andrew.cagney at gmail.com
Tue Jan 6 07:13:43 PST 2009
>From the draft:
> In the case of the name of a function member or static data member of a C++ structure, class or union, the name presented in the .debug_pubnames section is not the simple name given by the DW_AT_name attribute of the referenced debugging entry, but rather the fully qualified name of the data or function member.
Just to check on a few things:
- for C++, the fully qualified name should include any name space prefix
Is there an example?
- what of enums and consts, I'm guessing, since there's no concrete
object these don't need to be represented
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