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    emacs question

    I am using emacs. I am in the shell, using gdb, and when I do disas what ever, it does off the screen what to I do so I can view the whole thing?

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    Huh? If you are using gdb inside emacs (M-x gdb) then you should be able to scroll back up. If you are NOT using gdb from inside emacs, I don't understand why your subject is "emacs question", and you need to configure the history/scrollback settings for whatever terminal/command prompt you are using for the gdb command.

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    Quote Originally Posted by uscuba2 View Post
    I am using emacs. I am in the shell, using gdb, and when I do disas what ever, it does off the screen what to I do so I can view the whole thing?
    Don't run gdb from the shell. Emacs has a built-in gdb mode.

    M-x gdb
    Code:
    //try
    //{
    	if (a) do { f( b); } while(1);
    	else   do { f(!b); } while(1);
    //}

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