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RE: [avr-gcc-list] avr-gcc debug

From: Marius Harjoi
Subject: RE: [avr-gcc-list] avr-gcc debug
Date: Sat Jan 13 13:03:04 2001


        I need the SPI interface to communicate with ad7705 A/D converter. 
what do you think about using serial interface as in CASC
(http://www.vak.ru/software/avr.html)? I'd like to try that, but I'll start
to cut my stk300 only if I know that you agree with that solution, and
somehow you will include that in your support for GDB. Or what about an
at90s to do the programming and serial interface and other things which may
be useful for debug?
        I have some projects that I want to publish on a web page, unfortunately
all the source code is written for IAR. I already start porting but the lack
of a simulator or a debugger is giving me headache, especially at the ucos
        I know I'm asking a lot of things to someone which does the work for 
and with limited time but anyway.. it worth a try :)


-----Original Message-----
From: address@hidden
[mailto:address@hidden Behalf Of Denis Chertykov
Sent: 12 ianuarie 2001 21:39
To: Marius Harjoi
Cc: address@hidden
Subject: Re: [avr-gcc-list] avr-gcc debug

"Marius Harjoi" <address@hidden> writes:

>       Can I use gdb 4.18 with current snapshot of avr-gcc and binutils?
>       I'm trying to port ucos-ii to avr-gcc. I really do need a simulator or a
> debugger. What plans do you have about a simulator or about debugger?

You can use gdb 4.18 with current snapshot of avr-gcc and binutils.

I have initial version of the simulator, but it's not completed and tested.


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