lldb cheat sheet. Execution Commands start lld (prefix with xcrun on os x). >lldb [ ]. >lldb — arg1 load program. >file LLDB Cheat Sheet. A complete gdb to lldb command map. Print out. Print object. (lldb) po responseObject (lldb) po [responseObject [email protected]”state”]. LLDB Debugger commands. GitHub Gist: instantly share code, notes, and snippets.
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The commands commandds all of the form: If you always want to run in the –no-stdin mode, you can set this as a generic process property using the lldb ” settings ” command, which is equivalent to gdb’s ” set ” command.
Fortunately, if you don’t like one of our aliases, you an easily lleb rid of it by running for example: So “thread continue” is just “c”, etc. The primitive commands for process control all exist under the “thread” command:. That is, lldb will always make a breakpoint from your specification, even if it couldn’t find any locations that match the specification.
Backtrace the first five frames of the current thread.
LLDB to GDB Command Map
Dump all symbols in a. Note that we use backticks to evaluate an expression and insert the scalar result in LLDB. As with gdb, you can start lldb and specify the file you wish to debug on the command line:. Dump all sections from the main executable and any shared libraries. This might be a little disconcerting to gdb users when always have an lldb prompt.
This command will run the thread in the current frame till it reaches line in xommands frame or stops if it leaves the current frame.
Goals and Status
List the main executable and all dependent shared libraries. Also the logical breakpoints remain live so that if another shared library were to be loaded that had another implementation of the ” alignLeftEdges: Controlling your Program After launching, we can continue until we hit our breakpoint.
Set a condition on a watchpoint. This is convenient for commands whose arguments might be some complex expression that would be painful to backslash protect. First we need to set the program to debug. Launch a process with arguments in new terminal window Mac OS X only. Download the starter package here. Turn this on by passing the -o flag to frame variable: Write a new commahds value ” to the current thread register ‘rax’.
Custom LLDB Commands in Practice |
The other program stepping commands are pretty much the same as in gdb. Set environment variables for process and launch process in one command.
You can also move up and down the stack by passing the ” –relative ” commxnds -r ” option.
One alias of note that we do include by popular demand is a weak emulator of gdb’s “break” command. Examining Thread State Once you’ve stopped, lldb will choose a current thread, usually the one that stopped “for a reason”, and a current frame in that thread on stop this is always the bottom-most frame.
The individual commands are pretty extensively documented. Find full source line information. Show all registers in all register sets for the current thread.
Custom LLDB Commands in Practice
The command line parsing is done before command execution, so it is uniform across all the commands. Set environment variables for process and launch process in one command. Setting watchpoints In addition to breakpoints, you can use llrb watchpoint to see all the commands for watchpoint manipulations. You can also specify this explicitly by passing the ” –command ” option.