188.8.131.52 Intercepting Signals (handle)
- handle signal keywords...
- Change the way the debugger handles signal signal. signal
can be the number of a signal or its name (with or without the
SIG at the beginning); The keywords say what change to
The keywords allowed by the
handle command can be abbreviated.
Their full names are:
- The debugger should stop your program when this signal happens. This implies
print keyword as well.
- The debugger should not stop your program when this signal happens. It may
still print a message telling you that the signal has come in.
- The debugger should print a message when this signal happens.
- The debugger should not mention the occurrence of the signal at all.
- The debugger should allow your program to see this signal; your program
can handle the signal, or else it may terminate if the signal is fatal
and not handled.
noignore are synonyms.
- The debugger should not allow your program to see this signal.
ignore are synonyms.
The debugger should print a stack trace when it receives the
signal. When used with ``nostop'', this can be useful if you've got a
program that seems ``hung'' and you want to find out where it is, but
continue after showing this information.
- The debugger should not print a stack trace when it receives the signal.
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