Michael Fischer wrote:
> Hello John,
>> I can compile link and debug satisfactorily. However, if I place a break
>> point in the startup file crt.s I get an error reported in the console
>> view: 'No source file named crt.s'.
> I know this problem, with the new versions I have used, this is gone.
> - YAGARTO from 01.02.2008
> - YAGARTO IDE 27.12.2007
> Which version do you use?
Thanks Michael for the response.
I'm using the following versions, all from from YAGARTO site:
Yagarto tools: 03.03.2007
Yagarto gnu arm toolchain 01.02.2008
Yagarto ide 27.12.2007.
So it looks like the same version as yourself.
I was wondering how the GDB knows how to locate source files. So,
searching the net I found references to having to explicity tell the GDB
the path to project source files. One such reference describes setting
the path in Window->Preferences->C/C++ -> Debug -> Common source lookup.
Tried this using my project as the path. Made no difference. Ah well,
I'll keep trying.