--frame <frame-index>] [-o <byte-offset>] <address> <count>
-
-Where:
-
- `address`
- An expression specifying the start of the memory range to read.
- `count`
- Number of bytes to read.
- `byte-offset`
- Relative offset in bytes from `address` where reading should start.
- `thread-id`
- Integer identifier of the thread within which the expression should be evaluated,
- if this option is omitted the currently selected thread will be used.
- This option is not in the MI specification but is implemented by GDB.
- `frame-index`
- Index of the frame within which the expression should be evaluated,
- if this option is omitted the currently selected frame will be used.
- This option is not in the MI specification but is implemented by GDB.
-
-Reads a block of memory from the specified range.
-
-Note that currently this command works in an all-or-nothing fashion where it either reads the entire
-block of memory successfully and returns it as a single block, or it returns an error. This doesn't
-quite match up with the MI specification that says that subsets of the specified range may be
-returned as individual blocks if only some of the memory within the specified range is accessible.
-
-The result record for this command may contain one or more tuples representing the blocks of memory
-that were read, where each tuple has the following fields:
-
- `begin`
- The start of the address range for this block (in hex notation).
- `end`
- The end of the address range for this block (in hex notation).
- `offset`
- Offset of this block from `address` (that was passed in as an argument).
- `contents`
- The actual data in this block (in hex notation).
-
-Example:
-
- (gdb)
- -data-read-memory-bytes &array 4
- ^done,memory=[{begin="0x00007fffffffeccc",offset="0x0000000000000000",end="0x00007fffffffecd0",contents="01020304"}]
- (gdb)
-
-# =library-loaded notification
-
-The =library-loaded notification has 4 extra fields:
- symbols-loaded - indicates that there are symbols for the loaded library
- symbols-path - if symbols are exist then it contains a path for symbols of the loaded library
- loaded_addr - contains an address of the loaded library or "-" if address isn't resolved yet
- size - contains the size in bytes of the section loaded at 'loaded_addr'
-
-For example:
- =library-loaded,id="/Users/IliaK/p/hello",target-name="/Users/IliaK/p/hello",host-name="/Users/IliaK/p/hello",symbols-loaded="1",symbols-path="/Users/IliaK/p/hello.dSYM/Contents/Resources/DWARF/hello",loaded_addr="-",size="4096"
- =library-loaded,id="/usr/lib/dyld",target-name="/usr/lib/dyld",host-name="/usr/lib/dyld",symbols-loaded="0",loaded_addr="0x00007fff5fc00000",size="4096"
-
-# -target-attach
-
-Synopsis
-
-Additional syntax provided by lldb-mi:
- -target-attach -n <executable-name> [--waitfor]
-
-Attach to an executable. Using -n allows specifying an executable name to attach to.
-Using this with --watifor can do a deffered attach. The flags -n and --waitfor match the syntax of lldb proper's 'process attach' command.