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Windows Server 2019 Build 17677 Released !!EXCLUSIVE!!

Windows Server 2019 è un sistema operativo per server pubblicato da Microsoft il 2 ottobre 2018 ed è stato pubblicato per la disponibilità generale lo stesso giorno.[2][3] Fa parte della famiglia Windows NT ed è successore di Windows Server 2016.

Windows Server 2019 Build 17677 Released

Il 6 ottobre 2018, la distribuzione di Windows versione 1809 (build 17763[6]) venne messa in pausa perché Microsoft riscontrò un problema relativo all'eliminazione dei dati utente durante un aggiornamento sul posto.[7] Interessava i sistemi in cui una cartella del profilo utente (ad esempio Documenti, Musica o Immagini) era stata spostata in un'altra posizione, ma i dati erano stati lasciati nella posizione originale.[8] Poiché Windows Server 2019 è basato sulla base di codice versione 1809 di Windows, anche questo è stato rimosso dalla distribuzione al momento,[9] ma è stato ripubblicato il 13 novembre 2018.[10] Il ciclo di vita del software per Server 2019 è stato reimpostato in conformità con la nuova data di uscita.[9]

The GDB 13 branch (gdb-13-branch) has been created.To check out a copy of the branch use:git clone --branch gdb-13-branch -gdb.gitMay 1st, 2022: GDB 12.1 Released! The latest version of GDB, version 12.1, is available for download.This version of GDB includes the following changes and enhancements: New support for the following native configuration: GNU/Linux/OpenRISC or1k*-*-linux* New support for the following targets: GNU/Linux/LoongArch loongarch*-*-linux* New GDBserver support on the following configuration: GNU/Linux/OpenRISC or1k*-*-linux* Support for the following target has been removed: S+core score-*-* Multithreaded symbol loading is now enabled by default Deprecation Notices: GDB 12 is the last release of GDB that will support building against Python 2 DBX mode is deprecated, and will be removed in GDB 13 GDB/MI changes: The '-add-inferior' with no option flags now inherits the connection of the current inferior, this restores the behaviour of GDB as it was prior to GDB 10. The '-add-inferior' command now accepts a '--no-connection' option, which causes the new inferior to start without a connection. Python API enhancements: It is now possible to add GDB/MI commands implemented in Python New function gdb.Architecture.integer_type() New event New '' event registry New gdb.TargetConnection object New gdb.Inferior.connection property New read-only attribute gdb.InferiorThread.details New gdb.RemoteTargetConnection.send_packet method New read-only attributes gdb.Type.is_scalar and gdb.Type.is_signed The gdb.Value.format_string method now takes a 'styling' argument Various new function in the "gdb" module Miscellaneous: The FreeBSD native target now supports async mode Improved C++ template support Support for disabling source highlighting through GNU of the Pygments library instead. The "print" command has been changed so as to print floating-point values with a base-modifying formats such as "/x" to display the underlying bytes of the value in the desired base. The "clone-inferior" command now ensures that the TTY, CMD and ARGS settings are copied from the original inferior to the new one. All modifications to the environment variables done using the 'set environment' or 'unset environment' commands are also copied to the new inferior. Various new commands have been introduced See the NEWS file for a more complete and detailed list of what this release includes.Mar 20th, 2022: GDB 12 branch created The GDB 12 branch (gdb-12-branch) has been created.To check out a copy of the branch use:git clone --branch gdb-12-branch -gdb.gitJanuary 16th, 2022: GDB 11.2 Released! The latest version of GDB, version 11.2, is available for download.This is a minor corrective release over GDB 11.1, fixing the followingissues: PR sim/28302 (gdb fails to build with glibc 2.34) PR build/28318 (std::thread support configure check does not use CXX_DIALECT) PR gdb/28405 (arm-none-eabi: internal-error: ptid_t remote_target::select_thread_for_ambiguous_stop_reply(const target_waitstatus*): Assertion `first_resumed_thread != nullptr' failed) PR tui/28483 ([gdb/tui] breakpoint creation not displayed) PR build/28555 (uclibc compile failure since commit 4655f8509fd44e6efabefa373650d9982ff37fd6) PR rust/28637 (Rust characters will be encoded using DW_ATE_UTF) PR gdb/28758 (GDB 11 doesn't work correctly on binaries with a SHT_RELR (.relr.dyn) section) PR gdb/28785 (Support SHT_RELR (.relr.dyn) section)See the NEWS file for a more complete and detailed list of what this release includes.September 13th, 2021: GDB 11.1 Released! The latest version of GDB, version 11.1, is available for download.This version of GDB includes the following changes and enhancements: Support for ARM Symbian (arm*-*-symbianelf*) has been removed. Building GDB now requires GMP (The GNU Multiple Precision Arithmetic Library). New command-line options "--early-init-command" (or "-eix") and "--early-init-eval-command" (or "-eiex") GDB/MI Changes: New --qualified option for the '-break-insert' and '-dprintf-insert' commands. New --force-condition option for the '-break-insert' and '-dprintf-insert' commands. New --force option for the '-break-condition' command. The '-file-list-exec-source-files' now accepts an optional regular expression to filter the source files included in the result. The results from '-file-list-exec-source-files' now include a 'debug-fully-read' field to indicate if the corresponding source's debugging information has been partially read (false) or has been fully read (true). TUI Improvements: Mouse actions are now supported. The mouse wheel scrolls the appropriate window. Key combinations that do not have a specific action on the focused window are now passed to GDB. Python enhancements: Inferior objects now contain a read-only 'connection_num' attribute that gives the connection number as seen in 'info connections' and 'info inferiors'. New method gdb.Frame.level() which returns the stack level of the frame object. New method gdb.PendingFrame.level() which returns the stack level of the frame object. When hitting a catchpoint, the Python API will now emit a gdb.BreakpointEvent rather than a gdb.StopEvent. The gdb.Breakpoint attached to the event will have type BP_CATCHPOINT. Python TUI windows can now receive mouse click events. If the Window object implements the click method, it is called for each mouse click event in this window. New setting "python ignore-environment onoff"; if "on", causes GDB's builtin Python to ignore any environment variable that would otherwise affect how Python behaves (needs to be set during "early initialization" (see above). New setting "python dont-write-bytecode autoonoff". Guile API enhancements: Improved support for rvalue reference values. New procedures for obtaining value variants: value-reference-value, value-rvalue-reference-value and value-const-value. New "qMemTags" and "QMemTags" remote protocol packets (associated with Memory Tagging). GDB will now look for the .gdbinit file in a config directory before looking for /.gdbinit. The file is searched for in the following locations: $XDG_CONFIG_HOME/gdb/gdbinit, $HOME/.config/gdb/gdbinit, $HOME/.gdbinit. On Apple hosts the search order is instead: $HOME/Library/Preferences/gdb/gdbinit, $HOME/.gdbinit. The "break [...] if CONDITION" command no longer returns an error when the condition is invalid at one or more locations. Instead, if the condition is valid at one or more locations, the locations where the condition is not valid are disabled. The behavior of the "condition" command is changed to match the new behavior of the "break" command. Support for general memory tagging functionality (currently limited to AArch64 MTE) Core file debugging now supported for x86_64 Cygwin programs. New "org.gnu.gdb.riscv.vector" feature for RISC-V targets. GDB now supports fixed point types which are described in DWARF as base types with a fixed-point encoding. Additionally, support for the DW_AT_GNU_numerator and DW_AT_GNU_denominator has also been added. Miscellaneous: New "startup-quietly onoff" setting; when "on", behaves the same as passing the "-silent" option on the command line. New "print type hex onoff" setting; when 'on', the 'ptype' command uses hexadecimal notation to print sizes and offsets of struct members. When 'off', decimal notation is used. The "inferior" command, when run without argument, prints information about the current inferior. The "ptype" command now supports "/x" and "/d", affecting the base used to print sizes and offsets. The output of the "info source" has been restructured. New "style version foreground background intensity" commands to control the styling of the GDB version number. Various debug and maintenance commands (mostly useful for the GDB developers) See the NEWS file for a more complete and detailed list of what this release includes.July 3rd, 2021: GDB 11 branch created The GDB 11 branch (gdb-11-branch) has been created.To check out a copy of the branch use:git clone --branch gdb-11-branch -gdb.gitApr 25th, 2021: GDB 10.2 Released! The latest version of GDB, version 10.2, is available for download.This is a minor corrective release over GDB 10.1, fixing the followingissues: PR remote/26614 (AddressSanitizer: heap-use-after-free of extended_remote_target in remote_async_inferior_event_handler) PR gdb/26828 (SIGSEGV in follow_die_offset dwarf2/read.c:22950) PR gdb/26861 (internal-error: void target_mourn_inferior(ptid_t): Assertion `ptid == inferior_ptid' failed. OS: Mac OSX Catalina; Compiler: GCC; Language: C) PR gdb/26876 (gdb error: internal-error: Unknown CFA rule when debugging the linux kernel with qemu) PR breakpoints/26881 (infrun.c:6384: internal-error: void process_event_stop_test(execution_control_state*): Assertion `ecs->event_thread->control.exception_resume_breakpoint != NULL' failed) PR gdb/26901 (Array subscript fails with flexible array member without size) PR tui/26973 (gdb crashes when not including the status window in a new layout) PR python/26974 (Wrong Value.format_string docu for static members argument) PR breakpoints/27009 ([s390] GDB branches randomly for BC instruction while displaced stepping) PR tdep/27015 (ARC: "eret" value is collected from the wrong data in register cache) PR backtrace/27147 ([GNU/Linux, sparc64] GDB is unable