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Re: [dsdp-dd-dev] Building the dfs eclipse plug-ins

Hi again,

Yes, I'm thinking about attending EclipseCon and joining the tutorial session. Maybe I'll have an opportunity of meeting some of you guys in real life as a bonus :).

Here are some questions on my journey to a perfect build:
1. Which version of Eclipse do you recommend for building the latest DSF plug-ins? 3.3 or 3.4?
2. Which build system are you using? Ant, maven, PDE build or something else?
3. Do you have any dependencies to other plug-ins, which are required to be as source on the build path during the build?


On Jan 31, 2008 7:08 PM, Pawel Piech <pawel.piech@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Hi Tobias,
I'm not familiar with specifics of Code Sourcery's gdb, but you should certainly be able to the DSF-GDB reference implementation and extend it/customize it as necessary.  The GDB reference implementation currently does not have a launch for remote gdb server sessions, but we'd very much welcome your contribution.  To get started, I would suggest that you check out all the DSF plugins from /cvsroot/dsdp/org.eclipse.dd.dsf and start getting familiar with the code.  If you're attending Eclipse Con this year, you should also try to attend the tutorial on DSF.


Tobias Sodergren wrote:
Hi there, I'm new to this project but would like to try it out.
I'm interested in debugging remote sessions using gdbserver and TCP/IP.

I'm using gdb from CodeSourcery Lite, is it possible to setup such a remote session in Eclipse using DSF?

If it is, which steps should I take?

Best regards,
Tobias Sodergren

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