2014-11-17 19:21:53 UTC
for embedded development using the IDE. Because they were relatively
specific to my applicaiton, I didn't put them into the OW tree. I have
shared them with a couple of people that were interested. I also created
some debugging trap files specific to these processors.
One of the problems with this is that the IDE and its config files do change
over time, and every time I upgrade to a new release, I have to look at the
config file and identify the changes and add in the extra lines needed for
my targets, modifying them to account for any structural changes that were
Well I recently updated things to version 1.9 and have one problem I can't
sort out. It may be related to the fact that 1.9 seems to have separated
Debugging and Remote debugging. My targets technically are in the latter
category, although I don't generally think of them in that way, because the
target system has no file system or OS. Part of the trap functionality is
in the .dll I created for the host which then communicates with the target
hardware over some physical link. But everything like file loading is still
on the host side.
Anyway, I'm hoping someone involved in the changes can guide me in the right
direction. I finally got the right stuff in place where "Debug Options" now
appears on the Options menu, but clicking on either Remote or Local Debug
results in an error window that says, "You cannot (local/remote) debug
'<file>". I suspect a single line in ide.cfg would fix it, but I can't
figure out what it would be. I've compared it to other platforms and
targets and I don't see any added code for them that isn't present for mine.
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