Commit d0d5df6f authored by Andrew Cagney's avatar Andrew Cagney
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2004-03-26 Andrew Cagney <cagney@redhat.com>

	* gdb.texinfo (TUI): Delete reference to --enable-tui.  Mention
	"gdbtui".
	(Mode Options): Mention "gdbtui".  Use "Text" not "Terminal".
	(Contributors): Mention both Text and Terminal User Interface.
parent d04a7507
2004-03-26 Andrew Cagney <cagney@redhat.com>
* gdb.texinfo (TUI): Delete reference to --enable-tui. Mention
"gdbtui".
(Mode Options): Mention "gdbtui". Use "Text" not "Terminal".
(Contributors): Mention both Text and Terminal User Interface.
2004-03-23 Andrew Cagney <cagney@redhat.com>
* gdbint.texinfo (Target Architecture Definition): Deprecate
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......@@ -445,10 +445,10 @@ nearly innumerable bug fixes and cleanups throughout @value{GDBN}.
The following people at the Hewlett-Packard Company contributed
support for the PA-RISC 2.0 architecture, HP-UX 10.20, 10.30, and 11.0
(narrow mode), HP's implementation of kernel threads, HP's aC@t{++}
compiler, and the terminal user interface: Ben Krepp, Richard Title,
John Bishop, Susan Macchia, Kathy Mann, Satish Pai, India Paul, Steve
Rehrauer, and Elena Zannoni. Kim Haase provided HP-specific
information in this manual.
compiler, and the Text User Interface (nee Terminal User Interface):
Ben Krepp, Richard Title, John Bishop, Susan Macchia, Kathy Mann,
Satish Pai, India Paul, Steve Rehrauer, and Elena Zannoni. Kim Haase
provided HP-specific information in this manual.
 
DJ Delorie ported @value{GDBN} to MS-DOS, for the DJGPP project.
Robert Hoehne made significant contributions to the DJGPP port.
......@@ -1112,12 +1112,13 @@ Run using @var{device} for your program's standard input and output.
@c resolve the situation of these eventually
@item -tui
@cindex @code{--tui}
Activate the Terminal User Interface when starting.
The Terminal User Interface manages several text windows on the terminal,
showing source, assembly, registers and @value{GDBN} command outputs
(@pxref{TUI, ,@value{GDBN} Text User Interface}).
Do not use this option if you run @value{GDBN} from Emacs
(@pxref{Emacs, ,Using @value{GDBN} under @sc{gnu} Emacs}).
Activate the @dfn{Text User Interface} when starting. The Text User
Interface manages several text windows on the terminal, showing
source, assembly, registers and @value{GDBN} command outputs
(@pxref{TUI, ,@value{GDBN} Text User Interface}). Alternatively, the
Text User Interface can be enabled by invoking the program
@samp{gdbtui}. Do not use this option if you run @value{GDBN} from
Emacs (@pxref{Emacs, ,Using @value{GDBN} under @sc{gnu} Emacs}).
 
@c @item -xdb
@c @cindex @code{--xdb}
......@@ -13888,6 +13889,7 @@ interpreter-exec mi "-data-list-register-names"
@node TUI
@chapter @value{GDBN} Text User Interface
@cindex TUI
@cindex Text User Interface
 
@menu
* TUI Overview:: TUI overview
......@@ -13897,12 +13899,14 @@ interpreter-exec mi "-data-list-register-names"
* TUI Configuration:: TUI configuration variables
@end menu
 
The @value{GDBN} Text User Interface, TUI in short,
is a terminal interface which uses the @code{curses} library
to show the source file, the assembly output, the program registers
and @value{GDBN} commands in separate text windows.
The TUI is available only when @value{GDBN} is configured
with the @code{--enable-tui} configure option (@pxref{Configure Options}).
The @value{GDBN} Text User Interface, TUI in short, is a terminal
interface which uses the @code{curses} library to show the source
file, the assembly output, the program registers and @value{GDBN}
commands in separate text windows.
The TUI is enabled by invoking @value{GDBN} using either
@pindex gdbtui
@samp{gdbtui} or @samp{gdb -tui}.
 
@node TUI Overview
@section TUI overview
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