|Re: [cdt-dev] Unlink Disassembly View|
I haven’t had a chance to look at the disassembly editor and I am wondering how the editor handles some of these scenarios:
I see the values of having a disassembly editor that insert disassembly instructions under source lines, as well as having a disassembly view to be able to display instructions for the entire address ranges. These are two different use cases and it depends on the application the user is dealing with, I don’t have strong opinion whether an editor is better than a view or a view is better that an editor. But if the editor have all the features of the view, than I would use the editor, because editor provides better source and disassembly interleave.
Behalf Of Pawel Piech
IMO a better approach would be to present the
disassembly content in an editor. It's easier to manage multiple
instances of editors than views and it's a more natural place for disassembly
anyway. This is what
I would like to know whether it is possible to unlink the Disassembly view from the Debug view. AFAIK, the Disassembly view follows the selection of the Debug view. If unlink is current not supported, can this be added?
If unlink can be done or will be support in the future, can the Disassembly also have an option to re-evaluate the _expression_ when the target is suspended?
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