How do I use command file is lldb
I tried :
$ lldb -s cmdfile output
The content of the cmd file is :
I get the following error on running the above command
error: Aborting reading of commands after command #0: 'r ’ failed with error: invalid target, create a target using the ‘target create’ command
Current executable set to ‘output’ (x86_64).
Can you kindly tell me what is the right way to do this ?
target create "file"
to the start of your cmdfile.
That said, I tried this myself on OSX and it looks like there are timing
issues (I'm speculating here). For me, it never got past the "r" and had
to cntl-C twice to get out. I tested on an OSX C++ "hello world" console
app with the command file:
target create "/tmp/x"
What lldb are you using? Greg and I just fixed some issues with getting the code from -s and -o options to work correctly. Current TOT lldb handles this case correctly.
It works with your fixes. Thanks guys!