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Re: [avr-gcc-list] New Issues: AVRStudio and debugging with .COF Files

From: Reza Naima
Subject: Re: [avr-gcc-list] New Issues: AVRStudio and debugging with .COF Files
Date: Fri, 13 Jun 2003 04:49:30 -0700
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Alas, I've found avarice <-> GDB to be very buggy and unreliable.  For 
me, stepping through the assembly (havn't gotten the COFF file formats 
to work yet) with AVR studio, and trying to corrolate it to the source
via the .lst file seem to be the most stable option for me.. Especially
as AVR Studio 3.x works under wine on Linux.  


On Fri, Jun 13, 2003 at 01:27:48PM +0200, Joerg Wunsch sent me this...
> Bryan Jarmain <address@hidden> wrote:
> > Are there any recommended ELF debuggers that will work with an AVR
> > JTAG-ICE - preferably with a front-end? I am still using
> > Windoze. Or will I need to upgrade to Linix? ;-)
> Upgrading to a Unix might be the easiest option. :-)
> I have no idea about GDB frontends.  I've been using GDB for more than
> a decade now, so i'm simply used to the command-line frontend of it.
> Together with Emacs, it's a nice IDE for me.  Many commands can be
> abbreviated to a single letter, just hitting <Enter> repeats the
> previous command, so it's easy for example to single-step through a
> source.
> People seem to praise DDD as a nice frontend, but i've heard that it
> hasn't been ported well to Windows.  Insight is said to work there.
> You need avarice as the glue between the GDB and the JTAG box.
> -- 
> J"org Wunsch                                         Unix support engineer
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