On Tue, Dec 10, 2002 at 01:07:31PM +0100, Carsten Langgaard wrote:
> I've attached a patch for gdb-stub.c to make it work better with the
> These changes should be backwards compatible with a standard gdb, so it
> shouldn't break anything.
> Ralf, could you please apply it.
Strongly object. While I didn't check the implementation, it's nice to
see 'X' implemented. And P. But what the heck is this?
> @@ -816,13 +839,64 @@
> case 'k' :
> break; /* do nothing */
> + case 'R':
> + /* RNN[:SS], Set the value of CPU register NN (size
> SS) */
> + /* FALL THROUGH */
> - /*
> - * Reset the whole machine (FIXME: system dependent)
> - */
> case 'r':
> - break;
> + /* rNN[:SS] Return the value of CPU register NN
> (size SS) */
We're not making up a protocol here, we're implementing one. R and r
don't have anything to do with setting registers.
> + case 'D':
> + putpacket("OK");
> + return;
> + /* NOTREACHED */
> * Step to next instruction
'D' should generally resume the machine, by the way.
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