[ECOS] Re: Run tests
Mon Dec 1 11:00:00 GMT 2003
John Dallaway <firstname.lastname@example.org> schrieb am 01.12.03 11:06:44:
> Ricardo Andrino wrote:
> > when i try to run the run tests on my AT91EB40A with the Ecos configuration tool, there is no connection with the board.I think that is used a Remote Serial connection and should be a ARM Angel/Serial connection......How could i configure this ARM ANgel Connection on the ecos graphical configuration tool?
> Interaction with the target hardware for the puspose of running tests is
> specified in the Tools->Platforms dialog box of the eCos Configration
> Tool. It may or may not be possible to create a platform entry to allow
> for the running of tests using Angel. However, I would recommend
> installing RedBoot into the second half of the Flash (it does not need
> to overwrite Angel) and using RedBoot rather than Angel to run the eCos
> tests. If you have previously installed eCos 2.0, you should have a full
> set of platforms definitions for the eCos 2.0 targets already defined in
> your registry. You can clone the GDB commands used for the at91 platform
> (EB40) and use them for the EB40A.
Do you know the GDB commands to connect with ARM Angel/Serial? I would like to add these commands to the register for EB40A platform that i have created.Now there are: set debug remote 0 , target remote %p but this is a remote serial connection which doesn't work with my target to run the tests.
> > There is files for this board PB-555 from Axión on the CVS or somewhere?
> Check out hardware table for board support:
> John Dallaway
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