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Author: Fordp (Guest)
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Martin :

Have you seen this post :-

http://www.sparkfun.com/cgi-bin/phpbb/viewtopic.php?t=3443

Looks good for using in the next WinARM ??

All the best.

Author: Martin Thomas (Guest)
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Fordp wrote:
> Martin :
>
> Have you seen this post :-
>
> http://www.sparkfun.com/cgi-bin/phpbb/viewtopic.php?t=3443
>
> Looks good for using in the next WinARM ??
>
> All the best.

Michael and me exchanged some e-mails in the past weeks and I'm informed
about most of his developments and I know his pages. Anyway, thanks for
the information. The next WinARM-releases may include some of his
modifications for OpenOCD and gdb. His gdb-Version will be available on
the Win-ARM page as "update/add-on" soon.

I hope that Dominic will modify his sources so OpenOCD can be build as
"native Win32"-application without cygwin-dll-dependancy from the
official source/SVN-tree (like i.e. done in avrdude which can be build
for different "unix"-targets and Win32 as "native" application). It
always a little time-consuming and error-prone to patch and test
modified builds. That's the reason why I currently provide the
cywin/ioperm-Version in WinARM which is build from the unmodified
sources although this may raise issues with various cygwin-dlls in the
system search-path

Martin Thomas

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