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32.6.5.2 Breakpoints Buffer

The breakpoints buffer shows the existing breakpoints and watchpoints (see Breakpoints). It has three special commands:

<SPC>
Enable/disable the breakpoint at the current line (gdb-toggle-breakpoint). On a graphical display, this changes the color of a bullet in the margin of the source buffer at the relevant line. This is red when the breakpoint is enabled and grey when it is disabled. Text-only terminals correspondingly display a ‘B’ or ‘b’.
D
Delete the breakpoint at the current line (gdb-delete-breakpoint).
<RET>
Display the file in the source buffer at the breakpoint specified at the current line (gdb-goto-breakpoint). Alternatively, click Mouse-2 on the breakpoint that you wish to visit.

 
 
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