[Mono-dev] --nodebug

Zoltan Varga vargaz at gmail.com
Thu Sep 4 19:50:57 UTC 2014


 nodebug means the aot compiler doesn't emit dwarf debug information, it
shouldn't cause problems for the mono debugger.


On Thu, Sep 4, 2014 at 3:00 PM, SilentBob <cinnamondonkey at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi,
> Could someone please provide an explanation of the effects of using
> --nodebug as an option to the cross-compiler. I can probably guess at what
> is going to happen but it is more useful to have an explanation from
> someone
> better positioned and more failure with the code ;-).
> I'm particularly interested in how it would affect connecting MonoDevelop
> to
> the debug-agent. How would it, if at all, impact debug functionality
> (pause,
> run, step-into, etc).
> For some background. The reason I ask is that calling the cross compiler
> with without --nodebug seems to cause a call to: mono_dwarf_writer_create()
> on our target platform which causes strange problems further down the line.
> Cheers in advance!
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