remote supporting 'swbreak' and 'hwbreak' ?

Juha Aaltonen
Wed Nov 11 22:41:00 GMT 2015

Oh, and from the gdb server sources I also saw that 'hwbreak' only
applies to HW breakpoints and has nothing to do with HW watchpoints.

On Thu, Nov 12, 2015 at 12:39 AM, Juha Aaltonen <> wrote:
> Found it in the gdb server sources: ';' was missing from the end.
> I thought it was a separator, that shouldn't be there after last item.
> On Wed, Nov 11, 2015 at 6:49 PM, Juha Aaltonen <> wrote:
>> If a remote 'agent' supports 'swbreak' and 'hwbreak', what's the
>> correct "syntax" for T05-packet?
>> And is 'hwbreak+' needed in qSupported response if only SW breakpoints
>> and HW watchpoints are supported (not actual HW breakpoints)?
>> I've tried 'T05swbreak" with and without single quotes around swbreak,
>> and with and without colon, but gdb always complains about malformed
>> packet.
>> I'm using "GNU gdb (Debian 7.10-1) 7.10".

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