GDB on SCO Unix SysV v3.2 ?

John R. Levine johnl at
Thu Mar 22 06:53:56 AEST 1990

In article <8532 at> libove at (Jay Libove) writes:
>at load time for 'gdb',{the function "asm" is undefined.

asm() isn't a function, it's a compiler directive to stick in some in-line
assembler.  The standard AT&T PCC compiler and GCC understand it perfectly
well, but the MS compiler that SCO gives out doesn't.  You lose.

You can probably build gcc and build gdb with that.  I know someone who did
roughly that, though the gcc build happened on 386/ix.
John R. Levine, Segue Software, POB 349, Cambridge MA 02238, +1 617 864 9650
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