I am wondering how to deal with binaries that are both executable and
dynamic objects, such as many executables under /usr/sbin.
When I try to attach to a process (e.g. apache2) using the method
lldb::SBTarget::AttachToProcessWithID() (C++ flavor of the LLDB
ScriptingBridge), the method ObjectFileELF::CalculateType() returns
eTypeSharedLibrary, which results in an error in my application.
The error object, which is given by
lldb::SBTarget::AttachToProcessWithID() has the Fail() flag set, but no
CString() with an actual cause. The lldb::SBProcess::IsValid() method
Right now I am short circuiting CalculateType() by returning
eTypeExecutable when LLDB detects a dynamically linked object, but there
must be a less intrusive solution. Is there a way to force LLDB to
recognize such executables as "real" executables, without tampering LLDB
Thanks in advance!