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R: Bad RUN command on GDB



Ok so now I ask to Gatliff what he think about my file organization.
Best regards.
Giulix

----- Original Message -----
From: Radzislaw Galler <rgaller at et.put.poznan.pl>
To: Giulix <giuliano.to at tin.it>
Sent: Friday, July 20, 2001 9:41 AM
Subject: Re: Bad RUN command on GDB


>
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Giulix" <giuliano.to at tin.it>
> To: "Radzislaw Galler" <rgaller at et.put.poznan.pl>;
<rtems-users at oarcorp.com>
> Sent: Thursday, July 19, 2001 9:42 PM
> Subject: R: Bad RUN command on GDB
>
>
> > In the first my intention was to obtain a platform-indipendent stub and
a
> > stub for Hitachi
> > 7045F in single chip too. So I have wrote a stub organized in many
files.
> I
> > have fixed some bugs
> > in Gatliff's stub. I don't remember if the bug mentioned by you is
fixed.
> > Actually my stub have a good organization (I think) but is not complete
> (had
> > no time for it).
>
> Maybe it would be a good idea to start a new project on sourceforge. Some
> people (including me) would interested in hepling. This could speed-up the
> development...
>
> > These are the features that actually are NOT supported:
> > - limiting the memory usage (for single chip usage only)
> > - fix some bugs with internal UBC break
> > - support direct internal flash writter
> > - think about 115K serial baud rate
> > - think about using serial SCI with RX interrupt (level 15) to perform
> halt
> > program with CTRL-C from host
> >
> > If you want my stub please ask me. Happy to send you
> >
>
> Happy to get this.
>
> Think about starting new project on sourceforge. I you use some code from
> Bill's sources it would be also a good idea to ask him if he agrees.
> Sugestion: if you have reorganized the files there is no sense to continue
> previous Bill's project.
>
> Best Regards
>
> Radek
>