I am inspecting the bash executable with lldb. If I run on my terminal:
It provides a new command prompt like so:
I’d like to set a breakpoint just at the line where the code outputs
bash-3.2$ to the terminal, and waits for the user to type some input.
How can I do this?
@lolgrep Can you please help with this when you get a chance? Thank you - much appreciated! :]
Hi @lolgrep, any advice on this?
Hi @lolgrep and @shogunkaramazov, is there an answer to this?
Check out the external functions bash is calling with a nm -u $(which bash)
Are there any functions you see that would stand out to try breakpoints on?
@junxiang99 Do you still have issues with this?