|[cdt-dev] multiple editors are opened during instruction stepping|
I noticed that if I debug with GDB-DSF, every time I select a stack frame with no source file info a new pseudo editor opens with a title the start address of the stack frame.
I like the presence of the button “View Disassembly…” but I don’t understand why multiple editor has to be open with just this purpose?
Does it make sense to reuse the editor and just change the editor’s title and message to the new address (or function) if there is no source file information for the stack frame.
I don’t mind seeing the address of the last selected stack frame with no source info, I think we just have to reuse the pseudo editor (at least in the cases that there is no source info).
Is this the same issue Bug 322311 is trying to address?