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Re: Remote Serial Protocol
- From: "David Mc Kenna" <mckennad at esatclear dot ie>
- To: Tim Combs <tcombs at urbana dot css dot mot dot com>, David Mc Kenna <mckennad at esatclear dot ie>, gdb at sources dot redhat dot com
- Date: Wed, 23 Jan 2002 13:37:05 GMT
- Subject: Re: Remote Serial Protocol
- Reply-to: mckennad at esatclear dot ie
Thanks for the quick reply,
Where are the macros for REGISTER_RAW_SIZE and REGISTER_NAME located ?
>The answer used to be in remote.c but now its at the end of the
>read registers g
>Read general registers.
>Each byte of register data is described by two hex digits. The bytes with
>the register are transmitted in target byte order. The size of each register
>and their position within the `g' packet are determined by the GDB
>internal macros REGISTER_RAW_SIZE and REGISTER_NAME macros.
>For instance, if your target had 4 32bit registers (for simplicity) and all
>values were 0xdeadbeef, then the string your target would send back would
>(With all the packet info stripped off.)
>On Wed, Jan 23, 2002 at 01:18:49PM +0000, David Mc Kenna wrote:
>> A question about the Remote Serial Protocol
>> When gdb issues the command : "+$g#67" , which reads the general registers,
>> what is the format of the expected return.
>> Debugging with gdb gives a vague reference but no solid info.
>> Dave Mc Kenna