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How generic is DSF? [message #572607] Thu, 28 May 2009 18:34
Martin is currently offline Martin
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Registered: July 2009
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Hi,

I was at EclipseCon and went to a session about DSF (reverse debugging -
really cool)

Now a couple of months later I'm in the position where I would like to add
debug support to
our own IDE and I thought that DSF perhaps is the solution.

Here is the situation:
The debugger and compiler is propritary to my company and cannot produce any
standard symbol formats (like ELF)
Besides the hard work is it possibile to use DSF to bridge between the
Eclipse UI and the remote debugger?

Any comments or suggestions appreciated.

BR

M
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