[ECOS] Port eCos Redboot Olimex LPC2294 to Embest LPCEB2000 (lpc2292)

Miklos.Pflancer@dBResearch.co.uk Miklos.Pflancer@dBResearch.co.uk
Wed Sep 20 14:52:00 GMT 2006

Hi Andrew

I still thinks there is a problem with the gdb stubs in redboot. I 
can load and run a  standalone application which uses interrupts into 
external ram  using gdb, however If I set breakpoints or try to 
single step the application stops and gdb becomes unresponsive. 

I can burn the same application into flash and load with Redboot and 
this works fine.

I was wondering if  there are options in the configtool which should 
be selected but are'nt. I am not familiar with many of these 

Best Regards


> On Tue, Sep 19, 2006 at 03:29:56PM +0100, 
Miklos.Pflancer@dBResearch.co.uk wrote:
> > Hi Andrew
> > 
> > Ive been looking in the hal_platform_setup and it seems as though 

> > Redboot copies the first 64 bytes of vectors to internal SRAM. An 

> > then remaps the vectors  to internal SRAM. 
> > 
> > What then happens if an interrupt occurs in my code, How is it 
> > handled by Redboot.
> > 
> > Should I copy by vectors to this location?
> > 
> > I am a bit confused
> Is you application an eCos application? If so eCos will do this
> itself.
> However if you are writing a standalone application which does not 
> eCos, you have to look after interrupts yourself.
>       Andrew

Miklos Pflancer
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