"KP" == Kevin Puetz <email@example.com> writes:
Me> Hmm. I might do that, too. From what I can tell, though,
Me> the latest version of the Debian gdb package isn't
Me> available for PowerPC, patches or no patches -- I have a
Me> version with your patches installed, but when I try to get
Me> apt to reinstall it (with `apt-get install --reinstall
Me> gdb'), apt tells me ``Sorry, re-installation of gdb is not
Me> possible, it cannot be downloaded''.
KP> well, I sent in a patch that fixed it... I guess I never
KP> looked to see it it had been built and checked in.
>From looking at the change log, it seems like it should have been
done, but the binary package is not available from the archives --
the most recent deb is gdb_4.18-1.1.deb. The most recent source
appears to be gdb_4.18.200000308-1. I haven't tried that package
(but I will).
KP> the patch and a binary deb are on my homepage at
KP> http://Southpole.penguinpowere d.com/
Yes, that's the one I have. (I had originally downloaded the
binary package; then, after the gdb maintainer had problems with
your patch, I downloaded the patch, applied it, and built my own
deb from source.)
KP> that gdb is not yet threadsafe though.
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