[ECOS] Antw: Re: [ECOS] ecos-c

Adolfo Lucha Adolfo.Lucha@controlware.de
Fri Apr 11 06:40:00 GMT 2003

Hi Kjell,

thanks for respons! That is a really gut hint. I will look at it.

I am not familiarised with linux, so I think it will take time to be able to develop as fast as under windows. But there seams no way to avoid to switch to linux.

Thanks again

>>> "kjell@techtribe.se" <kjell@techtribe.se> 10.04.03 21.07 >>>
Hi Adolfo,

Being a rather experienced developer using the eCos + Lauterbach 
combination, I haven't either found any good way of using T32-Win 
together with code compiled under Cygwin due to the problems You are 
describing :-(

Luckily, this problem can easily be solved by switching to a Linux build 
and debugging host instead - The T32 is very well working under Linux 
(provided You are using the Ethernet-based HW-interface variant), and 
the eCos build environment is generally better working in native Linux 
If You peek around a little in Your T32 installation CD (check e.g the 
t32\demo\powerpc\kernel\eCos directory), You will even find that there 
is a T32 plugin providing eCos kernel awareness and some eCos menu 
extensions avaliable for the T32 :-)

Happy T32-eCos debugging!
Kjell Svensson                 Embedded Technology Manager
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Adolfo Lucha wrote:
> 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?
> thanks and regards,
> Adolfo

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