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TCF is a lightweight, extensible network protocol for driving embedded systems (targets).
On top of the protocol, TCF provides a complete modern debugger for C/C++ and Ada, as well as the "Target Explorer" for system management. TCF works out of the box for Intel, PPC and ARM Linux targets including the Raspberry Pi. It supports Proxying and Tunneling for IoT devices, and is particularly strong for multi-process debugging even with slow communication links.
The TCF Framework makes it very easy to build your own tools using the components provided:
See the TCF Wiki for details.
Jun 24, 2015: TCF 1.3 is released with Eclipse Mars
April 25, 2014 -TCF Terminals has been restructured and is now on the Marketplace.
By replacing a gdb based debugger with TCF, Xilinx has increased the performance
of basic debugger commands up to 50 times, while providing a much more stable product.
The modular and asynchronous approach of TCF is so compelling that we are moving over our JTAG tools to use the same framework.
— Tomas Evensen, Chief Scientist Embedded Software, Xilinx
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