[ECOS] ecos-c

Daniel Lidsten Daniel.Lidsten@combitechsystems.com
Thu Apr 10 07:03:00 GMT 2003


Hi,

I have been using Lauterbach also and there is an option called
/StripPART that can be used for this when loading the image. It will
remove as many parts of the path as you want. You then setup the
symbol.List.SPATH to reflect the new path to use.

The below rows will remove /ecos-c/ and use your home directory instead.

Data.Load.Elf file.out /LowerPath /StripPART 1
Symbol.SPATH F:\Jose

Regards, Daniel Lidsten

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Jose Paul [mailto:jose@exorindia.com] 
> Sent: den 10 april 2003 05:47
> To: ecos-discuss@sources.redhat.com
> Subject: Re: [ECOS] ecos-c 
> 
> 
>  Hello,
> >
> > i am not sure if this the right discussion forum for my question. 
> > Sorry if
> it is not.
> >
> > I am developing a system with eCos on a own ppc HW. I am using T32
> debugger from http://www.Lauterbach.de company. It will show 
> me my private project files in a rigth manner but the eCos 
> files will not be showed. The problem is that the debugger 
> will not found the files because the path is prefixed with 
> "/ecos-c/...". T32 is a Win32 application and can not expand 
> such text to a drive letter. Therefore I am not able to step 
> through the eCos code.
> >
> > I fell that there is a compiler or linker flag to say: do 
> not use the
> cygwin path ("/ecos-c/"), and use the windows drive letter 
> instead. Is not it? I did not find it :-(
> >
> > Or need I any settings in the cygwin environment? Mount flags? ECos
> configuration settings?
> >
> > Any Idea?
> >
> 
> I am using Eclipse as debugger IDE and it have got the same 
> problem. We have fixed this problem . There is a utility 
> called "cygpath.exe" to convert Unix path to windows path. We 
> have used this utility and dynamically convert Unix path to 
> Windows. Jose
> 
> 
> 
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