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Re: [avr-gcc-list] GDB help

From: Colin O'Flynn
Subject: Re: [avr-gcc-list] GDB help
Date: Tue, 1 Apr 2003 15:10:58 -0800 (PST)


I've used AVR-GDB with a JTAG ICE, its great!

To connected read the documentation in the
WinAVR\doc\avarice\running.txt for some background.
Basically here is what you do:

Open 1 command line window:
>avr-objcopy -I elf32-avr -O binary main.elf main.bin
>avarice --file main.bin --jtag com2 localhost 4242

After that does its stuff:
Open 2nd Command Line Window
>avr-gdb main.elf
(gdb) set remoteaddresssize 32
(gdb) set remote Z-packet enable
(gdb) target remote localhost:4242

Then you'll need to know how to use GDB at this

Also i'm working on making a makefile for WinAVR that
does all this stuff, and also a quick intro to
AVR-GDB. However right now i'm busy, so it will have
to wait a few days.


--- Ralph Mason <address@hidden> wrote:
> Let me begin with - I have no GDB experience.
> Is there any documentation anywhere on using gdb
> with AVR's. I have the 5.3
> version that is packages with WinAVR.
> How do I make it connect to the AVR JTAG-ICE?
> (target async COM2 didn't
> work)
> How to I make it run as a simulator - is that
> possible?
> Are there any front end guis to GDB that will work
> with the AVR version?
> Sorry if I have missed the documentation somewhere.
> Thanks for any help
> Ralph
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