On Wed, Jun 04, 2003 at 10:25:48AM -0400, Daniel Jacobowitz wrote:
> > In a more finegrained but also more complicated example, you probably
> > want to insert a breakpoint in the delay slot first and at the second step
> > evaluate the branch's condition and put a breakpoint at the next
> > instruction to be executed. I'm not sure if the current version of gdb
> > does the first step, but it inserts a single breakpoint in the second one
> > only. For branch likely instructions adjust the two steps as necessary.
> Does that actually work reliably across MIPS processors? I don't
> believe that it will. I suppose you could re-execute the branch to get
> the delay slot executed...