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XGDB command line utiliy

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    prasanna

    Hi,

    I just started using the xgdb from the command line. I need help with the following things:

    (1) In xTime composer, it is possible to run a xe file in Debug mode along with logging to a xscope file. How do I do this through xgdb in command line? xgdb –help does not show any xscope argument possibility.

    (2) I’d like to use the tracepoints feature of xgdb to get quick access to variable values. But when I try to use it, the following error comes up

    “Trace can only be run on remote targets”

    (3) I read through the XGDB debugging manual. I understand how to identify the source of an exception i.e. through
    print /u $scp,( $ed, $et).

    But is there another level of depth that I could go, to find what exactly went wrong with this particular resource? Any online manuals that explains this part?

    Thanks,

    Prasanna.

     

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