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Is there a reason that an ancient version of GDB is in use for ltib ?

Question asked by Matt Compton on Apr 7, 2014
Latest reply on Oct 14, 2014 by Rita Wang

Currently we are having some issues with GDB while trying to debug some C++ code. We have tracked this to a bug in GDB 6. GDB 6.6 is an ancient version. Are there known problematic issues with a more modern (say within the last 5 years) version of GDB that prevents it from being used ? If someone has used a more modern GDB version, should it be possible to simply port and add it as an ltib package ?