Forum: ARM programming with GCC/GNU tools Eclipse Debug: Why looking for compile errors?

Author: NilSwed (Guest)
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I am (since 1 month! in my free time) trying to debug my hardware
(AT91SAM7X256 cpu) with ARM-USB-JTAG from Olimex. I can load the bin
file into flash via this hardware. When i try to debug, using Eclipse, i
get the following result:
Using E:/Program/yagarto/bin/arm-elf-gdb.exe
and Eclipse:

Debug perspective, Debug window:
-  Start OpenOCD [Program]
-  C OneMoreTime [Embedded debug (Native)]
  > E:\Program\yagarto\bin\arm-elf-gdb.exe (2007-03-08 11:20)

Debug perspective, Console window:

target remote localhost:3333
0x00200c4c in ?? ()
monitor soft_reset_halt
monitor arm7_9 force_hw_bkpts enable
symbol-file F:/ARMdev/workspace/OneMoreTime/main.out
thbreak main
Hardware assisted breakpoint 1 at 0x168: file main.c, line 112.

Progress view shows:
 Launching  (10%)
OneMoreTime...:Searching for compile errors in OneMoreTime

Can someone PLEASE give me an idea where i should start looking for the
Best regards


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