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I’m having trouble getting a custom type summary to work. I can get a
type summary add --python-script command to work, but not the
-P or -F options. -P segfaults, and -F just doesn’t seem to work.
the segfault with -P is fixed in ToT LLDB
as for -F, it works. The problem in your sample command
> (lldb) command script import ~/ruby.py
> (lldb) type summary add -F ruby_value VALUE
is that it is ignoring modules. When you load a file named ruby.py, Python loads its contents in a module named ‘ruby’.
Hence, your function is not really named ruby_value but ruby.ruby_value
If you really need it to be named ruby_value then you need to drop into the interactive interpreter, and from ruby import *
then names will go into the global namespace, and ruby_value will be a valid Python function name
If either one of these does not work, then please let us know since it may be a genuine issue
Here’s what I’m doing: https://gist.github.com/1871632
Any ideas? Is the llvm included with Xcode 4.3 already too old for this feature?
Also, I was held up temporarily by a few documentation errors:
In varformats.html, “or somehow loaded it from a file, using the
script import command” should read “or somehow loaded it from a
file, using the
command script import command”.
Not really a typo…They are two different commands.
script import foo
is the same as entering the interactive interpreter, typing import foo as a command and then quitting the interactive interpreter
command script import ~/foo.py
is an LLDB command that tries to import whatever script module might be stored in file foo.py in the user’s home folder
provided that ~ is in your Python path, the two should most probably be equivalent
In python-reference.html, there are several references to
__lldb_module_init that should be __lldb_init_module.
This is a true issue with the docs. Needs to fixed.
Thanks for your feedback
- Enrico Granata