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Re: TI C6x support
- From: Stephen Biggs <xyzzy at hotpop dot com>
- To: GDB list <gdb at sources dot redhat dot com>
- Date: Wed, 10 Sep 2003 10:55:55 +0300
- Subject: Re: TI C6x support
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May I ask why nobody has answered me?
On Sun, 2003-08-31 at 11:21, Stephen Biggs wrote:
> I am adding full support for the TI C6X (mostly C64xx) chip to BFD and
> GDB. I intend to submit a patch as soon as stability of my port and
> company politics allow.
> I am stuck.
> It seems that the COFF version of GDB creates a fake symbol table with a
> filename of "_globals_" and <unknown> language. This is not working for
> me. I compile with Dwarf2 and have all the symbols and the symbols show
> up in a dump as correct for the C file. When I try to "disassemble
> main", I get back the response "main is not a function". This is the
> same response I get when I try "list". Disassembly using the raw
> address of "main" works just fine.
> I am trying to decipher the code that causes these messages but am
> running into a wall. I know that this is something stupid on my part
> and quite simple, but I just can't get it.
> Any help would be appreciated.