[ECOS] Re: init_all_network_interfaces() problem?
Yong Chen Tan
Wed Jul 2 06:04:00 GMT 2008
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> Date: Tue, 1 Jul 2008 15:36:08 +0000
> Subject: [ECOS] Re: init_all_network_interfaces() problem?
> On 2008-07-01, Yong Chen Tan wrote:
>> Sorry my knowledge on this area is very limited... By the way,
>> I really managed to run the webserver using Redboot.
> You may have used RedBoot to start an eCos application that was
> running the web server.
>> I did create and start the thread running the web server as it
>> was my only thread in the program. Btw how can I enable the
>> debug/trace output?
> Look at the source for defaultTraceHandler(). I don't know
> what yours looks like, but mine looks like this:
> void defaultTraceHandler(int level, char_t * buf)
> if (buf && level <= GOAHEAD_TRACE_LEVEL)
> diag_printf('%s', buf);
> In my code, the setting of GOAHEAD_TRACE_LEVEL determines the
> amount of debug output.
> If turning up the trace level, doesn't show you the problem,
> then adding a few diag_printf() calls can tell you a lot.
> You have debugged C programs before, haven't you?
>> Is there any documentations on these?
> Dunno. There's source code.
Hi there, my defaultTraceHandler() is also the same as yours.. Sorry to trouble you again but I have never done this type of debugging before. Is it possible to show some sample codes on how the debugging is done? Like where should I put this method for debugging and what does you mean by adding diag_printf()? Im really quite loss at the moment. Hope you can help
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