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My workflow with GDB and git -- part 1

This post is actually a "reply" to Gary Benson's Working on gdb post.

I have been working with GDB for quite some time now, and even though the project officially uses CVS (yes, you read it correctly, it is CVS indeed!) as its version control system, fortunately we also have a git mirror. In the end, what happens is that almost every developer uses the git mirror and just goes to CVS to commit something. But this is another discussion. Aside of this git mirror, we also have the Archer repository (which uses git by default).

My plan here is to show you how I do my daily work with GDB. The workflow is pretty simple, but maybe you will see something here that might help you.

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