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RE: [avr-gcc-list] New User: C++ Debugging

From: Theodore A. Roth
Subject: RE: [avr-gcc-list] New User: C++ Debugging
Date: Fri, 27 Jun 2003 09:40:34 -0700 (PDT)

On Fri, 27 Jun 2003, James Dabbs wrote:

> Thanks!
> That is what I was beginning to suspect.  HOWEVER, I have two problems in
> this area.  First, Avarice crashed as soon as a typed "target cisco
> localhost 4242" from GDB.  Secondly, when I tried AvrStudio4, it talked me

The cisco target is not the target to use as it is a protocol specific
to Cisco systems. I would not expect avarice to even come close to
being able to understanding that protocol and a crash would not
surprise me.

The correct gdb command to connect to avarice is:

  (gdb) target remote localhost:4242

or use any port you want.

> into upgrading the flash on the JEDEC ICE, and now Avarice won't communicate
> with it at all.  Is there a compliance map of what JEDEC S/W versions are
> required to work with Avarice?

I use the latest firmware version in my jtagice box at home and it
works fine with the latest avarice from cvs. My box at work has a much
older firmware version and it works fine too.

> ALSO, has anyone actually done end-to-end
> C++ debugging with avr-gdb, avarice, and the JEDEC ICE?

If I recall, Scott Finneran, who originally wrote avarice, used
avarice and gdb on a rather large project which was a mixture of C and

Ted Roth

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