[Mono-list] Source lines in backtraces ....
22 May 2002 13:14:00 +0200
"Lawrence Pit" <email@example.com> writes:
> This is only supposed to work on Linux though? As in cygwin I get the
> $ mcs -g T26.cs
> error CS-0018: Cannot generate debugging information on this platform
> Error: Compilation failed
You cannot use this with mscorlib:
a) due to lacking documentation, we do not know how microsofts symbol
b) we also do not know how to use a different symbol writer with mscorlib.
So to make this work on Windows, you must run mcs in mono, so that it's
using our corlib.
> $ mono --debugdwarf ./T26.exe
That should be --debug=dwarf, hmm.
> Recreating T26.il from ./T26.exe.
> Assembler messages:
> Error: can't open T26-debug.s for reading
> T26-debug.s: No such file or directory
You can ignore this message, it's trying to open the mcs-generated symbol file
which does not exist. I'll add a check for this.
> (process:1928): ** WARNING **: Can't open symbol file: T26-debug.o
Same here, it's trying to open the non-existant symbol file.
> RESULT: 0
> Message: debug-dwarf2.c:776:dwarf2_write_class(): System.Object - 0x1c -
> Message: debug-dwarf2.c:776:dwarf2_write_class(): System.IntPtr - 0x18 -
> ./T26.exe-dwarf.s: Assembler messages:
> ./T26.exe-dwarf.s:168: Error: unknown pseudo-op: `.previous'
> ./T26.exe-dwarf.s:174: Error: unknown pseudo-op: `.2byte'
> ./T26.exe-dwarf.s:209: Warning: rest of line ignored; first ignored
Ok, that's a bug. I'll fix it.