There's a bug in some versions of gcc/gdb that makes breakpoints in constructors not work correctly. There are actually multiple constructors generated by gcc, and gdb only puts the breakpoint in one of them. A suitable google search should access the pertinent information (which is how I found out about this). Rich
On 12/8/05, firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com wrote:
I am trying to debug my application using gdb. When I try to put a breakpoint in a constructor, it says no such function. When I apply breakpoint in the particular line number, the breakpoint gets set. When I run the application, it should stop in that breakpoint before any execution; but it does not do.
So my doubt is, does gdb display when breakpoints are put in the constructor? Please suggest me a way by which I would ensure that all the constructors (objects) are initialized before I run the application.
Thanks in advance.
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