Re: GDB interoperation
- I was playing some time ago with this stuff. Pipe isn't best
solution. I did something like:
cp /dev/null myInputFile
tail -f myInputFile | %YourProgram% > myOutputFile 2>&1
and then from vim:
echo "doCommand" >> myInputFile
It works good for commands like 'orasql' or 'bc'. I don't know
for other commands. I hope this can help you.
Or am I totaly out ???
Benoit Cerrina wrote:
>Is there a way to make a vim client send command to a server without exiting
>each command, having to launch a new vim process for each command sounds
>like a waist? I think we need a command line client.
>----- Original Message -----
>From: "Tomas Zellerin" <zellerin@...>
>Sent: Tuesday, September 04, 2001 8:22 AM
>Subject: Re: GDB interoperation
>>On Mon, Sep 03, 2001 at 09:04:42PM -0700, Thomas S. Urban wrote:
>>>I had trouble when jumping to files in other directories. By calling
>>>gdb with the -f option (emacs - yuck) - you get the full path name and
>>>somewhat simplified parsing in the perl script - only two functions are
>>>needed rather than three. The terminal controlling gdb no longer gets a
>>>print of the line you are on, but that is what vim is for.
>>>My changes are attached.
>>in fact, I already noticed and implemented this recently too. There was
>>also few other corrections of my mistakes posted to me privately, and I
>>am promised to obtain a major improvement soon; after that, Ill consider
>>putting it to vim.sf.net scripts, but until then I was not going to
>>waste space nor there nor in this list (maybe I should have to prevent
>>duplicated effort ;)
>>For now, you can fetch (slightly) corrected version at