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Re: [cdt-dev] CDT debugger question


The best way to deal with this situation is to import your executable to the
The second step is to assign a binary parser to the project. To do it open
the "C/C++ Build" property page of the project's properties and  select the
"Binary Parser" tab.

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "dmsubs" <dmsubs@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: "'CDT General developers list.'" <cdt-dev@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Thursday, January 12, 2006 12:44 PM
Subject: [cdt-dev] CDT debugger question

> Hi,
> I have an executable that I built externally to Eclipse that I wish to
> load
> and debug via the Eclipse interface.
> I have defined an empty project ("test") and then have then defined a
> new
> debug configuration ("test"). In the "C/C++ Application" field on the
> debug
> config dialog, I have browsed to my binary ("fred.exe"), but I
> immedately
> get an error "The CPU is not supported by the selected debugger". The
> executable *is* supported, but I suspect that CDT is just making an
> arbitrary decision!
> Any advice on how to overcome this?
> [The reason for doing this is that I have many hundreds of test cases,
> developed over several years, before we started using Eclipse. I have
> better
> things to do than create Eclipse projects for all the test cases! So,
> when
> the test case fails, rather than using command line gdb to debug, I'd
> like
> to use Eclipse/CDT, but I can't find a way to load into the debugger]
> Thanks
> ---
> Derek
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