llvm-db status

Hi,

I would like to ask what is the status concerning llvm-db. When I am
trying to use it I get the following error:
"Error: No supported binding to inferior processes (debugger not
implemented)."

Searching in the mailing list I found that you have discontinued
working on it.

I would like to ask if there are any plans to resume development and
if you are looking for any volunteers to resume this work.

As part of my research I am studying bi-directional debugging (reverse
execution similar to gdb's ). I was hopping I could leverage the
llvm's byte-code level information (data flow information) and
simplicity as part of my project.

Best Regards,
Ioannis Doudalis

New work on it is always welcome, but llvm-db is little more than a command line prompt that is similar to GDB's. It has no actually useful debugger logic.

-Chris

I found that llvm-db is the front end for lib/Debugger.

I would like to ask you if there is anyone who is actively working on
this problem,
and if you any specific directions/goals/wish list

~Ioannis

No one is working on it or even thinking about it. It is so far from being useful that it should probably just be removed.

-Chris

So there is no practical interest in llbm-db or /lib/Debugger .
I am asking because I would not like to spend time and effort on a part of the API that you are planning to remove.

~Ioannis