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Re: [avr-gcc-list] gdb

From: Theodore A. Roth
Subject: Re: [avr-gcc-list] gdb
Date: Thu, 7 Feb 2002 12:36:37 -0700 (MST)

I have been working on a patch for gdb-5.1 to add avr support for remote 
targets. Right now it is only useful with my simulator and Scott 
Finneran's avarice project for atmega128.

For a monitor, try Tor Ringstad's avrmon-stk200 (based on Denis's work).  
As it stands right now, it won't work with my gdb patch, but I've talked
to him about changing it and he seems interested.

I haven't used the older monitor-0.2 and gdb-4.18 stuff, so I don't know 
what luck you will have there.

You might be able to debug some basic stuff with gdb-5.1, my patch and my 
simulator. It's still a work in progress though.

Here's some links:

gdb-5.1 patch and my simulator:


Hope that helps.

Ted Roth

On Thu, 7 Feb 2002, Christian Verbeek wrote:

:)dear mailinglist,
:)i do avr programming with linux and downloaded the binaries
:)(avr-libc-20011029, binutils-2.11.2, gcc-3.0.2) from
:)http://combio.de/avr/. works just fine. now i am lookin for gdb for avr.
:)on http://home.overta.ru/users/denisc/ one can get
:)monitor-0.2.src.tar.gz, gdb-4.18-avr-patch-0.0.gz. but to compile the
:)gdb, i need the source of my binutils. now i am stuck.
:)does anybody now where i can get either the binutils source or maybe gdb
:)already compiled?
:)what about gdb-5?
:)is there a monitor program that lets me debug my at90s8515 via the rs232
:)interface? i would need this, because the spi interface is used by an

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