gdb.info: Sparclet

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Tsqware Sparclet

GDB enables developers to debug tasks running on Sparclet targets from
a Unix host.  GDB uses code that runs on both the Unix host and on the
Sparclet target.  The program `gdb' is installed and executed on the
Unix host.
`remotetimeout ARGS'
     GDB supports the option `remotetimeout'.  This option is set by
     the user, and  ARGS represents the number of seconds GDB waits for
     responses.
   When compiling for debugging, include the options `-g' to get debug
information and `-Ttext' to relocate the program to where you wish to
load it on the target.  You may also want to add the options `-n' or
`-N' in order to reduce the size of the sections.  Example:
     sparclet-aout-gcc prog.c -Ttext 0x12010000 -g -o prog -N
   You can use `objdump' to verify that the addresses are what you
intended:
     sparclet-aout-objdump --headers --syms prog
   Once you have set your Unix execution search path to find GDB, you
are ready to run GDB.  From your Unix host, run `gdb' (or
`sparclet-aout-gdb', depending on your installation).
   GDB comes up showing the prompt:
     (gdbslet)