I was trying to investigate a coredump problem in evolution that occurs in the
nspr library, but ran into the following debuginfo issue :
#1 0x054b22a2 in PR_Lock (lock=0x0)
206 ../../../mozilla/nsprpub/pr/src/pthreads/ptsynch.c: No such file or
Is this a problem in the nspr-debuginfo package, or in the way nspr is built ?
# rpm -ql nspr-debuginfo |grep -i ptsynch.c
I don't know why gdb is unable to find the file. Maybe it does not know that it
needs to look into a directory named nspr-4.6.7? (Not likely,
evolution-debuginfo uses the same scheme for its files)
Right, I'm not sure what's going. I'll try and write a simple test case and
update this bug accordingly.
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