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24.3. TUI Single Key Mode

The TUI provides a SingleKey mode in which it installs a particular key binding in the readline keymaps to connect single keys to some gdb commands.

c

continue

d

down

f

finish

n

next

q

exit the SingleKey mode.

r

run

s

step

u

up

v

info locals

w

where

Other keys temporarily switch to the gdb command prompt. The key that was pressed is inserted in the editing buffer so that it is possible to type most gdb commands without interaction with the TUI SingleKey mode. Once the command is entered the TUI SingleKey mode is restored. The only way to permanently leave this mode is by hitting [q] or [C-x] [s].

 
 
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