|Questions about debugging on target via Target Management vs typical CDT [message #698577]
||Tue, 19 July 2011 14:12
Registered: July 2011
I have a setup which would work great for gdbserver.
I would like to keep my sources local, my symbol file local. The target is currently running a stripped binary of my intended-to-debug program.
However, the platform doesn't currently have a thread-conscious gdbserver (FreeBSD), so we can throw out that idea. Also, there is no UI on the target system and I would like to debug it via a UI such as Eclipse.
So, it would seem that the best solution would be to attempt a gdb session over ssh, and pump that into the Eclipse UI. If only this was simple; there are at least 3 methods AFAIK in which I could do this, being the following:
(in the debug configuration tab)
C/C++ Attach to Application
GDB Hardware Debugger
Target Communication Framework (? purpose of posting here)
My question is then, is this something that is still in the area of RSE/TM? Should I be using the 'Target Communication Framework' or should I make do with the above two.
Any thoughts on which of them is closer to my situation, or are they functionally equivalent?
For those stumbling on this question looking for answers, this may provide something...
htt p://w w w.slideshare.net/kepler2/eclipse-con-talk2273
[Updated on: Wed, 20 July 2011 11:33]
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