[ECOS] Re: Help enquiring thread info in ecos
Thu Oct 9 14:41:00 GMT 2003
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On Thu, 2003-10-09 at 08:30, Hadi Dewan wrote:
> Hi Gary,
> Thanks for an quick response. Right now I am just
> using "configtool" and "ecosconfig" to create an
> configuration file. I dont think RedBoot is hooked
> into those tools. Following are the steps I do to
> create ecos library and an application program.
> 1. mkdir /tmp/ecos_work
> 2. cd ecos_work
> 3. ecosconfig new leon
> 4. ecosconfig tree
> 5. make
> I have attached the configuration file with this
> email. As you can see the GDB_STUB is faded out.
> To compile an application. I do the following
> sparc-elf-gcc twoThread.c -o twoThread.out
> -L./install/lib -I./install/include -Ttarget.ld
> Using insight software I can connect to the target and
> set breakpoint/single step. Only with "info thread" I
> get error. If gdb is disable nothing will work. But it
> doesnt look at way.
> Please let me know if I need to compile redboot to go
> around it. And also have a quick look at the attached
> file using "configtool".
> Thanks you
More importantly, how was the debug environment on your
processor built? In other words, the device has something
in FLASH/ROM - this may be RedBoot or simply GDB stubs.
This is what has to be built with the thread support present
since when Insight (or GDB) is talking to the target, it's
talking to the GDB support (in RedBoot or stubs) and not
directly to your application.
Gary Thomas <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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