Then... I've to conclude that it is not possible to use the debug files
generated by sdcc compiler with an emulator which is not sdcdb...
If I'm wrong, please, please let me know
-------- Original Message --------
Subject: Output format for debugging
Date: Tue, 04 Jun 2002 09:37:24 +0200
From: Francis Rastrilla Agud <frastrilla@...>
I wonder if it is possible to convert the cdb files into some other
standard files for debugging , such as OMF51 or Keil format.
I have a in-circuit emulator, but this not accept cdb format.
Anyone can help me?
From: Scott Dattalo <scott@da...> - 2002-06-05 14:11:35
On Wed, 5 Jun 2002, Francis Rastrilla Agud wrote:
> Then... I've to conclude that it is not possible to use the debug files
> generated by sdcc compiler with an emulator which is not sdcdb...
> If I'm wrong, please, please let me know
For the PIC port of SDCC, it's possible to use gpsim to perform source
level debugging. The PIC port does not use the SDCC tool chain beyond the
compiler. The reason is to maintain compatibility with gpasm and
Microchip's mpasm. gpsim can be found:
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