Quit command does not terminate gdb process. Any new started session add additional
instance of gdb process, the only way to quit all gdp subprocesses apart from manually
killing is to quit jEdit.
|Submitted||vldmr - 2007-06-29 - 16:39:08z||Assigned||nobody|
|2011-12-08 - 20:31:31z
|Unassigning myself since I no longer maintain the plugin.|