Which IDE you guys use to develop and debug RTEMS
salpha.2004 at gmail.com
Mon Jul 16 07:53:17 UTC 2012
Thanks Gedare and Sebastian for your answers.
Gedare, you mean you used "--enable-RTEMS-debug" option when configuring
RTEMS in order to be able to debug RTEMS via GDB? Cause I want to debug
RTEMS at C level.
Or you use GDB to debug at Assembly level?
Sebastian, you mean I import operating system's code to TRACE32 software in
order to use Lauterbach PowerTrace II debugger?
And about CDT plug-in for eclipse, can I use operating system's Makefile
and configurations in the plug-in to make the operating system itself?
Because so far, I've used CDT with my "make install" libraries in order to
develop software for my specific BSP and not RTEMS itself.
On Sun, Jul 15, 2012 at 10:18 PM, Sebastian Huber <
sebastian.huber at embedded-brains.de> wrote:
> On 15/07/12 17:18, SAeeD wrote:
>> Hi everyone,
>> I want to start debugging RTEMS in order to port it to meet my specific
>> So far, I have just compiled and built RTEMS using command line. But from
>> now on, I want to trace execution of the OS and maybe place some
>> breakpoints, step execution of the source (in C not in Assembly), and edit
>> some lines of operating system's code.
>> I wanted to know which IDE and debugger you guys use in such
>> Please note that I want to run RTEMS on a board similar to SMDK2410 and I
>> have JTAG debugger for the board.
> if you want to do a real-time trace on your board, then the Lauterbach
> PowerTrace II may be useful (http://www.lauterbach.com/**
> A low cost solution for JTAG debuggers which offer a GDB server interface
> is to use Eclipse with the CDT plug-in (http://wiki.rtems.org/wiki/**
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