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Configuring emacs gdb behavior

Emacs Asked by Onye on December 17, 2020

I’ve been using gdb in emacs for a bit now and I mostly love it, but there are some minor quirks about its behavior that I find bothersome and I wanted to know how to go about tweaking them. I also want to say I know almost nothing about modifying emacs in general.

I’ve been using gdb-many-windows when I debug. The thing I want to change is the behavior around breakpoints. After a breakpoint is hit, the source window moves to the line I placed the breakpoint on. This is good, I like that. But after that, if I move to a different part of the source file myself and then run any gdb command, the source window will automatically move back to the line containing the breakpoint. So if I want to, say, set a breakpoint at a different line of the source file, the moment I do so the source window snaps back to the first breakpoint. This has me constantly moving up and down the source file.

Is there any way I can change this? I’ve tried googling and I can’t seem to find anything about this.

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