edit retag flag offensive reopen delete report spam Closed as "the question is answered, right answer was accepted" by mitchellw at 2016-03-08 10:27:06 +0200 Comments 3 answers Sort by » oldest SEGGER J-Link is perfectly capable of doing this, both over USB or TCP/IP. Does Zootopia have an intentional Breaking Bad reference? The problem is with GDB trying to set a breakpoint set on piece of code which does not exist any more. http://deepfrom.com/eclipse-error/eclipse-error-web-xml.html
I am getting the following error: Error in re-setting breakpoint 3: Function "MPO" not defined. What's going on? The missing features, that were added to this plug-in, are: transparent integration of the GDB server, automatically started/stopped for each debug session advanced graphical user interface to configure most GDB client Error accessing memory address 0x8054ff2: Input/output error. http://stackoverflow.com/questions/12770604/eclipse-error-in-re-setting-breakpoint-in-c-project
MCU on Eclipse Everything on Eclipse, Microcontrollers and Software Search Main menu Skip to primary content Home Eclipse PEx Components FreeRTOS USB FatFs I2C SPI CDE Compendium Pictures Q&A Books! gdb 5.x works fine. Ubuntu Ubuntu Insights Planet Ubuntu Activity Page Please read before SSO login Advanced Search Forum The Ubuntu Forum Community Ubuntu Specialised Support Development & Programming Programming Talk [SOLVED] GDB breakpoint problem All Rights Reserved.
Just Run/"Remove all breakpoints" solves the problem. Wouldn't that eliminate the problem? LikeLike Reply ↓ Erich Styger on January 26, 2016 at 10:56 said: not yet😉 LikeLike Reply ↓ What do you think? OpenSDA detected - Flash Version 1.14 Device is KL25Z128M4.
click the second tab, named Debugger, which contains the configuration options required to start the GDB server and the GDB client. Results 1 to 5 of 5 Thread: GDB breakpoint problem Thread Tools Show Printable Version Subscribe to this Thread… Display Linear Mode Switch to Hybrid Mode Switch to Threaded Mode February Note: Due to some bugs in Eclipse, the implementation of his simple button has encountered several problems. Maybe this > behaviour isn't correct, but it may be tricky to do otherwise. > Thanks for this explanation, it made things much clearer for me.
Here is the GDB trace in case that helps. 707,811 2-environment-cd "/home/gulshan/Code/EECS281Workspace/Project 2" 707,811 2^done 707,812 (gdb) 707,812 3-gdb-set breakpoint pending on 707,813 3^done 707,813 (gdb) 707,814 4-gdb-set detach-on-fork on 707,814 news LikeLike Reply ↓ Pingback: Using Kinetis Design Studio V3.0.0 with the Launchad 4.9-2015-q2 Release | MCU on Eclipse Zekemeout on January 26, 2016 at 10:53 said: You are an angel!!!!! I won't go over all the characters, but the space problem is the way programs in *nix handle passed in arguments. If it is, maybe using class::method may help you.
Here again: the solution is to remove the expressions if this happens. Posted 2016-10-08 23:34:34 by Francis Henderson neoFlash Introduction (BLE DK + Production solution) Posted 2016-09-29 11:21:12 by caram5555 Segger Embedded Debugger version 3 and how I got it to compiling Posted To make the display stable on the desired console, disable both buttons. have a peek at these guys Now breakpoints work flawlessly, that is no more "No source file named blabla".
LikeLike Reply ↓ Sam on October 25, 2014 at 23:12 said: Overall I am simply unimpressed with KDS (Ver 1.1.1) and its debugging (PE's Multilink) with a K60 design. That's absolutely ridiculous. J-Link is connected.
To make this possible, enable the Connect to running target option in the Debugger tab: With this option, the J-Link plug-in will no longer reset the target and will no longer download Any suggestions?Peter Logged pbo42 Guest Re: "No source file named " problem while debugging « Reply #2 on: November 22, 2006, 10:47:21 am » Quote from: pbo42 on November 21, 2006, Posts: 9403 Re: "No source file named " problem while debugging « Reply #13 on: January 10, 2007, 12:55:48 pm » Quote from: diazdh on December 09, 2006, 10:47:28 pmRamazan Kartal's I have tried everything and yet it appears with regular consistency.
By default this will start the previously used debug launch configuration; to start a different configuration, use the down arrow button: This will open a new window where you can select the I just want to test it a little more and if all goes well I will create a patch for applying to cvs sources.Ramazan Kartal Logged MortenMacFly Administrator Lives here! Anybody have a clue why this happens? http://deepfrom.com/eclipse-error/eclipse-error.html share|improve this answer answered Oct 7 '12 at 20:55 gsingh2011 4,2401362108 add a comment| up vote 1 down vote It may happen also if you have modified the code during a
Saf.cpp contains "main" and simply calls a function in Safka.cpp which prints "doThis" on the screen. You set the breakpoints for foreign files using the absolute path of filename with forward slashesthen it works. I tried the same thing with the GDB present in the GNU ARM Embedded (lauchpad) 4.8 update 2 gdb and tools, and here it was even more a problem: GDB is At that point, I can mark it as Installed.
Processing Object File Data ... . Due to some complicated technical details, when the debugger tries to reset some cores, execution cannot be halted immediately, and part of the initialisation routine is executed. On debugger(debug) pane, it says:Setting breakpointsDebugger name and version: GNU gdb 6.3No source file named ../Safka/Safka.cpp.Breakpoint 1 ("../Safka/Safka.cpp:11) pending.Build log is as follows:-------------- Build: debug in Safka ---------------mingw32-g++.exe -g -ggdb -fno-default-inline For TCP/IP connected J-Link, instead of the serial number, use the IP address.
Using multiple J-Link probes at once For advanced applications it is sometimes required to start multiple debug sessions, with multiple J-Link probes, on the same computer. Logged Be patient!This bug will be fixed soon... Actually I am able to set breakpoints, but debugger does not stop when it reaches the breakpoint, it simply says "No source file named ../Safka/Safka.cpp.".Details:I have the following directory structure.C:\ZC:\Z\SafC:\Z\SafkaI have We have this same problem for
Adv Reply February 17th, 2010 #4 EricDallal View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message A Carafe of Ubuntu Join Date Dec 2006 Beans 106 Re: GDB breakpoint problem Ok wow. I am unable to pause or step-trough the code. Firmware: J-Link V9 compiled Jul 17 2014 12:01:11 Hardware: V9.00 S/N: 609100567 Feature(s): RDI, FlashBP, FlashDL, JFlash, GDB Checking target voltage... There can be several reasons for this. One might be that you did not associate the debug launcher to a project.
I set a preakpoint in this function in Safka.cpp and start the debug (F8). Eclipse has a similar mechanism, where a blue dot is shown where a breakpoint is set, and if the bp is properly installed, a check mark is added. In our case, especially when the Semihosting/SWV console is also active, the focus will jump between windows, making things impossible to follow. This mode can be identified by the status of the buttons on the right side of the Debugging view.
Posts: 4291 Re: "No source file named " problem while debugging « Reply #11 on: November 28, 2006, 08:46:25 am » Quote from: kaylWould it be possible for C::B team to Ok. Checksum Verification Successful. (Cumulative CRC-16=$D438) CMD>RE Initializing.