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build this program with debug info under linux

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Hi Experts,

I need to build sipp with debug info ( symbols).

Can you please take a look at the make file and let me know which options should I pass or modify in order to get symbols included with binary ?

Thanks
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See https://gcc.gnu.org/onlinedocs/gcc/Debugging-Options.html#Debugging%20Options ("3.9 Options for Debugging Your Program or GCC"). Since I assume from youzr makefile that you are on HP/UX, add the ones you need to

CFLAGS_hpux=-D__HPUX -DPROTOTYPES +W829

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i.e.

CFLAGS_hpux=-D__HPUX -DPROTOTYPES +W829 -ggdb3

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with '-ggdb3' creating all possible debug information. For more on that, see http://gcc.gnu.org/onlinedocs/libstdc++/manual/debug.html
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I m using ubuntu and the program is a know tool called sipp ( open source).
http://sipp.sourceforge.net/
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Ooops, sorry, had forgotten the question title ;o) - well, that does not make a big difference, in this case, change

CFLAGS_linux=-g -D__LINUX -pthread 

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CFLAGS_linux=-g -D__LINUX -pthread -ggdb3

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helpful.
I missed the -g in the CCFlag.  Now it is working.
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