to print full stack trace (got "previous frame inner to this frame" errors)) PR rust/27194 (put rust demangler on 10.x branch) PR threads/27239 (gdb/cp-support.c:1619:(.text+0x5502): relocation truncated to fit: R_X86_64_PC32 against undefined symbol `TLS init function for thread_local_segv_handler') PR breakpoints/27330 (nextoverthrow.exp FAILs on arm-none-eabi) PR symtab/27333 ([dwarf-5] abort on unhandled DW_TAG_type_unit in process_psymtab_comp_unit) PR fortran/27341 ([dwarf-5] FAIL: gdb.fortran/function-calls.exp: p derived_types_and_module_calls::pass_cart_nd(c_nd)) PR tdep/27369 (ARC: Stepping over atomic instruction sequences loops infinitely) PR build/27385 (Cannot compile arc.c with gcc-4.8 (error: no matching function for call to 'std::pair...')) PR gdb/27435 (Attach on solaris segfaults GDB) PR build/27535 (amd64-linux-siginfo.c fails to compile after updating to glibc-2.33 headers) PR build/27536 (aarch64-linux-hw-point.c fails to compile after updating to glibc-2.33) PR symtab/27541 (gdb crashes on "file -readnow") PR gdb/27750 (local variables have wrong address and values on sparc64) PR varobj/27757 (-var-list-children coredump)October 24th, 2020: GDB 10.1 Released! The latest version of GDB, version 10.1, is available for download.This version of GDB includes the following changes and enhancements: Support for debugging new targets: BPF (bpf-unknown-none) GDBserver support for the following targets: ARC GNU/Linux RISC-V GNU/Linux Multi-target debugging support (experimental) Support for debuginfod, an HTTP server for distributing ELF/DWARF debugging information as well as source code. Support for debugging a 32-bit Windows program using a 64-bit Windows GDB. Support for building GDB with GNU Guile 3.0 and 2.2 (in addition to 2.0) Improved performance during startup through the use of threading during symbol table loading (an optional feature in GDB 9, now enabled by default in GDB 10). Various enhancements to the Python and Guile APIs Various TUI Mode fixes and enhancements. Other miscellaneous enhancements: Detection when attaching to a process of a mismatch between this process and the executable previously loaded into GDB. Support for default arguments for "alias" commands. GDBserver support for the following host triplets has been removed: i[34567]86-*-lynxos* powerpc-*-lynxos* i[34567]86-*-nto* bfin-*-*linux* crisv32-*-linux* cris-*-linux* m32r*-*-linux* tilegx-*-linux* arm*-*-mingw32ce* i[34567]86-*-mingw32ce* See the NEWS file for a more complete and detailed list of what this release includes.September 13th, 2020: GDB 10 branch created The GDB 10 branch (gdb-10-branch) has been created.To check out a copy of the branch use:git clone --branch gdb-10-branch -gdb.gitMay 23rd, 2020: GDB 9.2 Released! The latest version of GDB, version 9.2, is available for download.This is a minor corrective release over GDB 9.1, fixing the followingissues: PR tui/25586 (Resizing the source/disassembly or command window produces corrupted display) PR gdb/25650 (GDB can't 'printf' a convenience variable holding an inferior address) PR build/25981 (Use of short i386 register names breaks compilation on recent Solaris 11.4) PR symtab/26003 (infinite loop loading symbols from separate debug objfile) PR build/26029 (GDB build failure on SPARC)February 8th, 2020: GDB 9.1 Released! The latest version of GDB, version 9.1, is available for download.This version of GDB includes the following changes and enhancements: Building GDB and GDBserver now requires GNU make >= 3.82. If you choose to build GDB without using the GNU readline version bundled with the GDB sources, building GDB new requires GNU readline >= 7.0. Removed targets and native configurations: GDB no longer supports debugging the Cell Broadband Engine; GDB no longer supports Solaris 10. New TI PRU Simulator (pru-*-elf). Python Enhancements: GDB can now be compiled with Python 3 on Windows; Various Python API enhancements; Usability enhancements: [experimental] Multithreaded symbol loading for higher performance (turned off by default, use 'maint set worker-threads unlimited' to turn this feature on); Command names can now use the '.' character; GDB can now place breakpoints on nested functions and subroutines in Fortran; GDB now shows the Ada task names at more places, e.g. in task switching messages. Styling enhancements to various commands to improve readability. GDB now has a standard infrastructure to support dash-style command options ('-OPT'). One benefit is that commands that use it can easily support completion of command line arguments. Try "CMD -[TAB]" or "help CMD" to find options supported by a command. Over time, we intend to migrate most commands to this infrastructure. Enhancements to existing commands: "printf" and "eval" can now print C-style and Ada-style strings without calling functions in the program; "info sources" has been enhance to allow only printing files whose name match a REGEXP; New value "presence" for the "set print frame-arguments" setting, to only indicate the presence of arguments with '...' instead of printing the argument names and values; The "focus", "winheight", "+", "-", ">", "


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