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Re: [avr-gcc-list] "Win"AVR for Linux

From: Hermann Kraus
Subject: Re: [avr-gcc-list] "Win"AVR for Linux
Date: Thu, 27 Mar 2003 13:35:16 +0100
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> Anything that can be shown on the command-line window (such as "info
> io_registers" - which I have not tried myself - or more complex display
> statements) can be shown in the graph view. 
If you don't use info io_registers, how are you showing your SFRs? Perhaps 
only showing a single register.

> would on the command line, and check the "Expression is a subprogram call"
oh, that's the trick. now it works!

> As for macros, I believe the latest gdb can expand macros as well, although
> I haven't tried it (have a look in the gdb manual).  If you can do it on
> the command-line, you can do it in the graph view.  But don't expect it to
> be as transparent as watching variables - I don't think you'll find a
> debugger anywhere for any processor that treat macros just like variables.
why not? with avrstudio is works. at least is showed me values like 
DDD7=7,etc. but gdb says:" No symbol "DDD7" in current context."

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