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Dec 12 2019
Oct 25 2019
I wonder if it is time to take the gdb commands out and just make this a task -> lldb commands table?
fwiw I have a python command called abbrev that takes a command and shows you the alias you can use instead.
Thanks. I thought this was reasonable since the documentation shows many uses of lldb aliases already.
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Apr 4 2019
Sounds good @aprantl
Apr 3 2019
Remove unintended changes.
Mar 10 2019
Thanks for reviewing @clayborg.
I'm getting build failures that appear to be caused by this patch. I'm compiling on macOS with Xcode 10.1. The failures are uses of LLDB_RECORD_DUMMY(), passing a callback function pointer as one of the args. This results in errors like:
Feb 27 2019
@clayborg this has been updated the approach you suggested, adding an interactive parameter.
Feb 16 2019
Add interactive parameter
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Nov 27 2018
@compnerd would you be willing to accept?
@jingham If you're still willing to review this change to command regex, it is updated per our previous discussion, thanks.
Nov 4 2018
@keith I screwed up and committed without amending the commit message to attribute you as the author :(
Nov 3 2018
There are other commands that print instructions in the same way that command regex does, should they be updated in this change too?
Aug 2 2018
Fix accidentally changed llvm-nm test invocation
Update lit setup
Jul 26 2018
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Jul 5 2018
Oops, fix last diff update
Make if/else bracing consistent
reverting, test is failing on some buildbots
Jul 4 2018
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Jul 1 2018
Add tests and make command_name optional
Jun 30 2018
Can you also document -no-weak in docs/CommandGuide/llvm-nm.rst?
Use %t instead of %T
Remove hardcoded bitcode from test
Jun 29 2018
test without binaries
Accepting with the following reasoning: This is consistent with the existing filtering by other symbol kinds, and is opt-in/non-breaking.
if the IOHandlerDelegate could say whether it wants to be notified for IOHandlerActivated when non-interactive (like have a "ShouldNotifyWhenNonInteractive" method), and then the IOHandler could dispatch it or not based on the response to that method
For tests, instead of yaml2obj, I'll generate object files via llvm-mc.
Jun 28 2018
Jun 27 2018
@clayborg I'll dig into how python-extensions.swig gets tested, and add something accordingly.
Thanks @granata.enrico, sorry for the disruption, I noticed previous comments after I had submitted this.
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Jun 26 2018
@compnerd The mach-o flavor of yaml2obj doesn't support section contents. In light of that, what do you think?
Jun 25 2018
Yep for sure. I will update the tests.
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inline if condition