[ECOS] Multi-ICE support Status
Thu May 16 15:38:00 GMT 2002
My question is now about MultiICE eCOS awareness.
First attempt was not to use stubs at all. My application worked fine then
(breakpoints, memory read/write etc) but I don't have any OS awareness.
Then I tried to follow the instructions and rebuild the eCOS library.
were enabled before (that is how I got eCOS awareness through the serial
But then I can't find CYGHWR_HAL_ARM_ICE_THREAD_SUPPORT option at all.
I use eCOS from the CVS tip - was it checked in? Or I can
find it somewhere else?
The flag was mentioned once in some document came with eCOS, that's it.
When I enabled stubs without CYGHWR_HAL_ARM_ICE_THREAD_SUPPORT
by setting CYGDBG_HAL_DEBUG_GDB_INCLUDE_STUBS
then everything went wrong.
The printf assumes that the GDB sits on the other side of the serial port,
my printf's send GDB codes to the console and application stuck because of
reply from the non-existing GDB.
I guess the CYGHWR_HAL_ARM_ICE_THREAD_SUPPORT should resolve this issue?
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> [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]On Behalf Of Jonathan Larmour
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> To: Corinna Vinschen; email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org;
> Subject: Re: [ECOS] Multi-ICE support Status
> Jonathan Larmour wrote:
> > Corinna Vinschen wrote:
> > > > > ..\t
> > > > > oolconf.c: undefined reference to `_imp___pctype'
> > > > >
> > > > > Any ideas what library is missing (looks like something
> from Visual C?)
> > > >
> > > > Actually it looks like something from Cygwin.
> > > >
> > > > Cygwin guys, can you help on this? What has changed that has caused
> > > > libraries to stop being binary compatible?
> > >
> > > The internal representation of ctype has changed. But that's
> > > looong ago. How old are the concerned libs?
> > Quite old. When I lasted tested it, it was with fairly old tools as well
> > though (GNUPro 00r1).
> > Although looking at it again after Benny saying that linking with msvcrt
> > helped (but caused a segfault), I don't think these are cygwin symbols
> > after all - the library in question was built by MSVC.
> Aha! Keith Seitz helped me notice the problem. Duh I'm so blind.
> There is a
> cygwin library libtoolconf.a there, but it's picking up toolconf.lib
> instead. Presumably the tools didn't used to.
> Benny, rename toolconf.lib to toolconf.lib.ignore and then try again.
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