Debug your Linux Target on a Qt-Linux GUI


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Linux Target Debugging
Linux Target Tracing


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  Highlights
Highlights - Qt-Linux
Screen Mode MDI, all windows inside main window
Screen Mode FDI, all windows independent from the main window
Dockable toolbar and command line
PRACTICE syntax highlighting
ASCII and UTF-8 for all editors
Support for Motif-Linux will be continued ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Highlights - Linux-aware Debugging
Linux on single core as well as SMP Linux
Stop mode/JTAG debugging for kernel, modules, device drivers, applications and libraries
Run mode/monitor debugging for applications and libraries
Process/thread breakpoints
Process/thread specific run-time measurements
Support for ANDES, ARC, ARM, ATOM, BEYOND, COLDFIRE, MICROBLAZE, MIPS, NIOS-II, POWERPC, SH4, XSCALE, x86
 
  Introduction
With more and more developers debugging their Linux target from a Linux host computer, Lauterbach is advancing this with the introduction of a new, streamlined GUI based on Qt.




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Linux Target Debugging



  • Stop Mode Debugging for SMP Linux
  • MDI Screen Mode

  • Information Common for all Cores (white background)
    • Process List
    • List of Registered File System Types
    • Breakpoint List
    • Variable Content

  • Information Specific for Core 0 (pink background)
    • Source Code with Current Program Counter

  • Information Specific for Core 1 (green background)
    • Stack Frame
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Linux Target Tracing



  • Process List
  • Process Run-time Analysis (results listed per core)
  • Function Run-time Analysis and Call Tree for "process1" (results for all cores in common)
  • MIPS Analysis (results listed per core)
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Last generated/modified: 28-Jan-2016