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Re: [PATCH] Re: scheduling vs lexical scopes

> On Sun, Dec 30, 2001 at 12:51:54PM +0100, Jan Hubicka wrote:
> > > > (but it will cause many fragments to be created)
> > > 
> > > I do worry about this, particularly for non-dwarf3 debug targets.
> > > Not sure what to do about it though.
> > I was thinking about prunning the regions a bit - recognizing instrucitons
> > not interesting for symbolic level debugger (those that do not trap nor
> > access memory nor are just after line number note) and do not create
> > fragments for these. I guess on riscy machines this should help a bit
> > as typical reg-reg operation fits this category.
> Is reading memory interesting to symbolic level debugger?

I guess it can have watchpoint on it assuming that the memory is something
accessible from symbolic level (de-facto all memory?)

> On the other side, changing a /v pseudo definitely is interesting.

Can symbolic debugger stop somehow on such instruction? Can I have
watchpoint on register?

> 	Jakub

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