It is a pitty Mac changes dev tools all the time
Any news on recommended solution for this? I am still using Lazarus 1.4.4 / homebrew (but can upgrade/change both if necessary)
Is there any plan to implement lldb for Lazarus.
Quote from: MISV on January 27, 2017, 12:14:35 amAny news on recommended solution for this? I am still using Lazarus 1.4.4 / homebrew (but can upgrade/change both if necessary) gdb 7.12.1 was just released, and it contains the necessary patches to support debugging on macOS 10.12/Sierra. If you can get fink and/or MacPorts to upgrade to that version, it should work. You do currently have give the gdb command "set startup-with-shell off" before you can launch programs and debug them on macOS 10.12/Sierra.
Initialization output: =cmd-param-changed,param="startup-with-shell",value="off"
But in the end I get the same debugger error on startup: The GDB command:"-exec-run"returned the error:",msg="During statup program terminated with signal SIG113, Real-time event 113""
Thanks! maybe I misunderstood other posts here.Is there any automated system on Mac (i.e. like MacPorts, HomeBrew etc.) that can handle installing GDB and which has 7.12.1 or newer? Otherwise I guess I will try a more manual approach--update--fink should have it: http://pdb.finkproject.org/pdb/browse.php?summary=gdbbrew should http://braumeister.org/formula/gdb --brew help--When I tred write "brew install gdb" it claimed I already got newest version 7.8.1 of gdb (this was after running "brew update" )Solution: Unlink old version firstI have now also signed using:Code: Pascal [Select]codesign -s gdb-cert /usr/local/Cellar/gdb/7.12.1/bin/gdb--This combination seems to work for me--