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Re: [dsdp-dd-dev] Programmatically adding breakpoint on target.

Hi Janees,
There is actually a little more to this story: there are two breakpoint related services.  One is the lower level interface that Francois pointed out, the other is a breakpoint manager synchronization service which synchronizes the target breakpoints with the eclipse breakpoint database.  It is up to the implementation of the services to make sure that if a client accesses the IBreakpoints interface directly, the synchronization takes care to synchronize the Eclipse breakpoint database with the corresponding changes.  I know that with the example PDA debugger I did not add support for this, but I can't remember whether the GDB debugger implementation has it.


Francois Chouinard wrote:

DSF provides a generic interface (IBreakpoint) that should then be implemented by a Breakpoint Service specific to the integrated debugger. That I/F specifies the minimal set of functions that the service should implement (add/remove, enable/disable, ...).

The GDB/MI reference implementation provides an example.

Hope this answers your question.

Best Regards,

On Wed, Nov 12, 2008 at 12:02 PM, Janees Elamkulam <janees.ek@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:


Is there a common interface to programmatically add breakpoint on the
target using DSF framework that work for all C/C++ Debuggers integrated to
eclipse using DSF ?

- Janees

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